Japanese Cinema Blogathon To Aid Earthquake and Tsunami Relief

This blogathon is hosted by JapanCinema and CinemaFanatic. Tomorrow we will each have a post on our sites officially starting the blogathon, which will run for a week. Simply leave a comment in one of those posts and we will add a link to the post so that everyone can see all of the participating blogs.

To participate post something on your blog related to Japanese Cinema (a review of a film, a preview, etc.) and add this link: https://www.paypal-donations.com/pp-charity/web.us/campaign.jsp?cid=-12 asking for donations from your readers. Please also use one of our graphics to let them know it’s part of the blogathon and so your readers can see the other posts in the blogathon:

You can also find updates for the blogathon on Facebook.

About Marya E. Gates

Cinephile to the max.

Posted on March 14, 2011, in Blogathon and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Good Job!

  2. I wrote this review of Kurosawa’s The Hidden Fortress last night and would like to have it included in the blogathon.


    I also plan to review Kurosawa’s No Regrets for Our Youth next Monday (March 21) for CriterionCast.com and would like to include that article in the blogathon if possible. I think the blogathon might be done before that though. Perhaps I can speed up publication of my weekly column. Please let me know if this will work!

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