About Perri Nemiroff
Perri Nemiroff is the senior producer at Collider where she hosts and produces the interview series, Collider Ladies Night, a show geared towards highlighting the need-to-know female voices in film and television. The success of Ladies Night has spawned a group of similarly formatted interview shows that now includes Collider Ladies Night Pre-Party and Collider Forces.
On top of that, Perri frequently moderates post-screening Q&As and panels at film festivals and conventions including San Diego Comic-Con and New York Comic Con, and can be seen on the big screen in the Noovie pre-show segment, Close-up with Perri Nemiroff. She’s also a proud member of the Critics Choice Association and is a Gold Derby Expert.
Perri splits her time between Los Angeles and New York. Wherever the film and television coverage takes her, she goes!
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