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Attention, Filmmakers: Learn the Secrets of Hitchcock's Genius in 'Hitch20' Docu-Series

Posted 2 days ago
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READ MORE: Watch: Title Sequences: The Leap from Alfred Hitchc*ck to David Fincher

Filmmakers looking to strengthen their visual language skills should definitely take notes while watching the first season of BorgusFilms' "Hitch20," now streaming in its entirety on Youtube. Given the abundance of critical analysis that exists around the Master of Suspense's lengthy filmo ...
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Liberation from the Concentration Camps: Rare Footage at the Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival

Posted 5 days ago
I have seen Nazi concentration camp footage before: the gas chambers, the burlap bags of hair, the cadavers piled in a pit.

But what I saw this weekend, in rare footage screened at the Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival in Greece, was shocking beyond measure. Not even the Greek sun could alleviate the pain. André Singer's documentary Night Will Fall features the footage of ...
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Elizabeth Taylor -- A New Book Will Reveal the Heart (and the Beauty, of Course!)

Posted 6 days ago
"Legends die hard. They survive as truth rarely does," said the legendary actress Helen Hayes.

•BACK IN the spring of 1976, Elizabeth Taylor, recently and finally separated from Richard Burton (after a disastrous attempt at a second marriage), arrived in Washington D.C. to attend the ballet. She was with her great friend Liza Minnelli and her soon-to-be great friend Halston. ...
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How Cell Phones Would Have Ruined Most of Our Favorite Movies

Posted 2 weeks ago
HOW CELL PHONES WOULD HAVE RUINED MOST OF OUR FAVORITE MOVIES
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Alex Simon

If you're a pop culture maven, most likely it can be agreed that the modern cell phone can be traced back to two classic TV series of the 1960s: Star Trek and Get Smart. Captain James Tiberius Kirk and his USS Enterprise crew were always armed with their "communicators" when traveling abroad ...
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'It Follows' Started As A Nightmare, And Now It Will Haunt You, Too

Posted 2 weeks ago
Imagine sleeping with your significant other for the first time, only to learn he's passed on the most terrifying STD imaginable: stalker zombies who can only be expelled by handing off the curse via intercourse. The new horror movie "It Follows" will show you what happens, and the results are terrifying.

The indie film premiered to raves at the Cannes Film Festival last May ...
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How Alfred Hitchcock helped inspire ‘Mad Men’

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Alfred Hitchc*ck had an advertising man named Roger first. As “Mad Men” heads into its final season in April, a series of 10 classic films from the 1950s and 1960s...
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'Bates Motel' Season 3 Trailers: Norman Is Changing

Posted 1 month ago
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Young Norman Bates (Freddie Highmore) is veering into Psycho territory in two new trailers for Season 3 of Bates Motel, debuting Monday, March 9 at 9 PM ET on A&E. Norman admits to his mother Norma (Vera Farmiga) that he thinks something might be wrong with him, with the latest footage showing Norman clutching one of his mother's dresses, which alludes to the shocking finale in Alfred Hitchc*c ...
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The Big Smooch: Start the New Year With a Movie Kiss

Posted 1 month ago
It happens every New Year's Eve as people all over the world, across cultures and continents, countdown to a midnight kiss. It's the chance to kiss on a turning point as the magical minute marks both happy endings and new beginnings with a brush of the lips. That kiss can be consequential. It can be a movie kiss.

It's been a while since I wrote "Ode to a First Kiss" ...
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Return of play '39 Steps' to NYC will feature Arnie Burton

Posted 1 month ago
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NEW YORK (AP) — The frantic play "39 Steps," a cheeky stage spoof of Alfred Hitchc*ck's 1935 spy thriller with just four actors, is returning to New York with a familiar face.
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Thanks to the Academy ... Yawn

Posted 1 month ago
This year's most interesting Oscar acceptance speeches ended with references to issues like suicide, wage equality and equal rights for women, racism and whistleblowers. The awardees who took that route produced some great lines. In accepting the award for Best Adapted Screenplay, for example, The Imitation Game's Graham Moore urged emerging gay youth to "stay weird, stay different." ...
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