There are many parts of life that people have missed since the COVID-19 pandemic hit. One particular aspect that several people have been missing is the experience of being able to see movies in-person.
Guests will be entertained with a wide-range of their favorite films, appearances by numerous celebrities and filmmakers, compelling presentations and panel discussions and several special events.
Commemorating past achievements, TCM will roll in their unique programming set with the theme “All Together Now: Back to the Big Screen.”
“We are thrilled to be returning to Hollywood for our 13th festival next spring,” said Pola Changnon, TCM’s general manager. “We were grateful to share the TCM Classic Film Festival with fans virtually the last two years, but there’s nothing like being in a theater enjoying the movies the way they were meant to be seen—on the big screen.”
Across four enjoyable days and nights, the festival will stream a plethora of fan-favorite movies like Annie (1982), After the Thin Man (1936), Baby Face (1933), The Wizard of Oz (1939), A Star is Born (1937), It's Always Fair Weather (1955) and Force of Evil (1948).
Special guests who will be in attendance include Craig Barron, visual effects artist; Richard Benjamin, director and actor; Ben Burtt, sound designer; Leonard Maltin, film critic and historian; Mink Stole, actor, and Lily Tomlin, actor.
For fans, there will be custom programming on the popular streaming platform.
The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, the festival’s authorized hotel that has a well-established role in movie history, will provide special rates for festival guests.
You can already buy your pass for the TCM film festival today with a special one-time early bird discount window.
You have the option to purchase a palace pass for $399, a classic pass that will give you four-day access to the film programs at all festival venues for $849, an essential pass for $1,099 or a spotlight pass for $2,549.
Individual tickets can also be purchased at $20 for most films and events. After passholders have been accommodated, tickets will be held on a first come, first served basis.