What The Butler Saw

"Kis Gabor: The Man Who Left" is a mockumentary about fictional avant-gard video artist Kis Gabor and his life and works in the 60s in Hungary and Czechoslovakia.

Presented at
2017, Yeni Tzami, "Retracings" exhibition, Thessaloniki
2016, Municipal Art Gallery, "Retracings" exhibition, Athens
2012, Macedonian Museum of Modern Art, "Invisible Cities" exhibition, curated by Denys Zachariopoulos, Thessaloniki
2012 RE-culture Patra / MOVING IMAGE 2, Patra
2011, ET-1 Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation, "Mona-Zyga, Dika Sas" program

Written and directed by Andreas Vakalios
Translated and narrated by Kostas Vakalios
Schwarz Anna: Eva Kerti
Dr. Nagy Otto: Thodoris Kanakis
Young Schwarz Anna: Fili Olsefski
Production Assistants Thanasis Kanelopoulos, Andreas Kanakis

Music: Morton Feldman "For Frank O' Hara" and Illes "Az elso villamos"

Photos of Kis Gabor from the director's personal archive
Prague's old Townhall photo by D. Kosak - Orbis Praha
Photo of Alexander Dubcek from http://formaementis.wordpress.com/2010/01/05/on-this-day-january-5-1968/
Photo of Milos Forman from http://www.listal.com/viewimage/472226
Photos of May 1968 in Paris from http://www.melbournecinematheque.org/2008/specials/cinema_68.html and Bruno Barbey/Magnum Photos
Prague's video from "The unbearable lightness of being" by Philip Kaufman and youtube.com
Budapest's videos from youtube.com
Jancso Miklos interview from the documentary "Beszelgetes Jancso Miklossal, 2008 nyaran" - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foup1JNZAlA

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Andreas Vakalios

Andreas Vakalios's works from 2009 until today.

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