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Freelance film journalist and editor
I regularly contribute to Sight & Sound and the Journal of Film Preservation, as well as writing numerous booklet essays for such labels as Arrow, the BFI, Criterion, Eureka and Second Run, together with numerous one-off commissions. I was one of the creators of BFI Screenonline, produced the BFI's internationally acclaimed DVD compilations of the short films of the Quay Brothers and Jan Švankmajer, worked extensively on the Arrow Academy label from its 2011 launch until 2017, and have co-produced all of Powerhouse's Indicator releases since June 2017. I have also recorded commentaries for multiple releases, both solo (Arrow's 'The Night of the Shooting Stars'; Second Run's 'Black Peter') and in collaboration (Indicator's 'The Deadly Affair' and 'The Snorkel'). I've written about all kinds of world cinema, but have a particular interest in central-eastern European film.
Journalist (work up to 2012 shown here only)
NCTJ-qualified freelance journalist and sub-editor with experience and cuttings for a variety of publications including (as of 2012): Press Association, NME, Q, Gigwise, Wine Republic magazine, puremovies.co.uk and South London Press. I was music editor, arts editor and then editor-in-chief of the student newspaper, The Badger, for three years at the University of Sussex, where I studied History. After my degree I was elected by Sussex students to work at the students' union (USSU) as Communications Officer. Here I managed student media (including several print and online publications and a radio station), oversaw elections and acted as union press officer and trustee.
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
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 Writer and Script Reader | Editor & Copywriter at the BFI
I write copy and features for the British Film Institute, Disney, SciFiNow, The Quietus, WOW 247, IGN, FilmJuice, Little White Lies... I also provide script coverage for the BBC, Studiocanal and Green Door Pictures, and social media copy for the BFI. As co-director of Midnight Movies I programmed film nights across London, with guests including John Landis and Edgar Wright, and produced and presented a podcast. I'm available to cover interviews, set visits, reviews, features, or provide script reports: attia.nadia(at)gmail.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.
Screenwriter, Filmmaker, and Oxford comma enthusiast.
Tom Cottey is a freelance film journalist & short film maker. He is an alumnus of the Berlinale Talent Press 2013, has covered Cannes for the Nisimazine and his writing has been published by Little White Lies, Grolsch Film Works, New Empress Magazine & Permanent Plastic Helmet among others. As a filmmaker he has worked with organisations including CODOC, Guerrilla Zoo & Carnesky Productions. He also runs a blog called Reflections, with the aim of promoting cultural diversity through cinema.