Synopsis: A mother and a daughter are on a day’s journey in Sicily, looking for a spot to scatter their beloved husband/father’s ashes. As the day progresses, the mother’s solid plan of what to do with the ashes becomes a critical and compelling turning point in the relationship between these two women, as they each try to process their loss.
A Cypriot filmmaker and writer based in London, Cyprus and Athens, she studied Law at King’s College London, holds an LLM Master’s in Commercial and Financial Law and, in 2009, completed her MA in Film Studies at University College London (UCL), as well as her first short film as a student titled “A Winter Sonnet for the Golden Clouds”. In 2011, she was commissioned by the Cyprus Ministry of Labour to produce and direct a short documentary on Gender Equality in the workplace. In 2015, after her next short film, the multi-awarded “Anorak”, she joined The Discovery Channel as Programming Coordinator for West Europe and in November 2018 she joined Greek production company Topcut-Modiano as Head of Development. Αlexandra is an alumni of Talents Sarajevo 2018.