This weekend Greece and America celebrated the world coming back to life again during a ceremony that honored the past.
Greek filmmaker Jacqueline Lentzou’s feature debut explores the boundaries of familial love through a woman’s journey caring for her ailing father.
This past week, I sat down with writer, director, and producer Coerte Voorhees, who released his film, The First Line, which is a legal drama set in modern day Athens and tells the story of the Parthenon Marbles as two Greek lawyers, romantically intertwined, sue the British Museum calling for the return of the famous Marbles to Greece.
Hundreds of people were rescued from a capsized boat south of the island of Crete on Friday; many more are missing, some are expected to be dead.
Greek police officers have been sent to Idomeni, the largest informal refugee camp in Greece, to reinforce its evacuation.