Erika Mijlin is a producer, editor, writer, and founding partner of the media production company Artifact Pictures.
Mijlin is a producer, editor, writer, and was a founding partner of the media production company, Artifact Pictures. Some professional credits include The View from Amber Street (co-producer/writer); Virtual Memory (writer); The Adventures of Teddy P. Brains (co-producer/animation producer); From Philadelphia to the Front (associate producer/cinematography); and Viewfinder (co-producer/editor). In addition, she has produced many of her own short films and videos, which have shown at a variety of film festivals and cultural venues.
In 2008, Mijlin wrote and directed Feldman and the Infinite, an original play that was staged for the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. She has received numerous production grants, including an Art and Social Change grant from the Leeway Foundation. She has also taught editing, documentary production, and media studies at the Film and Media Arts Department of Temple University and the Television Department of Columbia College. She is currently in production on several short documentaries and is writing a new play. BA, Vassar College; MFA, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Mijlin was a visiting faculty member at Bennington for fall 2009 and 2010, and returned for the 2011–12 academic year. She joined the Bennington faculty in fall 2012.