Oct 20

Voodoo Macbeth: The Play that Changed Everything

Before there was Citizen Kane (1941) there was Voodoo Macbeth, the theater production that brought Orson Welles into the spotlight. Performed in Harlem at the Lafayette Theater as part of the Negro Theatre Unit in New York, Voodoo Macbeth gave Welles the opportunity to direct Shakespeare’s Macbeth with an all-Black cast. Reimagined in a Haitian setting, Voodoo Macbeth […]

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Oct 16

TCM Club October 2022 Meeting

Our Triangle Classic Movie Club got together for a film discussion and a game of classic movie This or That. Afterward, several club members headed to a viewing of the TCM Big Screen Classics 55th anniversary screening of In the Heat of the Night. Classic Movie This or That Game Instructions for how to to […]

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Oct 10

TCM Documentary: High Noon on the Waterfront

In October 2022, Turner Classic Movies (TCM) explores the 75th anniversary of the Hollywood Blacklist and its impact on classic movies. Included in the programming, TCM airs the TCM Original Documentary High Noon on the Waterfront (2022), highlighting Carl Foreman screenwriter for High Noon (1952) and Elia Kazan director of On the Waterfront (1954). TCM primetime programming on Thursday, October 13, […]

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Oct 05

TCM Club September 2022 Meeting

Our club got together for a film discussion followed by the viewing of the Big Screen Classics – Poltergeist.

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Sep 22

The Idea of America: TCM September 23 Guest Hosts

This September, Turner Classic Movies (TCM) shines a light on The Idea of America, highlighting immigrants’ perceptions of The United States of America and what it means to be American, through the lens of the American movies they watched when they were young. Nine immigrants join TCM Primetime Host Ben Mankiewicz to discuss the movies that shaped their idea of the […]

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Sep 18

Exclusive Interview: VIVA HOLLYWOOD Author Luis I. Reyes

The latest book from renowned film historian, journalist and publicist Luis I. Reyes provides a comprehensive view of the stars, films, achievements, and influence of the Hispanic and Latino community in Hollywood history. VIVA HOLLYWOOD: The Legacy of Latin and Hispanic Artists in American Film (Turner Classic Movies (TCM)/ Running Press) highlights Latinx artists and […]

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Sep 17

TIFF Red Carpet with Lily Tomlin, Malcolm McDowell, Richard Roundtree, Paul Weitz and Mo Zelof

Moving On had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 13, 2022. Classic Couple was there to capture the red carpet arrival of the stars and director. All photos by Chris Chase for Classic Couple.

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Sep 17

Oprah Winfrey and Sidney Poitier’s Daughters Discuss New Documentary Sidney

Sidney, the new documentary about the life and career of legendary Hollywood actor Sidney Poitier, had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. On Sunday, September 11, 2022, broadcast journalist Gayle King hosted a panel discussion after the film screening for a packed house at the Royal Alexandra Theatre. Classic Couple was there […]

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Sep 15

The Idea of America: TCM September 16 Guest Hosts

This September, Turner Classic Movies (TCM) shines a light on The Idea of America, highlighting immigrants’ perceptions of The United States of America and what it means to be American, through the lens of the American movies they watched when they were young. Nine immigrants join TCM Primetime Host Ben Mankiewicz to discuss the movies […]

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Sep 13

Louis Armstrong’s Black & Blues: Perspectives from Filmmaker Sacha Jenkins

Louis Armstrong’s Black & Blues, the documentary film from director Sacha Jenkins, made its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, September 18, 18, 2022. Louis Armstrong kept meticulous records of his own life, including audio diaries that reveal the personal side of a public entertainer. Filmmaker Sacha Jenkins combines those archival recordings with […]

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