Fotis Kapetopoulos


Lord Byron: A man of his time

FOTIS KAPETOPOULOS takes on the Lord Byron myth and points to the ironies of Byron’s mythical status in the Hellenic imagination.


Why Aussie bureacracy rocks!

The discovery that his passport had been misplaced allowed Fotis to discover the pleasures of a dealing with Australia’s bureaucracy.


Ross Wilson: the good rockin’ daddy of cool

Australian rock legend Ross Wilson talks about his five decades in the Australian music industry and his connection to Greeks and Greece.


Sex and war for a laugh

A new production of Aristophane’s Lysistrata at Monash University will demonstrate the relevance of the ancient comedy.


A time for blessing

A play from the 90s by the Melbourne Workers Theatre was the inspiration for Blessed, the latest movie by Ana Kokkinos.


MasterChefs… where are you?

Fotis Kapetopoulos bemoans the emptiness in his life since the first season of Masterchef finished.


Cinema’s prince of darkness

Alkinos Tsilimidos is a filmmaker who has shunned the trappings of commercial success by creating brooding, dark and powerfull film which examine tragic characters premised on r


Baillieu in Greece strengthening cultural bridges

Victorian Opposition Leader Ted Baillieu was in Athens meeting government ministers to discuss the deepening of relations between Victoria and Greece.


Longinidis to fight for world title

Kick boxer George Longinidis takes on Thai Asian World champion on Friday July 24 at Malvern Town Hall for the World WOKA Heavyweight kickboxing title.


Black Parthenon: the lamentation

A major light installation in Federation Square by a Greek Australian conceptual artist is designed to bring the Parthenon Marbles back to Greece.