REA APOSTOLIDES - producer

rea@anemon.grRea studied Ancient & Modern History at Oxford University and has been a documentary researcher and producer since 1995. She was the researcher of Universal’s “Captain Corelli’s Mandolin” and Asst. Producer for the BBC2/ERT-1 documentary Are you Captain Corelli? which was BBC’s most watched arts programme in 2001. Recent work as a producer includes IDFA-nominated "Kismet" (Al Jazeera, ARTE, ERT, SVT, YLE, BTV, CYBC), Grierson shortlisted "The World's First Computer" (BBC4, PBS, ARTE. NHK), Hellenic Film Academy and FIPA D’OR winner "A Family Affair" (ABC TV, OTE-TV, Greek Film Centre) and Focal Award winner "A Place Without People" (ARTE, ERT, TV3, MNET TV, EBU Korea, RTBF, TVP, Afridocs). Cross-media projects include “Twice a Stranger”,“A Balkan Tale” and "War & Peace in the Balkans", produced with partners in the UK, Germany, Sweden, Turkey, Cyprus, Albania and Serbia. Rea co-organises CineDoc, a year long documentary festival in Greece and is co-ordinating the EDN-lead MovingDocs distribution network.

YURI AVEROF - producer

yuri@anemon.grYuri has studied Anthropology and Sociology at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland and has researched, produced and directed more than thirty documentaries for the award winning series "Reportage Without Frontiers", broadcasted by ERT. Recent work as a producer includes IDFA-nominated "Kismet" (Al Jazeera, ARTE, ERT, SVT, YLE, BTV, CYBC), Grierson shortlisted "The World's First Computer" (BBC4, PBS, ARTE. NHK), Hellenic Film Academy and FIPA D’OR winner "A Family Affair" (ABC TV, OTE-TV, Greek Film Centre), Thessaloniki Doc Festival winner "Little Land" (Habitat/WWF Awards / ARTE, ERT, ORF, DR) and Focal Award winner "A Place Without People" (ARTE, ERT, TV3, MNET TV, EBU Korea, RTBF, TVP, Afridocs). Cross-media projects include “Twice a Stranger”,“A Balkan Tale” and "War & Peace in the Balkans", produced with partners in the UK, Germany, Sweden, Turkey, Cyprus, Albania and Serbia. Yuri also co-directed, wrote and edited "1821", a highly successful and controversial documentary series for SKAI TV Greece.

KYVELI SHORT - production & outreach

kyveli@anemon.grKyveli graduated from King’s College London in 2014. Since then she has worked on three feature films as second assistant director and on two short films as production assistant. She is co-director of the San Francisco Greek Film Festival. Kyveli joined Anemon in 2015 and is co-ordinating the outreach campaign of the EDN-lead MovingDocs distribution network.

ELEKTRA PEPPA - head of production & finance

info@anemon.grElektra studied "Product and System Design Engineering" at the University of the Aegean in Syros and received a Master's degree in "Independent Film Video and New Screen Media" at the UEL in London. After her studies, Elektra collaborated with film production companies in Greece and in UK and worked as a production assistant of an Advertising company, coordinating annual exhibitions in Athens. Elektra has worked with Anemon since 2009, supervising Finance and acting as a production co-ordinator.  She organises the company’s film shoots, communicates with free-lance personnel and is in charge of festival participation, outreach, and marketing.

ANDREAS APOSTOLIDIS - writer / director

andreas@anemon.grAndreas is a well known novelist and director in Greece. He has directed over 80 episodes of the award winning series "Reportage Without Frontiers", a current affairs documentary strand broadcast weekly by the Greek National Network.  In 2006 he completed "The Network", a film about the illicit trade of antiquities and the book "Looting and Trade of Antiquities". Recently completed projects include "A Place Without People", a film about wildlife conservation in Africa, "Twice a Stranger", about population exchange in the 20th century, and "1821", a doc series about the Greek War of Independence.

STELIOS APOSTOLOPOULOS - DoP

stelios@anemon.grStelios is an award winning cinematographer with over 20 years of experience in documentary, fiction and advertising. Recent work as as a DoP includes “ A Family Affair”, “Little Land”, “Twice A Stranger”, “1821” and “Sayome” and “A Place Without People”. Stelios specialises in nature and underwater film-making and is a permanent collaborator of WWF and Greenpeace. He has directed the documentary "The Call of the Mountain", which won the Prix Via Stella – France 3 at the CMCA, the Prize for Best Photography at the Sole Luna Festival, the Audience Award at the Agon Archaeological Film Festival and the Mid-Length Doc Award at the Halkida Docs FF.

NIKOS DAYANDAS - writer / director

nikos@anemon.grNikos studied Archaeology (BA) and Documentary (MA) in London. He has researched, produced and directed several documentaries for the Greek National Network ERT. Films with Anemon include Thessaloniki Doc Festival winner "Little Land" (Habitat/WWF Awards / ARTE, ERT, ORF, DR) , "The Secret of Snake Goddess" (co-directed with Christian Bauer for HISTORY TV, ZDF, ERT and AVRO) and "Sayome" (ARTE, ERT, Greek Film Centre) which won the URTI Grand Prix at the Monte Carlo Film Festival in 2012 and the Fipresci Critics Award at the Thessaloniki Docs Festival.