Nothing focuses a film like the threat of a bomb going off. From Alfred Hitchcock's "Sabotage" to the Oscar-winning "The Hurt Locker," explosive devices that can detonate at any moment are intrinsically dramatic. "Land of Mine" makes good use of that plot mechanism, but it has a whole lot more...
Werner Herzog makes Alfred Hitchcock look like a big softie, and his broody demeanor is so inscrutable it almost seems like an act he's spent decades practicing and refining. But proving Werner is every bit as unflappable as he seems is as easy as pulling the trigger and seeing how many f@#ks he gives. Show More Summary
“Chapter Fifty-One” is the last new episode of Jane The Virgin in 2016, and that’s the only disappointing thing about it. This is one of those chapters that shows just how rich the show’s three-tiered narrative structure can be whenShow More Summary
Paul Sylbert, an Oscar-winning set decorator and production designer who worked with such top directors as Alfred Hitchcock, Elia Kazan, Mike Nichols, Robert Benton and Milos Forman during his half-century career, has died. He was 88. Show More Summary
The 86-year-old actress openly discussed the sexual harassment and abuse she suffered at the hands of iconic director Alfred Hitchcock on the set of The Birds and Marnie in her memoir, and elaborates on it in an interview with Varie...
“In her new [memoir], Hedren alleges that the director made sexual approaches to her and regarded her as his personal property. … [Two biographers] argue that Hedren’s claims are not supported by others who worked on the films, or by the shooting schedules and other documents in Hitchcock’s archive.”
When Tippi Hedren first met director Alfred Hitchcock, she was an unknown actress with no movie credits to her name. Within just a few years, Hedren quickly became a Hollywood star, landing leading roles in several of Hitchcock’s most...Show More Summary
There’s a moment in Alfred Hitchcock’s penultimate film, Frenzy, when the murderer Robert Rusk, a serial sexual predator, finds himself in a bit of a bind. Having just loaded the corpse of the hero’s girlfriend onto a truck carrying sacks of potatoes, Rusk realizes he’s left some incriminating evidence on the body. Show More Summary
Alfred Hitchcock's The Lodger starring Ivor Novello, at Hampstead Arts Festival with live music by Gwilym Simcock The Hampstead Arts Festival returns on 5 November 2016, presenting two weeks of classical music, jazz, talks and film in...Show More Summary
In 1963, American moviegoers were terrified en masse by a new, very different kind of horror film: Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds. The thriller was a critical and commercial success, and it made a star out of its leading lady-- a beautiful 33-year old blonde named Tippi Hedren. Show More Summary
Actress Tippi Hedren graphically chronicles in a new memoir incidents in which she says she was sexually assaulted and harassed by famed British director Alfred Hitchcock during her star turns in “The Birds” and “Marnie.” “Tippi,” which goes on sale on Tuesday,...
"It's about time I stop letting everyone else tell my story and finally tell it myself," 86-year-old Tippi Hedren writes.
In her new memoir, Tippi Hedren reportedly goes into greater detail than ever before about her awful experiences working with Alfred Hitchcock—including accusing the director of what today would be described as sexual assault. Read more...
In 'Tippi,' the actress writes that Alfred Hitchcock was obsessed with her.
Alfred Hitchcock. Artist. Genius. Monster. And now one of his most well-known victims is telling her story. Tippi Hedren was famously abused by Alfred Hitchcock on the set of The Birds. Attacking her with real and highly stressed live animals,...
In her new memoir, actress Tippi Hedren alleges that Alfred Hitchcock sexually assaulted her on the sets of some of their films. The star of The Birds and Marnie has spoken up about the director’s controlling behavior in the past, which was dramatized for the HBO film, The Girl. Show More Summary
These allegations have swirled around Alfred Hitchcock's name for years following his death, and Hedren bringing them up again in her forthcoming memoir will only add heat to the conversation about whether or not these accusation will tarnish the director's reputation.
Happy Halloween! Clip recap: Tippi Hedren and Rod Taylor enter the world of Alfred Hitchcock with terrifying results in THE BIRDS (1963), taken from a short story by Daphne DuMaurier. With able support from Susanne Pleshette, Jessica Tandy and young Veronica Cartwright, it is Hitchcock at his best. Show More Summary
Actress Tippi Hedren’s new memoir, Tippi, contains her account of sexual harassment and assault at the hands of director Alfred Hitchcock, the New York Post reports. Hedren, now 86, who starred in Hitchcock’s The Birds and Marnie, writes...Show More Summary