WRITER //// DIRECTOR //// CHILL GUY //// ZERO DISCIPLINARY ARTIST ////  



SELECTED PROJECTS:

Film:

     
  1. MEAT PUPPET
  2. DOUBLE TAP
  3. GOOD BOY
  4. RIGHT PLACE WRONG TIM

Commercial:

  1. QUICKBOOKS ‘CLOWNS’
  2. QUICKBOOKS ‘HIDE AND SEEK’                      
  3. KFC ‘KFT’
  4. CAMDEN X MARMITE
  5. SKEPTA SK LEVEL PROMO

Art:

  1. 3D ART                  
  2. LAST SHOW BEFORE WE DIE 

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ABOUT:


EROS V is a British-Greek writer-director from London, known for making high-octane, all-killer-no-filler genre films. His acclaimed work fuses choreographed cinematography, punchy rhythm and striking comedy, and has been broadcast on Disney+, Channel 4, as well as played at many international film festivals including SXSW, London Film Festival, Lisbon, Sitges, Fantastic Festival, Fantasia, Encounters and more.
Eros’ breakout short, ‘RIGHT PLACE, WRONG TIM’ starring Asa Butterfield (Sex Education), played at LFF 2018 & SXSW 2019 before being broadcast on Channel 4 in the UK. His follow up, ‘DOUBLE TAP’ starring Olive Gray, premiered at SXSW 2020. His most recent film ‘GOOD BOY’ starring Patricia Allison, premiered at Fantasia 2022, and will be released in 2024.
He is currently in post production on his next project ‘MEAT PUPPET,’ starring David Jonsson (Rye Lane) and Máiréad Tyers (Extraordinary).


In addition to film, EROS works across commercials, fashion promos and visual art. His portfolio includes work for artists and brands including KAPPA, SKEPTA, CAMDEN BEER, KFC, PHILLIPS & more. His recent horror-comedy commercials for QUICKBOOKS won Gold at the YA British Arrows. He is nominated for Best New Director at the 2023 Shots awards.


EROS’ hobbies include laying on the floor and drinking water. He was diagnosed with Autism as an adult, which has had a profound impact on his life and work. He is passionate about neurodiversity, and improving accessibility and understanding about it’s effects on the work environment, and on mental health - particularly for young people who remain undiagnosed.







For more information on how ASD & ADHD impact EROS’ life and work,and  best practices for making the workplace more inclusive visit the neurodiveristy suite here:


   

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