Amy Nicholson is the head film critic for the LA Weekly, and is syndicated across the 11 papers in the Voice Media Group chain and co-hosts its weekly Voice Film Club podcast. She has screened submissions for Sundance, AFI, and the Los Angeles Film Festival, and holds a double B.A. in Film Studies and Anthropology from the University of Oklahoma as well as a Masters in Professional Writing from USC. Her interests include hot dogs, standard poodles, Bruce Willis and comedies about the utter futility of existence, and her first book, Anatomy of an Actor: Tom Cruise will be published by Cahiers du Cinema in Spring 2014.
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