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Filming in Greece – DAY 5

Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki

Just found out I will have time to go to Athens. Things are coming together quite nicely. I’m a bit short on interviews but for some reason I think I don’t need them at all.

I realize that people need to feel a documentary is authentic but let’s face it early in the game: it’s always about the director’s opinion. It’s their view, their findings, their logic. (more…)

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Filming in Greece – DAY 4

Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki

Day 4 – they still think I’m a greek. No, I’m joking but there was this one lady who stopped me and said a really-really long greek sentence. My best guess she was looking for some street but my greek is still a bit rusty – okay it’s never actually been built, but blueprints can be rusty, right? (more…)

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A Documentary about Greece II.

Making a low-budget documentary is often quite hard. Having almost unlimited money (I mean something like 1000s of euros) makes the job easier. However there is less soul in it for with unlimited resources I would just do another Star Wars Prequel. Ups, I mean documentary. Luckily for this one, budget is almost ready and […]

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