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Write for TAKE ONE

Do you want to write features and articles about cinema? TAKE ONE is always looking for new volunteer writers. Our readership is continually expanding, and we are looking for new, original and articulate writers. Enthusiastic people with a sound knowledge of film and a fresh approach to subject matter, whether you’re writing about a particular genre, director, film, short film, or about the industry in general.

We are the official review publication for the Cambridge Film Festival and Edinburgh Short Film Festival, but we also work with other festivals all year round in the UK and further afield, to write features, interviews and reviews. All reviews are independent of the festival they screen at – we like to help to promote small film events but always tell our writers they must be honest in their writing about the films they see. Press passes will usually be supplied for screenings of new releases at Picturehouse cinemas and at special events or festivals.  In the past we have covered Cannes, Berlin, Sundance, BFI London, Edinburgh, Tribeca, Glasgow, Sundance London, Raindance, Cambridge, San Sebastian, Brighton, Watersprite and many others.

As we try to write a broad range of articles we look for reviewers, feature writers, people interested in interviewing directors and other special guests. We would be very happy to hear from anyone who thinks they have multimedia skills that they want to showcase on TAKE ONE.

TAKE ONE is not a money-making endeavour, and Jim and Rosy run the site out of their own pocket. We are looking at future models that might allow us to generate revenue but, for now, we are focusing on building the experience of new writers and coverage of under-seen films. Many former and continuing TAKE ONE writers have gone on to paid freelance work and other film industry positions.

If you are interested in joining the TAKE ONE team, have a look around TAKEONECinema.net to get a feel, and simply fill out the form below to contact the editors.


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