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The Hitchcock 9

Oct 8

Screening Thu–Fri, Oct 10–25, 2013

Alfred Hitchcock is one of the most famous film directors of all time, but his first ten silent films—nine of which survive—are little known compared to his later features. Made from 1925 to 1929, the films are among the greatest achievements of British silent cinema. The British Film Institute’s restoration of The Hitchcock 9 is the largest restoration project the BFI has ever undertaken and is only possible with the help of new digital technology. Thanks to the BFI’s efforts these films are being made available to venues around the world, including the Wexner Center. We’re complementing the screenings of most films with live musical accompaniment and also hosting a related film studies lecture.

November Holiday Hours

Nov 11 Closed in observance of Veterans Day

Nov 12 Closed at 3 PM for a special event

Nov 24 Closed for Thanksgiving