Fotis Psycharis has been a teacher at a public elementary school in central Athens, Greece for 30 years. The vast majority of his pupils are the children of migrants and refugees. The absence of a common linguistic and cultural code prompts Fotis to develop his own teaching method, combining many different arts and pedagogical approaches.
She looks at the world with curiosity and joy, as if she discovers it anew each day. She grew up bilingual (Greek-German) in Greece, a citizen of the world since age 6, when for 7 years in a row she would spend alone, with children from 5 continents, her summer holidays in the Alps in southern Germany, at a school full of colour, play, nature, were German was the linguafranca. She graduated from the German School and studied communication and media at Ludwig Maximilian’s University, Munich, as well as photography at the Photographic Circle in Athens. "Good Morning Mr Fotis" is her first feature film.