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  • @szacharek
    30 August, 2015

    @Gunga_Drain I have been there only twice, but would love to go back, and will someday.

  • @szacharek
    30 August, 2015

    @MovieOrangutan Robert Gordon's "It Came From Memphis" is great to read to get a sense of the strangeness & wonder of the place.

  • @szacharek
    30 August, 2015

    @MovieOrangutan Lucky! It's been so long since I've been in Memphis, but I'm sure there's still much to love about it.

  • @szacharek
    30 August, 2015

    RT @NitrateDiva: It's a miracle that Joan Blondell #bornthisday didn't ignite all that nitrate film! Photograph by Bert Longworth. http://t…

    szacharek
  • @szacharek
    30 August, 2015

    First visit to Sun Studio 1990 http://t.co/1pa01uQGQP

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Stephanie Zacharek

Stephanie Zacharek

Stephanie Zacharek is the principal film critic for the Village Voice. She also co-hosts the Voice's weekly film podcast, Voice Film Club. She's a member of the New York Film Critics Circle and of the National Society of Film Critics. In 2015, Zacharek was named a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for criticism.

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