Stathoulopoulos directing 'Love and Let Die'

His first film played in 2008 Directors' Fortnight

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CANNES -- Spiros Stathoulopoulos is attached to direct "Love and Let Die," written by Asimakis "Alfa" Pagidas, for Los Angeles-based Puzzle Pictures.

Stathoulopoulos' first feature, "PVC-1," played the Directors' Fortnight in 2007 and won the City of Rome Award.

"Love" centers on Damasus, a master seducer who encounters his long-lost childhood love. Theo Alexander is attached to play the lead.

Stathoulopoulos is repped by Endeavor.