Loyal to making cinema in his strong signature style, Greek director Costas Zapas will shortly be returning to the cinemas with a new film called "Φrankenstein (Love Me Back to Life)" it was announced on Thursday.
The life and work of acclaimed Greek poet Titos Patrikios, 90, will be highlighted at a special event in London. Patrikios, who turns 91 in May, will attend the event in person.
Following its success on Syntagma Square and Nea Philadelphia district, a two-day event full of interaction, discussion and acquaintance with the work and theory of Karl Marx is offered in the park of Antonis Tritsis, Athens on March 2-3.
"Phaedra", a play directed by Avra Sidiropoulou of Persona Theatre Company, had its London premier at the Tristan Bates Theatre on Monday.
"Germany has to pay and launch direct negotiations with Greece to resolve the issue of the great disasters caused by Nazi Germany during the Occupation."
National Theatre of China (NTC) will host in Beijing between February 20 and March 2, the Aeschylus' tragedy "Agamemnon", produced cooperatively with the National Theatre of Greece (NTG).
Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos was the biggest victor of the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA).
One of the best representatives of modern street artistry, Banksy, arrives at Greece in late February.
Michael Cacoyannis Foundation will host a Japanese film festival dedicated to the work of pioneer Japanese director Yasuzo Masumura (1924-1986), as part of the celebrations for the 120th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Greece…
Italian director Ferdinando Cito Filomarino has chosen the city of Trikala as the main venue to be used for shooting his new Hollywood film entitled Born to Be Murdered.