Tony Moussoulides, once a famous fashion photographer in Swinging Sixties London, and now 85, he dreams of creating a Hollywood-style movie based on his career. With the help of two female filmmakers, who let Tony reenact—and direct—scenes from his life, including a photoshoot with Andy Warhol and a meeting with John Huston. Tensions mount as Tony’s artistic vision for the film clashes with that of its directors, and a seemingly normal biopic becomes a study of the human desire to be remembered.
Argyro Nicolaou is a writer and filmmaker from Cyprus based in New York City. Her work has been screened in many festivals and art exhibitions. She holds aPh.D. in Comparative Literature and Critical Media Practice from Harvard University.
Margaux Fitoussiis is an anthropologist, filmmaker, and translator based in Paris and New York City. Her work has been exhibited at festivals, universities, and galleries.