Eva Stefani is a Greek video artist and director. She studied Political Science in Athens, and then documentary filmmaking at the Ateliers Varan (Paris), at the Tisch School of the Arts (MA, New York University), and at the Film and Television School (London). She also obtained a doctorate in Ethnographic Cinema at Panteion University in Athens. She filmed a considerable number of short and experimental documentaries,  some of which won awards at Cinéma du Réel, the Thessaloniki Film Festival, and SEE Docs in Dubrovnik. She teaches theory and the history of cinema at the University of Athens and is a guest professor at the Freie Universität in Berlin. Days and Nights of Demetra K. is her first feature-length film.


Using archival material of different sources, the film attempts an alternative reading of Makronisos, an island used as a concentration camp for supporters of the left after the Greek civil war

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It is a Greek national holiday and Molly, a woman or a dog, is bubbling through Athens. She walks on all fours among the parades, the people in uniform and the ancient plays.

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An experimental film based almost entirely on found footage and archival material (pornographic, historical, etc). It attempts to draw a parallel between the sacred rock and the female body, insisting on the continuous ideological exploitation of the temple for propagandist, economic and nationalistic reasons. The director interferes in the material, coloring, burning, and cutting the [...]

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The Box

An elderly woman dresses, combs her hair and sits in her armchair waiting for her favorite newsreader to appear every evening at 8 o’clock. She touches the screen, says a few words to her beloved and at the end she says good night.

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Life in Green

Mr. Lazaridis is a garbage collector in the 11th arrondissement of Paris. A committed union delegate, he is very attached to his work and his comrades. By following him during his working day, we discover the backstage of a little-known job and especially better understand the daily life of these men in green.

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