Brenda Marina Lopez
Brenda Lopez is originally from Mexico City but has lived in Montreal for over 10 years. She just finished her second year at Concordia University’s Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema in the Film Animation Program. Her interests lie in film, the visual arts and sound design. Often drawing inspiration from past experiences, she is interested in the exploration of human emotions and the creation of socially engaged content.
Daniela Monzon Leotaud
Daniela Monzon Leotaud is a Montreal-based artist currently studying film animation at Concordia University. Originally interested in drawing and sculpture, she has turned to animation as her primary medium of expression due to its versatility and capacity to merge multiple disciplines. Her work, usually described as poetic and imaginary, explores themes related to time and everyday life.
Anna Maria Mouradian
Anna Maria Mouradian is a third-year B.A. student in film animation at Concordia University in Montreal. She received awards for outstanding achievement in the Film Animation Program in 2015 and 2016. Her first animated short film, Shattered, screened at several festivals around the world in 2015. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in graphic design from the University of Kalamoon, in Syria.