Serafeim Ntousias was born on 4th of April 1986 in Larissa, Greece, where he was also raised. He studied at the Aegean University in the Department of Cultural Technology and Communication from which he graduated in 2008 with a specialization in Audiovisual Arts. He then moved to Athens where he co-operated with renowned artists including Alkistis Protopsalti and Heaven Music, Lakis Lazopoulos, Patrikios Kostis, Lakis Gavalas, Petros Lagoutis, Eleni Apostolopoulou, Iwannis Papazisis, Gogo Brebou and others.
He has also attended numerous seminars and conferences such as “Analysis modern films” (with the Greek renowned director Angelo Frantzi), “Cultural Convergence & Digital Technology”, “Social Sciences Today” of the School of Social Sciences of the University of the Aegean and “Revisiting the Political, Anthropological and Historical Research on Greek Society”. Serafeim Ntousias has also awarded from Athens Video Art Festival.
After that the London Film School, the International Film School since 1956, offered him a place on the Film-making Degree.
26th of February, 2011, Serafeim Ntousias won the 1st Directing Award for his short film "Lost Toys" and the 1st Best Short Film for the same movie at ARTFOOLS Film Festival and on the 24th of October the Visitors Choice Award from the 4th London Greek Film Festival.
Finally, the National Film and Television School offered him a place for the Master of Producing and Directing Television Entertainment (validated by the Royal College of Art).