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Nathan Sartain

Nathan Sartain

Nathan Sartain (Journalist)
A multi-skilled writer covering film, television, music and football

A journalism graduate at Liverpool John Moores University, Nathan is someone who enjoys writing his thoughts just as much as he likes to think them. A fan of anything from crime trillers to romantic comedies, there’s nothing off-limits in the film world to him, as long as it’s entertaining.

Now a freelance journalist, Nathan covers music, film, television and football at a variety of places. Although the aim is to eventually find somewhere comfortable (and with job security), he enjoys the challenge of covering different topics at different times, and wishes to continue covering all corners of his interests.

When not writing, generally Nathan is aimlessly scrolling Twitter, failing to find something new to watch, or listening to Alkaline Trio.


Other posts by Nathan Sartain
Made on the Rooftop
Two gay friends find themselves unexpectedly growing up in a warm-hearted film from activist and filmmaker Kim Jho Gwang-soo - from the London Korean Film Festival [Read More...]

Shades of the Heart
Quiet divorcé returning from England seeks glimmers of hope in his native Seoul, in this poignant and thought-provoking Korean drama - from the London Korean Film Festival [Read More...]

Aloners
A loner reconsiders her attitude towards life after a number of sobering events - from the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival [Read More...]

Escape from Mogadishu
North and South Korea must coincide in order to escape war-torn Somalia, in Ryoo Seung-wan’s award-winning thriller - from the London Korean Film Festival [Read More...]

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