Los Angeles, 4 May 2016 – The 11th annual South East European Film Festival, SEEfest, will conclude its 8-day run and 44 film screenings at Ahrya Fine Arts, 8556 Wilshire Blvd in Beverly Hills, on Thursday, May 5th with awards gala and screening of Family Bonds, selection of five shorts by young filmmakers.Details
Los Angeles, April 2016 – The many faces of exile, both external and internal, slated for 11th SEEfest, set to run April 28 – May 5, include stories both piercing and lifting that share as many facets of the human experience of exile as there are films. A full slate of high quality features and timely documentaries begin on Opening night April 28 at Ahrya Fine Arts theater with the premiere of Bosnia’s Oscar entry Our Everyday Life, directed by Ines Tanović, who will attend the screening.Details
New Orleans-The Italian American Marching Club motto is Pride in Our Heritage. The organization exist to Keep Italian Heritage Alive in New Orleans. The group held a Pre-St. Joseph’s Day Pasta Party on Friday, March 18, 2016 at the Hilton Riverside Hotel.
One of the Grand Ballrooms was festively decorated for the occasion. Several hundred people were in attendance for this annual event, the world’s largest pasta dish, a huge bowl of Pasta Con Sardi, a traditional St. Joseph’s Day Feast Day meatless dish.Details
SFFLA – has been Nordic film’s “home away from home” for SEVENTEEN years offering “top films from the top of Europe” showcasing films from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. And now we include “Hanseatic Happenings” so you can see what’s going on around the Baltic neighborhood.Details
The 16th Annual Polish Film Festival opened its doors on October 13 to run through to October 22, 2015. Celebrating the greatest achievements of Polish filmmakers the festival opened with comedic drama THE CITIZEN (Obywatel) by Jerzy Stuhr, Special Jury Award at Gdynia Film Festival, on opening night with a star-studded gala during which both Polish and American moviemakers walked the red carpet at Hollywood’s legendary Egyptian Theatre.Details
A child should not have to die to mobilize governments into credible action.
The photograph of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi’s body washed ashore, which has mobilized international responses to the ongoing migration crisis in the Mediterranean over the past week, signals two inter-related tragedies: firstly, that of the human loss and suffering that is ongoing in this context, and secondly, that of the dire shortcomings of global and regional good governance of migration.Details
TIM, Heritage, Events GHS is offering a Bus Tour on Saturday, October 3, from 10am – 3pm, which will begin at Saint Sophia Cathedral in Los Angeles. The tour will include the original “Greek Town, “The Chapel” where the original icons are housed and end at Elysian Park (where early Greek picnics were held) with a box lunch. …Details
Los Angeles, CA (June 7, 2015 ) – There was laughter and celebration as the 9th Annual Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF) concluded Sunday, June 7 at the Egyptian Theatre. The evening began with a screening of Panos H. Koutras “Xenia” followed by their annual Orpheus Awards Ceremony and Closing Night Gala Reception and live auction under the Hollywood stars.Details
Beverly Hills, CA – April 8, 2015 –The South East European Film Festival (SEEfest) (seefilmla.org) celebrated a milestone 10th anniversary year, culminating with a closing night gala event and awards presentation at The Mark in Beverly Hills, where the 2015 SEEfest Jury Awards were presented.Details
Los Angeles, CA – April 6, 2015 –The South East European Film Festival (SEEfest) (seefilmla.org) will celebrate a milestone 10th anniversary year in 2015, unveiling a robust program of feature films, documentaries and fiction, documentary and animation shorts.
Named one the best “under the radar” film festivals in America by Flavorwire in 2012, SEEfest continues to gain recognition and exposure within the world film festival circuit. The 2015 SEEfest is scheduled from April 30 – May 7, 2015, with screenings at Laemmle’s Music Hall Theatre in Beverly Hills and the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles, with select complimentary screenings at the Macha Theatre in West Hollywood.Details