(Co-Founder/Producer) Mantalena Papadatou holds a BA in Communication and Mass Media as well as an associates degree from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts of New York. Her theater production credits include the off-Broadway show Anna and Vladimir: The Love that Rocked the World for which she received and award from UNESCO,Coffeehouse Magik (Unfringed Festival), Interview,Sons and Daughters, and Good Morning and Goodnight (Red Soils Productions). Her film credits include the independent feature film The Always Win, Tenacious Butterfly, Pushing The Walls, and Unfinished Business, which was accepted into several film festivals such as the New York Independent Film Festival among others. She also appeared in Amazon’s Style Code where she worked as a beauty model.
(Co-Founder/Director/Playwright) Fotis Batzas studied film directing at the Northern Film School in Leeds, UK, and acting in the Academy of the National Theater of Greece. As an actor he collaborated in the theater with directors such as Michael Cacoyiannis (Coriolanus) and Franco Zeffirelli (Pagliacci). Fotis appeared in several sit-coms in Greece and Cyprus, and in the awarded film Straight Story. As a film director, he directed the short film Caged. He also, translated and directed for the theater, Joe Orton’s Ruffian on the Stair. In NYC, Fotis participated in Hotel Mediterranean, directed by Nadia Foskolou at the Between the Seas Festival and Privatopia directed by Handan Ozbligin at LPAC. He portrayed Agamemnon in the homonymous ancient Greek Tragedy by Aeschylus, at LaMaMa. Fotis appears at the HBO show Vinyl, directed by Terence Winter.