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TIED captures the struggle of 320 unpaid seamen of the Lesvos Shipping Company, one of Greece's most historic maritime companies, in 2015. With many trapped in the company's vessels in Drapetsona, a part of the Piraeus port and away from the spotlight, the camera captures their efforts to receive wages for seven months. TIED follows the seamen from the docks to the Prime Minister’s office during the most critical time in Greece's modern history.

Tassos Morfis is the editor and co-founder of AthensLive. He has worked as a reporter and field producer for Greek and foreign media including Channel 4 and CNN International. Morfis has served as a consultant for the Council of Europe and the World Association of News Publisher’s Global Advisory. He is a 2015 fellow of the Robert-Bosch Stiftung “Reporters in the Field” program at Berliner Journalisten Schule, a 2018 Tow-Knight Fellow at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism in New York, and an Onassis Scholar.

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  • Runtime
    53 minutes
  • Language
    Modern Greek (1453-)
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  • Director
    Tassos Morfis
  • Producer
    Tassos Morfis