Mini Bio (1)
Dimitri Logothetis immigrated to America with his parents at age six. He grew up in Los Angeles, went to high school in the South Bay were he played football, and attended college at Loyola Marymount were received a Masters in Film and Television. Dimitri made a short film at Loyola which he produced and directed called Call Me Kaiser. The film won seven national and international film festivals. Since his early days as director and writer of acclaimed feature films, television and documentaries, Dimitri has excelled in all genres ranging from dramas to thrillers and comedies. In addition to his artistic endeavors, Dimitri Logothetis has run three companies, managed hundreds of employees around the world, and implemented over one hundred fifty million of production financing. In 2011 he became the President of Motion Pictures for Kings Road Entertainment, which produced Kickboxer and The Big Easy as well as The Best of Times, Dimitri is developing several Kings library projects as remakes. He is not only an award winning filmmaker, but has had several significant milestones in his career including in 2013, winning the Monaco Film Festival for his documentary Momo, The Sam Giancana Story, as well as Executive Producer/ Showrunner of two Warner Brothers TV series, developing and Executive producing Stephen Kings Sleepwalkers for Columbia Pictures. Directing four TV pilots, and making one of the highest selling most successful documentaries of all time, Champions Forever with Muhammed Ali.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Tim Logothetis