Introducing The Weekly Edition: The Best of Film School Rejects Right In Your Inbox


We’ve been promoting a very mysterious new feature called The Weekly Edition for a few weeks now on the site. You may have noticed the red “Sign Up Now!” boxes on the homepage and articles. Some of you have even signed up, sight-unseen, to something that up until today didn’t really exist. Thanks. Now it’s time for your reward.

Starting this evening, email subscribers will receive Issue #1 of The Weekly Edition. It’s packed with all the best editorials, reviews, features and more from the past week. In the future, we’ll use it to launch exclusive contests, present special themes, etc. Basically it’s our way of giving you — our most faithful readers — the best of Film School Rejects right in your inbox.

Interested in signing up? It’s very simple…

You have two choices:

1. Sign up for the general list and receive 1 email per week, The Weekly Edition. This features only our best stuff and is delivered over the weekend.

2. Sign up for the general list and check “Yes” where it asks you if you’d like to receive Daily Digests. These are daily updates that include all of the day’s top stories, delivered on Monday through Friday evenings. You will also receive The Weekly Edition.

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Special note to existing subscribers: Anyone who previously signed up to receive updates via email has been automatically enrolled to receive both Daily Digests and The Weekly Edition. This means you’ll be hearing from us the same amount as before, but it will look prettier.

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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