The 15th Annual Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF) on May 10-30, 2021 will present 64 films. The LAGFF virtual edition offers New Greek Cinema with curated features, shorts, documentaries and animation films on a secure platform accompanied by a host of webinars and Q & As. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, LAGFF will run on-line and on-demand only.

“Even though we are looking forward to returning to the silver screen and our Egyptian Theater experience, we are taking full advantage of the virtual platform to showcase exciting and curated Greek films,” explains Festival Director Aristotle Katopodis. “We are proud to exhibit 4 World Premieres, 23 North American premieres, 5 US premieres, 6 West coast premieres, and 12 LA premieres. The breadth and depth of Greek cinema in all film forms is going to be available.” 

The full schedule is available here:

THE JOURNEY OF ASKAVLOS by Yorgos Arvanitis (World Premiere)

The LAGFF PASS provides access to all films, live events, Q&A with cast & crew, panels, social media live events, and a workshop.

Due to the pandemic, LAGFF comes to your screens with another year of virtual programming. The programming team has worked hard to select one of the largest lineups to date with 64 features, documentaries, shorts and animation works, grouped in seven thematic collections, all by Greek filmmakers from around the globe.

Upon receiving the $60 all-access pass, all films will immediately become available, individually or by category, streaming from May 10 through May 30. Smaller packages, ranging from $6-$25, are also available. See details on all films and passes at

STEFANOS ROKOS: NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS’ NO MORE SHALL WE PART, 14 PAINTINGS 17 YEARS LATER by Rinio Dragasaki and Araceli Lemos (West Coast Premiere)

Photos provided by LAGFF / Featured Image: THE UNLOST HOMELAND by Eftychia Fragou (LA Premiere).