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

Yorgos Archimandritis: “Théo Angelopoulos is a universal author”

Palme d’Or of the Cannes Film Festival with Eternity and a day, in 1998, Théo Angelopoulos is one of the most important Greek filmmakers. His works are deeply imprinted with the history of his country, which he went through from 1935 to 2012. He accidentally died in the midst of the “Greek crisis”, struck down … Read more