Above: Image from Alfred Hitchcock's film, Rear Window.
What are photographers to do when they have free time on their hands? As naturally keen observers of life, they can’t help but notice everything around them. Alfred Hitchcock’s classic noir presents the journey of photographer L.B. “Jeff” Jeffries (James Stewart) as he transitions from suspecting neighbor to obsessed private investigator during a long convalescence in his busy apartment building.
In conjunction with Arnold Newman: Masterclass.
Film: Rear Window 1954, PG, 115 minutes.
Based on the popular and long-running summer program, Screen on the Green, the Museum presents three films this summer in the May S. Marcy Sculpture Garden. The Sculpture Court Café will be open for all Film in the Garden film screenings and will offer a variety of snacks and beverage options, including a full bar. Please note no outside alcohol will be allowed into the venue.
Films begin at sundown at The May S. Marcy Sculpture Garden