Manage and create content for the Movie News section of the site, covering all aspects of the news, focusing chiefly on the films that matter to most people. Posts should be written in blog style, with short paragraphs and include images. Including a few sub-headings is much appreciated, and please use only one space between sentences. If you have a piece already prepared that you think will be a perfect fit for Horror Homeroom, please send the following information to our editor.
Cultural analysis is preferred over devotional or first-person stories (unless you’re reviewing an event like a film festival). An article is not a review but uses film as a jumping off point to talk about something related. Check out a piece on Terrence Malick or immigration in District 9 or the theology of The Shack. Lastly, when you have written a couple of articles for us, we will open the doors to paid opportunities as well.
If you want to write about South Asian film, we have an open call for South Asia Staff Writers. We are an all-volunteer organization, and do not have funds to pay contributors. If you cover video-games, you also get the added benefit of being featured on OpenCritic as a reviewer for us; the Rotten Tomatoes equivalent for video games. It’s a great way to get your name recognized by some of the top names in the industry. TheReviewGeek is a fast moving, agile site that receives anywhere from 2 million to 4 million page views a month.
If you would like to make your mark with Moviezeal then please drop us a line with information about your experience in writing along with any sample pieces we could take a look at. Please fill out the following form to get a hold of us. Proofread your article before sending it to us. Let’s be respectful to each other’s time and standards. However, please bear in mind that our editors reserve the right to make minor changes if required to match our editorial style.
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We’re putting a team together and we want you to be a part of it… The article must be lie between 250 to 1000 words and it would be free from copyright infringement. It would be great to connect with you through your unique article. But we’re happy to consider a draft as well. If you think you have what it takes drop us a message in the contact form and include some samples of your work. MarkMeets Media is still probably best known for the online promotion of London Film Premieres and supporting young talented musicians.