The 12th Annual Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF) running June 4-10 at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood revealed its 2018 program selection.
Los Angeles Greek Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Los Angeles Greek Film Festival
WHERE: Los Angeles, Ca
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF) showcases new films from Greece and Cyprus, and includes works by international filmmakers of Greek descent. The Festival’s Orpheus Award is named for the legendary Greek poet and “father of songs” and is the annual prize honoring the best in Greek and Greek inspired cinema. Since the Festival’s inception in 2007, the awards night has become an integral event serving to highlight filmmakers who are changing the way we think about film.
The West coast premiere of Yannis Sakaridis’ award-winning Amerika Square (Plateia Amerikis) will open the 11th Annual Los Angeles Greek Film Festival on Wednesday, June 7.
The 2016 Los Angeles Greek Film Festival, celebrating its tenth anniversary, will run June 1 to 5, 2016 at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, CA.
7th Annual Los Angeles Greek Film Announces 2013 Film Lineup, METEORA to Open and MITSIGAN-HARDSHIPS AND BEAUTIES to Close the Festival
The 7th Annual Los Angeles Greek Film Festival – LAGFF to run June 6-9, at the Writers Guild Theater, Beverly Hills announced its 2013 Program, including Opening Night film, Spiros Stathoulopoulos’ drama, METEORA, which debuted at this year’s Berlin Film Festival and Closing Night film, Kimon Tsakiris’ (SUGARTOWN) documentary, MITSIGAN – HARDSHIPS AND BEAUTIES.
Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF) announced the 2010 line-up of films for its 4th annual Festival, which runs June 10 – 13 at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood. LAGFF is excited to present 7 feature films, 4 documentaries and 5 shorts, including 1 world premiere, 12 US premieres and 3 LA premieres during the 3-day Festival. Opening night of the Festival is the US premiere of director Vardis Marinakis’s BLACK FIELD (Mavro Livadi), starring […]