Hitchcock org donates to USC

$500,000 will go to fund construction

The Alma and Alfred Hitchcock Foundation has donated $500,000 to USC’s School of Cinematic Arts to fund construction of the school’s educational and production complex.

The central parts of the complex are slated to be completed by December and will be located on USC’s University Park Campus.

Other supporters who have donated money for the complex’s construction include Hugh Hefner, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences and USC alumnus George Lucas, who donated a record-breaking $175 million.

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