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How to Festival 101: 2019 Edition

Whether you’ve joined us in past years or if this is your first time, the following information will help you make the most of your 2019 Festival experience.

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How-to: Festival Lines

To watch a video about how entry to Festival screenings works (excluding the Opening Night Red Carpet Gala presentation of WHEN HARRY MET SALLY….) please click here.

How do I line up for an event?

You should look for signs directing you to the appropriate queue at each venue based on your pass level. Please read the back of your pass for information on what access your pass does and does not provide. Spotlight passholders and VIPs have priority entry, followed by all other levels of passholders, then individual ticket holders. TCM recommends all passholders arrive at the venue a minimum of 30 minutes before the start of their desired show. For shows that may be particularly popular or those at smaller venues, you may want to arrive earlier. All Festival goers, including passholders, should get a queue number when they arrive at the screening venue. As a general rule, queue numbers are distributed one hour prior to show time. No queue numbers will be distributed prior to one hour before show time.

 

To watch a video about how entry to Festival screenings works (excluding the Opening Night Red Carpet Gala presentation of WHEN HARRY MET SALLY….) please click here.

Is there a Festival app available for the 2019 TCM Classic Film Festival?

Yes, available now, our free TCM Classic Film Festival app (available on iOS and Android devices) is your one-stop companion to everything going on at this year’s Festival. Our 2019 app allows you to see complete film descriptions and special guest bios, create your own custom schedule with alerts, get late breaking news and announcements, network with other Festival attendees, and see photo galleries, the Festival map, video recaps, movie trailers, and much more!

  • Click here to download from Google Play (Android).
  • Click here to download from the App Store (iOS).
Where can I get the latest updates about the TCM Classic Film Festival on social media?

Throughout the fest, follow #TCMFF on Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr for Festival-related announcements and updates, and tag your own tweets with #TCMFF so we can read about your experiences. Additionally, you can follow TCM on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to join the classic film conversation.

What time does the Red Carpet open for the Opening Night Gala presentation of WHEN HARRY MET SALLY… (1989) on Thursday, April 11?

The Opening Night Red Carpet will open at 4:45pm. The event will begin promptly at 6:30pm. Classic and Palace passholders are welcome to watch the Opening Night Red Carpet arrivals in a special spectator bleacher section reserved exclusively for passholders. Queue cards for the spectator section will distributed at the corner of N. Orange and Hollywood Blvd. by Madame Tussaud’s beginning at 3:45pm and seating will begin at 4:15pm.

Note that the passholder bleacher seating space is limited.

I am an Essential or Spotlight passholder. How do I get to the red carpet for the Opening Night screening of WHEN HARRY MET SALLY…(1989)?

Spotlight and Essential passholders attending the official Opening Night red carpet screening who will be coming from the official Welcome Party at the Hollywood Roosevelt should exit the hotel on Hollywood Boulevard, cross the street, and enter the red carpet near the Northeast corner of Hollywood Boulevard and N. Orange Avenue (near Madame Tussauds)

 

Spotlight and Essential passholders coming from the Hollywood & Highland parking deck should go to the second level of the complex and walk west past Sweet! and the Dolby Theatre entrances. Continue to the breezeway towards Orange Drive (go past the Starline Tours bus staging area). At N. Orange Drive turn left and proceed to the Northeast corner of N. Orange Drive and Hollywood Boulevard. Turn left at Hollywood Boulevard (at Madame Tussauds) and enter the red carpet.

How can I view the Hand & Footprint Ceremony with Billy Crystal on Friday, April 12?

4The event will begin promptly at 10:30am. There is a special spectator bleacher section and a standing room only viewing area reserved exclusively for passholders. The queue for these spectator sections will open at 9:30am and seating will begin at 10:00am.

Note that the passholder bleacher seating and standing room only viewing spaces are limited.

What Special Programming can I expect for the 2019 Festival?

The complete Special Programming schedule can be found by clicking here.

Are there any new any new venues for the 2019 Festival?

Yes! The 2019 TCM Classic Film Festival will feature one new venue, the Legion Theater at Post 43.

 

The Legion Theater at Post 43 is located at 2035 N Highland Ave.

 

Directions to the Legion Theater at Post 43 On Foot from the Hollywood Roosevelt:
Exit on Hollywood Blvd. and walk east (your right) one and a half blocks to N. Highland Avenue. Cross Hollywood Blvd. (toward the Hollywood & Highland Center) and continue north on N. Highland Avenue .4 mile (you will cross Franklin Avenue). Hollywood Post 43 is located on the west side (your left) of Highland Avenue. Plan on approx. 15-20 minutes travel time on foot.

In addition to traditional movie concessions, Post 43 will also have a selection of coffee/tea and pastries for morning screenings as well as a selection of box lunches. The iconic Post 43 bar downstairs, where the likes of Clark Gable and Humphrey Bogart drank, will also be open for cocktails at 6:30pm on Thursday, April 11 and at 4pm Friday, April 12-Sunday, April 14.

Information about this and other Festival venues can be found by clicking here.

Where can I get 2019 TCM Classic Film Festival Merchandise?

Be sure to stop by the TCM Boutique for official shirts, hats, mugs, bags, books, and much more! You’ll find the TCM Boutique inside SWEET! on the second floor of the Hollywood & Highland Center, conveniently located one flight up the escalator/stairs when heading to the Chinese 6 Theatres multiplex. Be sure to shop early as many items sell out quickly!

Festival Boutique hours:

Wed: 12pm-8pm

Thurs: 10am-8pm

Fri: 10am-9pm

Sat: 10am-9pm

Sun: 10am-8pm

When should I plan on arriving and departing the Festival?

For passholders who will be in town before the Festival officially begins on Thursday, April 11,  the Festival Box Office will be open for Will Call and Festival program and gift bag pick up (for Essential and Spotlight passholders) in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel from 2:00pm – 4:00pm on Wednesday, April 10.

 

For Spotlight, Essential and Classic passholders: Festival programming will officially kick off at 1:00pm on Thursday, April 11, with Meet TCM, a panel discussion at Club TCM located in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. There will also be a passholder welcome reception from 5:00pm to 7:00pm in Club TCM.

 

For Palace passholders: while your official eligible screenings will begin at 9:00am on Friday, April 12, you are welcome to watch the Opening Night Red Carpet arrivals from a special bleacher section and viewing area reserved exclusively for Festival passholders of every level. Please note: bleacher seating is limited. Palace passholders are also welcome to purchase individual tickets for evening screenings (not including the Opening Night screening, poolside screening or Club TCM events) on Thursday, April 11.

 

The last official Festival events will begin in the evening on Sunday, April 14. We recommend that those of you who are traveling to Los Angeles for the Festival book your return travel for Monday, April 15.

 

The Festival schedule is available by clicking here.

What should I plan on wearing at the Festival?

For those attending the Opening Night Red Carpet Gala premiere of WHEN HARRY MET SALLY… (1989) (Spotlight and Essential passholders) and/or the Gala Party (Spotlight Passholders), we strongly recommend cocktail attire. Cocktail attire typically means a suit or cocktail dress.

 

For all other events, attendees should dress comfortably and prepare for changes in temperature when moving from inside to outside of Festival venues. While Los Angeles has a generally warm, sunny climate, it can get cool in the evening. We recommend you bring a light jacket or windbreaker just in case.

How do you recommend I get from the airport to the Festival?

If you don’t plan on renting a car, we recommend you take a cab, shuttle or private car service.

 

Cab fare is approximately $80.00- $100.00 from LAX. Normally, the travel time to the Hollywood and Highland area is approximately 45 minutes, but depending on traffic conditions, it could take much longer and cost more. We suggest that you direct the driver to take La Cienega Boulevard rather than the freeway.

 

Cab fare is approximately $50.00-$70.00 from the Burbank airport. Normally, the travel time to the Hollywood and Highland area is approximately 30 minutes, but again, depending on traffic conditions, could take much longer and cost more.

 

Shuttle services are also available and typically cost $20.00 or less. However, travel by shuttle can be significantly longer than when travelling by taxi. Many of these shuttle services accept, but often don’t require, advance reservations. We recommend that you contact your hotel to see if they have their own shuttle or, if not, which shuttle service they recommend.

 

There is also a bus service launched by Los Angeles city officials called the Flyaway bus services that runs between LAX and Hollywood. The service runs hourly from 5:15am – 10:15pm daily, and fare is $8.00 one way. Visit www.lawa.org for more details.

 

Private car services are also available but could cost more than the other options. If you’d like to hire a private car service, we recommend you contact your hotel to see which service they recommend.

 

Independent ride-share services, such as Lyft and Uber are also widely used in the Los Angeles area. Rates for Uber and Lyft vary greatly by city, the time of day you ride, and the type of service you pick. For more information, or to sign up for an account, see their websites at https://www.uber.com/ or https://www.lyft.com/.

I’m driving to the Festival. Where do I park?

Those attending the Festival screenings at the TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX and the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres may park in the garage at the Hollywood & Highland Center.

 

  • Parking fees are $3 for up to 2 hours with validation from participating Hollywood & Highland shops, restaurants. $3 for up to 4 hours with a parking validation from the TCL Chinese Theatre or TCL Chinese 6 Theatres Multiplex. $2 for every 20 minutes after ($6 per hour). Daily maximum is $17. The parking structure is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They recommend keeping ticket stubs with you in case they don’t accept validation, the ticket stub will work as proof and get the discounted parking rates.

 

Those attending the Festival screening at the Arclight Cinerama Dome may park in the lot adjacent to the theater with entrances on Ivar Avenue and DeLongpre Avenue.

 

  • Parking Fees are $3.00 for up to 4 hours with validation from the ArcLight theater. $2.00 for each additional 15 minutes thereafter. Daily parking maximum is $14.00

 

Those attending the Festival screenings at the Egyptian Theatre may park in the lot south of Hollywood Blvd. There are attended Grant & Classic parking lots on McCadden Place and on Las Palmas. Parking validation is not available to Egyptian Theatre customers.

 

  • Parking is $10.00-$20.00 flat rate maximum. There is often $5.00 parking in area lots a block east of the Egyptian. Always verify if you are paying a flat rate or hourly before parking.

 

Those attending the Festival screenings at the Legion Theater at Post 43 may park in Post 43’s private parking lot located at the rear of the building. This lot is accessible via the driveway on N. Highland Ave.

 

  • Parking is $15 flat rate per entry with no in/out privilege.

 

Information about Festival venues, including venue addresses, can be found by clicking here.

Where and when can I pick up my pass(es) and program and/or gift bag?

Will Call passes, gift bags (for Essential and Spotlight passholders) and Festival programs will be available for pick up in the Academy Room located on the 2nd floor of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel located at 7000 Hollywood Blvd. beginning on Wednesday, April 10, from 2:00pm-4:00pm PT and on Thursday, April 11, from 10:00am-6:00pm PT. Passholders arriving after Thursday, April 11 may pick up their pass(es), programs and gift bags (for Essential and Spotlight passholders) at the Information Desk located in the main lobby of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Only one Festival program and one gift bag (for Essential and Spotlight passholders) per pass will be issued per passholder.

 

Our Media Office and Operations Headquarters will also be located at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.

I understand seating isn’t guaranteed. Why is that again?

In order to give passholders as much flexibility as possible in attending the events they most want to attend, TCM decided that passholders shouldn’t have to pick their events ahead of time. With this system, if you change your mind about what event to attend, just queue in front of that theater.

 

Since it is possible that the number of passholders who want to attend a particular event could exceed the number of seats available at any one venue; we cannot guarantee passholders a seat at every event.

 

Passholders who queue a minimum of 30 minutes prior to show time stand an excellent chance of attending most of their desired events, particularly at larger venues like the TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX and Egyptian Theatre. Those who arrive at the venue less than 30 minutes before show time may have more difficulty gaining entry depending on the size of the venue and the type of pass. If there is a specific program you consider a “must-see” event, particularly at the smaller capacity venues, you may want to arrive at the venue earlier. Individual tickets will be sold only after the queued passholders have entered the venue. It’s helpful to have a back-up plan in case you are not able to get into a particularly popular event. We will also be offering repeat screenings of some films in the TBA programming spots on the schedule. As a general rule, queue numbers are distributed one hour prior to show time. No queue numbers will be distributed prior to one hour before show time.

 

The exception to the seating policy is the Opening Night screening of WHEN HARRY MET SALLY… (1989), which guarantees seating for Essential and Spotlight passholders.

Won’t there be a mad rush into the theater once the doors open?

We use a line system that helps ensure those who queue first for screenings (depending on pass level) get into the theater first. To ensure fairness and uphold the first come, first served wait line policy of the Festival, all screening venues utilize numbered paper “Queue Cards.” These Queue Cards are distributed at each venue to better control entry and to determine as quickly as possible when a show is expected to sell out. All Festival goers should get a Queue Card when they arrive at the screening venue. Only one Queue Card will be issued per person present per event and the saving of places in line is prohibited. Once you get your queue number, your place in the entry order is secure; however, you must be present when your queue number is called, or you will forfeit your place in line. Please remember, Queue Cards are not tickets and do not guarantee entry. As a general rule, queue numbers are distributed one hour prior to show time. No queue numbers will be distributed prior to one hour before show time.

 

To watch a video about how entry to Festival screenings works (excluding the Opening Night Red Carpet Gala presentation of WHEN HARRY MET SALLY….) please click here.

How do you handle the seating for attendees in wheelchairs or with other special seating needs?

It is our goal to ensure all attendees have a safe and enjoyable experience at the TCM Classic Film Festival. The TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX, TCL Chinese 6 Theatres, the Egyptian Theatre, the Legion Theater at Post 43 and other Festival venues, including the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, are wheelchair accessible and ADA compliant venues.

 

If you have special seating needs, please notify the venue manager immediately after getting your Queue Card for that event. In instances when the number of guests with wheelchairs or other seating needs exceeds the designated accessible spaces, venue managers will address these instances on a case-by-case basis.

How can I get individual tickets to events?

After queued passholders have been seated, open seats will be sold on a first come, first served and cash only basis at individual venue box offices and just prior to the individual program start time. Individual tickets are $20 for general audiences, $10 with valid student I.D. for most events. Individual tickets are $30 for general audiences, $15 with valid student I.D. for the official closing night presentation of GONE WITH THE WIND (1939). Those arriving a minimum of 30 minutes prior to their desired show, particularly at larger venues or late evening screenings, stand an excellent chance of attending many of their desired screenings. For events at smaller venues you may want to arrive earlier. As a general rule, queue numbers are distributed one hour prior to show time. No queue numbers will be distributed prior to one hour before show time.

 

Please note: No individual tickets will be sold for WHEN HARRY MET SALLY… (1989), the Hand and Footprint Ceremony for Billy Crystal, poolside screenings, or Club TCM.

 

To watch a video about how entry to Festival screenings works (excluding the Opening Night Red Carpet Gala presentation of WHEN HARRY MET SALLY….) please click here.

Can I purchase advance tickets for a particular screening?

As the number of individual screening tickets available is dependent on the number of passholders that attend a particular screening, individual screening tickets cannot be purchased in advance.

What happens if I’m running late to a movie?

As a courtesy to all Festival goers and our special presenters and guests, TCM strongly discourages late seating for screenings. The seating of guests once the event has begun will be at the discretion of the venue manager.

Can I keep my seat for consecutive shows?

Festival attendees may not “sit through” consecutive shows. At the end of each event, attendees must clear the venue and re-enter with any queued audiences before the start of the next event.

What are the TBA Screenings?

These are screening slots that will be announced during the Festival dates; updated information can be found at the venue box offices, Information Desk, the Festival website (www.tcm.com/festival), Festival social media outlets, and the Festival App.

What is the etiquette for approaching celebrity guests for autographs and/or pictures?

We understand the desire to approach a favorite celebrity to ask for an autograph or picture. However, here are a few things to keep in mind before approaching celebrity guests at the Festival:

 

  1. Given the full event schedule at the Festival we request that you not approach the stage before or after an interview.
  2. There will be signs posted throughout the Festival clearly stating the photography rules of a particular venue or event. If you have any doubts, simply ask a Festival Staff member.
  3. Some special guests may have scheduled book signing sessions. Be sure to check the Festival pocket guide or check at the Information Desk at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel for the schedule.
  4. Celebrities are people too! They need to eat, talk on the phone, get from point A to point B quickly, and watch films just like we, their fans, do. A good rule of thumb is not to approach them while they are occupied or do anything you might find intrusive yourself.
Are there any age restrictions at the Festival?

There are a few Festival events and areas that are age restricted.

  1. The Opening Night Gala party is restricted to Spotlight passholders age 21 and up.
  2. All Club TCM events are restricted to individuals age 13 and up.
  3. We regret that children under age 4 may not attend any Festival event.
Where do I eat?

Even the most die-hard movie fans need a break from popcorn! There are dozens of eating establishments within the Festival footprint, including along Hollywood Blvd. and the Hollywood & Highland Center, ranging from fast food to fine dining. There are also grocery stores within a few blocks from the main Festival venues. The restaurant next to the Egyptian Theatre, The Pig N’ Whistle will offer a 15% discount to Festival passholders (excluding To-Go orders).

The restaurants 25 Degrees, Public Kitchen & Bar, Teddy’s and the Tropicana Bar and Cafe are located in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel and offer a 10% discount on food purchases (excluding alcohol) to Festival passholders. (BARS ONLY in the Roosevelt: The Spare Room and Library Bar will not offer a discount). For more information, please click here.

In addition to traditional movie concessions, Post 43 will also have a selection of coffee/tea and pastries for morning screenings as well as a selection of box lunches. The iconic Post 43 bar downstairs, where the likes of Clark Gable and Humphrey Bogart drank, will also be open for cocktails at 6:30pm on Thursday, April 11 and at 4pm Friday, April 12-Sunday, April 14.

 

Are there any passholder discounts to Hollywood restaurants and attractions?

TCM has partnered with several companies to provide discounted rates for Festival passholders. For complete details on how to take advantage of these discounted opportunities, click here.

I have a Palace pass. Does my pass allow me to attend events prior to April 12 or at any venues other than the TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX, the Egyptian Theatre, or poolside screenings at the Hollywood Roosevelt?

While official Palace-eligible screenings will begin at 9:00am on Friday, April 12, you are welcome to watch the April 11 Opening Night Red Carpet arrivals from a special bleacher section and viewing area reserved exclusively for Festival passholders of every level. The queue for this section will begin at 3:45pm and seating will begin at 4:15pm. Please note: bleacher seating is limited.

 

As there will be no screening event in the TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX during the handprint ceremony for Billy Crystal the morning of Friday, April 12, Palace passholders are eligible to attend the Friday, April 12 screening of CINERAMA’S RUSSIAN ADVENTURE (1966) at the Arclight Cinerama Dome.

 

Palace passes may not be used for entry to any Festival screening on Thursday, April 11 or any event at the TCL Chinese Multiplex, Club TCM, or at the new venue the Legion Theater at Post 43. We encourage Palace passholders to purchase individual tickets for screenings at these venues, when available.

Is there complimentary internet access at TCM Classic Film Festival venues?

The TCM Classic Film Festival and the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel are happy to announce complimentary daily internet access as a sign of appreciation for Festival attendees lodging at our host hotel.

VENUE CAPACITIES:

To assist you with planning your Festival schedule, here is information on the seating capacity for each Festival venue:

 

TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX…………………..916

The Egyptian Theatre……………………………616

TCL Chinese 6 Theatres, House #1………448

TCL Chinese 6 Theatres, House #6……..266

The Cinerama Dome…………………………….834

The Legion Theater at Post 43……………..484

How do I get to the ArcLight Cinerama Dome?

The ArcLight Cinerama Dome is located at 6360 Sunset Blvd.

 

ON FOOT FROM THE HOLLYWOOD ROOSEVELT: Walk east on Hollywood Blvd. from the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel one block. Then go south (right) on N. Highland Avenue for three blocks. Then turn east (left) on Sunset Blvd. and walk approximately .6 of mile. The ArcLight Cinerama Dome will be on your right. From the hotel, plan on approx. 25-30 min travel time by foot.

 

VIA METRO: Use the subway ($1.75 each way). Take the Red subway line at the Hollywood/Highland station, and head east towards Union Station one stop to the Hollywood/Vine station. Exit subway and go south on Vine Street for two blocks. Cross Sunset Blvd. and turn west (right) on Sunset Blvd. and walk 1.5 blocks. The ArcLight Cinerama Dome will be on your left. If taking the Metro for your return trip from the Hollywood /Vine Station you should take the train towards Universal City off at exit at the Hollywood/Highland station.

How do I get to the Legion 43 Theater at Post 43?

The Legion Theater at Post 43 is located at 2035 N Highland Ave.

 

ON FOOT FROM THE HOLLYWOOD ROOSEVELT: Exit on Hollywood Blvd. and walk east (your right) one and a half blocks to N. Highland Avenue. Cross Hollywood Blvd. (toward the Hollywood & Highland Center) and continue north on N. Highland Avenue .4 mile (you will cross Franklin Avenue). Hollywood Post 43 is located on the west side (your left) of Highland Avenue. Plan on approx. 15-20 minutes travel time on foot.

FESTIVAL VENUE ADDRESSES:

Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel

7000 Hollywood Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90028

1-800-950-7667

www.hollywoodroosevelt.com

 

TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX

6925 Hollywood Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90028

323-464-6266

http://www.chinesetheatres.com

 

TCL Chinese 6 Theatres

6801 Hollywood Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90028

323-464-6266

http://www.chinesetheatres.com

 

Egyptian Theatre

6712 Hollywood Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90028-4605

323-461-2020

http://egyptiantheatre.com/

 

The Legion Theater at Post 43

2035 N Highland Dr.

Los Angeles, CA 90068

323-851-3030

Capacity: 484

http://www.hollywoodpost43.org/

 

The Arclight Cinerama Dome

6360 Sunset Boulevard

Hollywood, CA 90028

(323) 466-3401

Capacity: 868

https://www.arclightcinemas.com

SAFETY AND SECURITY:

As many Festival guests may be unfamiliar with how to react during an earthquake, we wanted to share a few tips regarding safety. In the unlikely event of an earthquake, please follow these guidelines:

 

If you are inside a building, stay inside. Do not rush for the doorways or leave the building. If you are outside, stay outside and move away from buildings.

 

Drop-Cover-Hold On. To reduce chance of injury, cover your neck and head, and stay low to the ground, to avoid falling.

 

Listen for instructions and guidance from the theater operations team and security team in each venue. They are familiar with the exit routes for each venue.

 

Should an emergency arise that necessitates a medic, please be aware that the operations team is ready and able to assist with getting a medic or ambulance for immediate assistance.

 

Turner takes the safety and security of our guests seriously. TCM security team members may occasionally, throughout the Festival, conduct “Bag Checks” at selected venues and events. This measure is to take the appropriate precautions necessary to keep our events safe. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

 

While Hollywood Blvd. is generally busy and safe to walk, we encourage Festival goers to maintain a sense of their surroundings. Like any major city, we encourage passholders to walk with a companion when walking at night.

 

Past Festival attendees will also be familiar with the colorful characters, many of them costumed that populate Hollywood Blvd. Please note that while it is prohibited by law for these characters to solicit tips, it is customary to tip these individuals if you take photos with and/or of them.

SCHEDULE CHANGES/ ADDITIONS:

Please note that any up-to-the-minute changes of schedule or announcements of additional programs, such as TBA screenings, will be communicated on a daily basis during the Festival, at the Festival Information Desk in the Roosevelt Hotel and at venue box offices. The Information Desk hours on Wednesday, April 10, 12:00pm-4:00pm, Thursday, April 11, 10:00am-7:00pm; Friday & Saturday, April 12-13 8:00am to 8:00pm; and Sunday, April 14, 8:00am to 6:00pm. (This is also where Lost & Found will be located.)

 

In addition, please keep checking the Festival website for information and updates (or to download our free Festival mobile app). If you have further questions, please visit the Information Desk or the venue box offices, or locate one of the many friendly Festival staffers wearing “STAFF” T-shirts. Don’t be shy, as we’re there to help make the 2019 TCM Classic Film Festival the ultimate film lover’s experience.

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