Films that literally lead Van Gogh At Eternity’s Gate. Tasos Melemenidis takes a look at 8 films about this beloved Dutch artist that lead to the most recent biopic by Julian Schnabel staring Wilem Dafoe. [Article on LIFO]
Stan Laurel would respond, almost obsessively, to all his fan mail. Tasos Melemenidis interviews the collector and creator of the project Letters from Stan, Bernie Hogya, who has gathered and categorised thousands of letters written by this famous American comic to his friends and fans. [Article on LIFO ]
On the occasion of the premiere of his film “Cold War”, Polish film director Pawel Powlikowski attended the 24th Athens International Film Festival. Tasos Melemenidis interviewed him for Cinemagazine.
On the occasion of her return to Athens for her one-woman play alongside her dog Pan titled “Link Link: Isabella Rosellini live on stage”, Isabella Rosellini gave an interview to Tasos Melemenidis for LIFO
Tasos Melemenidis caught up with Jean-Marc Barr in Athens for the promotion of the documentary film Dolphin Man. Interview for Cinemagazine.
Tasos Melemenidis travelled to Canada for an on-site interview with cast members of the third season of Fargo. Interview for LIFO.
Tasos Melemenidis went to London to interview the cast of the Suicide Squad film for LIFO. Will Smith, Joel Kinnaman and Jay Hernandez interview: Jared Leto interview: Margot Robbie & Cara Delevingne interview: David Ayer interview:
An article about the incredible story that started during the filming of The Ten Commandments (1923) and the documentary describing the events that saw Cecil B. DeMille burry an entire film set. Article source: LIFO
Legendary games that became films, athletes who went on to become actors and incredible stories that emerged through documentaries. This tribute is made up of twenty two articles – one for each World Cup event to date – referencing the films relating to each event. This is the definitive cinematic history of the World […]
Cine Thessaloniki, published by University Studio Press and edited by Angeliki Mylonaki and Yiannis Grosdanis, is about a truly cinematic city and its love for cinema. The book narrates stories from thessaloniki’s cinephiles, explores the films shot there, the origins of its first summer movie theaters and its film magazines and remembers moments from […]