‘Greece’ is the next big thing in pop culture

A new documentary by the UK-based group “Greeces” has been nominated for Best Documentary at the 2016 Emmy Awards.

The film, produced by The Black Rock Studios, is a celebration of the country that was established in the 1950s as a Greek colony.

The production was nominated for Outstanding Documentary in Film at the Emmys in January.

It also received nominations for Outlook Magazine’s 2014 Best Picture and Outstanding Film Editing at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

The film is directed by Michael Horsley, who previously worked on “Glee” and “The Good Place”.

“Greeks” is a film that is grounded in the fact that it is an authentic account of the people of Greece, said the group’s co-director, Mark Kranz, in a statement.

“The film will not make you a better person but will make you feel like a more connected person.”

“Grees” was shot with the help of a crew of eight people including Krans daughter, Anastasia.

The documentary follows the history of the Greek city of Gaea, which became the capital of the new nation of Greece in 1792.

“The Greeks have a unique history that’s unique to the world.

The people of Gea are very much part of the story, as well as part of our own story,” Krani said.