5 Hitchcock Techniques You Might Want to Be Using in Your Films
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'Rear Window': Hitchcock’s Cinematic Exploration of Voyeurism Disguised as a Top-Notch Thriller • Cinephilia & Beyond
By Sven Mikulec For all our education and filmwatching experience, we still haven’t found...
Alfred Hitchcock and The Art of Pure Cinema | The Cinema Cartography
For English subtitles turn the CC on.Support this Channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/cinemacartographyhttps://www.thecinemacartography.com For busin...
Alfred Hitchcock's 'Lifeboat': An Expertly Composed Allegorical Thriller That Deserves More Recognition • Cinephilia & Beyond
The first in Alfred Hitchcock's series of limited-setting films, the 1944 American drama thriller Lifeboat is a remarkable proof of the filmmaker's
Psycho - How Alfred Hitchcock Manipulates An Audience
In this video essay I look at Psycho, and the devious ways Alfred Hitchcock toys with audience sympathies.Support + Extra Content - https://www.patreon.com/t...
Patricia Hitchcock talks about Strangers on a Train
As part of the 1997 Hitchcock Season on BBC2, several short guest interviews were filmed. Each short focused on one specific Hitchcock film. Patricia Hitchco...
‘Strangers on a Train’: A Technically Perfect Psychological Carousel as One of Hitchcock’s Best • Cinephilia & Beyond
One of the most popular psychological crime thrillers that Hitchcock ever made is definitely Strangers...
9 Essential Silent Hitchcock Movies His Fans Shouldn’t Miss
“The silent pictures were the purest form of cinema; the only thing they lacked was the sound of people talking and the noises. But this slight imperfecti