Bon Voyage (PG) / Aventure Malgache (PG)
Alfred Hitchcock’s celebrated but rarely screened French language propaganda shorts for World War Two, combine both an informative and compelling insight into Hitchcock’s contribution towards the war effort whilst maintaining ‘the master of suspense’s cinematic trademark.
Introduced by Professor Tony Shaw.
Director: Alfred Hitchcock (1944)
Duration: 58 mins plus talk
Originally opened in 1928 as a British Instructional Films, the studio ran in Welwyn until the late 1950s. During this time it produced a number of important British features as well as educational films, such as the acclaimed Secrets of Nature series. This season will provide an introduction to the studios important contribution to British cinema.
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