Elli Loizou, who featured in several Greek films and TV series, passed away after two…
Tag: Greek cinema
Described as “My Big Fat Greek Wedding Meets Bring it On and Hairspray” by ex footy star Jason Stevens, who wrote, produced and directed the movie; ‘Finally Me’ is set to be the biggest Greek themed movie to hit the screens since My Big Fat Greek Wedding. We get the low down from Jason Stevens himself in this exclusive interview.
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.
Greek City Times spoke to global Greek language school Greek Lessons Online about the important role that Greek cinema plays as a great ambassador of Greek culture and language and here’s what they had to say.
If we accept that God is faith and science is knowledge, is there a point where these two converge? National Hellenic Research Foundation’s Greek documentary ‘Science and Orthodoxy Around the World’ is now showing and has been nominated for Best Film, Best Director and Best Editing at the Byzanfest Film Festival 2020.
Created by Greek-Egyptian Doddi El-gabry and Cypriots Vasilia Kouppanou and Adrian Coutsoftides, Cinebur is an app like Airbnb that is designed to helps moviegoers find film screenings at unique locations from boutiques and hotels, to wineries, schools and art studios. We talk to Cinebur’s Director who leaves a special message for Greece & Cyprus..