Browse the Clippings.me directory of film journalists below. We found 115 film journalists listed.
Blogger, editor and movie fan
I worked in book production and magazine sub-editing for nearly 25 years, before going freelance in 2009. I've been blogging at WordPress since 2010, and I have written about cinema, TV and sport for The Guardian, Radio Times, Huffington Post (UK), Blogcritics and specialist film sites. I'm available for blogging, copy-editing and proofreading work.
Freelance film journalist and film programmer
Ashley is a writer and film programmer from London, now based in New York. He has written for publications including The Guardian, Sight & Sound, Vice, Time Out, Reverse Shot, and Little White Lies; and he has programmed at venues including BFI Southbank, BAMcinématek, and Clapham Picturehouse. He has also appeared as a guest critic on BBC One’s film show. Ashley is currently writing his first book, entitled 'Facing Blackness: Minstrelsy and the Media in Spike Lee's Bamboozled', to be published by The Critical Press in 2015. Contact him at ashcclark1 [at] gmail dot com
I'm a Sydney-based writer covering everything from travel, lifestyle, entertainment and anything in between. When I'm not writing, I'm still writing, developing copy and content for websites and marketing collateral. You can also find me blogging about all the amazing people and experiences that make up Sydney at www.mylocalworld.com.au Need more info? I'm a voracious eater. A somewhat successful drinker. An avid TV watcher. A nerdy film lover. A Tee Vee Snacks devourer. I support pro-social causes involving cultural engagement (I count travelling as one of them), and work towards my own development so I can help develop others. ** Disclaimer: Successful Oscar-nominated supermodel and world-class scientist are not terms widely associated with me.
Freelance Popular Culture Writer
I'm a freelance writer specializing in music, books, and technology. I am the author of two books: Michael Jackson FAQ (Backbeat Books) and Songs We Were Singing: Analyses of Beatles Tracks. Previously a music editor for Blogcritics.org, I'm currently a contributing editor for Beatlefan magazine, reviewer/columnist for Blinded by Sound and Something Else Reviews, and contributor to Cinema Sentries.
United States of America
USC PhD Student
PhD student, University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts, Critical Studies Division. MA in Film Studies, University College London. BA in Art History, Indiana University with a minor in Slavic Languages and Literatures and Certificate in Journalism.
I'm a writer, copywriter and screenwriter who's great at making information come alive for the internet. I've worked on projects about IT, energy policy, management strategy, haircare, extra-thin condoms, vegetables, car sales and everything in between. I also used to edit Three Thousand (Melbourne's first online city guide) so I've got plenty of experience talking about arts, music, recreation and travel. There's a small sample of my work below, and you can get in touch at [email protected]
Journalist/blogger based in Antwerp, Belgium
I graduated from Thomas More University in September 2012 with a Bachelor's degree in Journalism . I currently write for Sir Magazine and occassionally for Gazet van Antwerpen, a local newspaper. I have worked as a music critic for Rif Raf Music magazine and written about video games for GUNK magazine.
Print, online and multimedia journalist
Writer, reporter and investigator specialising in: law || business || media || politics || pop culture || cinema || television || music || theatre || photography || advertising || marketing || travel || education || community || finance The stories collected below are merely a sample of my work. Please see my Pressfolio (see the link below) page for my main portfolio. For my full portfolio and resume, email [email protected]
I’m a freelance journalist with a background in arts, travel and languages. I speak fluent French, having previously worked in Paris as fashion and beauty editor for Agence France-Presse’s international news wire AFP-Relaxnews. Although I’m now based in the Kent town of Tunbridge Wells, my language skills are still put to use via my regular contributions to Discover Benelux, a lifestyle magazine promoting Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. Previous journalism roles include content editor for online hotel reservations agency Booking.com and film editor for Cover Media, a digital news provider supplying multi-language entertainment feeds worldwide. My portfolio comprises celebrity interviews, news stories, creative writing and first person journalism for publications including The Guardian, The Telegraph and France magazine. I recently got married, so most bylines are under my family name (Parkin).
Jeremy Rodriguez is a freelance writer from New Jersey. The Rowan University graduate has interviewed government officials, activists and high-profile celebrities throughout his career and has won several accolades for his work, including a first-place award from the National Newspaper Association. Jeremy's work has been featured in Philadelphia Gay News, Hollywood.com, Metro Philadelphia, QuirkBooks.com, TheYoungFolks.com, Costume SuperCenter and The Whit. In addition, Jeremy possesses skills in copywriting, marketing and social media. You can contact Jeremy via email at [email protected]