Dangerous Productions was founded in 2004 in the city of Thessaloniki, Greece by Andreas Siadimas, and is today, a well recognized production company in collaboration with top professionals in the audio-visual arena.
An ongoing presence in established local and international film festivals with a series of documentaries, as well as a constantly growing client list make Dangerous Productions an exciting and dynamic production force, with great prospects for the future.
Having invested in both knowledge and state-of-the-art equipment, we cater to a very wide range of audio-visual productions in this digital era.
With versatility and adaptability to the needs of each individual project as our main guidelines, we turn ideas into images and suggest innovative and creative promotion solutions.
Our goal is to provide high quality productions for a very competitive price.
I studied economics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and at the University of Greenwich in London. During my studies, I got into photography. My involvement was at an artistic and professional level. I have exhibited my work in 2 solo and 2 group exhibitions both in Greece and in Germany.
Since 2000, I’ve worked in numerous productions for various travel programs, as director of photography and technical supervisor. In 2004, I founded Dangerous Productions, a film and video production company.
I participated in the Balkan Fund competition during the Thessaloniki ‘s International Film Festival, with a screenplay whose working title is “Try It”, and in 2006 I participated in the Mediterranean Film Institute competition with the same screenplay.
I collaborated with the BBC on the documentary “Origins of Art”, with Atlantic Productions on the documentary “Ancient Greek Murder” from the “Mummy Autopsy” series, and with Channel 4 on the documentary “The First Greek Papyrus”.
In 2008 I received 3rd Greek National Cinema Award at the Thessaloniki International Film Festival for the film “Rosmarinus Officinalis”.
From July 2007 until February 2010 I collaborated with the School of cinema of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.