Eleftherios Venizelos, one of Greece’s greatest statesmen, faces challenges that test his diplomatic and humanitarian skills during the critical decade from the Balkan Wars and World War I, up to the Asia Minor Catastrophe and the 1923 Treaty of Lausanne. His struggle is told through dramatized scenes, rare archival material, and expert interviews.
- 2023, Thessaloniki International Documentary Festival
- 2023, San Francisco Greek Film Festival
Apostolos Karakasis, Nikolas Papadis Papadakis
About the director
Nikos Dayandas is a Greek director, writer, researcher, editor, and producer who has worked on international co-productions for broadcasters such as NATGEO, ARTE, and ZDF. He collaborates with the American School of Classical Studies at Athens to produce films and has worked on promotional, corporate, and educational videos for a diverse group of clients.