Loraine Alvarado

An up and coming film producer from Canada, Loraine has developed a specific interest in the intercultural correlations of cinema. She particularly focuses on the production management of the film industry and is passionate about transforming ideas into concrete audio-visual products.

Graduated from a Bachelor’s Degree in Art History and Film Studies from Concordia University, Loraine has recently worked as the production manager of Ausente, an independent film by Mélanie Roman that explores the darkest side of human desires.
In 2012, she performed as the director assistant to Alexandra De Sève, a Montreal-based film director that explores metaphoric cinema through a feminist perspective.

Loraine has contributed her work to Montreal’s International Festival of Films on Art, as well as the Montreal Brazilian Film Festival. She has also organized the premiere of Chloë Bellande’s While the Village Sleeps, a film that was part of the short-film corner at 2013’s Cannes Film Festival.

In addition to her interest for the cinematic industry, Loraine is an achieved dancer and performer who enjoys learning about other cultures and languages.