Yorgos Séferis: why Cyprus was so important for the Greek Literature Nobel Prize

Yorgos Seferis Born in Izmir (Turkey) in 1900, Yorgos Seferis He was a poet, essayist, translator and diplomat who in 1963 became the first Greek writer to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature. He began to write his poems and verses from the age of 14 and in his adulthood he joined the Greek diplomatic … Read more

A new Greek film festival hits theaters in Vancouver

By inaugurating this festival, the organizers want to highlight the contribution of directors of Greek origin to film culture, while celebrating the rich history of Greek cinema and the talent of its new artisans. We want to discover the diversity of Greek cinema and make known the new voices of the field, including those of … Read more

Emma Stone in a silent and dark new film from Greek director Lanthimos

Published on : 05/06/2022 – 11:38 Athens (AFP) – American actress Emma Stone and Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos team up again for a silent and dark short film, shot in black and white on a windswept Greek island. Addressing death and necrophilia and inspired by the rugged landscapes of the island of Tinos, “Bêlement” (“Bleat”) … Read more