The Genius of Hitchcock at BFI (August-October)

24 Sep

Right now at the BFI South Bank (British Film Institute) they are showing all 58 surviving Alfred Hitchcock films ranging from the earlier classics such as 1927’s ‘The Ring’ (which was an inspiration for ‘The Artist’ 2011) all the way to his Hollywood greats such as ‘Vertigo’, ‘The Birds’ and of course ‘Psycho’. Throughout his career he never won a Best Director Oscar but his films earned him the title of ‘The Master of Suspense’. The festival celebrating his cinematic life will be running till October 31st and will be continuously playing his, the link below takes you to the BFI website where you can view the schedule of films and where you can book tickets to the films.


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