New York writer and filmmaker, publishing on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean
Joshua Bogatin is a freelance film critic, filmmaker, editor, and programmer based in New York City.
As a writer he has contributed to Mubi Notebook, Screen Slate, Senses of Cinema, DMovies, and many other publications. As a filmmaker and editor he has worked on projects that have screened at the Sundance Film Festival, SXSW, and other international film festivals. He also freelances as a programmer for Spectacle Theater in Brooklyn, NY where he programs films from all over the world and ran a bi-weekly screening series dedicated to Hong Kong cinema.
Other posts by Joshua Bogatin
Our dirty questions to Tamer Ruggli
Joshua Bogatin interviews the Swiss-Egyptian director of Back to Alexandria, an impressive melodrama featuring Fanny Ardant and Nadine Labaki; they talk about returning home, childhood memories, Wong Kar-wai, Steven Soderbergh, and much more - from the 3rd Red Sea International Film Festival [Read More...]
Back to Alexandria
Fanny Ardant and Nadine Labaki excel in this African-European co-production about growing up and returning home - from the 3rd Red Sea International Film Festival [Read More...]
24 Hours with Gaspar (24 Bersama Gaspar)
High-octane Indonesian drama about a man prescribed with 24 hours to live due to cardiac problems will not get your heart beating fast - from the 3rd Red Sea International Film Festival [Read More...]
A Saudi woman struggles to get out from her overbearing father's control, in this batty, psychedelically fractured Saudi adventure drama - from the 3rd Red Sea International Film Festival [Read More...]