agnés films is a digital publication that encourages filmmakers, critics, and writers to contribute their voices and perspectives. If you work in any stage of the filmmaking process—from producing and directing, to crew, to acting—and you would like to write about yourself, your projects, or your experience, we are interested in your input.
If you are a filmmaker, critic, and/or film festival organizer, please fill out this brief form to tell us what you would like to write about.
If you are a writer who is not involved in filmmaking, does not have experience writing critically about films, or is otherwise not affiliated with the film business, we request that you get to know our website and outline your purpose for writing. Please complete this form for further instructions.
We seek articles from filmmakers and scholars that:
- Give practical advice about film production and expound on the elements of filmmaking.
- Analyze and explore the work of women filmmakers and the history of feminist filmmaking.
- Create connections between film production and academia.
- Provide insight into film festival practices and trends, especially feminist and women’s work
Formatting Your Work
Contributions should be between 200 and 2,500 words and accompanied by one or more images to illustrate the piece. Behind-the-scenes photos, stills, posters, and video are encouraged in order to help readers to visually understand the ideas presented.
Make sure that you have the rights to the images and video you submit. You may also use images licensed through an appropriate creative commons license.
We encourage our contributors to follow MLA’s documentation and formatting.
We will get back to you within a week of your proposal. If accepted, we ask that you send us your piece within two months.
Share Your Work
We welcome filmmakers to contribute their work. We offer interviews, reviews, news items, and critical essays. Visit our Share Your Work page for more information.