DM16, Manchester’s fourth annual festival that celebrates design in all its forms, returns – with HOME hosting a season of films with design at their heart. Each is introduced by an expert, providing an insight into the creative process and the impact of design on the finished work. Writer Alice Rawsthorn (Frieze, New York Times) discusses Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo, and Kubrick expert Sir Christopher Frayling outlines the “gleaming and sinister” production design of Dr. Strangelove.
Previously in this Festival
Dr. Strangelove is the classic, biting satire on the threat of total nuclear annihilation starring Peter Sellers. Based on the tense and earnest 1958 novel…