About Gabriella Kapsaski
|Also Known As||:||A.G. Kapsaski, Andrea Gabriella Kapsaski|
Gabriella Kapsaski is a writer and theatre & film director/producer. Kapsaski has a long background in theatre. She was the founder and Producer of the "Ancient Theatre Alive Festival" (2000-2002) as well as producer for the Antitheatro, Athens (1998 - 2002) and Act Provocateur International (2005-2006) at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She also produced and co-wrote two Radio series, "Europe between the Wars" (1981-1982) [ET1] with Kostas Mazanis and "Under the Light of the Full Moon" (1981-1983) [ERT2], National Radio Greece. She produced the films "Spidarlings" (2016, released by "Troma" in 2018), "My Head Hurts" (2000) and "Films Confiscated from a French Brothel" (2019). She is the Co-Founder and C.E.O. of Après Vague Productions and was a producer for 37 episodes of the US TV show London Calling. Kapsaski directed "Artemis of the Wildland" (2018) and is in pre-production for "Kawaii" (2019).