30 Nov Out at RodiArt Festival
SMouTh’s latest short film production “Out” is participating in the 3rd RoDiArt-Reflection of Disability in Art, held by the University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki from 3 to 10 December 2020, exclusively on-line.
“Out” will be accessibly screened (with Greek SDH captions and AD in Greek language) on Tuesday, December 8th, as part of the international competitition section of the festival, within the thematic “Searching art in life…”, starting at 19:30.
The screenings and all other activities of the festival can be attended through zoom platform. A registration is required for each session of the festival.
You can register to watch “Out” here
For the complete program and more information about RoDiArt please check here.
Concept, direction, text: Costas Lamproulis
Cinematography: Dimitris Vallas, Alexandros Chartonas, Giannis Chatziantoniou, Costas Lamproulis (LifeOfFilm productions)
Editing: Costas Lamproulis, Dimitris Vallas, Alexandros Chartonas
Set design: Dimitra ExarchouMusic (composition, orchestration, interpretation): Giorgos Gallos, Lefteris Gallos, Filippos Zoukas, Eleni Kyprioti, Stefanos Pallas
Recitation: Giorgos Gallos
Participants: Apostolos Lygdas, Athina Manoli, Katerina Bekou, Despina Bounitsi, Thanasis Saliampouchos
and Vassilis Arvanitis, Despina Daskalaki, Maria Kaprini, Eleni Katsiouli, Zoi Kolla, Haido Kollitsa, Katerina Koulountzou, Nikoleta Kafterani, Jenny Rapti, Christos Panagiotopoulos, Marianna Papadimitriou, Nantia Savva, Nikoleta Stylopoulou, Maria Tsirikoglou, Maria Chandrinou, Periklis Chastalis
Recording, mixing and master: Vassilis Liakos (New Age Sound)
Door construction: Dimitris Chouliaras
Production support: Thanasis Saliampouchos, Athina Manoli
Administrative support: Andreas Almpanis, Dimitra Zacharouli
Production: SMouTh (Synergy of Music Theatre)
Co-production: LifeOfFilm productions
As part of the initiative of the Deputy Mayor of Culture and Science of the Municipality of Larissa to support Larissa artists with proposals adapted to the new data due to the pandemic of covid-19.