Oksana Mirzoyan

<p>Oksana Mirzoyan is an Armenian-American artist and film writer/director. Mirzoyan’s films have screened internationally at film festivals including Clermand-Ferrand (France), Camerimage (Poland), Fribourg International Film Festival (Switzerland), and DokuFest (Kosovo). Her short film 140 Drams took top prize as Best International Short Film at Izmir Film Festival (Turkey), Honorable Mention at the Pomegranate Film Festival (Canada), and was recognized by the ICG Emerging Cinematographer Awards (USA). Her first feature film, Abysm, received Locarno International Film Festival’s (Switzerland) Open Doors Prize. In 2018, her experimental and narrative films screened in a solo exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts Film Theatre. Mirzoyan is a Kresge Artist Fellow (2016) and a graduate of the University of Michigan, where she studied Art History.</p>