Film Journalists

Browse the directory of film journalists below. We found 129 film journalists listed.

Daniel Kuberek


Graduate journalist with experience in film, print, radio and online.

Anna Bradley-Smith

Reporter/Digital Video Producer

Award-winning Kiwi journalist writing from Brooklyn, New York.

Oscar Goff

Film Editor, Boston Hassle

Boston-based writer, film critic, and man about town. Managing Film Flam editor for BMA-nominated blog Boston Hassle and its print counterpart, the Boston Compass.

United States of America

Ian Walker

Freelance Writer

Hi! My name is Ian Walker, and I've recently taken the plunge into the world of freelance writing. I spent the last five years at Shoryuken, the world's leading fighting game hub, and now I'm ready to take my show on the road. You can currently find my work on websites like Red Bull eSports and Pokemon, but I'm looking forward to spreading my reach further.

United States of America

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Rebecca Gilmore

Creative Strategist & Wordsmith

Lover of strong coffee and the challenge of character limits.

Valerie Kalfrin

Writer. Editor. Script Consultant. Storyteller.

I'm a multiple award-winning journalist, film and fiction fan, and creative storyteller. From writing articles, essays, reviews, lists, and profiles to collaborating on books and screenplays, I have a knack for detailed, engaging stories. My interviews include director John Sayles (Baby It’s You), screenwriting guru Robert McKee (Story), actor/director Joely Fisher, actor/writer Tricia Leigh Fisher, and screenwriters Gary Whitta (The Book of Eli), Patrick Sheane Duncan (Courage Under Fire), and Isaac Adamson (Bubbles). My work has appeared at The Hollywood Reporter,, The Guardian, Script magazine, Bright Wall/Dark Room, The Script Lab, ScreenCraft, the Final Draft blog, Signature Reads, MovieMaker, Creative Loafing Tampa Bay, Film Racket and more. I’m also a "Rotten Tomatoes" approved critic and an emerging script consultant working with the Tampa Bay Film Society and Screenwriters of Tomorrow.

Marten Carlson

Copywriter, Screenwriter

To be a great writer is to be a great listener and viewer. Since beginning my career as a screenwriter and film journalist, my view of daily life has shifted. A mundane interaction could be the seed for a new scene. Even the most quotidian experience could reveal that next feature story. It isn't simply a matter of watching films but of living life, fully and deeply. Inspiration is out there and I intend to pay attention.

Darren Mew


Digital Media Masters graduate. Communications Coordinator for Kaleidoscope Trust. Queer Creative.

Tejas Nair

Freelance Writer

I am from Mumbai and I focus on wordplay. Originally an Engineering graduate, I am currently a Content and Digital Marketing Manager at SMG Convonix. Hobbies included reading, watching films, and playing video games.

Josh Stephenson

Feature Writer, World of Cruising

I am a magazine journalist and features writer who is currently working at World of Cruising as a feature writer. I write features across the travel sector and have work in the past at CALIBRE, a men's lifestyle title. Freelance work includes When Saturday Comes, Barker Brooks and Global Legal Group. If you wish to get in contact with me, please send an email to [email protected]