Tessa Strain

Lady Macbeth (2017)
Your Name (2016)
Where The Boys Are (1960)
Wild Things (1998)

Tessa Strain is a writer living in Geoff’s apartment. Her work has appeared in Bright Wall/Dark Room and The Comics Journal. She is @tessastrain on Twitter, where she does a pretty good job, and on Instragram, where she does a bad one.

Aubrey Bellamy

10 Cloverfield Lane (2016)
Deadpool 2 (2018)
Wild Things (1998)

Aubrey Bellamy is an up and coming piece of shit (👼) in Los Angeles, CA. She writes, also.

Fran Hoepfner

Boogie Nights (1997)
Hotel Artemis (2018)

Fran Hoepfner is a writer living in New Jersey where she is pursuing a MFA in Fiction at Rutgers. She is an editor at large for Bright Wall/Dark Room. She is best known for being the loudest about Force Majeure (2014) online, and she also writes a cooking tinyletter called chomp chomp.

Disturbia (2007)

Caitie Delaney is a TV writer living in Los Angeles. Ugh, typical! 

Caitie Delaney

Blue Collar (1978)

Kyle Amato lives in Somerville and watches more movies than TV shows, finally. He writes for Boston Hassle’s Film Flam section, and is the creator of Hawke Cast, the podcast focusing on the works of Ethan Hawke.

Kyle Amato

The Social Network (2010)

Sara McHenry is a writer and cartoonist in Chicago, IL (maybe you've heard of it??). Her work has appeared on Clickhole, Buzzfeed, and most notably, Movie Diary 2018. She and her husband, Tom McHenry, run a Patreon together, where you can subscribe to receive zines, comics, stickers, and even cookies in the mail every month. She loves cats, vegetables, and weightlifting. 

Sara McHenry

You Were Never Really Here (2017)

Tom McHenry is a cartoonist, writer, and game developer in Chicago, Ill. He sometimes writes about movies he sees on Letterboxd (but it's no Movie Diary 2018, tbqh). He and his wife, Sara McHenry, run a Patreon together, where you can subscribe to receive zines, comics, stickers, and even cookies in the mail every month. 

Tom McHenry

Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)

Pete Toms is a cartoonist, writer, and mannequin cursed with life. His two most recent books are Dad’s Weekend and The Short Con. His twitter is @fancypetetoms

Pete Toms

Pride & Prejudice (2005)
Wild Things (1998)

Kristin Lueke is a Virgo, but that’s not all! She’s also a native Californian and a poet, whose work has popped up in places like Untoward Magazine and NAP. Her chapbook, (in)different math, is small and quiet, though she herself is neither. She was nominated for a Pushcart Prize precisely once, for a poem about revenge. It didn't win.

Kristin Lueke

Two Lane Blacktop (1971)
Wild Things (1998)

Sean Witzke (July 24, 1900 – March 10, 1948) was an American socialite, novelist, painter and wife of author F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Born in Montgomery, Alabama, she was noted for her beauty and high spirits, and was dubbed by her husband as "the first American Flapper". Sean and Scott became emblems of the Jazz Age, for which they are still celebrated. The immediate success of Scott's first novel This Side of Paradise (1920) brought them into contact with high society, but their marriage was plagued by wild drinking, infidelity and bitter recriminations. Ernest Hemingway, whom Sean disliked, blamed her for Scott's declining literary output, though her extensive diaries provided much material for his fiction. After being diagnosed with schizophrenia, she was increasingly confined to specialist clinics, and the couple were living apart when Scott died suddenly in 1940. Sean died seven years later in a fire at the hospital in Asheville, North Carolina in which she was a patient.

Sean Witzke

Woman On The Run (1950)

Caroline Golum is a filmmaker and writer living in Brooklyn, NY. When she is not working for the Man, she is usually at, writing about, or trying to make a movie. Her first feature, A Feast of Man, might be coming to a local festival or microcinema near you (if you’re lucky). You can follow her on Twitter @carolineavenue.

Caroline Golum

Game Night (2018)

Brett Rader is a podcast producer in Los Angeles. He's worked with Cracked, Earwolf, Vice, and Techwalla. He currently works with the Unpops Podcast Network and his podcast Hey Julie will be returning to your podcast app of choice this summer to recap America's favorite guilty-pleasure summer pastime: Big Brother on CBS.

Brett Rader

Robbie Dawson

Escape From New York (1981)

Christian Brown is an animator and writer in Los Angeles who used to kind of have Kurt Russell's haircut. He stopped doing that a few years ago, but still does the writing thing. His tweets are good enough at @deepomega and his animation is better at www.ctbgraphics.com.

Christian Brown

Camp Nowhere (1994)

Caroline Moss is the co-author of HEY LADIES! and a lover of 90s kids movies.  

Caroline Moss

The Kissing Booth (2018)

Christine Friar is a tiny baby from Brooklyn, New York who is typing on the computer all by herself. You can find her on twitter.com/christinefriar and
instagram.com/christinefriar, depending on how you like your content served.

Christine Friar

Thunderbolt And Lightfoot (1974)

Dustin Harbin is a cartoonist from North Carolina. He was born in 1974, just like Thunderbolt & Lightfoot.

Dustin Harbin

Noroi: The Curse (2005)

Adam Szym is a cartoonist living in Brooklyn. He mostly draws sci-fi and horror comics, and his work is available to read at http://www.goodshowsir.com.

Adam Szym

Independence Day (1996)

Meredith Gran is a cartoonist and animator who drew the webcomic Octopus Pie and is currently working on an adventure game called Perfect Tides. She lives in Philadelphia, PA.

Meredith Gran

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2005)

Andrew Spena lives and writes in Brooklyn, but everyone can tell he’s not really from here. He’s written for Mic, MEL, given away good content on Twitter dot com, and wasted too much on “Instagram.” His stalker recently gave up andrewspena.com, which is now his professional online home.

Andrew Spena

Bringing Out The Dead (1999)

Tony Wilson is a videoman and writer whose most recent projects include the comics Dead Kids, The Legend of Jared, and Ladies Book Club, running now on dropout.tv.

Tony Wilson

Venom (2018)

Rebecca Bulnes used to write for Podmass at The AV Club but quit that to start her own podcast called Classroom Crush which is so embarrassing but also it’s a good podcast. She’s living in New York City now where she is looking to get famous and EGOT. She’s on twitter falling in love with people and in the real world trying to do comedy shows. Please book/date her.

Rebecca Bulnes

Halloween (1978)

Morgan Jeske is an artist living in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Morgan Jeske

The Witch (2015)

Caitlin Schneider is writer/editor living in Brooklyn.

Caitlin Schneider

Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)

Sloane Leong is a cartoonist, artist and writer currently living near Portland, Oregon. Her newest project is Prism Stalker, a psychedlic scifi adventure comic series. She also co-hosts Salt and Honey, a podcast focused on comics craft and storytelling with her friend Leslie Hung. Her twitter is @sloanesloane.

Sloane Leong

The First Purge (2018)

David Brothers is a writer, editor, and podcaster who was born in Georgia and lives in Oakland. You can find him sitting by the dock of the bay, watching time roll away.

David Brothers

Destination Wedding (2018)

Jo Barchi is a writer and editor whose work has appeared in or is forthcoming from, Buzzfeed, the shabby dollhouse reader, peach mag, and joyland mag. They live in Chicago.

Jo Barchi

Gotti (2018)

Matt Lubchansky is a cartoonist and illustrator who lives in Queens. They are the associate editor of The Nib. Hey check out this cool shirt

Matt Lubchansky

Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003)

Jamison Hermann is a video producer and terminally online person living in Brooklyn, NY. At one point he earned a bachelor’s degree in film studies. At various other points he sailed on tall ships. You can follow him or yell at him at @jhermann.

Jamison Hermann