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Short reviews but very concise and innovative writings. Film Fugitives will hold discretional rights regarding the acceptance of your article. We are always looking for passionate writers who want to write about Cinematic Arts. There are two sections to apply for Film Fugitives. Put your completed article in a Google Doc and link to that doc within your email. If you don’t have a completed article, tell us why.
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They also publish feature articles, interviews, film reviews, DVD and Blu-Ray reviews, and columns. Pay is $18 for Short Take reviews, $36 for book or DVD reviews , $45 for film reviews and short articles, columns, sidebar interviews, or essays, and $90 for feature articles or interviews. Luma is an online quarterly publication about independent film and media art. It is published by the Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers and EMMEDIA Gallery & Production Society. We’re open to all ideas and pitches, but ultimately looking for articles on action movies from the 80s and 90s. Anything from a few hundred words to a few thousand.
High on Films is not a website; it is a shrine, where we worship Cinema. Writing for HoF takes more than just writing skills, it takes passion. We are building an ‘army of spiritual warriors’, and you can be an integral part of this revolution.
Keep your passion alive, become one of us and your efforts will be rewarded in time. The major perk is to be part of a growing platform that grows its audience on a weekly/monthly basis. We also provide press access to events and screenings and advanced review copies for our critics.
British Cinematographer is a print and digital magazine that covers the art and craft of international cinematography. They “focus on the art and craft of cinematographers, and the technologies they use during production and post production.” According to one payment report, they paid $300 for a reported story. WhatNerd is a website about nerd lifestyle and entertainment. They cover games, TV, movies, health, and more. They are looking for contributors who can write 1 to 8 articles per month.
They publish news, reviews, interviews, and more. Payment reports indicate that they pay up to $0.10 per word. One article format we encourage is an omnibus review of several current films, preferably those not reviewed in a previous issue. Such a topical article would focus on films that perhaps share a certain political perspective, subject matter, or generic concerns (e.g., films on suburban life, or urban violence, or revisionist Westerns). Like individual Film Reviews, these articles should incorporate a very brief synopsis or reference to the storyline for those who haven’t seen the films.
Especially if it’s one on VHS and watched with friends. We also love to talk about ultimate action movies almost as much as watching them. Does that sound like you or someone you know and love?
It’s hard to sway other people with your opinion if you can’t give facts that support your argument. Give a clear, well-established opinion early on. Don’t leave the reader guessing whether you like the movie or not.
If you care about an issue, chances are someone else does, too. Cinema Escapist has dedicated community of volunteer staff members who get access to advance screeners, exclusive filmmaker interviews, and other incentives. We generally expect staff members to contribute at least one article per month and operate in a proactive, self-sufficient manner. To maximize your chances of success, read otherCinema Escapist articles and emulate their style/tone/rigor. Cinema Escapistaccepts pitches, usually for completed articles and occasionally for articles not yet written. Analyze and explore the work of women filmmakers and the history of feminist filmmaking.