Marta Meszaros Tribute | Athens & Thessaloniki | January 19-24

The Greek Film Archive ( and the Thessaloniki International Film Festival (, in cooperation with the National Film Institute of Hungary, present 12 feature-length films and one short documentary in an expansive tribute to Marta Meszaros, the acclaimed Hungarian screenwriter and director.

Jose Gonzalez | Athens | January 23

The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center ( continues its Cosmos concert series with an appearance by Swedish indie-folk singer-songwriter Jose Gonzalez. Performing at the Stavros Niarchos Hall, the talented musician and singer will be performing songs from his fourth album "Local Valley," released in 2021, among others. For tickets, visit the venue's website.

Athens airport flying higher

Passenger traffic this year at the Athens airport, which last year handled 22.7 million travelers, is expected to exceed the performance of 2019. That figure was up significantly, by 98.3%, compared to 2021, but still was 11.1% short of 2019.

Vamvakou: Stavros Niarchos’ birthplace is an incubator for aspiring startuppers

"It takes a village to raise a child" says an African proverb. However, in the picturesque Vamvakou, a small village on the slopes of Mount Parnon in Laconia, at an altitude of 903 meters, the first child born after 30 years creates the conditions for the place itself to "grow".

Sharing the Spoils: When Milosevic and Tudjman Met to Carve Up Bosnia

The Hague Tribunal's archives reveal fascinating details about the confidential meeting between Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic and his Croatian counterpart Franjo Tudjman at Karadjordjevo in 1991, when they discussed forming their own expanded states at Bosnia's expense.