From June 26th to June 28th, 2015, what seems like an absolutely A-mazing blogathon will be hosted by Movie Silently, Silver Screenings and Once Upon a Screen: The Classic Movie History Project. Of course, The Wonderful World of Cinema is all set for the occasion.
This blogathon is the occasion for us to dive into cinema’s history. Movie Silently will host the years 1880 to 1929, Once Upon a Screen will cover the years 1930 to 1952, and Silver Screening will take care of 1953 to 1975. Each year ranges have been divided into smaller sections. Each participating blog has to choose a section and a subject to write about for the blogathon.
On my side, I chose the following section: 1963-1967: Mod’s the word: And then things started to swing and I will write about “1967: An Important Turning Point in Films”. 1967 is my favourite year in films. There are so many marvelous movies we can discuss: In the Heat of the Night, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?, The Graduate, Bonnie & Clyde, Cool Hand Luke, The Young Girls of Rochefort, and more. What a fun time I’ll have to write about this great year!
If you wish to participate in this blogathon or have more information about it, I invite you to click on the following link: The Classic Movie History Project Blogathon.