Get to know the short film MINOTAUR. Playing at the Thurs. Aug. 27th Film Festival

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Thursday August 27th. 7pm. Carlton Cinemas in downtown Toronto

MINOTAUR, 5min, Greece, Experimental/Fantasy
Directed by Emy Bulloch

The myth of Minotaur given allegorically. A master narrator gives voice to Minotaur as he describes the heavy price that ancient Athens had to pay: the annual sacrifice of some of its youth, here en-boded by a mouse in the Maze. Ultimately, these kids symbolize the dreams of tomorrow that all of us have and are sacrificed in the alter of the altar of a false justice, that is reality.

Film Type: Short

Genres: Experimental, Fantasy, Fiction

Runtime: 4 minutes 53 seconds

Completion Date: August 21, 2014

Production Budget: 500 USD

Country of Origin: Greece

Country of Filming: Greece

Film Language: Modern Greek (1453-)

Shooting Format: Digital

Aspect Ratio: Scope

Film Color: Black & White and Color


Key Cast:
Sotiris Lepesiotis

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