A History of Greek-American Radicalism

Greek immigrants were found in America as early as the late 19th century, chasing the American Dream. Many of them managed to make their...

Onassis Foundation Backs N.Y. Greek Film Festival

The affiliated Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation in New York is putting up $25,000 to help support the N.Y. Greek Film Festival as...

Greek-American Filmmaker Screens Documentary at Boston University

"In the ancient Greek myths, when a baby is born, the three fates pay him a visit. They've come to hand him its own...

Olympia Dukakis Undefined

The trailer of the documentary Olympia Dukakis Undefined, directed by Greek-Cypriot Harris Mavromihalis was screened at the Greek Press Office in New York. This...

Boston Welcomes ‘Austerity’; Thought-Provoking Film About The Greek Crisis

The new, perplexing short film "Austerity," inspired by the public, mindful and motivated suicide of retiree Dimitris Christoulas at Syntagma Square in downtown Athens, Greece, on the morning of April...

‘Notias’ Travels to the U.S. for the New York City Greek Film Festival

The Greek film "Notias" by director Tassos Boulmetis travels to the American continent with the first stop in New York City. Boulmetis is the director...

‘Notias’ Opens 10th New York City Greek Film Festival

Director Tasos Boulmetis was the guest of honor at the opening of the 10th New York City Greek Film Festival on Thursday, when his latest...

December 19, 1964: ‘Zorba the Greek’ Premieres in New York

On this day in 1964, a movie that spells "Greece" like no other premiered in New York City. "Zorba the Greek" is the timeless,...

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