, 1829 - 1876
Six times prime minister of Greece.
, 1794 - 1872
Politician of the 1821 Revolution.
, 1896 - 1928
, 1830 - 1873
The first statue-maker of modern Greece.
, 1878 - 1959
, 1943 - 1998
, 1936 - 1998
Born in Tripolis (Arcadia) in October 1937, he completed his studies in Athens. He began his film career in 1958 working as an assistant director on 54 films. In 1968 he made his first full-length feature for Finos Film The Young Runaway. Panic and The City Jungle followed in 1969. In 1970 his film Abuse ofAuthoritγ became the biggest Greek box office hit ever made and was screened in thirty-six countries. That same year he stopped making films. Stavros Tsiolis returned to filmmaking in 1985 with Such a Long Absence. It was followed by About Vassilis (1986), Invincible Lovers (1988), Love Under the Date-Tree (1990), Please, Ladies, don’t Cry (1992) which he co-directed with the late Christos Valakopoulos and The Lost Treasure of Hursit Pasha (1995).
Love Under the Date-Tree
Don't Cry Such A Long Absense
The Lost Treasure of Hursit Pasha
This text is cited Apr 2003 from the Hellenic Ministry of Culture URL below.
, 1783 - 1846
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