Konstantinos Kambouroglou will speak about his documentary “How to Steal a Chair,” which will screen as part of Graphic Stories Cyprus #5. How and why did he set out from New York, to tell the story of Stergios Delialis and the legendary, but unfairly lost, Thessaloniki Design Museum? And how did he end up witnessing the final battle of a war that had been lost 20 years earlier? Segments of the film will be screened and some chairs may be stolen.
Documentary "How To Steal A Chair"
When: Saturday 16th March, 2019 Where: Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation Time: 18:30-20:30 Τrailer: How To Steal A Chair
Born and raised in Thessaloniki, Greece, Konstantinos Kambouroglou is a New York-based independent filmmaker and media producer. Over the past two decades, he has worked with organizations such as The Documentary Group, PBS, HBO, ERT, MEGA Channel, and the Athens 2004 Olympics Organizing Committee. His short documentary, “To Build Strong Children,” about human trafficking and education, was an official selection at the Sacramento International Film Festival in 2014 and was recently broadcast by PBS (WHUT) in the Washington, DC area. Konstantinos holds a master’s in Journalism from Columbia University and is the founder of Gouse Films, Inc.