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Most publications that cover pop-culture or entertainment also include writing about movies/film. We understand, writing is an art in itself and requires nurture. We believe in encouraging budding/amateur/aspirational writers.

The goal is just to create awesome articles for action movie fans to share and enjoy. One article format we encourage is an omnibus review of several current films, preferably those not reviewed in a previous issue. Such a topical article would focus on films that perhaps share a certain political perspective, subject matter, or generic concerns (e.g., films on suburban life, or urban violence, or revisionist Westerns). Like individual Film Reviews, these articles should incorporate a very brief synopsis or reference to the storyline for those who haven’t seen the films. The main focus, however, should be on the social issues manifested in these related films and how they may reflect something about the current political/social/aesthetic climate. Cineaste (subtitled “America’s Leading Magazine on the Art and Politics of the Cinema”) is a quarterly publication, founded in 1967, which offers a social, political, and aesthetic perspective on the cinema.

At night, at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, she wanders away from her parents and enters a funhouse, where she encounters a doppelgänger of herself in the house of mirrors. Following the encounter she stops speaking and withdraws from her family. Article must be original and cannot be an excerpt from a book, movie, or other material. 100% original, well-written content, written by you. Our writers come from a wide range of backgrounds. Please take a moment to look at the Raindancevalues.

Their critical essays are generally 1,500 to 3,000 words long. The A.V. Club is an entertainment website for the pop culture obsessed. They cover news, films, music, TV, games, and more. They are always seeking thoughtful pitches for their TV section. Their rates start at $250 for 900 words. To learn more, refer to this Twitter post and this link.

To find out more about this or to see examples use the form below. The raindance blog covers a wide range of topics from how to make a film to how you get it financed and seen. We also understand the emotional rollercoaster a filmmaker or screenwriter faces. Whether it is coping with writers block or juggling personal life with one’s creative ambitions you will find useful and inspiring articles here.

We prefer to have all proposals and submissions emailed to us at If you use surface mail and wish your manuscript returned, please provide a stamped, self-addressed envelope, otherwise your manuscript will be discarded. Manohla Dargis of The New York Times notes that the Wilsons are “introduced with an aerial sweep of greenery” similar to the opening of Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining, and sees that movie as the principal influence on Us. Write for Us is a platform where anyone can write articles and get an instant share of the traffic they create.

Send your proposals or inquiries to the Editorial Board in writing at the editorial address below or, preferably, via email at All material submitted will be carefully read. Although we have published some of the best-known writers on film, we have also been the first place of publication for many writers. All the editors are themselves writers and are aware of the curt treatment writers so often receive from indifferent editors. The least you can expect from us is a thoughtful reading of your work, even though we may not be able to write you with detailed comments.


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Payment reports indicate that they pay up to $0.25 per word. Payments will be made on the 15th of every month, once the article is published. However, if your article is published between 10th -15th of a month, your payment will be scheduled for the next month. For example, if your article is published on 13th June, your payment will be made on 15th July.