Our Writers

Every cinephile has that at least one list (or queue) of films. The writers on this site aren’t any different. In fact, we have multiple. Ranging from new releases to classic films we simply weren’t born in time to watch on the big screen.

Here, we will try and make the queue smaller, but it’s endless. For every film we strike out, another 3 get added. The wonderfully endless queue will go on forever, as we hope to.

Andres Guzman

Andres has loved film for as long as he can remember. He has memories of going to the theatres nearly every weekend, and then some more. He believes one of the best activities known to man is the post-movie discussion, so he and Jeffrey started a podcast to have those conversations, while also asking questions to one another, and the audience. After not finding time for the podcast, he focused his time on creating a site where he and his passionate friends could continue those conversations.

Follow him on Letterboxd, and Twitter.

Arianne Binette

Arianne is a 24 years old film student that became obsesses with movies for the first time when she first saw the original Star Wars when she was just seven years old. Since then, movies and television became her escape. With dreams of one day being a successful writer, she watches too many TV shows and movies for her own good. With a love for comic book movies and show and anything science fiction/fantasy, she also loves a good drama that makes you cry every tear in your body. Some of her favourite movies include Moonlight, Pan’s Labyrinth, Empire Strikes Back and Room. While some of her favourite television series are Oz, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Battlestar Galactica and Grey’s Anatomy.

You can find her on LetterboxdTwitter,  and on Tumblr.

Jeffrey Pedernera-Briones

Jeffrey pretends to be a writer as well as a good human being. He is better at one than the other but decide for yourself at his Twitter, (@Jeff_Ped) or his Instagram (@jeffrey_pedernera).

Kennisha Archer

Kennisha is a 22-year-old graduate of Ryerson’s social work program. While seemingly unrelated to film, it’s through University that her love of the intersection of pop culture and social justice (with a particular interest in race and gender) was really grounded. She is a lover of poetry, watches far too much reality tv, spends an embarrassing amount of time laughing at memes, and has a mildly concerning interest in murder mysteries & serial killers.

You can follow her on Instagram.

Skyler Queen

Born on the Forrest Moon of Endor, Skyler was locked away in an enchanted castle until he escaped to Rick’s Cafe Americain. Here he met a man who thought it would be fun to run a newspaper and thus, his journalism career was born. He chooses to express a love of film and television through acting, writing, and also rigorous discussions with colleagues. He is incredibly proud of his association with The Film Queue and hopes it will continue for years to come.

You can find him on Twitter.