Tag: ANCIENT GREECE

Aylon Lyceum opens its gates

Aylon Lyceum is a new cultural space which opens its gates to the public in November; its first exhibition, “Democracy and Eudemonia”, invites visitors to explore Greek philosophical thinking and the ways to live well in a state, through an interactive experience where each exhibit is also a challenge.

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Freud visiting the Acropolis: the father of psychoanalysis’ “disturbance of memory” and his relation to ancient Greek thought

Sigmund Freud was already 48 when he travelled to Athens in 1904. He experienced a feeling of astonishment and disbelief that puzzled him and which he described in a text, titled ‘A Disturbance of Memory on the Acropolis’ is now considered a key point of reference. We examine the relation of Freud and his psychoanalytic theories to Ancient Greek thought and the myths of Narcissus and Oedipus

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🎬 Los Angeles Greek Film Festival Announces 2024 Program With 80+ Films In Competition, June 1-9🎞 The 18th Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF) returns with an expanded hybrid program of more than 80 films in competition from June 1 to June 9 in Los Angeles theaters and from June 9 to June 16 online; including feature films, short films, documentaries, animation works and retrospective programs displaying the breadth and depth of the Greek film industry and Greek filmmakers worldwide. The in-person program is co-presented by the Ελληνικό Κέντρο Κινηματογράφου / Greek Film Centre and the virtual program is co-presented by the Greek National Tourism Organization Visit Greece.Artistic & Festival Director Aristotle Katopodis explained that "showcasing over 80 films in 9 days, including feature films, short films, documentaries, animation, and retrospectives, illustrates our intent to highlight the breadth and depth of the GreekFilm Industry that continues to surprise us with top awards in all major film festivals and innovative international co-productions."ℹ🎫 For more info and tickets www.lagff.org/LAGFF's Red Carpet Opening Night on June 1 features Sofia Exarchou’s multi-awarded ANIMAL, which also received the Golden Alexander, Thessaloniki International Film Festival’s top prize last fall. Read GNA's recent interview with Exarchou about her film: www.greeknewsagenda.gr/sofia-exarchou-on-her-film-animal/ ... See MoreSee Less
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