Lkhagvadulam Pure-Ochir is a filmmaker and PhD candidate at Lusófona University. Her thesis focuses on screenwriting and Deleuze’s concept of the time-image. She is a researcher at COFAC, having worked on several EU funded research initiatives, including RETHINK and CEAR. She finished her master’s degree at KinoEyes European Movie Masters, with the thesis “Albert Serra’s “The Death of Louis XIV” (2016) according to Deleuze’s concept of affection-image”. She is an alumni of Torino Feature Lab 2021 and Locarno Open Doors 2020 where she received the production grant for her feature debut film. Her short film “Mountain Cat” debuted at Cannes Shorts in Competition 2020 and Sundance IFF 2020, winning the Sonje Award at Busan IFF 2020.