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ICM Forum's 500<400 2019 RESULTS!

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Re: ICM Forum's 500<400 2019 RESULTS!

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Post by AdamH » July 3rd, 2020, 9:05 am

AdamH wrote:
May 8th, 2020, 12:41 pm
I made a list on iCM of all the films which still have <400 checks which have featured in 500<400 at some point over the past seven years. 707 films still have <400 checks. 468 are from the 2019 edition (only 32 films have reached 400 checks so far).

https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/500d ... ons/adamh/

I've started watching/re-watching some of the films on the list. We need to promote it more. There's 40+ shorts still with <400 checks despite having been on (or still on) the list.
In just under two months, this list has gone from 707 films to 696 so they are gradually reaching 400 checks. It's also gone from 468 films in the current list to 459. 50+ of the films only need 20 checks or less to reach 400.

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Post by AdamH » July 18th, 2020, 10:59 pm

I found an interesting film blog site where someone talks about 500<400 and has watched the top five films in the list as part of a challenge. https://medialifecrisis.com/acting-out/ ... n-400.html. Apparently Bas van Stratum from Flickchart/Letterboxd recommended the list. You can see his/her reviews of the top five here: https://medialifecrisis.com/topics/icm- ... n-400.html

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Post by zzzorf » July 18th, 2020, 11:45 pm

AdamH wrote:
July 18th, 2020, 10:59 pm
I found an interesting film blog site where someone talks about 500<400 and has watched the top five films in the list as part of a challenge. https://medialifecrisis.com/acting-out/ ... n-400.html. Apparently Bas van Stratum from Flickchart/Letterboxd recommended the list. You can see his/her reviews of the top five here: https://medialifecrisis.com/topics/icm- ... n-400.html
Yeah and he will be watching more from the list down the track. He is part of the Flickcharters group on Facebook that I am involved from which he made a sub-group for us to give these lists to him to watch. Bas beat me to the 550<400 list so I ended up just giving him a bunch of Australian films. It has been an entertaining endeavour so far which all the other lists he has tackled so far appear on his blog site.

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Post by jeff_v » July 19th, 2020, 12:00 am

We can all enter our house justified now.

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Post by Nathan Treadway » August 4th, 2020, 1:14 pm

zzzorf wrote:
July 18th, 2020, 11:45 pm
AdamH wrote:
July 18th, 2020, 10:59 pm
I found an interesting film blog site where someone talks about 500<400 and has watched the top five films in the list as part of a challenge. https://medialifecrisis.com/acting-out/ ... n-400.html. Apparently Bas van Stratum from Flickchart/Letterboxd recommended the list. You can see his/her reviews of the top five here: https://medialifecrisis.com/topics/icm- ... n-400.html
Yeah and he will be watching more from the list down the track. He is part of the Flickcharters group on Facebook that I am involved from which he made a sub-group for us to give these lists to him to watch. Bas beat me to the 550<400 list so I ended up just giving him a bunch of Australian films. It has been an entertaining endeavour so far which all the other lists he has tackled so far appear on his blog site.
Invite him here to take part. :)

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