Rear Window

Rear Window, 1954. Image courtesy of Doctor Macro.

(1954, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, 112 mins, PG)

A wheelchair-bound photojournalist (James Stewart) and his beautiful fiancée (the one and only Grace Kelly) spy on their neighbors and are compelled to solve a brutal murder no one else believes occurred. Rear Window is an exhilarating, taut thriller that’s a must-see on the big screen. Presented in conjunction with the opening of the IMA exhibition Snapshot: Painters and Photography, Bonnard to Vuillard.

Rear Window is screening as part of The National Bank of Indianapolis 2012 Summer Nights Film Series.

IMA Associate Members, please call 317-955-2339 to reserve your tickets.

$10 - Public Ticket
$6 - Member Ticket
Indianapolis Museum of Art 4000 Michigan Rd., Indianapolis, IN