Film education should be part of the national curriculum, with Hitchcock given as much prominence in schools as Shakespeare, the chairman of the British Film Institute has claimed.
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LONDON (Reuters) - An artist who paints portraits of imaginary people joined a French-born filmmaker, a British-German performance artist and a British multimedia artist on the shortlist for modern...
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Shlomo Kramer -- I first interviewed him in June 2012 -- is one of the world's greatest information security entrepreneurs. He has helped found three leading companies in that market -- Check Point Software (CHKP), Palo Alto Networks (PANW), and Imperva (IMPV) -- of which he is chairman and CEO. And in a February 4 interview, Kramer gave his thoughts on where the...
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BAKEWELL (Reuters) - British artist William Turnbull, a figurehead of the post-war modernist movement, is finally embracing the mainstream four months after his death with an exhibition that spans...
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Lucinda Everett on Perspectives: Alfred Hitchcock - Made in Britain, which follows the life and career of Sir Alfred Hitchcock.
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People of a certain age remember the ominous Hitchcock greeting: âGood Evening.â The Badgley Mischka runway â dark and filled with fog -- offered up a collection, inspired by Hitchcock femme fatales, that virtually guaranteed a good evening with its high style, glam and glitter.
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IN CINEMATOGRAPHY, there is a well-known camera trick known as the "Hitchcock Effect," in deference to the man who made it famous: legendary director Alfred Hitchcock.
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What I love about this new writing endeavor is I get to write about whatever I want. Not only that, when I get info on an artist, and that artist blows my mind, I immediately become inspired to write...
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There’s no substitute for genius. Alfred Hitchcock had it aplenty. He could take schlocky material like Robert Bloch’s novel and make from it a film as great as Psycho — not just original and compelling but extraordinarily beautiful too.
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Fascinated as he was with doubles, Alfred Hitchcock might have been amused to see two dramatised versions of himself turning up in quick succession. The Girl, recently screened on BBC2, depicted the Master of Suspense as a pathetic, sexually predatory figure, victimising the actress Tippi Hedren during the shooting of The Birds. Now a much lighter take on the legend is...
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