Seafaring films, Joe E. Brown, Jean Harlow and nearly 50 Films to See Before You Die. It’s March on TCM!
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Historic theaters and nitrate film: what we saw at the 2019 TCM Film Fest
The place to be this weekend is Hollywood for the TCM Film Fest, but here’s what you can do from home.
Every film playing on TCM in February has been nominated for an Oscar. Here’s your Flickchart guide.
Dog Day Afternoon was a masterpiece of 70s cinema. Could it be remade today?
July on TCM brings Westerns. Lots and lots of Westerns. Also Star of the Month Olivia de Havilland, still with us to celebrate her centenary, plus films of the ’70s, African-American pioneers, and 50 Films to See Before You Die.
It’s been seventy years since 1946, but these films are as fresh as the day they came out.
TCM in 2016! Read all about the many films January has in store…
Sixty years ago, the cinematic landscape was quite different. Let’s take a look at the best that 1955 had to offer in film.
Michael Mann’s epic L.A. crime saga “Heat” turns 20 today. In celebration, we’re pitting it, in true Flickchart fashion, against Mann’s OTHER great L.A. crime thriller, “Collateral”. Which will come out on top?