The Pitch Fanzine is a movement founded by Sherry Collins to challenge inequality, discrimination and the lack of diversity in the creative industry, whilst simultaneously showcasing outstanding contemporary talent in its publication Pitch. Pitch issues is Published five times per year, talent such as moving-image directors, photographers, creatives, founders, animators, producers, makers, editors, VXF artists etc, are promoted in Pitch, and the publication is read by creative industry influencers and decision-makers across cool brands including start-ups, communication agencies, production companies, edit suites, post houses, sound studios, hire companies, business intermediaries – as well as at creative communal work-spaces and private members clubs. Readership is circa 10,000+. In 2017, Collins launched the Pitch 100 Superwomen initiative, the yearly list of women working behind the scenes in the creative industry making things happen. Pitch Futures was launched to inspire and educate primary school children about the opportunities available to them in the creative industry. On The Pitch Fanzine website latest stand-out work is also highlighted in the Pitch Loves and Editor’s Picks sections. The Pitch Fanzine is fully-independent and funding is sought and raised from partnerships with brands, creative agencies, production companies, Post and Edit Suites, who share the same ethos and values. If you would like to be part of Pitch please get in touch with Sherry Collins, Founder / Editor at email@example.com Due to high demand for our issues. We offer a small number of copies for sale.