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An Update on “En Pointe: The Ballet Blogathon”

A quick update about “En Pointe: The Ballet Blogathon.” Because of the wonderful responses, my co-host Michaela and I have decided to expand the blogathon one extra day. That way everyone will have more time to post if they have multiple entries or to read every else’s posts.

New Dates: August 4th, 5th, and 6th

The roster of films so far is very exciting and has made me realize there are far more movies featuring ballet than I had ever realized. We are looking forward to reading everyone’s contributions!

The homepages for the blogathon can be found at both my blog, here, and at Michaela’s blog, here.

See you then!


Posted by on July 20, 2017 in Movies


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NEW SERIES: News Flash Friday

NEW SERIES: News Flash Friday

What’s happening in the movie world? Cinema Crossroads gives us an update, as well as some wonderful links to articles and videos.

Cinema Crossroads

Thanks to the extremely helpful post  “100 Classic Movie Blog Post Ideas” from Java’s Journey, I’ve decided to start a weekly newsletter. Each Friday I will be sharing some noteworthy movie news and nuggets I found around the web during the week. Here we go:

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–Like it or not, INDIANA JONES 5 is officially happening. Both Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg will return, and the release date is set for July 19, 2019 (for now, at least).

–The trailer for the BEN-HUR remake dropped March 16. The movie stars Jack Huston (grandson of actor-director John Huston) and Morgan Freeman, and hits U.S. theaters August 12. Spoiler alert: there is a ton of CGI.

–Start booking those plane tickets: the long-awaited Charlie Chaplin Museum is set to open April 15 in Switzerland, as reported by The LA Times.

–Attention fans of The Bachelor:…

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Posted by on March 17, 2016 in Movies, Uncategorized


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