Melbourne International Jazz Festival and The Greek Centre for Contemporary Culture are honoured to present the legendaryCharles Lloyd and Maria Farantouri in an ambitious and extraordinary festival event.
Between February 8-9, Melbourne’s iconic street party will come to life with local and international performers, an abundance of great food and the Barbaresso Oyzo Ouzeri. The outdoor bar will host Melbourne’s community with music, traditional games like Backgammon and Greek food provided by the Kalamaki Kitchen.
The Palme d’Or winner at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, Blue is the Warmest Colour has the unique distinction of being the first film to share that honour equally between three artists: Tunisian-born director Abdellatif Kechiche (The Secret of the Grain) and his two lead actors.
Kick back under the open sky, grab some Greek street food and a chilled drink, and watch a classic film from Greece’s golden era of movies. Set in the private garden courtyard behind the former Royal Mint just opposite Flagstaff, the Hellenic Museum and the Greek Film Festival present seven films over four weeks.
The 2014 Lonsdale Street is proudly supported by
Antipodes is the cultural arm of the Greek Community of Melbourne