Adriana Gomez-Weston

Pop Culture Writer

Location icon United States of America

Years ago, I found comfort in enjoying movies. When I began college back in 2011, I went to the theater alone as one of my first acts of true independence. From then on, it become a hobby of mine to attend films solo. In 2015, I started blogging about the films I watched and also started discussing some hot topics in the entertainment industry. For me, blogging was a way to get in touch with my voice From that, stemmed a journey to the West Coast. Now, I blog on a more frequent basis and have become a regular contributor on Film Inquiry, and have recently joined the revamped CC2K as a staff writer.

Based in Southern California (migrating between San Diego and Los Angeles), I am currently on the board of Les Femmes Underground International Film Festival. It is an organization that I work with part-time to promotes that celebrate women in film, and advocates for literacy in the Southern California area. In San Diego I previously worked for the San Diego International Film Festival and the local chapter of the American Marketing Association.

For any inquiries, feel free to contact me at [email protected]

Film Inquiry
AN L.A. MINUTE: The Velocity Of Fame & Fortune | Film Inquiry

A lover of the city of Los Angeles, I'm always on the prowl for L.A.-centered films. Los Angeles is a sprawling city - of which its essence is hard to capture honestly on film. Every filmmaker tackles it differently depending on their experiences and filtered views of the city.

'Assassination Nation': On Wednesdays we destroy the patriarchy

Written by: Adriana Gomez-Weston, CC2K Staff Writer Do you ever really think about the contents of your phone or your computer? Do you have any dark secrets among your photos, search history, videos, or text messages? If all of your personal information was exposed to the world, would you have something to worry about?

Film Inquiry
Interview With Michele Beck, Director Of MY EROTIC BODY | Film Inquiry

Michele Beck didn't have an interest in pole dancing originally. Curious, she decided to take a class at the S-Factor in New York City. After seeing the impact on the women there, and how it transformed them, Michele decided to stick around for a couple of years.

Rising Filmmaker Spotlight: Maria Venturini

Written by: Adriana Gomez-Weston, CC2K Staff Writer Every now and then, you're introduced to a creator who really speaks to you. As a fan of the dark and twisted, Maria Venturini's art is just that kind of work. Her approach is distinct, bringing a dark and whimsical flair incorporating stylish, twisted fantasies.

How the women of 'Bojack Horseman' lift the show's narrative

Written by: Adriana Gomez-Weston, CC2K Staff Writer With its recent fifth season premiere, Bojack Horseman continues to bring audiences not only laughter, but also an existential crisis... often at the same time. One of the most brilliant and progressive shows on television, Bojack Horseman manages to savagely criticize the inner workings of Hollywood and painstakingly depicts the depths of the human condition.

LAFF Review: 'In Reality' inspires the imagination and revives the heart

Written by: Adriana Gomez-Weston, CC2K Staff Writer Love in your twenties is like strolling through a minefield, walking a tightrope, or sitting on a faulty seesaw of doom. Sometimes you think you've found a romance that will change your life, but it never quite happens the way you'd expect it to.

Twitter icon Linkedin icon Instagram icon