Truffaut and Hitchcock Audio Interviews

Nearly 12 hours of conversation
François Truffaut and Alfred Hitchcock
Open Culture have spotted a wonderful collection of audio interviews with Alfred Hitchcock, conducted by French New Wave frontrunner François Truffaut. Recorded in the autumn of 1962, the audio tapes run to nearly 12 hours of conversation, and form the basis of Truffaut's book on the British director's work, Hitchcock/Truffaut. [Listen]

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