Alicia Fletcher is the writer and producer of Hollywood Suite’s original series A Year in Film, an episodic documentary that explores how films reflect the politics and culture of their time. She is also the producer and co-host of the series’s companion podcast. Her film criticism has appeared regularly in Cinema Scope Magazine since 2016, and she has taught film-related courses at Ryerson University’s graduate school, Humber College, as well as The LIFE Institute. An experienced film programmer, her curated programs have been featured at TIFF Cinematheque (Funny Girl: The Films of Elaine May; Working Girls: The Films of Dorothy Arzner; The Enchanted Screen: Fantasy in Silent Film), and the Royal Cinema (Ladies of Burlesque). For nearly a decade, Alicia has curated Silent Revue held at the historic Revue Cinema, Canada’s only year-round showcase dedicated to silent cinema and Toronto’s longest-running repertory series. She is a member of the Visual Researcher’s Society of Canada and holds a MA in Cinema Studies from the University of Toronto’s Cinema Studies Institute, as well as a MA in Film Preservation and Collections Management from Ryerson.