Vasiliki Kappa

Vasiliki Kappa  is the Producer of Athens International Digital Film Festival. Born and raised in Toronto, she currently lives and works in Athens. She is a cross-over artist and a successful writer, registered by literary critics as one of the most inspired voices in contemporary literature. Her first book "The hyena’s diet" was officially nominated for a State Novel Prize and represented Greece in Frankfurt International Book Fair. Simultaneously she is a painter and visual artist that brings together a wide range of tools, from painting to filmmaking, animation, and video art. Her painting series "Invisible Cities" was presented in four solo exhibitions across Finland and then traveled to Vancouver, Canada, attracted the attention of the English press, and received numerous visitors. Her poetic narrative "Take a trip to the invisible cities" (koyinta publications) is the narrative text of the film "Take a trip", directed by Christos Karakasis, which has won many awards at international film festivals. She holds a master’s degree in Digital Arts (Athens School of Fine Arts). Studied painting and holds a bachelor in Film direction, a bachelor in Ancient Greek literature and linguistics, a diploma in Acting, a diploma in Opera Singing, and a professional diploma in alternative psychology. She is a PhD candidate. She writes literature, plays, scripts, and articles at Koyinta Art
Magazine, she has written and directed theatrical plays that were presented in Greece, Germany, and Romania. As an artist, she has held many solo exhibitions (Greece, Finland, Germany, Canada). In 2010, she was the main host and presenter at a TV cultural show titled Blow-Up, with a total of 14 episodes that were screened both in Greece and Cyprus and are also available on the web. The familiar figures on the festival’s posters, AIDFF, and catalogs are designed by her and belong to her painting series “Bar People”.