Contributors

Christina Battle: Originally from Edmonton, Alberta, Battle is an experimental filmmaker and independent curator. She is currently Assistant Professor of Film Studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder.

Scott Birdwise: Programmer at the Canadian Film Institute and film scholar.

Amanda Dawn Christie: Christie is an interdisciplinary artist work- ing in film, contemporary dance, photography, and electroacoustic sound design. She currently works as a production supervisor at the Faucet Media Arts Centre & Struts Gallery in Halifax.

Marc Glassman: A Toronto-based writer, critic, broadcaster, and film programmer, Glassman is also editor of POV and Montage film magazines.

Mike Hoolboom: Independent film and video maker, writer, and editor of several books on Canadian experimental cinema.

Tom McSorley: Executive Director of the Canadian Film Institute, Sessional Lecturer in Film Studies at Carleton University, and film critic for CBC Radio One. His most recent book is Atom Egoyan’s The Adjuster (Toronto: University of Toronto Press/Toronto Interna- tional Film Festival Group, 2009).

Solomon Nagler: An experimental filmmaker originally from Win- nipeg, Nagler is currently Associate Professor in Film at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NASCAD University) in Halifax.

Quay Brothers: Born in Pennsylvania, Stephen and Timothy Quay are identical twins whose influential and award-winning stop-motion animated films are internationally renowned. They live in London, England.

Chris Robinson: Artistic Director of the Ottawa International Ani- mation Festival and freelance writer, cultural critic, and author.

John Piekoszewski