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Alexandros Avranas


Alexander Avranas, born in Larissa in 1977. He started studied sculpture at the Athens School of Fine Arts (1998-2001) and then he continued at the Universitat der Kunste Berlin. With his first film "Without" he win seven awards at the 49th Film Festival of Thesaloniki and suggested for the Best Director Award at the International Film Festival of... See full bio »

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Miss Violence Director
(2013)
Without Director
(2008)
Love Me Not Director
(2017)
Dark Crimes Director
(2016)

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 2017 Love Me Not
 2016 Dark Crimes
 2013 Miss Violence
 2011 Ektos ton teihon (TV Series documentary) (1 episode)
- Home-made (2011)
 2008 Without
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 2017 Love Me Not
 2013 Miss Violence
 2011 Ektos ton teihon (TV Series documentary) (1 episode)
- Home-made (2011)
 2008 Without (writer)
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 2013 Miss Violence (producer)
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 2022 My People (Documentary) (special thanks)
 2020 Allimono (Short) (special thanks)
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Alexander Avranas studied sculpture at the Athens School of Fine Arts and continued with postgraduate studies at the UdK in Berlin and under the famous British sculptor Tony Cragg. He studied on Greek State scholarships in 1998-2000 and in 2004-2006 for his studies of sculpture under professor Y. Lappas. He has participated in several group exhibitions. His various awards and distinctions include... See more »

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