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24th Athens International Film Festival

Theraic Dawn

Α truly revolutionary documentary that challenges the stranglehold of conventional aesthetics.

The selective affinities between Stavros Tornes and Kostas Sfikas lead to a decision that was more radical then than it seems now: to co-direct a documentary about Santorini that circumvents island folklore, tourist cliches and picture postcard sunsets.

Employing a handheld aesthetic, Tornes and Sfikas sabotage Santorini's trademark beauty with a much grittier image. Α truly revolutionary documentary that challenges the stranglehold of conventional aesthetics. K.S.

Σκηνοθεσία / Directors
Stavros Tornes, Kostas Sfikas

Σενάριο /Screenwriters
Stavros Tornes, Kostas Sfikas

Φωτογραφία / DoP
Giorgos Panousopoulos

Ελλάδα / Greece
1967
Ασπρόμαυρο / B&W
35mm
20'
Αγγλικά / English

 


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