Award Winning Short Film “Fawns” Is A Cinematic Masterpiece About Love And Letting Go

Greek director Thanasis Tsimpinis will move your heart with his stunning short film FAWNS.

The film, which took home the award for best cinematography at the 20th Athens International Film Festival, is about two men who fall deeply in love and shows their love story in a black and white flashback. They know that when you love something, sometimes you have to let go.

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Tsimpinis said the motivation to create the short film came to him “out of the blue. I was reading about the life of deer and I stumbled upon the very story my film describes. I thought that this story could be relevant to any being that feels love for another being.”

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