Alfred Hitchcock

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

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ADVISER: Alfred Hitchcock (left) and a US combat cameraman ADVISER: Alfred Hitchcock (left) and a US combat cameraman Inside story HOLOCAUST NIGHT WILL FALL Sat C4 9pm As the Allied forces liberated the Nazi concentration camps in January 1945, cameramen filmed the horrifying scenes they encountered.
Summing up one of his heroes, Ross says: "Sir Alfred Hitchcock travelled an awfully long way from Leytonstone High Road, propelled by talents that Britain couldn't ultimately contain.
Director Sacha Gervasi pays tribute to the iconic film-maker in this compelling biopic based on the book Alfred Hitchcock And The Making Of Psycho by Stephen Rebello.
Two readers will win a special movie prize pack including T-shirt, notebook and pen, film soundtrack, cup and saucer and a book on Alfred Hitchcock and the making of Psycho.
When I first heard that actor Toby Jones was to play the role of Alfred Hitchcock in The Girl, an HBO movie, I wondered what curse had been placed on him.
But as Alfred Hitchcock sculpted an unknown fashion model from Minnesota into the perfect blonde of his imagination, he became obsessed with the impossible dream of winning the real woman's love.
It takes place during the making of Hitchcock's seminal movie PSYCHO, widely regarded as one of the greatest films ever made and the subject of Stephen Rebello's highly praised book Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho, on which the film HITCHCOCK is based.
THE great Welsh-born Oscar-winning actor Sir Anthony Hopkins is soon to be seen in a film about the master film-maker Sir Alfred Hitchcock.
He was also one of the first directors to become a "celebrity" director through his introductions to the long-running TV series Alfred Hitchcock Presents and various publicity stunts.
Krohn, author of Hitchcock at Work,(2000) offers an introduction to the career of celebrated British filmmaker, Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980).
Other titles to keep in mind: ``Eddie Murphy -- Delirious,'' his very funny 1983 concert film; Paul Mazursky's odd 1973 romantic-comedy ``Blume in Love''; ``The Alfred Hitchcock Box Set'' of the great director's early works; and the charming family animated film ``The Last Unicorn.
THE Alfred Hitchcock thriller North By Northwest has topped a poll of the most stylish movies, edging out French flick Breathless.
As in the Alfred Hitchcock movie, "The Birds," birds have descended on aircraft hangars to hang out, to nest, and to breed.
Johan Grimonprez's new project Looking for Alfred, which centers on Alfred Hitchcock, is a work in progress.