Part 1 of a New Interview… at Culture.ish.

Jason Panella interviewed me for a website called culture.ish.

Part One of our conversation was posted this week. Bookmark it so you can go back later, for Part Two.

Here are Panella’s questions:

  • When did you first realize the importance of taking a critical/thoughtful approach to viewing films?
  • How did you end up as a film reviewer? What is the role of the film critic?

Those are challenging pitches to hit, but I took a couple of good swings. You be the judge as to whether I scored any points.

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