Author: Nadine Heintz

Nadine Heintz is an assistant research scholar at New York University, where she teaches in the journalism department. Before joining the university, she was a staff writer and associate editor at Inc. magazine. Her Apprentice blog was the most popular blog on for several years and she was part of a team of writers nominated for a Webby Award for best business blog in 2006. In college, she spent a semester writing movie and restaurant reviews for Footloose, an entertainment magazine based in London. After receiving her M.A. in magazine journalism from NYU in 2000, she worked as a staff reporter and writer at Worth, a personal finance magazine. She currently lives in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, and passes by Spike Lee’s production company, 40 Acres & A Mule, on the way to the subway every day.

Articles Written by Nadine Heintz:

Will Success Spoil the 48 Hour Film Project?

On a sunny Saturday afternoon in January, director David Butler and his motley film crew set up shop in a cavernous yellow brick building on Eastern Avenue in Baltimore’s Little Italy. The team, known collectively as Bargain Basement Films, started straggling in at about 7 a.m. that morning to begin shooting Maestro Percival, a short… Read more »