At the beginning of each year, the Alliance of Women Film Journalists invites several women to join our organization. In 2018, we are delighted to welcome a diverse group of nine outstanding women film journalists to our organization. Please visit their AWFJ Member Pages and Archives to get to know each of them and sample their work. Continue reading…
In alphabetical order, AWFJ’s 2018 new members are:
Beth Accomando is known as the ‘Cinema Junkie’ on KPBS, where she broadcasts and blogs about film. She is based near San Diego.
Sandie Angulo Chen is Washington DC-based and writes for Common Sense Media and the Washington Post.
Leslie Combemale lives in Reston, Virginia and writes as Cinema Siren for the Reston Patch and various online sites, including LikeABossGirls.com
Linda Cook is the film critic for Quad-City Times and reviews films for NBC affiliate KWQC. She lives in Davenport, Iowa.
Courtney Howard is based in Burbank, California. She is a contributing reporter and film critic at both FreshFiction.tv and SassyMamaInLA.com.
Stacia Kissick Jones is a freelance film journalist whose work appears in NextProjection.com, ClassicFix.com and other outlets. She lives in Manhattan, Kansas.
Sarah Knight Adamson lives in the Chicago area. She is the film critic for the Hollywood 360 Radio Network and writes for various online sites, including her own Sarah’s Backstage Pass blog.
Kristen Page-Kirby is a film columnist, reporter and reviewer for the Washington Post Express. She lives in Maryland.
Danielle Solzman is based in Chicago and writes regularly about film for Cultured Vultures, Consequence of Sound, and The Young Folks.
Jessica Zack writes about film regularly for the San Francisco Chronicle and San Francisco Magazine. She lives in the Bay area.
Congrats to AWFJ’s new members!