HDNET MOVIES UNVEILS A MONTH-LONG LINEUP OF ACADEMY AWARD®-WINNING FILMS IN THE 3RD ANNUAL “AND THE OSCAR® GOES TO… PRESENTED BY RICHARD ROEPER,” AIRING 24/7 FROM FEBRUARY 1 THROUGH FEBRUARY 24

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HDNET MOVIES UNVEILS A MONTH-LONG LINEUP OF ACADEMY AWARD®-WINNING FILMS IN THE 3RD ANNUAL “AND THE OSCAR® GOES TO… PRESENTED BY RICHARD ROEPER,” AIRING 24/7 FROM FEBRUARY 1 THROUGH FEBRUARY 24 

 

Highlights Include APOCALYPSE NOW, NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN, SCHINDLER’S LIST, SOME LIKE IT HOT, WITNESS, a Sidney Poitier Birthday Block, & More 

 

Los Angeles – January 17, 2018 – HDNET MOVIES puts the spotlight on some of cinema’s most iconic, influential, and enduring Academy Award® winners in the third-annual “And The Oscar® Goes To… Presented By Richard Roeper” event—airing 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and featuring invaluable insight and entertaining introductions by noted film critic Richard Roeper. The monumental event begins on Friday, February 1, runs through the night of the 91st Academy Awards® Feb. 24 until the end of the month, Feb. 28.

The full 24-hour schedule is available here.

 

Highlights of the month-long lineup include the eight-time Oscar®-winning biopic GANDHI (Feb. 1); Steven Spielberg’s Best Picture and Best Director-winning Holocaust drama SCHINDLER’S LIST (Feb. 2); a pair of Vietnam War epics featuring Francis Ford Coppola’s APOCALYPSE NOW, and Oliver Stone’s Best Picture and Best Director-winner PLATOON (Feb. 6); The Coen Brothers’ acclaimed crime thriller NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN, starring Best Supporting Actor winner Javier Bardem (Feb. 8); and Jake Gyllenhaal and Heath Ledger in BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN, which earned Ang Lee his first Best Directing award (Feb. 16).

 

The month also features Kate Winslet and Jim Carrey in the 2004 favorite ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND (Feb. 18); a salute to the 64TH Anniversary of the Battle Of Iwo Jima with Clint Eastwood’s WWII opus LETTERS FROM IWO JIMA (Feb. 19); a birthday tribute to Sidney Poitier featuring THE DEFIANT ONES and Best Picture winner IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT (Feb. 20); musical masterpiece MOULIN ROUGE; an Oscar® Night comedy block featuring Jack Palance in CITY SLICKERS, and Spencer Tracy in IT’S A MAD MAD MAD MAD WORLD (Feb. 24); Martin Scorsese’s visionary 2011 adventure HUGO (Feb. 26); and Nicolas Cage in the Charlie Kaufman-penned comedy ADAPTATION (Feb. 9), among others.

 

HDNET MOVIES’ “And The Oscar® Goes To… Presented By Richard Roeper” Primetime Lineup is as follows (all times eastern):

Fri., February 1

HUGO (2011) – 6:50pE

GANDHI (1982) – 9pE

THE RIGHT STUFF (1983) – 12:15aE

Sat., February 2

APOCALYPSE NOW REDUX (1979) – 5:40pE

SCHINDLER’S LIST (1993) – 9pE

LETTERS FROM IWO JIMA (2006) – 12:20aE

Sun., February 3

THE MIRACLE WORKER (1962) – 7:10pE

PLATOON (1987) – 9pE

LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL (1997) – 11:05pE

Mon., February 4

THE COVE (2009) – 7:20pE

WOODSTOCK – 3 DAYS OF PEACE & MUSIC: THE DIRECTOR’S CUT (1970) – 9pE

THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY (1978) – 12:50aE

Tues., February 5

THE WOMAN IN RED (1984) – 7:30pE

REVERSAL OF FORTUNE (1990) – 9pE

THE UNTOUCHABLES (1987) – 11pE

Wed., February 6

SAYONARA (1957) – 6:30pE

APOCALYPSE NOW (1979) – 9pE

PLATOON (1987) – 11:30pE

Thurs., February 7

THE RED SHOES (1948) – 6:40pE

SLING BLADE (1996) – 9pE

GODS AND MONSTERS (1998) – 11:20pE

Fri., February 8

THE FORTUNE COOKIE (1966) – 6:50pE

NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN (2007) – 9pE

BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN (2005) – 11:05pE

Sat., February 9

ADAPATION (2002) – 7pE

THE DUCHESS (2008) – 9pE

ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND (2004) – 10:55pE

Sun., February 10

A PASSAGE TO INDIA (1984) – 6:15pE

HIGH NOON (1952) – 9pE

CAT BALLOU (1965) – 10:30pE

Mon., February 11

MARTY (1955) – 7:25pE

COME BACK, LITTLE SHEBA (1952) – 9pE

ELMER GANTRY (1960) – 10:45pE

Tues., February 12

TSOTSI (2005) – 7:20pE

WITNESS (1985) – 9pE

DEAD MAN WALKING (1995) – 10:55pE

Wed., February 13

SEPARATE TABLES (1958) – 7:15pE

THE BISHOP’S WIFE (1947) – 9pE

MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS (1974) – 10:55pE

Thurs., February 14

LOVE STORY (1970) – 7:15pE

SOME LIKE IT HOT (1959) – 9pE

YENTL (1983) – 11:05pE

Fri., February 15

THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH (1952) – 6:25pE

THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY (1978) – 9pE

CITY SLICKERS (1991) – 11pE

Sat., February 16

DEAD MAN WALKING (1955) – 6:55pE

THE UNTOUCHABLES (1987) – 9pE

BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN (2005) – 11:05pE

Sun., February 17

THE RIGHT STUFF (1983) – 5:45pE

GANDHI (1982) – 9pE

SLING BLADE (1996) – 12:15aE

Mon., February 18

THE BAREFOOT CONTESSA (1954) – 6:45pE

ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND (2004) – 9pE

ADAPTATION (2002) – 10:50pE

Tues., February 19

CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD (1986) – 6:55pE

LETTERS FROM IWO JIMA (2006) – 9pE

GODS AND MONSTERS (1998) – 11:25pE

Wed., February 20

CINEMA PARADISO (1989) – 6:55pE

THE DEFIANT ONES (1958) – 9pE

IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT (1967) – 10:40pE

Thurs., February 21

IRMA LA DOUCE (1963) – 6:35pE

MOULIN ROUGE (2001) – 9pE

FIDDLER ON THE ROOF (1971) – 11:05pE

Fri., February 22

EXODUS (1960) – 5:25pE

APOCALYPSE NOW REDUX (1979) – 9pE

MIDNIGHT EXPRESS (1978) – 12:20aE

Sat., February 23

WITNESS (1985) – 7:05pE

STALAG 17 (1953) – 9pE

NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN (2007) – 11:05pE

Sun., February 24

A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY OT THE FORUM (1966) – 7:15pE

CITY SLICKERS (1991) – 9pE

IT’S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (1963) – 10:55pE

 

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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