Iram Ghufran is a filmmaker, educator and researcher based in New Delhi. Her doctoral project at CREAM was a practice-based exploration of speculative methodologies to explore questions of futurity in documentary film.

Iram’s work has been shown in multiple international film and art contexts, including Forum Expanded Berlinale, SAARC Film Festival, Experimenta India, Brakhage Center Symposium, Dhaka Art Summit, to name a few. Some of her films include, A Fence Gives Way (2010), There Is Something In The Air (2011), Benegal’s New Cinema (2014), and Bulbule (2017).

Iram holds a Masters in Mass Communication from AJK Mass Communication Research Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi. She worked at the Sarai Programme at CSDS for several years where she coordinated/ curated several intermedia research projects and exhibitions. She has co-curated multiple editions of Soundphiles: experiments in sound for the IAWRT Asian Women’s Film Festival. She currently teaches at the Department of Art, Media and Performance, Shiv Nadar Institution of Eminence, India.