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Amir Bogen

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Brooklyn, New York
Directing Editor and Writer — Ynet
As seen in: Ynet, Tablet Magazine
Covers:  Film, Culture, sports, and politics
Doesn't Cover: economics

Film journalist and writer, certified Master Jedi by Tel Aviv Uni. (MA in cinema studies/Star Wars history)

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Biography

My name is Amir Bogen and I'm an Israeli film journalist living in New York. For seven years I was leading the film section of the biggest news and content website in Israel (Ynet) as the directing editor, writer, and critic. Over the years I covered Hollywood and the American Indie scene, as wel...

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@Amir_Bogen — 29 followers, 56 tweets

If it looks like #Mudbound and has #GarrettHedlund in it, it still can be #BURDEN Started rough, like it should have, and then took a wrong turn all the way to heaven as a Christian drama. The movie found God and missed me #Sundance #ParkCity #KKK https://t.co/CS28OpmVdx
RT @SInow: Party's on in the Saints locker room 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 (via @MarkIngram22) https://t.co/LgQogyi6DE
My interview with #StarWars #TheLastJedi star #DaisyRidley who plays #Rey who might hijack her future career like Luke Skywalker did to Mark Hamill Daisy Ridley is a Female Force https://t.co/NYoxZCRL5j via @YouTube
Got a promise from #RianJohnson today: #StarWars won't get to Earth! Watch starting at 29:45 My biggest nightmare is over... #TheLastJedi #pressconference #London https://t.co/0kkTpr7Q0N
I want to book a roundtrip from the NYC to TLV, but with extended layover in London (more then to basic itinerary on the website) - how do I do that?
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What was your first job as a journalist?

I started as an editor and writer in the sports dept of Ynet, specializing in American sports - NBA, NFL, etc

Have you ever used a typewriter?

I did a typewriter as a kid, writing essays for elementary school. Since then I'm strictly into keyboard, mouse, and computer.

How is social media changing news?

It is a huge source for new items, but it is also affecting their processing in a bad way. Journalists write one-liners instead of texts