About Ultra Dogme

Ultra Dogme is a Berlin-based film + music blog focused on sharing impressions + thoughts on art + culture.


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Editor in Chief

Maximilien Luc Proctor (+MLP+) is a French-American filmmaker and critic with a special interest in the avant-garde. He is a contributing editor for Photogénie, the founder and editor in chief of Ultra Dogme, and a curator for Fracto Experimental Film Encounter.
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Managing Editor

Ruairí McCann is a graduate of English Literature with Film Studies (BA) from University College Dublin and Film Studies (MA) from Queen’s University Belfast. He sits on the board of the Silgo Film Society and has written for Photogénie, Electric Ghost Magazine and Little White Lies. [Twitter]

Editors

Forrest Cardamenis is a freelance film critic based in Queens, New York. His work has also appeared in Reverse Shot, Hyperallergic, MUBI, and other publications. [Twitter]

Martin Bremer was born and raised in Brazil. He has studied and lived in Germany (Heidelberg University), the U.S.A. (University of Connecticut), and England (Oxford University). He is currently studying game design in Berlin.
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Contributing Writers

paul a. is a New York based lifeform who enjoys writing about experimental cinema, rap music, and anything else that tickles his fancy. You can find him on letterboxd, where he spends far too much of his free time, or catch up with his writing via In Review Online and MUBI Notebook.

Alonso Aguilar is a cultural journalist from Costa Rica. He does editorial labor in Krinégrafo: Cine y Crítica and his writings have featured in Mubi Notebook, Bandcamp Daily, Film International, photogénie and Cinema Tropical, among other outlets. 

Arta Barzanji is a writer and filmmaker based in Philadelphia. His writing appears both in Farsi and English, focusing on filmmakers such as Sohrab Shahid Saless, Straub-Huillet, Pedro Costa as well as films like Satantango, Wanda, and Shanghai Express. Arta’s own films, including halluCINEtions and The Act of Seeing, explore the relationship between the viewer and the screen while engaging with the works of filmmakers such as Stan Brakhage and Malcolm Le Grice. [Twitter]

Tobias Burms is a communications and law graduate whose admiration for auteur cinema is balanced by an addiction to trash, pulp and Hollywood genre movies.

Jefferson Everest Crawford lives in rural Vermont. His ongoing research is on amateur filmmaking, labor, and personal practices. As a filmmaker and curator he is invested in an amateur and rural focus, and is involved in White River Indie Films, a regional festival.

Souky De Wolf holds an MA in Film and Theatre Studies and is currently working toward an MA in Culture Management and Film Studies at the University of Antwerp. She is a contributing writer for Photogénie, and a participant in their Young Critics Workshop 2018. [Twitter]

Hugo Emmerzael is a film and music critic based in Amsterdam. He is an editor of monthly independent Dutch film magazine, De Filmkrant, with other writings published in Senses of CinemaGonzo (circus)Beneficial ShockFrame.Land and on the Berlinale Talent Press platform, of which Hugo is a 2019 alumnus. [Twitter]

Igor Fishman is a writer and film critic based in Brooklyn, New York. You can find more of his work on his site Lost Asterisk. [Twitter]

Ejla Kovačević is a Croatian film critic, currently residing in Paris where she’s interning at filmmakers’ cooperative Light Cone. She’s been a long-time collaborator of International Experimental Film and Video Festival – 25 FPS and an active member of film labs community  dedicated to the promotion and preservation of analog film practices. As a member of Zagreb-based filmlab Klubvizija she organized numerous workshops and projections, continuously sharing her passion for photochemical experiments that never cease to surprise her. [Twitter]

Madeleine Larrosa is an engaged feminist who believes in the power of arts as activism in an effort to change culture. She is nearing the completion of her PhD in neuroscience.

Richard Loria is a writer, filmmaker and translator. You can find him on his newly fashioned Twitter here.

Luise Mörke lives in Berlin and is currently a graduate student in art history at Humboldt University. As a teenager, she once provocatively declared that she liked movies more than books. Today she tries to speak less absolutely, but still spends a lot of her time watching, writing and thinking about film. Updates on current writing and other projects can usually be found on Instagram @luisezitamoe.

Yoana Pavlova is a Bulgarian writer, researcher, and programmer, currently based in France. Founding editor of Festivalists.com, with bylines for various outlets in English and French, as well as with contributions to books on the New East, French cinephilia, cinema 2.0, at this point her field of work includes also immersive media and analogue methods in art/film criticism. [Twitter]

Camilla Peeters is an MA student in Film and Theatre Theory at the University of Antwerp. She writes on fringe film and experimental music, contributing to photogénie, Indiestyle and Subbacultcha, and DJs under her own first name. She can be found on Instagram @_cam_cool.

Tijana Perović is balancing between obtaining a PhD in Vascular biology, strengthening her yoga practice and cultivating her emotional agility through cinema. 

Savina Petkova is a Bulgarian freelance film critic based in London. Her bylines include MUBI Notebook, photogenie, Electric Ghost Magazine, Girls On Tops and Screen Queens. She’s also a PhD candidate with a project on animal metamorphoses in contemporary European cinema at King’s College London. [Twitter]

Joseph Pomp recently completed a PhD on French state sponsorship of international art-house cinema and has contributed to Cinema ScopeHyperallergicThe Los Angeles Review of BooksSenses of Cinema, and other publications. He is now an editor at Harvard University Press. [Twitter]

Patrick Preziosi is a graduate of Literature (BA) from the State University of New York at Purchase. Based in Brooklyn, NY, Patrick began pursuing film criticism after a foray into music criticism. Patrick has written on film for Little White Lies, Metrograph Edition, Photogénie, The Purchase Phoenix and the Irish Film Critic. [Twitter]

Kelsie Renehan is a Masters candidate at Freie Universität Berlin, a current editor of the FU Review, the host and creator of the podcast FU Out Loud, and a University of Maryland alumn. She’s built houses, books, journals, and friendships across Maryland, Philadelphia, New Orleans, and Berlin. You can find more of her work in the Free State Review, The Wild Word, The FU Review, and scattered across the internet. [Twitter]

Felix Rodriguez is an Oklahoma musician and concert booker that spends more time thinking about music than not. [Twitter]

Noah Rosenberg is an artist working primarily with film and painting. His work has been shown in many venues including the Manetti Shrem Museum of Art, The Basement Gallery, Varsity Theater, and Wolf Kino, Berlin. He holds a BA in Studio Art, BA in Evolution, Ecology, and Biodiversity, and minor in Philosophy, from the University of California, Davis. He currently lives and works in Los Angeles. [Twitter]

Michael Sicinski is a writer and teacher based in Houston, Texas.

Srikanth Srinivasan is a film critic from Bangalore, India.

Alex Tripp is a data auditor based in Seattle, Washington with experience in the production of animation and computer music. You can find additional writing from Alex at endaural.

Žarko Urošević is an aspiring pole dancer and biomedical sciences lab rat, who dreams of being a big spoon one day. They spend most of their days explaining differences between sex and gender to other people, and contemplating moving to Venus.

Elspeth Vischer (She/Her) is freelance filmmaker based in Belfast who specialises in writing for screen & stage as well as directing + editing video content.

Charlotte Wynant is currently writing a PhD thesis on reductive aesthetics in the cinema of Chantal Akerman and Marguerite Duras at the Research Centre for Visual Poetics (University of Antwerp). The focus of her research lies on aesthetics of negativity in twentieth century cinema, literature and performance and the contributive role of French philosophy in their emergence.


Banner photos:
Film Fest Gent Photo Credit: © Bibí Euse
‘Bolex’ Photo Credit : © Michael Raiden
Everything else: © MLP + Tijana Perović

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