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Helen Mirren to Attend Shanghai Film Festival

The British actress will appear at a screening of "Hitchcock" on June 19, and husband Taylor Hackford will introduce his film "Parker" the day before.

‘Zero Dark Thirty,’ ‘Hitchcock ‘ to Screen at Gothenburg Festival

The lineup of the Swedish fest also includes "The Reluctant Fundamentalist" and a life-time achievement honor for German director Margarethe von Trotta.

‘Hitchcock’s’ Jessica Biel Wants to Be Known as a Serious Actress, Not a Sexy Star (Video)

Like Vera Miles, the actress she plays in the film, Biel, recently married to Justin Timberlake, must carefully consider what sort of a future she hopes to have.

CineAsia 2012: Content Remains Crucial in Unlocking Asian Markets, Industry Figures Say

Technological advances in film exhibition would work only in tandem with content local audiences can identify with, say distributors and theater operators at the region's annual industry gathering.

Ang Lee’s ‘Life of Pi’ Kicks Off Dubai Film Festival

Hollywood and Arab cinema mix in the Gulf region's premier film event.

THR’s Costume Designer Roundtable: Dressing Actors Is ‘Somewhere Between a War and a Circus’

The pros behind this season's best-dressed films talk about taking direction from Tim Burton and Steven Spielberg, and how too many glimpses in the mirror are a sign of talent's insecurity.

How ‘Hitchcock’ Rights a Hollywood Wrong

Instead of simply telling a story about one of history's greatest directors, Sacha Gervasi highlights his wife as well. "Alma Reville would have been Kathryn Bigelow today," he says.

How the Story of a Master Director Beat the Odds: The Making of ‘Hitchcock’

That famous shower scene, a phone call to a heavy metal rocker, an untold love story: Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren and their director reveal how a new take on the master of suspense came together.

‘Hitchcock’ Heroine Helen Mirren Says Palm Reader Predicted Her Career Spot-On (Video)

The four-time Oscar nominee, who won the best actress Oscar six years ago, could score another nom for her acclaimed perf as Alfred Hitchcock's "silent partner."

Critic’s Notebook: Thoughts on the Year’s Strongest Scores by Some of Hollywood’s Best Composers

From "Argo" to "The Dark Knight Rises" to "Hitchcock," THR's Todd McCarthy celebrates the best film music of 2012.

‘Hitchcock,’ Redford’s ‘The Company You Keep’ Among Italy Noir Fest Highlights

The 22-year-old event is based in the picturesque ski resort of Courmayeur, near the border of Italy, France, and Switzerland.