January 22nd – January 29th, the Aero Theatre (1328 Montana Avenue (at 14th Street) in Santa Monica) will be celebrating Hitchcock’s Confessions, featuring a 50th Anniversary Screening of North By Northwest And A Tribute To Screenwriter John Michael Hayes who penned To Catch A Thief and The Man Who Knew Too Much
At once the most beloved mass entertainer in Hollywood history and the most personal of directors, Alfred Hitchcock gave his obsessions free creative reign for all the world to enjoy. His command of both cinematic form and content, integrating them into seamless motion picture entertainment, is virtually unrivaled. From early classics like Rebecca through mid-period spellbinders Dial M For Murder and Rear Window, to later suspense spectaculars North By Northwest and The Birds, Hitchcock delivers on all fronts, both popular and artistic. Not to mention the incomparable groundbreaking tension of his hair-raising Psycho, a movie still sending shock waves more than four decades after its release. View these titles, and you begin to realize the astonishing versatility and scope of this universally recognized virtuoso. Join Aero Theatre to once again marvel at a handful of the master’s classics, including underrated and rarely screened gems like I Confess and Stage Fright.
For more information, visit their website: Hitchcock’s Confessions