"It seems to me, the time has come to walk the right way, on the wrong path and there is only one way we won't get lost... -Let's forget each other but let's not forget..."






"What I am unforgiven for, is not my constancy with my obsessions, but my obsession with constancy..."






"During the time I wanted to use a bomb, no organization would accept me. So I dropped my bombs with Singapore Sling, Morning Patrol and Sweet Bunch. And these are not sofa films..."






"I consider Hell a magnificently erotic place. Of course I believe in Hell as a solution, and if we could establish it here and now, it would be something wonderful."






"I live in movies 24 hours a day. And when the movie of my life is no good, I change my life. I don't need to constantly print all of that on film."






"I speak when I have something important to say. Besides, I am very lazy. I believe I am more creative through my laziness."






"...Moreover, I am a someone who never took himself seriously. It was only when I started generating enemies that I got a bit smug and started to believe that something grand is happening to me."






"I was annoyed by dependency... I think I may have betrayed some people, just to feel more lonely, more complete, more independent and free to express myself."






"My characters are by no means fragile and are never shattered. They are simply free willed. They choose to be unproductive and they are anti-consumers of possessions and ideas."






"For me, a woman is a divine yet simultaneously catastrophic being. The women I know are demonic creatures. They own the rights to everything. And I like them that way, even though they corner me against a wall."

Νιkos Nikolaidis (1939-2007)


Nikos Nikolaidis, the multi-award winning director and writer, was born in Athens on the 25th of October 1939. His directorial debut began with the short film: Lacrimae Rerum 1962, and his official entrance into world of filmmaking was in 1975, with the feature film Euridice Β.Α. 2037. Aside from film directing, Nikolaidis has worked for a record company and has put his signature on more than 200 television commercials.

 

He is the only Greek filmmaker to have been awarded five times as "Best Director" at the Thessaloniki Film Festival, yet never for the "Best Film" category.


He passed away on the 5th of September 2007.

 

 

 

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FILMS BOOKS THEATER
  • 1962 Lacrimae Rerum 11'
  • 1968 Unconditionally (Anef Oron) 45'
  • 1975 Euridice ΒΑ 2037
  • 1979 The Wretches Are Still Singing (Ta Kourelia Tragoudane Akoma)
  • 1983 Sweet Bunch (Glykia Symmoria)
  • 1987 Morning Patrol (Proini Peripolos)
  • 1990 Singapore Sling 
  • 1993 The Girl with the Suitcases (To Koritsi Me Tis Valitses) TV film
  • 1999 See You in Hell, My Darling (Tha Se Do Sti Kolasi Agapi Mou)
  • 2002 Loser Takes All (O Hamenos Ta Perni Ola)
  • 2005 The Zero Years
  • 1964 The Grave Diggers ( I Timvorihi)  Short Stories
  • 1977 The Angry Balkan (Orgismenos Valkanios)  Novel 
  • 1980 The Wretches Are Still Singing (Ta Kourelia Tragoudane Akoma) Screenplay
  • 1984 Sweet Bunch (Glykia Symmoria)  Screenplay
  • 1993 Pigs in the Wind (Gourounia ston Anemo) Novel 
  • 2003 Loser Takes All (O Hamenos Ta Perni Ola)  Screenplay 
  • 2007 A hit in the eye of Montezuma (Mia Stekia Sto Mati Tou Montezouma) Novel
  • 1996 The Seven Boxes Of Pandora (Ta 7 Koutia Tis Pandoras) by: Vassilis Ziogas


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