Melanie Ashe completed her Honours in Film and Television at Monash University in 2012. Her writing has appeared in Screen Machine and Australian Film Blog.
Anders Furze recently completed an honours thesis exploring industrial and theoretical perspectives on screenwriting at Monash University. He blogs at film247.tumblr.com.
James Madden holds a Bachelor of Arts (LaTrobe University; majors: Cinema Studies, Media Studies) and a Master of Arts and Cultural Management (University of Melbourne). His reviews and articles have been featured across numerous university and online publications including Farrago (Melb) and Rabelais (LTU), as well as with Portable, The Vine, T-Squat and Upstart. James is also the founder/editor of the film review website Film Blerg.
Whitney Monaghan is Melbourne-based critic currently working on her PhD in Film and Television Studies at Monash University. Her research examines the figure of the queer girl in contemporary screen culture. Her writing has appeared in Screen Machine and Jump Cut and she attempts to maintain a regular web presence at cinethoughts.tumblr.com.
Hayley Summers is studying honours in film and television at Monash University. Her thesis examines the concept of the suburban grotesque in Australian film and television.