“4.1 miles” a student film by Daphne Matziaraki on the refugee crisis has been voted on October 26 as one of the contenders for an Oscar nomination in the field of Documentary Short Subject.

“4.1 Miles” portrays a day in the l…

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I am happy because I can work; for I have no ambition, no hatred; for my heart is uncontaminated. When working spiritually, one never gets ill, never gets old – that is the secret: alas, should one give up one’s work. Five minutes…

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Thessaloniki International Film Festival (TIFF) is one of the oldest and most reputable cinema events in Southeast Europe. On the occasion of TIFF's 57th edition (3-13.11.2016) Festivalists "online playform for independent film cr…

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The Centre for the Greek Language has announced the publication of two new Greek editions for Students of Greek as a foreign Language: Click in Greek and Certificate of Attainment in Greek test papers for C2 level. Consisting of two volumes for B2 le…

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The Journal of Greek Media and Culture is a new interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal that aims to provide a platform for debate and exploration of a wide range of manifestations of media and culture in and about Greece. The journal adopt…

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Greece is a country renowned for its contribution to philosophy, democracy and civilization in general. Currently, though, Greece has been making a different contribution to the world. Migration is a global reality and Greeks are dealing with it in a…

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“GREEK MOMENT GREC” is the title of a pluralistic and collective volume based on the output of GREEK MOMENT the creative project directed by French sculptor Emmanuel Saulnier. The content of the book provides a reflection on the Greek cri…

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Greek folk art lovers now have the chance to get acquainted with the traditional heritage of island of Skyros…in the historical center of Athens! “The Faltaits Museum from Skyros to Athens: A Journey through Time and Space”, an exh…

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It may not be Athens, Paris or Rome, but Eleusis (or Elefsina) is one of ancient Greece's most sacred places and the city to become a European Capital of Culture in 2021, as was announced (November 11) by the selection panel of independent experts re…

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Princeton University has inaugurated the Athens Center for Research and Hellenic Studies, adding a formal home base for Princeton scholars in Greece. Three years in the planning, the center is led by the University's Seeger Center for Helle…

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