Nomadic Originals thrives on telling stories that deserve to be told.
Our aim is to uncover compelling stories and bring them to life by developing powerful and thought-provoking narratives. We want to ensure that at Nomadic we’re always producing poignant, original content that is not only inspiring but highlights timely world issues in a timeless way.
Nothing has made us prouder than our latest original venture, the short documentary film:
Life Will Smile.
Life Will Smile is the inspiring true story of 275 Jewish people who survived the Holocaust, on the Greek Island of Zakynthos, thanks to the bravery of the Christian community who came together to protect them.
This unique story of survival and the human spirit was directed by Nomadic founder Drey Kleanthous and produced by Steve Priovolos, with narration from one of the last remaining survivors, 84-year old Haim Konstantini. Just 10 years old, in 1943, Haim tells this story of courage and resilience through the veiled innocence of childhood.
A co-production by Nomadic & Terramagma Pictures, Life Will Smile is produced under the auspicious UNESCO and the New York based Greek-America Foundation, promoting Greek ideals across North America.
The documentary was screened to the community of Zakynthos in October 2017, attended by friends and family of Haim Konstantini and many others affected. Life Will Smile is currently on the festival circuit and private screenings are planned in 2018 in London, Los Angeles, New York and Athens.
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