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Alexia holds an MA in Visual Anthropology from Goldsmiths University, London. Over the past 8 years, she has been director and assistant director of award-winning documentaries in Belize, Mayotte, Colombia and Indonesia tackling social and environmental…


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Alexia holds an MA in Visual Anthropology from Goldsmiths University, London. Over the past 8 years, she has been director and assistant director of award-winning documentaries in Belize, Mayotte, Colombia and Indonesia tackling social and environmental issues. Her credits includes The Forgotten District (2008, 52 minutes, Blue Danube Award for Best Tourism Reportage at Silafest 2009), Mini Ku Suto (2009, 20 minutes, awarded a grant from One World Media), Caring for the Lagoon (2012, 52 minutes, Grand Prix of Ecology at the Warsaw FilmAT Festival 2012 and recently bought by Al Jazeera).

Working with different cultural communities across the capital, Alexia completed a total of 25 heritage and intergenerational films for an East London based archive including: Ireland: What was that all about? (2010, 20 minutes, produced for the Museum of Derry) and Working Lives of the Thames Gateway (2011, 45 minutes, produced for the BBC's Great British Story festival). She now specializes in multimedia advocacy and educational projects, working closely with young people with disabilities and autism as well as with young people and adults living with HIV.

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