I’m excited. Boy, am I excited! Just a few days remain until the Classic Movie History Project Blogathon gets underway.
My co-hosts are Ruth of Silver Screenings and Aurora of Once Upon a Screen and our sponsor is the wonderful Flicker Alley, which is supporting the event in honor of its release of 3-D Rarities (did you know it is the centenary of 3D film?) and Dziga Vertov: The Man with the Movie Camera and Other Newly-Restored Works. There is also a giveaway for the 3D release (you don’t need a special TV or anything to enjoy it) so be sure to check that out as well.
The full roster is here. (I am updating it as I type.)
Here are some friendly reminders to all our participants:
Please inform the hostess you “belong” to that you have posted and provide the URL.
Please link to the event page for the era you are covering. I’m the silent era, Aurora is the Golden Age and Ruth is modern.
Flicker Alley is helping spread the word about the event and is basically acting as a forth host so please link to them as well, if possible.
If there are any issues with the links or any other concerns, please contact one of us.
Feel free to contact Ruth, Aurora or myself if you have any questions. We don’t bite. Well, not often.