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Alfred Hitchcock’s San Francisco

“Northern California is where Alfred Hitchcock found much comfort and an irresistible backdrop for some of his finest films, including Shadow of A Doubt (1943) , Vertigo (1958) and The Birds (1963) . With its vertiginous hills, high-reaching buildings and panoramic views, San Francisco is the perfect setting for Vertigo, the city being used to dizzying effect for a story of romantic obsession with the image of a woman.”
Classiq Journal

The 10 Best Films by Rainer Werner Fassbinder

“Selecting 10 films by the late, great German director Rainer Werner Fassbinder is not an easy one. He was a director who worked fast, and the very process of making movies was something that, by all accounts, was as natural to him as smoking a cigarette.” Little White Lies

The Taisho Trilogy

“Seijun Suzuki’s Taisho trilogy launched the director back into the forefront of the Japanese avant-garde.”
Slant magazine