In a special boarding school that trains teenage girls into professional mermaids, 16-year-old Akame experiences a metamorphosis and discovers a secret about life, love and the end of the world.


The debut feature film of multi-awarded filmmaker Konstantina Kotzamani (Electric Swan, Limbo, Washingtonia).


Festivals / Awards
Torino Film Lab, Faliro House | Sundance Mediterranean Scriptwriters Workshop, Cinemart – Rotterdam IFF, EAVE – Ties That Bind, IFFAMACAO – Creative Excellence Award

• In-development debut feature film, Greece-France-Spain-Romania

 

 

Director
Konstantina Kotzamani

Writer
Konstantina Kotzamani

Producer
Maria Drandaki

Co-producers
Birgit Kemner, Luisa Romeo, Radu Stancu, Nina Frese

Associate producer
Kyveli Short

Produced by
Homemade Films

Co-produced by
Manny Films, Frida Films, deFilm, Wunderlust

With the support of 
Eurimages, Greek Film Centre & ERT (GR), CNC (FR), ICAA & ICEC (ES), CNC (RO), TFL Co-proudction Fund, BR/ARTE & Creative Europe – MEDIA

A Palestinian refugee living on the fringes of society in Athens gets ripped off by a smuggler and sets out to seek revenge.


The debut feature film of multi-awarded short film and documentary filmmaker Mahdi Fleifel (A World Not Ours, A Man Returned, A Drowning Man).


Festivals / Awards
Supported by the joint program of the Hubert Bals Fund and the Netherlands Film Fund – Rotterdam IFF

• In-production debut feature film, UK-Greece-the Netherlands-Denmark

Director
Mahdi Fleifel

Writer
Mahdi Fleifel, Jason McColgan

Producer
Geoff Arbourne, Mahdi Fleifel

Co-producers
Maria Drandaki, Maarten Van der Ven, Layla Meijman, Per Damgaard Hansen

Co-produced by
Inside Out Films (UK), Nakba FilmWorks (UK), Homemade Films (Greece), Studio Ruba (the Netherlands), Paloma Productions (Denmark)

  

In three ports, in Greece, China and Tanzania, small dreams of common people meet the big dreams of a global trade network and shape the face of a common future sealed by cutting edge  infrastructure, super-machines and rambling  algorithms.

Renowned documentary filmmaker’s Christos Karakepelis‘ (The House of Cain, Raw Material) upcoming feature documentary.

• Documentary feature film in development, Greece-France

Director
Christos Karakepelis

Writers
Christos Karakepelis, Natasha Segou

Associate producer, researcher, consultant
Antigoni Papantoni

Co-producer
Julie Paratian

Producers
Maria Drandaki, Argyris Papadimitropoulos

Produced by
Homemade Films, Sister Productions

With the support of
Greek Film Centre, ERT S.A., ΕΚΟΜΕ, CNC – FAI Aide au développement renforcé, Région Nouvelle Aquitaine Fonds Film, Creative Europe – MEDIA

A pariah and his dog experience the pandemic as a triumph of the outcasts and deconstruct the threat of death politically, socially and existentially.

Upcoming feature documentary by renowned documentary filmmaker’s Christos Karakepelis‘ (The House of Cain, Raw Material)

• Documentary feature film in post-production

Director
Christos Karakepelis

Writer
Natasha Segou

Director of photography
Giorgos Giannopoulos

Collaborators in photography and camera
Panagiotis Stergianos, Giorgos Salameh, Giannis Lascaris, Giorgos Moutafis

Editor
Mirto Karra

Producer
Maria Drandaki

Produced by
Homemade Films

With the support of
Greek Film Centre

Densely populated Athens has become a ghost town as a result of a dangerous epidemic that is spreading rapidly. The remaining inhabitants – both infected and not – are trapped in the limbo of quarantine, and the new order is determined by a simple rule: whoever controls the streets controls the city. Thus, a gang of nationalist taxi drivers has spread its filthy tentacles across the dead-zone metropolitan highways. Andi, a sturdy forty-something drift driver, and Pina, a neurotic young zombie, have kidnapped the leader of the terrifying gang nicknamed “Uncle,” keeping him tied up in the trunk, and are driving his taxi, named Joe, incognito out of town. The destination is HOPEPUNK, a queer squat in the middle of nowhere. There, “Uncle” will answer for his crimes.

 


A genre short film by visual artist and filmmaker Vasiliki Lazaridou.


• In-development short film

Director
Vasiliki Lazaridou

Writer
Vasiliki Lazaridou

Producers
Maria Drandaki, Phaedra Vokali

With the support of
ERT S.A., Greek Film Centre

 

Maria is caught between childhood and adolescence. After the sudden death of her classmate, she is once again confronted with loss. As she attempts to cope with this absence, Maria tries to find her own way to say goodbye to her loved one.


Despina Kourti’s new short film after Ourania and Old West.


• Short film in post-production

Director
Despina Kourti

Writers
Vangelis Serfas, Despina Kourti

Director of photography
Aigli Drakou

Production and costume designer
Maria Eva Mavridou

Make-up designer
Ioanna Lygizou

Producers
Maria Drandaki, Kyveli Short

Produced by
Homemade Films

With the support of 
Greek Film Centre & ERT S.A.