Caroline Bem is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Art History and Communication Studies at McGill University. Her thesis, titled “From Writing Tablets to System Reboots: Death Proof and the Cinematic Diptych,” examines Quentin Tarantino’s 2007 film Death Proof from the perspective of art history, narrative theory and (video)game studies. She was the Assistant Editor for the journal Intermédialités which is based in the Department of Comparative Literature at Université de Montréal (www.intermedialites.ca). She is co-founder and co-editor of Seachange, an interdisciplinary journal based at McGill University (www.seachangejournal.ca). Her wider research interests include narrative theory in film, literature, and video games, as well as contemporary art ranging from painting to performance and new media installations. She has published exhibition reviews in Border Crossings, Canadian Art and Ciel Variable.