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Aineesh Dutt (1 Post)

Aineesh Dutt is a high school student in his senior year at St. Xavier's Collegiate School, Kolkata. His hobbies include music, literature, cinema, philosophy and football.

Arghya Tarafder (1 Post)

Arghya Tarafder has a degree in English literature. A movie bug in his mind, Arghya is ready to unleash himself in the world that revolves around photography, cinema and pop culture. Have perchance for life, love and more.

Fatima Chaudry (1 Post)

Raised in Sydney, Australia, Fatima is currently based in Dunedin, New Zealand and is pursuing her degree in Physiology at the University of Otago. She has a growing interest in cinema and gender studies. More broadly, she is keen to explore the Indigenous perspectives of both, Australia and New Zealand, as far as media representations of masculinity and femininity are concerned. In addition, she is enthusiastic about International Cinema, particularly Hollywood, and Indian and Pakistani media. She is an avid traveler and a musicophile.

Hou Hsiao-hsien (1 Post)

Hou Hsiao-hsien is a famous Taiwanese film maker and winner of major international awards.

Lyndsy Spence (2 Posts)

Lyndsy Spence is the founder of the Margaret Lockwood Society. Her books The Mitford Girls' Guide to Life and Mrs Guinness: The Rise and Fall of Diana Mitford were published by The History Press. Her forthcoming book, The Mistress of Mayfair will be published in November 2016. She is currently writing a biography on Margaret Lockwood.