Tzeni Karezi (Greek: Τζένη Καρέζη, January 12, 1932 – July 26, 1992) was a Greek…
Tag: Greek film
Famous actor Bill Murray expresses his love for Greece, warmly referring to his experience living in Athens as his latest movie set in Herodian premieres at the Cannes Film Festival.
Written and performed by Alex Lykos, with original music composed by award-winning George Ellis, Jawbone is a bold, dark comedy about a man on the edge trying to come to terms with his place in the world.
Are human beings so weak that they could be weaponised to do a government’s surveillance for them? ‘Utopia’, the new dystopian flick taking YouTube by storm, imagines that day isn’t as far away as one would think.
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.
Get a taste of The Taverna. Award-winning writer/director, Alkinos Tsilimidos serves up life, love, food and cultural differences in his brand new dark comedy premiering today in cinemas across Australia. Join Kostas for one utterly chaotic evening in his family-run Greek restaurant. Opa! Make a reservation for The Taverna at a cinema near you.
Greek film director, Sotiris Konstantinidis has released a must see short and highly sensational film titled “Timelapse of…