Too much info clouding over my head”, by Vassilis Christofilakis, is a mumblecore, feel good comedy about an overanxious young director searching for success, whose life is further complicated when he is forced to raise money for a movi…

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The Centre for Greek Language (CGL) has announced the dates and registration periods for the upcoming exams for the Certificates of Attainment in Greek. Candidates can register from February 1st until May 18, and the exams take place on May 15-17 (de…

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The Municipal Art Gallery of Athens is one of the most important museums of modern and contemporary Greek art, featuring more than 3.000 works in its permanent collection. It was founded in 1914 and has changed venues several times. It is now housed…

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In Greece undeclared work has been a significant feature of the economy that was estimated in around 25% in 2015. Addressing undeclared work and other labour law violations is a complex and difficult challenge, especially in the current difficul…

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Europe needs to change if it wants to be able to offer a promising future to its citizens, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Wednesday during a joint press conference at the end of the 4th Mediterranean EU member-states summit in Rome.

The summit…

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In an interview with Avgi Sunday newspaper (8.1.2018), Alternate Minister for Research and Innovation Costas Fotakis stressed that while Greece possesses excellent scientific human potential whose performance has international reach, its i…

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A recent draft bill on Sharia law aims to limit its application in Western Thrace, home of a Muslim minority in Greece. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has recently stressed that the bill will address "shortcomings and inequalities affec…

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Simos Korexenidis' documentary “Teriade” is referring to the life and work, of the Lesvos island born Stratis Eleftheriadis - Teriade (1897 - 1983),  Art critic and Art book publisher, who topped the artistic life of F…

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Some have been around for a few years, some for a quarter of a century or more, presenting Greek cinema abroad, bringing Greek communities together, serving as bridges between cultures and people, Greek films and foreign distributors. Take a quick lo…

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President of the Greek Parliament Nikos Voutsis, in his article for Avghi newspaper (31.12.17) posits that for 2018, it is imperative to develop progressive alliances, within Greece as well as internationally.

At an international relations level, Vo…

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