About Jennifer Green

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Jennifer discovered a passion for international movies as an escape from her graduate studies in San Francisco, but it wasn’t until she moved to Spain that she realized she could make a career of it. After a stint in the ABC News Madrid Bureau, where — among other things — she got to meet the country’s first female bullfighter, she became Screen International’s correspondent for Spain and Portugal. She’s been writing about the film industry in Europe and Latin America for more than 20 years, most recently for The Hollywood Reporter. She began teaching journalism and film in 2005 and in 2014 launched the newspaper column/website Films from Afar, dedicated to curating and reviewing international movies available for home viewing in the United States. She’s been invited to sit on film festival juries across Spain and North Africa, most recently on the Critics’ Jury at the Malaga Film Festival. Her children are being raised between Spain and the United States

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Jennifer Green

Jennifer Green is a regular contributor to Common Sense Media, The Hollywood Reporter, The Seattle Times and The San Francisco Chronicle. She was Screen International's correspondent in Spain for ten years. She launched the newspaper column and website Films from Afar to curate international films available for home streaming. She has served on film festival juries across Spain and North Africa and teaches journalism and film to university students.