The Always on Sunday On Demand film series presents two Greek films each month. Beginning the first Sunday of every month until the day before the first Sunday of the following month, films can be streamed on any device, anywhere around the world, on any day of the week.

Sunday, April 4 — Saturday, May 1, 2021

April films are sponsored by The Greek Online School

Directed by Pantelis Voulgaris
Based on a novel by Ioanna Karystiani

2013 / 132 mins
In Greek, with English subtitles

Cast: Penelope Tsilika (Orsa Saltaferou), Sofia Kokkali (Moscha), Aneza Papadopoulou (Mina), Andreas Konstantinou (Spyros Maltabes), Maximos Moumouris (Nikos), Vangelio Andreadaki (Hadoulaina), Vasilis Vasilakis (Savvas Saltaferos)

In the decades between the two world wars, the island of Andros was known as Little England, thanks to the wealth brought in by its burgeoning shipping industry. Behind the doors of an island mansion, a family drama of passion and star-crossed romance plays out. Two sisters are united and divided by a secret: their love for the same man. Award-winning cinematography sets the scene for this epic tale of love and loss.

Winner of six Hellenic Film Academy Awards, including Best Picture 2014.
100% on the Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer

The Hollywood Reporter calls Little England “handsomely mounted and impeccably acted” and says, “the trio of female protagonists is never less than mesmerizing.”

Filmed on location in Andros.

We are pleased to present an exclusive interview with lead actor Andreas Konstantinou.

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Directed by Olga Malea
Based on a novel by Nicholas Papandreou

2007 / 86 mins
In Greek, with English subtitles

Cast: Tex Pardue (Alex), Antonis Kafetzopoulos (Lefteris Panagakis), Eleni Kastani (Mrs. Panagakis), Nikos Andreoulakis (Panos) Anna Louizidi (Myrto), Manos Gavras (Nikitas)

A prominent Greek politician (think Andreas Papandreou) sends his American-raised 11-year- old son to Crete to baptize the baby of a local party boss and parliamentary candidate. Trying to prove himself, the boy struggles with the Greek language and Cretan peculiarities. His initiation into the world of politics will mark him for the rest of his life. This film is ideal for family viewing.

Filmed on location in Crete.

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