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Directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Joel McCrea as an American reporter trying to expose enemy spies in the days leading up to World War II, Foreign Correspondent features a winning combination of international intrigue, comic relief, and some of the legendary director's most memorable set pieces.

The film was nominated for six Academy Awards including Best Picture; however, the 1941 Oscar for Best Picture went to another Hitchcock classic, Rebecca.

Special guest Dr. Joan McGettigan has been instrumental in helping select the films for this series and will introduce and offer insights at each of the screenings. Dr. McGettigan is an associate professor in TCU's Bob Schieffer College of Communication, teaching courses in film history and critical film studies.

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Joel McCrea as an American reporter trying to expose enemy spies in the days leading up to World War II, Foreign Correspondent features a winning combination of international intrigue, comic relief, and some of the legendary director's most memorable set pieces.

The film was nominated for six Academy Awards including Best Picture; however, the 1941 Oscar for Best Picture went to another Hitchcock classic, Rebecca.

Special guest Dr. Joan McGettigan has been instrumental in helping select the films for this series and will introduce and offer insights at each of the screenings. Dr. McGettigan is an associate professor in TCU's Bob Schieffer College of Communication, teaching courses in film history and critical film studies.

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Joel McCrea as an American reporter trying to expose enemy spies in the days leading up to World War II, Foreign Correspondent features a winning combination of international intrigue, comic relief, and some of the legendary director's most memorable set pieces.

The film was nominated for six Academy Awards including Best Picture; however, the 1941 Oscar for Best Picture went to another Hitchcock classic, Rebecca.

Special guest Dr. Joan McGettigan has been instrumental in helping select the films for this series and will introduce and offer insights at each of the screenings. Dr. McGettigan is an associate professor in TCU's Bob Schieffer College of Communication, teaching courses in film history and critical film studies.

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WHERE

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
3200 Darnell St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
http://www.themodern.org/

TICKET INFO

$6-$9
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