Tuesday Apr 13 2010 comments Reeling in Hitchcock classics By: Auburn Journal photography by Ben Furtado -A +A Buy This Photo Now Richard Del Balso,left and Dean Prigmore both on the film committee for Auburn Performing Arts, check for breaks in the 1954 Hitchcock film titled Rear Window, by transferring it from the shipping reel to the showing reel at the Auburn State Theatre Tuesday afternoon. The Alfred Hitchcock film festival will feature Shadow of a Doubt, Strangers on a Train, Rear Window, Vertigo, North by Northwest and Psycho. Renowned film critic and Hitchcock scholar, Dr. Michael Callahan, will have his original Hitchcock movie posters on display at the Auburn State Theatre during the Alfred Hitchcock Film Festival starting this Saturday. Starring actor, James Stewart, of the movie Rear Window will come to life on the silver screen at the Auburn State Theatre during the Alfred Hitchcock film festival this weekend. Dean Prigmore goes through a test run of Rear Window on one of two Super Lume-X projectors at the State Theatre. Dean Prigmore looks through the observation window of the projection room, making sure the Hitchcock films are played with out any flaws prior to their showing this weekend. The Super Lume-X projector revs its motor during a test showing of Alfred Hitchcock's classic movie Rear Window. A glass door reveals the inner workings of the Super Lume-X projector. Dean Prigmore volunteers numerous hours making sure the films used are ready for viewing days before the event.