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Film Editor Daniella Nichinson
Daniella Nichinson is the Film Editor for Washington Square News. Daniella is a sophomore in Stern studying Marketing and minoring in Creative Writing. You can usually find her watching old films that most people have forgotten about or raving about Jack Nicholson. Today, Daniella's favorite movies are "8 1/2" and "Opening Night." When Daniella's not watching movies, she likes listening to Pink Floyd, writing and playing tennis. Follow her on twitter: @daniellatennis.

Daniella Nichinson, Film Editor

Sep 14, 2018
Staff Recs: Best Netflix Originals (Story)
Sep 07, 2018
Staff Recs: Our Most Anticipated Films of Fall 2018 (Story)
Sep 04, 2018
John McEnroe and the Sport of Cinema (Story)
Sep 04, 2018
Ethan Hawke: Cassavetes Reborn (Story)
Aug 26, 2018
Skirball Unveils Exciting Fall Season (Story)
Dec 07, 2017
Brittany Claybrooks (Story)
Dec 01, 2017
Staff Recs: Best Original Holiday Songs (Story)
Nov 27, 2017
James Franco Turns ‘Disaster’ Into Masterpiece (Story)
Oct 17, 2017
The Twisted Brilliance of ‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer’ (Story)
Oct 16, 2017
Painful Nostalgia in ‘Wonder Wheel’ (Story)
Oct 10, 2017
The Beautiful Tragedy of ‘Call Me By Your Name’ (Story)
Oct 05, 2017
The Enduring Politics of Warren Beatty (Story)
Oct 03, 2017
NYFF 2017: ‘Last Flag Flying’ Presents a Lifetime of War (Story)
Oct 02, 2017
NYFF 2017: ‘The Square’ is Magnificently Enigmatic (Story)
Sep 29, 2017
NYFF 2017: Family, Frustrations and Fine Art in ‘The Meyerowitz Stories’ (Story)
Sep 27, 2017
NYFF 2017: Magic of Childhood in ‘The Florida Project’ (Story)
Sep 13, 2017
‘Brad’s Status’ Finds Humor in Insecurity (Story)
Sep 06, 2017
“I Do…Until I Don’t” is Funny, But Transient (Story)
Sep 05, 2017
Essential New York Films to Appreciate New York (Story)
Aug 28, 2017
The Reign of Indie Films This Fall (Story)
May 01, 2017
Tribeca 2017: ‘A Thousand Junkies’ is a Comedic Ode to Addiction (Story)
May 01, 2017
Tribeca 2017: An Anniversary You Can’t Refuse (Story)
May 01, 2017
Tribeca 2017: Dustin Hoffman and Noah Baumbach Tease and Talk Filmmaking (Story)
Apr 26, 2017
‘The Graduate’ Restored in 4K for 50th Anniversary (Story)
Apr 26, 2017
Tribeca 2017: In ‘The Trip to Spain,’ Middle Age Is a Comedic Journey (Story)
Apr 26, 2017
Tribeca 2017: Documentary ‘Frank Serpico’ Lauds an Honest Cop (Story)
Apr 17, 2017
‘Free Fire’ Is Coordinated Chaos (Story)
Apr 13, 2017
‘The Lost City of Z’ Revives the Historical Epic Film (Story)
Apr 12, 2017
Film ‘Heal the Living’ Weaves Stories of Loss and Chance (Story)
Apr 06, 2017
New Doc Highlights the Man Who ‘Shot!’ Rock ‘n’ Roll (Story)
Apr 06, 2017
The Blur Between Netflix and Film (Story)
Mar 28, 2017
‘The Art Life’ Illuminates David Lynch’s World (Story)
Mar 20, 2017
The Light Comes ‘After the Storm’ (Story)
Mar 20, 2017
Jazz Meets Murder in Documentary (Story)
Mar 09, 2017
Taste the Darker ‘Half’ of Relationships in New Film (Story)
Feb 22, 2017
Anthology Revives Tax Shelter Films (Story)
Jan 31, 2017
A Devastating Look Into Isolation in “Solitary” (Story)
Jan 30, 2017
“Becoming Warren Buffett,” an Inspiring Story about an Inspiring Man (Story)
Nov 30, 2016
Anthology Honors the Legacy of Dennis Hopper (Story)
Nov 28, 2016
From a Hunger Strike To a Revolution (Story)
Nov 18, 2016
“Ne Me Quitte Pas” Is a Slow But Worthwhile Meditation on Life (Story)
Nov 07, 2016
‘Bulworth’ Relevant 20 Years Later (Story)