Alfred Hitchcock

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English film director noted for his skill in creating suspense (1899-1980)

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3) Andrew Goldman interview of Tippi Hedren, "The Revenge of Alfred Hitchcock's Muse," New York Times, 5 October 2012.
Van Sant was met with howls of derision on the release of 1998's Psycho, his shot-for-shot remake of Alfred Hitchcock's legendary 1960 thriller.
It was Alfred Hitchcock's first colour film, also a first film shot in one take - it was never done before or since.
The dresses on display include an LBD (little black dress) worn by the actress in Alfred Hitchcock's 1954 classic 'Rear Window' and a gown from 'High Society,' the 1956 musical.
Since they've written all their scripts together--starting in 1990 with a short homage to Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds and continuing through their acclaimed first feature, Suture--directing together seemed natural as well.
Paige Martin and Justine Lynch are perfect as abstractions of Alfred Hitchcock's placidly complex film heroines, who meander through the mysterious life of sleuth/criminal/fall guy Greenberg.
Alfred Hitchcock's silky romantic thriller is an embarrassment of riches: an absorbing mystery played out by an accomplished cast, decorated with stuttering flashbacks, a melodramatic Miklos Rosza score and a bizarre dream sequence designed by Salvador Dali.
Taking its title from Alfred Hitchcock's 1945 thriller, which featured a two-minute dream sequence by Salvador Dali, "Spellbound" presented new works from ten British-based artists and film directors, including Peter Greenaway, Ridley Scott, Terry Gilliam, Eduardo Paolozzi, and, inevitably, Damien Hirst, celebrating "the extraordinary love affair between the two great visual art forms of the twentieth century.
The salute to the Gotham Awards continues on AMC on Wednesday, October 3 at 10:00 PM (ET), with REAR WINDOW (1954), Alfred Hitchcock's suspenseful homage to New York voyeurism.
Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo has been named the greatest film of all time, in a poll conducted by the British Film Institute's Sight and Sound magazine.
May 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Hailed as one of the most influential suspense movies of its time, Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho had a profound effect on how future filmmakers made movies and shaped audience expectations for generations to come.
Her second directorial effort, Remembrance, locates itself nicely alongside Alfred Hitchcock's The Thirty--Nine Steps and Jorge Luis Borges's short story "Funes the Memorious" in its exploration of the mysteries of memory.
In the final section, "Voiceland," tensions run higher as Vasks's score, recalling sound tracks by Bernard Herrmann for Alfred Hitchcock's thrillers, animates the dancers.
When director Gus Van Sant announced he was remaking Alfred Hitchcock's suspense masterpiece Psycho, the reaction wasn't what you'd expect.
com: "The Third Man," starring Joseph Cotten, Orson Welles and Trevor Howard (1949) and Alfred Hitchcock's thriller "The Man Who Knew Too Much" (1934).