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 Espace Pierre Cardin
Tuesday 16 May 2017 - 19h00
  • Tuesday 16 May 2017 - 19h00

length: 1h30


Anestis Azas author, director

Farmakonisi
Reading-performance


The migrants’ tragedy between documentary and fiction.
On January 2014, eleven migrants lost their lives when their boat sank near the Greek island of Farmakonisi. This tragic event has been the starting point for Anestis Azas and his team who have created a piece about the attitude of the justice system towards the major issue of refugees and migrants faced with European closed borders. Following the tradition of documentary theatre, backed by many months of research, “Farmakosini” utilizes the personal accounts of people associated with the event and lies somewhere between a reconstruction and on-stage testimony.

 

 

 

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script
Anestis Azas, Martha Bouziouri & l’équipe
direction
Anestis Azas
research & dramaturgy
Martha Bouziouri
set & costumes design
Eleni Stroulia
lighting design
Cecilia Tselepidi
sound
Panayotis Manouilidis
vidéo
Kostas Babis
direction assistant
Paraskevi Lypimenou
set design assistant
Zaira Falirea
with
Dimitris Daskas, Cybele Kastoriadis, Dimitra Kontou, Polydoros Vogiatzis, Omid Rawendah, Charles-Roger Bour

 
 
 
 
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