Roger Tennis
(PFCS Vice-President/Treasurer,
Founding Member, BFCA Member
)

Roger TennisWith over 30 years in the broadcast industry, Roger has a wide range of experience. He is the creator/writer/producer and director of the long-running nationally syndicated, award-winning TV series CLIPS (Cinema Lovers Information Program Series) and has worked at various CBS and PBS stations.

In addition to editing “The Best Of ‘Are You Being Served?’ “, Roger co-produced and directed the Beatles music documentary “Eight Arms To Hold You” for PBS in Phoenix, AZ. It is one of the earliest over-the-air stereo television broadcasts.

As a film reviewer and historian, Roger has written for a variety of publications since the eighties. He is co-founder and Vice-President/Treasurer of the Phoenix Film Critics Society and an active voting member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association, the organization responsible for the “Critics’ Choice ¬†Awards” telecasts. Roger currently writes reviews for cinemaclips.com and is producing the CLIPS TV series.

Film reviews and movie info at: cinemaclips.com
Twitter: @cinemaclips
Facebook: cinemaCLIPS