Penelope Andrew

Women Film Critics Circle

Penelope Andrew is a writer and editor with a special interest in film, culture, the arts and social justice issues. She is a member of the Women Film Critics Circle, and a certified psychoanalytic psychotherapist with a private practice in New York City.<br /> <br /> Her work has appeared in The Huffington Post,, <em>Critical Women on Film</em>, <em>Universal Press Syndicate</em>, <em>Hellenic Voice</em>, and <em>New Manhattan Review.</em> She is active in The SaveDarfur Coalition and a member of The Phi Beta Kappa Society, Amnesty International, The Film Forum, and The American Association for Psychoanalysis/CSW. She is also a Fellow of the NYSSCSW. <br /> <br /> A former reporter and associate editor of<em> H Proini </em>(a Greek-American daily newspaper), she also served as editor of the newsletter for The Association on American Indian Affairs. She was an Adjunct Lecturer/Field Instructor for Columbia University's GSSW from 1999 to 2001.<br /> <br /> Ms. Andrew is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Brandeis University and completed a certification program of study at The Psychoanalytic Training Institute of NYCC in New York City. She is also a film school dropout having studied film theory, history and criticism at The New School for Social Research.<br /> <br /> She can be reached at <a href=""></a>.