Six months ago TCM had a milestone with their TENTH ANNIVERSARY of the TCM Classic Film Festival.
It’s such a great event for seeing classic films as they were intended…on the big screen and, in some cases, in theatres they might have originally been shown in. I’ve been attending the TCMFF since 2011 ~ Click this photo to read about my experience ~ and I’ve made a slew of friends as a result.
I’ve asked a couple of them to tell me about their experiences at TCMFF’19. I basically asked what their three favorite films of the festival and what’s one memory that stood out for them. They were gracious enough to share their memories with me. I, in turn, very much welcome you to check out their stories. Click on these photos. I found them a fun read and I’m hoping you will too.
It has happened.
I know it had to. And it has. I’m not quite understanding how sunshine will happen without day. Doris Day passed away Monday, May 13th at the age of 97.
I needed a few days to process this news and I’m still shaking my head. You might think this crazy but 90’s is not so very old, for classic film fans. Social Media blew up like a volcano with this devastating news. It was sad but wonderful to read the great outpouring of love and admiration for a woman who was top box office for a decade, had a great career as a singer, was a big animal activist and seemed to be regarded by all as a genuinely nice person.
posted ~ Monday, April 1st, 2019
It’s a time-honored tradition for bloggers ~ and anyone, really ~ to let folks know their choice of films they’ll see at the 2019 TCM Classic Film Festival. Well who am I to buck tradition.
So, for better or for worse…in sickness and in camaraderie and quixotic drunkenness, this is my “Master Plan” for how I’ll spend the 2019 TCM Classic Film Festival.
…Unless I change my mind.
Has it been just shy a year since the 2018 Turner Classic Movies Classic Film Festival? The calendar says it has. I’m just not so sure my heart measures time the same way. It feels like only yesterday.