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The story of two Greek Australian brothers wins at Melbourne Queer Fest

Kim Farrant’s Bombshell won the City of Melbourne Emerging Filmmaker for Best Australian Short Queer Film at the Melbourne Queer Film Festival. “I made this...

Famagusta’s "Sad Story" Presented in New York

Last month, members of the Greek Cypriot and Greek American community of all generations and ages, including an impressive number of people from the...

“The List of Silence” …in Greece

Shocking testimonies of people who lived through the horror of torture, executions and death squads. Stories from prisons, torments and torturers throwing out of...

Greek Student Film Festival in Victoria

A new institution for Greek students in Victoria is being born. It is the student film festival, bringing together classes or groups of students,...

Louie Psihoyos: His Path to the Oscar Wasn’t Glamorous

Louie Psihoyos may had to hide while he was filming "The Cove" in Japan, but now the Greek-American director is in the spotlight as his documentary won the Oscar. He talks exclusively about his Greek heritage and the life-threatening dangers he faced filming his documentary in Japan.

Greeks at the Oscars

Tina Fey presents, Sid Ganis organizes, and Louie Psihoyos and Alexander Desplat are nominated for the 82nd Academy Awards.  Celebrities of Greek descent, such...

Festival Hellenika returns to Adelaide

Adelaide is gearing up for a two-month program of Hellenic arts and cultural events as the annual FESTIVAL HELLENIKA returns in 2010. The 2010 program...

A Special Program Dedicated to the City of Famagusta Cyprus

On Friday, February 19, 2010 at 8pm at the Stathakion Cultural Center, 22-51 29th Street, Astoria, NY 11105, CYPRECO of America, Inc., kicks off...