Los Angeles Greek Film Festival Announces Festival Dates, Accepting Submissions

LOS ANGELES – The 17th Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF) is set to take place June 3-11, 2023 in-person in Los Angeles. LAGFF showcases new films from Greece, Cyprus, and the Hellenic Diaspora worldwide as well as films about Greek culture. Additionally, LAGFF offers live industry events, educational and networking opportunities, entertainment and the prestigious Orpheus Awards in several categories including Best Feature, Documentary, Animated and Short Film. For the first time in 2023, LAGFF’s program will include two weekends allowing patrons more time to enjoy the rich variety of programs.

More information is available online: https://www.lagff.org/.

Film and project submissions for the LAGFF are now open. Further details about submitting your film are available here: https://www.lagff.org/submit-your-film/ and about project submissions here: https://bit.ly/3hbCqll.

LAGFF is also launching the Global Greek Film Initiative (GGFI) which is strategically designed to establish an array of new annual programs to promote cultural exchange between Greece, USA and the Hellenic Diaspora, service opportunities for employment and economic growth within Greece and be the North American hub and global one-stop collective for Greek film programs and initiatives. Learn more online: https://bit.ly/3E26NDD.


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