Sukhada Gokhale is a filmmaker and educator. She has made and taught films in America, France and India. Her short films have won international awards and have been screened at festivals all over the world. Sukhada moved with her family to Winston-Salem in 2013 and and has has been teaching part-time at Greensboro College and has also established her own video production company, called Sukhada Gokhale Productions, wherein she makes videos for educational institutions, music bands, non-profits, events and local businesses She has also held a three week summer film/video camp for children between the ages of 8 -12 yrs for the past two years, while also working as a digital fellow for Arts for Life, a non-profit that creates artistic experiences for chronically sick children bound to their hospital beds at the Brenners Hospital in Winston-Salem. Currently, she is working on a documentary with dance faculty, Christina Soriano, a dance film with Amy Beasley and a longer film about blues musicians teaming up with homeless people in Greensboro to create a blues album.