Zurich Film Festival Honors Writer-Director Costa Gavras

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.

A Greek play is coming to town

The Hellenic Group Theater announces the production of "Babades Me Roumi" or "Baba-Rum" which will be presented at the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble March 15th through March 30th 2008.

Elia Kazan Was Born 100 Years Ago

One of the most well known Greek-American directors, Elia Kazan, was born on September 7th 100 years ago on this day. He was a...

Stanford’s Chrissochoidis Uncovers Skouras’ Life

Stanford University alumnus and Continuing Studies lecturer Ilias Chrissochoidis has spent the last few years in the Cecil H. Green Library of the eminent...

20 Years Without John Cassavetes

John Cassavetes died exactly twenty years ago on February 3rd, 1989. Cassavetes was a Greek American director and actor who is credited with inspiring...

Angelina Jolie Goes Greek as Cleopatra but Some Don’t Like It

Hollywood has failed tremendously in representing minorities in prominent roles through out the history of cinema. This may be why people of African descent...

Game of Thrones Reignites the Greek Tale of Iphigeneia

Like the myths that confounded the Greeks, the latest twist in Game of Thrones has challenged its audience.

Greek Documentary ‘Ludlow’ Wins Special Jury Award in Festival (video)

The Greek documentary "Ludlow, Greek Americans in the Coal War" won the Special Jury Award in the "Workers Unite! Film Festival 2017," which was...

Greeks and the Oscars

The Academy Awards often had Greek color. Greeks and people of Greek origin have always represented the Greek spirit in cinema's biggest celebration. This...

“The Greek American Image in American Cinema”

How do American films depict Greek Americans? Professor Dan Georgakas in an exclusive interview describes how Hollywood has seen Greek-Americans throughout the years.