TCM Classic Film Festival in April 2010
Starting April 22 to the 25, TCM will hold its first ever TCM Classic Film Festival in Hollywood.
During the festival, classic film lovers will get a chance to watch great movies introduced by the people who made them, listen to behind-the-scenes stories, and enjoy newly restored films. The festival will show over 50 screenings of classic films.
I personally think this is a great opportunity to discover or re-discover old classic films on the big screen.
The opening film is A Star Is Born (1954) directed by George Cukor. Some of the other films to be screened at the festival include Midnight Cowboy (1969), The Graduate (1967), Singin’ In The Rain (1952), Sunset Blvd (1950), Metropolis (1927), Breathless (1960), Casablanca (1942), 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), Pillow Talk (1959), The Producers (1968), and much more.
You can find a full list of films and more information about the event on the official website.