“Heroes of Bronze: The Memory” Short Film Brings Ancient Greece to Life
Heroes of Bronze: The Memory is the first CGI short film in a planned series showcasing ancient Greece in magnificent detail. The first part of the series, which premiered on January 21, has garnered over 600,000 views on YouTube and...
Antikythera Island: The Peaceful Paradise at the Edge of the Aegean Sea
The isolated Greek island of Antikythera, lying at the edge of the Aegean Sea between Crete and the Peloponnese, is like paradise.
The African Greeks of Avato
Avato is a village in Northern Greece that is home to the Greek descendants of the African slaves that were once brought to the region of Xanthi. Behind the African looks of these Greeks, there is a painful story that goes...
Ropoto: Inside Greece’s Sinking Ghost Town
Ropoto was once a thriving village near Trikala in Greece's Thessaly and home to three hundred families, but a landslide in 2012 turned the village into a ghost town. Today, forgotten by people and authorities, Ropoto’s terrain is still sinking,...
Sister Nectaria: The Only Greek in Kolkata Is Mother to Thousands
A Greek Orthodox nun in Kolkata (formerly Calcutta), India has become a symbol of the eternal fight against poverty, illiteracy, child trafficking, and prostitution in the city. Sister Nectaria Paridisi, by most accounts the only Greek individual left in Kolkata,...
Desert Monks: The Orthodox Brotherhood of Saint Anthony in Arizona
In 1995, six Orthodox monks left Mount Athos in Greece and came to the US to start Saint Anthony Orthodox Monastery in the Arizona desert.
Greeks in Panama: A Small But Thriving Community in Latin America
Greeks are indeed everywhere, even in the tiny Central American nation of Panama where a small Greek community has made great positive impact.
Meet the Only Greek Coffee Grower in Colombia
Greek Coffee grower DImitrios Christopoulos arrived in Colombia a few years ago, without knowing anything about coffee.
The Greeks of Cairo: The Fascinating Bond Between Greece and Egypt
The small, but vibrant, community of Greeks, with roots deep in history, remains in the Egyptian capital of Cairo to this day.
Journalist Reveals Legacy of British Rule, Turkish Invasion on Cyprus
Johnny Harris, an independent American journalist and filmmaker, recently released his first video in a four-part series about the history of Cyprus, including the enduring legacy of British colonialism and the tragic impact of the Turkish invasion of the...
Giorgos Hatziparaskos: The Last Phyllo Master of Greece
Hidden in the quiet backstreets of the old town of Rethymno on the Greek island of Crete, a plethora of long-time gone traditions still keep their magic alive. Inside ancient workshops, artisans, craftsmen, and even lutists still treasure the...
The Greek Actor Who Became a Star in Uganda, Africa
A Greek actor and photographer has been making a name for himself in Africa, where he has become a breakout star.
The Greek Marijuana Expert of Hollywood
Toula Poulopoulos, a Greek-American from Chicago, has become a marijuana expert in West Hollywood, California.
The Greek Priest Building Schools in Africa
Father Antonios Mutyaba is not your usual Greek priest. He is responsible for the education of hundreds of children in Uganda, East Africa.
The Greek Revolution of 1821: A Short Documentary
On March 25 1821, a few brave Greeks started a revolution against the mighty Ottoman Empire that ultimately resulted in the formation of the Greek state. The start of the Greek War of Independence was not the result of a...