Tuesday 05 August 2014 -
20:00 to 23:59
«Strelka» Institute, Moscow

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During his talk Alfred Hitchcock: Untold Stories, Charles will cover the early period of Hitchcock’s career, and also on the little-known stories of his collaborators, as well as of his five-year career in the British film industry before he became a director that are mostly unknown to Hitchcock’s lovers.

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Charles Barr

Profesor, writer, film expert, University of East Anglia

Charles Barr worked for many years at the University of East Anglia, helping to set up one of the very first British academic programmes in film theory and history. His main books have been on British Cinema, including Ealing Studios (1977), and more recently on Alfred Hitchcock: English Hitchcock (1999), a study of Vertigo (new edition 2012), and Hitchcock: Lost and Found, co-authored with Alain Kerzoncuf and due for publication early in 2015.