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Dustin Jansick View all posts
Dustin Jansick is an independent film critic who also enjoys; indie music, cooking, technology, sports, puzzles, graphic design, and P.T. Anderson films. He is the founder and editor-in-chief of Way Too Indie, which means he reviews hundreds of movies each year. And is also a proud member of the OFCS.
660 articles written. Most recent: All Good Things Must…
Zachary Shevich View all posts
Zachary Shevich is a film critic and entertainment reporter with ties to New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia. When Zach isn't taking in and spitting out movie info, he's watching the 5-6pm block on ESPN or compulsively emptying the Trash bin on his MacBook.
166 articles written. Most recent: My Blind Brother (Tribeca Review)
Aaron Pinkston View all posts
Aaron Pinkston lives in or around Chicago, Illinois, where he enjoys life with his wife and two dogs. After graduating with a Bachelor's Degree in Cinema Studies from the University of Illinois, Aaron has worked in various office jobs while watching films and writing about them as a pastime. His senior thesis paper was titled "On the Cultural Reception of the Evil Dead Triology."
121 articles written. Most recent: Movies to Stream This Weekend – April 29
Way Too Indie Staff View all posts
Way Too Indie provides you with the best indie movie reviews, coverage of the latest film festivals, podcasts, original editorials, must see trailers, and current independent filmmaking news.
110 articles written. Most recent: Way Too Indiecast 60: Richard Linklater, Jeff Nichols, ‘Preacher’ Preview, Tribeca Controversy
Michael Nazarewycz View all posts
Michael will watch anything considered a motion picture, from a nickelodeon silent to a digital epic, and he is a sucker for everything from the 1980s. While he thinks it's great to have thousands of movies available to him around the clock, he misses the joy of random discovery that broadcast television used to bring in the pre-home video era.
104 articles written. Most recent: Ukrainian Sheriffs (Hot Docs Review)
Nik Grozdanovic View all posts
Leaning towards the arty stuff and always hungry for an originally visual trip, Nik loves movies in obsessively unhealthy ways. He's written for Concordia University's The Link and is currently a regular contributor to IndieWire's The Playlist, and UK-based online culture mag What Culture. While trying to maintain his own blog, The Film Grapevine, he's been falling asleep one too many times on the keyboard lately.
72 articles written. Most recent: The Measure Of A Man (NYFF 2015)
Blair Hoyle View all posts
Blair Hoyle is a 23-year-old filmmaker, journalist, and party starter from North Carolina. He (barely) graduated from Western Carolina University in 2014, and currently writes for Cinema Slasher, Nerd Nation Magazine, and Way Too Indie. His directorial debut, "Happy Endings Are a Rarity" is currently in post-production.
29 articles written. Most recent: Short Stay (ND/NF Review)
Eli Hayes View all posts
Eli Hayes grew up in the suburbs surrounding Milwaukee, Wisconsin but now attends school at Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York, where he studies psychology and creative writing. He became interested in the world of cinema during his teenage years, upon viewing the works of visually-driven directors like Terrence Malick and Lynne Ramsay. These days, he spends much of his time attending school, directing micro-budget short films and writing about the movies that he loves.
14 articles written. Most recent: 3rd Street Blackout
Pavi Ramani View all posts
Pavi went to university in London, but now spends her time watching films to forget her "unemployed graduate" status. She loves dancing and hates people that don't give a film their full attention. She also uses words like love and hate far too liberally.
14 articles written. Most recent: Kaili Blues (ND/NF Review)
Lee Adams View all posts
Lee is a writer and film critic living in Brno, Czech Republic. When not watching and writing about movies, he loves football, cooking, reading, and enjoying his adopted home town. With a typical Englishman's ignorance of foreign languages, he's waiting for his baby daughter to grow up so that she can teach him Czech.
11 articles written. Most recent: Revisiting Coen Brothers & Sam Raimi’s Flop ‘Crimewave’ 30 Years Later
Cameron Morewood View all posts
Cameron lives in the greater (greater) Los Angeles area. He is a student filmmaker and critic with an avid interest in independent and foreign cinema. When Cameron isn’t obsessing over a recently announced lineup for a film festival he won’t be able to attend, he can be found creating cacophonous Apple Music playlists or complaining about the lack of rain in Southern California.
7 articles written. Most recent: Take Me to the River