Culture

A Guide to KINO Athens Int’l Independent Film Fest

A distinctly 'Indie' film extravaganza will take place between March 1 and March 10, featuring the screening of 80 independent films, free admission, as well as English and Greek subtitles - held at the Technopolis, Serafio and the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation venues

New Lighting to Highlight the Temple of Poseidon in Sounion by Ministry of Culture

Crafted entirely from white marble in the 5th century BC, it stands as a tribute to Poseidon, the god of the sea

Two New Moons to be Named After Greek Mythological Sea Nymphs (Nereids)

The tiny celestial bodies, which had been assigned numerical names, were recently confirmed by the International Astronomical Union's (IAU) Minor Planet Center — the organization responsible for naming new solar system objects such as moons, asteroids, and comets.

Greece to Revamp Former Royal Tatoi Estate into Culture and Tourism Hub

Greece is ready to redevelop the former royal estate at Tatoi near Athens into a mixed-use culture and tourism hub.

Greek Netflix Viewers Vote for “One Day”

The series embodies the essence of a classic tragic romance, but it goes beyond mere love story tropes, subtly shedding light on profound societal issues.

Things To Do In Athens This Weekend

Here's a few English-speaking and other activities available for this weekend, including a gypsy jazz concert, a stand-up comedy event with foreign comedians, an art exhibition focusing on Greece's post-war urban life and a B&W photo festival

Latest Cinema Releases: What to See this Week

This week's releases will be particularly appealing to those who enjoy an adrenaline rush from the comfort of their sofa, as they include two action-thrillers and a survival film based on a climate change-themed novel