From 'Foreign Correspondent' to 'The Birds' and everything in between
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Best Supporting Actress - Janet Leigh
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Black-and-White
Best Cinematography, Black-and-White
Sacha Gervasi's "Hitchcock" tells the story of the making of "Psycho," for me, Hitchcock's greatest work. And it would be the last time the Academy would single him out specifically as he picked up another lone director nomination. His "leading" lady, Janet Leigh -- shockingly disposed of early in the film -- managed a Best Supporting Actress nomination (she won the Golden Globe), while the creative black-and-white photography and the creation of the Bates Motel and that creepy house on the hill were enough for an art direction nod. "The Apartment" was the Academy's refreshing choice for Best Picture that year, but Hitchcock's genre masterwork would go down in history. And if you're asking me, Anthony Perkins should'a been a contenda.