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Olympia Mytilinaiou joins Eternity Pictures Film Awards Academy

Today, an active member of the European Film Academy and Hellenic Film Academy, Olympia Mytilinaiou has joined the Eternity Pictures Film Awards Academy (EPFAA).

In 2009, her work as a cinematographer became best known to a wider audience with Panos Coutras' acclaimed film The Way of a Woman, which became a festival favourite, was selected and shown among many in the panorama section of the 2009 Berlin International Film Festival. In 2011, she starred in Stephen Lloyd Jackson's David Dies, which was awarded the Grand Jury Prize for Best Director and Best Actor at the Black Film Festival of America.

Achieved filming of a documentary as a cinematographer "Dollars for a Saint" directed by Avra Georgiou, produced by Films Transit INC for ARTE TV. In 2013, she collaborated with director Alexandros Avranas in his acclaimed feature film "Lady Cruelty", which won the Venice Film Festival "Silver Lion" and "Volpi Cup", as well as the winner of the "Best Screenplay" award at the Stockholm Film Festival and the "FEDORA" award.

For the same film, her work was awarded in 2013 the International Prize "Gianni Di Venanzo" in the field of cinematography in Italy. In the same year, she worked with Stefanos Tsivopoulos on the film "History Zero", which was presented at the "55th Biennale di Venezia".

In 2015, she collaborated with Algerian director Rayhana Obermeyer on the feature film I Still Smoke Secretly, co-produced with Michele Ray-Gavras and Fenia Kossovitsa, starring Khiam Abbass.

In 2016 she was a cinematographer on Talal Derka's documentary "Ode to Lesvos" commissioned by Johnnie Walker. In 2017 and 2018 she collaborated with Stavros Tsiolis on the project "Women Who Passed by" and with Nikos Kornilios on the project "I tehni katastrefei".

In 2018 he shoots the film "Antistoli" with Pantelis Makkas. Together in 2020
are working with George Drivas on the video art film "Aeonium" by Skeptik Productions. In the same year, he again collaborates with Panos Coutras in his film "DODO", which was the official choice of the "74th Festival De Cannes".
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