Friday Aug 15
la Phil to Present Big Picture: Hitchcock!, 8/31
The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association presents The Big Picture: Hitchcock!, a thrilling tribute to the groundbreaking films of Alfred Hitchcock, at the Hollywood Bowl on Sunday, August 31, 2014 at 7:30 PM.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
The Morning Call
Alfred Hitchcock series expands at Frank Banko Cinemas
Celebrate the 115th anniversary of Alfred Hitchcock's birthday by catching the four-film tribute to the Master of Suspense at the Frank Banko Alehouse Cinema at SteelStacks.
Vertigo movie ad
There was a time when some people bought the newspaper just for the movie advertisements.
Sat Aug 02, 2014
Los Angeles Times
Edith Head, the best sort of designing woman
Audrey Hepburn with Edith Head, who is the subject of a retrospective at the Billy Wilder Theater.
'Man with a Movie Camera' voted as ' greatest ever' documentary
'Man with a Movie Camera' directed by Dziga Vertov has been declared as the greatest ever documentary in the inaugural Sight and Sound poll.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
The Millennium Biltmore delivers LA movie magic
Movie lovers visiting the Los Angeles area may want to make time on their itineraries to tour the Millennium Biltmore, one of the city's famous hotels.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
'Rear Window' turns 60
This year marks the 60th anniversary of my personal favorite Alfred Hitchcock film Rear Window , which is based on the 1942 short story It Had to Be Murder by Cornell Woolrich.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Photograph of San Francisco Street in 1957 Shot At Virtually the Same ...
User rsyung posted a photo to image archive Shorpy of a San Francisco street shot by his father in 1957, when another user noted that legendary filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock also included a shot of the same street about 54 minutes into his 1958 masterpiece, Vertigo .
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Premature Reviews of 10 Apparently Great Movies I Have Never Seen
I have seen a lot of movies. Like, way too many... and then again, I haven't seen many, many films that everyone must consider to be the sort of epics you can't die without sacrificing and hour or two for.
Classic movie review: 'Psycho'
The films of Alfred Hitchcock , as well as some choice details revealed in recent biographies, are ample proof the director was more than familiar with the dark side of the human psyche, which is why I find it curious that in certain movies he was willing to settle for pat solutions that seem to shed light on every nook and cranny of a character's ... (more)
Tue Jul 22, 2014
The Cleveland Orchestra announces three-concert "At the Movies"
Back by popular demand, the Cleveland Orchestra announces "At the Movies" with three concerts scheduled for the 2014-2014 season.