Blogging for Toronto

Posted on September 2, 2008

Bad news: I went down from #3 to #too-far-for-me-to-count on the Toronto International Film Festival blog list.

Maybe I should start with the good news. Coffee and Celluloid is listed as one of the blogs for TIFF. I’m not sure if that’s any sort of achievement to celebrate – after all, I was bumped down.

But I do have the chance for one my posts to be featured on the TIFF front page. That would be pretty cool. So unlike Full Frame, I WILL blog the day I see the film and not months later.

So for the next week, expect to see TIFF related posts, starting with my movie picks tomorrow.

And just to nitpick, look!

I used to be 3. You cant even count how far down this is.
I used to be 3. You can’t even count how far down this is.
I used to be 3. You cant even count how far this is.
Everyone, sort alphabetically!
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