Dimitris Koutsiabasakos

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Dimitris Koutsiabasakos was born on 1967 in Trikala, Greece. Discover Dimitris Koutsiabasakos’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?

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BirthplaceTrikala, Greece

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A documentary on the experience of the actor’s training Athens 2010. A group of young people are auditioning to enter a drama school and start taking their first steps in acting. The documentary not only captures their dreams and concerns throughout this three-year study, but also displays their development as artists and human beings as well.

Markos, an ambitious young journalist on a provincial television channel, is trying to retrieve a gun stolen from his Candid Camera-type show. His search leads him in the dead of winter to his mother’s neck of the woods, one of the abandoned villages on the southwestern slopes of Mount Pindos. In his attempt to get the gun back, he comes up against Elias, a strange young man who is the Guardian’s son of the village. Their clash will have unforeseen results both for the two young men and for the few inhabitants of the village.

Dimitra Koutsiabasakos lives alone in the village of Armatoliko, in the mountain range of Pindus. Next to her house flows the ancient river Acheloos, which is the physical border between Armatoliko and Mesochora villages. Near this place a great dam is being built, a key-work for the diversion of the Acheloos river. Dimitra’s house lies exactly in the middle of the area destined to become a lake after the construction of the dam. Two of her grandchildren, Dimitris and Costas, decide to pay a visit to their grandmother and make a documentary.

Beginning of the previous century, in a neoclassical house in Athens a writer lays out his new novel. That morning, things take an unexpected turn as his novel’s characters pay him a visit.


‘Frida’ draws inspiration from the life and work of the Mexican painter Frida Kahlo (1907-1954), presenting a modern choreographic approach to her experiences. A woman of explosive temperament, Frida Kahlo leads an eventful life, despite the grave physical and psychological wounds she sustained after a traffic accident at the age of 16. Recurring surgery, mind numbing pain and great stretches of time with her left confined in hospitals or wheelchairs do not exterminate her passion for life and art, but only deepen the need to express herself.


A “road-movie” documentary about Pindus Mountains and their people. Nikos Anastasiou, a Greek travelling grocer has been making the same itinerary with his wife Sophia, since 1980. Once a week, all year long, starting from Trikala city they visit the abandoned villages of the southwestern Pindus mountains, a 75 kilometers drive. In the past few years, their two sons, Kostas and Thimios follow them to this moving and exceptional journey, that reveals so many aspects of Pindus and its people. The documentary follows their trip during the four seasons of the year.


Dimitris Koutsiabasakos is a Greek film director, writer, and independent producer, known for his documentaries, series, short and feature films. He was born in 1967 and studied movie and television direction at the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography, in Moscow, Russia (V.G.I.K.). Since 2000, he teaches film acting at several Drama Schools, among which the National Theatre of Northern Greece. He has been a lecturer both in the Department of Cultural Technology and Communication at the University of the Aegean and the Faculty of Fine Arts, School of Film Studies, at the Aristostle University of Thessaloniki. His work has been critically acclaimed and has received many national and international awards.

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