criticism news roundup

Vadim Rizoz at The Independent Eye implores critics to “put the ‘I’ in film writing.”

Tom Dowling, who works on the craft side of Irish filmmaking, wonders whether Irish film critics are “too kind to Irish Films.”

A British script consultant complains that screenwriters “rely on film critics to inform [them] about what films [they] should and shouldn’t see – and how badly served [they] often are!”

Filmmaker and film historian Michael Neelsen explores “The Myth of Objective Film Criticism.”

OFCS member Scott Weinberg delves into the mystery of “Variety and the Case of the Vanishing Review.”

Norman Lebrecht in New Stateman discusses the future of arts criticism.

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