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Jordan Cronk

Jordan Cronk is a film critic and programmer based in Los Angeles. He founded Acropolis Cinema, a screening series for experimental, international, and undistributed films, in January 2016, and is co-director of the Locarno in Los Angeles film festival, now in its second edition. He’s a regular contributor to Cinema Scope, Film Comment, and Sight & Sound, and writes a monthly column on Los Angeles repertory cinema for the Hollywood Reporter. His writing has also been published by Frieze, BOMB, the Village Voice, and the Los Angeles Review of Books. In addition to his work with Acropolis and Locarno in Los Angeles, Jordan does freelance programming for the American Cinematheque in Hollywood. He served on the inaugural Signs of Life jury at the 70th Locarno Festival.

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