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PAUL KAPETANOPOULOS HOMEPAGE

 

BIOGRAPHY

Paul Kapetanopoulos is an independent documentary filmmaker and screenwriter. Moreover, he is a psychology professor, family counselor, pro-labor historian, and a lifelong antiwar activist since the Vietnam era.

Professor Kapetanopoulos was born in Lowell, Massachusetts on April 7, 1945. He graduated from Boston University and received his Bachelor's degree in Enlglish, Literature and Psychology in 1964. He received his Master's degree in 1968 at the same university having studied Counseling Psychology. Up until 1974, he was enrolled in the Boston University doctoral program for counseling psychology.

In 1974, Kapetanopoulos established the independent media firm known as the People's Media. There, he created many antiwar and pro-labor documentaries. In 1976, he established another media firm, Omogenia Hellenic Productions, where he made films about Greek history and current events.

The films listed below have been created by Professor Paul Kapetanopoulos with help from his son Athanasios. Currently, Athanasios Kapetanopoulos is the president of both media firms.

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

To purchase any of the films (DVD or VHS) listed below you can contact Prof. Kapetanopoulos at              1-888-899-3576 or e-mail him at paulkapetanopoulos@hotmail.com.

 

OMOGENIA HELLENIC PRODUCTIONS

FILMS

GREEK AND AMERICAN MOSAIC (1978)

CYPRUS BETRAYED (1979)

MAKEDONIA IS GREECE! (1993)

GREEK INDEPENDENCE DAY IN N.Y.C., THE ALEXANDER THE GREAT EXHIBIT (1993)

THE OXI DAY PARADE IN TORONTO (1993)

GREEK INDEPENDENCE DAY PARADE IN CHICAGO '94, '98

BOSTON PARADE '95

THE TARPON SPRINGS PARADES OF '94, '95, '97

NORTHERN EPIRUS IS GREECE!

THE CRETAN RESISTANCE: 1941

THE GREEK HOLOCAUST: 1915 - 1922

20TH CENTURY GREEK HISTORY

CYPRUS: SOUTH SIDE

 

PEOPLE'S MEDIA

LAWRENCE MASS STRIKE OF 1912

LUDLOW COLORADO COAL MINING STRIKE OF 1914

TO PROTECT OTHERS

KOSOVO AND SERBIA

ANTIWAR FILMS

 

CREATED: AUGUST 4, 2006

MODIFIED: SEPTEMBER 1, 2006