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POSTPONED: HITCHCOCK FILM FESTIVAL

AT THE TRYLON, HEIGHTS, AND RIVERVIEW

This Years’ Hitchcock Fest has been postponed, we will keep you up to date when we have more details.

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Thu, June 18

STRANGERS ON A TRAIN

A Trylon Roadshow at the Heights Theater (1951, 35mm, 101m) w/Farley Granger, Robert Walker, Ruth Roman. Two men, each wanting a certain someone killed, meet as strangers and become accomplices. Strangers features hair-raising suspense and psychological intrigue. Tickets for this screening are temporarily off sale as we wait for schedule confirmation. 7:30 $12

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Thu, June 25

THE WRONG MAN

A Trylon Roadshow at the Heights Theater (1956, 35mm, 95m) w/Henry Fonda, Vera Miles. Struggling jazz bassist Manny (Fonda) needs to borrow money against his wife’s insurance policy to help pay for her dental work. At the insurance office, he is mistaken for a criminal and falls into a spiral of injustices. Tickets for this screening are temporarily off sale as we wait for schedule confirmation. 7:30 $12  

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Thu, July 23

VERTIGO

A Trylon Roadshow at the Heights Theater (1958, 70mm, 128m) w/James Stewart, Kim Novak, Barbara Bel Geddes. Newly retired San Francisco police detective “Scottie” Ferguson (Stewart) is hired by a former college acquaintance to investigate the strange behavior of his wife, Madeleine (Novak). This masterly study of identity and obsession is even more compelling in lush 70mm. Tickets for this screening are temporarily off sale as we wait for schedule confirmation. 7:30 $12  

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April 30, 2030

ROPE

A Trylon Roadshow at the Riverview Theater (1948, DCP, 80m) w/James Stewart, John Dall, Farley Granger. Inspired by the notorious 1924 Leopold-Loeb murder case, Rope concerns a pair of intellectuals who kill a young man in order to prove their superiority—and then invite their professor over while the body lies in a trunk in the living room. Screening date to be determined. 7:00

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April 30, 2030

THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH

A Trylon Roadshow at the Riverview Theater (1956, DCP, 120m) w/James Stewart, Doris Day. Hitchcock once said that the audience would have to know how to  read music in order to appreciate the suspense in this film. Indeed, Bernard Herrmann’s score is pivotal to the nail-biting finale of this tale about a family of American tourists in Morocco who accidentally cross paths with international assassins. Screening date to be determined. 7:00

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April 30, 2030

PSYCHO

A Trylon Roadshow at the Riverview Theater (1960, DCP, 109m) w/Anthony Perkins, Vera Miles, Janet Leigh. Perhaps the most iconic of Hitchcock’s movies, Psycho is still shocking, 60 years after its debut. Screening date to be determined. 7:00

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April 30, 2030

TO CATCH A THIEF

A Trylon Roadshow at the Riverview Theater (1955, DCP, 106m) w/Cary Grant, Grace Kelly, Jessie Royce Landis. Grant and Kelly play cat and mouse up and down the French Riviera. Although the plot and tone are deceptively light, the two stars bring an intensity that turns this caper film into a bracing psychological journey. Screening date to be determined. 7:00

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May 30, 2030

TORN CURTAIN

A Trylon Roadshow at the Riverview Theater (1966, DCP, 128m) w/Paul Newman, Julie Andrews, Lila Kedrova. A cold war thriller with an icy heart. Newman plays a double-agent/physicist whose duplicity confuses even his fiancée (Andrews). The killing of an East German spy—in an oven—ranks among Hitchcock’s most intense sequences. Screening date to be determined. 7:00

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May 30, 2030

SABOTEUR

A Trylon Roadshow at the Riverview Theater (1942, DCP, 109m) w/Robert Cummings, Priscilla Lane, Norman Lloyd. Framed for starting a fire at an aircraft factory during World War II, Barry Kane (Cummings) must prove his innocence. He starts by tracking down the true culprit, an agitator named Fry (Lloyd), who has vanished without a trace. Screening date to be determined. 7:00

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May 30, 2030

THE BIRDS

A Trylon Roadshow at the Riverview Theater (1963, DCP, 119m) w/Tippi Hedren, Rod Taylor, Jessica Tandy. When Hedren’s Melanie Daniels meets Taylor’s Mitch Brenner, sparks (and birds) fly. Tandy is on hand as Brenner’s controlling mother, who is almost as evil as the avian threat. Screening date to be determined. 7:00

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