ALIST DAILY interviewed Minos Papas about his process making the short film "A Perfect Journey" for Tumi x Tribeca, with US Ballroom Champs Denys and Antonina.
Minos Papas & Liz Sargent were one of ten filmmaking teams to be selected by Tumi & the Tribeca Film Festival to create a short film about artists on a perfect journey. For their film, Minos and Liz chose to work with US champion ballroom dancers Denys and Antonina (DNA) and filmed on location in El Sargento, Mexico. Watch the short here.
Indie Leader Random Media announces its slate of films being released in 2017, including Minos Papas' "Behind the Mirror".
"Tango on the Balcony" wins the Best Screenplay Award at the 5th Annual Delhi Shorts Film Festival in India.
For the masterful composition used in building an imaginary world that derives from the traumatic experience of the main character, the Best Director Award goes to Minos Papas for "Tango on the Balcony".
A Short Film About Guns, a documentary about the global arms trade and the need for an arms treaty, was selected for the Tribeca Film Festival 2013 short film line-up. Read the full Entertainment Weekly article here.
Sanela Djokovic of Film Monthly reviewed "Shutterbug" when the film was theatrically released in 2010.
Kam Williams of News Blaze reviewed "Shutterbug" when it was released in theaters in 2010.
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Andrew Shenker of the Village Voice reviews "Shutterbug" in 2010 when the film was released theatrically:
"Photographer, Camera, Subjects" by Jeanette Catsoulis
Minos Papas' first feature film "Shutterbug" was released theatrically in 2010 and reviewed by Jeanette Catsoulis for the NY Times. Read the full review here: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/19/movies/19shutterbug.html