Director

Yorgos Nanouris

"Greece Eleven"

For the first time I wrote the text for a show and for the first time i used 20 volunteer -drama schools students-. The show played at the Garage (!) of Michael Cacoyannis Foundation.

"Greece Eleven"
"Greece Eleven"
"Greece Eleven"
"Greece Eleven"
"Greece Eleven"
"Greece Eleven"

"The stone of patience"

On 2010 i addpated in Berlin, the award-winning novel (Goncourt 2008) by Attiq Rahimi, the show finally aired 2 seasons,and after that with a sponsorship of OPAP has toured in 15 cities and islands of Greece.

"The stone of patience"
"The stone of patience"
"The stone of patience"

"A night for you" 1&2

Direction and Hosting a show that was an idea of the Athens Festival, to leave a theatre caravan in the street and give to the audience songs by they favorite artists participating in the festival. The high turnout (2000 people in 2 days) made us to repeat it next year (2010-2011). 

 

"A night for you" 1&2
"A night for you" 1&2
"A night for you" 1&2
"A night for you" 1&2
"A night for you" 1&2
"A night for you" 1&2

"Here"

In 2008 at new bar, the K44 with my students who had just graduated, we show 8 gripping stories of immigrants. Because we had no money, i used lenses instead of lights. This eventually became the main subject of the show, which was unexpected reception from audience and critics, played 2 years ( the first planning was only 10 days) and eventually joined the program of the Athens Festival in 2008.

"Here"
"Here"
"Here"
"Here"
"Here"
"Here"

"Dream for Two"

With the sponsorship of the Ministry of Culture (HMC) palyed for the first time in Greece, at the theater Embros in 2004. The author and chairman of the theater at Cannes Guy Foissy was at the opening night. The video above contains scenes projected in the show on a giant screen. It is a sad, surreal comedy speaks about the dreams of two poor people for fame, money, success.

"Dream for Two"
"Dream for Two"
"Dream for Two"

"New York"

In New York in 2007 i did summer workshop of Digital Film Making, the New York Film Academy. In this context, I directed the following 3 films.

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