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Kyriaki Malama
 
film & theatre director
 
 
 

 

Country of residence: Greece
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Languages: Greek, German  
 
Countries of interest for collaboration: Members of European Union & Swiss 
 
Films or projects of interest: fiction feature films, documentaries, TV & theatre productions 
 
Experience: TV director in Greek Public Television, 18 years, head of the Education – Entertainment Department 1 year
 
Works:
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Participation in the Theatrical Performances:
“Six Characters in Search of An Author” by L. Pirandello
“Ifigenia in Tauride” by Euripides, with the People's Experimental Theatre“Medea” by Euripides, with the troupe “Desmoi”
“Christopher Columbus” by N. Kazantzakis, at the DIOETHE of Serres
“Mountain Language” by H. Pinter with the theatrical group “Simeio”
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Cooperation with ERT SA , 4th Greek Radio Program( 1983-1991)
Teaching “Theatrical games & Education through art” at schools of the Municipality of Neapoli-Thessaloniki, Collaboration with the Department of Musicology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and direction of the musical performance of “The Threepenny Opera” by B. Brecht, Organisation and direction of the musical - dance theatre performances “Clubbing” at the Mylos events centre in Thessaloniki for three consecutive seasons  (1992 – 1995), Director of the tragedy “Ifigenia in Tauride” by Euripides and participation in the Festival of Ancient Olynthus (2000), Direction of performances at the State Theatre Organisation of Cyprus (THOC) “Antigone” by Sophocles (2001),“The tightrope walker” by Genet (2004,  “Cursed Poets” (K. Karyotakis, M. Polydouris, A. Rimbaud, S. Baudelaire, S. Plath) (2009),  Director in daily domestic productions of Greek TV, ERT 3 on social themes, such as “Alithina Senaria”, “Diaspora”, “Kyriaki sto chorio” and others. (1995 – 2013), Director of the following socio-political documentaries with stops in Sarajevo, Palestine, Israel, Albania, Cyprus, the Asia Minor coast, Pontus, Turkey:  “Human Stories”, series of 6 episodes (1996), “Neighbours without a name (1998),  “On the Traces”(1998), "Jerusalem - Sarajevo: Wounds of Two Cities" (1999),“Red – Black”(2000), “Vasko Karatza”(2000),“You and I”(2001),“39405 - A testimonial” (2001),“Captain Kemal”(2001), “Black Flag” (2002),“The other side”(2002), “Madame Despina”(2003), “In the City”(2003), 2003: “Women in Little Paris”(2003),  “Albanian Melodrama” 2003, “Memory and Vision” 10 episodes 2004,“Troubled Years”, series of 14 dramatised episodes(2005-7),“A Legacy”, series of 10 dramatised episodes (2012-13).
 
Education: People's Experimental Theatre & Veaki's Theater Schools in Athens (1981-4), theoretical seminars and theatrical practices of the theatrical organisation “KYTTARO” in Athens (1982-3). Director's Degree, Arts Committee of Vienna ( 1990).
 
Certifications & professional memberships: Greek Directors Guild  
 
Show reel online and work samples:
www.malamakiriaki.blogspot.com
 
Other: Distinction at the International Documentary Festival of Thessaloniki for the film “The Other Side” (honourable mention), a tribute to my overall work and my contribution to the creative art of the Documentary by the 13th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival (2011), Audience Award for a Greek film under 45’  for the film “In deep agony” (from the series “A Legacy”) at the 15th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival (2013), Best Creative Documentary for the film “Foreign Country” (from the series “A Legacy”)  at the International Greek Film Festival of London (2013).
 

 

Website: www.malamakiriaki.blogspot.com
 

 

Contact 
Email: malama.kiriaki [at] gmail.com
                                                
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