Sheila O’Malley is a film critic, a regular contributor to for RogerEbert.com and a columnist for Film Comment. Her writing has also appeared in The New York Times, The LA Times, The Criterion Collection, Sight & Sound, The Moviegoer and others. She wrote the narration scripts for two Academy Awards Lifetime Achievement tribute reels: Gena Rowlands (read by Angelina Jolie), and Anne V. Coates (read by Diane Lane). She is a member of the New York Film Critics’ Circle and writes a blog called The Sheila Variations. She tweets at @sheilakathleen.
Sheila's essay entitled "Teenage Girls Know Something We Don't" appears in She Found it at the Movies.