Alfred Hitchcock

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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Why I love 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.

Sensual queer shorts from before Stonewall

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

New York’s Film Society of Lincoln Center has curated a season dedicated to early explorations of LGBT themes.

Why Strangers on a Train is a masterpiece of suspenseful storytelling

By Paul Risker

A new film staring Oscar Isaac got us thinking about Alfred Hitchcock’s classic tale of duplicity and intrigue.

How London became Alfred Hitchcock’s greatest character

By Ivan Radford

The director’s deep affection for his home city can be felt throughout his revered body of work.

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