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HALC Presents Online Screening of A Touch of Spice June 26-28

CHICAGO – The Hellenic American Leadership Council (HALC) presents director Tassos Boulmetis’ A Touch of Spice (Politiki Kouzina) for private screening during the weekend of June 26-28 for free to those who register online to receive a password to view the film: www.hellenicleaders.com/atouchofspice.

Following the film screening, viewers are invited to tune in to HALC's Facebook page for a live discussion between director Tassos Boulmetis and Dr. Young Richard Kim, Associate Professor of Classics and Mediterranean Studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago – UIC. The discussion takes place on Sunday, June 28, 1 PM CST, and will focus on the film and Boulmetis’ work.

This virtual event is free and co-presented by HALC, the Foundation for Hellenic Studies – Illinois, and the Department of Classics and Mediterranean Studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago – UIC.

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