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LAGFF Going Hybrid May 9-15, Call for Submissions

December 21, 2021

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF) announced that it is going hybrid next year, May 9-15, 2022. Local audiences will be able to enjoy select screenings, industry events, and, yes, parties at central Los Angeles venues. Simultaneously, a week before and a week after, LAGFF will also offer online screenings and live events through their digital platform, available to distant visitors and community members in the U.S., Greece, Cyprus, and around the world.

Visit the LAGFF website: www.lagff.org, and stay tuned for more information.

Call for Submissions

New films completed in the last two years by Greek filmmakers or filmmakers of Greek descent as well as new films inspired by Greek themes and/or about Greece and Cyprus, are eligible for submission. The selected films will compete for the Best Feature, Documentary, Short Film, Animation Film, as well as Best Director, Best Performance Orpheus Awards. Early bird submission deadline: January 10. Regular submission deadline: February 28.

More information about submitting films to the LAGFF is available online: https://www.lagff.org/submit-your-film/.

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