Danae Stylianou was born in Cyprus, in 1984.
She holds a BA (Hons) Film Production from the University of Westminster, in London. Graduated 2004.
In 2011 she directed and produced her first documentary feature film, Sharing an island, about the inter-communal relations of Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot youth. Sharing an island was screened widely in Cyprus and abroad, winning two awards for its contribution to peace in Cyprus and the world.
In her 2nd documentary feature, A Haircut Story, seven stories emerge from the black hole of the banks, one year after Cyprus became the first Eurozone member state to be subjected to a bail-in on deposits.
Birth Days is her most recent documentary; a film about women’s rights to informed choices at childbirth.
She worked as assistant director and casting director in Greek & Cypriot cinema and television, on popular TV dramas, shows, films and TV commercials. She is the head of communications for the major official film festivals of the Republic of Cyprus and one of the organisers of Lemesos International Documentary Festival.
2018, BIRTH DAYS, feature documentary
2014, A HAIRCUT STORY, feature documentary
2011, SHARING AN ISLAND, feature documentary
2006, DOLLHOUSE, short film
2004, ANKARA STREET, short documentary
2004, SNOW WHITE AND THE 7 CHARMS, short film