The unique four-day festival, like the cable television channel and brand, is a focused, choreographed affair which is strictly a showcase for movies.
Alfred Hitchcock’s 1934 version of The Man Who Knew Too Much, which he remade with superior results in 1956, is a solid, suspenseful thriller.
Leonard Maltin talks with Scott Holleran about classic movies, his vintage film guide’s third edition with Turner Classic Movies (TCM), his podcast and favorite artists and movies.
A excerpt from Chapter 1 of Andrew Bernstein’s novel: A Dearth of Eagles
Art and force do not mix, just as force does not mix with any kind of thought.
The Academy Award-winning Faye Dunaway, star of Network, The Thomas Crown Affair and Chinatown, sat before an audience attending the 2016 TCM Classic Film Festival and discussed Bonnie and Clyde, The Towering Inferno and director Elia Kazan.
On the eve of his 90th birthday, Dion Neutra sat down at his home with Scott Holleran and remembered his father, his childhood and his career with a great 20th century modern architect including thoughts and remembrances of Richard Neutra’s architecture and relationships with Frank Lloyd Wright and Ayn Rand. Dion Neutra also spoke of his single proudest achievement at Gettysburg.
“…it’s a bit too sweet even for me. It’s the nature of the project. I keep getting attracted to stories that have a certain life-affirming quality. I’m just that kind of guy.”