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World Premiere of “I Hate Valentine’s Day”

The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival announces the World Premiere of I HATE VALENTINE’S DAY which marks Nia Vardalos’ directorial debut on Saturday, June...

Greece on the International Film Stage

The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival will present Beyond Borders: Greece on the International Film Stage, a special panel discussion sponsored by Greece's Ministry...

LAGFF to Honor Penelope Spheeris

The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival will honor director Penelope Spheeris who will be in attendance on Friday, June 26 at the Egyptian...

2009 Los Angeles Greek Film Festival Full Program

The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival announces Christos Georgiou's SMALL CRIME as the festival's Opening Night Gala presentation and Alexis Kardaras' GUINNESS, starring Antonis...

Gena Rowlands and friends pay tribute to John Cassavetes

Director Peter Bogdanovich leads a discussion at the Los Angeles Greek Film Festival in Hollywood to honor the collaboration between director/actor John Cassavetes and actress Gena Rowlands

Stars come out for the Opening Night of the Los Angeles Greek Film Festival

Greek celebrities of film, TV and music appear at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood for a screening of a newly restored print of "Zorba the Greek".

LAGFF: Orpheus Award Presenters and Recipients Announced

Debbie Matenopoulos will host the Orpheus Awards ceremony. Presenters and recipients include Nick Cassavetes, Gena Rowlands, Phedon Papapmichael (Sr), John Aniston, Peter Bogdanovich & Sakis Rouvas, among others.

Los Angeles Greek Film Festival

The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF) kicks off June 25th at the Egyptian Theater with the screening of a newly restored print of "Zorba" and will end June 29th with the screening of "Little Greek Godfather," based on an autobiographical short story by Nicholas Papandreou.

2008 LA Greek Film Festival

After the tragic and extensive disasters that Greece suffered this past summer, the Los Angeles Greek Film Festival 2008 organizers decided to invite filmmakers to submit their films for a special program titled “Wildfires: Greece, Summer 2007”.