LAMB #976 – Southern Vision: A Blog About Movies

by Rachel · June 16, 2011 · New LAMB · No Comments

URL: http://magnoliaforever.wordpress.com/
Site Name: Southern Vision: A Blog About Movies
Categories: General
Rating: PG

What is the main focus of your site?
To examine film and cinema, review some of the oldest, newest and random great films, provide an experienced commentary on some of cinema’s greats and highlight some of the world’s best film directors.

What are your blogging goals, personally and/or professionally? In other words, what, if anything, are you trying to get out your blog?
I’m trying to communicate my love for great movies; many of which are movies whose greatness people struggle to accept (such as Inland Empire and Eyes Wide Shut). I also want people to see how incredibly diverse and interesting cinema has become and help to introduce them to some of the greatest directors whose films they might never have seen.

Do you prefer an interactive community for your blog or are you the teacher and your readers the students?
I certainly don’t think of myself as a teacher; rather, I present my opinions and warmly invite readers to leave a comment telling me their own.

How long have you been movie blogging for, and how frequent do you post updates to your site?
My site has been active for JUST over three months (started mid-February), and I update it with a new post every 1-2 days.

Name up to three of your favorite movies (and no more).
Magnolia (1999) dir. Paul Thomas Anderson.
Persona (1966) dir. Ingmar Bergman.
Mulholland Drive (2001) dir. David Lynch

How did you hear about the LAMB?
I regularly surf for movie blogs, and I began to notice a recurring theme in some of the blogs I read: many of them had stickers with your name emblazoned: The Large Association of Movie Blogs. I naturally checked it out and have become very interested.

Any additional comments, or give yourself an interview question that’s not listed above.
None

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