@awolfeful

  • @awolfeful
    23 July, 2017

    The weirdest part about transitioning back & forth between journalism and fiction is relearning how to write in double-spaced paragraphs.

  • @awolfeful
    23 July, 2017

    @albertxii That's truly a crime. Did they know 15 minutes could save them 15%?

  • @awolfeful
    23 July, 2017

    @albertxii I just saw the trailer before DUNKIRK yesterday & was already confused. Don't make it worse throwing thi… https://t.co/nYpekKCccV

  • @awolfeful
    23 July, 2017

    RT @ditzkoff: "When there was only one set of footprints, that was me." - Donald J. Trump https://t.co/aW4bNN9Wqk

  • @awolfeful
    23 July, 2017

    @thehorrorchick That's pretty dang adorable.

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April Wolfe

April Wolfe

April Wolfe is the film critic for L.A. Weekly. Her criticism and features also appear in other Voice Media Group publications and in VMG's film partner the Village Voice. She's written for The Atlantic, Marie Claire, CityLab, Vice and many others, and she's the founder and a producer of One Axe Plays, a film and theater collective for women writers and directors. As a filmmaker, she's produced a feature film, written and directed a handful of shorts and worked in creative development as a top-level story analyst.

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