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Ann Lewinson is a film critic for the Boston Phoenix, Kansas City Star and Santa Fe Reporter, and was film critic for the Hartford Advocate.. She's written for The Independent, Sundance Daily Insider, Tribeca Film Festival catalogue and Willamette Week, classical music for Andante and Stagebill, and environmental activism for Biography. Her fiction has appeared in Agni, Hayden's Ferry Review, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center's Special Projects Writers' Series and other publications. She studied filmmaking at Art Institute of Chicago, worked as a sound editor, and recently completed a novel. She is a member of Boston Society of Film Critics.