Contributors

Catharine Des Forges is director of the Independent Cinema Office.

Gareth Evans is a writer, editor and Film Curator at Whitechapel Gallery, London. He produced Grant Gee’s acclaimed essay film Patience (After Sebald), curates the PLACE festival at Aldeburgh Music, Suffolk and edits the journal Artesian.

Matthew Flanagan occasionally collects words and images at Landscape Suicide, and co-edits Lumen.

Dr May Adadol Ingawanij is Senior Research Fellow at University of Westminster and was director of the 6th Bangkok Experimental Film Festival: Raiding the Archives.

Katie Jackson is co-director of The Suitcase Cinema, a mobile fantasia of 16mm screenings and workshops.

James King is film and cinema co-ordinator at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.

Raya Martin is an independent filmmaker (Independencia, A Short Film About the Indio Nacional (Or the Prolonged Sorrow of Filipinos) ), whose films have been featured in numerous international film festivals and as part of a retrospective at the Museum of Moving Image in New York.

Stephanie Oswald is a film programmer at the Star & Shadow Cinema and blogs at Film and Beyond.

Michael Pierce is manager of cinephile hubs Cinema Nation and Scala Beyond, and deputy editor of Little Joe magazine.

Paul Ridd is programmer and acquisitions coordinator at Picturehouse Cinemas.

Kate Taylor is exhibition & distribution officer at the Independent Cinema Office.

Peter Taylor is a freelance film programmer, whose work includes the International Film Festival Rotterdam, WORM and the European Media Arts Festival (EMAF).

Patrick Brian Smith is an MA Film Studies graduate from King’s College London and film critic for The Quietus.

Jon Max Spatz is administrator at the Independent Cinema Office.  His filmmaking can be found here and his writing found in MovieScope magazine.

Simon Ward is deputy director at the Independent Cinema Office.

Jason Wood is director of programming at Curzon Cinemas.  He has contributed to many publications including The Guardian, Sight and Sound and The New Statesman and is author of the of 100 Independent American Films and 100 Road Movies.

Sarah Wood is an artist and filmmaker (I Want To Be A Secretary, For Cultural Purposes Only) and co-programmer of Club Des Femmes.

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