Anthony Lane (1981) has been a film critic for The New Yorker since 1993. He read English at Trinity.
Before joining The New Yorker, he worked at The Independent, in London, where he was appointed deputy literary editor in 1989 and, a year later, a film critic for The Independent on Sunday.
In 2001, his reviews received the National Magazine Award for Reviews and Criticism. His writings for The New Yorker are collected in the book ‘Nobody’s Perfect’.