Posts Tagged ‘Alfred Hitchcock’

Review: The Girl

— by FIANNA MacGREGOR — They say you should never meet your heroes. After having been a teaching assistant in a couple of Hitchcock classes, I feel like he was a hero of sorts. The Birds was one of the scariest films I had seen as a child but I admit that I was more […][...]

Trailer: The Girl

— by SHERICE ANTOINETTE — Yesterday, I wrote about Fox Searchlight’s trailer for “Hitchcock,” starring Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren and Scarlett Johansson. Coincidentally, another production about the famous suspense director, titled “The Girl,” will premiere on HBO Oct. 20. I[...]

65th Festival del film Locarno Begins

The 65th edition of the Festival del film Locarno will open Aug. 1. At the traditional Welcome Cocktail, President Marco Solari and Artistic Director Olivier Père will open this edition, in the presence of the numerous directors, actors and film professionals who are guests of the Festival. The ope[...]

Under Review: ‘Psycho’ 50th Anniversary Edition

— by MARIUSZ ZUBROWSKI — “Psycho” single-handedly destroyed Hollywood’s innocence. The film, helmed by the legendary Alfred Hitchcock and penned by Joseph Stefano, terrified audience members when it was released in 1960. However, unlike many films, it has stood the test[...]