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MovieMaker Magazine, 2265 Westwood Blvd., Suite 479, Los Angeles, CA 90064. P(310)234-9234. Email Website Jennifer M. Wood, Managing Editor. 65% freelance. “MovieMaker Magazine is the world’s most widely-read magazine on the art and business of making movies. Founded in 1993, the publication has a worldwide circulation of 50,000 and its website,, is one of the most popular film sites on the Web. MovieMaker’s content is directed at the audience as well as the artist, and its mix of in-depth criticism, do-it-yourself moviemaking and behind-the-scenes looks at talented actors, directors, cinematographers, producers, screenwriters and editors makes it a perennial favorite with film enthusiasts the world over.” Welcomes new writers. Circ. 50K. Quarterly. Pays on publication. Publishes ms 3 - 4 months after acceptance. Buys exclusive rights. No reprints. Responds 4 - 6 weeks. Sample online under archives. Subscription $15; $26 Canada; $42 overseas. “We have no set guidelines, but readers are encouraged to pick up a copy of the magazine or visit [online] to see the kinds of stories we publish.”
CURRENT NEEDS: “Technical, how-to, celebrity interviews.” Pays flat fee of $75 - $400 (depending on department, placement, etc.). No set word count. Submit queries by email to Jennifer Wood at “If this is your first submissions to MM, please include a resume, cover letter and writing samples.”
HINTS: “We encourage interested writers to take a look at a few past issues of MovieMaker Magazine and keep in mind the scope of our readership, the tone of our magazine and the fact that we are a quarterly publication (so pieces that are timed to a specific week, etc. may not work). With no set guidelines, we encourage creativity in our writers and are not afraid to try new things, but ask that people come in with a knowledge of our readership and targeted audience.”

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