Katey Rich

Katey Rich is the Managing Editor and one of the chief movie critics for CinemaBlend.com. She has also written reviews and feature articles for Film Journal International. Katey has a B.A. in English and Film Studies from Wesleyan University.

 

Articles by Katey Rich

 

Top Ten 2012 – Katey Rich

The Master

Anna Karenina

Zero Dark Thirty

Bernie

Take This Waltz

Amour

Cloud Atlas

Queen of Versailles

Holy Motors

ParaNorman

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AWFJ Women On Film – Katey Rich’s Top Ten of 2009

1. Inglourious Basterds

2. Up

3. In the Loop

4. Star Trek

5. A Serious Man

6. Avatar

7. The White Ribbon

8. The Fantastic Mr. Fox

9. Sugar

10. Duplicity

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AWFJ Women On Film – Michelle Monaghan on “Trucker” – Katey Rich interviews

Michelle Monaghan has achieved her Hollywood stardom through versatility.

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AWFJ Women On Film – Lauren Graham On “The Answer Man,” “Gilmore Girls” and Her Career Arc – Katey Rich

After spending the first few years of her career as a journeywoman actor, popping up in movies like 1998′s One True Thing and doing stints on TV shows like NewsRadio, Lauren Graham became a household name by portraying the flighty, talkative and brilliant Lorelei Gilmore on the WB’s cult mother-daughter dramedy Gilmore Girls.

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AWFJ Women On Film – Women At Tribeca Film Festival – Katey Rich reports

For movies by, about, or for women, filmgoers at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival had no scarcity of options.

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AWFJ Women On Film – Hong Kong Film Industry: Focus on Women – Katey Rich reports

Like Bollywood, Hong Kong’s film industry seems to be outdistancing Hollywood with opportunities for women directors and producers. With reference to the upcoming Hong Kong Film Awards, Katey Rich looks at Hong Kong’s ‘fempower.’

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Women On Film – Will Bollywood Best Hollywood In Opportunities For Women? – Katey Rich comments

With its eight Oscars and $100-million plus box office take, Slumdog Millionaire is opening America’s eyes to the power of India and its film industry–even though the movie is made by a white Englishman and actually has little to do with the Indian filmmaking tradition. For those looking for a more accurate view of Bollywood,

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