Karina Longworth

film historian and an appreciator of the films of Mike Nichols

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Karina Longworth is writer, researcher and journalist based in Los Angeles. She is the creator/host/producer/editor of You Must Remember This, a storytelling podcast dedicated to the secret and/or forgotten histories of Hollywood’s first century. Karina is the author of Hollywood Frame by Frame, a book collecting contact sheets from still photo sessions related to classic movies, due out from Princeton Architectural Press in September 2014.

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