Kulsum Ebrahim is an animator and filmmaker from Karachi, Pakistan, currently based in London. She graduated with a BA in International Relations and Art from Pomona College in Claremont, California in 2015.
She is interested in representation, power, culture and is drawn to the revolutionary potential of animation. She has collaborated with doctors, lawyers, activists, and policymakers to direct and produce animated campaigns that aim to bring about social change, for example increasing uptake of sexual health services or creating access to legal information. Clients include the CW+ Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Ministry of Human Rights Pakistan, Legal Aid Society Pakistan, SOC Films.
Her studies at the RCA are supported by the Apple Scholarship.