Making movies in Greece these days is an odyssey, laments helmer Olga Malea, who was left holding the bag in June when the government pulled the plug on bloated pubcaster ERT.
In a Solomon-like ruling, Greece's Council of State ordered that pubcaster ERT resume regular terrestrial transmissions immediately, while undergoing draconian restructuring. The court also said the…
Greek state TV and radio were gradually pulled off the air late Tuesday, hours after the government said it would temporarily close all state-run broadcasts and lay off about 2,500 workers as part of…
Several of this year's summer blockbusters have strong ties — either direct origins or strong inspirations — to some classic vfx titles that have become touchstones for this generation's vfx…
Director-writer Elia Kazan will be honored at the 7th annual Los Angeles Greek Film Festival with the screening of his 1963 Oscar-winning drama "America America." The film, which is loosely based on…
Greek companies at this year's American Film Market were on the hunt for one thing: mercy.
Greek television screens went blank for two hours Tuesday as media professionals protested the sacking of two chat-show presenters who mildly criticized a government minister.
The issue that was front and center at the recent Thessaloniki docu fest, was, naturally, the ongoing economic crisis that has battered Greece, but the perspectives shown in the current crop of more…
Linked by their joint subscription program the Premiere Marquee Club, Nederlander's Greek Theater and Live Nation's Gibson Amphitheater announced their summer/fall concert series with a mix of legacy…
Greek cinema continues its burst of creativity, despite turmoil caused by the country's financial crisis, as attested by its strong presence on the Lido.
"Hillary: A Modern Greek Tragedy with a Somewhat Happy Ending" is that all-too-rare political play that merrily ignores all the expectations and opinions around it.