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Damon Wise

Film Editor, Awards

Damon has contributed to Deadline since 2017. As a journalist, his film features, interviews and reviews have been published in publications such as Empire, Total Film, The Guardian, The Times and The Financial Times, and as well as covering set visits and junkets, he is a regular attendee at key international film festivals. In 1998 he published his first book, Come By Sunday (Sidgwick & Jackson), a biography of British film star Diana Dors, and he is currently an advisor to the London Film Festival.

More From Damon Wise

‘Strange World’ Review: Disney Animation Explores Gelatinous Universe In Brilliant, And Strange, Ways

Charlotte Wells On The Surprise Success Of Her Festival Hit ‘Aftersun’: “I’m A Little In Awe”

‘Wendell & Wild’ Is Henry Selick’s Inventive And Dizzying Triumph – Review

Int’l Critics Line: Fatih Akin’s ‘Rheingold’

London Film Festival Review: ‘Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio’

London Film Festival Review: Andrew Cumming’s ‘The Origin’

Int’l Critics Line: Richard Eyre’s ‘Allelujah’

Ben Kingsley On Playing Salvador Dalí in ‘Dalíland’: “I Love His Fearlessness” — Toronto Studio

‘Dalíland’ Director Mary Harron On Salvador Dali’s Legacy: “He Loved To Shock People” — Toronto Studio

‘Muru’ Director Tearepa Kahi On Police Brutality In New Zealand’s Search For Terrorists In Indigenous Communities – Toronto Studio

‘Carmen’ Director Benjamin Millepied Finds A New Direction: “It’s A Complete Reimagining” — Toronto Studio

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