Celebrated documentary about monumental meeting HITCHCOCK/TRUFFAUT to open in Toronto.
The legendary, week long series of interviews conducted by French New Wave founder Francois Truffaut and iconic Master of Suspense Alfred Hitchcock in 1962 is the subject of Kent (VAL LEWTON: THE MAN IN THE SHADOWS) Jones’ acclaimed new documentary HITCHCOCK/TRUFFAUT. Now, after its festival run at both Cannes and TIFF, the film is set to open on December 4th at the beautiful TIFF Bell Lightbox film center in Toronto.
Screen Daily has called the film, which features heavy-hitting filmmaking talent like Martin Scorsese, David Fincher, Peter Bogdanovich, Paul Schrader and many others, “a little slice of film buff-heaven,” while Esquire noted it “will thrill you and change the way you watch movies.”
Using the original recordings from the Hitchcock sessions, HITCHCOCK/TRUFFAUT is a cinematic depiction of that most cinematic of conversations, the likes of which were published as a book that helped shape film history and elevated Hitchcock’s reputation from craftsman to auteur.
For more on showtimes and ticket sales visit the the official TIFF site.
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