Susana Kalemou

Scriptwriter

Born:

06.03.1980.

Education: 

Film and Media, University of Greenwich

Film Studies, New York College

Place of Residence:

Athens (Greece)

Writes in Languages:

English, Greek

Biography

Second Unit Director- Sold Out (Feature Film) 2010

Assistant Director, Production assistant – Our passion (Margaret Haines, 2017)

Script: Simon and Lucy (2007), Cuckoo (2016), Music for Ordinary Life Machines (2018)

Sound Recorder: Independent Short Films 2007-2014)

Music Video Editing 2017-2018

Sample of previous work

Projects in development

HANDS OF FATE

short fiction
first draft of the script

A scientist accidentally falls into the time travel paradox and finds himself struggling to end the loop he is in.

Attached to the project: no partners attached
Looking for: producer

Keywordsscience fiction, time travel

More from Projects

Filmography and Awards

2015 THE WILL, short, director

My five favourite films

  1. Waking Life (2001)
    by Richard Linklater
  2. Donnie Darko (2001)
    by Richard Kelly
  3. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
    by Stanley Kubrick
  4. The Holy Mountain (1973)
    by Alejandro Jodorowsky
  5. Dreams (1990)
    by Akira Kurosawa

Favourite scene I wrote

EXT. ALLEY – DAY

ROY appears between ROY who pulls the trigger of his gun and OLDER ROY. He drops dead on the ground. ROY holding the gun is shocked but OLDER ROY is calm and looks at his watch.

OLDER ROY

Pay attention to the exact time

next time, will you?

The HOODED MAN runs downstairs and exits the alley

OLDER ROY

Experiment succeeded. Take my notes

and leave. But first, give me the gun.

ROY

What about him?

ROY points at dead ROY. OLDER ROY picks up the briefcase, where there are no cut hands anymore.

OLDER ROY

I’ll take care of this… again.

ROY

What do you mean?

OLDER ROY

Just remember, gasoline is stored

in the recycled bins of the

mortuary this time tomorrow.

ROY

What?

OLDER ROY

I said gasoline is stored in

the recycled bins of the mortuary.

When you snap out of it.

My favourite film quote

“Stop, Dave. I’m afraid.”

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)