Category Archives: winning screenplays

Rear Window (1954): A Timely Feature — Reely Bernie

Quarantine. Lockdown. Shelter in place. No one would have guessed such dystopian, sci-fi concepts would become a reality for the last three months of our lives. L.B. “Jeff” Jefferies could empathize. He broke his leg and has been wheelchair-ridden in … Continue reading

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‘North by Northwest’: Another Riveting Alfred Hitchcock Film — Annlyel Online

I had never heard about North by Northwest until yesterday and boy was I riveted as I watched this movie that felt like it was yanking me in all sorts of directions. I love mysteries, I love thrillers, and this … Continue reading

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Film Friday: The Lady Vanishes — Zimmerbitch

I think it’s often the case when a film moves us and becomes a favourite, that we feel the pull, the magic, in our first viewing. The event becomes as memorable as the film. But there are exceptions. I can’t … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Of The Week: Sabotage (1936) — Wildfire Movies

Starring: Sylvia Sidney, Oskar Homolka, John Loder Director: Alfred Hitchcock Perhaps one of Hitchcocks lesser known movies, Sabotage is the story of a woman caught between her kind husband, the ring of spies he’s involves with and the handsome detective … Continue reading

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I Think Alfred Hitchcock Would Be Proud — Ann Art Gallery Blog

Alfred Hitchcock is one of my favorite movie Directors. He thought very differently than everyone else of his time and created a body of work that still stands for excellence many decades later. I heard this quote from him many … Continue reading

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IFG 10: Strangers on a Train (Alfred Hitchcock, 1951) — Oasis of Fear

Director: Alfred Hitchcock Cast: Farley Granger, Robert Walker, Ruth Roman Release Date: 30th June 1951 Trailer: IMDb Rating: 8.0 What the critics said: “Curiously contrasted characters and locales play their parts in the Hitchcock strategy, making for an enormously entertaining … Continue reading

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The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog by Alfred Hitchcock – A Movie That Defined The Thriller Genre — Libertas Nova

(Cover Image & Source: The Lodger @ FictionFan’s Book Reviews) …”The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog” is a 1927 British silent film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Marie Ault, Arthur Chesney, June Tripp, Malcolm Keen, and Ivor … Continue reading

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Watch “Alfred Hitchcock – Masters of Cinema (Complete Interview in 1972)” on YouTube — euzicasa

Alfred Hitchcock – Masters of Cinema (Complete Interview in 1972)” on YouTube via Watch “Alfred Hitchcock – Masters of Cinema (Complete Interview in 1972)” on YouTube — euzicasa

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L13FC: Cary Grant vs. Jimmy Stewart — Cindy Bruchman

Welcome back, friends, to the Lucky 13 Film Club. What are you doing to distract yourself while in lockdown? I watched a few Alfred Hitchcock films I had missed in an attempt to fill in some blindspots. After watching Suspicion … Continue reading

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ideas come from everything. — I didn’t have my glasses on….

on the occasion of one of my favorite director’s birthday happy alfred hitchcock day — “ideas come from everything.” -alfred hitchcock — image credit: afi via ideas come from everything. — I didn’t have my glasses on….

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