Cinerama Film Online is a 'non for profit' website, meaning our only income comes from your donations, as valued readers. Alongside this we also work with Amazon in providing links to their online store, with a small percentage of any purchase coming back into the website. Any revenue generated goes straight back into keeping the website live and fresh for you. And while we may work closely with studios and distributors, we maintain our independence at all times, while also rejecting the use of 'instrusive advertising' content on our site.

Cinerama Film began its life in February 2019, aimed at bringing a fresh online presence to film reviews and media. Since its launch Cinerama Film Online has continued to increase its global audience month on month. Bringing its unique mix of cinema old and new to readers, alongside impartial, balanced and fair reviews.


Cinerama Film Online proudly supports the amazing diversity of films in our world. Our mission clear; in bringing you a mosaic of releases, interviews and articles that celebrate film, creativity and diversity. While at the same time our commitment to LGBTQ+ media and independent film reigns supreme. With our film choices carefully selected to ensure readers discover new movies and new stories from around the globe, while also revisiting old classics. Meanwhile, our festival coverage proudly includes BFI London Film Festival, BFI Flare and FrightFest. While also bringing you documentaries and movies from a range of other national and international events.    


The Team

Founder and editor of Cinerama Film Online, Neil Baker, launched the website in 2019 as a film blog. His mission the sharing of his love of film; one born from childhood. Where he would sit every weekend at his local cinema, eagerly watching the latest movie releases. Ever since then film has always played a substantial part in Neil’s life from writing reviews to attending festivals, while at the same time his main career focused on diversity, inclusion and LGBTQ equality work. 
Joining Cinerama Film Online in 2020 Agnes Sajti has a masters degree in Film Studies from Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest. Agnes is especially interested in the Classical Hollywood era, Pre-Code films and film noirs, with her writing for Cinerama focusing on these areas of filmmaking monthly.
Do you love film as much as we do? Then why not join the team? More details below

Our Star Ratings Explained

Outstanding, innovative and unique, an unmissable movie experience

Very good, engaging and fresh in vision, scope and performances. Highly recommended.

Good and enjoyable, but lacking the spark needed to elevate it beyond similar movies in the same genre

Dissapointing and lacklustre in vision and scope, with a mix of both poor and good elements.

Poor and tedious, with little to recommend

Cinerama Film Online does not use half star ratings, and encourages all readers to engage with the full review before drawing their own conclusions  

We aim to bring you film reviews that reflect the global diversity of film. From blockbusters to independent film, our reviews aim to inform and create discussion. We believe that star ratings are merely a guide, with our reviews allowing the reader to make up their own mind. After all film is for everyone, and everyone has different view on what they watch. Likewise you will never find lazy and damaging click bate criticism of films on our site. All films no matter of our individual opinion carry worth and meaning to others. And while we may offer structured and fair criticism, we will always balance this with importance of allowing the reader to make up their own mind.
We believe in bringing you thought provoking, fun and informative interviews with directors, actors, writers and producers. Enabling you to get closer to the film’s and TV shows we cover, while gaining a vaulable insight into the creative process. Our ‘In Conversation’ articles celebrate the role of those who work tirelessly to bring new stories to life on both the big and small screen.  
We are passionate about LGBTQ+ cinema and TV. Supporting the unique perspectives and stories that LGBTQ culture and experience brings us. While celebrating the role LGBTQ film plays in cinematic art. Our site will always endeavour to bring you the best in LGBTQ+ film and TV while working in partnership with film distributors who share our passion.   
Every week we bring you a top pick from the latest realeases, classics or streaming. Each one achieving a four or five star rating on the site. 
We believe in bringing you the latest film releases from the BFI London Film Festival, BFI Flare, Sheffield Doc Fest, FrightFest and more. Alongside the latest Q&A’s and advance screenings, keeping you one step ahead of all the latest and greatest film releases.
We are passionate about the history of film, bringing you retrospective articles on films that continue to fascinate and entice new audiences. Meanwhile our curated lists of essential films help you further explore the history and power of film. 
Film incorporates a wide range of platforms, and we believe Home Entertainment play an important role in further developing film as an art form while providing accessibility and ease. Therefore, Cinerama Film Online will always bring you the best in Home Entertainment, from traditional TV to Apple, Netflix and Prime.

The Crypt brings you the best horror every month, while, Outstanding delves into LGBTQ+ cinema and tv. Meanwhile, Kids Mix provides four great junior film choices every quarter, ensuring our young film fans are never left out. And finally, our Curated Collections delve into the vaults of cinema past and present to bring you handpicked collections of truly unmissable films.

Work with us

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Do you love film as much as we do? If the answer to that question is yes, we would love to hear from you.

We are looking for aspiring new writers who want to share their talent with our Cinerama Film audience. Maybe your passion resides in film reviews, retrospective explorations, top-rated TV, or LGBTQ cinema. Or maybe you love all aspects of film and TV, whichever applies, we are looking for people aged 18+ who can write engaging and passionate articles. Using their flair and style in bringing our readers new movies, old classics and independent films from around the globe. 
We can’t pay you, but we can provide you with a platform for your talent. Allowing you to build a high profile portfolio of work in film journalism. So if you feel you have the spark and enthusiasm to join us, send us a 500 – 800-word review of a film or TV show you love. Please ensure you give your review a snappy title and embed links to IMBD or other sites you may quote. We also advise you to read up on SEO writing tips, to ensure your article meets online publishing standards. 
We will always respond to each review we receive and may ask you to become a contributor to the continued growth of Cinerama Film. Including attending film festivals as press on our behalf. 


*Please note, we will never publish your work without your prior consent. 


So why not be a part of our journey and get writing. Please submit your work to Neil Baker ( with the title ‘My Article’

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