Yorgos Lanthimos, Costa-Gavras Join Campaign to Save Historic Cinemas in Athens
Yorgos Lanthimos and Costa-Gavras are among Greek and international filmmakers that have joined a campaign to save three historic cinemas in Athens that are under threat of closure. The "Ideal" in Panepistimiou Street, "Astor" in the Korai arcade, and "Aello"...
Dua Lipa Reportedly Dating Greek-French Director Romain Gavras
Pop star Dua Lipa is reportedly dating Greek-French film director Romain Gavras, according to British newspapers.
Greek-French Romain Gavras’ Film ‘Athena’ Premiers on Netflix
Greek-French filmmaker Romain Gavras’ latest film Athena has premiered on Netflix with a primordial bang. Critics and fans alike are raving about its opening scene, which sets the tone for Gavras’ daredevil take on race, revenge, rebellion, and redemption. Athena...
Convicted Terrorist Koufodinas on Hunger Strike for 45 Days
Convicted terrorist Dimitris Koufodinas, who has been on hunger strike for 45 days announced on Monday he will stop drinking water too.
Costa-Gavras’ “Adults in the Room” Receives Mixed Reviews After Venice Premiere
Former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis and his wife Danae Stratou walked on the red carpet of the Venice Film Festival on Saturday for the premiere of the film "Adults in the Room" together with director Costa-Gavras and the...
Costa-Gavras Film on the Greek Crisis Premieres at Venice Festival (video)
The eagerly-awaited film by Greek director Costa-Gavras, "Adults in the Room", made its world premiere on Saturday, August 31 at the Venice Film Festival. Adapted from the book of former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis, Adults in the Room allows Costa-Gravras...
Venice Film Festival to Honor Costa-Gavras
It was announced recently that the 76th International Film Festival of Venice will honor the Greek-French director Costa-Gavras with its ''Glory to the Filmmaker Prize'' on August 31. Costa-Gavras will receive this prestigious award for his latest film, titled ''Adults...
Director Costa-Gavras Hits Back at Critics Over Greek Government Grant
Award-winning director Costa-Gavras said on Friday that he is "deeply insulted" by allegations of favoritism in receiving state funds to produce a film based on a book written by Greece’s controversial former Finance Minister Yianis Varoufakis. The Greek director, who...
Director Costa-Gavras Receives Grant To Take Varoufakis Book to Silver Screen
The Greek-French director Costa-Gavras secured recently a public grant from the Greek state of €630,000 to produce a film based on a book written by Greece's controversial former Finance Minister Yianis Varoufakis. Gavras intends to make a film out of...
Costa-Gavras Honored by European Film Academy (video)
Greek director Costa-Gavras received the Lifetime Achievement award at this year’s European Film Awards on Saturday. The legendary filmmaker, who directed classics such as “Missing”, “Z”, “Music Box” and “Betrayed”, was honored by the European Film Academy at the 31st European Film...