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Hellsoc co-hosts ‘Dogs of Democracy’ film screening, uniting Greek youth with older generations

More than 60 guests made their way to the Cyprus Community Club in Stanmore to attend a screening of Mary Zournazi’s documentary, Dogs of Democracy on Wednesday night. Dr Zournazi, …

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Greek American director’s film on tax evasion exposes why the problem prevails

Greeks living abroad manage to conform to the laws of their chosen countries and thrive in their new environments, however in Greece the law of the jungle prevails. A short …

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‘An Olive Tale’: new series set in Greek and Italian olive groves looking for a home on Australian TV

Imagine being surrounded by a sea of olive groves, chainsaw sounding machinery, dozens of olive pickers and no way out… This is what the crew of a new series would …

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Nicolas Cage heads to Cyprus for filming of ‘Jiu Jitsu’ on 24 June

Academy Award winner Nicolas Cage, 55, is set to arrive on Cyprus on 24 June for the start of the shooting of Jiu Jitsu, his new film. President of the …

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Documentary ‘Mykonos: The Other Side’ to make Foxtel debut

Australian audiences are getting the chance to explore an often unseen side of Mykonos from the comfort of their homes this month. Award-winning documentary ‘Mykonos: The Other Side’ by Greek …

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‘When Tomatoes Met Wagner’ highlights Greece’s agricultural crisis

The Greek documentary, ‘When Tomatoes met Wagner’, comes to Australia after having its world-premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival and winning the FIPRESCI Award for Best Greek Film at …

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‘Pause’, an award-winning Cypriot film about toxic masculinity

After winning multiple awards including the FIPRESCI prize, Greek Cypriot film Pause will be screened at the Sydney Film Festival (SFF) from 8 June. Directed by Greek Cypriot Tonia Mishiali, …

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‘Hill 731’: Free film screening at Hellenic RSL

The Hellenic RSL Melbourne, will screen the historic Greek film ‘Hill 731’ at 1.30pm on 1 June at the group’s club house. The Battle on Hill 731 was a significant …

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Greek Student Film Festival calls young people in Australia to create films inspired by their heritage

Returning for the ninth year, the Greek Student Film Festival offers young Greek Australians the chance to explore their Greek heritage and create a work for the big screen. Primary …

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George Kallis composes ‘Cliffs of Freedom’ soundtrack [VIDEOS]

It is not the first time Greece has taken the centrestage in the Hollywood film industry be it antiquity and mythology or the World War I&II events. A new film, …