Write for us!

Every day new aspiring filmmakers endeavour to learn and advance their skills when wielding a camera, lighting kit, or editing software. They come from various backgrounds, level of experience, and locations around the world. Writing articles, understanding new tools, and all their functionalities takes time. We are pleasured to invite you to participate, and submit your article to us, helping to provide our readers with increased knowledge!

So why should you contribute? There are tonnes of reasons to contribute articles and insight to other readers, but here are some of the ones that we think are important. Its excellent exposure for yourself as a writer or on-to-be expert, its a nice way to give back to the community that helped you, and it's always nice to remember how you felt when you were a beginner and how much this information would have helped.

Who can become an author?

Anybody can become an author! However, you need to know what you are talking about and be certain that you can write well; possessing solid writing skills is a must. If this is the case, please follow the following guidelines:

Steps to be an author

    Select a topic from below:
    • Pre-Production: Scriptwriting, inspiration, casting, location.
    • Production: Directing, producing, camera handling, acting.
    • Post-Production: Editing, special effects, music and sound effects, authoring, workflows.
    • Reviews: Films, software, hardware, audio.
    • Tutorial: can cover any aspect of filmmaking, but must be in-depth.
    • Time-Savers: Useful tools for filmmakers.
    • Opinion pieces: Your personal address to the film and creative community.
    • Freebies: Textures, plugins, software, fonts, templates we can offer our readers for free.
  • Go to the contact form, include a description of yourself, your skills, and field of interest
  • Include URLs to some articles or examples that show your skills.
Other notes

Your article doesn’t have to be extremely long; what is important is that you have something to say or to share. You can share your ideas, approaches and techniques or just describe your workflow. We are aiming for exciting, creative articles that also cover recent developments in the industry.

If you are wanting to promote your own product, please avoid selling it, and try to place an unbiased review. It must not show only positives but also touch on a couple of drawbacks. Be sure to include links to screenshots, videos, and any other media to facilitate the post. And lastly explain why it is useful to our audience.

I'm ready to contribute!