The British Museum may refuse to return the Parthenon sculptures and marbles to Athens, but the University of Sydney is donating an entire Lego Acropolis to the Acropolis Museum.
Renowned Greek Australian documentary photographer is to present her photographic exhibition Greek Australians: In Their Own Image, featuring select works that capture the depth and diversity of Australia’s Greek presence through moving individual migration stories that resonate.
Lethal Nationalism: Genocide of the Greeks 1913 – 1923 is a historical documentary that for the first time charts Ottoman Empire’s and Turkish Nationalists Genocide of its 3,000-year-old ethnic Greek population, taking only 10 years to destroy over 3 millennia of history.
Sixteen years ago, young George Eid made an oath to his dying Greek grandfather in Beirut: to find the roots of his family who moved from Smyrna to Lebanon in 1922 and reconstruct the history of the Greeks in Lebanon. Fulfilling the promise took a bit of time but George, now a journalist for a large network, has done it. ‘Kalimera from Beirut’ is the first documentary about the Greek community in Lebanon.
Calling all photography lovers – both professional and amateurs! Wiki Loves Monuments is in Greece for the month of October 2020 with numerous prizes and awards to be won.
Isabella Rossellini is set to star in upcoming movie Arrivederci, to be filmed in both Greece and Australia, and is set to feature numerous Greek and Australian actors.
Made with love and guided by faith, the beautiful creations of Pisti are meaningful cultural gifts that are custom-made by inspiring 23 year old Greek-Australian artist Georgia Xirocostas.
The love for Greek cultural heritage and a desire to share it with the whole world led to the creation of Greek brand SOPHIA, now being sold worldwide including at the iconic Louvre and British Museums.
Critics blasted as ‘uneducated for believing that the Egyptian ruler was from an African or Arab descent when she was in fact Macedonian Greek’ in a racial profiling debate following the announcement that Israeli actress Gal Gadot is to play Cleopatra in the upcoming Paramount Pictures movie.
From 23rd October until 8th November, Byzanfest 2020 will be showcasing films that are guided by living a life in Christ and helping audiences to see the world in a more spiritual way, full of love and compassion.
Four Greek cities have been named European Capitals of Culture since the inception of the award in 1985, standing out amongst all other cities in Europe for their rich history and cultural contribution to the world; and winning more awards in total than any other country.