This is a official press coverage from the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Interviews with the Academy-Award nominated Director of "The Cove" (documentary feature), Greek-American Louie Psihoyos (considered one of the top 10 photographers in the world) and former dolphin trainer from the 1960's American television series "Flipper", now turned dolphin animal-rights activist, are co-mingled with the documentary's video trailer. Distributed by Tubemogul.
What does this have to do with Greece? Not much! But, besides Avatar, Titanic, True Lies, The Abyss, Terminator and Aliens, James Cameron has also directed documentaries such as Raising the Titanic and Decoding the Exodus. Decoding the Exodus explores the remarkable stories in the Exodus book of the bible. It also discovers that the only ancient depiction of the ark of the covenant is in the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, Greece. Distributed by Tubemogul.
The Goddesses speak! ModernDayGoddess.com's, Cynthia Daddona, hosts CelebrateGreece.com's EXCLUSIVE interview of Melina Kanakaredes (CSI:NY) who plays the Greek Goddess Athena in the movie "Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief. Movie Synopsis: It’s the 21st century, but the gods of Mount Olympus and assorted monsters have walked out of the pages of high school student Percy Jackson’s Greek mythology texts and into his life. And they’re not happy: Zeus’ lightning bolt has been stolen, and Percy is the prime suspect. Even more troubling is the sudden disappearance of Percy’s mother. As Percy finds himself caught between angry and battling gods, he and his friends embark on a cross-country adventure to catch the true lightning thief, save Percy’s mom, and unravel a mystery more powerful than the gods themselves. Distributed by Tubemogul.
The year 2010 marks 2,500 years since the Battle of Marathon (Greece) in 490 BC. This one minute video is a Real-Enactment™ of the famous battle between Athens and the Persian Empire, the famous 26 mile run by Pheidippides from Marathon to Athens, and the meaning of the Athenian victory...namely, the saving of Western Civilization. Enjoy! Distributed by Tubemogul.
The year 2010 marks 2,500 years since the Battle of Marathon (Greece) in 490 BC. This one minute video is a Real-Enactment™ of the famous battle between Athens and the Persian Empire, the famous 26 mile run by Pheidippides from Marathon to Athens, and the meaning of the Athenian victory...namely, the saving of Western Civilization. This is a short video clip of a larger historical video called Greece: Spirits of the Ancients® which CelebrateGreece.com is producing. Tax-Deductible Donations at CelebrateGreece.com are appreciated to help finish the documentary. Distributed by Tubemogul.
In ancient Greece, athletics made gods and heroes of men. Narrated by two-time Academy-Award Winner the late Sir Peter Ustinov. Athlos - participating in athletics - initially defined these significant deeds: the pursuit of perfection through creative activities that involve physical endurance and skill, as well as virtue, energy, beauty, and health. An insightful and thorough examination of the basis upon which the Greek ideals of athleticism and sportsmanship were formed. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Rita Wilson reacts with praise to hearing about CelebrateGreece.com
Nia Vardalos gives praise for CelebrateGreece.com's video coverage of her recent movie's Premiere and Red Carpet Event
CelebrateGreece.com's exclusive video coverage of the Grand Opening Ceremony for the New Acropolis Museum in Athens, Greece. Tour the museum, the artwork and hear the speeches regarding the reunification to Greece of the Parthenon's Marbles, presently in the British Museum in London.
Interviews with the cast and crew and coverage of the world premiere of the movie "My Life In Ruins". CelebrateGreece.com's Greco-Roman Goddess, Cynthia Daddona, conducts red carpet interviews with Nia Vardalos, Rita Wilson (Mrs. Tom Hanks), Rachel Dratch (30 Rock; Saturday Night Live), Ian Ogilvy, Harland Williams, Ian Gomez, Director Donald Petrie ("How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days"), Writer Mike Reiss ("The Simpsons"), Richard Dreyfuss, and many others.