Brenna Goodwin-McCabe is versatile writer and director with a keen interest in critical film analysis. She recently graduated with an English Masters from the University of British Columbia, where she also worked as a teacher’s aide. Her writing on science fiction, fantasy, and horror cinema has been presented at McGill, Dalhousie, and the University of British Columbia. In 2019, she was awarded a prestigious Social Sciences and Humanities Research grant for her thesis on Mary Shelley and Guillermo del Toro. Brenna is also a published author of poetry and essays. Along with film, Brenna is a long-standing member of the Young People’s Opera Society of BC and performed for the 2018 Little Black Dress Charity Gala. In 2020, she performed and directed two virtual concerts using public domain footage, both available on YouTube. Brenna’s work can also be found on her weekly film blog: “You Remind Me of the Frame”.