Live-Tweet Schedule: TCM Classic Film Festival 2020 Special Home Edition

Follow @CoupleClassic on Twitter for TCMFF 2020 Live-Tweets and More

Classic Film Fans! Join us on Twitter as @CoupleClassic live-tweets from the TCMClassic Film Festival 2020 Special Home Edition. We’ve made our TCMFF film-viewing selections and it’s a robust marathon!

As with past festivals, we are running the gamut across genres and have chosen to live-tweet a musical, a Western, a comedy, a Pre-Code, a noir, a drama, and a bonus Pre-Code as one of our favorite classic film genres. We’ll see you at the movies and plan to live-tweet the following films #TCMParty:

THURSDAY, APRIL 16
8:00 PM A Star is Born (1954)
Opening Night Film at the inaugural 2010 TCM Classic Film Festival, presented by Robert Osborne and Alec Baldwin.

FRIDAY, APRIL 17
8:30 AM She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949)
Introduced by Keith Carradine, at the 2016 TCM CFF.

5:45 PM Some Like It Hot (1959)
Presented at the 2010 TCM CFF with Tony Curtis in attendance.

SATURDAY, APRIL 18
9:15 AM Double Harness (1933)
Introduced at the 2016 TCM CFF, by James Cromwell, the son of director John Cromwell.

2:45 PM They Live by Night (1949)
Presented at the 2013 TCM CFF and introduced by Susan Ray, widow of director Nicholas Ray.

8:00 PM Casablanca (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.

SUNDAY, APRIL 19
2:00 PM Red-Headed Woman (1932)
Presented at and introduced by film historian and author Cari Beauchamp at the 2017 TCM CFF.

 

 

 

Kami Spangenberg

About Kami Spangenberg

Kami Spangenberg is one-half of Classic Couple. She loves classic movies and wants to share that passion with others. While it's hard to play favorites, films topping her all-time, must-see list are: Ball of Fire, His Girl Friday, Libeled Lady, My Sister Eileen, The Philadelphia Story, The Thin Man, The Shop Around the Corner and The Way We Were. Oh, and The Outlaw Josey Wales. She has attended the TCM Classic Film Festival six times and is looking forward to the 2020 TCM Festival Special Home Edition. She is honored to have her writing featured from time to time on TheFilmDetective.com. She also contributes content to IMDb.com to raise awareness of classic movies.

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