The latest issue of the world’s only print film magazine for young film fans – that’s also written by them – is here.
Now on sale and on its way back from the printers is issue nine of Film Junior magazine. It’s a very slight name change, you might note, but
If you’re new to the publication, it’s a 52 page print magazine aimed at younger film fans (around 7 to 14 years old), and it’s also mainly written by them too. The young writers come up with the majority of the ideas, the words are theirs, and they’re paid (in vouchers, that we pay for) for their work.
We sell this magazine via subscription and mail order. We’re going to have news on the digital version shortly.
If there’s a young film fan in your life you want to give the gift of reading and the movies to, then our gift pack includes a welcome letter, the new issue, a further surprise back issue from our archives, and the next four editions of the magazine. You can find the offer here.
Here’s the cover of the new issue…
In the latest issue then…
A big interview with the star of Sonic The Hedgehog 2, as he takes us behind the scenes of the movie.
Is The Bad Guys any good?
The Back To The Future musical – is it as good as the film?
Hidden meanings in Studio Ghibli films
Putting Spider-Man films against each other
The search for U certificate films
A big preview of upcoming movies
How to make a film with just two people
Going on a film set: what does a script supervisor do?
And much much more!
The magazine, as we said, is aimed at film fans aged 7-14, and the films covered within it are certificates U, PG and 12A.
You can find our online store here, or buttons to buy the magazine should magically appear below these words.
We’re on the lookout now for writers for our next issue, that’s due in spring 2021. Our email address is junior at filmstories co uk!
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