The Cinematheque Film Series presents a weekly film series on Wednesday nights at 7:30 p.m. in either White Hall 205 or 208 at Emory University during the school year. The series is a collaboration between Emory College and the Department of Film and Media Studies, showing a series of outstanding films, typically in 35mm or DCP, from world cinema with an introduction by Emory faculty members.
The weekly screenings are free and open to the public.
Emory Cinematheque's Fall 2018 line up includes Alfred Hitchcock's "North by Northwest."
Fall 2018: "Hitchcock/Hitchcockian"
The Fall 2018 series features many of Hitchcock’s major works, examines his recurring themes − the precariousness and anxiety of modern life, the double-standard against women under patriarchy and the nature of guilt and evil − his virtuoso use of film technique, his personal biography and his position in the British and American film industries.
Films in the series include The Lodger featuring live accompaniment by acclaimed pianist Donald Sosin, The 39 Steps, Rebecca, Notorious, Strangers on a train, Rear Window, Vertigo, Psycho, The Birds and more.
See calendar below for a complete listing and descriptions.