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More festival friends….

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A buddy sent this to me…. On the rooftop at the HRH in 2019….

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Author Jeremy Arnold and TCM Festival’s Genevieve McGillicuddy…

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Social media fans at the fest…

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At the Formosa…

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Members of The Donovan Affair cast….

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Hanging at Noir City at the Egyptian before the fest …

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More cheers!

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Robert with Sam’s piano from Casablanca….

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Jeff and Beth at Indiscreet!!

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Darcy Hettrich, former VP of Talent…

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Sweet Diane Baker in Club TCM..

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The two Roberts…

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All smiles! (Theresa and Jeff on the ends…)

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Amy, Karen, her daughter, and Mr. Knipfer….

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Gone With The Wind panel in Club TCM…

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Director Allison Anders (R) with friend in Club TCM…

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Bruce and Ben….

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Christy with Peg from the Midwest…. 

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Tony Bill will be at The Sting!

Academy Award-winning director/producer Tony Bill has been making movies for over 50 years. Among his feature directorial credits are My Bodyguard (1980), Five Corners (1987), Untamed Heart (1993), and Flyboys (2006). His production credits include The Sting(1973), Hearts of the West (1975), Taxi Driver (1976), and Going in Style (1979).

Tony started his career acting in the first films of directors Steven Spielberg, Terrence Malick, and Francis Ford Coppola. Noted for his discovery and support of new talent, he commissioned and produced the first screenplays of David Ward, John Patrick Shanley, Terrence Malick, and many others.

Additionally, he has directed or produced numerous features, television films, commercials, television episodes, and the Fox Network series Pitch. He lives with his wife and filmmaking partner, producer Helen Bartlett, in Venice, California, where he founded Venice’s first production studio in 1975, and also created one of Los Angeles’s most notable restaurants, 72 Market Street.

Tony is the author of Movie Speak: How to Talk Like You Belong on a Film Set (Workman Publishing, 2008), the definitive compendium and history of the language and lore of film sets. He is a commercially rated pilot and an experienced long-distance ocean-racing sailor.

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New App! Added Special Guests!

ANNOUNCED 2022 SPECIAL GUESTS

PAULA ABDUL – Singer, Choreographer
JEREMY ARNOLD – Author, Film Historian
KEVIN BACON – Actor
DIANE BAKER – Actor
CRAIG BARRON – Visual Effects Artist
DREW BARRYMORE – Actor
WARREN BEATTY – Actor
CARI BEAUCHAMP – Author, Film Historian and Documentarian
JIM BEAVER – Actor
RICHARD BENJAMIN – Director, Actor
TONY BILL – Producer
MAYBELLE BLAIR – Former All-American Girls Professional Baseball League Player
DONALD BOGLE – Film Historian and Author
BEN BURTT – Sound Designer
MARIO CANTONE – Actor, Comedian
KEITH CARRADINE – Actor
MEGAN CAVANAGH – Actor
MARY CLARK – Longtime Friend to Doris Day
ANN CUSACK – Actor
TIM DALY – Actor
CYNTHIA DAVIS – Actor
STEVE DE JARNATT – Director, Producer
CHARLENE DEGUZMAN – Actor
BRUCE DERN – Actor
ERNEST R. DICKERSON – Director, Writer
DEBBIE EVANS – Stunt Performer
KATE FLANNERY – Actor, Writer, Singer
ERIC FRIEDLER – Documentary Filmmaker
ROXANE GAY – Writer, Professor, Editor, and Social Commentator
GORDON GEBERT – Actor
BRUCE GOLDSTEIN – Film Forum Repertory Program Director and Founder of Rialto Pictures
DANA GOULD – Comedian, Actor
TOPHER GRACE – Actor
PAM GRIER – Actor
STEVE GUTTENBERG – Actor
RANDY HABERKAMP – Senior Vice President of Preservation and Foundation Programming for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
BARBARA HALL – Writer, Producer, Author
TESS HARPER – Actor
LAWRENCE HILTON-JACOBS – Actor
BUDDY JOE HOOKER – Actor, Stunt Performer
MEG HOWARD – Longtime Friend and Assistant to Doris Day
JACKIE JOSEPH – Actor, Writer, Board of Directors for Actors and Others for Animals
WILLIAM JOYCE – Writer, Illustrator, Filmmaker
ANDREA KALAS – Vice President of the Paramount Archives
KATHLEEN KENNEDY – Producer
PATRICIA WARD KELLY – Creative Director, The Gene Kelly Legacy
DAVID KOECHNER – Actor
ROCKY LANG – Producer, Director, Writer, Author
PIPER LAURIE – Actor
SUZANNE LLOYD – Producer, President of Harold Lloyd Entertainment
JON LOVITZ – Actor
LEONARD MALTIN – Film Critic and Historian
MARK MCCRAY – Writer, Author
TARA MCNAMARA – Film Critic, Journalist
ROBERT MACNAUGHTON – Actor
SERGIO MIMS – Film Critic and Journalist
MONT ALTO MOTION PICTURE ORCHESTRA
GARRETT MORRIS – Actor
LARAINE NEWMAN – Actor, Writer, Comedian
FLOYD NORMAN – Cartoonist, Animator
MARGARET O’BRIEN – Actor
REBECCA POLLACK PARKER – Actor, Producer
LORI PETTY – Actor
MICHAEL PHILLIPS – Producer
JIM PIERSON – Doris Day Animal Foundation
LEA PRICE – Director of Communications, Doris Day Animal Foundation
AILEEN QUINN – Actor
ANNE RAMSAY – Actor
JONAH RAY – Actor
PAUL REISER – Actor
MAGGIE RENZI – Producer, Actor
LUIS I. REYES – Author and Historian
ALAN K. RODE – Film Scholar and Preservationist
BERNARDO RONDEAU – Senior Director, Film Programs Academy Museum of Motion Pictures
JOHN SAYLES – Director, Writer
MICHAEL SCHLESINGER – Producer
EBAN SCHLETTER – Composer, Music Producer
MICHAEL SCHULTZ – Director
KATHERYN SERMAK – Cofounder of the Bette Davis Foundation
JANE SEYMOUR – Actor
ADAM SHANKMAN – Director, Producer, Choreographer
STEVEN SPIELBERG – Director, Producer
MINK STOLE – Actor
MARTY STUART – Singer, Songwriter, Musician
LEIGH TAYLOR-YOUNG – Actor
HENRY THOMAS – Actor
LILY TOMLIN – Actor, Comedian
GLYNN TURMAN – Actor
MICHAEL USLAN – Producer
JANET VARNEY – Actor
BARON VAUGHN – Actor, Comedian
DEE WALLACE – Actor
DAVID S. WARD – Writer
STEVEN WILLIAMS – Actor
NANCY WANG YUEN – Sociologist

 

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I’ve been enjoying May’s tribute to Anna May Wong, and  I hope you have been, too. So many rarely seen films highlighting Wong have given me an even deeper appreciation for her talents.

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Podcast news…

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Pam Grier’s interview before the screening of Coffy at the fest this year revealed Grier as an exciting guest with informative stories of her career and personal life.  TCM has chosen her as the next subject of the TCM Podcast coming this fall…

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Turner Classic Movies’ (TCM) award-winning podcast The Plot Thickens will premiere season four this fall, in which trailblazing actress Pam Grier shares her remarkable life story with host Ben Mankiewicz.

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Pam Grier being interviewed on the #TCMFF Red Carpet April 21….

“The word ‘iconic’ is overused in this industry, but Pam has been a true revolutionary regarding the depiction of Black women in Hollywood,” said host Ben Mankiewicz. “Pam’s characters are unapologetic, tough and fiercely independent, just like she was when she started in Hollywood five decades ago and remains to this day.”

In August of 1973, an unknown Black actress named Pam Grier knocked James Bond out of the number one spot at the box office. Pam was the lead in Coffy, a Blaxploitation film with a ridiculously low budget, tons of nudity, and blood-splattering violence. Pam was just 24, and she was suddenly Hollywood’s first female action hero.

Audiences were captivated, but Hollywood executives were dismissive of Pam. She called out studio hypocrisy and pushed for meaningful roles that had depth. When Hollywood would get too toxic, she’d leave town. Turns out the movies needed Pam Grier a lot more than Pam Grier needed the movies. Now, at 72, she’s started to reckon with her career, her choices, and the events of her life.

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Stay tuned this summer for the first trailer for season four of The Plot Thickens. Previous seasons are available on Apple Podcasts, at tcm.com/Podcast, or wherever you get your podcasts.

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