Tone Glow Launches New Film Review Section


Still from 21,3°C (Helena Wittmann, 2014)


Starting today, Tone Glow is dedicating a section of its site to film reviews. Readers can expect coverage to be limited to contemporary films that are not receiving wide release and are primarily viewed at festivals around the world. Given the homogenization of film coverage across major publications, Tone Glow finds it beneficial to devote writing towards these lesser known films. Three film reviews have been published today: Johann Lurf's , Helena Wittmann’s Drift, and Aminatou Echard's Jamila. Extensive coverage of the 52nd Chicago International Film Festival will also appear soon.

Those who are interested in reviewing films for the site can contact Tone Glow at Please send examples of your writing in the email. Those who are accepted will be given access to screeners for films they are interested in reviewing. You will get paid per review.