Fadia Alhallak is a Syrian Los Angeles-based award-winning filmmaker and Story artist with a deep passion for Visual Storytelling.
Born and raised in Syria, She had to escape the war and move to Los Angeles, California, Where she attended Loyola Marymount University and Directed her Short animated film "Jasmine"
After Graduating with a degree in Animation, Fadia worked as a Visual Development Artist and designer on Monster Hunter: Legends of the guild, currently streaming on Netflix and was a Semi-finalist for the Nickelodeon Artist program - Storyboard Track
She has since also worked as a Storyboard artist in the Animation Industry At SurferJack Productions and Disney Television Animation.
Fadia believes that Visual Storytelling through film and animation has the power to change the world. Hoping to fix Hollywood's lack of representation of SouthWest Asian and North African (Middle Eastern) people, Fadia eventually aims to tell authentic, cinematic, inspiring, and entertaining stories as a Writer and Director inspired by her Culture, upbringing, and experience from the Syrian War, that universally appeal to an international audience and advocate for Peace, empathy, and Compassion on a global scale through a Feminist Decolonized dual cultural lens.