Alexandros Kostopoulos



He was born in Athens, Greece. He studied Filmmaking, and Information Sciences & Multimedia Technology. His short film "First Swim" wass screened in international film festivals, including Trieste FF, In The Palace, Bengaluru ISFF, Foyle FF - special mention. He filmed the TV documentaries “Speed of Light” and "Touching the intangible", produced by the Greek broadcaster. His animated short film “Zebra's Island”, produced by the Greek Film Center and the Greek broadcaster, is at production stage. He participated in several script and pitching labs (Torino Film Lab, Mediterranean Film Institute, In The Palace Filmer Forge Pitch, EKOME Storytelling, Drama Pitching Mini Talent Lab, Olympia Creative Ideas, Mecal). He has been awarded by the Scriptwriters’ Guild of Greece and by the Greek Directors' Guild. He has written a feature film script, called “Inertia”, which participated in the Budapest Debut Film Forum and TFL Extended. He also wrote and directed the visual art performance “The New Adventures of Antigone”, based on the Greek tragedy (special mention in the Annual Greek Student Art Competition). He is tutor of the film workshops “From Comic Books, to Directing” and "Using Musical Films to Teach Expressive Arts".

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