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Star Movies Select HD brings the Hollywood's Hall of Fame to you

Watch Films to See before You Die, Monday to Friday 9PM

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MUMBAI: There are some movies which remain etched in our memory for years, sometimes decades, after their release. They’re so iconic, that they become a pop-culture phenomenon surpassing timelines and generations. As a special treat this holiday season, Star Movies Select HD, the home of curated content, has put together a list of iconic movies that are a part of the Hollywood Hall of Fame. This is a list meant for connoisseurs of cinema. It’s a collection of unmissable movies that would be a bucket-list for any cinema lover. This is Star Movies Select HD’s Films to See before You Die.

In the third edition of the festival, we are bringing to screen some of the most iconic stories that adorn the Hollywood’s Hall of Fame. As always, Star Movies Select HD sets the benchmark for English movie curation for the entire category. Staying true to this standard, ‘Films to See Before You Die’ comprises films that have shaped the way Hollywood makes films. The festival will be home to some of most legends like Al Pacino, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Kate Winslet, Denzel Washington and immortal characters like Buzz Lightyear, Marty McFly, Nemo, Clementine and The Dude making this an unforgettable collection of “Films To See Before You Die”.

These aren’t just films- these are stories woven into the fabric of our lives. Memories, dialogues, emotions all that only garnered love from the audience but also got laurels at the Academy Awards. In order to bring these films to the audience, an elaborate cross media plan across TV and digital is planned that will highlight the essence and celebrate why these are the Films to See Before You Die. The team has created one of its kind Film Intros that will be available as a Playlist for all movie connoisseurs. A specially curated Instagram grid linking IGTV to showcase some never seen before content around these legendary stories.

As a connoisseur of cinematic masterpieces, Star Movies Select HD is committed to showcase some of the best stories to its viewers with “Films To See Before You Die”, every night Monday to Friday at 9PM

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