Thomas Sideris

Thomas Sideris is an investigative journalist and documentary filmmaker. He studied Political Sciences and Public Administration at the Law School of the University of Athens and specialized in the mass media. He is a Ph.D. candidate in Human and Social Geography, and a member of the International Press Institute and the Journalists and Writers’ Foundation, based in New York. He has been honored with the Albert Schweitzer International Organization Award (2017), as well as more than 20 awards at film festivals around the world- including the Torch Award for his film Let Me Breathe (2021) and a distinction from the Botsis Journalism Foundation for The Noose (2018). His shows Unguarded Passage, Greek Communities, and Historia Minimas are broadcast on the Voice of Greece and the First Programme.