Devin Faraci

Devin Faraci



Devin Faraci is an American film critic, film journalist, and screenwriter. He is best known for his work at Birth.Movies.Death, for which he served as Editor-in-Chief from October 2013 to October 2017.

Faraci was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. He attended the University of Michigan where he studied film and literature. He began his career as a freelance journalist and critic, writing for both print and web publications. His writing has been featured in a number of publications, including The AV Club, The Dissolve, and The Daily Beast.

In 2013, Faraci was appointed Editor-in-Chief of the popular film website Birth.Movies.Death. During his tenure, he oversaw the site’s transition to a daily publication, as well as a series of podcasts and live events. Faraci also contributed to the site’s coverage of the film festival circuit, including the Cannes, Venice, and Toronto International Film Festivals.

In addition to his work as a journalist and critic, Faraci has also written several screenplays. He has written the scripts for the films ‘The Way, Way Back’, ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’, and ‘The House of the Devil’, among others.

Faraci has been an outspoken advocate for the representation of women and people of color in the film industry. He has been vocal about the need for more diversity in film criticism, and has also taken a strong stance against sexual harassment and abuse in the industry.

Faraci stepped down as Editor-in-Chief of Birth.Movies.Death in 2017 and is now a full-time writer and critic. He is currently working on a number of projects, including a book about the films of Stanley Kubrick. He is also a contributor to the podcast ‘Pop Culture Happy Hour’.

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