The Filmmaker Behind Papou
Papou is an indie film by first-time director Michael Angelo Zervos, a Greek Orthodox Christian in the USA. He talks about his feature, life and challenges of working in Hollywood.
Written by Chris Vlahonasios
Edited by Kyri Fuss
“If a story sounds good, I’ll consume it”, the words of Michael Angelo Zervos. A young filmmaker and founder of Mother and Midwife Pictures, a film production company based in Detroit, Michigan. He is also the creator of Papou, Zervos’ first feature-length which tells the story of a young boy dealing with the reality of losing his grandfather to cancer and his quest to live forever. For Zervos, Papou is the product of many long, hard years of working in the film industry, and a successful crowd-funding campaign.
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