Deadly Nationalism: The Genocide of the Greeks 1913-1923, a powerful documentary directed by Chicago-born Greek Peter Lambrinatos, added more film festival awards to its already impressive collection.
The documentary in 2020 was a semi-finalist at the prestigious WorldFest-Houston Film Festival, an official selection at the Athens Marathon Film Festival, and won the award for Best Feature Documentary Editing at the Wallachia Film Festival.
In recent months however, the documentary has won the Peoples Choice at Houston Greek Film Festival and Toronto Greek Film Festival in Toronto, as well as Best Feature Film at the Arkansas Wings of Honor Film Festival.
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– Deadly Nationalism (@LNationalism) November 17, 2021
In addition to these awards, the documentary also won honorable mention for best documentary at the London Greek Film Festival.
A million Greeks were exterminated in the Turks’ mad rush to create a “Turkey for the Turks” – there was no room for the Greeks, Armenians and Assyrians.
This systemic extermination saw more than 3 million Christians massacred at the hands of the Turks.
READ MORE: âLethal Nationalism: Genocide of the Greeksâ now available on Amazon Prime and other platforms.