Aberdeen Journal (24/Jan/1935) - Adjudged Best Film of 1934
- article: Adjudged Best Film of 1934
- newspaper: Aberdeen Journal (24/Jan/1935)
- keywords: Alexander Korda, Alfred Hitchcock, The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934)
ADJUDGED BEST FILM OF 1934
The gold medal awarded by the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers for the best British film of 1934 was yesterday presented to Mr Alfred Hitchcock for his work in directing "The Man Who Knew Too Much."
Viscount Dunedin, who made the presentation, commented on the striking progress made by British films and said he hoped British producers would not attempt to copy American language and words which were meaningless.
The Institute's gold medal for 1933 was won by Mr Alexander Korda for his direction of "The Private Life of Henry VIII."