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Announcing the Food in Film Blogathon

Originally posted on Speakeasy:
The honor of your presence is requested at The Food in Film Blogathon, November 3-5, 2017, for a multi-course, piquant, lickerous and decadent potluck celebration of food in the movies. Bring to the table your take on movie chefs or wannabes, big events at eateries, memorable meals or messes, greasy spoons,…

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Movie Scientist Blogathon: Day 3 Recap – The Lonely

Today’s Movie Scientist posts look at the lonely, often isolated nature of scientific work. The movies below examine movie scientists who work alone, or as part of a small, secluded team. Thanks to all of you for your research, observations and hard work over these past three days. We were so impressed by your selection… Continue reading Movie Scientist Blogathon: Day 3 Recap – The Lonely

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Movie Scientist Blogathon: Day 2 Recap – The Mad!

Originally posted on Christina Wehner:
Another wonderful day of science! A good day to be mad. There are even some bonus good scientist! ? Movies Silently explores the awesomely titled The Inventor Crazybrains and His Wonderful Airship I Found It at the Movies highlights the mad Professor Foot who’s after the Beatles in Help! Taking Up Room gives us…

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Movie Scientist Blogathon: Day 1 Recap – The Good

Originally posted on Christina Wehner:
It’s been a good day. Mad scientists may get all the press, but today it’s been all about the good scientists, who have more than held their own. If you don’t see your post on this recap, we will be sure to include it in tomorrow’s. Without further ado, I…

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#MovieScientist Blogathon Starts Friday!

The biggest movie scientist blogging bash of the year starts this Friday! We can’t wait to read your observations of the portrayal of scientists in film. The blogathon runs this weekend, September 8-10. Remember, each day will be dedicated to a different subset of movie scientists: Friday the 8th = Good Scientists Saturday the 9th… Continue reading #MovieScientist Blogathon Starts Friday!

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Reel Infatuation Blogathon 2017-Day 3

Originally posted on Font and Frock:
Another Reel Infatuation Blogathon has come and gone! The sharing of fictional crushes was, as always, almost too much fun. Thanks to all of the readers and bloggers who joined us this year. See you next time! Before you go, please check out these awesome entries from Day 3!…

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Reel Infatuation Blogathon 2017 – Day 2

It’s been a fabulous Day 2 here at the Reel Infatuation Blogathon! We’ve been swooning all day. Bloggers: Font and Frock will be hosting Day 3 tomorrow, so if you post after this tonight’s recap, we’ll be sure to include you on Sunday. Enjoy today’s entries! ♥ Font and Frock Carl Kolchak (Darren McGavin) in… Continue reading Reel Infatuation Blogathon 2017 – Day 2

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Reel Infatuation Blogathon 2017 – Day 1

What a beautiful day it’s been! It’s a pleasure to read bloggers’ secret (and not-so-secret) character crushes. In a world where it’s easy to get caught up deriding folks, it’s refreshing to spend the day extolling the wonderful qualities of others. Bloggers: If we missed your post today, fear not – we shall include you… Continue reading Reel Infatuation Blogathon 2017 – Day 1

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Reel Infatuation Blogathon Starts Friday!

Whee! The Reel Infatuation Blogathon will be here in a few days! This is a blogathon where we dish about our secret (or not-so-secret) film or book character crushes – past or present. Click HERE for the original announcement and list of participants. If you, like us, are having trouble picking one fictional character, you… Continue reading Reel Infatuation Blogathon Starts Friday!

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Great Scott!! The “Movie Scientist Blogathon” is Back!

Originally posted on Christina Wehner:
The “Movie Scientist Blogathon: The Good, the Mad, the Lonely” is back for 2017! I am so excited to be co-hosting this event with Ruth at Silver Screenings. The blogathon is about movie scientists. The good scientists, the mad scientists, and the lonely scientists. The idea originated from a discussion between…