Projects

30”+ from Kos, Greece

Once per month ‘women with a movie camera’ will share with you visuals from wherever work takes it. This time is in Kos island, Greece, the first point of contact with Europe for thousands of refugees and migrants fleeing their country for a better future. ©Chryssa Panoussiadou/women with a movie camera.
©Chryssa Panoussiadou/women with a movie camera

“30’’ break” is a way for ‘women with a movie camera’ to make contact and keep in touch with its friends, colleagues and clients.

30” break, Part II

Once per month ‘women with a movie camera’ will share with you visuals from wherever work takes it.  This time work was done mostly from the office and here is for you a summer raining day as is seen from the office.
©Chryssa Panoussiadou/women with a movie camera

“30’’ break” is a way for ‘women with a movie camera’ to make contact and keep in touch with its friends, colleagues and clients.

30” break, Part I

Once per month ‘women with a movie camera’ will share with you visuals from wherever work takes it.  So lay back and allow yourself a ‘30’’ break’ in Istanbul. ©Chryssa Panoussiadou/women with a movie camera

“30’’ break” is a way for ‘women with a movie camera’ to make contact and keep in touch with its friends, colleagues and clients.

Road, rage and Relics – The Prism GR2011 – GR

The Prism GR2011 is a collective documentation of Greece during the winter of 2010, through the lenses of 14 photojournalist transformed into multimedia storytellers with the support of the creators. Chryssa Panoussiadou had participated in The Prism GR, directing, photographing, filming and editing this short film. Please visit www.theprism.gr to see more stories from Greece.

Discovering Epping Forest

In the City of London’s Epping Forest – an ancient woodland surrounded by the urban environment – we filmed local school children and their accompanying adults and teachers enjoying and learning about the natural environment.

face2face with Gérard Quenum

‘face to face’ is our new strand of video portraits of artists exhibiting in galleries in London. African artist Gérard Quenum from Benin spoke to us at the October Gallery, showing his exhibition of sculptures ‘Dolls Never Die’, an imaginative collection of recycled ‘objets trouvés’.

Video & Sound for DSLR photographers course

women with a movie camera presented a two day course at October Gallery, London in collaboration with the following tutors:

Lefteris Pitarakis Photojournalist, Associated Press (AP) Edmond Terakopian Photographer & filmmaker http://www.teravision.eu, http://photothisandthat.co.uk, http://www.terakopian.com Twitter: @terakopian Phil Hartley Sound recordist & sound designer http://www.imdb.com

face2face with Laila Shawa

‘face to face’ is our new strand of video portraits of artists exhibiting in galleries in London. Laila Shawa spoke to us at the October Gallery, showing her current exhibition of canvases and sculptures ‘The Other Side of Paradise’, which examines the incidence of a female suicide bomber caught at a border crossing.

like anyone else

A multimedia film about marriage: A human rights story On the day of the royal wedding questions are raised in the gay heartland of London. In a democratic society shouldn’t everyone be allowed to marry?

Europe: Our stories

Four 57 min. films in the series “Europe: Our stories” for Eco Music TV, Japan, 2010-2011.  A production of Cross Culture Holdings Ltd. Germany: Loving Berlin (2011) Director Pratap Rughani, Producer Iris Wakulenko, Camera Chryssa Panoussiadou Wales: Songs for the Road (2010) Directors Iris Wakulenko & Andy Schonfelder, Producer Iris Wakulenko Spain: A Design for Carmen (2011) Director, Producer, Editor Iris Wakulenko Hungary: Assignment Budapest (2011) Director, Producer, Editor Chryssa Panoussiadou

Rock Workshop