My name is Charlie Lyne. I was born in 1991 in St. Mary's Hospital, Paddington. I grew up in South London and attended the Maytree Nursery School, class of '95.

Today, I am a filmmaker and freelance writer living in North London. You can see some of things I'm up to at the moment on this page.

You can find out less information about me on my Wikipedia entry, or e-mail me on hello at charlielyne dot com.

My first film premiered earlier this year at the SXSW Film Festival.

Narrated by cult teen star Fairuza Balk, Beyond Clueless is a dizzying journey into the mind, body and soul of the teen movie, as seen through the eyes of over 200 modern coming-of-age classics.

According to Screen International, 'there is no denying the wealth of research and smart analysis that makes up Beyond Clueless'. Please discontinue all such denials.

The film will have its Canadian premiere this April at HotDocs, in the festival's 'Nightvisions' strand.

I made a video blog about my time at SXSW for the Guardian's 'Generation Y' takeover.

I also spoke about the process of researching Beyond Clueless at literary cabaret night Homework.

I edit the movie blog Ultra Culture.

It's 'easily the funniest, sharpest movie blog around' (Sky Movies) but also 'desperately trendy' (Daily Mail).

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I also edit the porn blog Beholder.

I curate and host Ultra Culture Cinema, an irregular series of film screenings at the Institute of Contemporary Arts.

Most recently, Ultra Culture Cinema hosted the UK premiere of Spring Breakers across two sold-out screens.

I write the Home Entertainment column in the Guardian Guide.

I made the music video for Hey There by Hometape, from The Redtube Album.

Vice called it 'really good'.

I'm a member of the Critics' Circle, the world's oldest critical organisation.

I made a short film called Death/Hitchcock in 2011.

It was viewed over 100,000 times on YouTube and recommended by Roger Ebert.

I recorded an unabridged reading of Miley Cyrus's memoir 'Miles To Go'.

Before she was cool.

I've lectured at Leeds and Hertfordshire universities, and spoken on panels organised by Sheffield Doc/Fest, BAFTA, YouTube and Kickstarter, amongst others.

I organised and hosted The Great Teen Movie Debate at Somerset House in August.

The panel included Attack the Block director Joe Cornish, Little White Lies editor David Jenkins and Film 2013's Danny Leigh.

The Times named me one of their Top 100 Arts Tweeters.

You can follow me @charlielyne.

A couple of years ago, I walked 100 people around Central London on the Ultra Culture Walking Tour.

I run the experimental writing group Burn Night with Frances Taylor.

I've won awards from UAL and Sky.