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Star Movies & Select HD TO AIR The Oscars on 27 Feb

MUMBAI: Star Movies and Star Movies Select HD will play host to the most awaited awards night of the year, The Oscars® which will air on 27 February live at 5:30 am with a repeat at 8:30 PM. In addition, the channels will be celebrating the month with film festivals that will showcase a marathon of Oscar® winning & Oscar® nominated movies as we anticipate the biggest night of Hollywood.

As part of the festival Star Movies has a unique line up, with each week of the festival dedicated to a different category - Best Director, Best Actor/Actress, Best Animation and Best Picture. From Alejandro Iñárritu’s breath-taking direction of The Revenant to Meryl Streep’s outstanding performance in The Devil Wear Prada, Star Movies will highlight the movies that truly bring out the best of the categories presented at the Academy Awards.

Star Movies Select HD will also feature a month long festival that will continue to stay true to its promise by bringing to consumers curated films that have received critical acclaim at the Academy Awards. This month every Mon to Friday television viewers will have their weekdays packed with an array of films that have won or been nominated in the Best Picture category of the Academy Awards at 7 PM till the 24th of February. From a classic film based on history ‘The Bridge on The River Kwai’, to the equally unnerving tale of a drummer in ‘Whiplash’, from the famous war movie ‘The Thin Red Line’ to the classics- ‘As Good As It Gets’ - Star Movies Select HD will feature something for everyone and much more.

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