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iMan. Directed by Lyubov Kryvokhyzha. Greece, 2013. 13'. UK Premiere.


Film Category: Short Fiction

Original Title: iMan

English Title: iMan

Greek Title: iMan

Duration: 12:27

Country of origin: Greece

Director: Lyubov Kryvokhyzha

Producer: Lyubov Kryvokhyzha

Production Company / Companies: Independent Production

Brief synopsis in English: John is totally absorbed with his smartphone in a restaurant waiting for his girlfriend, Maria to celebrate his nameday. His focus on the phone brings tension to the relationship and the evening, with Maria leaving in furry. Following on the next scene we find John is at work and keeps playing with the phone bringing confrontation with the his boss. The problems occur also with his best friend even in a wedding at a church.

Brief synopsis in Greek: Ο Γιάννης στην εορτή του είναι κολλημένος με το κινητό του περιμένοντάς στο εστιατόριο την κοπέλα του, Μαρία. Η εμμονή του με το Smartphone του φέρνει ‘ένταση στην σχέση και στη βραδιά με τη Μαρία να φεύγει έξαλλη. Στην επόμενη σκηνή βρίσκουμε τον Γιάννη στη δουλειά όπου συνεχίζει να παίζει με το κινητό του φέρνοντας τον σε αντιπαράθεση με το αφεντικό του. Η εμμονή του δημιουργεί προβλήματα και στον καλύτερό φίλο του σε ένα γάμο στην εκκλησία

Release Date: November 2013

Original Format: DVCAM (HD)

Script: Lyubov Kryvokhyzha
DOP – Camera Operator: Christos Moraitis
Sound Recording: Prokopis Papagiannellis
Assistant Director: Elena Demestixa, Prokopis Papagiannellis
Editor: Mixalis Spiridonos
Starring: Janis Agriomalos, Maria Kaliva, Constantinos Vassilopoulos,Renata Kapetanaki
Extras: Katerina Tsouri , Aggelos Faradatos, Giorgos Tsialos, Katherine Stergiou, Sonia Zormpa 

Original Language(s): Greek

English Subtitles: YES

Previous screenings / festivals worldwide: Independent International Internet Short Film Festival (2015)

Awards and nominations: People’s Choice Award




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