Andrew Wyatt is a Rotten Tomatoes-approved critic who lives in St. Louis, Missouri, where he has been writing about cinema, television, video art, and culture since 2007. Andrew was the lead film critic for St. Louis Magazine from 2010 to 2017. He has also been a contributor to Alive Magazine, The Common Reader, The Curator, and Temporary Art Review. For his work at St. Louis Magazine, he was named a finalist in the Blog Writing category of the 2014 Great Plains Journalism Awards. He is a member of the Online Film Critics Society and the St. Louis Film Critics Association, and serves as the webmaster for the latter organization. He has served as a juror and presenter for the St. Louis International Film Festival, the St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase, the Robert Classic French Film Festival, and the CinemaSpoke screenplay competition.
Cait Lore has been writing about film for St. Louis-based publications since 2015. She has covered film festivals and special events such as the London Film Festival, True/False Film Festival, and MoMA’s 2016 Mark Lee Ping-bin retrospective. The Missouri College Media Association awarded her First Place in Division II Column Writing in 2015, for her work with the Webster Journal. In 2016, Cait completed a master’s degree in film studies from the University of Kent. Currently, she is researching ‘romantic anarchism’, identity politics, and queer theory as they relate to New German Cinema.
Joshua Ray lives in St. Louis, Missouri, where he completed his Bachelor of Arts in Film Studies at Webster University. Joshua is now a freelance contributor, writing about film, television, and popular culture. He was selected for the 2017 Telluride Film Festival Student Symposium from amongst hundreds of applicants from around the globe. He is also currently on the selection committee for the 2018 St. Louis International Film Festival.