Wesley Emblidge launched The Old Hollywood Times in 2017, after spending a year researching and developing the project. He works out of Boston overseeing all aspects of the site, from content to web design, while writing regularly. He also hosts the official podcast for the site. He’ll watch Cary Grant in just about anything, and avoids Charles Boyer films like the plague.
Natalie Busch is a sophomore visual and media arts major at Emerson College, where she is a captain of the women’s basketball team. She has a passion for film, television, and writing and, after she graduates, her goal is to get paid to make up stories as a television writer.
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Kyra Power is a sophomore visual media arts major at Emerson College with a focus in screenwriting. She enjoys film, photography and writing. In addition to writing about 1942, she reviews present day films for Emertainment Monthly.
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Wyatt Muma is a junior visual arts major at Emerson College with a focus in media studies. He is editor of the film section for Emertainment Monthly and spends most days wondering why Roman Holiday hasn’t been released on Blu-Ray.
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Emily Hillebrand is a junior at Emerson College, majoring in Writing, Literature and Publishing. Her poetry has been published by two of the college’s literary magazines; Golden Walkman Magazine; Persephone’s Daughters; and will be published in an upcoming issue of The Oakland Arts Review. She is a poetry editor for the online literary magazine Persephone’s Daughters, and a copyeditor for Emertainment Monthly and Gauge within Emerson.
John Allegretti is a junior visual and media arts major at Emerson College who loves watching Val Lewton double features or anything involving Veronica Lake. He writes about film for Emertainment Monthly while also directing shorts of his own. He edits the video essays and any other video content for The Old Hollywood Times.
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Podcast Guests: David Heeley, Joan Kramer, Emily Carman, and Jeffery Vance.