A documentary crew stumbles on Haroula, a desperate, overprotective Greek mother in search of her son, who is accused of fraud. Haroula, accompanied by her other son, who is disabled, and a Greek-African taxi driver, sets out to bring him back home where he belongs–even if this means Haroula will discover who her son really is.
- 2022 Thessaloniki International Film Festival – Best Newcomer Director, 4 Audience Awards
- 2023 Trieste Film Festival – Special Mention of the Jury Award, Audience Awards
- 2023 The Greek Film Festival in Berlin – Emerging Greeks Award
- 2023 Nominated for seven Iris Awards
Spiros Jacovides, Ziad Semaan
Eleni Kokkidou, Julio George Katsis, Kevin Zans Ansong, Achilleas Chariskos
About the director
Spiros Jacovides studied directing at Stavrakou College and film studies at the London College of Printing and was a guest student at the German Film and Television Academy Berlin (DFFB). He has worked as an assistant director on TV commercials and currently, writes, produces, and directs short films, web ads, and corporate videos. Black Stone is his first feature film.