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Nancy Biniadaki

The short film The moon and I written and directed by Nancy Biniadaki, won the Grimme Prize awarded every year by the institute of that name in Germany to top quality, innovative and pioneering television productions, which promote television as a means of communication. The film was produced by Wolkenlenker, Berlin 2015, for the German TV channel ZDF.

The Moon and I won its prize in the children and teenagers' productions category, winning the prize for direction and production and for the performance of the young star, Vincent Hagn, who was 6 when the film was shot. He's the youngest ever holder of the Grimme Prize in its 53-year history. As the scholar explained to us, her inspiration for the story was the performance for children Come on!, devised, directed and performed by Xenia Kalogeropoulou at Porta Theatre for the 2010 Athens Festival. Nancy Biniadaki directed the video projections for that show, which featured the moon as co-star. The silent film will be screened soon at numerous festivals worldwide.