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  • First Golden Eye Award goes to “Allende, mi abuelo Allende” by Marcia Tambutti, a film about her grandfather, Salvador Allende
    'Golden Eye' documentary award established at 68th Cannes Film Festival
    The L’Oeil d’Or award (The Golden Eye Award)was initiated by the Civil Society of Multimedia Authors (SCAM) and President Julie Bertuccelli as a new prize for documentary film. The first award was presented at the Cannes Film Festival...
  • Vertigo San Francisco
    Movie essentials: Vertigo
    Upon release, Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo (1958)was deemed a commercial and critical failure. It was not as dramatic as Rear Window (1954) nor as surrealist as Spellbound (1945). It took years before it achieved its status as a masterpiece, but...
  • Cast of Bates: An 80s Musical Psycho Parody
    Mother May I!
    With so many storefront theaters and comedy clubs jostling for your tears/laughter/peed pants in Chicago*, it’s a constant struggle for any company to develop an identity to call its own. With the Public House Theatre, the modus operandi...
  • Ben Affleck
    Ben Affleck and David Fincher team up again for Hitchcock remake
    Ben Affleck and David Fincher are teaming up again to remake an Alfred Hitchcock classic, "Strangers on a Train." According to the Jan. 13 reports from Variety and Deadline, Warner Bros. announced that Ben Affleck will be starring and...
  • Gone Girl
    Gone, gone, girl
    Gone Girl: Rated “R“ (2 hours, 25 minutes) Starring: Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, Missi Pyle, Kim DickensDirected by: David FincherAh, life in suburbia. On the day of his fifth wedding anniversary, Nick Dunne ...
  • Web series:  'The Inn' a spooky and mysterious joyride
    Web series: 'The Inn' a spooky and mysterious joyride
    “The Inn” is a place you do not belong. It is shrouded in mystery and spooky things happen to guests who check into it. Veteran of daytime soap operas and web series, Crystal Chappell stars as Jane, a disturbed woman who's car...
  • Le Confessionnal
    'Le Confessionnal' kicks off Robert Lepage series at TIFF Bell Lightbox
    Quebec City is an old town with architecture dating back to 1608 when it was first founded by Champlain, and it's the setting for "Le Confessionnal". "Le Confessionnal", by Robert Lepage, marks the first movie in the Lepage...
  • Hitchcock Film Fest Poster 2014
    'Make it a Birds Weekend' in Bodega Bay for Hitchcock Film Fest and Gala
    "Stay & play" atBodega Bay Lodge & Spa,"Wine Surf" on Gourmet au Bay'swaterfront deck...and "Make it a Bird's Weekend" - that's the message in the March 5 California Living™ press...
  • Spring screenings are around the corner for Chicagoans in Lakeview
    Spring screenings are around the corner for Chicagoans in Lakeview
    Special screenings, film series and restored prints are among the Music Box Theatre’s spring schedule lineup which begins with ELAINE STRITCH: SHOOT ME on March 7 and PARTICLE FEVER on March 14.On March 8, the Second Saturday Silent Cinema...
  • Dinner and a Show: Cary Grant's Oven-Barbecued Chicken and 'Notorious'
    Dinner and a Show: Cary Grant's Oven-Barbecued Chicken and 'Notorious'
    Not sure what to make for supper? Try this recipe from Cary Grant and then pair it with one of his movies, the 1946 Alfred Hitchcock film, "Notorious."The Recipe: The recipe is called, Cary Grant's Oven-Barbecued Chicken and the...
  • The 39 Steps
    The Norris Theater presents Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps
    The Tony award-winning Broadway stage adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock’s famous film, The 39 Steps, comes to the Norris Center for the Performing Arts for nine performances, January 24 through February 9.Combining a spy thriller with comedy...
  • Reenacting the production of 'Psycho' on 'Hitchcock'
    The Best of 2012: 'Hitchcock'
    In this epoch of cinema, one of the greatest filmmakers of all time was undoubtedly, Alfred Hitchcock. With films like The 39 Steps, Foreign Correspondent, Notorious, Rope, Strangers on a Train, Dial M for Murder, Rear Window, Vertigo, North by...
  • Portland
    REVIEW: Tonight a trip back in time with the Beatles, local music, and more!
    Revisiting the 1967 film, “Magical Mystery Tour,” is a look back at the Beatles third film, a dud at the time. It was released in black-and-white on Boxing Day on television in Britian, and immediately was subjected to derision by the...
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    Beginning tonight in Portland, catch the fantastic Reel Music Festival 31!
    Each year, the Northwest Film Center sponsors an amazing festival that celebrates music and film, and this year there is the wonderful inclusion of Hitchcock's early silent films accompanied by live performances of Portland musicians. So much...
  • Chance to stay at world class Eco-Lodge
    Shoot a bird for a chance to stay at exotic Pico Bonito
    Sometimes we look up at the wires over our head in Philly, and a flash back image of celebrity Hitchcock's "The Birds," comes to mind. But now is you bird watcher's chance to take a shoot a bird (take a picture of one) for a...
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