Dr Josephine Dolan is a Senior Lecturer in Film Studies at the University of the West of England. She teaches and publishes in the areas of women and film and British cinema, whilst her most recent research is concerned with questions of aging, gender and film. She is a founder member of the WAM (Women, Aging, Media) research network and has been appointed to the Advisory Board of ENAS (European Network of Aging Studies). Her recent publications include “The Queen: The Bio-pic, Aging Femininity and the Recuperation of the Monarchy” in Aging Studies in Europe (Volume 2, 2012), “Firm and Hard: Stardom, Gender and the Troubling Embodiment of ‘Successful Aging’” in De-Centring Cultural Studies: Past, Present and Future of Popular Culture (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013) and “Smoothing the Wrinkles: Hollywood, the Pathological Gaze and Old-Age Femininity” in The Routledge Companion to Media and Gender (2013).Estella Tincknell is Associate Professor in Film and Culture at the University of the West of England. She is the author of Mediating the Family: Gender, Culture and Representation (Edward Arnold, 2005) and the forthcoming Viewing Jane Campion: Angels, Demons and Voices (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013). She is a member of the WAM (Women, Aging, Media) research network and has written and commented extensively on the ways in which older women are depicted in popular media. Her recent publications include “Goldie Hawn: A Dumb Blonde for the Baby Boomer Generation,” in Celebrity, Performance, and Aging (Verlag, 2012), “Scourging the Abject Body: Ten Years Younger and Fragmented Femininity under Neoliberalism” in New Femininities: Post-feminism, Neoliberalism and Identity (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), “Double O Agencies: Femininity, Post-feminism and the Female Spy in Casino Royale” in Revisioning 007: James Bond and Casino Royale (Wallflower Press, 2009) and, with Josephine Dolan and Suzy Gordon, “The ‘Postfeminist’ Biopic: Re-Telling the Past in Iris, The Hours and Sylvia” in Textual Infidelities (I. B. Tauris, 2009).