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@TCM Classic Film Festival to Pay Tribute To Golden Globe®-Nominee Gina Lollobrigida

Turner Classic Movies (TCM) announces screen legends and beloved titles for its 7th annual TCM Classic Film Festival set to take place April 28-May 1, 2016, in Hollywood including:


  • Tribute to actress Gina Lollobrigida featuring screenings of her Golden Globe® nominated film, Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell (1986) and Trapeze (1956)
  • Appearance by Marlee Matlin to introduce a screening of her Oscar® winning role in the 30th anniversary of Children of a Lesser God (1986)
  • Introduction by groundbreaking filmmaker Bruce Brown for a screening of 50th anniversary of his film The Endless Summer (1966)

The 2016 TCM Film Festival will also feature a special live event:

  • Voices of Light: The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928) featuring the original score by Richard Einhorn with conductor Dr. Mark Sumner and a live orchestra and chorus

Additionally, festival attendees will enjoy four premiere restorations of the following films:

  • The Kid (1921), U.S. premiere restoration
  • The Song of Bernadette (1943) world premiere restoration
  • The Keys Of The Kingdom (1944) world premiere restoration
  • Private Property (1960) world premiere restoration

Complete bios for each of the artists appearing at the 2016 TCM Classic Film Festival can be found at filmfestival.tcm.com



TCM Classic Film Festival 2016, April 28-May 1

Turner Classic Movies (TCM) has announced April 28 – May 1, 2016 for the 2016 TCM Classic Film Festival, marking the seventh annual gathering of legendary stars, award-winning filmmakers and classic movie fans from around the globe. The theme for the four-day event will explore Moving Pictures, the movies that bring us to tears, rouse us to action and inspire us, even projecting us to a higher plane. Passes on sale here.
HollywoodGlee with iconic TV and Film legend, Angie Dickinson, at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, on March 25th, 2015, during the TCM Classic Film Festival’s  “Meet & Greet.”
I attended last year and can attest that the magic of movies isn’t just motion, it’s emotion. The way we take what we see on the screen and make it our own. TCM Classic Film Festival was a terrific way to see magnificent, emotionally moving films, meet like-minded cinema lovers, make new friends and commiserate with legendary screen icons. Looking forward to seeing you there this year!