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Video: Constantin Moriatis • producer

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LUX Prize 2010, European Parliament

Interview with the producer of Plato's Academy after its pre-selection for the European Parliament’s LUX Prize. Moriatis explains why he thinks the film is interesting and expresses his opinion about European cinema

Producer Constantin Moriatis talks about the film Plato's Academy [+see also:
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after its pre-selection for the European Parliament’s LUX Prize. The film, says Moriatis, is interesting because, although it is structured in a traditional way, its direction and acting represent an innovative approach in cinema. Moriatis also expresses his own opinion about European cinema, saying that it should be more open to exchanges and collaborations.

Watch the other interviews of the Lux Prize 2010:

Giorgio Gosetti • director of Venice Days
Adriana Solomon • producer
Antonin Svoboda • producer
Tobias Lindholm and Michael Noer • directors
Marco Morabito • producer
Grégoire de Bailly • producer


international title: Plato's Academy
original title: Akadimia Platonos
country: Greece, Germany
year: 2009
directed by: Filippos Tsitos
screenplay: Alexis Kardaras, Filippos Tsitos
cast: Antonis Kafetzopoulos, Anastas Kozdine, Titika Sarigouli

main awards/selection

Locarno International Film Festival Leopard for Best Actor (Antonis Kafetzopoulos)
LUX Prize of the European Parliament 2010 In competition

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