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San Francisco Greek Film Festival: North California welcomes Greek Cinema

Posted on GreekTV on April 29, 2015 It is this time of the year, the last month of spring, when North California Greeks and San Francisco locals are eager to gather in the Delancey to catch –up with the latest Greek film productions and discover new talents, who are either Greek or are of Greek…

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34 Greek Films Over 8 Days to Screen at San Francisco Greek Film Festival

From the Pappas Post By Gregory Pappas on April 27, 2015 Plans are well underway and films have been selected that will be screened during the 12th annual San Francisco Greek Film Festival to he held May 9th and May 11th through May 17th. What began as a group of cinephiles interested in Greek film…

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Twelfth Annual Greek Film Festival – San Francisco U.S.A

The San Francisco Greek Film Festival is sponsored by the Modern Greek Studies Foundation and all proceeds benefit the educational initiatives of the Center for Modern Greek Studies and the Nikos Kazantzakis Chair at San Francisco State University. The aim of the Festival is to promote Greek and Cypriot culture through a variety of films,…

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11th Annual San Francisco Greek Film Festival Concludes

On Saturday, May 10th, the curtain fell ending the 11th Annual San Francisco Greek Film Festival! Congratulations to writer/director Maria Douza and her feature film A Place Called Home (alternative title “The Tree and The Swing”) for winning the award for the BEST FEATURE FILM! This is the first feature film Maria Douza has written…

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Best Feature Film Award – 11th San Francisco Greek Film Festival

Congratulations to writer/director Maria Douza for her movie A Place Called Home! The 105 minute drama is about Eleni, a successful professional woman of Greek origin lives and works in London. The feature movie was shown at our festival on Saturday, May 3rd. We wish continued success in Maria’s career! — The team the San Francisco…

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Best Short Film Award – 11th San Francisco Greek Film Festival

Congratulations to writer Tracy Sunderland and director Sonia Liza Kenterman for their movie Nicoleta! The 19 minute drama takes place in Epirus, Greece, 1951. In the mountains of Greece still full of the hatreds of the civil war, a boy, as the head of his family, is responsible for the destiny of his baby sister….

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AltCine Announces Greek Film Festival Opening

The Eleventh Annual San Francisco Greek Film Festival will be held Saturday, May 3rd till Saturday, May 10th, 2014, at the Delancey Street Screening Room in San Francisco, showcasing contemporary Greek feature films and shorts, all with English subtitles, from established and up-an-coming directors from Greece or of Greek decent. Awards will be given in…

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The 11th San Francisco Greek Film Festival Opens

The 11th San Francisco Greek Film Festival opened with the 2013 movie A Place Called Home (alternative title “The Tree and The Swing”). Written and directed by Maria Douza, the movie made its West Coast debut on Saturday, May 3rd at the packed Delancey Screening Room in San Francisco, California. The sold-out event was a…

Eleventh Annual San Francisco Greek Film Festival

www.grfilm.com May 3-10, 2014 Delancey Street Screening Room, 600 Embarcadero Street, San Francisco The Eleventh Annual San Francisco Greek Film Festival will open on Saturday, May 3rd and will run through Saturday, May 10th, 2014, at the Delancey Street Screening Room, 600 Embarcadero Street, in San Francisco. The SFGFF will showcase contemporary Greek feature films…

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2013 San Francisco Greek Film Festival

From alticine.com – The 10th edition of the San Francisco Greek Film Festival 2013, the oldest of the Greek Festivals in USA, took place from May 13th to May 19th. The festival screened Feature length films and shorts, several of which have earned numerous distinguished awards. The festival gives two awards that are decided by the…


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