The master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock is at his most playful and entertaining in this gloriously colourful cascade of thrills, spills and mistaken identity starring Cary Grant.
Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Cary Grant’s journey to the United States and international stardom, his hometown’s festival is seeking video essays exploring journeys of many types.
Our next Cary Comes Home weekend in Bristol will be 20-22 November 2020 – this year the theme will be “Journeys” to mark the 100-year anniversary of Archie Leach’s emigration to New York.
Learn about Archie Leach’s first transatlantic voyage on the RMS Olympic 100-years ago in this illustrated talk with our Festival Director Dr Charlotte Crofts…
Join us for a virtual tour of Cary Grant’s New York, to celebrate the centenary of Archie Leach’s arrival in America, the first step of his journey to becoming Cary Grant.
An illustrated talk by Professor James Naremore who analyses the variety of performance styles in a range of Cary Grant’s best-loved and lesser known films to mark the centenary of Archie arriving in the Big Apple…