The annual TCM Classic Film Festival is returning this March with the 2015 theme, "History According to Hollywood." Think the Old West, Medieval England or Ancient Rome. The Hollywood magnates of the past brought all kinds of worlds to life on the big screen, and at the end of March this year, the TCM Classic Film Festival is bringing them back with screenings of some of the best in the business. The 2015 theme "History According to Hollywood" recalls the leniency Hollywood has taken over the years to recreate a historical timeline that appeals to the audience, but reinvents history a bit. This year's TCM Classic Film Festival will be hosted throughout the city at The Montalban Theatre, the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, TCL Chinese 6 Theatres, Egyptian Theatre and the TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX. This star-studded event is open to the public and will honor some of the most prestigious actors in the business. This year's recently announced recipient of a Hollywood square, Christopher Plummer will participate in a hand and foot ceremony during the event, while film luminaries Dustin Hoffman, Alec Baldwin, Spike Lee, and so many more will be in attendance. For any film buffs who are eager to see the best of the best, or relive the past, the TCM Classic Film Festival is a highlight of the year - and a spectacular ending to any awards season. Without the pressure of a gold statue at the end, reputable film and stage actors come together in Hollywood for a celebration that's all fun. Enjoy a piece of history during this classic film festival in LA and view - for the first time in history - fully restored editions of "Apollo 13," "Spartacus," "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," and "Steamboat Bill Jr."