British anthropologist John K. Campbell (1923-2009) is recognized as one of the most important figures in Modern Greek ethnography. His research in the early 1950s among the transhumant shepherds of Northwestern Greece, the Sarakatsani, which led to…

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Animasyros 12 is here with animation films from around the world, four competition sections, panoramas and tributes, imaginative collaborations, educational workshops for young and old, exhibitions and parties. In its 12th edition, renowned Anim…

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Athens International Film Festival celebrates a quarter of a century of independent film with its 25th anniversary edition and a rich programme of 115 feature films, 63 short films, 3 competition sections and distinguished guests, among who are Costa…

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British Neohellenist Roderick Beaton spoke to Kathimerini and Tasoula Eptakoili during his recent visit in Greece on the occasion of his honorary proclamation, on September 9, as Commander of the Order of Honour by the President of the Hellenic Repu…

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The annual celebration of Short films, which offer a glimpse of promising features to come by new directors and are proud platforms of successful works as is the case with Vassilis Kekatos who was the first short film director to win both the Short F…

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An international student shares his love of for the city of Thessaloniki with readers from around the world: Kushal S Mehta from Jaisalmer, India, has founded the magazine SIGMag, and dedicated its inaugural issue to Thessaloniki, a place with many a…

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According to Archeology magazine, published by the Archaeological Institute of America, the discovery of a man’s grave filled with more than 2,000 artefacts outside the Palace of Nestor in Pylos, on the southwestern coast of Greece, has changed…

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The drama project The Stones Speak is an initiative taken up for educational, recreational and tourist purposes, presented in museums and archaeological sites in the city of Athens. The words of Ancient Greek philosophers, poets and politicians are t…

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The island of Crete may be mostly known for its unique natural beauty which attracks hords of tourists every summer. Yet, this September a major cultural event will take place in one of its most beautiful cities, Heraklion, which will become the venu…

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Our sister publication GrèceHebdo* reviews the history of radio in Greece on the occasion of a visit to the Museum of Radio established in 2018 in the small city of Amaliada (Peloponnese), guided by its founder, Spyros Beratis.

The birth of ra…

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