Dimitra Kofti is an anthropologist interested in work, precarity, shifting temporalities, and film. She
has conducted doctoral research on changing work relations, in the context of flexibilization of labour
in post-socialist Bulgaria. “Cracks/ пукнатини” (2018) is her first film conducted in collaboration with
the film maker Nicola Zambelli, based on her long term fieldwork on (de)industrialization in Pernik
(Bulgaria), as part of the group project on “Industry and Inequality” at the Max Planck Institute for
Social Anthropology (Halle, Germany). Her current project is about financialization, indebtedness and
political contestation in Greece. Dimitra is an assistant professor at the Department of Anthropology,
Panteion University of Social and Political Science (Athens, Greece).