Cinephilia & Beyond is a website completely dedicated to the art and craft of filmmaking. By shedding light on the process of creating films that are now considered classic examples of highly accomplished filmmaking, we offer education, insight and analysis aimed to please and inspire both experienced, well-informed film lovers and young filmmakers and students on the start of their professional journey. The website is run by two editors who dedicate a lot of their time to producing material C&B’s audience might enjoy absorbing.
In order for C&B to continue running and for us to try even harder to build an inspirational and educational haven of passionate cinema appreciation, we ask each and every film(making)-related company to consider sponsoring our content. We’ve reached a breaking point, and only by working with you will be able to grow and develop further.
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Cinephilia & Beyond’s readership is comprised of people from all walks of life that share a passion for the art and craft of filmmaking, but most of our audience comes from industry leaders, film students, journalists and professionals from within the filmmaking business, such as cinematographers, screenwriters, photographers, directors and producers. They are creative, tech-savvy, well-connected through social media and hungry for information. We’d describe our readers as motivated, ambitious and passionate individuals with a curious mind and an impulse to learn, expand their knowledge and grow professionally.
We’re endlessly grateful and humbled to the likes of Guillermo del Toro, Ava DuVernay, William Friedkin, Pam Grier, Judd Apatow, Laura Jennings, James Mangold, Christopher McQuarrie, Anna Biller, Edgar Wright, Reed Morano, Richard LaGravenese, M. Night Shyamalan, Christopher Doyle, Andie MacDowell, Ben Wheatley, Phil Lord, Sam Neill, Meg LeFauve, Lee Unkrich, Andrew Stanton, Anthony Bourdain, Alice Lowe, Thierry Frémaux, Pierre Lescure, Gilles Jacob, Nicolas Saada, Dominique Farrugia, Mathieu Kassovitz, Jennifer Todd, Frederick Wiseman, Morris Bright, Cameron Crowe, Josh Boone, Jennifer Morrison, Franklin Leonard, Taika Waititi, Chaz Ebert, Roger Corman, Hideo Kojima, Cameron Bailey, Mark Bristol, Matt Reeves, Santiago Segura, Neil Marshall, Cyrus Nowrasteh, Joshua and Ben Safdie, Lexi Alexander, Zoe Cassavetes, Brian Koppelman, Richard Ayoade, Clint Mansell, Sean Baker, Peter Gould, Peter Serafinowicz, Josh Olson, Chelsea Barnard, Anna Waterhouse, Alix Bénézech, Chris McKay, Michelle Satter, Eric Heisserer, Oliver Stone, Robert Evans, Mike Medavoy, Iain Smith, Kevin Feige, Dalibor Matanić, Richard Brody, Matt Zoller Seitz, Bilge Ebiri, Nev Pierce, Quentin Tarantino’s New Beverly Cinema, David Lynch Foundation, Turner Classic Movies, The Estate of Orson Welles, The Humphrey Bogart Estate, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Sundance Institute, The American Film Institute, The Film Society of Lincoln Center, The British Film Institute, La Cinématheque, Cahiers du Cinéma, European Film Academy and many others.
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