Sofia Sfyri was born in Athens in 1990. She graduated from Athens College and studied Film (BA) at the University of Westminster and Performance Design and Practice (MA) at Central Saint Martins. He is a director, editor and visual artist.
In 2022, Zambeta's film (co-directed by E. Sfyri) was nominated for the Iris Award of the Greek Film Academy, while in 2021 it was awarded the Audience Award at the Thessaloniki Documentary Festival. Her second short film "Home" will be funded by ERT's Microfilm program. In 2020 he was selected as an Artworks Fellow of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (https://www.art-works.gr/fellows/sofia-sfyri/).
Elissavet Sfyri (b. 1994, Athens), is a graduate of the School of Fine Arts of Goldsmiths University, and the MA of Sculpture of the Royal College of Art. Her first short film, Zampeta (co-directed by Ss Sfyri), won the Audience Award at the Thessaloniki Documentary Festival, was nominated for the Iris Award of the Hellenic Film Academy and competed at the 27th Athens International Film Festival, Opening Nights. In August 2018, he organized, curated and participated as an artist in the Saline Art Residency with contemporary public sculptures in Ermioni and Porto Heli, with emerging artists from Greece and abroad.
As a visual artist he has participated in international exhibitions such as the Centre d' Art Contemporain MAMCO (Geneva), the CICA (South Korea), the National Museum of fine arts (Taiwan), the Matter of G. Sagri in Athens, at the War Museum in the exhibition "1821-View of a Revolution". In 2020 he was an Artworks Fellow of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation as a visual artist (https://www.art-works.gr/fellows/elissavet-sfyri/).