Corrina Antrobus is a born and bred East Londoner, film writer, podcaster and founder of The Bechdel Test Fest—a celebration of films that present women in a positive and dynamic light. In 2017 she was awarded a Trailblazer Award from Melissa Silverstein’s Women and Hollywood, which advocates and agitates for gender diversity and inclusion in the global film industry. She is a regular BIFA juror and judged the Aswan’s International Women Film Festival in Egypt in 2018. She is a film writer and podcaster who also meddles in film distribution, marketing and exhibition, and who loves nothing more than attending film festivals and sniffing around old cinemas around the world. She tweets at @corrinacorrina and @BechdelTestFest.
Corrina's essay entitled "Push it Real Good: How to Set it Off, Set it Straight" appears in She Found it at the Movies.