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Roger Tennis

RIP PFCS Founding Member, Roger Tennis

by PFCS Adminon March 28, 2021
The Phoenix Film Critics Society is deeply saddened at the passing on of its co-founder, Roger Tennis, at the age of 73. Despite his mild, modest manner, Roger had a remarkably distinguished career. A native of New York state, he worked as cameraman on The Ed Sullivan Show at the beginning of his career, and […]

Why Oscar’s Best Popular Film is so Unpopular

by Nick Spakeon August 15, 2018
Academy members and cinephiles alike were taken aback on August 8, 2018 when it was announced that the Oscars would introduce a new category for Outstanding Achievement in Popular Film. If you go on social media, you’ll find that this decision has proven to be anything but popular. Many people feel that this new category […]