The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival will honor director Penelope Spheeris who will be in attendance on Friday, June 26 at the Egyptian Theatre. The evening will celebrate a blend of her professional landscape of documentary and fiction independent filmmaking. The event will begin with special screenings of Spheeris’ documentary short No Use Walkin’ When You Can Stroll (1998) and her ’80s cult classic feature Suburbia (1984), followed by a panel discussion with Spheeris, Ross Albert, Christina Beck and Bert Dragin and moderated by UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television Dean Robert Rosen. The event will conclude with a reception.