All articles by Penelope Houston

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Hitchcockery: Truffaut and Bogdanovich, under the Master’s influence

In our Autumn 1968 issue, Penelope Houston compared The Bride Wore Black and Targets to the work of Alfred Hitchcock – and Bogdanovich lamented the cuts made to the English version of his film

By Penelope Houston

Hitchcockery: Truffaut and Bogdanovich, under the Master’s influence
From the Sight and Sound archive

“Sometimes nearly serious, always wildly funny”: Penelope Houston on Preston Sturges

By Penelope Houston

“Sometimes nearly serious, always wildly funny”: Penelope Houston on Preston Sturges
From the Sight and Sound archive

Italian auteurs and American upstarts: the Cannes Film Festival in 1976

By Penelope Houston

Italian auteurs and American upstarts: the Cannes Film Festival in 1976