Hitchcock

Autore: Francois Truffaut
Editore: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0671604295
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One is ravished by the density of insights into cinematic questions....Truffaut performed a tour de force of tact in getting this ordinarily guarded man to open up as he had never done before (and never would again)....If the 1967 Hitchcock/Truffaut can now be seen as something of a classic, this revised version is even better. Phillip Lopate The New York Times Book Review

Hitchcock On Hitchcock

Autore: Alfred Hitchcock
Editore: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520212220
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Reputations come and go, but Alfred Hitchcock's has remained solidly in place in the pantheon of masters of the cinema. What is less known is that he wrote about the cinema during the course of his life, and his writings are presented here.

Hitchcock

Autore: Richard Allen
Editore: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415275262
Grandezza: 55,26 MB
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Alfred Hitchcock's films have had an impact on scholars of all critical persuasions to the extent that the study of his works is synonymous with the study of 20th century cinema itself. These essays reflect the length and breadth of this scholarship.

Alfred Hitchcock

Autore: Gene Adair
Editore: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195119673
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Looks at Hitchcock's early life as well as his legendary career, which spanned five decades and produced some of the most famous and critically acclaimed movies made.

Alfred Hitchcock

Autore: Sidney Gottlieb
Editore: Univ. Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 9781578065622
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Presents a collection of interviews with the British film director which span his five decade career.

Hitchcock

Autore: Robert E. Kapsis
Editore: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226424897
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From the beginning of his career, Alfred Hitchcock wanted to be considered an artist. Although his thrillers were immensely popular, and Hitchcock himself courted reviewers, he was, for many years, regarded as no more than a master craftsman. By the 1960s, though, critics began calling him an artist of unique vision and gifts. What happened to make Hitchcock's reputation as a true innovator and singular talent? Through a close examination of Hitchcock's personal papers, scripts, production notes, publicity files, correspondence, and hundreds of British and American reviews, Robert Kapsis here traces Hitchcock's changing critical fortunes. Vertigo, for instance, was considered a flawed film when first released; today it is viewed by many as the signal achievement of a great director. According to Kapsis, this dramatic change occurred because the making of the Hitchcock legend was not solely dependent on the quality of his films. Rather, his elevation to artist was caused by a successful blending of self-promotion, sponsorship by prominent members of the film community, and, most important, changes in critical theory which for the first time allowed for the idea of director as auteur. Kapsis also examines the careers of several other filmmakers who, like Hitchcock, have managed to cross the line that separates craftsman from artist, and shows how Hitchcock's legacy and reputation shed light on the way contemporary reputations are made. In a chapter about Brian De Palma, the most reknowned thriller director since Hitchcock, Kapsis explores how Hitchcock's legacy has affected contemporary work in—and criticism of—the thriller genre. Filled with fascinating anecdotes and intriguing excerpts, and augmented by interviews with Hitchcock's associates, this thoroughly documented and engagingly written book will appeal to scholars and film enthusiasts alike. "Required reading for Hitchcock scholars...scrupulously researched, invaluable material for those who continue to ask: what made the master tick?"—Anthony Perkins

An Eye For Hitchcock

Autore: Murray Pomerance
Editore: Rutgers University Press
ISBN: 9780813533957
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Film scholar Murray Pomerance presents a series of meditations on six films directed by the legendary Alfred Hitchcock, a master of the cinema. Two of the films are extraordinarily famous and have been seen - and misunderstood - countless times: North by Northwest and Vertigo. Two others, Marnie and Torn Curtain, have been mostly disregarded by viewers and critics, or considered to be colossal mistakes, while two others, Spellbound and I Confess have received almost no critical attention at all. Hitchcock's vision and his screen architecture, revealing key elements and showing how Hitchcock was profoundly interested not only in social class, but also in humanity's philosophical predicament, as we traverse a world fraught with shifting appearances, multiple deceptions, vulnerability and peril. Pomerance also reveals the link between Hitchcock's work and a wide range of thinkers and artists in other fields.

Alfred Hitchcock

Autore: Paul Duncan
Editore: Old Castle
ISBN: 9781903047002
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The first in a new series spotlighting film directors that will tell readers everything they need to know about them in one essential guide. Includes an introductory essay on Hitchcock, reviews and analysis of all of Hitchcock's films, and a handy reference section that lists all the far weightier books about Hitchcock that, at a price, are available to the enthusiast.

A Hitchcock Reader

Autore: Marshall Deutelbaum
Editore: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1405155566
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This new edition of A Hitchcock Reader aims to preserve what has been so satisfying and successful in the first edition: a comprehensive anthology that may be used as a critical text in introductory or advanced film courses, while also satisfying Hitchcock scholars by representing the rich variety of critical responses to the director's films over the years. a total of 20 of Hitchcock?s films are discussed in depth - many others are considered in passing section introductions by the editors that contextualize the essays and the films they discuss well-researched bibliographic references, which will allow readers to broaden the scope of their study of Alfred Hitchcock

Hitchcock And Selznick

Autore: Leonard J. Leff
Editore: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520217812
Grandezza: 54,47 MB
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Paperback reprint of a book depicting the oddly brilliant relationship between Alfred Hitchcock and David O. Selznick, two of Hollywood's most legendary filmmakers.