Christopher Bobyn began making films in high school using his father’s video camera: a valuable experience that led to positions working on feature films and television series shot in his native Montreal. After working in the visual effects department as a model maker for the film Battlefield Earth at the age of 15, Christopher obtained positions in post-production in Montreal and began working as an assistant editor on several television series such as Canada’s YTV, Space, MTV in the USA, and most recently, a short film for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Christopher completed his BA in Film Studies from Queen’s University in Ontario in 2005. During his final year of study, he shot, wrote, and directed Johnny Juno versus the Zombie Reich, which eventually played in several US film festivals and ultimately won the Best Horror Short prize at the New York International Film & Video festival in 2006. Following graduation, Christopher worked as a full time editor for Cinefilm et Video and also spearheaded the creation of the media department at Loyola High School in Montreal.
Andrew Lampard is a dual American/Canadian documentary filmmaker, journalist, and digital media associate at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. His first feature film, Two Summers In Kosovo, is screening in film festivals across Europe this summer.
Born and raised in Victoria, British Columbia, he received his B.A. (Honors) in Film Studies and History from Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, and his Master's in Journalism (Digital Media) from Columbia University.
He lives in New York City.
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