Reportage — accurate, current, and original — is among the services that Cinema Minima offers its constituency of movie makers around the world.
If you talk to filmmakers, we want to talk you
We want reporters who like to talk to filmmakers, and who have a good working knowledge of the way movies are made. A knowledge of recent developments in movie making — technical, artistic, financial, legal — is essential.
In this context “filmmaker” may be anyone who helps to make a film — a director or a producer, of course; but also a film editor, music editor, composer, actor, casting director, location scout, cinematographer, & alii.
Entertainment lawyers, distributors, sales agents, and exhibitors are all partipants in the business of making movies, and are fair game for Cinema Minima reporters.
Reviews and film criticism
As a rule, Cinema Minima does not publish reviews of films or critical essays — this publication focuses on movie making, not movie watching. An exception would be a review published in connection with an interview with a filmmaker; for instance, when a request for an interview is conditioned upon a review.
If you would like to report for Cinema Minima, please tell your relationship to cinema — and explain how your reporting would benefit movie makers.
Your query should be at least 250 words, but not longer than 1,000 words.