Film Critic Jeff Counts Puts Cinema into Context

KHOL film critic and GTMF General Manager Jeff Counts discusses his passion for both music and film and where he sees the film industry going next.
Film critic Jeff Counts said he believes the coronavirus pandemic only accelerated a trend that was already underway in the film industry. (Emily Cohen)

by | Feb 26, 2021 | Film & TV, People

Accredited film critic and general manager of the Grand Teton Music Festival (GTMF) Jeff Counts produces a weekly series for KHOL called “On Set,” in which he reviews and discusses new films for Jackson Hole Community Radio listeners. 

Counts, along with GTMF Music Director Donald Runnicles, also hosts a radio broadcast series that can be heard Sundays at 8 a.m. on KHOL called “Live from the Grand Teton Music Festival,” a show about GTMF concerts, the artists involved and anecdotes about the pieces and players themselves.

Counts joined us recently in the KHOL studio to discuss his passion for both music and film, the process behind his movie reviews and where he sees the film industry going next.


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About Jeff Counts

Before moving to Jackson in 2019, Jeff spent five years reviewing movies as co-host of the public access television program "Big Movie Mouth-Off." When not focused on film, Jeff writes about opera and co-hosts the classical music interview podcast "Ghost Light."

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