Stefanos Psaromiligas

Filmmaker and Subtitlist in Athens, Greece

Stefanos was born in Chania on the Island of Crete, but grew up in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

After obtaining a degree in Film Studies and Foreign Languages at the University of Toronto and a Certificate in Film Production, Directing, Script-writing and Editing at the Vancouver Film School, he made the life-altering decision to relocate to Athens, Greece.

For two and a half decades, Stefanos has applied his knowledge to editing music videos and television commercials, script translations, subtitling motion pictures, photography and film distribution for several companies based in Athens and has directed various plays, two of which are Jean Cocteau's, "The Human Voice," and Aristophanes', "Wasps."

Currently he is preparing to direct an original stage play and is working on the script for a feature film.

He is a permanent associate and Member of the Board of Directors at the Athens-based film distribution company, P.C.V. S.A., and continues to translate and subtitle films, television series and documentaries.

In August, 2014, he founded, with four more colleagues, and is Vice-President of the Social Cooperative, "Duende", to promote the arts for the benefit of the community in Athens.

He nurtures a great love for photography and dogs and is an avid opera and classical music fan.

For him, Music is the language of God while the Cinema is the evolution of all Arts combined.

"Be and do" is his motto and is a self-proclaimed

Hellenic Myth Hunter.

  • Work
    • Film Distribution, Subtitling
  • Education
    • University of Toronto
    • Vancouver Film School
    • Riverdale Collegiate Institute