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Angeliki Antoniou (Greek: Αγγελική Αντωνίου) is a Greek film director and screenwriter. She studied architecture in Greece and film direction at the DFFB (German Film and Television Academy in Berlin). She works as scriptwriter and director in Greece and in Germany. In 2006 she taught film direction at the Film School of University in Thessaloniki. She lives between Athens and Berlin. She has directed feature films, short films and documentaries. Her films have been awarded in numerous international film festivals.

Feature film Eduart participated in more than 40 film festivals and has received 18 awards[1][2][3][4] in Greece, France, United States and the UK.

Filmography (selection)

As director and screenwriter

Persephone (1987)
Gefangene Des Meeres (Prisoners Of The Sea) (1989)
Donusa (1992)
Tänze Der Nacht (Dances Of The Night) (1996)
Verspielte Nächte (Nights, Gambled Away) (1997)
Heimlicher Tanz (Secret Dance) (1999)
Allein Unter Männern (Alone Among Men) (2000)
Messerscharf (Sharp Like A Knife) (2001)
Eduart (2006)

As screenwriter

Das Glück Sei Unbeweglichkeit (1990)

See also



^ Eduart received Golden Antigone and a special mention by the Young People's Award (CMCAS) at the 29th Montpellier International Mediterranean Film Festival, France, 2007
^ Eduart received 9 State Cinema Awards at the 47th Thessaloniki International Film Festival, Greece, 2006
^ Eduart received the FIPRESCI (Federation of International Film Critics) award and the Greek Union of Film Television and Audiovisual Technicians (ETEKT) award at the 47th Thessaloniki International Film Festival, Greece, 2006
^ Eduart received the Orpheus Award for Best Feature and Best Direction at the 2nd Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF), United States, 2008

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