Η Γραμμή / The Line
Direction: Loukas Agelastos / Lukas Agelastos
Script/Script: Doris Avgerinopoulos, Loukas Agelastos / Doris Avgerinopoulos, Lukas Agelastos
Director of Photography/Photography: Katerina Maragkoudaki GSC / Katerina Maragkoudaki GSC
Editing/Edit: Loukas Agelastos / Lukas Agelastos
Producer/Production: Spyridoula Gkouskou, Loukas Agelastos / Spiridoula Gouskou, Lukas Agelastos
Country of Production/Country: Eλλάδα / Greece
Production Year/Year: 2019
Language/Language: Greek / English
Subtitles/Subtitles: English / English
A woman is hired as a telephone operator at a collecting company. She feels out of her waters and tries to adapt to the unprecedented working environment under the pressure of her boss.
A woman is hired as a telephone operator in a company. She feels out of her element and tries to adapt to the brand new work environment under pressure from her boss.
Loukas Agelastos is a director and photographer. He was born in Athens in 1977 and studied Social Sciences and Business Administration at Scottish universities and Film Directing through the Raindance Masters program at Staffordshire University in England. He collaborates with his wife, the director Spyridoula Gkouskou. Their first short documentary is The Unemployed Who Feeds the Homeless (2013) about the Social Kitchen, The Other Man had over 350,000 views in various Facebook and YouTube posts. Their feature-length documentary Me, the Other Man (My Human Self) on the subject of the founder of Social Kitchen Konstantinos Polychronopoulos and original music from the Underground Streams, premiered at the Thessaloniki International Film Festival in 2017 and was awarded as best documentary film at the "Bridges" Peloponnese Festival and won the Jury Prize at the Antioch Festival (Antakya) in Turkey.
Loukas Agelastos is a director and photographer. He was born in Athens in 1977 and studied Social Sciences and Management Business at Scottish Universities and Film Direction through the Raindance Masters program at the university of Staffordshire, England. He collaborates with his wife, the director Spyridoula Guskou. Their first Short Documentary is The Unemployed Who Feeds the Homeless (2013). The Other Man had over 350,000 views on various posts on Facebook and YouTube. Their feature-length documentary My Human Self about the Social Kitchen's founder Konstantinos Polychronopoulos premiered at the Thessaloniki Film Festival in 2017 and was awarded as the best documentary film at the Peloponnese Film Festival "Bridges" and won the Jury Prize at the Antakya Festival in Turkey.