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Also Known As: Died: January 24, 2012
Born: April 17, 1935 Cause of Death: Road Accident
Birth Place: Athens, , GR Profession: Director ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Dust of Time, The (2009)
Tells the story of a 50 year-old filmmaker, A., who films the epic destiny of his parents and their frustrated loves during the Cold War. As he gradually carries out an investigation on both sides of the former Iron Curtain that for many years separated their father and mother, A. becomes a key figu
2.
Chacun son cinema (2007)
A collection of 33 short films made by a group of 35 directors, hailing from 5 continents and 25 different countries. The participants each made their own three-minute film on the theme of the movie theatre, a place sacred to the world's film buffs.
3.
Eternity and A Day (1998) as Director
Alexandre is a famous writer who still lives in the house by the sea in Thessaloniki where he grew up. Lately, however, the house has become structurally unsound and his son-in-law has decided to sell. Alexandre has to move out because he is seriously ill but is worried that once he checks into a ho
4.
Lumiere Et Compagnie (1996) as Featured Director
An omnibus project that put an original Lumiere camera and homemade film stock into the hands of a broad cross-section of contemporary helmers--150 helmers were approached worldwide, of whom 39 were both willing and available. The ground rules were rigidly enforced: a continuous shot to be captured
5.
Ulysses' Gaze (1995)
One man's journey in the modern Balkans of poverty, conflict, fanaticism, and war. A story built on the myth of Ulysses, a journey and a quest from Florina to Corytsa and the old Monastery, to Philipoupolis, Bucharest and Costanza on the Black Sea with its memories of Greece, and from there over the
6.
Suspended Step of the Stork, The (1991)
A television journalist, covering the flight of Albanian, Kurdistan and Iranian refugees into Greece, spots a middle-aged man he believes was a promising Greek politician who disappeared years earlier.
7.
Taxidi stin Kythera (1989)
An exiled Communist returns to his Greek homeland after thirty years and, in his older age, finds adjustment to his forgotten family and the new ways of life quite difficult.
8.
Landscape in the Mist (1988)
Two illegitimate children, deceived by their mother into believing that their father is in Germany, set out in search of him.
9.
O Melissokomos (1986)
A lonely, disillusioned beekeeper visits various places and people from his past, during which he encounters a young hitchhiker.
10.
11.
O Megalexandros (1980)
A Greek bandit leads a group of British aristocrats to a mountain village where the peasants have overthrown the landowners and established a commune.
12.
Kinigi, I (1977)
13.
Travelling Players, The (1975)
In 1952 a travelling actor's troupe roams the countryside performing a popular Greek pastoral play, which soon becomes a thinly disguised version of the "Oresteia." At the same time, their performances and lives are constantly interrupted by a year in which there is tremendous political change and
14.
O Thiassos (1975)
15.
Meres tou 36, I (1972)
A man arrested for assassinating a politician protests his innocence, turns the tables by taking the deputy hostage, and threatens to kill himself and his hostage unless he is set free.

Cast (feature film)

16.
Kurosawa's Way (2011)
A look at the late Japanese film director Akira Kurosawa and his oeuvre through the words of 11 international filmmakers who offer intimate reflections on his work as well as discover surprising influences on their own films.
17.
40X15: Forty Years of the Directors' Fortnight (2008)
A history of Cannes Film Festival's "Director's Fortnight" selection.
18.
Heritage de la chouette, L' (1989) as Himself
A thirteen-part series which examines the legacy of Greek culture to the world.

Writer (feature film)

20.
Eternity and A Day (1998) as Screenwriter
Alexandre is a famous writer who still lives in the house by the sea in Thessaloniki where he grew up. Lately, however, the house has become structurally unsound and his son-in-law has decided to sell. Alexandre has to move out because he is seriously ill but is worried that once he checks into a ho
21.
Ulysses' Gaze (1995)
One man's journey in the modern Balkans of poverty, conflict, fanaticism, and war. A story built on the myth of Ulysses, a journey and a quest from Florina to Corytsa and the old Monastery, to Philipoupolis, Bucharest and Costanza on the Black Sea with its memories of Greece, and from there over the
22.
Suspended Step of the Stork, The (1991)
A television journalist, covering the flight of Albanian, Kurdistan and Iranian refugees into Greece, spots a middle-aged man he believes was a promising Greek politician who disappeared years earlier.
23.
Taxidi stin Kythera (1989)
An exiled Communist returns to his Greek homeland after thirty years and, in his older age, finds adjustment to his forgotten family and the new ways of life quite difficult.
24.
Taxidi stin Kythera (1989)
An exiled Communist returns to his Greek homeland after thirty years and, in his older age, finds adjustment to his forgotten family and the new ways of life quite difficult.
25.
Landscape in the Mist (1988)
Two illegitimate children, deceived by their mother into believing that their father is in Germany, set out in search of him.
26.
Landscape in the Mist (1988)
Two illegitimate children, deceived by their mother into believing that their father is in Germany, set out in search of him.
27.
O Melissokomos (1986)
A lonely, disillusioned beekeeper visits various places and people from his past, during which he encounters a young hitchhiker.
28.
29.
O Megalexandros (1980)
A Greek bandit leads a group of British aristocrats to a mountain village where the peasants have overthrown the landowners and established a commune.
30.
Kinigi, I (1977)
31.
Travelling Players, The (1975)
In 1952 a travelling actor's troupe roams the countryside performing a popular Greek pastoral play, which soon becomes a thinly disguised version of the "Oresteia." At the same time, their performances and lives are constantly interrupted by a year in which there is tremendous political change and
32.
Meres tou 36, I (1972)
A man arrested for assassinating a politician protests his innocence, turns the tables by taking the deputy hostage, and threatens to kill himself and his hostage unless he is set free.

Producer (feature film)

33.
Port Djema (1997) as Executive Producer
A Parisian surgeon, Pierre Feldman, comes to the imaginary North African country of Port Djema--a dusty remnant of the former French Empire in East Africa--to fulfill a promise he made to an old friend, Dr. Antoine Barasse, who ran a remote desert clinic from which he gave help to Assad rebels at wa
34.
Ulysses' Gaze (1995)
One man's journey in the modern Balkans of poverty, conflict, fanaticism, and war. A story built on the myth of Ulysses, a journey and a quest from Florina to Corytsa and the old Monastery, to Philipoupolis, Bucharest and Costanza on the Black Sea with its memories of Greece, and from there over the
35.
Suspended Step of the Stork, The (1991)
A television journalist, covering the flight of Albanian, Kurdistan and Iranian refugees into Greece, spots a middle-aged man he believes was a promising Greek politician who disappeared years earlier.
36.
Landscape in the Mist (1988)
Two illegitimate children, deceived by their mother into believing that their father is in Germany, set out in search of him.

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