Oscar winner Dustin Hoffman and Oscar-nominated filmmaker Spike Lee are the latest celebrities to be added to the star-studded lineup of the TCM Classic Film Festival in Hollywood March 26-29.
Hoffman will participate in an extended discussion with Alec Baldwin, former co-host of TCM's "The Essentials," following a screening of "Lenny," the 1974 Bob Fosse film featuring Hoffman's Oscar-nominated portrayal of controversial comedian Lenny Bruce.
Lee will present a screening of "Malcolm X," his 1992 drama starring Denzel Washington as the fiery civil rights activist.
The festival will also feature tributes to other artists.
Film editor Anne V. Coates will appear at screenings of her Oscar-winning work in "Lawrence of Arabia" and "Out of Sight."
Stuntman and stunt coordinator Terry Leonard will introduce and discuss two of his best-known films, "Raiders of the Lost Ark" and "The Wind and the Lion."