A Template for Creating Your Own Film Listing

One of the many features we have set up on this site is film listings. These are more film resource pages you can use to provide information to reviewers and others about your film, all conveniently in one location. This includes actor names, summary, links, social media links, trailer, film poster and stills.

Looking at a blank page is daunting. After several film listings we have posted, I have put together a template you can just copy from this page and paste into the post editor when creating your film listing. All you need to do after that is basically fill in the blanks by removing the instructions in parenthesis and replacing them with your information. Continue reading “A Template for Creating Your Own Film Listing”


Getting Your Film Reviewed

Getting your film reviewed would seem like a simple process at the outset. The hard part is done; making the film. But getting your film reviewed is more than just getting an opinion on it, unless you don’t mind leaving it up to the trolls who inhabit IMDb. As a reviewer I’m going to give you some insight into the mind of the reviewer that you can use to increase the chances of getting your film reviewed, and possibly in a more favorable light (i.e. don’t piss off the person about to review your film by making it difficult for them).

The one thing right up front that will get your film reviewed more often, and frankly this is the only thing that matters, is making it easier for a reviewer to review your film. I’m not suggesting that you go out on a limb or jump through hoops, and I have done more than that to review a film, but the more work a reviewer has to do to get information on your film and the people involved is that much more that is likely to turn them off from reviewing it. Continue reading “Getting Your Film Reviewed”


What are we doing here?

The home page covers the purpose of this website and the goals we hope to achieve. This post is not to reiterate what has already been said but to illuminate some of the features you will see appearing on this site soon.

The end goal of any filmmaker is to have their film seen. For this there are various resources such as festivals and filmnights, and filmmakers are able to accomplish submitting to festivals and filmnights with the help of some wonderful websites specializing in that. There are also media promotion companies which specialize in getting presskits out to reviewers. What is not available is an easy resource for finding reviewers and other outlets to promote one’s film, and especially at no cost. Continue reading “What are we doing here?”