Σάββατο, 13 Ιουνίου 2015

ONLINE AUCTION EXTENDED TO JUNE 18! LOS ANGELES GREEK FILM FESTIVAL

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GOLDEN ORPHEUS


Sunday, June 7, 10pm people were exiting the Rigler Theater at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood raving about the host of the 9th Orpheus Awards, Panos Mouzourakis, a well-known Greek musician, actor and performer. Mouzourakis "killed" it on stage, dancing to his version of syrtaki and the established theme song of 20th Century Fox. Mouzourakis went on to perform a rollicking song about the Festival's supporters taking the common "thank you" mentions to another level. Both funny and heartfelt, the lyrics were written by Mouzourakis and his longtime business partner, acclaimed screenwriter, Yiorgos Feidas, creator of Greek shows S1ngles and Mana X Ouranou.
The Orpheus Awards show was produced by Dorothea Paschalidou and Aspasia Koumli. The music was written by composer Alexis Cohen, and Fashion Designer Christina Economou's brands were featured.  Kary Antholis and Evan Spiliotopoulos were presented with Honorary Orpheus by Greg Yaitanes and Eftehea Meli respectively.

Πέμπτη, 11 Ιουνίου 2015

LOS ANGELES GREEK FILM FESTIVAL 2015


LAGFF TO FETE HBO’s KARY ANTHOLIS And “HERCULE’S” SCRIBE EVAN SPILIOTOPOULOS FESTIVAL WELCOMES THREE NEW BOARD MEMBERS INCLUDING NICK CASSAVETES TO THEIR ADVISORY BOARD 
Los Angeles Greek Film Festival June 3-7, Egyptian Theatre Hollywood 
(Los Angeles- May 14, 2015) – The Ninth Annual Los Angeles Greek Film Festival 
(LAGFF/ lagff.org) is pleased to announce that Kary Antholis, president, HBO Miniseries and Cinemax Programming, for Home Box Office and “Hercules” scribe Evan Spiliotopoulos are this year’s recipients of the Festival’s top honor – the prestigious Honorary Orpheus Award. Red carpet Closing Night Gala at the Egyptian Theatre, Hollywood following the screening of Panos Koutras’ XENIA. 

“LAGFF could not be more proud of this year’s Honorary Orpheus Award Winners. We selected Kary Antholis to receive this year’s Award for his contributions not only as an executive and filmmaker bringing high quality programming to the world but also for his generosity in mentoring us and upcoming filmmakers”, says Co-Founder Ersi Danou. “As a writer, Evan Spiliotopoulos has established a very successful career in Hollywood and abroad. His ability to write for several genres shows an uncanny dexterity and talent. We are honoring him for his current successes and also for an even brighter future ahead. ” Ms. Danou added. LAGFF is also pleased to add three new members to its already impressive roster of Industry Advisors. 
The 2015 additions to the LAGFF Advisory Board are Writer/Director/Actor Nick Cassavetes, Starz Executive Vice President of Worldwide Distribution Gene George, and Fullscreen Chief Executive Officer and Founder George Strompolos. 
Named for the mythical Greek poet, the Orpheus Award is the Los Angeles Greek Film Festival’s annual prize intended to honor the best in Greek and Greek-inspired cinema. Since the Festival’s inception in 2006 the awards night has become an integral event serving to highlight the art and artists who are changing the way we think about film. 
The award itself was designed and sculpted by Greek artist Miltos Papastergiou. Papastergiou, who studied under Yannis Pappas, attended the Ecole des Beaux Arts de Paris and has regularly presented his work in both Athens and Larissa. 
Past Orpheus Award winners have included many prestigious industry professionals including: Anthony Katagas (Producer), Steve Nicolaides(Producer) , Phedon Papamichael (Cinematographer), Olympia Dukakis (Actress). 

2015 ORPHEUS AWARD HONOREES 
KARY ANTHOLIS 
President, HBO Miniseries and Cinemax Programming 
Kary Antholis is president, HBO Miniseries and Cinemax Programming, for Home Box Office, responsible for overseeing the development and production of HBO miniseries and Cinemax original programming. He was named to the Miniseries position in October 2008 and added the Cinemax Programming responsibilities in 2011. 
Most recently Antholis was program executive on the four-part miniseries Olive Kitteridge, adapted from the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Elizabeth Strout; as well as the Cinemax original series The Knick, from director Steven Soderbergh and starring Clive Owen. He also oversaw the Golden Globe® and multiple Emmy®-winning miniseries Mildred Pierce, starring Kate Winslet; the multiple Emmy®-winning miniseries John Adams and Generation Kill; the epic 10-part event The Pacific; and Strike Back, now entering its fourth season, and Banshee from executive producer Alan Ball, now entering its third season, both for Cinemax. 
Antholis first joined HBO in 1992 as director, Documentary Programming, where he oversaw the development and production of HBO documentaries and acted as program executive on award-winning documentaries such as Educating Peter, The Broadcast Tapes of Dr. Peter and Gang War: Bangin’ in Little Rock. 
He left HBO in 1994 to produce and direct the documentary One Survivor Remembers, which debuted on HBO and won an Oscar® and a Primetime Emmy® in 1995. In 2012, One Survivor Remembers was one of 25 titles added by the Librarian of Congress to the National Film Registry, an honor given to “culturally, historically or aesthetically” significant American films. He also created and was executive producer of The Cape, a one-hour drama syndicated during the 1996-97 television season. 
Antholis rejoined HBO in April 1997 as a consultant on the Emmy®-winning miniseries From the Earth to the Moon. He was promoted to vice president, Original Programming, Drama Events, in 1998, responsible for overseeing the development and production of drama programming for HBO, and worked as a program executive on the miniseries The Corner during that time. In 1999, Antholis was made vice president, HBO Films, supervising such projects as 

EVAN SPILIOTOPOULOS 
Born in Greece, Evan Spiliotopoulos moved to the United States after high school. Shortly after graduating American University in Washington DC, Evan began pursuing his career as a writer. While employed at Disney, Evan wrote numerous animated films including: Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure, The Little Mermaid III, Pooh’s Heffalump Movie and The Three Musketeers which earned him a DVDX nomination for Best Screenplay. Outside of Disney, Evan also wrote The Nutty Professor for the Weinstein Company, starring Jerry Lewis and the Ottawa International Film Festival Grand Prize winner Battle for Terra. 
After his stint in the animated world, Evan made the transition into live-action. Among projects for Fox, Paramount and Sony, Evan wrote the Snow White and the Huntsman draft that got the project green lit and attached star Chris Hemsworth. Subsequently, Evan wrote Hercules for MGM, directed by Brett Ratner and starring Dwayne Johnson as well as Universal’s The Huntsman, currently filming in the UK and starring Hemsworth, Charlize Theron, Emily Blunt and Jessica Chastain. 
Evan’s future projects include Beauty and the Beast for Disney, starring Emma Watson and directed by Bill Condon; Young Sherlock Holmes for Paramount produced by Steven Spielberg and Chris Columbus; Seven Wonders for Fox, produced by Brett Ratner and Beau Flynn; and The Dishonourables for Sony, produced by Joe Roth and Palak Patel. 
ABOUT LAGFF The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival showcases new films from Greek filmmakers worldwide. Our foremost goal is to promote Greek cinema and cultural exchange while bridging the gap between Greek filmmakers and Hollywood. Orpheus Awards are given to the most outstanding new films in the dramatic, documentary and short film categories. 

THE ORPHEUS AWARDS - LAGFF SPONSORS 
The 2015 Los Angeles Greek Film Festival is grateful for the support of numerous key sponsors. 
LAGFF is proud to receive the support of Greek National Tourism Organization. Visitgreece.gr is the official tourism web site for Greece, run by the Greek National Tourism Organization, where you’ll find information on the main tourist destinations, such as cities, beaches, as well as activities, events and much more! 
(Link: http://www.visitgreece.gr/) 
Grants are received from the Elios Charitable Foundation and ELMA 
Platinum Patron Hostess Brands and the Metropoulos Family 
We are very proud to once again welcome Hostess Brands and the Metropoulos Family Platinum Patrons of Los Angeles Greek Film Festival 2015. 
Today, Hostess Brands, LLC, continues to delight snack fans everywhere with a variety of new and classic treats like Ding Dongs®, Ho Hos®, Donettes® and Fruit Pies. They make the original creme-filled cakes that so many consider an irreplaceable part of American life. 

Silver Patrons 
Earth Friendly Products is the leader in the development and production of environmentally friendly cleaning supplies for household and commercial use, with over 150 products manufactured, distributed, and sold in the USA, Canada, Europe, South America, and Asia. All Earth Friendly Products are created with only replenish able and sustainable plant based ingredients that are safe for people, pets, and the planet. The Company proudly adheres to its strict “Freedom Code”, avoiding a list of harmful and toxic ingredients that are not found in any its products. 
Earth Friendly Products has proudly received the 2010 GEELA Award for Sustainable Business Practices, 2009 Green PatriotTM Green 100TM Designation and the Champion level recognition from the US EPA, through the Design for the Environment (DfE) Program’s Safer Detergents Stewardship Initiative. The company’s solar division, Progressive Power Group, is just another example of how Earth Friendly Products is a sustainable business leader. 

The G.P. Kolovos & Associates 
With a history of success in the real estate world and philanthropy, the Kolovos Family have been with LAGFF since its inception, and have been instrumental in its growth. 
Bronze Patrons: Aris Anagnos, Cinemax, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, West Coast Investors and Puritan Bakery. 
Media Sponsors include: KPFK Radio, Greek Reporter, The Immigrant Magazine,The Tolucan Times
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2015 LAGFF LOS ANGELES GREEK FILM FESTIVAL 2015 WINNERS

“STRATOS” – BEST FEATURE FILM ORPHEUS AWARD


“AGORA” – BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM ORPHEUS AWARD

“CITIZEN DAY” – BEST SHORT FILM ORPHEUS AWARD


“PORTRAIT” – HONORABLE MENTION, SHORT FILM


“A FAMILY AFFAIR” – AUDIENCE AWARD


“BENEATH THE OLIVE TREE” – THE VAN VLAHAKIS LAGFF 2015 AWARD


2015 Orpheus Honorees


Kary Antholis
President, HBO Miniseries
and Cinemax Programming

Evan Spiliotopoulos
Scre


The 2015 International Project Discovery Forum Winners:

The Aegean Award: “Dora” (Bulgaria)
Director Milko Lazarov, Writers Simeon Ventsislavov and Milko Lazarov. Producer Veselka Kiryakova
The Mfi script2film workshops Scholarship: “In The Arena” (Greece)
Writer/ Director Arsenis Polymenopoulos and co-writer Dimitris Emmanouilidis.
Honorable Mention: “Hamarat Apartment” (Turkey)
Director/Writer/Producer Huseyin Karabey.
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Τετάρτη, 10 Ιουνίου 2015

WINNERS OF LAGFF 2015

LOS ANGELES GREEK FILM FESTIVAL


WE CONGRATULATE OUR WINNERS


STRATOS by Yannis Economides won the Best Feature Orpheus Award. AGORA by Yorgos Avgeropoulos won the Best Documentary Orpheus Award. CITIZEN DAY by Basile Doganis received the Best Short Film Orpheus, and UNDERNEATH THE OLIVE TREE by Stavroula Toska the Van Vlahakis Award. The Audience Orpheus went to Angeliki Aristomenopoulou A FAMILY AFFAIR

The IPDF's AEGEAN AWARD for the most promising feature film project went to Bulgarian project DORA by Milko Lazarov and was received by Producer Veselka Kiryakova. Greek Director Arsenis Polymenopouloswon a scholarship at the Mediterranean Film Instiute (Mfiscript2film workshops mfi.gr) for his project IN THE ARENA.

Finally, Greek Director Aristotelis Maragkos and Turkish DirectorHuseyin Karabey received honorable mentions for their short filmPORTRAIT and feature film project HAMARAT APARTMENT respectively.


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CLOSING NIGHT HIGHLIGHTS

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Porphyra live in Astoria this Friday @ 9PM at Gussy's -and more News!

Greetings friends. It has been an amazing and very productive and creative time for us here at the Porphyra camp. First of all, we just finished the showcase of an amazing production at the world renown Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall. We were just one part of an amazing team filled with dancers and actors. The production presented by our company was called "Porphyra, a Grecian Rock Opera. Anna and Vladimir: The love the ROCKED the world". Read the first glowing review from the National Herald (Ethnikos Kirix) attached. This is the largest Greek-American newspaper in North America and the article was written by Constantine S.Sirigos. We are moving forward with this amazing production and want you to know more about it. Read the article and buy a cd and learn the music because you will be hearing a lot from us and the Rock Opera in the near future.

Next order of business. Our party for our friends, cast and our fans. Porphyra the band will be rocking Astoria this Friday at 9:00PM! Cheap drinks, Hard Rock and Metal what else. Come down and spread the word!
Link to FB invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/1454170001562582/

GUSSY'S BAR
20-14 29th St,
Astoria, New York 11105

Friday, June 12, 2015
09:00PM

Yours Truly,
Billy Chrissochos
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Δευτέρα, 8 Ιουνίου 2015

LAGFF TO FETE HBO’s KARY ANTHOLIS And “HERCULE’S” SCRIBE EVAN SPILIOTOPOULOS FESTIVAL WELCOMES THREE NEW BOARD MEMBERS INCLUDING NICK CASSAVETES TO THEIR ADVISORY BOARD

Los Angeles Greek Film Festival June 3-7, Egyptian Theatre Hollywood
(Los Angeles- May 14, 2015) – The Ninth Annual Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF/ lagff.org) is pleased to announce that Kary Antholis, president, HBO Miniseries and Cinemax Programming, for Home Box Office and “Hercules” scribe Evan Spiliotopoulos are this year’s recipients of the Festival’s top honor – the prestigious Honorary Orpheus Award. The Awards will be given out at the red carpet Closing Night Gala on Sunday, June 7 at the Egyptian Theatre, Hollywood following the screening of Panos Koutras’ XENIA.
“LAGFF could not be more proud of this year’s Honorary Orpheus Award Winners. We selected Kary Antholis to receive this year’s Award for his contributions not only as an executive and filmmaker bringing high quality programming to the world but also for his generosity in mentoring us and upcoming filmmakers”, says Co-Founder Ersi Danou. “As a writer, Evan Spiliotopoulos has established a very successful career in Hollywood and abroad. His ability to write for several genres shows an uncanny dexterity and talent. We are honoring him for his current successes and also for an even brighter future ahead. ” Ms. Danou added. LAGFF is also pleased to add three new members to its already impressive roster of Industry Advisors. The 2015 additions to the LAGFF Advisory Board are Writer/Director/Actor Nick Cassavetes, Starz Executive Vice President of Worldwide Distribution Gene George, and Fullscreen Chief Executive Officer and Founder George Strompolos.
Named for the mythical Greek poet, the Orpheus Award is the Los Angeles Greek Film Festival’s annual prize intended to honor the best in Greek and Greek-inspired cinema. Since the Festival’s inception in 2006 the awards night has become an integral event serving to highlight the art and artists who are changing the way we think about film.
The award itself was designed and sculpted by Greek artist Miltos Papastergiou. Papastergiou, who studied under Yannis Pappas, attended the Ecole des Beaux Arts de Paris and has regularly presented his work in both Athens and Larissa. Past Orpheus Award winners have included many prestigious industry professionals including: Anthony Katagas (Producer), Steve Nicolaides(Producer) , Phedon Papamichael (Cinematographer), Olympia Dukakis (Actress).
www.lagff.org
2015 ORPHEUS AWARD HONOREES 
KARY ANTHOLIS 
President, HBO Miniseries and Cinemax Programming 
Kary Antholis is president, HBO Miniseries and Cinemax Programming, for Home Box Office, responsible for overseeing the development and production of HBO miniseries and Cinemax original programming. He was named to the Miniseries position in October 2008 and added the Cinemax Programming responsibilities in 2011.
Most recently Antholis was program executive on the four-part miniseries Olive Kitteridge, adapted from the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Elizabeth Strout; as well as the Cinemax original series The Knick, from director Steven Soderbergh and starring Clive Owen. He also oversaw the Golden Globe® and multiple Emmy®-winning miniseries Mildred Pierce, starring Kate Winslet; the multiple Emmy®-winning miniseries John Adams and Generation Kill; the epic 10-part event The Pacific; and Strike Back, now entering its fourth season, and Banshee from executive producer Alan Ball, now entering its third season, both for Cinemax.
Antholis first joined HBO in 1992 as director, Documentary Programming, where he oversaw the development and production of HBO documentaries and acted as program executive on award-winning documentaries such as Educating Peter, The Broadcast Tapes of Dr. Peter and Gang War: Bangin’ in Little Rock. He left HBO in 1994 to produce and direct the documentary One Survivor Remembers, which debuted on HBO and won an Oscar® and a Primetime Emmy® in 1995.
In 2012, One Survivor Remembers was one of 25 titles added by the Librarian of Congress to the National Film Registry, an honor given to “culturally, historically or aesthetically” significant American films. He also created and was executive producer of The Cape, a one-hour drama syndicated during the 1996-97 television season.
Antholis rejoined HBO in April 1997 as a consultant on the Emmy®-winning miniseries From the Earth to the Moon. He was promoted to vice president, Original Programming, Drama Events, in 1998, responsible for overseeing the development and production of drama programming for HBO, and worked as a program executive on the miniseries The Corner during that time. In 1999, Antholis was made vice president, HBO Films, supervising such projects as
EVAN SPILIOTOPOULOS 
Born in Greece, Evan Spiliotopoulos moved to the United States after high school. Shortly after graduating American University in Washington DC, Evan began pursuing his career as a writer. While employed at Disney, Evan wrote numerous animated films including: Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure, The Little Mermaid III, Pooh’s Heffalump Movie and The Three Musketeers which earned him a DVDX nomination for Best Screenplay. Outside of Disney, Evan also wrote The Nutty Professor for the Weinstein Company, starring Jerry Lewis and the Ottawa International Film Festival Grand Prize winner Battle for Terra.
After his stint in the animated world, Evan made the transition into live-action. Among projects for Fox, Paramount and Sony, Evan wrote the Snow White and the Huntsman draft that got the project green lit and attached star Chris Hemsworth. Subsequently, Evan wrote Hercules for MGM, directed by Brett Ratner and starring Dwayne Johnson as well as Universal’s The Huntsman, currently filming in the UK and starring Hemsworth, Charlize Theron, Emily Blunt and Jessica Chastain.
Evan’s future projects include Beauty and the Beast for Disney, starring Emma Watson and directed by Bill Condon; Young Sherlock Holmes for Paramount produced by Steven Spielberg and Chris Columbus; Seven Wonders for Fox, produced by Brett Ratner and Beau Flynn; and The Dishonourables for Sony, produced by Joe Roth and Palak Patel.
ABOUT LAGFF 
The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival showcases new films from Greek filmmakers worldwide. Our foremost goal is to promote Greek cinema and cultural exchange while bridging the gap between Greek filmmakers and Hollywood. Orpheus Awards are given to the most outstanding new films in the dramatic, documentary and short film categories.
THE ORPHEUS AWARDS 
LAGFF SPONSORS 
The 2015 Los Angeles Greek Film Festival is grateful for the support of numerous key sponsors.
LAGFF is proud to receive the support of Greek National Tourism Organization.
Visitgreece.gr is the official tourism web site for Greece, run by the Greek National Tourism Organization, where you’ll find information on the main tourist destinations, such as cities, beaches, as well as activities, events and much more! (Link: http://www.visitgreece.gr/)
Grants are received from the Elios Charitable Foundation and ELMA
Platinum Patron 
Hostess Brands and the Metropoulos Family
We are very proud to once again welcome Hostess Brands and the Metropoulos Family Platinum Patrons of Los Angeles Greek Film Festival 2015.
Today, Hostess Brands, LLC, continues to delight snack fans everywhere with a variety of new and classic treats like Ding Dongs®, Ho Hos®, Donettes® and Fruit Pies.
They make the original creme-filled cakes that so many consider an irreplaceable part of American life. Silver Patrons Earth Friendly Products is the leader in the development and production of environmentally friendly cleaning supplies for household and commercial use, with over 150 products manufactured, distributed, and sold in the USA, Canada, Europe, South America, and Asia. All Earth Friendly Products are created with only replenish able and sustainable plant based ingredients that are safe for people, pets, and the planet.
The Company proudly adheres to its strict “Freedom Code”, avoiding a list of harmful and toxic ingredients that are not found in any its products.
Earth Friendly Products has proudly received the 2010 GEELA Award for Sustainable Business Practices, 2009 Green PatriotTM Green 100TM Designation and the Champion level recognition from the US EPA, through the Design for the Environment (DfE) Program’s Safer Detergents Stewardship Initiative.
The company’s solar division, Progressive Power Group, is just another example of how Earth Friendly Products is a sustainable business leader.
The G.P. Kolovos & Associates 
With a history of success in the real estate world and philanthropy, the Kolovos Family have been with LAGFF since its inception, and have been instrumental in its growth.
Bronze Patrons: Aris Anagnos, Cinemax, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, West Coast Investors and Puritan Bakery.
Media Sponsors include: KPFK Radio, Greek Reporter, The Immigrant Magazine,The Tolucan Times

Κυριακή, 7 Ιουνίου 2015

CELEBRATE TONIGHT! LOS ANGELES GREEK FILM FESTIVAL



ORPHEUS TONIGHT!
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Come to the Egyptian tonight and celebrate with us and enjoy Red Carpet event, a screening of award-winning XENIA at 5:30 pm, followed by the Orpheus Awards hosted by Greek performer Panos Mouzourakis and party with Greek musician Felizol!

CLOSING NIGHT SCREENING
XENIA, 
Greece/France/Belgium, 2014, 128 min, LA Premiere
Sunday, June 7, 5:30 pm, Egyptian/Rigler


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GREETING BY GNTO GENERAL SECRETARY 


Photo of Panos Livadas

The Greek National Tourist Organization (GNTO) has supported
Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF) since year one, and I'm pleased to see it growing with every year that passes. Films, networking, entertainment and culture blend together in this town and give the Los Angeles community a taste of Greece! The Festival's valuable contribution is the bridging of the two cultures in the global center of moviemaking, Hollywood, thus creating opportunities for dialogue and development of programs that will eventually constitute the groundwork for collaboration between Greece and the US in the field of film production.

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OUR ORPHEUS PEOPLE

 
PANOS MOUZOURAKIS, host 
CHRISTINA ECONOMOU, designer
  
CHRISTINA ECONOMOU fashionELA TOPCUOGLU, Trophy Presenter
Dance with FELIZOL's tunes

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MEET THE ORPHEUS AWARD HONOREES



Kary Antholis is president, HBO Miniseries and Cinemax Programming, for Home Box Office, responsible for overseeing the development and production of HBO miniseries and Cinemax original programming. He was named to the Miniseries position in October 2008 and added the Cinemax Programming responsibilities in 2011.

Evan Spiliotopoulos, while workning in Disney wrote numerous animated films including: Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure, The Little Mermaid III, Pooh's Heffalump Movie and The Three Musketeers which earned him a DVDX nomination for Best Screenplay. Outside of Disney, Evan also wrote The Nutty Professor for the Weinstein Company, starring Jerry Lewis and the Ottawa International Film Festival Grand Prize winner Battle for Terra.

For the full festival schedule and tickets, click here.

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