* Your emails address or any other personal infomation is ever harvested by 25thframe.co.uk for marketing purposes and will only be used for reply to queries.
There is always a need for staff writers, designers and developers, if you love movies and are interested in collaborating with 25thframe.co.uk in any capacity use the form on the left of this page.
25thframe.co.uk had humble beginnings, it all started in 2004 by a guy who simply loved movies.
Why 25thFrame? Although a film can run at anything above 16 frames per second to give the illusion of motion it was eventually decided a cinema projector would run at 24 frames per second, when the website was named it was thought 'lets take you beyond the cinema experience' so, take you to the 25th frame.
The aim is to provide an informative website that is not driven purely by advertising and doesnt have a large corporation trying to get your data and your money.
Looking at film websites in the early days of the internet a gap was identified for a movie database that was focused more on the movies themselves and what we all think of them.
The inspiration came from sites like the original late '90's/early 2000's imdb.com (before Amazon bought them basically), boxofficemojo.com (also now owned by Amazon), rottentomatoes.com and boxofficeguru.com, there is a drive to give the movie fan a chance to enjoy rich content and contribute themselves, and there is an obsession with movies box office figures!
15 years later and the website is still alive and well and gone through many changes, there is movie news along with weekly reports on the UK, US and combined global box office performance.
The real key to the websites susccess is knowing what you think, hearing your views and striking up debates about movies, good and bad!
25thframe key personelle:
Robert is the founder of 25thframe.co.uk and is incredibly proud of how far the website has come from its original idea.
He has worked as a web developer for the likes of Amazon.com and eBay.com and as a proffesional website designer/developer can deliver whatever funstionality is needed to give out customers the best experience.
He has a film studies qualification and has been passionate about movies for most of his life, even having worked for Ritz Video Film Hire and Blockbuster Video for many years.
He loves to write film reviews although doesn't have as much time as he'd like to do it these days.
He is currently living in America as the sites American correspondent.Favourite film: Pulp Fiction
Our design guru Simon has worked for many big agencies and internet companies but currently fulfils all our design needs and shares site development with Robert.He loves going to the cinema and is especially keen on sci-fi movies, his most recent favourite movie was Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker, opinions have split the office! Favourite film: Star Wars
A professional writer by trade and has a degree to show her passion for it. She has worked at many of the biggest internet companies in theor content teams and currently works as a professional writer and wordsmith.Favourite film: A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood
Newest member of the team and maybe the most passionate, she has had a few jobs in the internet industry and worked at a software developer previously writing help manuals but she loves writing and is very organised so we're willing to give her a try!
She is based in the UK and now acts as our UK correspondant.Favourite Film: The Invisible Man