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  1. 'Some Came Running' Star Martha Hyer Dies at 89

    11:23 am 6/10/2014

    The Oscar nominee and widow of legendary producer Hal B. Wallis also was memorable in such films as "Sabrina" and "The Best of Everything."Read more

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  2. 'Grace of Monaco': Cannes Review

    5:25 pm 5/12/2014

    A stiff, stagey, thuddingly earnest affair that has generated far more drama offscreen than on.Read more

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  3. Universal's 'The Birds' Redo Nabs Dutch Director Diederik Van Rooijen

    4:46 am 2/28/2014

    Micheal Bay's Platinum Dunes is producing the long-gestating project alongside Peter Guber's Mandalay Pictures.Read more

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  4. German Concentration Camps Factual Survey: Berlin Review

    4:15 am 2/14/2014

    Alfred Hitchcock worked on this documentary that's almost entirely composed of footage shot by cameramen of the Allied Forces in the spring of 1945.Read more

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  5. 'Raging Bull' Fight to Hit Supreme Court

    6:00 am 1/15/2014

    Fox and MGM could lose rights to Martin Scorsese's film if the original screenwriter's daughter wins the case, which the studios insist was filed too late.Read more

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  6. Strangers on a Train: Theater Review

    3:45 am 11/20/2013

    Closer to Patricia Highsmith’s novel than Alfred Hitchcock’s film, this stage adaptation stars Jack Huston as a dangerous drunk with a murderous proposition for Laurence Fox.Read more

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  7. Mar del Plata Film Fest Announces LatAm Premieres of Garrel, Wajda, Dolan

    11:19 am 10/22/2013

    The only class A festival in Latin America unveiled part of its program, with LatAm premieres of the latest from Philippe Garrel, Andrzej Wajda, Xavier Dolan, and Shion Sono, among others. Read more

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  8. Grand Piano: London Review

    6:32 pm 10/15/2013

    Elijah Wood stars in this Spanish-American co-production, a superior pulp thriller with overtones of Hitchcock and De Palma.Read more

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  9. Alfred Hitchcock's Silent Films Added to UNESCO Register

    3:02 am 7/11/2013

    The nine movies, including the filmmaker's first feature, "The Pleasure Garden," are now listed on the UN organization's U.K. Memory of the World Register.Read more

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