Posts tagged ‘Alfred Hitchcock’
To Catch A Thief. 1955. USA. Alfred Hitchcock
These notes accompany the screenings of Alfred Hitchcock’s To Catch a Thief on August 1, 2, and 3 in Theater 3.
By 1955, Alfred Hitchcock was enjoying a level of celebrity never attained before or since by a movie director, with the possible exception of Cecil B. De Mille when he was hosting Lux Radio Theatre. Read more
I Confess. 1952. USA. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
These notes accompany the screenings of Alfred Hitchcock’s I Confess on May 30 and 31 and June 1 in Theater 3.
Alfred Hitchcock (1899–1980) has thus far been represented in our series by Blackmail (1929) and Notorious Read more
Blackmail. 1929. Great Britain. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
These notes accompany screenings of Alfred Hitchcock’s Blackmail, June 23, 24, and 25 in Theater 2.
Alfred Hitchcock (1899–1980) is the leading example of a commercially successful film director who never lost his taste for innovation and experimentation. He must be something of an anathema to those on the avant-garde fringes of film whose whole career may not attract the audiences that Psycho (1960) or The Birds (1963) could garner in a single day. Yet, his body of work remains extremely personal and unified in its vision of a precarious universe. Read more
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