Ozlem Koksal is a senior lecturer at the University of Westminster (London, UK) in film. Her research focuses on representations of the past, as well as notions of memory, loss and displacement in visual culture. She is the author of Aesthetics of Displacement: Turkey and its Minorities on Screen (Bloomsbury, 2016). Her other publications include “Past Not-So-Perfect: Ararat and its Reception in Turkey” in Cinema Journal. 54.1 (2014): 45-64 and “From Wim Wender’s Lisbon to Fatih Akin’s Istanbul” in Cool Istanbul: Urban Enclosures and Resistances. Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 2015.