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The LAGFF Announces Special In-Person and Online Screenings for October

September 22, 2023

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF) announced a special in-person screening of Sonia Liza Kenterman’s heart-warming feature debut, Tailor, will be held at the St. Sophia Huffington Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, October 8, 6 PM reception and 7 PM screening. Kenterman will be there to present her film and answer questions. The event is co-presented by St. Sophia Huffington Center, and is free with a suggested donation of $10. Please consider making a donation online: https://www.lagff.org/support/donate/.

On Sunday, October 29 (time TBD), at St. Sophia Huffington Center, a special in-person screening will be held of the poetic, feature-length documentary Mauthausen by Panagiotis Kuntouras and Aristarchos Papadaniel. The film includes Mauthausen Cantata, the masterpiece musical memorial of the martyrdom, with lyrics by Greek poet Iakovos Kambanellis, a Mauthausen concentration camp survivor, and music by Mikis Theodorakis. The event is co-presented by St. Sophia Huffington Center, and is free with a suggested donation of $10.

The film poster for Tailor, directed by Sonia Liza Kenterman. (Photo: Courtesy of LAGFF)

LAGFF also announced a rare queer-themed screenings program which be available streaming October 9-15. This is a unique opportunity to get a snapshot of queer life from the perspective of Greek filmmakers. The program will be offered on LAGFF’s online platform powered by Eventive – free with registration.

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

The film poster for the documentary film Mauthausen by Panagiotis Kuntouras and Aristarchos Papadaniel. (Photo: Courtesy of LAGFF)

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