Former Movieline and Salon film critic Stephanie Zacharek has been named principal film writer at Village Voice, where her reviews and features will appear in all of Voice Media Group’s publications, websites and mobile platforms. The alt-weekly recently lost lead film critic Scott Foundas, who moved to Variety last month. VMG also intends to hire a Los Angeles-based film writer and as of today is accepting applications.
Village Voice Hires Stephanie Zacharek As Lead Film Writer
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