We are starting a new site which focuses on film news and reviews and in need of some reviewers. Please note that we don’t have the capacity to pay you. All we can offer is a platform for you to write some reviews and show it to an audience. We are hoping to meet good souls here that are willing to review films because they just want to.
Site is already built. Will send you the link and additional info.
Passionate individuals for this kind of things please PM me if interested.
“All we can offer is a platform for you to write some reviews and show it to an audience. We are hoping to meet good souls here that are willing to review films because they just want to.”
What differentiates your site from IMDb, Amazon.com, and other review hubs, blogs, sites, and e-zines?
If a person is looking for a ‘platform’, why should they choose your site instead of opening their own blog or joining another? What makes you stand out?
If you cannot pay now, is there at least a plan to monetize traffic or provide other rewards for the work? What is the site’s one-year plan? What should reviewers expect to get out of your site, if your site expects to get reviews?
Does your site focus on any particular aspect of cinema, such as genre, recent releases, independent filmmaking, or even unique aspects of production, or specific distribution methods? What type of film news will accompany the reviews?
In sum, what are your expectations for potential reviewers and how should they plan to benefit for working for you?
I have all the same questions.
Also, will your focus be auteurist, semiotic, popular etc?
And what level of training is expected?