Anna Poupou teaches as adjunct lecturer at the Hellenic Open University. 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. From 2008 she has worked as adjunct lecturer at the universities of Thessaloniki, Crete, Thessaly, and Athens. She has worked as a programmer at the Greek Film Archive and collaborates as a researcher with the Department of Communication and Media of the University of Athens for the European programme I-Media Cities. She is co-editor of three collective volumes – City and Cinema: Theoretical and Methodological Approaches (Nissos, 2011), Athens: World Film Locations (Intellect, 2014), The Lost Highway of Greek Cinema 1960-1990 (Nefeli, 2018) – and author of two academic e-books. Her research interests focus on the history of Greek cinema, the relationship between theatre and cinema, the urban space in film, and the Greek film noir.