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Nikos lives in the attic of the family’s tailor shop. When the bank threatens to repossess the shop and his father fall sill, Nikos takes action: with a wondrously strange tailor shop on wheels, he reinvents himself while bringing style and confidence to the women of Athens.

  • 2021, Cleveland IFF, USA – International Narrative Competition
  • 2020, Tallinn Black Nights FF, Estonia – First Feature Competition
  • 2020, Thessaloniki IFF, Greece – First Run – Greek Film Fipresci Prize – ERT Award for a Greek Film – Youth Jury Award
  • 2020, Cinemamed, Belgium – Fiction competition
  • 2020, Sofia IFF, Bulgaria – Balkan Competition – CNC Award
  • 2020, Kosmorama IFF, Norway
Sonia Liza Kenterman
Sonia Liza Kenterman, Tracy Sunderland
Ioanna Bolomyti, Tanja Georgieva, Melanie Andernach, Isabelle Truc
Dimitris Imellos, Tamila Koulieva, Thanasis Papageorgiou, Stathis Stamoulakatos, Dafni Michopoulou
100 minutes
Greece, Germany, Belgium
West Coast

About the director

Sonia is a Greek–German film director and writer. She was awarded a MA in Directing with distinction at the London Film School. She has received a BA in Sociology at Panteion University and studied at the Art’s Theatre School for Drama at Stavrakos Film School in Greece. Her short film Nicoleta won 15 awards in 41 festivals. She was then selected by the Greek Film Centre to write and direct a short film, White Sheet. Tailor is her first feature film. Athens Dresden will be her second feature film which was selected at the MFI.