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Alexandra Stergiou 

is a filmmaker based in New York City. Her work focuses on women, beauty, style, and new, aesthetic ways to explore cross-cultural identities. Her work has been recognized by the Wasserman Awards, National Board of Review, British Council, Thirteen, JT3 Arts Foundation, and showcased at festivals and venues around the U.S. Upon graduating from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, she began her career at Vice as an associate producer in their burgeoning video production department. From there, she went on to work in short-form storytelling as a producer and cinematographer for such brands and publications as Cole Haan, This American Life, and Glamour Magazine. In 2014, she was commissioned to develop a documentary workshop in Greece in conjunction with Babel, an NGO supported by the European Commission and Stavros Niarchos Foundation. She worked with migrants and refugees in Athens to make several short films about the city, culminating with a triptych entitled "Athens, I Love You." In addition to her film work and activism, Alexandra has directed commercial projects for Vox, John Frieda, Maybelline, Milk Studios, and Refinery29. She is currently in post-production for a documentary about Queens teenagers enacting in real time the 2016 Presidential Election.

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