Pamela Hutchinson is a freelance writer, critic and film historian, specialising in silent and classic cinema as well as stardom and women’s film history. She contributes regularly to Sight & Sound, The Guardian, Criterion and Indicator, and often appears on BBC radio. She is a guest tutor at the National Film and Television School and a member of the London Film Critics’ Circle. Her publications include essays in several edited collections as well as a monograph on Pandora’s Box (BFI, 2018). She is also the editor of 30-Second Cinema (Quarto, 2019) and the founder and editor of Silent London, a silent cinema website. She tweets at @pamhutch and @silentlondon.
Pamela's essay entitled "Death Cults and Matinee Idols" appears in She Found it at the Movies.