Spiros Antonopoulos


is a psychonaut boldly exploring the interstices of consciousness. He is a mystic and a mischief-maker. His motto is slack, his faith cinema, his practice darshan. He swims in the evocative and gestures at literal.


He did not seem to hear me. But a few moments later he put his hand on mine and his eyes clearly indicated that I should lean closer. he then said very slowly, but altogether distinctly, the following words which I record here exactly:

“What does it matter? All is grace.”
He died, I believe, just after.
-George Bernanos, Diary of a Country Priest
as quoted in Devotional Cinema by Nathaniel Dorsky