• Ryan Diduck

    Ryan Alexander Diduck is an independent scholar and author. Along with Offscreen, his writing appears in Fact Magazine,, The Quietus, and The Wire. Diduck’s latest book is called Mad Skills: MIDI and Music Technology in the Twentieth Century. He lives in Montreal.

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  • Roberto Donati

    Roberto Donati (from Arezzo, Italy) graduated in Modern Literature and Film Studies from the University of Siena in Italy, and also studied in the UK (The University of Warwick). Donati’s first publication was a book on the theme of nostalgia in the films of Sergio Leone (Sergio Leone. America e nostalgia, Falsopiano 2005), and he is in the process of writing his second book (on Douglas Sirk). As a professional journalist, he has written for publishing houses, newspapers, journals, and magazines on culture, film and literary topics. Donati has worked in the film industry in Los Angeles and is developing screenplays and documentary projects for television and cinema. As Demon #2, he greatly enjoyed slaughtering Coralina Cataldi-Tassoni in Dario Argento’s The Third Mother. He is a freaky blogger.

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  • Gönül  Dönmez-Colin

    Gönül Dönmez-Colin

    Gönül Dönmez-Colin is film scholar and author of several books on cinema. including Women, Islam and Cinema, Turkish Cinema: Identity, Distance and Belonging and The Routledge Dictionary of Turkish Cinema. Her latest monograph, Women as Images and as Image-makers in the Cinemas of Iran and Turkey is forthcoming from Routledge.

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  • Ben Dooley

    Ben Dooley has a First Class Degree in Film and Literature from the University of Essex and is currently taking a Masters in Film and Visual Media at Birkbeck, University of London. His undergraduate dissertation was on Jim Jarmusch. He also has specific interest in the auteurs of ‘Golden Age’ Hollywood: John Ford, Nicholas Ray, Douglas Sirk, Fritz Lang and Alfred Hitchcock, as well as the films of Rainer Werner Fassbinder.

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  • Olivier Dorais

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  • Krystle Doromal

    Krystle Doromal is completing her B.F.A. in Specialization Film Studies at Concordia University. Being of Filipino origin and Canadian citizenship, she is affected by the underlying political issues involved in filmmaking and representation, begrudged at the lack and misrepresentation of Asians in North American cinema. She has recently directed a short documentary film called Bout’Chou 3, which is about a local swimming group of children of immigrants from diverse nations living in Cote-des-Neiges, Montreal.

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  • David Douglas

    David Douglas

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  • Alain Dubeau

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  • Matt Dupee

    Matt Dupee

    Matthew DuPée is an author and horror film enthusiast who lives in the Washington D.C. metro area. He earned a BFA in Film & Video Production from Point Park University and his wide array of works have been published in Rue Morgue, Bright Lights Film Journal, and Morbidly Beautiful. He is currently completing a book for McFarland Press examining the history of contemporary Christmas horror films.

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  • David Durnell

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  • Kelly Egan

    Dr. Kelly Egan is an Assistant Professor in Visual and Media Studies within the Cultural Studies Department at Trent University. Kelly is a Canadian filmmaker, animated sound composer, film archivist and scholar. Her filmwork explores issues of materiality, intermediality, and media obsolescence. Her films have been screened at major festivals across Canada and internationally, including the Toronto International Film Festival, the Images Festival, the New York International Film Festival, the Rotterdam, International Film Festival and EXiS Experimental Film and Video Festival. Her film-based installations have been exhibited at the York Quays Gallery/Harbourfront Centre in Toronto, and L’espace virtuel in Chicoutimi, PQ.

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  • Elena El Earthbourne

    Elena El Earthbourne

    Elena Rodina (artist name El Earthbourne) is a Russian-American theater and film director/writer. Originally trained as an architect in Russia (Ph.D., 1998, St. Petersburg State University of Architecture) and in Japan (Waseda University, 1999-2000). From 2006 devoted her life to theater and film directing/writing/analyzing. Studied theater and film science/directing in Berlin, Germany (The Akademie and Freie University of Berlin, 2008-2011). Currently lives in New York City and holds the post of the Director of the Literature and Art house Program for the Pushkin Society in America. Other articles by Rodina include The Fractal Dimension of Tokyo Streets. For more info on Elena Rodina.

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  • Patrick Ellis

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  • Clint Enns

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  • Andrés Estrada

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  • Giulio Evangelista

    Giulio Evangelista

    Giulio Evangelista is an undergraduate student specializing in Film Studies at the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema. His research focuses on the democratization of intellectual and technological capital in the postmodern era. His work has been published in Offscreen and The Concordian. Outside of the arts, his interests include media studies, foreign affairs, and all things combat sports. You can follow him on Twitter.

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  • Aden Evens

    Aden Evens is Assistant Professor of English at Dartmouth College, specializing in new media. His current research explores the creative possibilities and limitations of digital technologies, starting from a theory of digital ontology. His first book, Sound Ideas (University of Minnesota Press 2005), is a phenomenological study of the effects of technology on the aesthetics of music and sound. Under the project name, “re:,” Aden has released two records of electroacoustic music on the Constellation label based in Montréal.

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  • Mojgan Eyvazi

    Mojgan Eyvazi, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the English Department at Payame Noor University, 19395-4697 Tehran, I. R. of Iran. She received her Ph.D. degree from Pune University, India. The title of her dissertation was “Human Predicament in Selected Works of Tennessee Williams,” which was revised into a book in 2008, Human predicament: Study of Tennessee Williams’ Selected Plays/, Tehran: Kelke Simin Publications. Her areas of specialization are drama and literary criticism. Her published essays include, “Man and Myth.” Asian Quarterly. 4 (May 2006), 26-34.

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  • Anna Fahr

    Anna Fahr

    Anna Fahr is an independent filmmaker whose work focuses on the contemporary Middle East and diaspora. Her latest narrative short, Transit Game (2014) examines the current refugee crisis in Lebanon against the backdrop of the Syrian war. The film has screened in dozens of festivals internationally winning awards in Berlin, Florence and San Francisco in addition to winning a Golden Sheaf Award for ‘Best Drama’ at the Yorkton Film Festival in Canada. In 2006, Anna independently produced/directed/edited the feature-length documentary, Khaneh Ma: These Places We Call Home, which examines issues of cultural identity and dual nationality from the vantage point of three generations of Iranians living in Iran, Canada, and Germany. The film screened theatrically at the National Film Board of Canada cinema in Montreal and in festivals worldwide. Anna holds a B.F.A. in Film Production from Concordia University in Montreal and a Master’s in Film and Middle Eastern Studies from New York University. In additional to filmmaking, Anna is an educator who has taught at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and in the department of Communication Arts at the Lebanese American University in Beirut.

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  • Hannah Ferguson

    Hannah Ferguson

    Hannah Ferguson recently completed her second year studying Art History and Studio Art at Concordia University. She enjoys the interplay between the visual and textual that emerges in the space between creating and writing about art, and is interested in research-creation. She is interested in pursuing research about feminism and film, the archive, and the intersection of medical and art history. Her writing has also been published in the Concordia Undergraduate Journal of Art History.

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