Angus Attwood has been writing about film since 2011, and talking about them for even longer. In 2015 he completed an Honours Degree in Film and Screen Studies at Monash University, and is currently in his first year of the Masters of Film and Television at the Victoria College of the Arts.

Jarryd Brand is a 3rd year Monash University student who is doing a double degree in arts and science. He has a varied amount of interests which he pursues haphazardly including film and television, music, psychology and dogs. He hopes to get a job one day in any of these areas but for now he's happy flipping burgers and pretending to be Spongebob at his local Grill'd. He writes about music at jb-randland and on his ANAUSTRALIAN Instagram account.

Felicity Chaplin teaches cinema and culture in the French Studies Program at Monash University. She is the author of La Parisienne in cinema: between art and life (Manchester UP, 2017). Her work appears in Australian Journal of French Studies, Colloquy, Lola, Metro, Screening the Past and Senses of Cinema.

Rhiannon Dalglish has a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Screen Studies from the University of Melbourne.

Joanna Di Mattia is a writer and film critic from Melbourne. She has a PhD in Women’s Studies from Monash University, where her research examined anxiety about masculinity in contemporary American cinema. She contributes to a number of publications, including Senses of Cinema, the ACMI blog, SBS Movies and Fandor. Her writing reflects her interest in the dynamics of screen attraction – between characters, and between audience and screen.

Belinda Glynn is a doctoral candidate at Monash University. She is interested in how female stars operated as figures of power and negotiation in classical Hollywood and spends much too much time watching black and white movies in the name of research.

Adrian Martin is Adjunct Associate Professor of Film and TV Studies at Monash University. The co-maker with Cristina Álvarez López of 60 audiovisual essays since 2013, his next book is Mysteries of Cinema: Reflections on Film Theory, History and Culture 1982-2016 (Amsterdam University Press, 2017).Many of his film reviews are collected at ADRIAN MARTIN: FILM CRITIC

Whitney Monaghan is an Assistant Lecturer in Film and Screen Studies at Monash University. Her background is in screen, media and cultural studies and her research examines the representation of gender, queer and youth identities, digital culture, and new forms of screen media. She is the author of Queer Girls, Temporality and Screen Media: Not 'Just a Phase'(Palgrave, 2016).

Anubha Sarkar is currently pursuing a PhD in Film, Media and Communications at Monash University. She frequently writes on art, cinema and culture and likes to describe herself as a flaneur in progress, and a doctor in the making, who can never have enough of coffee and books!

Kate Warren researches and teaches in Art History at Monash University, where she recently received her PhD. Her current research focuses on cross-overs within contemporary film, video, moving image and photographic practices. She was previously a curator at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, and she writes regularly about contemporary art and cinema, including in publications such as Discipline, Persona Studies, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, Metro and Le Magazine (Jeu de Paume, Paris).