Victor Bruno is the editor of Ornitorrinco Cinefilo, a collective film blog, and also writes on the blog O Caminho Alternativo. He is one of the three Brazilian members of the Online Film Critics Society and has contributions on Lola Magazine and elsewhere. Translator of the upcoming Portuguese edition of Adrian Martin's book Last Day Every Day (New York: punctum books).

John Edmond is a PhD student at the University of Queensland. His current research is focused on landscape and the intersection between vehicle and film. His previous work on this topic has been published in the peer-reviewed Studies in Australasian Cinema.

I.Q. Hunter is Reader in Film at De Montfort University, Leicester, UK, and author of British Trash Cinema (BFI Palgrave Macmillan, 2013).

Hannah Joyner is a freelance writer from Melbourne. Usually contributing to Tone Deaf or Everguide she can more often be found on her tumblr: Having previously studied Visual Culture/Film Studies it was about time she stopped writing about music and got back to her main passion, Penelope Cruz

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

Matthew Sini recently completed a PhD on the aesthetic history of queer cinema at the University of Queensland. He writes on a variety of topics and in myriad forms. He has written film and television criticism, essays, short fiction and opinion pieces for various publications online and in print. He has also taught university courses in film and television, genre fiction, screenwriting and communication and cultural studies. Further thoughts on film can be found at Screenology.