Jury: International Competition

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Eva Orbanz // Born in Berlin. Employed at the Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin (dffb). Trained as a film archivist in Bruxelles, Cinémathèque Royale de Bel- gique, and in London, British Film Institute. Working in the Deutsche Kinemathek, Berlin – Museum für Film und Fern- sehen, and since 1982 as Curator for the Film Department. Since 2008 is a Senior Curator for Special Projects.


Ioli Andreadi // Born in Athens. She studied Directing at RADA and King’s College London, where she was award- ed a PhD on Performance and Ritual in 2014, as an Alexander S. Onassis Foundation grantee. She has directed 28 theatre productions in Athens, London, Edinburgh, Berlin, Rome and New York.


Mayou Trikerioti // Is one of Greece’s most established theatre designers. She has worked at all the country’s ma- jor theatres and festivals including the National Theatre in Athens. She now lives in London and works in both Greece and the UK where she has recently designed at the Garrick, The Rose and the Young Vic. She works on all scales grand & small, and her portfolio ranges from plays that en- joyed a successful run of three years to one-off, site-specific performances.


Mark Rappaport // Mark Rappaport, after making more than a half a dozen shorts in the 60s and early 70s, made 5 features in the 70s. Rappaport has also been writing fiction and essays about films for over twenty years. Several of his pieces, written for the French film magazine, Trafic, were published in France in 2008 in the collection, The Moviegoer Who Knew Too Much. Rappaport also makes photomontages and has had shows in New York, Spain, France, and in Rotterdam.


Menelaos Karamaghiolis // Menelaos Karamaghiolis is a filmaker who lives and works in Athens. He loves (and depicts) love stories, streets and confused antiheroes. His films (as ROM, 1989, BLACK OUT (p.s. RED OUT), 1998 and J.A.C.E. – Just Another Confused Elephant, 2012) have been screened globally and won many awards; his video art works have been shown at the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens and at the Venice Biennale.

The 9th Athens Avant-Garde Film Festival is carried out in the context of “Cinephilia in the New Age II” which is funded by the European Union — European Regional Development Fund (Operational Programme ROP ATTIKI of NSRF 2014-2020). All actions are carried out under the auspices of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports.