Alfred Hitchcock

A kaleidoscopic view of genres

Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo, a classic that hits 60 this year, challenges one to look beyond a single-style approach and explore the complexities of obsessive love.

Up and down

The ubiquitous staircase has captivated the imagination of both mainstream and avant-garde filmmakers for generations and they have used it as a site to either articulate a play of passion or to accentuate the expression of power, tension and drama between characters differentiated by gender, ranks and hierarchy.

Classics on reel

Aclassic Hollywood movie festival organised by Navrasa Duende, received an outstanding response from viewers across all age groups in the…