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Calling all filmmakers: the GASFF is back

The Greek Australian Short Film Festival (GASFF) is back and artistic directors, Katerina Kotsonis and Jim Koutsoukos​ are looking for new submissions with a Greek connection. Open to filmmakers around …

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What does multiculturalism mean to your generation?

Australia is a country renowned for its multiculturalism, but in recent years identity, race, faith and immigration politics have been dominating headlines. In this age, the Victorian Multicultural Commission (VMC) …

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Exodus 1826 to have Australian premiere

As part of commemorations by Brisbane’s Greek community for Greece’s National Day of Independence, Exodus 1826: A Road of No Return (2017) will make its Australian premiere. Screening at the …

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The filmmaker giving Greek youth a voice amid the crisis narrative

In the build-up to the release of Freedom Besieged’s official trailer, Panayiotis Yannitsos speaks to Neos Kosmos about his commitment to the Greek people.

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Greek-themed war film an official selection at Toronto International Short Film Fest

Based on the story of a group of Greek prisoners at Auschwitz, Eleftheromania stars Olympia Dukakis.

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The Greek tragedy that befell our Maria Callas

Our Own Maria Callas will screen as part of the 36th Greek Festival of Sydney. Neos Kosmos spoke to Greek director Babis Tsokas about his passion project.

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New sci-fi series produced by Laeta Kalogridis premieres on Netflix

Aside from entertaining audiences, Altered Carbon set 350 years into the future provides an indirect commentary on social matters such as economic inequality.

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Young Greek Australian among Tropfest 2018 finalists

Amelia Pieri, 15, has been selected as a finalist in the world’s largest short film festival for her submission Introspect.

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Hellenic Museum pays homage to Zoe Laskari with Summer Cinema program

The Hellenic Museum has released its program for 2018 featuring favourites from the golden age of Greek cinema.

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Golden Globe Winner recognises Hellenic heritage during acceptance speech

Alexandre Desplat victorious for his mesmerising work on award winning ‘Shape of Water’, talks about the influence of his Greek mother.