About Me (Post #1)

Hello Everyone! Well I hope at least someone is reading this. I wanted to make a page on this blog to give my readers, if any an opportunity to learn about myself. My name is Grant Fitzgerald I am a Freshman Film Production Major and Huntington University in Indiana. I decided to major in film around the summer of 2010. I had grown a wondrous love for the cinema, movies and making my own films. I started by making short parkour films (which I will be happy to share with you in this blog). Anyways…I decide to go to school for film production and it has been an exciting experience so far.

Now I am going to get to what this blog is about. It is all about film! I have been trying to find blogs about film and people personal collections but I don’t really know where or what to look for so I have decided to make my own. I am a movie lover. I am always in the mood to learn something about film and watch films! My blog is going to keep track of my personal collection of movies ranging through formats including, Super 8mm, VHS, DVD and BluRay. Also I will be giving reviews, news and history to what I find interesting in film (which is almost anything). This is my first ever blog and I am very excited and hope to gain some film lovers and followers. I have much to learn and I am very excited about the process.

Grant Fitzgerald


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God. Family. Friends. Parkour. Film. Theater.

One response to “About Me (Post #1)”

  1. Debbie Gnemi says :

    I have been in love with movies since the age of 9 when I used to stay up during the summer months and watch The Late Show, The Late, Late, Show and sometimes The Late, Late, Late Show! My first movie crush was ALL MINE TO GIVE, a film starring Glynnis Johns (spelling?)–she was the mother in MARY POPPINS starring Julie Andrews. Anyway, it’s a tearjerker for sure about a young Scottish man who marries a Scottish gal and they settle in the Northwest Territory. They have a ton of kids, etc. etc. and come down with diptheria at some point in the film and mom and dad die, leaving the eldest child, a boy of about 12 to give away each of the children in the village nearby their cabin. I have seen it a few times on AMC and TMC and cry my eyeballs out every time I see it.

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