VIP Guests 2011
Anna Synodinou – Marinaki, daughter of John, is a Greek actress and politician.
She was born in Loutraki. She studied at the Drama School at the National Theatre, former Royal Greek Theatre. Her greatest dramatic performances have been in the ancient tragedies "Antigone," "Electra", "Andromache"and "Iphigenia" and also in the ancient comedy "Lysistrata", always in leading roles. She has also played in numerous plays, especially those of Shakespeare and those of many Greek playwrights, today holding the position of one of the most distinguished tragedian actors of modern Greek Theatre. Her filmography includes the epic film “300 Spartans”, (by Rudolf Mate, 1962).
Maro Theodorakis was born in Athens. She is a unanimously distinguished graduate in National Conservatory of Music (in Athens) in piano studies. Also, she has studies on Vocal Music in the Experimental Conservatory, and she has attended the Orff method which she has taught for a sequel of years in infant schools, as well as seminars on Vocal in Dramaturgy. Having more than 20 years of teaching experience, she has a record of cooperation with the most important Schools of Arts in Greece. She is the inventor of the Singing in Acting method, and at the same time as author she has write more than 40 (published) books. She has composed Music for TV series and documentaries, as well as for cinema films, and she won the First Prize for the Best Music Score in a Feature Film, for the music of the film “Sappho” in the 3rd International Festival of Cyprus.
Ο Vivek είναι απόφοιτος του London Business School MBA που δραστηριοποιήθηκε στην επιχείρηση παραγωγής ταινιών μετά την επαγγελματική ενασχόληση του στην αυτοκινητοβιομηχανία, στο λιανικό εμπόριο και στο δραστήριo promotion και marketing στο χώρο του κρίκετ (του Σρι Λάνκα Cricket Board) και του Motorsport (JK tyre).
Παρήγαγε το “Hrithik Roshan - Saif Ali Khan - Esha Deol starrer Na Na Tum Jaano Hum” (2002) και ακολούθησε το “Chura Liyaa Εab Tumne” (2003). Τότε ήταν Σύμβουλος Παραγωγής στο “Namastey London (2007)” και στο “Aap Surroor Kaa” (2007).
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Zbigniew Preisner is Poland's leading film music composer and is considered to be one of the most outstanding film composers of his generation. For many years Preisner enjoyed a close collaboration with the director Krzysztof Kieslowski and his script-writer Krzysztof Piesiewicz. His scores for Kieslowski's films Dekalog, The Double Life Of Veronique, Three Colours Blue, Three Colours White and Three Colours Red have brought him international acclaim. Preisner studied history and philosophy in Kraków. Never having received formal music lessons, he taught himself about music by listening and transcribing parts from records. His compositional style represents a distinctively spare form of tonal neo-Romanticism. Paganini and Jean Sibelius are acknowledged influences.
Q' Orianka Kilcher
Her name means Golden eagle in the Quechua Language. At the age of 16 Q'orianka Kilcher has emerged into the front ranks of young actors with her portrayal of Pocahontas opposite Colin Farrell and Christian Bale in Terrence Malick's The New World. Her performance won her the 2006 Alma Award for best Latin American actress in a Feature film and the National Board of Reviews best breakthrough performance of 2006. She is a committed human rights and environmental Activists who uses her voice as tool to bring the need for Universal dignity, compassion and basic Human Rights, to the attention of the international community... She is the founder of ‘On-Q initiative'‚ a youth driven human rights and environmental organization heading off campaigns to connect young Hollywood with youth activist leaders and projects from around the world.
She was introduced to the large audience with the leading role of Otilia in 4 months, 3 weeks and 2 days (2007) by Cristian Mungiu. She won international acclaim and some significant film awards for this stunning performance of hers. Restless artistic spirit as she is, she is about to surprise us once again with the performances she will deliver on various film projects. Just before these films are on the big screen she interferes with Corinthian International Film Festival, as a member of the Festival's Jury.
He grew up with significant images engraved in his memory. His father was a radiologist and his mother a painter. He was influenced both by the images of X-rays and by the paintings of Monet who was his mother's favorite. This is how he decided from a very early age that he wanted to become a director. Not only has he accomplished his goal to become a filmmaker, but also he has succeeded in making well acclaimed feature films and being recognized as one of the most talented upcoming filmmakers of our age. His feature film "The Shore" (2005), the first part of his trilogy about loss has been internationally distinguished in major film events and institutions. The film will be screened at the official Corinth International Film Festival Program. Just before he goes back to shoot the second part of the trilogy he will be attending Corinthian International Film Festival as member of the Jury.
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