Thanks so much everybody! You made it another great event!
It was an awesome #OCanada party!
Thank you for sharing your insights and your research, as well as your interest in Canadian filmmakers.
We learned a lot from you. You explored all eras and genres – from the silents to recent releases, and from comedy to horror.
We’re throwing another bash next February, and we hope to see you then.
In the meantime, here a few final, but fabulous, entries.
The Movie Rat Brendan Meyer, Part Three
(In Search of Other Dimensions)
The Wonderful World of Cinema
Discovering Paul Dupuis
More great contributions on this final day of the #OCanada Blogathon! Please check out all this fine work spotlighting Canadian entertainers and their work.
Bloggers: don’t worry if we didn’t include your post here, we’ll make sure to include you in tomorrow’s wrap-up post. Now enjoy today’s writing:
This has been a great weekend of Canadiana! Come back tomorrow for the wrap post, hosted over at Ruth’s Silver Screenings.
It’s cold and snowy here in our part of Canada, but we’re staying warm with today’s fabulous contributions to the #OCanada Blogathon.
Bloggers: If we didn’t include your post today, we’ll be sure to add it to tomorrow’s Day 3 recap, hosted by Kristina at Speakeasy.
Be sure to check out these wonderful tributes to the Great White North.
Speakeasy The North-West Mounted Police in The Canadians (1961)
Realweegiemidget Reviews Rachel McAdams in About Time (2013)
Love Letters to Old Hollywood Jack Carson in Romance on the High Seas (1948)
A Shroud of Thoughts Atom Egoyan’s The Sweet Hereafter (1997)
Charlene’s (Mostly) Classic Movie Reviews
Gordon Pinsent’s John and the Missus (1987)
Caftan Woman How to play “Spot Joe Sawyer”
Noirish Joel Gauthier’s Rédemption (2013)
The Flapper Dame The colour film noir Niagara (1953)
Voyages Extraordinaires The Canadian Mountie on film
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We can hardly wait for the O Canada Blogathon! Image: giphy.com
Winter’s hottest blogathon is almost here! The O Canada Blogathon (February 3-5) celebrates Canada’s remarkable contributions to film.
It’s not too late to join in the fun! Click HERE for blogathon details and topic suggestions. Although we’re not posting a schedule, we will post a recap each evening. So join us any day you like!
Just a reminder about our “rules”:
- No duplicate topics, please, but if a person is being profiled as a bio you can still cover a specific movie by them.
- We encourage classic movies, but certainly won’t exclude modern era or TV series.
- post any day during the blogathon.
- help promote the event via #OCanadaBlogathon.
Your co-hosts are:
Click HERE for the list of the participants.
We look forward to celebrating films made in, by or about the Great White North!