Cinema-Scoping (February 2013)
Turner Classic Movie’s 31 Days of Oscar Festival comes to a close this weekend and they’ve saved some of the best for last. One of the finest westerns every made and what is considered the greatest comedy are being screened as is a Best Picture winner and a classic epic comedy.
In recent years, the Academy Awards have become something of an anticlimactic affair. What with the Broadcast Film Critics Awards, the Golden Globes, the Screen Actor’s Guild Awards and far too many other organizations and groups to list here giving out their honors before the Oscars, as of late handing out the famo
Turner Classic Movies’ 31 Days of Oscar Festival enters its 15th day on Friday, February 15th and it arguably features the best slate of films since this event began. The first day featuring Oscar nominated or winning films from MGM, includes five Best Picture winners as well as three award-winning performances. Here are the highlights:
Wednesday's line-up of Oscar-recognized films from Turner Classic Movies is an impressive one, but three stand out. The first is a movie that caused a sensation when it was first released in 1962, the second is one of the great anti-war film and the third is the greatest monster movie ever made. Remember, these films run on Wednesday, February 6th and all times listed are CST.
Films that caused a stir from Warner Brothers Studio is the focal point of Turner Classic Movies 4th day of their 31 Days of Oscar festival. Below are the highlights form Monday, Feburary 4th that are worth taking up space on your DVR.