Scott Jordan Harris is a film critic from Great Britain. Formerly editor of The Spectator's arts blog and The Big Picture magazine, he is now a culture blogger for The Daily Telegraph; a contributor to BBC Radio 4's The Film Programme and Front Row and Roger Ebert's UK correspondent.
He is the author of the book Rosebud Sleds and Horses' Heads: 50 of Film's Most Evocative Objects and the editor of the New York, New Orleans, Chicago and San Francisco volumes of the World Film Locations books series.
His writing has been published by, among others, Sight & Sound, The Spectator, BBC online, The Guardian, Fangoria, The Huffington Post, The Australian Film Institute, movieScope and RogerEbert.com.
He first went to a cinema to see Disney’s Pinocchio and the loud music, combined with the scary whale, made him cry. He was 22.
An FFC on recent comments by Michael Eisner.
A piece on the 1000-week run of "Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge."
Scott Jordan Harris argues that disabled characters should not be played by able-bodied actors.
Roger was a titan in the film community, but he was also a beacon for the seriously disabled.