Nicole Wolf lives in London and Berlin. She is a researcher and lecturer at the department of Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths and curates film events. Her work circles around international histories of political cinemas and she is particularly interested in the varied explorations of documentary practices taking place in South-Asia. Recent collaborative curatorial projects are: "Persistence Resistance. Documentary Practices in India" (London, 2011), "Moving Politics – Cinemas from India" (Berlin, 2010), "No Man’s Land" (London, Karachi, Cornell University, 2007-2012). Recent publications: "Weg in Berlin – Aber echt! Dokumentarisch-fiktionale Randnotizen" in: Schulte Strathaus & Wüst 2008. (eds); "Conversations on locating conflict" (Co-authored with Nanna Heidenreich), in: Narula, Sengupta, Bagchi, Sundaram 2010 (eds), sarai Reader 08: Fear; co-edited (with Bhaskar Sarkar) "Indian Documentary Studies: Contours of a Field", a special issue of "Bioscope. South Asian Screen Studies" (2012) and working on her book addressing "Documentary politics and feminist thought in India".