Hitchcock Chronology: Champagne (1928)
- 14th - British International Pictures holds a press luncheon in London where chairman John Maxwell announces that actress Betty Balfour has signed a two-year contract to the company and her first role will be in Hitchcock's Champagne.
- British International Pictures announces that Alfred Hitchcock will direct Champagne, starring Betty Balfour.
- Filming begins on Hitchcock's third film for British International Pictures, Champagne, which stars Betty Balfour.
- Hitchcock completes Champagne.
- 21st - Eliot Stannard, one of England's most prolific screenwriters, dies aged 56. He wrote (or co-wrote) the scenarios for Hitchcock's The Pleasure Garden (1925), The Mountain Eagle (1926), Downhill (1927), The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (1927), The Ring (1927), Champagne (1928), Easy Virtue (1928), The Farmer's Wife (1928) and The Manxman (1929).
- 14th - Producer and writer Walter C Mycroft, who worked with Hitchcock on Champagne and Murder!, dies.
- 29th - Cinematographer Jack E. Cox, who worked with Hitchcock on The Ring, Champagne, The Farmer's Wife, Blackmail, The Manxman, Murder!, Juno and the Paycock, Mary, Rich and Strange, The Skin Game, Number Seventeen and The Lady Vanishes, dies aged 64.
- 2nd - Actor Gordon Harker, who appeared in The Ring, The Farmer's Wife and Champagne, dies aged 81.
- 4th - Actress Betty Balfour, who starred in Champagne (1928), dies aged 74.