Bankman, short film poster, London Greek Film Festival 2016
Bankman is a short film based on the concept of cyborgs,
this performance reviews the bankorg world, seen through the eyes of a man who lives and dies in the name of wealth. A combined attempt of cinematography as well as the performance art. London Greek Film Festival 2016 (experimental film category)


Performance ends with the phrase
‘’That’s a shame…’’.
What exactly is a shame?
By the creator’s point of view,
It is a shame that the political system creates human-machines in order
to maintain its function.
It is a shame that money became
the most powerful God.
It is a shame that life has no value.
It is a shame that people have no
freedom to think, feel and be happy.
It is shame when politicians lie.
It is a shame when citizens
like politician’s lies.
It is a shame that justice is not
independent.
It is a shame that love is not pure
anymore.
Credits:
Creative director, illustrator Stella Dimitrakopoulou