ACROSS OCEANS ARTS : PROJECTS
film & media
Research in integrated media and live performance, new creations and production services.
19 shorts and documentaries screened at festivals and exhibits in Canada, Greece, Singapore, Indonesia, Japan, and Australia.
Papoutsia: shoe show “audience choice” and "critics pick" with visual artist M.Hanafi 2006 Indonesian Bienale Jogjakarta.
Inter-arts projects in which live performance and media performance and digital interactiveness are integrated as integral performers in the stage production such as “My heart is a spoon”, “Old Stories”, “Moments in Time”, and “Memory” project.
Film/TV work includes TV documentaries and specials including: the three-part documentary series “The Greeks” with the National Geographic Society aired on PBS and featured in the NatGeo exhibition at The Field Museum Washington D.C., Pointe à Callière Montreal, Canadian Museum of History Ottawa and that left a legacy of massive wall art that watches over the Athens port of Piraeus Greece, by artist "Ino" of a child looking up at the ancient philosopher Democritus; "Closer to Truth" Crete episodes on cosmology, created and written by Robert Lawrence Kuhn, co-created, produced and directed by Peter Getzels, also aired on PBS TV; production services for scenes/song segments for “Bang Bang” directed by Siddarth Anand, starring Hritik Roshan, Katrina Kaif, by FoxStar India; production and talent management for Yash Raj Films India for scenes/song of "Tiger Zinta Hai" directed by Ali Abas, starring Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif that got over 420 million Youtube hits.