Shadow of a Doubt by Alfred Hitchcock (USA, 1943, 108 min.). Reportedly Hitchcock’s favorite of his own films, Shadow of a Doubt is a complex and disturbing investigation into the dark family secrets that lurk beneath the seemingly stable veneer of wholesome American values. Teresa Wright stars as Charlie, the teenage heroine who begins to suspect that her sophisticated uncle Charlie (Joseph Cotten), visiting from out of town, may be a notorious serial killer.

Shadow of a Doubt will be screened on 35mm film.