Antonio Pasolini is the editor of kamera.co.uk. He has an MA in film and television studies from the University of Westminster in London and is a video practitioner whose work has been shown widely in festivals in Europe, US and Brazil. He is a freelance writer for Time Out, Gay Times and The Guardian newswire, amongst others.
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Boyd van Hoeij is the editor of europeanfilms.net, the web destination for recent and upcoming European films. He is also a freelance writer for Cineuropa and Venice Days amongst others, as well as a member of the Online Film Critics Society . He can be reached at boyd[at]europeanfilms.net.
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Edmund Hardy lives in England where he writes articles on film, poetry and travel, and also proof-reads and copy-edits. Contact him at email@example.com
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Oliver Berry is a previous editor of kamera.co.uk and works as a writer and journalist in Cornwall and London. He is a regular contributor to various film, travel and music publications and his awards include The Guardian Young Travel Writer of the Year. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
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John Atkinson has worked for a number of years in film and media studies publishing. He is the author of the
Pocket Essential guide to the Oscars. And if you think he's going to tell you what his favourite films are, well think again.
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Ben McCann teaches Film Studies at Liverpool John Moores University. He is currently writing a book on 1930s French cinema and is also a contributor to the Wallflower Press Critical Guides (North American Directors/British and Irish Directors). He can be reached at email@example.com.
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Hannah Patterson is the Series Editor of the Wallflower Critical Guides to
Contemporary Directors and a freelance journalist on film.
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Darren Arnold is the film critic for the Dutch Courier, and is the
author of The Pocket Essential Spike Lee.
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Andy Murray writes for Manchester's City Life magazine, and is the co-author of the York Film Guide to A Hard Day's Night, Studying The Wicker Man for Auteur, as well as a forthcoming biography of scriptwriter Nigel Kneale.
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Elke de Wit is a freelance journalist and actor based in London.
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Chris Michaels is a graduate student and teacher at the University of Bristol where he is researching the role of chance in modern American literature and contemporary politics.
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Xavier Mendik is the Director of the Cult Film Archive, University College Northampton. He can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tim Keane is a writer in New York. He has completed a novel, That Strange Flower, the Sun and a book of poems Waking Yellow & Blue. You can visit him at www.timkeane.com.
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Jason Wood is a freelance writer and documentary filmmaker who has just
completed a Pocket Essentials book on Steven Soderbergh (publication January 2002)
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Ben Walters is a freelance writer living in London. He is a regular
contributor to Sight & Sound magazine and his first book, a short biography of Orson Welles, will be published by Haus in 2004.
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Sameer Padania lives in London, but is open to suggestion, and can be
e-mailed at email@example.com
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Alex King is a Senior Programmer for Leeds International Film Festival and
a freelance film writer. Visit his own film review website
www.alexking.org.uk or contact him on firstname.lastname@example.org
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Thessa Mooij is a Brooklyn-based writer,
who used to cover the Benelux film business for The Hollywood Reporter
and Screen International. Since then, she has had three screenplays
funded in her native Holland. Having published an essay about New
Bollywood in Cineaste, she is now completely addicted to Hindi films.
When not roaming Queens for the latest DVDs from Mumbai, she teaches
Film Criticism at the School of Visual Arts in New York.
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Paul Clarke has had no trouble holding his own in the dog-eat-dog world of
freelance film journalism after moving down to London last year. He will
work for food.
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Andrew Davies is a writer and critic who regularly contributes to a number of publications. He can be contacted at email@example.com
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Mathieu Ravier is programme co-ordinator of the Commonwealth Film Festival
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Scott Henderson is a freelance journalist specialising in film. Dedicated to becoming an encyclopedia of cinematic knowledge who functions solely on tea and Hob Nobs.
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Jon Ashton has been writing on film for City Lights (East Midlands) for several years, but has yet to see any evidence that anyone either knows or cares. He thinks writing about films is a daft way to spend your
time, but is no longer fit for anything else.
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Martha Snowdon is a Masters student in film at Southampton University with particular interests in independent cinema. She is a contributor to the Wallflower Critical Guide to Contemporary North American Directors (Wallflower Press, 2000) and can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Yoram Allon is editorial director of Wallflower Press, specialist
publishers of cinema and screen arts and can be contacted at
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Edward Lamberti works as a film researcher, and is currently writing a feature-length screenplay. He can be emailed at email@example.com
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Marcelle Perks lectures at Hannover University, Germany. A budding film extra, she has contributed to British Horror Cinema and The BFI Companion to Horror, as well as writing extensively about horror films in Fangoria, Shivers, Redeemer, Flesh and Blood, Eyeball and Videoworld magazines. She is currently writing a novel and researching the serial killer Fritz Haarmann.
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Tim Smedley is a free-lance writer and film student based in Sheffield,
who can generally be found at the cinema or in the pub. He can be
contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Laurence Boyce works for the Leeds International Film Festival, is the film editor of The Leeds Guide and a frequent contributor to Hotdog. He won the Guild of Regional Film Writers Award for Writer of the Year (Review) in 2002 and can still be seen holding the award in a vain attempt to cling onto glory. He can be contacted on
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Adrian Gargett has studied at the University of Hull (BA Art History),the University of London's Courtauld Institute (MA Art History) and the University of Warwick (PhD Philosophy) and currently works as a free-lance writer.
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Jamie Russell is a freelance film journalist and independent scholar. He
currently writes film reviews and articles for Hotdog, Total Film,
Popcorn.co.uk and BBC Online. He has recently published a book on Beat
Generation author William Burroughs and is currently working on two books
for the Pocket Essentials Series: The Beat Generation and Vietnam War
Films. He can be emailed at Jamie_Russ@hotmail.com
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Roger Gathman has written for the New York Observer, Newsday, American Scholar and other publications. He lives in Austin, Texas and can be contacted at RGATHMAN@aol.com
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Todd Harbour is a US-based freelance film and DVD critic specializing in genre, independent, and world cinema. He is a contributor to Wallflower Critical Guide to Contemporary North American Directors and is the founder of Mobius Home Video Forum, a moderated film and home video discussion web site. He can be reached at email@example.com
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Neil Jackson recently obtained his PhD from the University of
Westminster. He has contributed to the Robert De Niro and Christopher
Walken Movie Top Ten's (Creation Books) and the Wallflower Press Critical
Guides (North American Directors/British and Irish Directors). He has also
contributed to Post Script, Video Watchdog and the online journal Kino Eye.
His email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Ian Haydn-Smith is an author and freelance journalist
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Richard Armstrong is an Associate Tutor affiliated to the British Film
Institute. He is the author of Billy Wilder, American Film Realist
(McFarland, 2000) and is currently preparing a book on Realism for the Bfi's Understanding the
Moving Image series. He dreams of someday discovering the Peter Sellers
footage from Wilder's Kiss Me, Stupid in the attic.
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Chris Wiegand has written on film, music and literature for a number of
publications including Boxoffice Magazine, getoutthere.bt.com, Spike and
The Richmond Review. He is the author of The Pocket Essential French New
Wave. He can be reached at email@example.com
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Ellen Cheshire writes for Crime Time, Classic Television, Movie Memory and Matrix. She is the author of The Pocket Essential Jane Campion and co-author of The Pocket Essential Joel and Ethan Coen
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Michelle Le Blanc & Colin Odell are the authors of the Pocket Essential Vampire Films, as well as Pocket Essentials on David Lynch and Jackie Chan.
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Robert Cagle writes about film and popular culture. He'd certainly never survive on a desert island, films or no films
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James Clarke is the author of the Pocket Essential guide to Steven Spielberg
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Caroline Millar works in video and dvd publishing and is a freelance
reviewer for a number of publications. She can be reached at
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Eve Pomerance is a screenwriter and journalist who lives in New York. Her essays have appeared in the Independent Newspaper (UK) and Indiewire.com
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Mark Bego is the author of the new Pocket Essential guide to the films of The Marx Brothers (2001). His website is www.markbego.com
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Trevor Soderstrum is a graduate student and professor at Iowa State
University, Ames, Iowa.. He writes a weekly movie column for the LemCo.
newspaper chain and can be reached at JasonSode@aol.com
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Mark Steensland is the author of the Pocket Essential guide to Michael Mann
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Simon Jones is an Assistant Lecturer at Thames Valley University London
and a budding freelance journalist. He can be contacted at
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Douglas McCabe works in publishing and writes on books and films for
publications including Esquire, GQ and New Statesman. He can't decide
whether his desert island movie is Rear Window or Paris, Texas.
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Katy Thompson works for film industry paper The Hollywood Reporter and also reviews for its sister music publication Billboard. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Iain Tibbles is currently working on a screenplay. He can be reached at email@example.com
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Dr Jovan Ilic is a London-based writer, currently working on his first book. He is also a contributor to Stone Soup, an international magazine for new writing
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Andrea Henry is the books editor of the Daily Mirror. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Monika Maurer is a journalist and editor specialising in film. She has written for magazines including GQ, Esquire and Neon and is currently a regular contributor to industry paper The Hollywood Reporter and the UK's leading movie magazine, Empire. She has also worked as UK programmer for the Prague Film Festival and is the author of The Pocket Essential Krysztof Kieslowski. Her desert island movie is Emir Kusturica's Time of the Gypsies. She is a contributing editor and co-founder of kamera.co.uk and can be emailed at email@example.com
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