Jonathan Foreman is a journalist and film critic. He was film critic for the New York Post and Co-Founder of StandpointMagazine, launched in 2008, and is now their Writer-at-Large. He has also written for, among many publications, The New Yorker, The National Review, and The Daily Telegraph.
In his memoir, David Pryce-Jones, former literary editor of The FT and Spectator and author of several major works, reveals his complex origins: born in Vienna, he is the Eton and Oxford-educated son of writer Alan Pryce-Jones, while his mother, Therese Fould-Springer, was a Viennese heiress. He talks about his life, both very English and singularly exotic, with journalist Jonathan Foreman.