Film director Nikos Panayiotopoulos dies
Greek film director Nikos Panayiotopoulos died on Monday at the age of 74.
Panayiotopoulos was born on the island of Lesvos in 1941 and studied cinema in Athens and Paris where he lived from 1960 to 1973.
He was awarded in international film festivals. Some of his well-known films are “A Night to Remember,” “Delivery” and “Athens-Istanbul.”
His latest film, “Rembrandt’s Daughter” was released a few weeks prior to his death.
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