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Stephanie Andreou

(she/her)
Director / Editor
Los Angeles, CA US
Available for Freelance
Stephanie is a filmmaker currently based in Los Angeles. Her films have sought to further performance as a function of documentary and often explore anti-imperialism, survival and zombie late capitalism.

About

Born in London and raised in Cyprus, she gained her BA in Fine Art with a focus in video art and sculpture in the U.K. before crossing the pond to receive an MFA in Computer Art from the School of Visual Arts in 2012. She has worked as an editor for over eleven years on documentaries that have screened at Sundance, True/False, Tribeca, Full Frame, New York Film Festival and Rotterdam as well as Academy Award nominated for Best Feature Documentary - TIME. In 2017 she was UnionDocs Collaborative Studio Fellow where she made two short films about artist collectives and organizers. In 2019, she became a Karen Schmeer Film Editing Fellow and screened for the True/False Film festival. She was recently chosen for the 2021 cohort of the Sundance Art of Editing Fellowship and attended the 2022 Sundance Documentary Edit and Story Lab as well as the True/False Film Festival and Catapult Film Fund Rough Cut Retreat. Shes received support from The Gotham, New York State Council for the Arts and the Sundance Institute for her film Freedom is a Place. Her debut feature documentary, Women Walk Home, has been pitched at Ji.hlava International Documentary Festivals New Vision Forum and as part of NBCs Original Voices Program at DOCNYC and has received two awards with the Documentary Association of Europe and Cannes Docs.