Sarah Ward is a freelance film critic, arts and culture writer, and film festival organiser. She is the Australian-based critic for Screen International, a film reviewer and writer for ArtsHub, the weekend editor and a senior writer for Concrete Playground, a writer for the Goethe-Institut Australien’s Kino in Oz, and a contributor to SBS and SBS Movies, Metro Magazine and Screen Education. Her work has been published by the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Junkee, FilmInk, Lumina, Senses of Cinema, Broadsheet, Televised Revolution, and the World Film Locations book series. She is the editor of Trespass Magazine, and a film and TV critic for ABC radio Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast.
Sarah has worked with the Brisbane International Film Festival, Queensland Film Festival, Sydney Underground Film Festival and Melbourne International Film Festival. In 2016, she was a mentor at the Melbourne International Film Festival’s Critics Campus. In 2013, Flavorwire named Sarah one of “15 Great Female Film Critics You Ought to Be Reading“.
Alex Doenau‘s earliest cinematic memory is of Dumbo peering through the window when he was three years old. Since then he has been to the movies entirely too many times, but all attempts to stop him have failed. He lives in Sydney and works in a vague legal area. His personal site is www.batrock.net and he can be found on Twitter as @batrock.
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Alice is a committed cinephile, though there was a time she feared she might not be critical enough to review films. What a difference a festival makes! While future screenplay ideas percolate, Alice keeps busy contributing to publications including: Rotten Tomatoes, The Big Issue, TheVine, Street Press Australia, Concrete Playground, The Brag, Filmink and can also be found as a regular panellist on The Movie Club. And of course every so often she loves to Trespass…
Read more of her work at www.alicetynan.com
A Brit based in Sydney, Beth is constantly fighting for an organised queuing system and the right to call chips, crisps. She can often be found working at film festivals around NSW, and has become accustomed to surviving on very little sleep.
You can follow her on twitter at @bflwilson.
Glenn Dunks loves films, that we know for sure. As well as being a film critic for Trespass Magazine where his wildly unpredictable tastes you’ve grown accustomed to, Glenn is the creator and writer of film blog Stale Popcorn, film editor at Onya Magazine, has written for The Big Issue and Encore and has been heard on JOY 94.3. Glenn is based in Melbourne, is an active Twitterer (@stalepopcornau) and is particular fond of Australian, horror and queer cinema.
Melissa Wellham is a movie buff, word nerd, music snob, mag hag, comic book aficionado and zine maker. By day she works at a political communications firm (where she drinks tea and watches question time, mostly) and by night she writes (for such fine publications as Trespass, Onya, Lip magazine and BMA magazine).
You can read more of her work at http://melissawellham.blogspot.com/.
Sean Rom is a Sydneysider who works for an animation studio and spends his spare time writing. He is a lover of film, music, books, arty stuff in general really, your mum jokes and general inappropriateness. He is currently in the process of writing a romance novel entitled “A Caribbean Summer”. Please contact his production company “Love Beach Wow Studios” for information on the film rights.