Georgis is a writer/director/editor born and raised in Greece. He went on to study Social Psychology in the UK before he completed an MA in Directing Fiction at the National Film and Television School (NFTS) in 2012. He is a member of the Greek Film Academy and Alumnus of the Berlinale Talent Campus.

His second short, N’ Me For Myself, won the Greek Film Academy Award in 2009 and has been distributed to Canal +, Cinefil TV, Wholphin DVD magazine and VOD. His next short, Reverse, was produced by Sarajevo Film Festival, where it premiered in 2010. His latest short, 45 Degrees, was characterized by Le Monde as one of the little diamonds of Clermont-Ferrand ISFF 2013; it has been distributed in international TV channels and the French cinemas. All three films have been screened in total in more than 100 festivals worldwide and won over 20 awards

Georgis is currently developing his debut feature Digger, which has so far been granted the Nipkow Programme fellowship, support from the Greek Film Center, ERT broadcasting and the Greek-French Co-production Fund. The project has been selected for the 2015 Sundance Screenwriters Workshop,  and is one of the six projects selected for the 31st session of Cannes Cinefondation Residancy in Paris.


2007   Vicious Circle, 11′
2008   And me for myself, 20′
2009   Reverse, 18′
2010   Now What, 9′
2011   The Case of Regina Scalici, 17′
2011   From Nowhere, 16′
2012   Revolving, 21′
2013   Celtman, 12′
2013   Zermatt Unplugged, 9′
2014   45 Degrees, 14′
2015   C, 5′
2016   Digger,  in development