Still, I have been writing film criticism as of late, for The Ithaca Voice. I am proud enough of the work to share it below, and have bolded a stand-out:
- The End of the Tour
- Diary of a Teenage Girl & Phoenix
- Mistress America
- Best of Enemies, Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet & Learning to Drive
- Grandma & Meru
For the Voice, I also wrote a preview of the Milestone Films retrospective now playing at Cornell Cinema, replete with interviews with founders (and friends, I should disclose) Amy and Dennis.
Some bright former classmates of mine founded a blog, and I'm only going to share one post I contributed—a poem.
Then there's always Letterboxd, a site I don't use as much anymore, I'll admit, due to my rather shameful (for a self-attested cinephile, that is) rate of movie-watching these days. But I wrote short things on Ant-Man, A.I. and The Royal Tenenbaums that I don't think are worthless, so there.
Here's to more writing, and keeping ye few readers more up to date come autumn.