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New publication: Journal Paper “A Quest for Eternity” is published in Screenworks

My research documentary “A Quest for Eternity” is published in Screenworks (open access academic journal for film and media practice).
Check out the documentary and article here: https://screenworks.org.uk/archive-volume-12-1-a-quest…
A Quest for Eternity (2020) is a fifty-five-minute documentary which explores some very specific elements of Theo Angelopoulos’s form and style. The documentary is divided in four chapters and each chapter focuses on a different part of Angelopoulos’s style. The creation of this documentary is the main methodological tool of this research project, which aims to collect data from semi-structured interviews in order to provide new insights regarding the ways to present alternative historical narratives with the use of cinematic space in Theo Angelopoulos’s work and to create a strong example in the ways that we can use cinematic tools as contemporary filmmakers to present alternative historical narratives through creative practice.
Credits:
Producing-Screenwritting-Directing-Editing-Videography: Dr. Iakovos Panagopoulos, PhD
Supervisors: Prof. Erik Knudsen, Dr. Gary Bratchford
Sound Design&Music Scoring: @Thanos Mpikakis (Thanos Bikakis)
Camera Assistants: Christos Karampelas (Jer Soup), Kostas Chaidos (Kostas Chds)
Graphic Designer: Konstantina Chamalidou (Konstantina Chamalidou)
Voice Over: Lina Petrianou (Lina Petrianou)
Subtitles: Stavros Kozobolis (Stavros Kozobolis), Iralia Kotsakidou (Iralia Kotsakidou)
Interviewee’s: Prof. Irini Stathi, Prof. Andrew Horton, Prof. Seraphim Seferiades, Dan Georgakas, Dr. Spiros Gangas, Dr. Richard Rushton, Petros Sevastikoglou, Margarita Manta, Artemis Skoubourdi
Archive Footage Used: Theo Angelopoulos Heirs Association, Hellenic Army Television Service
Special Thanks: Phoebe Economopoulos, Theo Angelopoulos Heirs Association, Hellenic Army Television Service, Irini Stathi

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