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Documentary exploring Greko culture in Calabria makes its Canberra debut

Canberra is about to get a taste of the Greko from Calabria via the Greko of Calabria documentary. The film, shot by Basil Genimahaliotis formerly of London and Adelaide, and …

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Yiayia Mou, a short film about intergenerational trauma a finalist at Multicultural Film Festival

Yiayia Mou (My Grandmother) a short film by Cypriot Australian poet, filmmaker and writer Koraly Dimitriadis has been selected as a finalist in this year’s Multicultural Film Festival. In it, …

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Breaking Bad star Mark Margolis dead at 83

Bob Odenkirk has remembered the “powerful screen presence” of his Better Call Saul co-star Mark Margolis, following his death at the age of 83. Margolis played the wheelchair-bound Hector Salamanca, …

The 2023 Greek Film Festival returns with a stunning lineup of films

The highly anticipated 2023 Greek Film Festival is set to enthrall audiences in Melbourne and Sydney from October 19 to 29. With an enticing lineup of new releases and timeless …

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Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny reviewed

Legacy is destiny I enjoyed this movie a lot – more than I had expected to, and I can recommend it to readers, despite the usual number of cringeworthy moments …

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Call for submissions: 11th Greek Student Film Festival opens doors to young filmmakers

The Greek Student Film Festival is back, providing students with an exciting platform to express their creativity in the Greek language. Presented in Sydney by the Greek Film Festival and …

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Cinema enthusiasts at 40th anniversary of Scarface

“I always tell the truth… even when I lie’… I said to my partner, in a bad Tony Montana impression. She was confused and unimpressed. My pestering and excitement were …

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Tony Nikolakopoulos looking to explore complexities of the Greek-Australian in new play ‘Life of Byron’

Tony Nikolakopoulos is hoping to break free from the ‘Wog’ pigeonhole and examine the Greek-Australian experience in his latest play, ‘Life of Byron’. The comedy drama is a piece centred …

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The Greek Film Society presents: Journey to Ikaria… utopia?

For over a decade the Greek Film Society in Sydney have been screening films for those interesting in Greek cinema. The final screening for this season will be the 2021 …

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Alexia Kannas unveils the enigmatic world of surrealist noir films, screening of Meshes of the Afternoon and Mulholland Drive

Cinephiles, especially those of us who love disturbing surrealist film-noir, will be happy with Dr. Alexia Kannas’ screening of two surrealist noir films: Maya Deren and Alexander Hammid’s experimental avant-garde …

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