Every film playing on TCM in February has been nominated for an Oscar. Here’s your Flickchart guide.
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It’s time for classic film fans the world over to descend on Hollywood for TCM Fest – but if you can’t be here, don’t despair! You can watch many of the Fest’s films from the comfort of your own home.
Flickchart’s Top 10 for 1957 is one of the most diverse years on record, with classics from the USA, England, Japan, Sweden, and Italy. How many have you seen?
September on TCM brings a tribute to the Motion Picture Home, Star of the Month Jennifer Jones, a festival of counter-culture classics, and over 30 Movies to See Before You Die!
A new month is here, which means new TCM programming – in June, that’s Gay Hollywood, Audrey Hepburn, European Getaways, and nearly 50 movies to see before you die.
Melodrama, character actors, Easter, and nearly 50 Movies to See Before You Die – what can it be? TCM in April, of course!
June on TCM brings a plethora of movies based on stage plays, star of the month Marie Dressler, and over 40 “Movies to See Before You Die”!
As Tarantino fans search for 70-mm showings of his upcoming movie, we look back at the best movies filmed in CinemaScope, the first successful widescreen format.
This month TCM turns their attention to Frank Sinatra, Holiday Classics, and the varied relationships of “girlfriends,” as well as their usual smorgaboard of tributes and themed marathons.
Get your DVRs ready: here’s what TCM has in store for us in September – WWII docs, Susan Hayward, and over 40 Movies to See Before You Die.