Marsha McCreadie has written four books on women and film before becoming pleasantly obsessed with the documentary form and writing Documentary Superstars, interviews with prominent documentary filmmakers. She was the staff film critic at the Arizona Republic for many years, currently reviews for Film Journal International, and her film articles have appeared in the New York Times, the Los Angeles times, Film Comment, sensesofcienma, and many other Googleable publications. Her interest in film started as a child when her mother, a disappointed actress, took her to Saturday double features as a child in a tiny village in upstate New York, reminding her to always comb her hair before going to the ladies room, because a producer might be in the lobby. It?s been a push-pull between cinematic fantasy and reality ever since.
|Publications:||Film Journal International, New York Press, RogerEbert.com|