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SHUTTERBUG official theatrical trailer
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• Shutterbug was released theatrically in the US (New York and LA) and in Cyprus.

• Reviews:

"Expressionistic and eerie! Referencing 'Blow Up' and 'After Hours,' it's a late night descent into post-industrial hell."
-- Andrew Schenker, VILLAGE VOICE


"Mystical, off-the-wall and trippy!."
-- Ronnie Scheib, VARIETY

"(A film of) haunting figments. Director Minos Papas channels both David Lynch and Dante's Inferno."

"Intermittently beautiful! Inspired by Dante's Inferno and Greek mythology, SHUTTERBUG invites us on a photographic odyssey through nighttime Manhattan."
-- Jeanette Catsoulis, NEW YORK TIMES


"A lovely arthouse film in the grand old tradition. CLASSY!" 


[Shutterbug] “does not look or sound like a typical Indie film. The film looks like it was shot with a much larger budget... [The filmmakers captured] obscurity, intrigue and an underbelly world with the dark, and constructed a dreamlike sense of hope with lights and colors.”
-- Sanela Djokovic, Film Monthly.


“Papas creates a haunted netherworld of lost souls... thoroughly disorienting and at times harrowing, quite impressively lit, shot and cut by Papas and his crew.”
--Joe Bendel,


Feature Film

90 min   |   English  I  2009

Writer/Director  I  Minos Papas

Producers  I  Nando Del Castillo, Rossana Rizzo, Brett Molé, Minos Papas


Nando Del Castillo, Stella Velon, Ariel Blue Sky, Doug Barron, Frank Cadillac, Brett Molé

A photographer catches a glimpse of another dimension with his lens. His sense of reality shaken, obsessed and haunted, he embarks on a journey to discover the supernatural source of his visions.

A romantic, metaphysical odyssey through the dark underbelly of New York City.


Award of Merit - LA Indie Fest

Aloha Accolade - Honolulu Int'l Film Festival


LA Indie Fest

Honolulu Int'l Film Festival

3rd NYC Greek Film Festival

Trinidad & Tobago EU Film Festival

NY Public Library Non-Print Film Series

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