The Legacy of Alfred Hitchcock
On February 13, a new class begins on “The Cinema of Alfred Hitchcock,” being taught by filmmaker and UST professor James Snapko. It will provide an indepth look at the work of this master of filmmaking and provide insights into the man and his work, as well as his lasting influence on filmmakers and filmmaking to this day.
Did you know…
- Alfred Hitchcock made the first talking film in Britain, Blackmail, in 1929
- It is well known that Alfred Hitchcock made cameo appearances in most all of his films, but his daughter, Patricia, played roles in a few them, as well
‘Want to know more? For detailed information about the class or to register, please follow this link: http://www.stthomas.edu/selimcenter/programs/lectures/hitchcock-snapko/
If you’d like to explore some more “fun facts” about Hitchcock before the class, follow this link:
Author: Susan Anderson-Benson, Center Program Manager