CIP Writers



Peter Saunlarm holds degrees in English, Philosophy, and French from Arcadia University, Temple University, and Villanova University.
Peter has written articles for and published in the Public Spirit, Willow Grove Guide, The Globe, Times Chronicle, The Ticket, Melophobe, and Ambler Gazette. As an associate editor for Construction Equipment Guide, he managed the Midwest and Western editions. Currently, he teaches Language Arts in grades 7 through 12.
Peter also has published several poems in Poetic Voices and Poetry Motel and plays guitar for Mojo and the Helper Monkeys, Subourbon Station, and Camp Arawak.


Current Contributors:

Robert Curry was born in Langhorne Pennsylvania, and studied Film & Digital Video at The University Of The Arts in Philadelphia, from which he received a BFA in 2011.  He has been an active filmmaker and artist, experimenting in many mediums. Website:
His five favorite foriegn films are:
1- Berlin Alexanderplatz by Rainer Werner Fassbinder
2- The Leopard by Luchino Visconti
3- Cruel Story Of Youth by Nagisa Oshima
4- Come & See by Elem Klimov
5- Made In U.S.A. by Jean-Luc Godard

Tom Keiser

Laura Kinter is a freelance writer who resides in the Philadelphia suburbs. She is currently in pursuit of two majors in English and film at Vassar College in New York. Outside of college she interns for Big Beach Films and will soon attend Prague Film School. Check out here film blog, Wait, I Thought This Was About Dinosaurs. Always an avid foreign film watcher, her favorites include:
Obchod na korze (The Shop on Main Street) – Czechoslovakia, 1965
El secreto de sus ojos (The Secret in their Eyes) – Argentina, 2009
Angst essen Seele auf (Ali: Fear Eats the Soul) – Germany, 1974
Det sjunde inseglet (The Seventh Seal) – Sweden, 1957
Jules et Jim (Jules and Jim) – France, 1962

Luis Limon is a freelance writer, photographer and videographer currently living in Philadelphia, PA. He attended Drexel University (2005-2009), majoring in Film & Video Production, and is set to finish a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Television and Mass Media at Temple University. He writes leisurely at his independent blog site: “L’Imagination d’un Cornichon,”

Jennifer Leah Peck

Brian Warfield writes short stories. Read more on his site: He also occasionally updates his
Some of Brian’s favorite French movies include:
The 400 Blows
Man Bites Dog

Past Contributors:
Vincent Dicostanzo


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