Υorgos Teltzidis has studied film directing and European culture and is a co-founder of the production company Long Shot Films. He is an alumni of the Berlinale, Sarajevo and Zurich Talent Campuses. Six of his scripts have been funded by the Greek Broadcasting Corporation and the Greek Film Center. In 2013, he received praise as well as the Panhellenic Film Critics Association award for his script Generator at the Drama International Short Film Festival (DISFF). In 2015 his short film Dye was nominated for the Hellenic Film Academy award, while in 2017 his short Film Dam won the Best Southeastern European Film award at the DISFF and was nominated for the Hellenic Film Academy award. He has served as member of Jury for the 41st DISFF (2018) and of the pre-selection committee for the 42nd DISFF. His first feature film Woof has been selected by the Mediterranean Film Institute and the Meetings on the Bridge platform and has won the Villa KULT Berlinale Residency award (Germany). In 2020 he won the Best Screenplay award at the DISFF for the film Vouta, directed by Dimitris Zachos. He has been awarded the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Artist Fellowship by ARTWORKS (2021).
Dam, 2017, 16'
Dye, 2014, 25'
Generator, 2013, 19'
Souls All Unaccompanied, 2021, 26'
Vouta, 2020, 16'