Alfred Hitchcock

Filmmaker.

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Listen to the Greats Discuss ‘Vertigo,’ Hitchcock’s Magnum Opus

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Watch a video essay about why Vertigo resonates so profoundly with filmmakers.

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Exploring the Relationship Between ‘Citizen Kane’ and ‘Rebecca’

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What can we learn by juxtaposing these two classic movies?

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How the Dangers of Memory Affect Characters

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Unsurprisingly, there is a downside to clinging to manipulated and distorted memories.

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Why Hitchcock Altered the Opening Sequence of ‘Notorious’

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Watch a video essay examining how Alfred Hitchcock set up a motif.

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When Fran├žois Truffaut’s Life Imitated His Art

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A filmmaker becomes his own character.

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5 Train Movies for Every Movie Lover

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To mark the release of Murder on the Orient Express, we’ve compiled a list of five train movies for every kind of movie fan.

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Hitchcock Takes Flight: A Stairway Filmography

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The 39 Steps? How about 39 different staircase movies?

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An Analysis of Hitchcock’s Weakest ‘Psycho’ Scene

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The Great Directors Who Went To The Extreme

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An exploration of the ethics behind extreme filmmaking tactics.