KRISTIN KOUKE is a Brooklyn-based cinematographer whose work has screened at festivals such as the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, Palm Springs International ShortFest, Slamdance, Sundance, and SXSW.
Selected as a finalist for the 2018 ARRI Volker Bahnemann Award for Outstanding Cinematography, her work has also been featured on Vice’s i-D Magazine, as well as screened at the Smithsonian National Museum along with her photographic work as a featured contributor to the Smithsonian Institute’s Asian Pacific American Center’s A Day in the Life project.
Of her latest works, -SHIP: A VISUAL POEM (dir. Terrance Daye) recently took home the Sundance Short Film Jury Award for U.S. Fiction ('20) and YOUTH / بنات آخر زمن (dir. Farida Zahran) took home the Palm Springs International ShortFest Best Live Action Short 15 Min. and Under (‘19) award.
Born and raised in Hawaiʻi, her film career has since taken her to China, France, the Cook Islands, Egypt, Japan, and New York, where she currently resides. She earned her MFA from New York University’s Graduate Film Program and was the recipient of the Tisch Graduate Fellowship for Cinematography.
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