Yannis Maroudas

Yannis Maroudas

Born in Athens, 1968.
He studied history at the Athens’ University and Cinematography at Eugenia Xatzikou Film School. Worked as director assistant in several TV series and programs and as free-lance copywriter for advertisement firms.
Since 1989 he has been working as a professional scriptwriter for television and cinema. In 1999 he published Scribola, a collection of Sci-Fi short stories. His play Children’s Voices won the 2nd National Award for Best New Writer in 1996.
His documentary Labyrinth was funded by the 2005 Media Program. Since 2007 he teaches scriptwriting in the Section of Cinema Studies of Aristotle’s National University of Thessaloniki.

Treasurer of the Board of the Scriptwriters' Guild of Greece since May 2007.



Slaves in their bonds (Sklavi sta desma tous), feature film directed by Tonis Lykouressis, based on Constantinos Theotokis novel. Co-scriptwriter with Maria Vardaka and the director, 2008
2nd Prize for Fiction Film, Best Screenplay Award, Best Director Award, Best Leading Actor Award, Best Supporting Actor Award, Best Supporting Acress Award, Best Music Award, Best Sound Award, Best Art Director Award, Best Costume Design Award -Greek State Awards, 2008


Dying for the Truth: Script adaptation to film documentary of Nikos Megrelis. Producers: Οdeon & Faliro House Productions, of CL Productions, Film In Mind Productions, in co-production with: Greek Film Center, ERT, Neo Minima, supported by the International Federation of Journalists, 2011.



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