430: What the Washington Post’s Chief Film Critic Does w/ Ann Hornaday, The Washington Post [Main T4C Episode]
Ann Hornaday is a journalist, author and film critic. She is currently the chief film critic for the Washington Post, where she has worked for 20 years. Ann graduated from Smith College in 1982, where she got her degree in government. But life steered her away from politics when she landed her first job as a fact-checker in the research department at Ms. Magazine. There, the magazine’s founder and famed women’s rights activist Gloria Steinem encouraged Ann to develop her writing skills by freelancing. The post 430: What the Washington Post’s Chief Film Critic Does w/ Ann Hornaday, The Washington Post [Main T4C Episode] appeared first on Time4Coffee.
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Can you take criticism? Yea you. Adam explains how every part he plays starts out as a crime boss. Washington post movie critic Ann Hornaday shares 3 questions a movie has to answer and if she could have taken Roger Ebert in a fight. Goto movies and sweet talking a critic. “See whats at the bottom of that popcorn bucket.” Please consider supporting the good people who support us. Thanks for all the love! https://cruzintowellness.com/contact-us http://www.betinispirits.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
2018 Oscars Prep With Washington Post Film Critic Ann Hornaday
Ann Hornaday—Washington Post film critic, author of Talking Pictures: How to Watch Movies, and co-host of the podcast At the Movies With Arch and Ann—talks to Daniel Ford about this year’s Oscar nominations. To learn more about Ann Hornaday, visit her Washington Post page or follow her on Twitter @AnnHornaday. Also read our first interview with the film critic. Today's episode is sponsored by OneRoom.