Come Write For The Movie Scrutineer

Are you…

* hugely into film?

*someone who loves to write and blog?

*into in-depth film discussion?

*knowledgeable about film making or film analysis?

*someone who’s always wanted to be a film or TV critic?

* a film student who needs practice writing?

*a scholar or student of a different academic discipline who likes to write about film and combine it with the knowledge from your field?

If you can answer yes two or more of these, you may want to consider joining our team!

We welcome writers from all niches and expertise areas; as long as you can tie your expertise into some kind of spin onto films, movies or news. We have worked with many other websites to publish stories on their behalf; and even covered how celebrities use juicers during film sets as an all-healthy way to naturally boost energy levels. In fact, KitchenReviewsDirect.com went one stop further and published some awesome statistics – showing that up to 43% of all actors and actresses use a juicer to juice fresh fruits & vegetables to stay healthy and have healthy looking skin!

What distinguishes The Movie Scrutineer from other movie sites is the fact that we do not generally look at industry news, celebrity gossip or speculation – instead, we divert our attention towards content of movies. That means we aim to publish discussion of the art of filmmaking, theme, social, political or cultural issues that are raised in general representations of culture or films and so on.

Posts we’ve published to date by contributors:

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We prefer personal pieces – well-written, insightful reviews and features in which the writer is free to present their unique opinion. We care about the essence of film, and prefer longer, in-depth, content-driven articles that focus on film-analysis instead of easy, meaningless traffic-bait.

Please send your application here. Include at least one example of your work (.doc, .docx or .pdf formats only) that is between 700 and 2000 words. Also, please pitch 2-3 article titles of articles that you could and want to write for The Movie Scrutineer. Finally, please let us know what film genres you prefer, which directors are your favorites and what kind of experience you have in (film) writing, if any!

For more details, check this page!

We’re really looking forward to hear from you!

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