25th Greek Film Festival

The Greek Film Festival returns to Palace Cinemas in October to showcase the best of contemporary Greek Cinema. This year’s Opening Night feature is Pantelis Voulgaris’ masterpiece THE LAST NOTE, a gripping historical drama based on real events. The film tells the true story of
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OPEN SEMINAR: GUNNER JAMES ZAMPELIS – THE ODYSSEY OF A HELLENIC ANZAC IN WW2

Thursday 11 August at The Greek Centre. Free public lecture presented by Jim Claven. Part of the Greek History & Culture Seminars series.
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AUTOTUNE EVERYTHING: ART AND THE SONIC – COSMIC – POLITIC

Thursday 18 – Saturday 20 August at The Greek Centre. The Melbourne Art Foundation presents the 2016 Lectures and Forums Program in association with Liquid Architecture and The University of Melbourne.
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GREECE VS. SOCCEROOS: FAMILY FRIENDLY FOOTBALL EVENT A REAL WIN FOR VICTORIA

Over 33,500 people attended the friendly between the Greek National Football Team and the Socceroos at Etihad Stadium last night, Tuesday 7 June.
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THE GREEK CENTRE WELCOMES GREEK NATIONAL MENS FOOTBALL TEAM

The Victorian Government together with The Greek Community of Melbourne welcomed Greece’s National Mens Football Team on Monday morning at a function held at The Greek Centre. The team is in Melbourne to play a friendly against the Caltex Socceroos on Tuesday 7 June at Etihad Stadium.
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OPEN SEMINAR: PRE AND POST-INVASION CYPRUS: FACT FINDING MISSIONS BY DON DUNSTAN AND NICK BOLKUS

Thursday 25 August at The Greek Centre. Free public lecture presented by Dr Maria Shialis. Part of the Greek History & Culture Seminars series.
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OPEN SEMINAR: FIRST VICTORY: THE DEFENCE OF GREECE, 1940

Thursday 1 September at The Greek Centre. Free public lecture presented by Dr Peter Ewer. Part of the Greek History & Culture Seminars series.
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NATIONAL NETWORK OF HELLENIC FESTIVALS MEETS AT THE GREEK CENTRE

The National Network of Hellenic Festivals, incorporating The Greek Communities of Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Darwin, met at The Greek Centre in Melbourne on Saturday.
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FIRE EXTENSIVELY DAMAGES HISTORIC EAST MELBOURNE CHURCH

Victoria’s first Orthodox Church was severely damaged in a fire on Monday, which also destroyed priceless icons dating back to the 1800s.
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IT’S ALL GREEK TO ME! COMEDY GALA: FULL LINEUP ANNOUNCED

Just announced! International comedians Angelo Tsarouchas, Katerina Vrana and George Zacharopoulos will join local Greeks George Kapiniaris and Costas Kilias at this Friday’s fundraiser. Book Now!
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