Chinatown – The Three Shelters
Fiction, 91 ΄, 2018
Synopsis: Cleo, a Greek-Chinese girl brought up with love and light in the hills of
Cyprus, finds out on her 18th birthday that her long-deceased father was murdered by the Chinese mafia. She swears to take revenge. An old friend of her father’s, Cook Lin, helps her while his young assistant falls in love with her. Cleo begins searching for the killers, but soon discovers that Cook Lin holds a well-kept secret…
She studied Film and Screenwriting at the University of Southern California (U.S.C.) and the New York University (N.Y.U), Tisch School of the Arts. She also completed postgraduate studies in Philosophy at the New School for Social Research (Fulbright scholar). In New York, she worked at the experimental theater La Mamma E.T.C and directed the play “Closer” by Patrick Marber (2002). For the stage she has also directed “Festen” by Thomas Vinterberg, “Dinner with Friends” by Donald Margulies, “Hurly Burly” by David Rabe, “The Life of Others” by Albert Ostermaier, “Gethsemane” by David Hare, “I is Another” by Michael Azar, “A Streetcar Named Desire” by Tennessee Williams and “Caligula” by Albert Camus.