Submissions open for Issue 3 of Filmmakers Without Cameras

  • Open Call
  • Anywhere
  • 31/05/2022
  • Open Call
  • Anywhere
  • 31/05/2022

Website Peregrine Coast Press

Issues 1 and 2 of Filmmakers were a smorgasbord of topics. For Issue 3 we’re changing things up a little: we’ve got a theme.


Tell us about what “home” means to you – how videogames, films, and boardgames portray home; about the spaces in which you play and watch, and the political and cultural homes you occupy within them. Go as wild and off-piste as you want!

The pandemic is causing us to reflect a lot on what home means and our relationship to home as a place, concept or combination of the two. Pieces written about a theme like this may touch on things you’ve experienced throughout the pandemic, but we’re not looking for COVID-19 to be a central theme.

Filmmakers Without Cameras is a film and games magazine made by people who like other things too. We love to hear from people who have other things going on; people who have unique perspectives and people who don’t fit the “gamer” label.

While our main output is non-fiction and thoughtful critique of film, videogames, and board games, we’re also keen to expand into fiction (prose or poetry), visual arts, photography, and illustration

Key bits:

We pay £100 per piece or 10p per word, whichever is higher.

Submissions should be between 750 and 1250 words.

Submissions due on the 31st of May. We accept pitches and finished pieces!  eryk@peregrinecoast.store

And if you want to be notified when Issue 3 goes live, or if you want to order the previous issues of Filmmakers Without Cameras you can head to the Peregrine Coast Press website here:

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