This year is the centenary of the end of WW1. The horror and immense slaughter of the trenches has been the focus of many films and TV series over the years. I wanted to mark the real life anniversary of the end of this war by getting us all to write about the many depictions of WW1 found on screen.
For this blogathon you can write about any feature film, TV film, TV episode, or documentary which focuses on WW1. Films, series and documentaries from any era are very welcome.
You can write about films or series set on the battlefield. You can write about films and series focusing on soldiers,sailors, pilots and medics. You can write about films and series focusing on soldiers coming home from the war and dealing with their injuries and shell shock. You can write about films and series taking place on the homefront during this time.
The blogathon will be held on the 10th and 11th of November, 2018. Please post your entries on either of those two days. You are very welcome to post your entries early too. I will accept two duplicate posts per screen title.
You can write more than one post if you want to. Previously published articles and reviews are welcome too.
Please check the participation list below to see who is writing about what. Please take the banner below and pop it on your site somewhere to help advertise the event.
Maddy Loves Her Classic Films: Maddy’s Five Favourite WW1 Films
Realweegiemidgetreviews: My Boy Jack
Cinematic Scribblings: The Spy In Black and The Green Room
Down These Mean Streets: Waterloo Bridge(1940)
Movie Movie Blog Blog: Wings
Caftan Woman: Broken Lullaby
The Stop Button: The Life and Death Of Colonel Blimp
Silver Screen Classics: Gallipoli
Dubism: Sergeant York and Paths Of Glory
The Wonderful World Of Cinema: Au revoir la-haut
Silver Screenings: Shoulder Arms
Thoughts All Sorts: Der Rote Baron
Movierob: The Blue Max and The Fighting 69th
Wads Words: The Big Parade
Silent-ology: Soldier Man
Sat In Your Lap: Heroes For Sale
Pop Culture Reverie: Wonder Woman
18 Cinema Lane: Sgt Stubby: Lawrence Of Arabia
Back To Golden Days: All Quiet On The Western Front & The Dawn Patrol
Critica Retro: J’Accuse
Pleasant Street: Lady Chatterley’s Lover