Loukianos Moshonas



Loukianos Moshonas was born in 1985 in Athens and raised there. He is strictly half-greek, half-french. He studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Lyon and Paris, before attending the Famu film school in Prague. Throughout these years he experimented with installation and video art, but eventually started directing short fictions and documentaries, some of which were screened in festivals. His short Que Rien de Tout ceci (May None of This All) was the only contemporary film to be screened with the complete films of Dziga Vertov and of Godard\'s Dziga Vertov Group, in the International Documentary Film Festival of Marseille in 2009. In 2009 he was admitted at the Fresnoy Studio National des Arts Contemporains, a postgraduate multidisciplinary program based in Lille and funded by the French Ministry of Culture. There he directed a medium-length film, Charles and Quentin, about two young graphic designers at work having a silly, strange and melancholic conversation. He is writing His Wing, Indubitable within Me, his first feature film.

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