Modern Greek in Australian Schools Curriculum

A Federal Member for Calwell, Maria Vamvakinou and for Hindmarsh, Steve Georganas welcomed the decision of the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority’s (ACARA)...

Critic, Professor, Kostas Kastanas, Dies

Kostas Kastanas, a well-known professor, literary critic and researcher of Greek-Australian Literature, has passed away at 81 years old. Born in Brisbane in 1931, Kastanas...

To the Farthest Place on Earth

Vasilis Vasilas' latest book, To the Farthest Place on Earth, is about Greeks living on the other side of the world. The author presents...

Papardelas’ Peripatetic Picture Show

Stylianos Papardelas, former student of Information Systems at the University of Crete, started as an amateur photographer in 2006 with his first DSLR camera....

Greek Films Shine in Australian Festival

Despite the financial crisis, Greek film industry has produced great films, with Alps, by Giorgos Lanthimos, an inventive, deadpan story about loss and grief,...

The Mediterranean Comes to Leichhardt

Cyprus one day and Larissa the next; it’s all happening in Leichhardt this coming weekend as Palace Cinemas Norton Street travels to the Mediterranean....

Karalis Looks at Greek Movies for Sydney Festival

Vrasidas Karalis' A History of Greek Cinema, the first full-length book on the topic written in English by an Australian academic, combines historical analysis...

Opa! Get Ready for Xstrata Greek Fest

Xstrata Greek Fest is coming on Oct. 13-14 to Riverway Park, in Kirwan, Townsville and offers visitors the chance to embrace Greek and Australian...