Oksana Mirzoyan’s films have screened internationally at film festivals including Clermand-Ferrand (France), Camerimage (Poland) and DokuFest (Kosovo). Her short film, “140 Drams” took top prizes as Best International Short Film at Izmir Film Festival (Turkey), an Honorable Mention at the Pomegranate Film Festival (Canada) and was recognized by the ICG Emerging Cinematographer Awards (USA). “140 Drams” was selected by Atom Egoyan for his curated section “Diaspora: Atom Egoyan & Armenia” at Fribourg International Film Festival (Switzerland).
Her first feature film, “Abysm,” received Locarno International Film Festival’s (Switzerland) Open Doors Award. In 2016, she was awarded the Kresge Fellowship. In 2018, the Detroit Institute of Arts Film Theatre screened her work in a solo exhibition.
Mirzoyan served as Creative Director for OneArmenia, a nonprofit based out of NYC focused on supporting art, tech and humanitarian initiatives in Armenia. Her clients include the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit and IDeA Foundation.
Oksana is based in Los Angeles and Detroit.