Editors: Michelle Carey Michelle is Artistic Director of the Melbourne International Film Festival. She also programs films for the Melbourne Cinémathèque. Daniel Fairfax Daniel is a doctoral candidate in Film Studies and Comparative Literature at Yale University. You can email Daniel at daniel[at]sensesofcinema.com. Alexandra Heller-Nicholas Alexandra is a film critic on Melbourne radio station Triple R and the winner of the 2016 Australian Film Critics Award for Best Review of an Individual Australian Film. She is the author of four books on cult and exploitation film: Rape-Revenge Films: A Critical Study (McFarland, 2011), Found Footage Horror Films: Fear and the Appearance of Reality (McFarland, 2014), Devil’s Advocates: Suspiria (Auteur, 2015) and Cultographies: Ms. 45 (Columbia University Press, 2017). She also works as a Research Assistant at the University of Melbourne and the Victorian College of the Arts. Mark Freeman Mark Freeman completed his PhD in 2013 and is a lecturer in the Department of Film and Animation at Swinburne University. He has published in journals such as Senses of Cinema, Metro, and Screening the Past, and his latest publication is a chapter entitled “An Uploadable Cinema: Digital Horror and the Postnational Image” for the anthologyDigital Horror: Haunted Technologies, Network Panic and the Found Footage Phenomenon edited by Linnie Baker and Xavier Aldana Reyes published in 2015. You can email Mark at mark[at]sensesofcinema.com. Rachel Brown Webmaster and Administrator Rachel Brown holds an MA in Arts and Cultural Management (Moving Image) from the University of Melbourne and freelances as a graphic designer & communications consultant. You can email Rachel at rachel[at]sensesofcinema.com. Committee: Tessa Dwyer (President) Tessa is Lecturer in Film and Screen Studies at Monash University. Her research focuses on screen media and language difference. Her forthcoming book Speaking in Subtitles is to be published by Edinburgh University Press. Tessa is a member of the inter-disciplinary research group ETMI (Eye Tracking the Moving Image) and the former director of the Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne. Stuart Richards (Secretary) Stuart teaches at RMIT University and the University of Melbourne. His first monograph The Queer Film Festival: Popcorn & Politics is published with Palgrave Macmillan. He has has previously worked with both the Melbourne Queer Film Festival and The San Francisco Frameline International LGBTQ Film Festival. Andrew Brown (Treasurer) Andrew is the Group Tax Manager at Village Roadshow Limited, a leading international entertainment and media company based in Melbourne. He has been with Village for approximately 8 years and worked with the company for another 2 years previously. Andrew has 15 years experience in corporate tax. He is a Chartered Accountant and a Graduate Master of Taxation at Melbourne University. Andrew is also a Chartered Tax Advisor with the Tax Institute. David Oakley David works as an Account Manager at Squiz Australia. In that role he works as a collaborative leader with multi-disciplinary digital/web teams, coaching and empowering members to achieve strategic outcomes for clients in education, government and non-profits. He has been a member of the Senses of Cinema committee for over four years, including as President. He has a postgraduate degree in Film and Television and a Bachelors degree in business systems. Angela Ndalianis Angela is Professor in Screen Studies at the University of Melbourne. Her research focuses on film and entertainment media and their histories. Her publications include Neo-Baroque Aesthetics and Contemporary Entertainment (MIT Press 2004), The Horror Sensorium: Media and The Senses (McFarland 2012), Science Fiction Experiences (New Academia 2009) and The Contemporary Comic Book Superhero (editor, Routledge 2008). Mark Spratt Mark has been Managing Director of independent film distribution company Potential Films since he established it in 1989. He was also co-founder of classics film distributor Chapel Distribution (1998-2015). He has extensive experience working for other distributors and managing several Melbourne independent cinemas between 1985- 2003. Mark has been a Senses of Cinema Committee Member since 2012, including three years as Treasurer. He has also been a Judge for the ATOM Awards (2014/15) and a Jury member at the Mannheim-Heidelberg International Film Festival. Andréas Giannopoulos Andréas is a Melbourne-born and Sydney-based film director and writer. He has worked on narrative shorts, documentaries and music videos, and has written for 4:3. He’s currently studying a Master of Arts Screen: Directing at the Australian Film Television and Radio School. Eloise Ross Eloise is an academic with a PhD in film studies, and is a co-programmer and President of the Melbourne Cinémathèque.