Join the Detroit Film Theatre on June 20th at 7pm for an evening of short films by
internationally acclaimed Armenian-American artist Oksana Mirzoyan. The collection of work is
a celebration of her most recent narrative accomplishments created in Armenia and Detroit as a
2016 Kresge Fellow. Mirzoyan is a former refugee and immigrant with a personal narrative that
informs her work as a writer/director. She explores themes of poverty, gender/sexuality and
identity through the feminine gaze. Screening starts at 7pm with a Q&A immediately following,
hosted by Greg Baise. This is a free, public event in partnership with The Armenian Artist
Collective and Final Girls, a Detroit based female filmmaking collective.