Erin Semine Kökdil

Erin Semine Kökdil is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and educator interested in building solidarity and inciting social change through film. Her work often deals with issues of migration, identity and motherhood, and her films have screened at IDFA, Hot Docs, Camden International Film Festival, San Francisco International Film Festival, AFI Docs and Palm Springs International ShortFest among others. Her work has been supported by SFFILM, Mountainfilm, Marble House Project Residency, Points North Institute, National Geographic, Fulbright and featured on The New Yorker, KQED, and Means TV. She is an assistant professor of creative media production at the University of Oklahoma. Her films include Since you arrived, my heart stopped belonging to me (Mountainfilm 2021) and Love in the Time of Migration (Mountainfilm 2024).

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