Deborah Krieger
Deborah Krieger

Deborah Krieger is a freelance arts and culture writer and nascent art/media historian and curator. She can be found at www.i-on-the-arts.com and on Instagram @debonthearts.

In "Maya Dardel," Lena Olin Plays A Woman Trying To Succeed In A Man's World: Review
"The Florida Project" Is A Beautiful, Rough Portrait Of Childhood: BUST Review
"Professor Marston And the Wonder Women" Is A Traditional Romantic Dramedy—With Polyamory: Review
Teen Girls Take On Sexism In Sophie Strauss' "Quiz In A Magazine" Video: Interview With Animator Becca Schuchat
John Cho, Haley Lu Richardson And Modernist Architecture Make "Columbus" Stand Out: BUST Review
"Almost Adults" Is A Women-Made Comedy About Coming Out: BUST Review
Troian Bellisario's "Feed" Is A Psychological Thriller Exploring Grief And Eating Disorders: Review
"This Beautiful Fantastic" Does A Messy Dance With The Manic Pixie Dream Girl: BUST Review
"Carrie Pilby" Deserved More Than A Limited Release: BUST Review
"Tramps" Is A Charmingly Lighthearted Rom Com: BUST Review
"The Most Hated Woman In America" Is An Incredible Waste Of Talent: BUST Review
Melanie Lynskey Is Captivating And Full Of Rage In 'I Don't Feel At Home In This World Anymore': BUST Review
In 'Jackie,' Natalie Portman Shows The Humanity Behind An Icon: BUST Review
'Little Sister' Tells The Story Of A Goth-Turned-Nun: BUST Review
'Other People' Redefines The 'Cancer Movie': BUST Review