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Illustrated Talk with Trevor Johnston

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Join us for a special illustrated talk about the self styled 'Master of Suspense' Alfred Hitchcock with film writer Trevor Johnston.

Trevor who writes on film for Sight & Sound, the Radio Times, Time Out London and Little White Lies, will show you just how Hitchcock delivered thrills, twists, and new sensations for regular moviegoers time after time, whilst also proving worthy of study long after the screams in the stalls died away.

From the MacGuffins to the murderers, and the Hitchcock blondes to the innocent men on the run, this is an excellent opportunity for long time fans and recent converts to discover more about one of the greatest filmmakers of all time, whose impact is still being felt on the thrillers and horror films of today.

Tickets are £5 full price or £3 when you show your ticket for any of the Alfred Hitchcock films in The Luminaries season in person at the box office.

Discover more 

Click here to read more about Mr. Hitchcock in this piece written by Trevor especially for Tyneside Cinema's The Luminaries programme.

Part of The Luminaires: Alfred Hitchcock season. Find out more by clicking here.

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Country of Origin: United Kingdom  Year: 2017   Running Time: 1hr 0 mins  
BBFC Advice: PG Parental guidance recommended, some scenes may be unsuitable for children.  

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