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Tonight, the first of a two-part conversation with Konstantinos Kambouroglou, director of the film: How to Steal a Chair, May 26, 2016

May 26, 2016

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I think I can safely say that I’ve known Konstantino for most, if not all, of his adult life. He’s a friend…he’s also a deep thinker and feels things just as deeply. He’s also a storyteller…and a filmmaker. So knowing him I 13239017_1547849385511174_1188945112417342712_nknow that How to Steal a Chair is much more than a film about a man and a failed museum. I’m glad we had this chance to sit down and talk about it.

Here’s the logline for the film:

A meditation on passion and lost dreams, this modern Greek tale follows a once famous13230253_1546416362321143_1022148870747197908_n-1 design educator and collector as he struggles to salvage his legacy.

Please tune in tonight at 7pm to my radio program Graffiti to listen to the first part of my conversation with Konstantino on Hellenic Public Radio, WNYE, 91.5 fm. Or listen on-line at the HPR website. Tune in on June 9 for the second half of this conversation.

Here are a number websites that may interest you:

CLICK HERE for the HOW TO STEAL A CHAIR Facebook Page.

CLICK HERE for for the HOW TO STEAL A CHAIR website at IFP.

Remember, tune in tonight at 7pm for the first part of our conversation then again in two weeks on June 9, for part 2.

 

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