Stephanie Merry has worked at the Washington Post since 2008 and covers movies, television and all other things related to pop culture.
Janice Page has been a writer and editor at the Los Angeles Times and the Providence Journal. She is currently Deputy Managing Editor for Features at The Boston Globe, where she manages the Living/Arts department and is also the film editor. In her spare time, Janice oversees the development and production of all books published by The Boston Globe, including best-selling biographies of Ted Kennedy and Whitey Bulger.
Betsy Bozdech is the executive editor, reviews and ratings, at Common Sense Media in San Francisco. She has bachelor's and master's degrees from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism in 1997 and worked at BabyCenter.com, Reel.com, Emode.com, AOL's Digital City, and Netflix before joining Common Sense in 2006.
Karen Martin, who writes reviews, commentary and feature stories about theatrical releases, home movies, and film festivals, is an associate editor at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
Marina Antunes has been writing and podcasting about film for over a decade. She is a contributing editor to RowThree.com and the Editor-in-Chief of the genre website Quietearth.us. She is also the festival director the SPARK Animation Festival. She is based in Vancouver, Canada.
Cynthia Fuchs is director of Film & Media Studies and Associate Professor of English, Film & Video Studies, African and African American Studies, Sport & American Culture, and Women and Gender Studies at George Mason University. She specializes in documentaries but has something to say about all media. She reviews films for PopMatters.
Jennifer Merin helms AWFJ.org for the Alliance of Women Film Journalists, and writes the Cinema Citizen blog. She's served as film critic for Women's eNews and About.com, and has been a weekly columnist for The Associated Press, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, NY Newsday, Tribune Media, and ArcaMax Publishing. She's been a reporter for ABC Radio News, NBC Radio News and Westwood One.
Lexi Feinberg is a freelance film critic and has contributed reviews to Big Picture Big Sound, Cinema Blend, JoBlo, Pop Syndicate and Show Business Weekly. She graduated from Adelphi University in 2004 and has since held editorial positions at TV Guide and Forbes.com.