Adam Nayman has an MA in Cinema Studies from the University of Toronto and writes about film regularly for The Globe and Mail and The Grid. He is a contributing editor for Cinema Scope and POV. He reviews regularly for Sight and Sound, Little While Lies and Reverse Shot and been published in The Walrus, The Village Voice, Elle Canada, Film Comment and Cineaste. He has programmed films (and hosted) for TIFF’s Reel Talk series and The Toronto Jewish Film Society. He lectures on film at the University of Toronto and Ryerson University and hosts talks on directors and genres for the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre. His first book, It Doesn’t Suck: Showgirls was published in 2014 by ECW Press. Adam has been a member of the Toronto Film Critics Association since 2002. He lives in Toronto with his wife and, unfortunately, their cat, Fellini.