Søren is the editor-in-chief at Movie Fail. He has been writing film reviews since 2010. For the fall of 2012, he worked at Amherst Cinema as a volunteer educator in the See • Hear • Feel • Film program. That initiative channels the power of film as a medium to promote literacy and encourage collaborative storytelling in third grade students. He also served as the Assistant Arts Editor for Film and Television at The Daily Collegian. He has contributed to both RogerEbert.com and ScottFeinberg.com. His writing portfolio can be found here.
Søren is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst where he received a certificate in Film Studies and a bachelor’s degree in Microbiology.
Timothy co-founded Movie Fail with Søren in 2009 back when it was just an after school podcast. When he’s not busy watching movies, you can find him biking around Hartford, running through the streets of DC in his yellow Pumas, or re-outlining the novel he’s been procrastinating on for the last 3 years. His friends think him a hipster, but he refuses to identify as such.
Tim is a graduate of American University where he earned degrees in International Relations and Economics.
Josh writes reviews and other features for Movie Fail. He has been writing reviews for his blog Popcorn Culture since 2010. When he’s not watching movies, he’s listening to film-related podcasts and procrastinating on his studies.
Ari also participates in Dueling Reviews, as well as the occasional Top 10 list. A non-recovering addict of film, he’s been studying to become a cinematographer over the past several years. Or a director. Or a screenwriter. He’s not entirely sure yet, but some of his work is on Youtube. When he’s not studying, he’s probably hunting down anything that has Joss Whedon’s name on it.
Ari is currently studying Film/TV Production at New York University.
Nathan writes reviews and other articles for Movie Fail. A lifelong storyteller, he hopes to pursue fiction writing and filmmaking. He’s also trying to fit music in there somehow. He is a staff writer at The Massachusetts Daily Collegian, and produces short films for the semi-fictional 19Film Company.
Nate is currently studying English, Creative Writing, Film, and Computer Science at the University of Massachusetts.