EMPIRE Empire magazine is a Bauer Consumer Media published magazine, its the biggest selling monthly British film magazine. The first ever issue of empire magazine was out in July 1989 and has been a success ever since. Empire is one of the most famous magazines and also the worlds leading selling magazine, its main rival being Total Film. Empire organises the annual Empire Awards which were sponsored by Jameson. The awards are voted for by readers of the magazine. Available in all major and independent magazine outlets around the world Magazine includes: Movie Reviews Upcoming Movie news DVD & Blu-ray releases and reviews Interviews with stars Film event coverage Quiz
FilmMaker is a quarterly publication magazine covering issues relating to independent film. The magazine was founded in 1992 by Karol Martesko-Fenster, Scott Macaulay and Holly Willis, with a readership of more than 60,000.
The magazine includes:
Financing and distribution information
Technical and production updates
25 New Faces of Independent Film – Each Filmmaker publishes a list of independent film emerging talent. The list contains directors, producers, actors and animators
Magazine is available in:
Barnes & Noble
And other US and Canadian retailers. The magazine was available in the UK but not since 2009.
Total Film is a British film magazine launched in 1997, its published every four weeks. It‘s one of the largest circulation English-speaking film magazines in the world. Inside the magazine includes: Dialogue - The section contains readers' letters, emails and feedback from the magazine's social media followers (Forum’s, Facebook and Twitter). Buzz - The news section, providing details on upcoming films, includes first look photos, on-set visits and exclusive "sneak peeks". Agenda - previews more eclectic and less mainstream releases and players. Screen - The main cinema reviews section, Lounge - including reviews of the latest DVDs and Blu-rays, as well as Games, CD Soundtracks and movie-related books. The Total Film Quiz Total Film Available in all major and independent magazine outlets including: WHSmith HMV All major superstores
Sight & Sound is a British monthly film magazine published by the British Film Institute (BFI) Sight & sound was first published in 1932 Originally published quarterly until the early 1990s Sight & Sound has a more highbrow reputation than other film magazines. The magazine reviews all film releases each month, including independent film releases rather than the mainstream focus. Sight and Sound features a full cast and crew credit list for each reviewed film. Sight & Sound asks groups of international film professionals to vote for their greatest film of all time every decade. Sight & Sound
Little White Lies is a bi-monthly independent movie magazine “to get under the skin of cinema”. The first issue was released in February 2005 and only distributed in UK Borders stores.
Little whit lies goes beyond the big screen, exploring the world of music, art, politics and pop culture. Each issue of Little White Lies is themed around a single cover film. The Magazine covers have ranged from small independent films to blockbuster releases like:
This Is England
Man on Wire
The magazine is split into six chapters:
- Little White Lies distributes to over 500 outlets in the UK, including WHSmith, HMV and Fopp. Little White Lies
Vertigo Magazine was established in 1993 for the promotion and discuss independent film and cinema culture. The company has built up its activities on reinvesting an extensive film resource. The Vertigos Library’s collection consists of over 14,000 titles specialises in early cinema, classics, world cinema, documentaries, experimental films, video art and independent films. The Vertigo magazine is now represented by the Close-Ups website who now represents the Vertigo magazine. “ Close-Up aims to make film culture and history accessible through its video library, film screenings and the online publication of Vertigo Magazine” Vertigo
Available to buy in stores including HMV and WHSmith Gorezone Magazine is an internationally-distributed UK film magazine specializing in the genre of horror, but also covering thrillers, SF, and the supernatural, since 2005. Gorezone Magazine