The Delphi Bank 21st Greek Film Festival is gearing up for its glittering opening night at Palace Cinema Como in Chapel Street, Melbourne on 15th October.

Audiences can expect a repertoire of more than 20 films from this year’s festival line-up, from picturesque cinematography of the Mediterranean sea, song and dance routines, online dating, infidelity and of course, love.

Opening night film Little England is about two Greek sisters who inconveniently fall for the same man, whilst closing night film Promakhos wraps up in true Grecian style as it takes viewers to the Parthenon Marbles in Greece to bring justice to Athena.

The festival runs from 15 October – 2 November, 2014.

The 21st Greek Film Festival Line-up is as follows:

A Blast
At Home
Block 12
Common Denominator
Evaporating Borders
Following Shira’s Journey: A Greek-Jewish Odyssey
GASFF Australian Shorts
GASFF International Shorts
Little England
Miss Violence
Playing with Fire
Runaway Day
Standing Aside, Watching
The Enemy Within
The Other Human + Love in the Time of Crisis
The Winter
Thursday & 12
Time for Heroes

Adult tickets are $19.50, with concession prices at $16.50.

To book tickets head to