Jacqueline Lentzou

Feature Film
The Film All-Nighter

Manila, Philippines. Jay wakes up from a dream about a place where he’s never been. A nightmare in which he had to save his two daughters. In the middle of a strange city where the children carry their houses on their backs and the sun shines so feebly you can stare straight at it without going blind: Athens.

Awards for ›Hiwa‹
Audience Award – Athens International Short Film Festival 2017 | Raskin Spirit Festival Award – Minimalen Short Film Festival, Norway 2018

Director / Contact

Jacqueline Lentzou


Konstantinos Koukoulios


Smaro Papaevangelou


Nick Linardopoulos

Sound design

Leandros Ntounis


Melchor Lopez, Jerahmeel Zsara Lopez, Kirsten Tisha Luis, Jessafe Agsi


Jacqueline Lentzou, Vicky Miha

Jacqueline Lentzou

Jacqueline Lentzou was born in Athens in 1989 but grew up in Thessaloniki. She graduated from the London Film School with distinction. Her work revolves around the subjects of growing up, loneliness, modern family structures, intimacy and dreams. Before Hiwa celebrated its premiere at the 67th Berlinale, she made several short films and a music video. Lentzou is currently working on a full-length feature film On the Name of a Father: Selene66.

Films by Jacqueline Lentzou
Fox 2016 | Luz 2015 | Thirteen Blue 2013