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Australian Play Brings Forbidden Love to 22nd Greek Film Festival

After seven years of sold out shows across Australia, the hit Australian stage play Alex and Eve is set to make its big screen debut on Opening Night October 14, 2015 at The Delphi Bank 22nd Greek Film Festival. A...

Greece Votes to Preserve Its Audiovisual Heritage

The Greek Parliament has voted on a new legislation that institutionalized the legal obligation to deposit films and the establishment of a National Film Heritage Preservation Organization that will be managed by the Greek Film Archive. Since 1982, the Council of Europe...

Greek Cinema Hits Montpellier

The Mediterranean Film Festival, held in Montpellier, France between October 25 and November 4, will include the screening of several Greek films in the competition sector, as well as several tributes to Greek cinema. The Greek films presented at Montpellier include features, shorts, fiction...

Drama Film Festival Awards "Golden Dionysus" to Prosefhi

The 37th International Short Film Festival in Drama came to an end yesterday. Featuring 38 movies in the Greek competition sector and 58 in the international pool, the Drama Film Festival was a week-long gathering point for young film...

The Most Interesting Films in Drama's Short Film Festival

For yet another year, the International Short Film Festival in Drama presented some of Greece's newest and most interesting short films, as well as some significant foreign productions. The support residents of the Greek city of Drama have offered to the festival, has...

LA Greek Film Festival Kicks Off; Watch the Red Carpet Interviews

The 8th Los Angeles Greek Film Festival opened its doors on Wednesday June 4th at the Egyptian theater in Hollywood, CA. Many important Greeks and Greek-Americans of the entertainment industry walked the red carpet among them actors: Billy Zane, Christos...

Greek Films Win Big at South East European Film Festival

The 8th Annual South East European Film Festival (SEEFest) wrapped up at Los Angeles' UCLA Bridges Theater on Monday, May 6, and Greek films were a dominant presence at the awards ceremony. The festival took place over five days and...

Out of the Past: Greeks Fight Crisis With Laughter

Is laughter the best medicine? From the outside looking in, a crisis affecting the economic, political and social structures of a country seems like nothing to laugh laugh about. Despair and unemployment, depression and fear of a bleak future, loss...

75 Greek Films To Be Screened During The 14th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival

The Greek crisis and its many facets are at the forefront of this year’s versatile local documentary production: politics, the Greek financial crash, unemployment, demonstrations, immigration, environmental consequences and the relationship of the citizen to the damaged urban landscape...

Greek Movies Enter Berlinale 2012 Competition

The 62nd Berlin International Film Festival opened on Thursday, February 9, with the world premiere of the French production “Les adieux a la Reine” (Farewell my Queen) by director Benoït Jacquot, starring Diane Kruger. The first big-scale film festival of...