Stathi Twins Write

  • 2 nomination for Blue Train in Greece, this time we are competing in Athens International film Festival!!

    We are so proud to be part of the 2 biggest film festivals in Greece this year!! We couldn’t have done this without our excellent team, so congratulations and very well done to all our amazing people  involved!!

  • Blue Train nomination in 38th Drama Film Festival in Greece :)

    Our film Blue train by Manolis Mavris has been officially selected for Drama Film Festival Competition this year!! We are looking forward to go !!

  • Blue Train nomination in this years Best Of British at Leeds International Film Festival

    Our film Blue Train is nominated in this year’s BEST OF BRITISH at Leeds International Film Festival, which also qualifies us for the BAFTAS 2015! Well done all !!

    The film has been selected over 600+ films and it will be screened on the 15th of November.

    According to their website: Last year’s Best of British programme’s included shorts which went on to win both live action and animation awards in the short film section at the BAFTAS as well as playing at a number of festivals internationally so that gives you a little feel for the sort of standard we’re after these days. The 600+ submissions we watched from the UK this year has included animations, documentaries, dramatic shorts and a fair few that defy standard genre rules, so, get along to one of this year’s shorts programmes and prepare to meet the feature film directors/ actors/ key grips of tomorrow.



  • Special Screening of “A Brief Moment in Time” on the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination

    The Producers of ‘A Brief Moment In Time’ organized a Special Screening of  the film together with a panel discussion including Kweku Mandela, Nelson Mandela’s grandson. The Screening took place at the Bulgari Hotel on Friday, 22 November, 2013; the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination.

    “A Brief Moment in Time” is a ground breaking exploration into the 1960s and the transformative lives of John F Kennedy, Robert F Kennedy and Martin Luther King constructed entirely from rare archival material.  The film provides an extraordinary opportunity for the audience to come to know these profoundly influential public figures without relying on present-day narration or interpretation.

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    1. Actor Colin Salmon with his wife Fiona Hawthorne

    2. Howard Goldstein, Producer of the film with Kweku Mandela, Craig Fleishman and with his wife Tali Magal

    3. Mando Stathi, Associate Producer with Kweku Mandela, Co Producer of the film

    4. Margherita Taylor, British broadcaster, TV and radio presenter, with Mr and Mrs Darfoor and Howard Goldstein, Producer of A Brief Moment In Time

    5. Kweku Mandela with Irish Ambassador Daniel Mulhall and his wife Greta

    6. Actor John Altman and his wife Diana with Sarah Pemberton



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