Sponsored by the Colby College Museum of Art and Colby College Cinema Studies
Alfred Hitchcock scored a huge hit with his creepy 1963 film based on a Daphne du Maurier story, which Hitchcock himself called “the most terrifying picture I have ever made.” A chic San Francisco socialite envisions romance and a beautiful escape to nature when she pursues an erstwhile boyfriend to a small Northern California coastal village…only to find herself—and everyone else—under attack by rampaging wild birds. PG-13. 119 Min. FREE admission!
Before the film, visit Art in the Park for a hands-on art activity sponsored by Waterville Creates from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.