Ana Maria Bahiana
Folha de São Paulo/Ilustríssima (supplement) (Brazil), Daily circulation 1M
O Globo (Brazil), Daily circulation 1.2M
O Globo/Segundo Caderno (supplement) (Brazil), Daily circulation 1.2M
Journalist and author Ana Maria Bahiana covered the entertainment industry based in Los Angeles for over three decades. The author of eight books on film, music, and pop culture, Bahiana was West Coast Bureau Chief for UK’s Screen International for five years and on-camera talent, writer, and producer for Globo Network in Brazil. In addition, Bahiana has written for BBC Culture, the New York Times syndicate, Escape, Beat and Australia’s The Bulletin, Mode, Cinema Papers and Follow Me, as well as the travel website indagare.com. Her published books include the best-sellers “The 1970s Almanac” and “How to See a Movie,” a companion piece to her highly successful program of film appreciation and literacy. Bahiana’s interview with Francis Ford Coppola about The Godfather III was included in Taschen’s 2013 coffee table book, “The Godfather Family Album,” featuring the photography of Steve Schapiro. She also contributed to the 2014 anthology book “Celluloid Ceiling: Women Film Directors Breaking Through” about women filmmakers around the world. She is currently editor of goldenglobes.com and special correspondent for Brazil’s top newspapers, Folha de Sao Paulo and O Globo.