Contributors wanted

Interested? Please send an email to Please see below what content we are seeking. (Please note that this is a non-paid role).

Article length: 700-1000 words (commitment 1 article every month). Articles can focus on spotlights on female talent working in the industry, analysis of film in depth, reflective piece on current topic or theory of film, a reflective look of the role of women in particular genres 

Review: 500-800 words (commitment 1-2 reviews every month. Please note that retrospective reviews  will require more in-depth analysis.) Current releases will need to focus on films by female filmmakers, or films that primarily focus on female characters and a subject matter/topic related to females (e.g. Tully was directed Jason Reitman but was a female centric film).

Reviews on current releases will be on a first come first served basis. Reviews will need to follow the site’s guidelines and structure to be set up by Bianca Garner (structure/guidelines to follow). 

Interviews: Length TBC. Interviews opportunities will be announced as soon as details have been confirmed. 

Written by

Bee is a graduate in Film & Television Studies, with several years, experience writing and reviewing films for various outlets including VODZilla, Next Best Picture, Insession Film, Jumpcut Online, and Filmotomy. She founded In Their Own League as a way to promote female filmmakers and give a platform for underrepresented voices in film criticism. When she's not watching or writing about film, she enjoys meditating, reading, spending time in nature and baking. You can follow her on Twitter at @thefilmb

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