USA, 2015, 79 minutes
Director: Kent Jones
In 1966 François Truffaut interviewed Alfred Hitchcock, publishing the interviews in his pioneering book Hitchcock/Truffaut. In Kent Jones new documentary of the same name, a whos who of modern filmmakers from Scorsese to Bogdanovich share the impact this seminal work had on their careers. Included are recordings from the interview as well as clips from a variety of Hitchcock films. There is something in the film for everyone, from students to Hitchcock fans and film buffs in general.
In English, French and Japanese with English subtitles
Following the film, we will remain at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts for our Opening Night Party, where audience and visiting filmmakers from around the world kick-off the SDFF weekend with films, events and special programs.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts (View)
282 S High Street
Sebastopol, CA 95472
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