Where Forgotten Films Dwell

Welcome to this site! It exists for one reason: to preserve the memory of films that have been forgotten about or under-appreciated throughout the ages. Take a seat, read an entry, leave a comment. You might discover your new favorite movie!

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Temporary Hiatus

I've got some bad news, folks. Because of graduate school and my other commitments, I have to put Forgotten Classics of Yesteryear on temporary hiatus. The simple reason is that I have two major papers due in two weeks AND I am working an internship at the DOC NYC Film Festival.

I've been working with DOC NYC for the last month. The festival will be held from November 2-10. Therefore, it's crunch time for the festival organizers. Between DOC NYC and my school work, I simply can't write entries that would be at the quality that I am comfortable with.

However! I have asked some of my blogger friends to do guest entries between now and the end of DOC NYC. The amazing Team Bartilucci from http://doriantb.blogspot.com/ has graciously agreed to do a guest review. If anyone else would like to do a guest review, please leave a comment!

Until November, my friends...

'Til November...

Editor-in-Chief
Nathanael Hood

17 comments:

  1. Well, our loss is the Film Festival's gain. Have a great time, Nathanael!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Thanks, Rachel! Out of curiosity, would you be interested in doing a guest review? I would LOVE to be able to boast your talents on this site!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Good luck with your papers and the Film Festival!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Good luck, Nate! I loved college and used to do a lot of activities in journalism and writing. I envy you those days -- make the most of them. We'll look forward to seeing you back!

    ReplyDelete
  5. By the way, Nate, when exactly do we start our guest-hosting? Has everyone picked a film to cover while you're on hiatus? I've got an idea or two about which movie I'd like to cover, but I want to make sure someone else isn't doing it. Let me know ASAP, won't you? Thanks!

    Also, it was great to finally meet you in person at our delightful lunch at Eisenberg's Sandwich Shop during the NY Comic Con this weekend!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Thanks, Dorian! It was a treat to meet you, Shugie, and Rosemary! Nothing has been decided yet for guest reviews...so feel free to write about whatever you want!

    ReplyDelete
  7. Sounds good, Nate! Just give me a date for when you want my (and others') guest post, so I'll know when to post it here at Forgotten Classics of Yesteryear! For instance, may I correctly assume you'd be OK with me doing my FCoY blog post in the same blogging style and subject matter I always use, or do you want it to be more like your style? Please let us know. Thanks, and good luck with your DOC NYC project!

    ReplyDelete
  8. Your regular format is FINE! And...if it's not too soon...I would really appreciate it if you could email it to me by Saturday or Sunday.

    Thanks!

    ReplyDelete
  9. Nate, funny you should say that, because I'm doing a rough draft of my guest blog for you now, which I expect to finish and post tomorrow. Vinnie also expects to have one to you in another day or two. Looking forward to it!

    ReplyDelete
  10. Nate, one more crucial thing: how do I access your blog? Don't I need a password or something in order to be able to post actual blog posts on your blog? You're gonna have to let me know ASAP. Thanks! :-)

    ReplyDelete
  11. Actually, could you email it to me?

    ReplyDelete
  12. Nate, my friend, I'm delighted to do so, my friend! You'll have it in your hot little hands after lunch! :-) (I promise that lunch won't be at 4:30 p.m. or some such! :-))

    ReplyDelete
  13. Nate, I e-mailed you the material for my guest blog post, AM1200, at this e-mail address at 1:23 p.m. today:

    nch257@nyu.edu

    As of this writing, it's 3 p.m. here in NE PA. Please let me know whether or not you received the blog post and screen grabs. Thanks, and good luck with your endeavors!

    ReplyDelete
  14. Sorry I got to this posting so late, but if you are still looking for any guest reviewers, you can surely count Kevyn Knox and The Most Beautiful Fraud in.

    ReplyDelete