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Kinoscope is an online platform dedicated to presenting films by established and emerging filmmakers. It praises a broad variety of cinematic works through curated streaming/VOD exhibition, live screenings and publications. Kinoscope aims to enhance the appreciation and understanding of film as an art form globally among diverse audiences.

Adam Cook

Writer

Adam Cook is a film critic and programmer based in Toronto. He has bylines in Film Comment, Sight & Sound, Cinema Scope, Fandor, Little White Lies, Filmmaker Magazine, Cineaste, Brooklyn Magazine, VICE, and others. He is currently editing a book on contemporary genre cinema for The Critical Press. Adam is Programming Associate at TIFF for Piers Handling, and is the curator of Future//Present, a program at VIFF highlighting emerging Canadian independent filmmakers. He is a former Editor and Director of Programming for MUBI.

Hossein Eidizadeh

Writer

Hossein Eidizadeh is a film critic and translator based in Tehran, Iran. He regularly contributes to different film magazines in Iran such as 24 and Filmkhaneh. His writings has appeared in Fandor Keyframe, MUBI Notebook, Indiewire and Sight & Sound. His movie blog is framative.com.

Jaime Grijalba

Writer

Grijalba is a Chilean filmmaker and critic, and a regular contributor to Kinoscope, Brooklyn Magazine, and film sites, MUBI and Conlosojosabiertos. He writes primarily about Latin American cinema and festival experiences around the globe, both in English and Spanish.

Kenji Fujishima

Writer

A freelance film critic, contributing to Slant Magazine, Brooklyn Magazine, Paste, and Village Voice, among others. When he's not watching movies and writing and editing film criticism, he's trying to absorb as much music, art, and literature as possible. He has not infrequently been called a "culture vulture" for that reason

Matt Turner

Matt Turner is a London based writer and programmer. Articles have appeared in Little White Lies, MUBI, Variety, Indiewire, BOMB Magazine, The Brooklyn Rail, The Calvert Journal, Senses of Cinema, Documentary Magazine, Millennium Film Journal, Festivalists and Dispatch Feminist Moving Image. His work is collected at Tale of Cinema.

Ela Bittencourt

Writer

A writer, film critic and curator, currently based in São Paulo, Brazil. Her essays and interviews have appeared in publications including Artforum, Cineaste, Film Comment, Frieze and Sight & Sound Magazine. Bittencourt was the curator of the 2015 Neither/Nor retrospective of Polish nonfiction films at the True/False Film Festival, as well as the author of the accompanying monograph,Neither/Nor: Chimeric Cinema, Poland, 1970s-1990s. She also co-curated Stories of Transformation, a Polish film retrospective in Brazil in 2015 and serves on the selection committee for the It’s All True International Documentary Film Festival in São Paulo.