Monica Castillo is a writer and critic based in New York City. Her writing has appeared in The Washington Post, The New York Times, NBC News, NPR, RogerEbert.com, Remezcla, Elle Magazine, The Guardian, The Wrap, Vanity Fair, No Film School, Marie Claire, Vulture, Variety, Polygon, CherryPicks, The Village Voice, Cosmopolitan and The Boston Globe among others. Monica is serving her second term as the New York chapter president of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. Away from her desk, Monica has also spoken at events like South by Southwest, Binder Con, and several film festivals around the country; co-founded the Boston Online Film Critics Association, and volunteered as a mentor in the Online News Association student newsroom.
Monica completed her M.A. in Specialized Journalism – Arts at the University of Southern California as the school’s first film critic fellow and her B.A. in Sociology at Boston University. She can usually be found online talking about the film she just watched and sharing old movie clips.
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