A self-confessed addict of overanalyzing all things onscreen. Prone to tangential thinking. An avid reader she especially loves Dickens, LOTR, and her Kindle. She is currently working on her second romance novel.
Andy Winter (they/them/theirs) is a non-binary ice goddess living in the warm tropics of Singapore. Their works have appeared in Stellium, Strange Horizons and beestung. Find them chilling at https://whispersinwinter.wordpress.com/
A freelance writer, food blogger and digital marketer, I graduated in English Literature, with a Masters in Political Science. I love to travel and explore life to the fullest.
I am a published author of a light novel. I write about my favourite anime and manga series on various websites such as Comic Years and BlastingNews.
Barnali Ray Shukla
Writer, film-maker, compulsive travel- enthusiast,sans the baggage, a mutant poet. My feature-film as writer/director, Kucch Luv Jaisa is streaming on Netflix
Cheyanne is an English undergraduate from Singapore who seeks to expand her small world through her love for stories and art.
Growing up in the west of Ireland, I am passionate about films, writing, reading, reviewing, photography, and scriptwriting. I co-host a podcast called ‘The Monochrome Picture Show’ where we talk about classic and contemporary films.
A writer by profession, Devraj Kalsi has published short fiction in Deccan Herald, The Bombay Review, Assam Tribune, and The Statesman. He's authored a family drama novel titled 'Pal Motors' and is currently working on a memoir.
Gabrielle is passionate about cinema that carves spaces for women behind the camera and on screen.
Gabrielle Shiozawa is the author of One Breath at a Time: Lessons on Grief and Growth. She is studying journalism at Brigham Young University. In her free time, you can find Gabrielle writing, hiking, or enjoying movie theater popcorn.
Gautam Bisht is pursuing a PhD in Learning Sciences at the Northwestern University, USA. He is the founder of Sinchan Education and Rural Entrepreneurship Foundation. His interests include cinema and culture.
Hiranmoy Lahiri is a writer who studied video editing at Kolkata Film and Television Institute, India. A postgraduate in English Literature, he has published articles in The Statesman, The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, the Offscreen website and Asiatic: IIUM Journal of English Language and Literature.
I was once an exec for a prominent financial magazine. GDP what??? Nowadays, I'm a published poet, travel writer, and "vintage" pop culture blogger. I love movies, and especially those dusty old classics. I "heart" the rich history of film.
Before reviewing films, Kevin spent several years in the film industry in Los Angeles, appearing in minor roles on TV, while also doing short films and theatre. Kevin lives with his wife, stepson, two cats, a dog, and bearded dragon near Baltimore, MD.
Michael K. Aakhus is Professor of Art at the University of Southern Indiana. He retired as Dean of the College of Liberal Arts.
An avid reader and a life-long lover of blue skies, I like to spend my time with obscure poetry and dissecting films. Currently besotted with Maupassant, art history and all things Nolan, you can find me spacing out to Queen while I look for new things to obsess with.
Praveena Preety Kaur
Praveena Preety Kaur is a fourth-year student majoring in English , minoring in Drama and Performance. She occasionally binge watches horror, thriller, romance movies and pursues acting on the side.
A self-proclaimed movie buff who swears he's funnier on the Internet than he is in real life. He also constantly makes sitcom references to make sense of a life that is slowly succumbing to entropy.
Sophie-Anne Lim is a fourth-year student at Nanyang Technological University. She is majoring in English with a second major in Communication Studies. In her free time, she enjoys playing sports and the piano.
Talia Voon is an undergraduate final year student studying English Literature at Nanyang Technological University, who loves to watch and dissect films.
Tammie reads English Literature at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. She has a bad habit of rewatching the same films too many times for her own good.
After studying journalism in college, Zach went on to pen film reviews for two local St. Louis outlets. He's since published two novels and continues to write about movies from his home in the Missouri countryside.
Zelda loves aburi sushi and mandopop ballads. Her favourite movies are Grave of the Fireflies, The Handmaiden, and Little Forest. She also enjoys psychological thrillers and Taiwanese romance films.