Don't miss the TCM Classic Film Festival: Special Home Edition, an on-air celebration of TCM Classic Film Festival movies and moments from the past decade that fans can enjoy from the comfort of their homes. As a part of the Special Home Edition, TCM is proud to showcase films that have been a part of the TCM Classic Film Festival, both from years past and slated for this year’s event.

To provide additional context and insight, details are below that share when these films were screened at the Festival along with the special guests that attended these screenings. This special edition of the Fest begins April 16 at 8:00 PM continuing until April 19 on TCM and will include TCM hosts, special guests and events to follow on-air and online. 

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8:00 PMA Star is Born (1954)
Opening Night Film at the inaugural 2010 TCM Classic Film Festival, presented by Robert Osborne and Alec Baldwin.
11:00 PMMetropolis (1927)
Closing Night Film at the 2010 TCM CFF, this was the North American premiere of a restored version of the film with footage found in 2008 in Argentina, with live score by the Alloy Orchestra.
1:45 AMLuise Rainer: Live from the TCM Classic Film Festival (2011)
Recorded at the 1st TCM CFF in 2010 when Ms. Rainer, the first back-to-back Oscar winner for Best Actress, was 100 years old.
2:30 AMThe Good Earth (1937)
Presented at the 2010 TCMCFF with Luise Rainer in attendance.
5:00 AMNeptune’s Daughter (1949)
Presented at the 2010 TCM CFF at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel pool on Opening Night, with Esther Williams and Betty Garrett in attendance and featuring a performance by the Aqualilies.


6:45 AMThe Seventh Seal (1957)
Shown as part of a tribute to Max Von Sydow at the 2013 TCM CFF, with the actor in attendance.
8:30 AMShe Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949)
Introduced by Keith Carradine, at the 2016 TCM CFF.
10:30 AMSounder (1972)
Presented at the 2018 TCM CFF with Cicely Tyson in attendance, who was honored prior to the screening with a hand and footprint ceremony at the TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX.
12:30 PMA Hard Day’s Night (1964)
This world premiere restoration was introduced by Alec Baldwin and Don Was at the 2014 TCM CFF.
2:00 PMEva Marie Saint:  Live from the TCM Classic Film Festival (2014)
Recorded in front of a live audience at the 2013 TCM CFF as part of a tribute to Eva Marie Saint.
3:15 PMNorth by Northwest (1959)
Presented at the 2010 TCM CFF with Eva Marie Saint and Martin Landau in attendance.
5:45 PMSome Like It Hot (1959)
Presented at the 2010 TCM CFF with Tony Curtis in attendance.
8:00 PMHarold and Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story (2015)
West Coast premiere at the 2016 TCM CFF, with Lillian Michelson and director Daniel Raim in attendance.
10:00 PMDeliverance (1972)
A cast reunion was presented at the 2013 TCM CFF, with Burt Reynolds, Ned Beatty, Jon Voight and director John Boorman in attendance.
12:00 AMThe Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954)
Presented in 3D at the 2018 TCM CFF, this was introduced by Dennis Miller.
1:30 AMGrey Gardens (1975)
Presented at 2014 TCM CFF as part of a tribute to Albert Maysles, who was in attendance.
3:15 AMNight Flight (1933)
Out of circulation for over 50 years, this was introduced by Drew Barrymore, granddaughter of the film’s star John Barrymore at the 2011 TCM CFF.
5:00 AMKim Novak: Live from the TCM Classic Film Festival (2013)
Taped in front of a live audience at the 2012 TCM CFF, as part of a tribute to Kim Novak.


6:00 AMThe Man with the Golden Arm (1955)
Presented at the 2011 TCM CFF with Nancy and Tina Sinatra and Vicki Preminger in attendance.
8:00 AMMad Love (1935)
Introduced at the 2019 TCM CFF by Bill Hader with actress Cora Sue Collins in attendance in the audience.
9:15 AMDouble Harness (1933)
Introduced at the 2016 TCM CFF, by James Cromwell, the son of director John Cromwell.
10:30 AMVitaphone Shorts:
Baby Rose Marie the Child Wonder (1929)
Don’t Get Nervous (1929)
Lambchops (1929)
Presented at the 2016 TCM CFF, as part of a program celebrating “90th Anniversary of Vitaphone,” by the founder of the Vitaphone Project, Ron Hutchinson.
11:00 AMSergeant York (1941)
The first Festival program to screen at the newest venue of the TCM CFF, the Legion Theater at Post 43, this was introduced in 2019 by Andrew Jackson York, the son of Sergeant Alvin C. York and grandson, Gerald York.
1:30 PMSafety Last! (1923)
The first of four Harold Lloyd films presented at the TCM CFF, this was accompanied by live orchestra and music composed and conducted by Robert Israel, in 2010, and introduced by Suzanne Lloyd.
3:00 PMThey Live by Night (1949)
Presented at the 2013 TCM CFF and introduced by Susan Ray, widow of director Nicholas Ray.
4:45 PMFaye Dunaway: Live from the TCM Classic Film Festival (2017)
Taped in front of a live audience at the 2016 TCM CFF, as part of a tribute to Faye Dunaway.
5:45 PMNetwork (1976)
Presented as part of a tribute to Faye Dunaway at the 2016 TCM CFF, with the actress in attendance.
8:00 PMCasablanca (1942)
A perennial favorite, this film has been presented three times at the TCM CFF, including a screening introduced by Peter Bogdanovich and Monika Henreid in 2010. Peter Bogdanovich will return to co-host this on-air screening.
10:00 PMThe Magnificent Ambersons (1942)
Presented at the 2010 TCM CFF, it was introduced by Peter Bogdanovich and David Kamp. Peter Bogdanovich with co-host this on-air screening.
11:45 PMNight and the City (1950)
Presented at the 2012 TCM CFF by Eddie Muller.
1:30 AMNorman Lloyd: Live from the TCM Classic Film Festival (2016)
Recorded in front of a live audience as part of a tribute to Norman Lloyd, at the 2015 TCM CFF; Mr. Lloyd was 100 at the time of the taping.
2:30 AMThe Lady Vanishes (1938)
Presented at the TCM CFF in 2013 with Norman Lloyd in attendance to talk about his friend, Alfred Hitchcock.
4:15 AMThe Passion of Joan of Arc (1928)
The largest orchestral presentation to date at the TCM CFF was this 2016 screening, with live orchestra and the UC of Berkely Alumni Chorus (under the direction of Dr. Mark Sumner) performing an original score by Richard Einhorn.


6:00 AMJezebel (1938)
Presented at the 2017 TCM CFF by TCM Backlot winner RICHARD SKIPPER.
7:45 AMThe Set-Up (1949) )
Introduced at the 2018 TCM CFF introduced by Noir Alley host Eddie Muller and actor/filmmaker Malcom Mays, who did a live reading of the poem the film is based on.
9:00 AMPeter O’Toole, Live from the TCM Classic Film Festival (2012)
Recorded in front of a live audience, and part of a tribute to Peter O’Toole at the 2011 TCM CFF.
10:00 AMLawrence of Arabia (1962)
Screened as part of a tribute to Anne V. Coates, ACE, at the 2015 TCM CFF, with the Oscar-winning editor in attendance.
2:00 PMRed-Headed Woman (1932)
Presented at the introduced by film historian and author Cari Beauchamp at the 2017 TCM CFF.
3:30 PMAuntie Mame (1958)
Presented at the 2012 TCM CFF, introduced by Todd Oldham.
6:00 PMSingin’ in the Rain (1952)
Presented three times to date at the TCM CFF, in 2010, 2012 and 2017 editions, with guests over the years including: Debbie Reynolds, Stanley Donen, and Todd Fisher and Ruta Lee.
8:00 PMFloyd Norman: An Animated Life (2016)
Floyd Norman was slated to be honored with a tribute at the 2020 TCM CFF.
9:45 PMThe Hustler (1961)
The 2020 TCM CFF included a tribute to the actress Piper Laurie.
12:15 AMBaby Face (1933)
Longtime festival guest Bruce Goldstein intended to present a special presentation at the 2020 TCM CFF, about the censorship of the film and footage added back in decades later, to this popular pre-Code film.
1:45 AMBardelys the Magnificent (1926)
Serge Bromberg was scheduled to present this recently restored silent with musical accompaniment at the 2020 TCM CFF.
3:30 AMVictor/Victoria (1982)
Julie Andrews was slated to attend the screening of this film, at the 2020 TCM CFF.



David Guercio's picture

Whoa. This will be so cool. I can’t wait. It’s still a bummer that it was canceled though. Once again. My best wishes to everyone who was going. Maybe I’ll see you all there someday too. I’m really looking forward to it. I can’t wait. Everybody enjoy this year’s Special Home Edition. I will too.

Douglas Stauter's picture

I was so happy to find out that I can watch the past TCM Classic Film Festivals. I had surgery on my left shoulder on 3/6/20 and I am in a sling until 4/29/20. I can not drive with the sling on. I am home bound, so I can watch much more TCM films now. I have my Masters Degree in Acting and Directing from CSU Fullerton. I see so many films that were based on plays that I acted in or directed. I saw many of the classic films when I was younger in L. A, on the TV that I see on TCM now. I am so glad that I can see these classic films again. Once again, thanks for letting all our TCM fans to stay happy to see the past TCM Classic Film Festivals in this time of a great challenge in our country.

Thank you
Douglas Stauter

Christine Stouffer's picture

I saw the announcement last week on ABC News. Great idea TCM, Ben, and everyone …. and to show it to all viewers is even more great. When it comes to its fans, TCM "likes us, you REALLY like us". Thank you!

Cecilia Sepp's picture

Sorry to hear that the festival was canceled this year. Someday I hope to attend! But instead I will enjoy the streaming version and daydream about "Being There".

Carol Bradtke's picture

Thank you sooooo much! I was so excited to go to the 2020 Festival, but this will certainly take some of the sting out of our disappointment!

Christy Kelly's picture

Having the Festival shown on TCM is worth the extra fee Comcast is charging us for the channel. I attended the film festival in 2014 and I never had so much fun! Thanks again!

Forrest Whichard's picture

just want to say THANK YOU TCM for producing the "At Home" TCM CFF. I had planned on attending this year (my first TCMCFF) and was terribly disappointed when I heard it was being cancelled. But thanks to the fine people at TCM, you are bringing the festival to us. Thanks again for this labor of love for.

Art Glover's picture

It is a brilliant idea to do an "At Home" version of the TCM festival. TCM has been a welcome respite from the stress and uncertainty of COVID-19. This will be a great entertainment option for all movie lovers. I attended the festival for the first time in 2019. My husband and I had a blast! Thanks for all you do, TCM.

Janet Bernardino's picture

Unforgettable in the Great Ziegfeld, I am looking forward to the replay of her interview at age 100.

Kevin Gallaher's picture

Thank You TCM! I was scheduled to attend the festival for the first time this year. The understandable cancellation was disappointing, but the virtual festival this weekend was fantastic. Thank you for easing my heartache. See you next year!