In this Film Ireland podcast, Paul Farren speaks to Author & Scholar Murray Pomerance about Alfred Hitchcock’s timeless classic Vertigo.
Murray Pomerance will be presenting at the Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo: 65th Anniversary: 1958-2023 which takes place 21 – 23 August 2023 at Trinity College Dublin.
The conference also includes a special screening of Vertigo in the Lighthouse Cinema in Dublin on Sunday, 20th August at 8pm.
The Third International Film Conference: “Hitchcock’s Vertigo: 65th Anniversary” is being held on 21-23 August 2023 in the Long Room Hub in Trinity College Dublin. Celebrating the wonderful collaboration between Alfred Hitchcock and Bernard Herrmann in the masterpiece Vertigo on its 65th anniversary, this exclusive 3-day film conference in Trinity College Dublin will feature the presentations of many international scholars and writers from across the globe: US, Canada, UK, Hong Kong, Italy, Ireland and Switzerland. In particular we are delighted to welcome back to Dublin the renowned British film historian Charles Barr as key-note speaker at the conference in August. The conference also includes a special screening of the 1958 classic film Vertigo starring James Stewart and Kim Novak in the Lighthouse Cinema in Dublin on Sunday 20 August at 8pm.
Conference Venue: Trinity College Dublin: Long Room Hub
Conference Tickets: €10 — cash only (Conference Tickets on Sale at door Long Room Hub)
Film Screening: Lighthouse Cinema Dublin Cinema Tickets:
Tickets Available directly at the Lighthouse Cinema More info: www.vertigo65.com
Murray Pomerance is an independent scholar living in Toronto and Adjunct Professor in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT University, Dublin. He is the author of the Hitchcock Quartet, most recently vol. 4, A Silence from Hitchcock (previously A Voyage with Hitchcock, A Dream of Hitchcock, and An Eye for Hitchcock); as well as Uncanny Cinema: Agonies of the Viewing Experience and Color It True: Impressions of Cinema. He edits the “Horizons of Cinema” series at SUNY Press and the “Techniques of the Moving Image” series at Rutgers University Press.