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Frenzy: Hitchcock’s Last British Film

Alfred Hitchcock hails from the UK, but it wasn’t until he moved to the US early in his career that he truly gained fame. His first American film was Rebecca in 1940, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture. … Continue reading

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Remembering: Alfred Hitchcock

It’s a universal truth that Alfred Hitchcock is probably the most influential filmmaker in the history of cinema. I absolutely adore his films which, despite how old they are, have never dated. They’re a time capsule of brilliant cinematography. Early … Continue reading

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