Our team

Siam Obregon

Co-Director

Max Holzberg 

Co-Director

Laurence Drolet

Sponsorship Coordinator

Joshua Crosby

Technical Coordinator

Elya Myers

Sponsorship Coordinator

Tavis Johnson-Dorman

Technical Coordinator

Juan Ospina

Open Competition Programmer

Antione Demeule

Open Competition Programmer

Vincenzo Nappi General 

Programmer

Steven Sung Hun Lee

General Programmer

Santiago Posada Ruiz

General Programmer

Alex Batista

General Programmer

Giulio Trejo

Technical Assistant

Yimi Poba-Nzaou

Finance Manager

Edson Niebla

Photographer

Melodie Benoit

Administrative
Coordinator

Sophie Valcourt

Event Coordinator

Mérédith Gonzalez-Bayard

Event Coordinator

Adam Mbowe

Jury Coordinator

Merav Epstein

Jury Coordinator

Joyce Joumaa

Visions Programmer

Milenna Gonçalves

Visions Programmer

Melissa Rousseau

General Programmer

Eveline Auger

Social Media Manager

Lexi Larmand

Social Media Manager

Melissa Menzies

Graphic Designer

Jennifer Lee

Graphic Designer

Kei Huynh

Graphic

Designer

Leah Pitre-Gaspari

Marketing and Communications Coordinator

Oscar Gervet

Marketing and Communications Coordinator

Valérie-Anne Dériger-Lorrain

Videographer

Sam Wilde

Videographer

Olivia Gordon

Website

Coordinator

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The Concordia Film Festival (CFF) is a student-run, non-profit festival that runs in collaboration with Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema (MHSoC) at Concordia University. Through screenings and events, we are able to display the works produced by the diverse range of filmmakers at MHSoC, and invited works from filmmakers around the globe. The MHSoC stands as the largest university-based centre for the study of film in Canada, with a body of works that are also screened to great acclaim at festivals around the world.  Entering it's 46th year as the largest and oldest student-run film festival in North America, the event has become a main-stay of the film industry in Montreal.

The Concordia Film Festival operates on the unceded traditional territory
of the Kanien’kehá:ka people. The island called “Montreal” is known as Tiotia:ke
in the language of the Kanien’kehá:ka, and it has historically been a
meeting place for other Indigenous nations, including the Algonquin people.


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