Browse the Clippings.me directory of film journalists below. We found 115 film journalists listed.
Media Officer at the British Red Cross
Media officer working in humanitarian communications. Former reporter for the Weston, Worle and Somerset Mercury. NCTJ / MA News Journalism at Salford University. Contributor to Unilad, Mail Online, Manchester Evening News, Liverpool Echo, Huddersfield Examiner, Weston, Worle and Somerset Mercury, North Somerset Times and TPi Magazine. [email protected]
Freelance writer and columnist
Pondering everything from musical theatre to beach volleyball to non-girly fleeces. A native Minnesotan, I also talk about being strange in the UK and preview upcoming concerts and events for Viva Magazine in Brighton.
Emefa Setranah is a twenty-year-old third-year student at the University of Manchester. She is studying for a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Language and Screen studies with hopes of becoming an entertainment journalist. Emefa's work can be found on her Wordpress blog 'Forever Film', and she has contributed articles to The Guardian, Unidays, MoviePilot and The Mancunion. To contact e-mail: [email protected]
Freelance Writer & Photographer
I'm an observer, writer, creator. My writing has focused on mental health issues, relationships, music, film, creative non-fiction, lyrics, and poetry. I am on the brink of earning my Masters in Psychology degree from Antioch University Seattle and I have over 10 years experience in research so I enjoy creating nerdy word processing documents, too (i.e. forms, surveys, research papers). I am a curious devil's advocate, cupcake fiend, and hardcore cat lady.
United States of America
Editor, Journalist, Writer
Ramsay Short is an accomplished BSME-nominated editor, writer, journalist and creative content consultant with extensive experience working in print magazines and newspapers, digital journalism and social media, TV and radio, specialising in travel, politics, lifestyle and culture across Europe and the Middle East. Former and founding Editor-in-Chief of Time Out Beirut and Let's Go with Ryanair; Editorial Director of A Magazine and UltraVilla; Contributing Editor at 71% - The Superyacht Magazine; Editor at HikeToTheMoon.com. MAGAZINES: Condé Nast Traveller US, Tank, Let's Go Magazine, Canvas, Bidoun, The Voice, Bespoke, A Mag, FT Magazine, Time Out, 71% The Superyacht Life Magazine, BA Highlife, Voyager, Impressions, J Magazine, American Way. NEWSPAPERS: The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Independent, The IHT, The National, The Daily Star Beirut, Variety. BOOKS: The Hedonist's Guide Beirut CONSULTING: Gerson Lehman Group DIGITAL: UltraVilla.com, Hiketothemoon.com TELEVISION: No Reservations with Anthony Bourdain - Beirut (2006), No Reservationswith Anthony Bourdain - Back To Beirut (2010), Parts Unknown with Anthony Bourdain - Beirut (2015). Click on the links above for my resumé and my LinkedIn profile. Contact: [email protected]
Freelance Writer for Hire - Entertainment, Pop Culture, Lifestyle
I am a freelance writer for /Film, The Mary Sue, Vice, Harper's Bazaar, Hello Beautiful, Gamespot, Bitch Media, The Undefeated, SYFY, Thrillist, Birth.Movies.Death, and Black Girl Nerds. I am also a pop culture panelist on "Real Live," on ABC News Live. A former Editor at Essence Magazine, where I wrote and edited center-of-the-book features as well as arts and culture articles and helped launched their digital platform, in 2009 I founded Reel Talk Online, a blog dedicated to film reviews, commentary, and features with a focus on marginalized narratives. I am a member of the Online Film Critics Society, African American Film Critics Association, and the Alliance of Women Film Journalists. I was also the co-host of "Cinema in Noir," a podcast that specifically highlighted diversity in entertainment across media. Contact Email: [email protected]
United States of America
Freelance Film Critic
Film has been a lifelong passion of mine. Even when I was about 6 years old, I would write film ideas. It is something I hope to make a career out of and is something I enjoy doing. Since 2013, I have delved into the world of film blogging and film criticism and I hope to share my passion and knowledge of the film world with other outlets.
United States of America
Arts, culture and lifestyle journalist
Leon Horton is a cultural journalist and humorist. After gaining his masters from the University of Salford, he drank himself into a corner working as a Court Reporter at Manchester Crown Court (wouldn't you?), lost the will to live writing "isn't everything great" bullshit for local advertising magazines, and enjoyed a failed stint as editor of Old Trafford News. His writing is published by Beat Scene Magazine (UK), International Times (UK), Literary Heist (Canada), Empty Mirror (US), Beatdom (UK), The Animals Voice (US), Erotic Review (UK), Beatdom (UK) and TheGayUK. In January 2019, he became a member of the European Beat Studies Network, an academic community of scholars, writers and artists concerned with the Beat Generation.