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Just like Asterix, Stéphanie Joalland was born and raised in a small village of Brittany, France. She obtained an MBA at Audencia, Nantes. Then she went on to write screenplays in Paris where she worked for several years as a writer and script consultant on international animation shows. A SF buff, she created a French SF series for Europa Corp, Valerian and Laureline. She learned directing by writing and directing three live action short movies which screened at numerous film festivals. She also studied documentary filmmaking at the Institut National de l'Audiovisuel in Paris. Growing allergic to the French capitol, she decided to migrate to Los Angeles where she completed a film program at UCLA and made her first English language short, Conflation. She now lives in Montreal.
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Dr. Mallory Roberts grew up in a small town in Northern California. While working on his physics degrees at various universities, he worked as a teaching assistant in local public schools, tutored high school students, taught English to migrant farm workers in California vineyards, and was a student of ancient and modern Japanese martial arts among other things. Since 1992, he has been an observational astrophysicist using radio, X-ray and gamma-ray telescopes to study exotic objects in our Galaxy. After obtaining his Ph.D. from Stanford and research appointments at MIT and McGill University, he now lives in Brooklyn.

Juan Carlos Borrero began his career as a DP in his native Colombia, where he shot the award-winning documentary "Ananeko", which was invited to the Havana and Toronto Film Festivals, and awarded Best Documentary at the Bogota Film Festival. After relocating to the New York area, Borrero has served as cinematographer on films for PBS and the European Human Rights Office.
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