here’s mine….not very deep but very superficial…
found this a while back..an interesting readhttp://www.imagesjournal.com
Mine is only a couple months old, but growing. Since it’s a one-man show, I can’t cover everything, but am hoping my enthusiasm and writing style might make up for it over the long run.
aka Cinematic Cteve
I’m not the greatest writer or anything but I wanted to get my thoughts out somehow so I just created one today and I hope you guys check it out and enjoy.
Did a search and this seemed to be the most recent thread to plug your blog in.
Most recent review is for 500 Days of Summer.
Shamelessly plugging my blog. Anyone else here on tumblr? I’m looking for more people to follow since my feed is pretty slow and empty.
I’m also a big fan of Art of the Title Sequence. Keep up the great work!
Here’s mine: thisisquietcool.blogspot.com
I, like others in this thread, have only been blogging a few months, so it’s still experimental. I’d love people’s opinions, as well. I’ve also had a blast checking out other blogs on this thread. Quite a diversity.
Echoing a few people, Art of the Title Sequence is an awesome blog – so awesome to see the creator on The Auteurs.
So now I’m gonna shamelessly plug my own film blog: http://filmvisuality.blogspot.com
The unspoken cinema blog. It’s a blog that deals with “Contemporary Contemplative Cinema (C.C.C.): the kind that rejects conventional narration to develop almost essentially through minimalistic visual language and atmosphere alone, without the help of music, dialogue, melodrama, action-montage, and the star system.” —If that’s your cup of tea.
And if it is, let’s talk about it. <’,))(
I really like WISE KWAI’s blog about Thai culture and cinema
What about Lauren Bray’s the Life Cinematic (http://thelifecinematic.com/) ?
I like your’s, Filmy Andy. Nice and simple and personal. Makes me want to start one.
Here’s a recent piece regarding the phenomenon of blockbusters borrowing from comic book narratives. I thought this was interesting.
@Maria re: Tumblr:
Not a film blog, but a filmmaker’s blog:
Girish Shambu’s blog is usually excellent.
I also keep up with Jonathan Rosenbaum’s
and Michael Atkinson’s
Flickchart.com now has a blog with a podcast and my weekly column. I think we’re going to add more features soon, but we’d love to get word on how we’re doing from you all.
Who here tumbls? Let’s tumbl!
I really want to follow more film blogs on tumblr from the likes of folks on this site.
Here’s my tumblr – CINEASTA NOTEBOOK
Hooray for self promotion! I have an illustrated Criterion blog here:
I’m also in love with this design process blog from a guy who does a lot of Criterion DVDs. It’s fascinating to see all the different versions that lead up to a DVD cover:
Oh wow. Great stuff. Thanks for sharing!
my tumblr. It’s more of a way to keep track of what I watch, less of me reviewing them. Those opinions often change later.
http://www.cinemaorama.com (In Portuguese)
yes, it’s a haneke reference.
i’m just starting, but i think it shows promise.
just started a tumblr blog today
mostly for me to keep track of what i watch
w/ a salient bit of info or two attached – format, location, etc
no, not there
i like its specificity.
my site (its new) 4th Avenue Cafe