The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival returns May 9-15 with in person screenings and virtual screenings May 16-22. Photo: Los Angeles Greek Film Festival
LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF) and the Loyola Marymount University (LMU) Caloyeras Center for Modern Greek Studies host an in-person special preview screening of acclaimed director Marianna Economou’s The Greek Bar Jacket, under the auspices of the Consulate General of Greece in Los Angeles, on Saturday, April 30, with social hour and drinks 7-8 PM and the screening at 8 PM.
This special event will also exhibit Myrto Papadopoulos’ spectacular Photography for a behind-the-scenes look at the film and the Greek artisans who worked for the Dior house.
The event takes place at LMU’s William H. Hannon Library, VDA family suite, 3rd floor.
Proceeds will benefit The Demetrios Liappas Legacy Fund.
It should be noted that the 16th LAGFF takes place May 9-15 with in-person screenings, and virtual screenings May 16-22. Virtual webinars, workshops and panels will also be held May 16-29. More information is available online: https://www.lagff.org/.
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