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FEMALE FACES
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Released
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21.Apr.2021

Female Faces is a project addressing women’s rights through a series of female video portraits created by directors and composers from across the globe. It is an artistic and cultural dialogue in its basis, approaching aspects of the female nature from different angles and perspectives. Rather than based on strict guidelines, the project rests on the filmmakers’ perception of the female subject and their immediate relation to it. Each film is created on a collaborative basis by the director and the music composer. It is an artistic statement bringing to the fore well known as well as unaddressed issues related to socioeconomic and cultural aspects of female figures of different ages and cultural backgrounds. Upon its completion, Female Faces aims to deliver a somewhat round perspective in practice, an introspective view of art’s recognition of the female ethos and struggle, but most importantly, its strength. The anthology of the produced short films will be presented in major cities across the world in collaboration with museums, art galleries and cultural centers in the form of public installations and periodic exhibitions, while also in movie theaters and film festivals.

Female Faces is a project addressing women’s rights through a series of female video portraits created by directors and composers from across the globe. It is an artistic and cultural dialogue in its basis, approaching aspects of the female nature from different angles and perspectives. Rather than based on strict guidelines, the project rests on the filmmakers’ perception of the female subject and their immediate relation to it. Each film is created on a collaborative basis by the director and the music composer. It is an artistic statement bringing to the fore well known as well as unaddressed issues related to socioeconomic and cultural aspects of female figures of different ages and cultural backgrounds. Upon its completion, Female Faces aims to deliver a somewhat round perspective in practice, an introspective view of art’s recognition of the female ethos and struggle, but most importantly, its strength. The anthology of the produced short films will be presented in major cities across the world in collaboration with museums, art galleries and cultural centers in the form of public installations and periodic exhibitions, while also in movie theatres and film festivals.

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Released
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5.Feb.2021

Female Faces is a project addressing women’s rights through a series of female video portraits created by directors and composers from across the globe. It is an artistic and cultural dialogue in its basis, approaching aspects of the female nature from different angles and perspectives. Rather than based on strict guidelines, the project rests on the filmmakers’ perception of the female subject and their immediate relation to it. Each film is created on a collaborative basis by the director and the music composer. It is an artistic statement bringing to the fore well known as well as unaddressed issues related to socioeconomic and cultural aspects of female figures of different ages and cultural backgrounds. Upon its completion, Female Faces aims to deliver a somewhat round perspective in practice, an introspective view of art’s recognition of the female ethos and struggle, but most importantly, its strength. The anthology of the produced short films will be presented in major cities across the world in collaboration with museums, art galleries and cultural centers in the form of public installations and periodic exhibitions, while also in movie theaters and film festivals.

Female Faces is a project addressing women’s rights through a series of female video portraits created by directors and composers from across the globe. It is an artistic and cultural dialogue in its basis, approaching aspects of the female nature from different angles and perspectives. Rather than based on strict guidelines, the project rests on the filmmakers’ perception of the female subject and their immediate relation to it. Each film is created on a collaborative basis by the director and the music composer. It is an artistic statement bringing to the fore well known as well as unaddressed issues related to socioeconomic and cultural aspects of female figures of different ages and cultural backgrounds. Upon its completion, Female Faces aims to deliver a somewhat round perspective in practice, an introspective view of art’s recognition of the female ethos and struggle, but most importantly, its strength. The anthology of the produced short films will be presented in major cities across the world in collaboration with museums, art galleries and cultural centers in the form of public installations and periodic exhibitions, while also in movie theaters and film festivals.

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About :

RAFAILIA MPAMPASIDOU:

Rafailia is a multidisciplinary artist,athlete and researcher. She has lived in Greece, Ireland and the US and has a rich, colorful academic and artistic background ranging from mathematics to music and from sports to filmmaking. She likes to combine all of these fields together to have interesting and quirky ways of expression.

Her work has been presented in different occasions and different countries of the world. She loves to have a good run in nature and to procrastinate cleaning the house.

RAFAILIA MPAMPASIDOU

Anna Wilma Xilakis:

is a visual anthropologist aiming to make human right claims public. Slighting through different academic fields, from archaeology to political sciences, history and anthropology, using different mediums of expression such as music, experimental soundscapes, photography and film, she has been trying to find new ways to bridge the production of knowledge with art, in order to make research accessible to a broader audience.

Both she and her work have traveled across different countries and continents. She enjoys hiking and cheese and is a fanatic nature lover.

Anna Wilma Xilakis