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Will has been writing about film and video games in various capacities for most of his adult life. He co-founded ThatShelf.com with Jeff Brown and Lucas Rizoli over beer & bruschetta in 2009. He is also Contributing Editor and co-owner of Art of the Title.
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Jason Gorber is a film journalist and member of the Toronto Film Critics Association. He is a Features Editor at DTK Magazine and a critic for HighDefDigest. His writing has appeared in Esquire, The Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, The National Post, Screen Anarchy, Birth.Movies.Death, IndieWire and more. He has appeared on CTV NewsChannel, CBC, CP24, RogerEbert.com and many other broadcasters. His has been a jury member at the Reykjavik International Film Festival, Calgary Underground Film Festival, RiverRun Film Festival, TIFF Canada's Top 10, Reel Asian and Fantasia's New Flesh Award.
Noah knows film. In addition to Dork Shelf, he has contributed to sites such as Indiewire and Art of the Title. His love of the medium always puts him on the side of the filmmaker when writing his reviews, so they have to go out out their way to get bad one. That being said, Noah’s opinion, while still just an opinion, is an educated one. From working in a video store, to studying film at Concordia University, acting in indie films, writing screenplays, to shooting and editing EPK material, he is a true cinephile who appreciates that when it comes to movies, no one will ever know all there is to know or see all there is to see.
Director of Social MediaAriel Fisher is a writer, editor, and podcaster from Toronto, Ontario. She has written for Toronto Film Scene, Sound on Sight, Rue Morgue, and Fangoria. She has also contributed to the BBC Culture’s 2017 poll of the 100 greatest comedies of all time. She co-hosts, edits, and produces two weekly podcasts; A Frame Apart, comparing and contrasting films in obscure ways, and After All, a cross-generational podcast exploring the social, political, and personal impact of the Mary Tyler Moore Show. She was published in Spectacular Optical’s latest book Yuletide Terror: Christmas Horror on Film and Television.
Eric has been writing about video games ever since arriving in Toronto in 2010. A lifelong gamer and professional nerd, he is also a contributor to Indie Game Reviewer and wrote the script for the video game Apocalypse Later during TOJam in 2012. Email - email@example.com
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