Project Keaton: Jonathan Melville's Holyrood or Bust(er)

Edinburgh-based journalist Jonathan Melville has written for everyone from the Guardian to the Edinburgh Daily News and, as a true-blue cineaste, has just launched a classic film blog: Holyrood or Bust

In honor of Buster, he is temporarily calling his blog Holyrood or Bust(er) (<–clever, he?) and he will be reviewing many of the films showcased on Turner Classic Movies for their Keaton month. Which, by the way, is pretty darn impressive since TCM’s Keaton schedule will not be airing in the UK … He’s already got The General under his belt, so stop by and stay tuned!

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Film writer and social media marketing professional. 2019 Social Ambassador for the 10th Annual TCM Classic Film Festival. Previously: social media associate at Warner Archive and script writer for Turner Classic Movies. Working on a Montgomery Clift biography due late 2020.

One thought on “Project Keaton: Jonathan Melville's Holyrood or Bust(er)

  1. Thanks for the shout out (if that’s possible with silents?) and well done with Project Keaton, an admirable plan.

    I’ll be attempting to maintain the TCM standards from the other side of the pond. I’ve now watched The General, Cops, The Love Nest and I’m fitting in Our Hospitality before I call it a day.

    I deviated from the plan slightly to watch the 1932 version of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, but as that’s also on TCM tomorrow night I thought I might get away with it.

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