Producer, comedian, actor, voice-over artist, and creator Greg Kritikos speaks to Greek City Times: “My Experiences Have Made Me Who I Am and What I’m About.”
In the sights of the Turkish pro-government newspaper Hurriyet is the film “Smyrna, My Beloved”,…
Zozo Sapountzaki was born in Salonica, Greece and studied drama and music at the Musical Theatre School. Her celebrated legs were always the focal point in most of her movies. At 89 years of age, Zozo is still going strong even today, making appearances in talk shows and music halls in Athens.
Famed for her beauty and fashion sense, a little known fact about the captivating Empress Sisi of Austria was her special relationship with Greece and its people – a subject that provides the central theme for a new book: ‘Under the Spell of a Myth: Empress Sisi in Greece’. Greek City Times speaks to the book’s author Stefan Haderer to learn more.
‘Magna Graecia: The Greko of Calabria’ looks at the Greko communities of Calabria in the southernmost part of the Italian peninsula, a group of people who have maintained their millennia-old links to their ancient and medieval Hellenic past through their language and culture.
Iliana Papageorgiou continues her summer vacation and recharges her batteries in anticipation for September, when…
Speaking on the latest episode of the Ouzo Talk Podcast, Sydney University’s Sir Nicholas Laurantos Chair in Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, Professor Vrasidas Karalis, explains how Quinn ‘created’ the character of Zorba for the 1964 Michael Cacoyannis film, Zorba the Greek.