Hi, we’re back.
Full disclosure here, as has always been the way we do it on The Film Queue. Life gets busy, I and the other writers become unmotivated. And frankly, if I’m not writing, I won’t ask others to do so. I’ve had a lot of trouble finding a reason to write, I simply forgot why my voice matters. Sometimes that applies in general, but in this case, I’m referring to just within the film criticism world.
I love The Film Queue and everything we’ve accomplished here, but before it goes away – which it might – I’m back with a challenge.
Over on Facebook, I did a top ten challenge. You post a poster of one of your favourite films of all time, and you’re not supposed to give context, and at first I didn’t, but then I wrote about them. And a lot. It reminded me why these movies matter, and it taught me what are things that make a movie matter more than others.
I had forgotten that feeling, and I don’t want to lose it, so let’s continue, shall we?
Throughout the next 31 days, join me on one last adventure here as I write about 31 films.
The rules are simple, I’m not allowed to write about something I’ve seen this year before deciding on the films. And I have to write at least 300 words, but to try and limit myself and not go over 500 words. I could end up writing about my experience with it, and not necessarily the film itself.
I’m going to learn new thins about myself as you do as well.
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