Great news! I am giving away five paperback copies of How To Film Moving Pictures in the 1910’s so read on to find out how you can enter to win one of these copies!
I have goodies! Well, one goodie but it’s a pretty good goodie. A copy of Southern Belle To Hollywood Hell: Corliss Palmer and Her Scandalous Rise and Fall by Jennifer Ann Redmond and it can be yours!
You came, you saw, you voted and now it’s time to unveil the winners! (Spoiler: It was a complete and utter slaughter!)
FIIIIIIIIIIGHT!!!! Many, many silent films have been remade as talkies so which is better? The original or the remake? I made a little survey with six stories and twelve movies. Your task: choose which you like better, the silent or the talkie.
It’s the last day of the Springtime Silent Movie Challenge and I am sharing what I watched! I indulged myself utterly by filling my viewing list with pictures from France and Britain but there are some other lovely tidbits to be found as well.
This spring, I challenged myself and my readers to watch more silent films from the pre-feature era. We’re coming to the finish line, summer is on the horizon and I want to know how you are doing with the challenge.
It’s time to announce the winners of my Douglas Fairbanks Bluray Giveaway sponsored by Kino Lorber!
Douglas Fairbanks is one of the most beloved stars of the silent screen and he’s getting a brand new double feature release in HD. Even better, you can win a copy!
What’s better than a silent movie? A free silent movie! That’s right, I have Blurays to give away and both feature the glorious Gloria Swanson!
While the silent era lasted for over three decades, it is the 1920s that seems to define the art of mute cinema. People who don’t know any better even type things like “1920s silent movie” without thinking twice.
Today is the last day of the Swashathon and there are still new posts coming in. I have been updating the roster since Friday, so be sure to check it out and enjoy all the swashbuckling goodness!
The Swashathon is here at last! Bloggers from all around the web will be submitting posts on glorious adventure films from all around the world. Check back often over the next four days as I will be updating this post as participants complete their submissions.
The Swashathon launches this coming Friday! I am very much looking forward to reading everyone’s posts and so I thought I would publish a few reminders for everyone’s convenience.
A few weeks back, I invited my readers to cook along with me and I was even able to offer prizes thanks so generous backers. Well, it’s time to announce the winners and share some recipe pictures!
I’m very excited! It’s time to bring back my favorite blogathon of all time, a celebration of clashing swords, wooden ships, iron men and women, etc. What am I talking about? The Swashathon!
I have been having so much fun with my vintage movie star recipes that I have decided it’s time to share that fun with my readers. Let’s cook something together!
It’s here at last! Some wonderful participants are going to join me in celebrating women directors from the dawn of cinema to 1970! Do join us on this tour of this forgotten realm of film history.
After a hiatus from blogathon hosting, I am back and rarin’ to go! I was thrilled and honored when Flicker Alley invited me to host an event in celebration of their new Early Women Filmmakers box set (it will be released May 9, 2017) and I’m sure you’ll be just as excited.
What’s better than a Buster Keaton Bluray? A free Buster Keaton Bluray! That’s right, the good people at Kino Lorber have provided two Buster Keaton Bluray sets for me to give away to my readers!
I promised to deliver this before the new year and I did! Okay, so it was down to the wire but it’s here at last!
If you’re like me, you were pretty excited when Flicker Alley announced that they would be releasing Children of Divorce (1927), which stars Clara Bow and Gary Cooper. Well, it gets even better! How would you like to win a copy?
Welcome to the day four recap of the Classic Movie History Project. You can catch up on previous recaps here. Enjoy!
It’s here at last! The geekiest blogathon that ever was! The Classic Movie History Project has arrived at last.
Welcome to the happiest blogathon of the year! Participants are going to be sharing their favorite happy films, recipes and movie memories. Pull up a chair and stay a while! I will be updating this post throughout the event.
The Silent Star Sandwich Contest has been fun but it’s time to announce the winner.
You may have noticed that I have been out of the blogathon business for a while. Well, I’m baaaaaack!
I don’t know about you kids but I am starving? And why is that? I have been reading recipes for the past couple of weeks!
Whew! What a great event! A huge thanks to everyone who took part in the Backstage Blogathon, from the wonderful participants to the loyal readers. An especially huge thanks to my co-hostess, Janet of Sister Celluloid. And another big thanks to the unsung blogathon heroes: readers who left encouraging comments or helped promote other participants’ posts on social media. I’m sure all the participants greatly appreciated your generosity.
Welcome to the third day of our celebration of movies about the behind-the-scenes goings on of the entertainment industry. We have had posts about radio, television, dancing, singing and theatrical performances.