A comedy which was co-produced by George Themelis, a Greek photographer from Los Angeles, shows that if your movie won't do it well in...
Greek author Alexis Stamatis who traveled in America, and then he describes his experience and his fascination with the country in his new novel, American Fugue, is touring the US to promote his book. The next stop is Loyola Marymount University this Sunday at 4 pm.
The Zurich Film Festival, will honor Costa-Gavras with its Golden Eye award for lifetime achievement. The award presentation will also offer a retrospective of Costa-Gavras’ works.
The islands, in particular, are a force to be reckoned with in terms of Greek settings represented in Hollywood films. But which island does Hollywood love the most? Follow down the list as GHR recaps the Hollywood films that take place in the Greek Islands.... This, is Island Idol.
Phedon Papamichael is the director of photography for "W", the new movie that directs Oliver Stone. The film is described as "a chronicle on the life and presidency of George W. Bush" played by actor Josh Brolin.
"My life in Ruins" and "I Hate Valentine's Day" will keep the actress-writer and (soon) director, Nia Vardalos, busy this summer as she is preparing for her come back.
A girl of Greek descent, Elaine Mello, is starring as Gina "The Gun" Rosenstones in a new movie called "Cornhole the movie". Don't get excited it isn't about sex!
Whirrrr is a new movie currently in production which Papamichael will direct. The script is also written by him and his close friend, Sven Dagones.