This year’s admission process has concluded, and it was an exceptionally tough one. With several hundred applicants, the Governing Committee’s decision was a difficult one. After much deliberation, help us give a big “Welcome” to our new members! Matthew Anderson of CineVue Andrea Chase of Killer Movie Reviews Chris Evangelista of Cut Print Film Nguyen Le of InSession Film Joel Mayward of CineMayward Michael Reuben of Blu-ray.com James Roberts of Glide Magazine Aramide Tinubu of Shadow and Act Robert Yaniz Jr of We Got This Covered Interested in becoming a member? Go here and read up on our process!
The Online Film Critics Society has elected its new Governing Committee. Bill Gibron joins the Governing Committe for the first time. The Florida-based critic writes for PopMatters, DVD Verdict, DVD Talk, Filmcritic.com, and Reel.com. Wesley Lovell returns to the Governing Committee, having previously served in 2006. The Missouri native is the founder of and chief contributor for Cinema Sight. Pablo Villaça is the Governing Committee’s first Brazilian representative. Pablo is the editor of Cinema em Cena and recently joined the ranks of Roger Ebert’s “Far-Flung Correspondents.” The three-member Governing Committee will serve through March 2012.
The holidays are here, and we’re taking the rest of the week off here at OFCS.org. We’ll be back Monday with our announcement of the 2010 OFCS Awards nominees. Until then, happy holidays!
The Online Film Critics Society proudly announces the following writers have joined its membership: Simon Abrams, writer for Slant Magazine, based in Great Neck, NY Eric M. Armstrong, writer for The Moving Arts, based in Wichita, KS Jason Bellamy, writer for The Cooler, based in Arlington, VAbbb Daniel Carlson, writer for Pajiba, based in Houston, TX Robert Cashill, writer for Popdose, based in Brooklyn, NY Philip Concannon, writer for Phil on Film, based in London, UK Tony Dayoub, writer for Cinema Viewfinder, based in Atlanta, GA Xavier Donoso, writer for Cinerama.ec, based in Guayaquil, Guayas, Ecuador Mike Everleth, writer for […]
You probably noticed a few design changes at ofcs.org. We hope you like (or at least don’t despise) the new look. The big change, however, will arrive later this week. In addition to all the links of reviews of classic movies and non-mainstream fare, we’re finally adding links to reviews of new titles, too. This will hopefully allow you to stay up-to-date with our members’ views on all the latest theatrical releases. Looking for a certain title? Wondering if your favorite OFCS member has covered a certain movie you’re thinking of watching? Don’t forget to check out the “search” bar […]
The Online Film Critics Society has elected its new Governing Committee. Eric D. Snider was re-elected to a second consecutive term on the committee. The Portland, Ore.-based critic writes for Film.com, Cinematical, and EricDSnider.com. Also elected was Phil Hall, who previously served on the committee from 2002-2009. Hall is the New York-based reviewer for Film Threat and is the author of four books, most recently “The History of Independent Cinema” (BearManor Media, 2009). David Cornelius, the Cincinnati-based reviewer for eFilmCritic.com, joins the Governing Committee for the first time. The three-member Governing Committee will serve through March 2011.
The OFCS is delighted to announce that Roderick Heath has been granted membership in the organization. Heath’s reviews appear at Ferdy on Films, etc.. Heath says: My desire in film criticism has always been to celebrate the cinema in its diversity, to explore the pleasures and mystique of good movies, and to tackle the cultural resonance of film as both an art form and a vehicle of entertainment. I love to look for signs of creativity and commitment in even the most demeaned genres, and dig as deeply as I can into the meaning of cinema’s most important works and […]
The OFCS is delighted to announce that Ali Gray has been granted membership in the organization. Gray’s reviews appear at TheShiznit.co.uk. Gray says: I’ve been writing about cinema for several years now, and TheShiznit.co.uk has existed in some form or another since 2004, but it’s only recently that it’s taken off and I’ve found likeminded writers – like those in the OFCS – to share it with. The site’s M/O is pretty loose, with regular news, reviews, editorial pieces and list-type features – but everything is written from a personal point of view. I kid myself we like to write […]
The OFCS is delighted to announce that Andrew Schenker has been granted membership in the organization. Schenker’s reviews appear at The House Next Door, Slant Magazine, The L Magazine, and The Cine File. The OFCS welcomes Schenker as a member.
The OFCS is delighted to announce that Edward Howard has been granted membership in the organization. Howard’s reviews appear at Only the Cinema and The House Next Door. Howard says: I’m a critic who writes about music, comics and movies, currently focusing mostly on film. I try to approach film from a variety of angles, and write about a wide spectrum of cinema, including foreign and independent film, avant-garde film, and classics. One of the most important values I try to maintain in my film writing is avoiding the constant emphasis on “the now,” the pressure to always write about […]