Elstree Studios

Highlighted works

  • The Informer

    An early, silent adaptation of Liam O’Flaherty’s 1925 novel about betrayal amid the political and revolutionary environment of the newly independent Ireland of 1922.

  • Blackmail


    A woman kills a man in self-defence but falls victim to a blackmailer in Alfred Hitchcock's thriller, made in both silent and sound versions.

  • The Manxman

    The Manxman

    Two men fall in love with the same woman in Alfred Hitchcock’s melodrama, set on the Isle of Man (though filmed in Cornwall).

  • Get Carter

    Get Carter

    Newcastle-born hardman Jack Carter (Michael Caine) returns from London to his birthplace to avenge his brother’s murder.

  • The Ring

    The Ring

    An Australian boxer threatens the relationship of a young fighter and his fiancée in Alfred Hitchcock’s superior melodrama.

  • The World Ten Times Over

    The World Ten Times Over

    Wolf Rilla’s sharp feature hints at British cinema’s first lesbian relationship.

  • The Farmer's Wife

    The Farmer's Wife

    A housekeeper tries to find a suitable wife for a widowed landowner in a rare venture by Alfred Hitchcock into romantic comedy.

  • Champagne


    Alfred Hitchcock directs the fizzy tale of a millionaire who pretends to lose his fortune to teach his wayward daughter a lesson.

  • Bright Star

    Bright Star

    New Zealand director Jane Campion brings her own poetic sensibility to the brief, desperate romance between John Keats and his neighbour Fanny Brawne.


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