Alfred Hitchcock

Filmmaker.

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Bernard Herrmann’s Remarkable, Unnerving Gift to Cinema

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An overview of the career of one of America’s greatest composers.

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A Video Essay Guide to Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘Vertigo’

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Want to learn more about the Hitchcock masterpiece? Check out these five video essays.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Grace Kelly

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In 1954, Grace Kelly starred in Dial ‘M’ For Murder, Rear Window, and a third film for which she won an Academy Award. Not bad, right?

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Watch Out For Mrs: Comparing Hitchcock’s ‘Rebecca’ and ‘Psycho’

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What goes up, must come down. A look at two staircase scenes from two Hitchcock masterpieces.

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The Best Year in Movies Was 1959

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Between John Wayne, Marilyn Monroe, and Alfred Hitchcock, 1959 has it all.

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Examining How Films Effectively Utilize Cliché

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These three films use cliché the right way.

Hitchcock’s Portrayals of Women, Intimacy, and Sexual Violence

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Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic heroines still haunt our perceptions of modern female fear and desire.

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A Brief History Of Directors Remaking Their Own Films And What We Can Learn From Them

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From the blatantly unoriginal remake to the beneficial opportunity for improvement, the practice always has interesting results.

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5 Must Watch Video Essays for Hitchcock Fans

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If you love Alfred Hitchcock, you’ll love these video essays about his work.