Born and raised in Thessaloniki, Greece, Konstantinos Kambouroglou is a New York-based independent filmmaker and media producer with over 15 years of experience with organizations such as The Documentary Group (Key Constitutional Concepts), PBS (The Mormons, Looking for Lincoln, Faces of America), HBO (Teddy: In His Own Words), ERT, MEGA Channel, and the Athens 2004 Olympics Organizing Committee. His short documentary, To Build Strong Children, about human trafficking and education, was an official selection at the Sacramento International Film Festival in 2014 and was recently broadcast by PBS (WHUT) in the Washington, DC area. Konstantinos holds a master's in Journalism from Columbia University and is the founder of Gouse Films, Inc.
Heather Greer is a New York-based independent filmmaker and media producer with over 20 years experience. She was the cinematographer on The F Word, a feature-length documentary about freedom of speech that was an official selection at the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival and was purchased by IFC in 2006. More recently, she directed and produced Voices That Heal, a documentary about the Shipibo culture of Peru that was an official selection at festivals around the world, including BAFICI and the Female Eye Film Festival (Best Documentary Nomination). Heather received her master's from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at the Tisch School of the Arts and is the founder of Black Tartan, Inc.
Director of Photography
Andreas Siadimas is a Thessaloniki-based film director and cinematographer with over 15 years of experience. In 2004, he founded Dangerous Productions, a film production company that has produced award-winning content, including Sitting by the Truth (Audience Award, 13th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival) and Handset Type (Best Film Prize PEKK, LGFF Odyssey Award, TISFF Cinematic Achievement Award). Andreas is a former technical supervisor and adjunct professor in cinematography at the Film Department of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.