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"Η Νονά", ένα ντοκιμαντέρ του Στέλιου Κούλογλου

Μερικά χρόνια μετά τη πτώση του τείχους του Βερολίνου, μια άσημη φυσικός από την Ανατολική Γερμανία που δεν ενδιαφερόταν για την πολιτική, είναι η πιο ισχυρή γυναίκα στον κόσμο.

Our stolen circus

Documentary, 45 min., 2013

Written & Directed by: Christos Panagos & Kostas Makrinos (Tanto)
Lyrics & music by:  B.D.Foxmoor
Performed by: B.D.Foxmoor, Brak & Flaco

Spring 2012. Greece, which is going through a major crisis - not only financial, is into the rush of two parliamentary elections.BD Foxmoor (Active Member) and his crew, despite the political and social climate of the time and about 40 years after the first theatrical play "Our Great Circus", form "Our Stolen Circus", to share with us their documentation of that era until today, blaming on the worst generation, the generation of the political change-over (1974) the "faults of whom have not been avenged".


This documentary is about the journey of this blasphemous circus all over Greece and Cyprus.

Winter

It’s about an independent greek-british-polish film production which will be ready for cinema screening by February of 2013. The shootings were held in both the town of Siatista in Kozani area and in London in 2011 and 2012. (Genre: thriller/fantasy)

Catastroika, by Ares Chadjistefanou and Katerina Kitides

Directors/Writers: Ares Chatjistefanou, Katerina Kitides

Scientific advisor: Leonidas Vatikiotis

Production Manager: Thanos Tsantas

Editing: Ares Triantafyllou

Soundtrack: Active Member, Ermes Georgiades

Other crew: Julie Kileri, Margarita Tsomou, Vaya Pantou, Christos Tsiknias, Graneta Karatza, Costas Efimeros


Catastroika searches the consequences of a total disposal of a country. Examining various examples of privatization and destabilization taking place in the most developed western countries, it tries to foresee the results of applying this model on a country being under financial occupation. Once more, the documentary will be released online under creative commons license.

Oligarchy, by Stelios Couloglou

Direction: Stelios Couloglou

Screenplay: Stelios Couloglou

Director of Photography: Christos Anagnostopoulos/Nicos Thomopoulos

Editing: Thodoris Armaos

Assistant Editor: Alexis Stil, Graphics/Art Director: Nicos Politis

Coordination of Research: Tania Georgoupli, Eleni Konstantinidou

Research: Eleni Mpellou, Danae Lempesopoulou

Soundtrack: Active Member

Sound Design/Mix: Vangelis Catsinas

Production: 1984 Productions

Distribution: 1984 Productions


Synopsis: An undeclared war, which must remain secret, has broken off across the planet. It is conducted by a handful of bankers and politicians who rule the world disregarding democracy. During the last years, these conflicts were focused on Europe; with Greece as an experimenting ground.

Apology of an economic hit man, by Stelios Couloglou

Screenplay/Direction: Stelios Couloglou, Production: Spiros Mavrogenis
Co-production: Greek Centre of Cinema, Original Score: Active Member
www.hitmanapology.com
Synopsis: Based on best-selling book Confessions of an economic hitman by John Perkins; the internal struggle of a man with his guilt and the fear of telling the truth. The film works as the definitive answer to President Bush’s question ‘Why do they hate us?’

Active Member Tribute at "Mona Ziga dikas sas" TV show

A two-hour tribute to the group of Active Member, live on air from ET1 TV studio. Apart from the live performance of some of their songs which have been presented along with Jamoan, Costas Anastasiades, Hoper and dj Moya, B.D.Foxmoor and Sadahzinia have also invited on the set some friends of them with whom they have joined during all these years of active presence…First broadcast: June 2011

An active member, by Lefteris Fylactos

Camera/editing/direction: Lefteris Fylactos
This documentary was honoured with one of the most important awards at the 50th Thessalonica Documentary Festival, that is, the Audience Award! It had been distinguished after a voting taken place among all the viewers of all the films of the festival, as the most beloved film…By clicking on the following link you can watch it all on your pc: http://vimeo.com/20882217

Dromoi (=Roads), by Skiadopoulos (ERT 1)

A small extract taken from a tribute TV show dedicated to B.D.Foxmoor (of Active Member). It is actually a documentary television series broadcasted on ERT, which have been run for years by Mr.Skiadopoulos; a journalist and researcher. First Broadcast: 2002 on TV.

1st Low Bap Documentary

Low Bap 1992-2000

A whole group of friends, people from all over Greece and not only, have gathered around some loose moments with the camera on hand. Moments about what we have chosen to say that we do. About lowbap. Thus, by getting all these moments into a pretexted order, we ended up with a documentary film. We didn’t wish to entrust this whole effort to a professional, with whatever cost, believing that in this way we would come nearer to our soul. The documentary works as a lengthy reference to all Freestyle Productions activities, as well as at Lowbap’s most important stops within these eight years, from 1992 till 2000.

Common Place (Theatrical Play)

During the summer of 2010, the musical theatrical play named Common Place was presented as part of the Athens Festival. Text/Play: B.D.Foxmoor, Direction: Giorgos Paloumpis, Starring: Olia Lazarides, Active Member, 18 Beauford theatrical team.
The inspirers of the Common Place performance/act, have collected material coming from the feverish daily life of a big city, have registered/recorded/enlisted some words collected from the cement expanse, from the messing city planning, from the multi-coloured pulping space which spreads like a no man’s land to the civil canvas.

Lost in the Dream (Theatrical Play)

The theatrical play named Lost in the Dream, is inspired by Federico Garcia Lorca’s Bloody Wedding. It is about a collaboration between the Sin Athina theatrical team, the group of Active Member and the well-known percussion musician Nicos Touliatos. This performance engages a fresh idea of presentation, more like an experiment, upon Lorca’s play which combines the poetic words of Lorca with both the revolutionary sound of hiphop music and the percussions instruments which move the human body of actors altering it into musical instrument producing sound and speech.

The Wizard of Fire (Theatrical Play)

During the summer of 2003, Sadahzinia’s theatrical play named The Wizard of Fire, was presented at Petras Theatre in front of an audience of 3000 people of a wide scale of age, in cooperation with the Cultural Centre of Petroupolis Municipality and the Public School of Music of Petroupolis.

Bar

Direction: Aliki Danezi-Knudsen

Production Year: 2001

Music score: Active Member (co-production of Cyprus-Greece-Uruguay)

Long feature film which participated in the International Competitive Section of the 42th Film Festival of Thessalonica (Cypriot participation) with international casting and crew. The film was honoured with official participations in several other festivals (e.g. Rome, Montevideo)

Still looking for Morphine

Production Year: 2001

Direction: Yannis Fagras

Screenplay: Nicole Roussou, Yannis Fagras

Starring: Ekavi Doumas, Panagiotis Karras, Nicos Pomonis, Christina Fragkiadakes, Iosif Polizoides

Music score: Active Member

Running Time: 119 minutes

Synopsis: This uneven but particularly interesting film negotiates the wondering of an under-aged, intoxicated young girl into an unfriendly city, using convincing dialogues and sensitivity. This film directed by the newbie Yannis Fagras was one of the little surprises discovered during the Thessalonica Festival. In the leading role, an under-aged girl, bar-lover, machine head and addicted to drugs who tries to survive in an unfriendly city.

The cement doesn’t feel sorry

Screenplay and direction: Giorgos Skevas

Production: Astra Theama

Director of Photography: Yiannis Cotrotsis

Music Score: Active Member

Running time: 15 min. Format: 16mm, Black & White

Year of Production: 1998

Participation in the 21st Drama Short-Film Festival


Synopsis: Ares lives in Perama, working at a local gas station and fills his life playing street basketball at the cemented courts.