Tumblr is one of the fastest growing user-communities on the web. Part blogging-platform, part social network, it's more powerful than Twitter and easier to use than Facebook - and we love it.
Tumblr is a creative melting pot - over 6 million users now Tumble, and if you're a filmmaker, film reviewer or a film geek and you're not already a part of the action, then you're going to want to be.
Of course Tumblr isn't all film - there are Tumblogs that focus on everything from photography, music and comic books, to graphic design, creative writing, art, comedy, food, politics, health & fitness and pratically any topic you can think of.
It's the film aspect that excites us, understandably. A hub for up and coming film makers, film reviewers and established talent (Rian Johnson, director of Brick, has a Tumblr for posting his photography, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt posts his short film projects), it's a veritable ocean of creative minds that you'll want to immerse yourself in.
To get you started we've compiled a list of 100 awesome Tumblr filmmakers, reviewers and fans - and this is just scratching the surface.
So dig in, look around and get started with your own Tumblr - and be sure to follow your favourite movie magazine while you're at it!
Apologies to anyone we left out!
100 Awesome Tumblr Movie Blogs;
Next: Bloody Movies!, Burbanked[page-break]
Next: Cult Films, Delbert Shoopman[page-break]
Next: Filmme Fatale, Hit RECord Joe[page-break]
Next: Horror Movie Stills, I Remember That[page-break]
Next: Life Through A Lens, Kino Obscura[page-break]
Next: Movies In Frames, Pop Culture Brain[page-break]
Next: One Photo Reviews, Rolling Shutter[page-break]
Next: Smells Like Hollywood, The Film Project[page-break]
Next: The Movie Doc, Welcome To Obsession[page-break]
Already Tumblmad? Have we converted you? Leave a comment!
(Oh, and if we left you out, put your Tumblr URL in the comments and we'll be sure to check you out!)
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