Flicks and Pieces is an ever-growing blog with a love of all things cinema and television. Since opening its virtual doors in 2014, it’s seen over 400 posts (and counting) of all shapes and sizes – analysis, reviews, rants and ramblings – all courtesy of myself, the Flicks and Pieces editor-in-chief, Luke Kent…hello!
As Flicks and Pieces continues its growth, I’m on the lookout for writers with all levels of experience to join the team.
Writing for Flicks and Pieces…
- Regularly contribute pieces on cinema and television (I’m also happy to consider gaming and podcasting posts as well). There are no set limits on how many posts are completed per week – just as many or as few as you can!
- Write film and TV reviews, analysis of your favourite movies, lists, news – the world is your oyster. In terms of word counts, generally I look at 400 words as a minimum for full reviews, for bitesize reviews, it’s a maximum of 200 words, news stories tend to come in at 300 words at the lowest, and analysis/editorials should be over 500 words.
- Inject your own personality into your posts. There are no style expectations; I’m simply looking for interesting, engaging, opinionated writing, with top notch standards of proofreading!
- If you can bring contacts and ideas to the table, then the more the better!
What do you get in return?
- The opportunity for your writing to be seen by thousands of readers weekly.
- Movie and TV screeners for reviews, aka the good stuff.
How to apply!
If you love cinema and television, are keen to gain exposure and spread your thoughts, then send in your application below along with a short smattering of information on why writing for Flicks and Pieces would be a good fit for you! If you have links to writing samples, then even better!