Anna Poupou is Assistant Professor of Film History and Theory at the Department of Digital Arts and Cinema of the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens. She holds a PhD and a DEA in Film Studies from the University Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3, MA and BA in Theatre Studies from the University of Athens. She is co-editor of four collective volumes – Greek Film Noir, (Edinburgh University Press, 2022), The Lost Highway of Greek Cinema 1960-1990 (Nefeli, 2018), Athens: World Film Locations (Intellect, 2014), City and Cinema: Theoretical and Methodological Approaches (Nissos, 2011), – and author of two academic e-books. Her research interests focus on cinematic space and urban representations in film, the history of post-war European and US cinema and its reception in Greece, on film genres and crime fiction, and on contemporary Greek Cinema and the Weird Wave.