When given impossible orders by the Nazis, a group of Auschwitz prisoners have a debate in their barracks.
Eleftheromania is an award-winning short film directed by David Antoniuk, written and produced by Joanna Tsanis, and produced by Gregory C. Pappas and Chuck Scott. Eleftheromania follows Auschwitz survivor Piroska (portrayed by Academy Award Winner Olympia Dukakis) as she recites a true story about a group of Greek-Jewish prisoners confronting a moral dilemma.
Eleftheromania is available for rent on Vimeo.
All profits from online sales will go towards Holocaust Survivor Emergency Funding at Jewish Family & Child.
AWARDS & RECOGNITION
2018 Cyprus International Film Festival – Winner ‘Nostimon Imar’ Golden Aphrodite Award
2018 Toronto Shorts International Film Festival – Winner ‘Best Drama’
2018 Mindfield Film Festival – Winner Diamond Award ‘Best Short Film’
2018 Mindfield Film Festival – Winner Gold Award ‘Best Drama’
2018 Mindfield Film Festival – Winner ‘Best Short Script’
2018 Canada Shorts Film Festival – Winner ‘Award of Commendation’
2018 Los Angeles Greek Film Festival – Nominee ‘Best Short Film’
2018 Yorkton Film Festival – Nominee ‘Golden Sheaf Award’
2018 Raindance Film Festival – Official Selection
2018 Bridges International Film Festival – Official Selection
2018 International Short Film Festival in Drama – Official Selection
2018 Montreal Greek Film Festival – Official Selection
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Eleftheromania is a co-production with Ideamaker Films and Iota Films
FILM SUPPORTED BY THE NICK MIRKOPOULOS CANADIAN CONTENT INITIATIVE