Belinda Glynn has a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from the University of Melbourne and a Postgraduate Diploma in Editing and Publishing from RMIT. She is interested in the relationship between gender, stardom and genre in Classical Hollywood and spends much too much time watching black and white movies in the name of research.

Eloise Grills is a writer, photographer and comics maker from Melbourne. She currently diarises her life as a comics columnist for Scum, but her work has also appeared in some other places, including Filmme Fatales, 4:3, CHART Collective, Spook Magazine, Overland, The Suburban Review, The Age, The Lifted Brow, and Killings. She tweets at @grillzoid.

Daniel Hurren is a student of Film and Screen Studies at Monash University, he has recently completed writing his Honours thesis on the films of Jim Jarmusch. His research is concerned with philosophy and film and how we perceive cinema and engage with it emotionally.

Isabella McNeill is a Film and Screen honours student at Monash University, who is also attempting to establish herself as a person who writes words for a living. She's a television addict, a romantic comedy nerd, and you can find more of her thoughts over at The Water Cooler.

Whitney Monaghan is the founder/editor of Peephole Journal. She's a Melbourne-based critic and Assistant Lecturer in Film and Screen Studies at Monash University. Her research examines queerness and girlhood in contemporary screen culture.