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, Dangerous Productions 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 the main guidelines, Dangerous Productions turn ideas into images and suggest innovative and creative promotion solutions.
Dada-Art was formed in 2001 by a group of artists from Greece, Ireland, England, France and Germany. The aim of the group was to transform on stage classic works of art with a new ‘dada’ approach.
Dada-Art during the last years expanded in activities into corporate events planning and production, T.V & Movie commercials, music clips, video clips and films.
Collaborations include artists such as Thievery Corporation, Marc Almond, Julie Cruise, Wim Mertens, Nouvelle Vague, Alice Cooper and in Greece, Diogenis Daskalou, Dimitra Matsouka, Stratos Tzortzoglou, Elena Penga, Dimitra Papathoma, Ieroklis Mixailidis and many more.
The moto is always the same: Brilliance with a twist
Two Thirty Five
Two Thirty Five is a film post production company, based in Athens, Greece. It serves the international film industry, working across all acquisition and distribution formats, both analog and digital. Since its establishment in 2007, the company has worked on numerous award winning films. Credits include: Beyond the Hill (Berlinale Forum 2012), Unfair World (San Sebastian 2011, Rotterdam Spectrum 2012), Man at Sea (Berlinale Panorama 2012), Attenberg (Rotterdam 2011, Sundance 2011, Venice 2010, Toronto 2010), Strella (Berlinale Panorama 2009), Correction (Berlinale Forum 2008) and many others.