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Supporters Attempt to Redeem Legacy of Hollywood Legend Fredric March, Canceled Over Racism Allegations: “This Was a Rush to Judgment”
Ask classic-film fans how they feel about the actor Fredric March — star of legendary movies including Inherit the Wind, The Best Years of Our Lives and the 1937 version of A Star Is Born — and chances are that question will be answered with generally effusive praise for the Academy Award-winning actor and his […]
Jacqueline Stewart Named Film Academy Museum’s Director and President
Jacqueline Stewart, the noted film scholar and Turner Classic Movies host, has been appointed director and president of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, the museum’s board of trustees announced Wednesday. Since 2020, Stewart has served as the museum’s chief artistic and programming officer, leading strategy and planning for the Academy Museum’s curatorial, educational and […]
Turner Classic Movies Teams Up With Julien’s Auctions (Exclusive)
An Audrey Hepburn Breakfast at Tiffany’s dress by Hubert de Givenchy, a shield carried by Chris Evans in Captain America: The First Avenger, and a 1920s yacht seen in 1957’s Pal Joey are among the high-profile lots in a July sale that also celebrates a just-announced collaboration between Julien’s Auctions and Turner Classic Movies. Since […]
TCM, Film Foundation Team on 4K Restoration of ‘Giant’
Turner Classic Movies is expanding its partnership with The Film Foundation with a multiyear financial commitment to fund education and the restoration of classic movies, it was announced Friday. The fruits of this relationship will be on full display — in 4K, no less — at next week’s TCM Classic Film Festival with an April […]
Robert Osborne’s Life, Legacy Discussed by Ben Mankiewicz, Scott Feinberg
The convo is timed to what would have been Osborne's 89th birthday and to the launch of The Osborne Collection, a microsite within the American Film Institute's website.
AFI Launches Virtual Gallery of Robert Osborne’s TCM Intros (Exclusive)
The beloved TCM host died in 2017, but will live on forever on the website of the AFI, an institution he loved.
Glinda’s ‘Wizard of Oz’ Test Wand, Mitzi Gaynor’s Costumes to Headline Auction
Margaret Mitchell’s contract to sell the film rights of 'Gone With the Wind' to David O. Selznick, a test wand created for Glinda the Good Witch in 'The Wizard of Oz' and a wide-ranging assortment of stage costumes and personal gowns from the collection of Mitzi Gaynor are among the highlights of the latest Bonhams sale, “TCM Presents … 1939: Hollywood’s Greatest Year,” set to take place Tuesday at the auction house’s Los Angeles location.
Jacqueline Stewart Becomes First African American Host at Turner Classic Movies
Beginning Sunday, Sept. 15, Turner Classic Movies will have a fifth host to introduce the uncut and uninterrupted films of the Silent era: Jacqueline Stewart, a professor at the University of Chicago, who wants to make her hosting duties feel like "an extension of my classroom," she tells The Hollywood Reporter. But not only will […]
‘When Harry Met Sally’ Screening Kicks Off TCM Film Festival
'When Harry Met Sally' stars Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal reunited with director Rob Reiner on Thursday night at the TCL Chinese Theatre, kicking off the 10th Annual TCM Classic Film Festival with a special screening of the Nora Ephron-penned 1989 romantic comedy.
Jerry Lewis Gets a TCM Labor Day Movie Marathon
Five films are set to air in a tribute to the star.
Robert Osborne, Beloved Host of Turner Classic Movies, Dies at 84
The onetime actor, mentored by Lucille Ball, wrote The Hollywood Reporter’s Rambling Reporter column for more than 25 years.
Turner Classic Movies and Women in Film Los Angeles Form Partnership
Each October, the cable channel will present programming about women, past and present, in the film industry.