Idil Ibrahim, a New York- based filmmaker, served as Associate Producer on the film Laredo, Texas which was an official selection of the 2010 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. She also served as Associate Producer on the feature documentary Americana, also directed by Adizes (City, Seven Miles Alone) and produced by Corinne Golden Weber (Babel, 21 Grams, Revolutionary Road), an official selection of the 2009 Cinema du Reel Festival at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, France, Dallas AFI and the Margaret Mead International Documentary Film Festivals. She had a producing role on the film Trece Anos, which also selected for the 2009 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, as well as the Aspen Shortsfest, GenArt, Los Angeles International and Ashland Independent Film Festivals. Trece Anos was also featured at Pangaea Day, a global multimedia event simultaneously aired and broadcast in locations around the globe such as Kigali, Cairo, London, Rio de Janeiro and New York with the mission and purpose to decrease divisions and create change and global unity through the power of film.
She attended graduate studies at New York University where she was a Nadine Abergel Arts Fellowship winner. A graduate of UC Berkeley, in her senior year Idil was selected as an Episodic Series Intern for the highly competitive Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (ATAS) Internship program where she worked on the Lifetime Network television show Any Day Now. She was also selected as an Arts Bridge Scholar for UC Berkeley's Consortium for the Arts where she taught video production and documentary film analysis to Berkeley High School students. When not in New York, she is usually travelling the globe telling one story at a time.