HDNET MOVIES ANNOUNCES THE COMPLETE SCHEDULE FOR 32 DAYS OF NOTHING BUT OSCAR®-WINNING FILMS BEGINNING FEB. 1 FOR THE SECOND ANNUAL ‘AND THE OSCAR® GOES TO… PRESENTED BY RICHARD ROEPER’

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HDNET MOVIES ANNOUNCES THE COMPLETE SCHEDULE FOR 32 DAYS OF NOTHING BUT OSCAR®-WINNING FILMS BEGINNING FEB. 1 FOR THE SECOND ANNUAL ‘AND THE OSCAR® GOES TO PRESENTED BY RICHARD ROEPER’

The Unprecedented Movie Event Runs 24 Hours a Day, Putting the Spotlight on 75 Oscar®-winning films Including BIRDMAN, ALL THE PRESIDENT’S MEN, THERE WILL BE BLOOD, BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S, NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN, and Many More

Los Angeles – January 12, 2018 – HDNET MOVIES counts down to Hollywood’s biggest night with an award-winning lineup in the second-annual “And The Oscar® Goes To Presented By Richard Roeper” event—featuring nothing but Oscar®-winning films 24 hours a day, uncut and commercial-free from Sunday, Feb. 1 through Sunday, March 4, the evening of the 90TH Academy Awards®. The epic 75-film event will once again be hosted by acclaimed film critic Richard Roeper, who will guide viewers on a comprehensive journey featuring some of cinema’s finest works and most legendary stars.

The awards season line-up puts the spotlight on a wide variety of eras, genres, and categories, featuring Best Picture winners such as NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN (Feb. 2), BIRDMAN (Feb. 9), BRAVEHEART (Feb. 18), and THE STING (Feb. 25); Best Actress winners Susan Sarandon in DEAD MAN WALKING (Feb. 2), Hillary Swank in MILLION DOLLAR BABY (Feb. 11), and Barbra Streisand in FUNNY GIRL (Feb. 23); Best Actor winners William Holden in STALAG 17 (Feb. 6), Daniel Day-Lewis in THERE WILL BE BLOOD (Feb. 9), and Humphrey Bogart in THE AFRICAN QUEEN (Feb. 26); and a pair of historic Best Director winners featuring Kathryn Bigelow—the first woman to win the award—for THE HURT LOCKER (Feb. 26) and Ang Lee—the first Taiwanese man to win the award—for BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN (Feb. 18).

Other highlights include multiple award-winner ALL THE PRESIDENT’S MEN (March 2); Best Supporting Actor winners George Clooney in SYRIANA (Feb. 1) and Christian Bale in THE FIGHTER (Feb. 27); James Cameron’s Best Visual Effects-winning sci-fi opus THE ABYSS (Feb. 15); Al Gore’s timely Best Documentary feature AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH (Feb. 17); Francis Ford Coppola’s visionary adaptation BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA, winner of Best Costume, Best Makeup, and Best Sound Effects (Feb. 4); and Best Supporting Actress phenom Tatum O’Neal, the youngest winner in Oscar® history, in PAPER MOON (Feb. 5), among many others.

The primetime schedule for HDNET MOVIES’ “And The Oscar® Goes To… Presented By Richard Roeper” Lineup is as follows (all times eastern) and at the following link: hdnetmovies.com/oscars-schedule.

Thursday, Feb. 1

SYRIANA (2005) – 5:50pE

BRAVEHEART (1995) – 8pE

THE MADNESS OF KING GEORGE (1994) – 11pE

Friday, Feb. 2

THE HURT LOCKER (2008) – 5:45pE & 12:10aE

NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN (2007) – 8pE

DEAD MAN WALKING (1995) – 10:05pE

Saturday, Feb. 3

CRASH (2004) – 6pE

TRAFFIC (2000) – 8pE

THE DESCENDANTS (2011) – 10:30pE

Sunday, Feb. 4

BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA (1992) – 5:50pE

THE AGE OF INNOCENCE (1993) – 8pE

RESTORATION (1995) – 10:20pE

Monday, Feb. 5

PAPER MOON (1973) – 6:10pE

ORDINARY PEOPLE (1980) – 8pE

SAVE THE TIGER (1973) – 10:05pE

Tuesday, Feb. 6

A PASSAGE TO INDIA (1984) – 5:10pE

LETTERS FROM IWO JIMA (2006) – 8pE

STALAG 17 (1953) – 10:25pE

Wednesday, Feb. 7

BREAKING AWAY (1979) – 6:15pE

BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN (2005) – 8pE

WITNESS (1985) – 10:20pE

Thursday, Feb. 8

A STAR IS BORN (1976) – 5:35pE

BLACK SWAN (2010) – 8pE

ALL THAT JAZZ (1979) – 9:50pE

Friday, Feb. 9

THERE WILL BE BLOOD (2007) – 5:20pE

BIRDMAN (2014) – 8pE

SUNSET BLVD. (1950) – 10pE

Saturday, Feb. 10

THE STING (1973) – 5:45pE

NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN (2007) – 8pE

THE UNTOUCHABLES (1987) – 10:05pE

Sunday, Feb. 11

THE HURT LOCKER (2008) – 5:45pE

THE FIGHTER (2010) – 8pE

MILLION DOLLAR BABY (2004) – 10pE

Monday, Feb. 12

THE BAREFOOT CONTESSA (1954) – 5:45pE

THE DESCENDANTS (2011) – 8pE

ALICE DOESN’T LIVE HERE ANYMORE (1974) – 10pE

Tuesday, Feb. 13

SUMMER OF ‘42 (1971) – 6:15pE

SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN (2012) – 8pE

THANK GOD IT’S FRIDAY (1978) – 9:30pE

Wednesday, Feb. 14

DAY FOR NIGHT (1973) – 6pE

ROMEO & JULIET (1968) – 8pE

BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S (1961) – 10:20pE

Thursday, Feb. 15

THE FIGHTER (2010) – 6pE

THE UNTOUCHABLES (1987) – 8pE

THE ABYSS (1989) – 10:05pE 

Friday, Feb. 16

MASH (1970) – 6pE

THE PIANIST (2002) – 8pE

MY LEFT FOOT (1989) – 10:35pE

Saturday, Feb. 17

AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH (2006) – 6:20pE

THERE WILL BE BLOOD (2007) – 8pE

SYRIANA (2005) – 10:40pE

Sunday, Feb. 18

BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN (2005) – 5:40pE

BRAVEHEART (1995) – 8pE

BIRDMAN (2014) – 11pE

Monday, Feb. 19

YENTL (1983) – 5:45pE

HIGH NOON (1952) – 8pE

THE BIG COUNTRY (1958) – 9:30pE

Tuesday, Feb. 20

THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH (1952) – 5:25pE

CRASH (2004) – 8pE

WITNESS (1985) – 10pE

Wednesday, Feb. 21

KLUTE (1971) – 6pE

MILLION DOLLAR BABY (2004) – 8pE

MARTY (1955) – 10:15pE

Thursday, Feb. 22

OUT OF AFRICA (1985) – 5:15pE

BIRDMAN (2014) – 8pE

BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN (2005) – 10pE

Friday, Feb. 23

PLACES IN THE HEART (1984) – 6pE

BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S (1961) – 8pE

FUNNY GIRL (1968) – 10pE

Saturday, Feb. 24

THE CONSTANT GARDENER (2005) – 5:45pE

LETTERS FROM IWO JIMA (2006) – 8pE

STALAG 17 (1953) – 10:25pE

Sunday, Feb. 25

THE STING (1973) – 5:45pE

BLACK SWAN (2010) – 8pE

THE DESCENDANTS (2011) – 9:50pE

Monday, Feb. 26

THE AFRICAN QUEEN (1951) – 6:10pE

THE HURT LOCKER (2008) – 8pE

CRASH (2004) – 10:15pE

Tuesday, Feb. 27

TRAFFIC (2000) – 5:30pE

THE FIGHTER (2010) – 8pE

MILLION DOLLAR BABY (2004) – 10pE

Wednesday, Feb. 28

HIGH NOON (1952) – 6:30pE

THERE WILL BE BLOOD (2007) – 8pE

BRAVEHEART (1995) – 10:40pE

Thursday, March 1

CAT BALLOU – 6:20pE

SHAMPOO – 8pE

THE PIANO – 9:55pE 

Friday, March 2

THE LAST PICTURE SHOW – 6pE

ALL THE PRESIDENT’S MEN – 8pE

THE CANDIDATE – 10:20pE

Saturday, March 3

THE FISHER KING – 5:40pE

THE KILLING FIELDS – 8pE

DOG DAY AFTERNOON – 10:25pE

Sunday, March 4

THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY – 6pE

CITY SLICKERS – 8pE

THE RIGHT STUFF – 10pE

ABOUT HDNET MOVIES

HDNET MOVIES showcases the best in box office hits, award-winning films and memorable movie marathons, uncut and commercial free. Launched in 2003 by visionary entrepreneur Mark Cuban, the linear TV network and VOD service programs a diverse slate of top Hollywood films in beautiful high definition. HDNET MOVIES is widely distributed by major cable, telco and satellite TV providers in the U.S. For further information, visit www.hdnetmovies.com.

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