Sid Ganis Re-Elected President of Academy

Sid Ganis was re-elected president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Tuesday night (8/12) by the organization’s Board of Governors.

“Swing Vote” & 1821 Productions

The movie which deals with the importance of a single vote in a US election is produced by 1821 Pictures, a company owned by Terry Dougas and Paris Kasidokostas.

HGTV Goes Greek

This summer marked the debut of HGTV’s newest design show, Rate My Space. Premiering mid-June, Rate My Space takes someone’s room, which was chosen via their room pictures on HGTV’s website, and completely transforms it with the designs by Greek Angelo Surmelis

“Drived” & Maratos at the ITV festival

The Independent Television Festival will showcase "Drived", the new independent show of Greek American actor and producer Terry Maratos.

Greek Bachelorette finds love on reality show

DeAnna Pappas, who was heartbroken by the last "Bachelor", is given the chance to turn the tables around in the latest season of the "Bachelorette", and finds love with an unlikely suitor.

Getty Presents “Agamemnon” this September at the Getty Villa

LOS ANGELES—Tickets have gone on sale for this September's upcoming production of Agamemnon in the Getty Villa's outdoor Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman Theater. Acclaimed director Stephen Wadsworth resurrects Aeschylus' unsettling domestic drama of The House of Atreus.

The Cop and the Superhero

By Jim Ballas Returning to the FX Network for its seventh and final season this September is The Shield, an hour-long police-drama. The Shield is...

Fearless political commentator Arianna Huffington

The author of 12 books, a syndicated columnist, and the creator of The Huffington Post political blog stands up for what she believes in. + In her new book she says it clearly "Right is Wrong".

George Mitas: Another succesfull Greek filmaker & his new movie

During the successful showcasing of the independent film“ Searching for Bobby D” among the predominantly Italian cast and crew was the “ behind the scenes” key cameraman George Mitas. The film, which featured some of the top names in the business, made a good run and left its mark in the independent film world.

PoPsie: The Legend of Broadway

William "PoPsie" Randolph was Broadway's most famous jazz and rock photographer from 1945 to 1975. He photographed everyone from Benny Goodman and Billie Holiday to Elvis Presley, the Beatles, Jimi Hendrix and the Rolling Stones.