W. & F. Film Service
W. & F. Film Service (also known as "Woolf & Freedman Film Service") was a UK film distribution company set up in February 1919 by C.M. Woolf, S. Freedman, D. Tebbitt and Julius Hagen with an initial investment of £10,000.
The company was active until 1934, after which Woolf founded General Film Distributors in 1935.
W. & F. distributed the following films that Alfred Hitchcock was involved with:
- Woman to Woman (1923) - writer, art director & assistant director
- The White Shadow (1924) - writer, editor, art director & assistant director
- The Mountain Eagle (1926) - director
- The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (1927) - director
- Easy Virtue (1928) - director
Notes & References
- "History of British Film (Volume 4): The History of the British Film 1918 - 1929" by Rachael Low