Kythera Mon Amour

You will definately want to see James Prineas’ epic film 

Kythera Mon Amour!

Filmed in the summer of 2015 and 2016, Kythera Mon Amour is a romantic comedy about love, migration and longing for hope. It is set in some of the most beautiful locations Kythera has to offer. Starring the local talent Maria Logotheti, Myrto Petrochilou and Athenian act Giorgos Papageorgiou as well as the unforgettable Poppy and Georgos Koroneos, the film jutaposes the protagonist’ love of the island with the tempation of migration.

Read all about the movie and the charactors here:

It is now availabe for your viewing pleasure!

Download a copy for $7.99 or rent it for $3.00

at the link below. 

If you would like to purchase a DVD you may do so here:

James recently learned that his film has won a Silver Award in the Narrative Film Competition at the Oregon Film Festival.

Congratulations to James!

Two premiers were recenly held in Sydney and Brisbane, Australia, with over 1000 Kytherians in attendance! 

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James has now begun crowdfunding for Kythera Mon Amour 2!

If you would like to help support this wonderful endeavor visit

1000 Kytherians can't be wrong! After sell-out premieres on Kythera, in Berlin, Sydney and Brisbane, to enthusiastic audiences young and old, bold and beautiful, Greek and non-Greek, we are now on path to produce Kythera mon Amour 2, "An Island Named Desire". It will be filmed in mid-2017 and in the cinema in this coming October! All your favourite stars from the first film will be back, and new unique island characters will also be on hand to reveal the spices of Kytherian life. 


But we need your help to achieve our goals! You can support the production of the sequel by sponsoring one or more of the packages at and you'll receive special rewards including free DVDs, streaming rights and tickets to the premieres. Indirectly you'll be supporting the island of Kythera as well: the new film will reach a wide audience, many of whom will be inspired to visit the island thus helping the local economy. 

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