First Round of Blogathon Responses

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Edit: Unless you have been notified, you were given your first choice. Full lists with blog links will be posted soon.

Wow! We expected a good turnout, but never did we expect such an overwhelming amount of submissions in the first 24 hours. Scratch that, we still have 5.5 hours to go before we get there.

The below titles have been “claimed.” Some were second choices; most were first. There were two that had both topics claimed and they aren’t listed here. We will reach out to those people individually. If you really want to cover your topic and it is already taken, you can do it in a creative way. For example, one person is doing a Kiarostami double feature and one of the films is Close-Up, but another person claimed the film by itself.

Even though participation is amazing, we want it to continue to grow. We want people to see this as an event, not just a Blogathon. Please spread the word. Grab our banners from the announcement post. Post on your blog that you are participating and invite your friends.

Help us make this a blast of an experience!

Please also note the HQ page to see the latest updates. Eventually all titles and blog links will be posted there.

We also LOVE that there are some creative titles where people are looking not only at films, but larger Criterion pieces. One example is Criterion and Animation. Another is Nicolas Roeg, and there are many more like that and probably more coming. Keep these up and you’ll make us really happy.

(My) Top Ten List
3 Silent Classics by Josef von Sternberg
12 Angry Men
A Hard Day’s Night
A Room With A View
A Woman is a Woman
Ali: Fear Eats the Soul
All That Jazz
An Angel at My Table
Arsenic and Old Lace
A Taste of Cherry
A Woman is a Woman
Being John Malkovich
Belle de Jour
Brief Encounter
Carnival of Souls
Christian Faith in Classic European Cinema
Close-Up & Taste Of Cherry – double feature
Collecting Criterion
Criterion and Animation
Early Summer
Elevator To The Gallows
Fiend Without a Face
Fish Tank
Fritz Lang’s M
Green For Danger
Heaven Can Wait
High and Low
In Cold Blood
Island of Lost Souls
Jacques Demy
Jour de Fete
Kiss Me Deadly
La Dolce Vita
La Ronde
Late Spring
Les Miserables
Make Way for Tomorrow
Marketa Lazarova
Master of the House
Ministry of Fear
Mr. Thank You
Mulholland Drive
My Darling Clementine
My Man Godfrey
News from Home
Nicolas Roeg
Pandora’s Box
Paris Texas
Paths of Glory
Pickup on South Street
Pierrot le fou
Pool Sharks (1915) from the WC Fields DVD
Quai des Orfevres
Red River
Ride The Pink Horse
Rules of the Game
Sabu in the Criterion Collection
Safety Last!
Salo, or 120 Days of Sodom
Shock Corridor
Taste of Cherry
That Hamilton Woman
The Apu Trilogy
The Beastie Boys Video Anthology
The Black Stallion
The Brood
The Cranes are Flying
The Freshman
The Furies
The Game
The Indian Ethos in Satyajit Ray’s Apu Trilogy
The Innocents
The Lady Eve
The Last Temptation of Christ
The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
The Lower Depths (Renoir & Kurosawa)
The Most Dangerous Game
The Royal Tenenbaums
The Soft Skin
The Sporting Life/If ….
The Testament of Orpheus
The Third Man
The Tin Drum
The Unbearable Lightness of Being
The Uninvited
Thief of Bagdad Arabian Fantasies
Three Penny Opera
Three Wicked Melodramas
To Be Or Not To Be
Tokyo Story
Two Lane Blacktop
Umberto D
Watership Down
Weekend (2011)
Women in Satyajit Ray’s Cinema
Yi Yi

Posted on August 20, 2015, in Blogathon, Criterions. Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.

  1. Which choice did I get?

  2. Yahoo! Looks like I got my first choice!

  3. I popped in an additional request, which I hope is OK. I love that Watership Down is on their list!

    • I just podcasted Watership Down for @flixwise, so I love that you chose that. You are welcome to submit as many topics as you want. You have three months. 🙂 I know someone who is planning to publish one every day of the ‘thon.

  4. There is quite a long, varied list already! Very much looking forward to writing my own piece, and reading everyone else’s.

    Thanks to Aaron, Kristina, and Ruth for organizing the event.

  5. Was I the person that got Judex?

  6. That Other Critic

    Looks like I was lucky enough to get my first choice! I was worried that 12 Angry Men would be snatched up too quickly for me to get in first!

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