The process of re-watching and re-engaging with classic films on the big screen in nothing new. Yet, when such opportunities arise to revisit Alfred Hitchcock’s phenomenal Vertigo – recently voted Sight & Sounds’ greatest film of all time – on the big screen, it’s hard to resist. With a special introduction from design writer Alice Rawsthorn, who will be discussing the Saul Bass’ opening title sequence of the film, this one-off screening will surely appeal to both new viewers and hardcore veterans alike. Accompanied by arguably one of greatest films scores ever composed, by Bernard Herrmann, James Stewart and Kim Novak’s electric chemistry should surely cement your purchase of a ticket.

Mon 17 Oct, HOME, 2 Tony Wilson Place, First Street, Manchester, M15 4FN, Tel: 0161 200 2500, 6pm, £9,

Mon 17 Oct
Alasdair Bayman
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Sun 16 Oct 2016