Hermione Flavia is a writer, cinema journalist and podcaster, who studied movie history and film making in Australia, before attending the film school at Ealing Studios in London on a scholarship. She started covering preview screenings there, well as working in the independent film scene, winning some international awards for her screenplay writing. She now lives in Canada with her partner and her cat Grimoire, and you can usually find her drawing, reading, making things or riding horses.
She has covered movies previews and red carpet events for this blog and also for We Make Movies On Weekends, Screen Jabber, Whirligig Cinema, Film Doctor and more. She has interviewed people as diverse as Tom Cruise, Roger Corman, Oscar winning makeup artist Morag Ross and Cinematographer Rob Hardy. She also appears regularly as a guest on movie podcasts, for a full list of which click the Listen tab at the top of the page.
She is co-host of the movie podcast The Gen X And The Millennial where she and Damien Riley share films and give their different perspectives on them, based on their generation gap. It’s a fun and friendly podcast with a growing following that comes out bi-monthly. She also has a YouTube channel Wildfire Movies which looks at classic, cult and contemporary films as well as some film history.
You can subscribe to this blog, to stay up to date on posts, or you can follow her on Instagram (@hermioneflavia). She also reviews books and talks about style and other fun stuff on her blog which you can find HERE.
Some favorite awards and achievements include:
RISING STAR AWARD, Canada International Film Festival, 2013 for The Air I Breathe.
OFFICIAL FINALIST, World Series of Screenwriting, Hollywood, 2013, for Sandrine.
HONORABLE MENTION, Table Read My Screenplay, USA, 2013 for The Air I Breathe.
QUARTER FINALIST, Richmond International Film Festival, Virginia, 2014.
ROUND 2: TOP 80, Screenplay Competition, Cinequest Film Festival, California, 2014 for A Pinch Of Spice.