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Tag Archives: Georges Corraface

Self Distribution to UK Cinemas: The Joy of Diaspora Greeks

I did have a plan to blog about Greece and our release there. I was making mental notes about our North American premiere at the Palm Springs Film Festival in California, but I’ve just remortgaged my house so I can …

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Historic screening at the European Parliament – 13th November 2012

This film has its own consciousness. After refusing to be accepted by a single UK distributor and after stubbornly refusing to be accepted by any British film festivals, it decided it would go to the heart of European Government at …

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Reflections on the Dinard Film Festival, Part 2 (Tango for One)

I spent many hours wandering about with the cast, eating ice cream and taking in the views at Dinard. It’s rare to bond with any group of people you work with, but that is what we did when we shot …

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Reflections on the Dinard Film Festival, Part 1 (It’s a Jumper)

Audiences loved the film at the Dinard Film Festival. We had big queues, we had great applause, we had laughter, tears and word-of-mouth. All the things you dream of. We had people come back and watch it again. We were …

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Papadopoulos & Sons at the Dinard Film Festival – 3rd to 7th October 2012

It looks like a reunion. Most of the key cast of Papadopoulos & Sons will be in Dinard this week, at the Dinard Film Festival, in France. Georges Corraface, Stephen Dillane, Ed Stoppard and Georgia Groome will be there – …

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Interview with online magazine What The Dickens

This is an interview I did with Sandy East of What The Dickens Magazine – which I’ve reprinted here on the blog. Marcus Markou had a story he needed to tell, a film that he needed to make, and a lot …

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Interview with a Blogger

This is an interview I did about Papadopoulos & Sons with a blogger called Eleanor for her webzine Fandom Wanderers Tell us a bit about your new film, Papadopoulos and Sons. It’s the story of a wealthy London Greek businessman …

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Cannes Film Festival – Part Two

The events in my personal life have completely overshadowed Cannes. My little boy – who is three – genuinely thinks he can fly. He jumps off everything. At my father’s house in the Midlands he regularly kicks away the little …

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