REELculture started from a love of all things film, music and art. We wanted to create an unpretentious space where we could celebrate anything from new bands to old films to cool venues and exciting new artists. On top of that, we wanted to be able to write reviews and share our honest opinions without falling into cliches (we have a personal ban on the words ‘urgent’ and ‘necessary’).
And so, our little online magazine was born. We will write about new films, old films, up and coming bands and established stars, about poetry nights and exhibitions. With something new to read about different art forms and insights into parts of the art industry we normally don’t hear about.
Being the film-obsessed person she is, Chloe moved from The Netherlands to London to pursue a career in this industry. While studying film at university, she felt she could use her free time sharing the things she learned with other people. This is where the idea of ReelCulture. first started. After months of debating, she finally co-founded an online magazine completely dedicated to film, music and any form of art: written by fans of art for fans of art.
Having grown up surrounded by music and being dragged to gigs by her enthusiastic parents from a very young age Eve’s love of music has only grown with age and she prides herself in trying to keep up to date with the newest sounds. Since becoming a history student her enthusiasm for writing has only grown and so ReelCulture was a massively exciting opportunity for her to talk about the stuff she loves further.
Any suggestions, comments or feedback can always be sent to us on the CONTACT page. We are always looking for young students to write for us: just send us some of your work through firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as possible!