Chris Cagle is a film scholar and professor at Temple University, where he teaches courses in film history and film theory. His writing has been published in numerous journals and books. He is currently at work on a book about the postwar Hollywood social problem film. He writes two blogs: one centered on film theory, the other on repertory film in Philadelphia. Find Mr. Cagle at categoryd.blogspot.com and phillyrepertoryfilm.blogspot.com.
David Cooper Moore is a pop culture and media education scholar, and a documentarian. He currently works with the Media Education Lab at Temple University. He has developed media literacy projects for PBSTeachers, the Center for Social Media, Drug Free PA, and the Girl Scouts of America. Find Mr. Moore at davidcoopermoore.com.
Dustin Morrow is a filmmaker and professor at Portland State University, where he teaches courses in film production and studies. His films have won awards and been screened in venues around the world. His new book, “Producing for TV and New Media”, was recently published by Focal Press. His next book, a collaboration with the legendary actress Kathleen Turner, will be out later in 2013. Find Prof. Morrow at www.dustinmorrow.com.
Matt Prigge is a journalist and film critic who has written for a host of national print and online publications. He currently writes and reviews for Metro. He was also the creator and author of Philadelphia Weekly’s popular “Six-Pack” feature, an offbeat series of film-centered lists. Find Mr. Prigge at www.metro.us and prigge.tumblr.com.