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Christos Karamanis

Based in Greece

Christos Karamanis, an esteemed cinematographer, was born in Thessaloniki in 1966. His passion for the audiovisual arts led him to study at the renowned Stavrakos Film School in Athens. He began his career in the early 90s, venturing into the world of filmmaking.

In 2001, Christos took on the role of Director of Photography for the film "Athens Blues," directed by Y. Panousopoulos, marking the beginning of his journey as a cinematographer. Since then, he has been involved in over 20 feature films, short films, and documentaries, consistently showcasing his exceptional talent and artistic vision. Additionally, his extensive portfolio includes more than 300 commercials, many of which have earned prestigious awards. Notably, he was recognized with the Best Cinematography award at the Virtuoso Awards for the ACTION AID spot titled "The Hand."

Some of his notable works encompass renowned film titles like "The Nan Movie," "Monday," "Soy Nero," "Suntan," "Tale 52," "Wednesday 04:45," "Norway," and "Chevalier." Christos Karamanis' contributions to the world of cinematography have been recognized and celebrated throughout his illustrious career.



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