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THE TELEMACHY

by Alexander Nally

synopsis

Α journey of self-discovery inspired by Homer’s Odyssey. It follows Telemachus, an Anglo-Greek boy who runs away from home in order to find his true father Ilias on the Greek island of Skiathos. Throughout the film we encounter characters with overlaying themes that remind us that everyone has a story to tell.

original title: The Telemachy
country: United Kingdom, Greece
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Alexander Nally
film run: 119'
screenplay: Alexander Nally
cast: Constantinos Markoulakis, Patrick Fryer, Andrew Paul, Florence Hall, Eleni Apostolopoulou, Sonny Gill Dulay, Lysette Anthony, Harvey Virdi
cinematography by: Gabriel Loukeris
film editing: Alexander Nally
art director: Dimitra Liakoura, Jenny Hawes
costumes designer: Dimitra Liakoura, Jenny Hawes
music: Joshua Field
producer: Dimitra Gyftopoulou
co-producer: Alexander Nally
production: Matchbox Productions Ltd
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