Forty-six years after his last film, Alfred Hitchcock remains as popular as ever—and even more controversial. Was he a misogynist? A feminist? STEPHEN WHITTY, author of The Alfred Hitchcock Encyclopedia, discusses the director’s onscreen images of women and his off-screen work with Grace Kelly, Ingrid Bergman, Tippi Hedren and more. Whitty has been a writer and critic for newspapers, magazines and websites, including the Star-Ledger, the New York Daily News, nj.com and Fortune.com, while also working as a college lecturer, film festival host, interviewer and juror.