ABOUT

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BRODY ROSSITER

Brody Rossiter is a FALMOUTH UNIVERSITY Film graduate and journalist who has contributed to several print and online publications including ONSCREEN, LITTLE WHITE LIES, BRIGHT WALL/DARK ROOM, BIG SCREEN, MOVIE MAGIC, DOWN WITH FILM and HEYUGUYS. During his final year of study he was the editor-in-chief of RUSHES Magazine, Falmouth University Film’s online platform for emerging young writers and film criticism, and the PR & Marketing writer for the Cornwall based 2012 PIXELATE film festival.

EMMETT BARLOW

Emmett Barlow is a graduate from MANCHESTER METROPOLITAN‘S Film and Media school, since then he has been working in a number of varied television production roles, but keeps himself sane by venting his thoughts and musings on the films and television dramas he feels most passionate via FILM IN WORDS.

AARON KENT

Aaron Kent is an English Literature and Creative Writing graduate from Falmouth University, and is currently finishing his Masters in Film and Television. As a screenwriter he has written several short films, and is currently in pre-production on his first TV show. He is also a poet and has been published in various magazines and journals. As a child Aaron wanted to be Godzilla. As a grown up Aaron still wants to be Godzilla.

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7 thoughts on “ABOUT

  1. Great site! I’m so glad I looked up “Goosebumps” to see what other people thought and came across your page! Can’t wait to stay updated with your posts!

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