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EnemyLab is a versatile creative studio, channeling today's cultural expressions through a variety of mediums to connect different narratives, celebrating the universal experiences that bring us together.


Creative Director 

                    Korean-Canadian director Minsoo Koh began his filmmaking journey as a teenager, producing cinematic skits on YouTube that unknowingly laid the groundwork for his future in filmmaking. While running a film gear rental club at University of Toronto, Minsoo developed the technical expertise that would propel him into directing his first short film, Payphone, which gained recognition at the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma.

                 Beyond his personal projects, Minsoo leads creative workshops at the University of Toronto and continues to explore different visual mediums that can elevate his films. He is currently in South Korea preparing to shoot his first Korean narrative project.

Creative Director

                     Mexican singer, songwriter, and writer Edgar Sifuentes started his musical journey at an early age. Edgar began writing songs and releasing them on YouTube and SoundCloud. He gained experience producing his own music and was inspired by the direct emotion of Mexican songwriter José Alfredo Jiménez's lyrics.


                    He has a strong influence in Latin American magic realism and started to write screenplays in both Spanish and English. His most recent screenplay work is co-writing the script for Minsoo's short film "Croak."


                   Currently, Edgar is working on his first EP as a solo artist.

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