Alfred Hitchcock

The flawed logic of constructing gender in film

By Lillian Crawford

From Alfred Hitchcock to Fritz Lang, the process of creating women has long been an obsession of cinema’s greatest male creators.

Vertigo (1958)

By Lillian Crawford

Alfred Hitchcock’s lofty thriller is back on the big screen in time for its 60th anniversary.

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Check out this rare set of Alfred Hitchcock film posters

By Adam Woodward

Original alternate one-sheets for Psycho, Dial M for Murder and The Birds.

The complicated legacy of Alfred Hitchcock’s screen heroines

By Caroline Young

A new book chronicles these amazing women and their experiences working with the iconic director.

Six films to watch before you see Phantom Thread

By Elizabeth MacLeod

From Brief Encounter to Rebecca, here are six cinematic classics that reveal the complexities of romance.

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By David Jenkins

The shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho goes under the microscope in this intriguing documentary.

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Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest and the art of the chase

By Adam Scovell

How the director’s mastery of space and location created the famous crop-duster sequence.

Is Psycho II the most misunderstood sequel ever made?

By Anton Bitel

Richard Franklin’s follow-up to the Hitchcock classic is a chilling horror in its own right.

How Daphne Du Maurier became Hitchcock’s favourite author

By Iris Veysey

Her novels ‘The Birds’ and ‘Rebecca’ provided the perfect blend of moral complexity and Gothic drama.

Why The Shop Around the Corner is a true Christmas miracle

By Stephen Puddicombe

Sick of rewatching It’s a Wonderful Life? Seek out the other holiday-themed James Stewart classic.

Pinewood at 80 – Inside the iconic film studio

By Lara C Cory

The gold standard of British production has been home to everything from James Bond to Star Wars over the years.

How Blue Velvet reflects the voyeuristic gaze of Rear Window

By Tom Watchorn

Paranoia, mystery and moral ambiguity abound in David Lynch and Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpieces.

10 great films to get you in the mood for autumn

By Joel Blackledge

As the nights draw in and the leaves turn it’s time to cosy up with these seasonal gems.

Ingrid Bergman in Her Own Words

By Phil Concannon

An intimate, revelatory portrait of the late Swedish film icon from director Stig Björkman.

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In praise of Ingrid Bergman’s performance in Notorious

By Matthew Anderson

The Swedish star was never better than in this 1946 thriller from Alfred Hitchcock.

How Archibald Leach became Cary Grant

By Stephen Puddicombe

From finding his feat as touring acrobat to earning Hollywood leading man status, the story of this enduring icon is full of intrigue.

Why Rope is Alfred Hitchcock’s most audacious masterpiece

By Jen Grimble

The director’s classic “one shot” thriller introduced numerous new and innovative cinematic techniques.

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