JumpCut Online is an award-winning UK based entertainment publication. Since our inception in January 2015, we have always strived to be a platform for enthusiastic writers of any experience to be able to share their thoughts and opinions on all things film, TV, and most recently – video games.
2019 was an absolutely incredible year for our team. Last year alone they covered a number of film festivals for us, including Sundance, Edinburgh, London, Tribeca, Glasgow, FrightFest, Film Fest 919, Cambridge, Nashville, and London Short Films – and we hope to continue and expand our festival coverage.
We were also incredibly lucky to interview some ridiculously talented people last year, including Oscar nominees Terence Blanchard (composer, BlackKklansman), Lukasz Zal (cinematographer, Cold War), Robbie Ryan (cinematographer, The Favourite), and Fiona Crombie (production designer, The Favourite). We’ve also had the pleasure of interviewing Christopher McQuarrie (director, Mission: Impossible – Fallout), Melina Jeurgens (motion capture actress, Hellblade), Millie Shapiro (actress, Hereditary), and Issa Lopez (director/writer, Tigers Are Not Afraid) to name just a few!
JumpCut Online strives to provide a vast and varying database of film, television, and video game reviews. JumpCut prioritises diversity, working with a team of writers from far and wide, showcasing a varied palette of cinema.
It is apparent that disabled experiences and stories are underrepresented in the film and television industry and within film criticism. Despite calls for diversity and inclusivity within this industry, disabled and Deaf people are often sidelined. By improving the accessibility of our platform, we hope to create an inclusive space where all marginalised communities can share their stories and opinions. As of June 2020 we have taken steps to make our website and social platforms more accessible for disabled writers and audiences, specifically blind and/or Deaf individuals.
Not only are we driven to create interesting and exciting content for our audience, but last year we also launched the JumpCut Charity Initiative as a means to give a little something back to selected charities. In 2019 we collectively raised £3,272.95 for charities of our team’s choosing, and in June 2020 we raised £3,305 which was split between Black Lives Matter and The Trussell Trust.
Pitch to us!
We are not currently accepting pitches!
Thanks to the support of our Patrons, we are currently in a position to commission a handful of articles each month. Our current rate is £20 a feature (or $/€ equivalent).
- Word count is dependent on each individual piece, but we aim between 800 – 1,200 words.
- Features must be written in third person, unless otherwise decided by the writer and our Editorial Manager.
- Tip: Try to maintain an analytic tone, with description kept to a minimum
- Tip: Because of our budget, we like to look a couple months ahead at a time, so it might be a good idea to pitch us something we could commission & publish a month or two down the line.
To pitch, please contact our Editorial Manager, Chris Murphy, using the following email address: email@example.com
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Support our writers
Since our creation, JumpCut have been lucky enough to have published the brilliant work of lots of different writers from across the globe. We kicked off 2020 by launching our Patreon page as a source of income for the site so that was could begin paying writers for their work.
As our Patreon page continues to grow, we continuously look for ways to reward our subscribers and are always open to suggestions and feedback!
You can check out our Patreon page and tiers here – which start from as little as £3 a month.
You can meet our current Patrons on our dedicated Patrons page
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