Home Film Festivals / Expos / Conventions TCM CLASSIC FILM FESTIVAL RETURNS APRIL 6-APRIL 9, 2017


Join TCM Hosts, VIP guests and fellow classic movie fans from around the globe for the eighth annual TCM Classic Film Festival in Hollywood.

“A day without laughter is a day wasted,” said Charles Chaplin, and we at TCM concur. In 2017, the TCM Classic Film Festival explores COMEDY IN THE MOVIES.  From lowbrow to high, slapstick to sophisticated comedies of manners—we will showcase the greatest cinematic achievements of lone clowns, comedic duos and madcap ensembles.

The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel will again serve as our official hotel for the Festival, as well as the home of Club TCM—the central gathering point for attendees.

Passes for the 2017 TCM Classic Film Festival will go on sale to the public this November. To learn more about the 2017 TCM Classic Film Festival and for more information about booking accommodations at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, please click here.

We can’t wait to see you in Hollywood next April!

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