Quick Overview & Submission Opportunities
Join the magazine with a mission! The Craft, The Business, The Reel Life adventures in grassroots moviemaking… Starting with a bimonthly print Magazine which includes extensive indie Production Slate listings (listing form on the website), articles on the latest techniques, tips and success stories for producing and distributing indie projects, reports from festivals & other industry happenings.
Listings of Industry Organizations, a Calendar of Events & Festivals in each issue (also on the website), Continuing education opportunities through Indie-U, and more. We encourage your article queries or submissions, especially if you have a “Reel Life” adventure in moviemaking or distribution….check out the Writer’s Guidelines. Coming—Indie Trailers, watch for details.
Clickable Details follow:
- Our Catalog section for Small Ads for individuals, Indie Merchandise & Workshops
- For Industry/Movie Promotion Ads
- Info on Production Slate listing
- Sub info for Indie Slate Magazine — Print Edition
Gain wider exposure for your project, (many get contact from development companies and suppliers) and cast a wider net for cast & crew, beyond those you personally know. List your upcoming feature, documentary, short (please, no student shorts), television production, etc. for free*. Click for a Production Listing Form and instructions. Since all who contact you are aware of your “indie” status, they are decidedly “indie friendly.”
You’ll list a project either In Development (usually with no firm date set), In Preproduction (usually with date set), In Production (currently in production) or Wrapped (completed/in post). For Wrapped, please indicate lab and/or other facilities used, where post is occuring, whether distribution received or sought, etc. *Note: if you have not previously listed the project prior to Wrapping, there is a $39 charge for the promotional listing (if paying for a Wrapped listing, you may indicate if finishing funds or distribution are sought.)
You’ll have to buy a copy of the mag to check out all the Production Slate listings, recently averaging over 100 each issue, many with cast & crew calls!