Here comes our weekly Culture Agenda:
 
INMUTE Festival
 
For the third year, the InMute Festival proposes yet another series of unique encounters and dialogues between sound and the moving image, in a three-day programme, whose main elemen…

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In an economic analysis released this month, the National Bank of Greece identified the new trends in Greek exports as well as the most “performing” products. The analysis is based on Eurostat and Comtrade data as well as on estimates mad…

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Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) – the world’s largest celebration of innovators and job creators who launch startups that bring ideas to life, drive economic growth and expand human welfare – celebrates its 8th year, with…

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diaNEOsis is a non-profit think-tank founded in 2016 and based in Athens, Greece. The institute publishes academic research, policy recommendations and investigative journalism, "aiming to contribute meaningful arguments and data to the public disco…

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This Monday 29/10, prime minister and leader of SYRIZA Alexis Tsipras addressed a letter to the leaders of the political parties in Parliament, ahead of the government initiative for revising the Constitution.

In his letter, the prime minister…

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The 6th edition of Athens Ethnographic Film Festival kicks off today (25.11) in the Exile Room and runs until Sunday, November 29th. The Festival aims to introduceethnographic films to a wider audience and initiate a discus…

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Five Greek digital game development teams participated in the Nordic Game International Business Conference held in Malmö, Sweden, from 23 May to 25 May, with the support of the General Secretariat for Media and Communication of the Ministry of…

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The Greek government unveiled on Tuesday (24 July 2018, 20:00) a series of immediate measures to help fire victims.
Government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos said that in a meeting chaired by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras there was an assessment of…

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The presence of Jews in Greece traces back to ancient times. These Greek Jews, known as Romaniotes, are considered among the oldest Jewish communities in the world today. In their long history they withstood the rise and fall of many empires and thri…

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The 59th Thessaloniki International Film Festival, the major South Eastern European film festival and annual platform for Greek productions, is setting sail at Thessaloniki port and its other venues, celebrating independent cinema from 1 to 11 Novem…

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