It’s been a blast!
It’s the last day of the #OCanada Blogathon, and it’s been a thrill to celebrate Canadian films and filmmakers.
Bloggers: If we didn’t include your post today, don’t worry – it will appear in tomorrow’s wrap-up post. Also please note the original announcement post is being updated throughout the blogathon to archive all the recaps and posts.
Enjoy today’s Canadian tributes!
The Movie Rat digs into a Nova Scotia mine, and an unusual friendship, with Pit Pony (1997).
Cinematic Catharsis unearths kid-friendly, stop-motion horror in The Gate (1987).
The Joy and Agony of Movies reviews the only Canadian film to be nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars, Atlantic City (1980).
Film Critique shares the body-modification experience that is David Cronenberg’s Dead Ringers (1988).
Film Shrug pays tribute to prolific Canadian filmmaker Seth Rogen.
Silver Scenes tells us what it took for pioneers to endure a harsh Canadian environment with Mrs. Mike (1949).
Portraits by Jenni appraises Canadian Leslie Nielsen in Forbidden Planet (1956).
Join the lovely Kristina tomorrow at Speakeasy for our blogathon wrap-up!