Fernanda Solórzano is the chief film critic for Letras Libres magazine, for which she has written since 2001. since 2010, she has also worked as the host of "Cine Aparte," a weekly videoblog focusing on films. Before that she was chief film critic for the Sábado supplement of the newspaper Unosmásuno, for Cambio journal and for the Confabulario supplement of the newspaper El Universal. Her film articles have appeared in most Mexican print outlets as well as foreign publications, including the supplement Atlas du cinéma of Cahiers du Cinéma, the Spanish Cuadernos Caimán and the British Sight & Sound. In addition, she has hosted TV programs on movie analysis, including "Filmoteca 40," "Confabulario," "Encuadre" and "Plano abierto." She has been a jury member on national and international festivals, and is a current member of the International Federation of Film Critics (FIPRESCI) and also a member of the Morelia Film Festival Official Selection committee. Along with her regular writing and videobloging she’s a regular contributor to the radio news programme "Atando Cabos," and the cohost of the tv programme "Encuadre iberoamericano." She is the author of the book "Misterios de la sala oscura," published by Penguin Random House in 2017.