We have a whole channel of this stuff: http://youtube.com/c/borgusfilm 20 videos on Hitchcock! (Produced by Hitchcock scholar Jeffrey Michael Bays in 2004.) What is the big deal about Alfred Hitchcock? Why are his films considered to be so significant? In this documentary, Hitchcock scholar Jeffrey Michael Bays explores the camera and editing techniques that recur through Hitchcock's films. With an emphasis on emotional faces and glances from his actors, he was able to paint his scenes in a way that drew his viewers into the minds of the characters. ---Be sure to watch our new series Hitch20 on this channel which goes even further in depth into Hitchcock's techniques used on TV.--- Read our new book on Kindle: 'How to Turn Your Boring Movie into a Hitchcock Thriller' http://www.amazon.com/Boring-Movie-Hitchcock-Thriller-ebook/dp/B00FJJLYPM/ Also read my book Between the Scenes in bookstores now: http://www.amazon.com/Between-Scenes-Director-Writer-Transitions/dp/1615931694 See our website for more in depth articles: http://www.borgus.com/hitch Find out more about our Hitchcock homage film 'Offing David': http://www.borgus.com/offing
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Alfred Hitchcock is not only the Master of Suspense, but pure cinema. Here are 3 of his filmmaking tips that you can apply to any film genre. HELP ME MAKE MORE VIDEOS: http://www.patreon.com/thisguyedits --------------- My favorite Filmmaking Book is... "In the Blink of an Eye" by Walter Murch: http://amzn.to/20ujg6B Find out about Walter Murch's theory on the relationship of eye blinking and film editing: https://youtu.be/0_rHsWleVmw?list=PLNEhn13QqMlY2wIkzX4tq4FDJrN0UUSee Artlist Music - unlimited downloads of royalty free music for a full year (plus 2 months extra): http://thisguyedits.com/artlist ----------------------- Hitchcock Movies Shown Here: Rear Window (1954) Marnie (1964) Psycho (1960) Opening Music Cue: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Music to Be Murdered By Sources: "Hitchcock" by Francois Truffaut (my favorite book on Hitchcock): http://amzn.to/2t3CCr2 55-Minute Documentary on Alfred Hitchcock: 'Living Famously' (2003): https://youtu.be/UoAt5u2umaE Alfred Hitchcock - Masters of Cinema (Complete Interview in 1972): https://youtu.be/umfiwI-7I0M Rear Window - Hitchcock's Manipulation: https://youtu.be/e4Yw8hz3tG8 We Have Other Videos Too. Click on "Borgus Network" to See More.: https://youtu.be/Eg6velhQxGs How Hitchcock Creates Suspense: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-QVHJDmD6A Psycho - How Alfred Hitchcock Manipulates An Audience: https://youtu.be/xm-9E275D9c Hitchcock - Reputations: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpRI7IwnQ-I&t=3301s How Alfred Hitchcock Blocks A Scene: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgnNakO6JZw&t=444s Rear Window Analysis - Opening and Closing Sequences: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afipppBDe-0 20 Ridiculous Coincidences That Saved Movie Heroes: http://www.cracked.com/pictofacts-319-20-ridiculous-coincidences-that-saved-movie-heroes/ The TIE Fighter Pilot Who Saved The Day in 'Star Wars': http://www.cracked.com/article_18719_the-tie-fighter-pilot-who-saved-day-in-star-wars.html ----------------------- THIS GUY EDITS (TGE) is a youtube channel by film editor Sven Pape, an A.C.E. Award nominee, whose credits include work for directors James Cameron, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and James Franco. TGE is about how to tell stories creatively. Weekly video uploads can be found on THIS GUY EDITS: videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/svenpape All Rights Reserved © Copyright 2017 This Guy Edits™ End Music By: Andrew Applepie Free Download: http://sh.st/OtxXB
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(Produced by Hitchcock scholar Jeffrey Michael Bays in 2004.) NEW: See our 2014-16 series on Hitchcock techniques in his 20 works of television - the Hitch20. https://www.youtube.com/borgusfilm What is the big deal about Alfred Hitchcock? Why are his films considered to be so significant? In this documentary, Hitchcock scholar Jeffrey Michael Bays explores the camera and editing techniques that recur through Hitchcock's films. With an emphasis on emotional faces and glances from his actors, he was able to paint his scenes in a way that drew his viewers into the minds of the characters. Read our new book on Kindle: 'How to Turn Your Boring Movie into a Hitchcock Thriller' http://www.amazon.com/Boring-Movie-Hitchcock-Thriller-ebook/dp/B00FJJLYPM/ See our website for more in depth articles: http://www.borgus.com/hitch Find out more about our Hitchcock homage film 'Offing David': http://www.borgus.com/offing
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In examination into how Alfred Hitchcock creates suspense in his films. Patreon: www.patreon.com/entertaintheelk Twitter: @entertaintheelk Instagram: @adamtinius Website - www.entertaintheelk.com MEDIA FEATURED IN VIDEO-- The Birds (Blu-ray): http://amzn.to/2qZp8sm Children of Men (Blu-ray): http://amzn.to/2sLmBDi Touch of Evil (Blu-ray): http://amzn.to/2rN3WcY "Hitchcock" by Francois Truffaut: http://amzn.to/2rN8sbA
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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/thediscardedimage Follow Me: https://twitter.com/julianjpalmer https://www.fb.com/TheDiscardedImageUK https://www.instagram.com/julianjpalmer Sponsorship and business inquiries: [email protected] David Thomson: "The critical dogfights over Hitchcock's status were fought at a crucial time, in the early 1960s, to assert the value of his greatest works - Rear Window, Vertigo, North by Northwest, Psycho, and The Birds. And these films are without equal for the way they adjust the cinematic image to our expectations. They are deeply expressive of the way we watch and respond to stories. Their greatness is often employed to explain the nature and workings of cinema. Thus Hitchcock became a way of defining film, a man exclusively intent on the moving image and the compulsive emotions of the spectator."
Views: 152782 The Discarded Image
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http://www.francisbrothersfilms.com Short Fuse is a Hitchcock (sorta) style short film that we wrote, shot and edited in 5 days. THE GUY Rick Meyers (Also co-stars in The Wrong People feature film coming soon http://www.thewrongpeoplemovie.com) THE OTHER GUY Dan Francis Camera,Editing,VFX Jamie Francis Sound Design Dan Francis Story Dan Francis, Rick Meyers, Jamie Francis Original Music Matthew Chung and Marko Koumoulas https://www.youtube.com/user/ScoreSound This video brought to you by our AWESOME patrons: Vikki Smudge (https://www.facebook.com/groups/217344595160) John Shaw Art (http://www.saatchiart.com/account/profile/384884) Are you interesting in seeing your name/link here? Become a patron @ http://www.francisbrothersfilms.com/patreon FILMMAKING Tutorials playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLckyg0FwppXwO5WVxuEtmjWF8fEyK7-WH Consider subscribing to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/francismediaent Interesting in seeing some more work of ours? VFX VIDEOS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLckyg0FwppXx9y9wuza4C2NUq4mF0d-jY SHORT FILMS + TRAILERS + MUSIC VIDEOS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA5C45AC647063BF4 TESTS - Camera, Lens, Effects, etc. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLckyg0FwppXy-909fCVk7HorQk0u4l4va You can follow us here: http://www.francisbrothersfilms.com https://www.facebook.com/nimpods http://www.twitter.com/francismedia https://plus.google.com/100378939349934094814 http://www.instagram.com/francismedia
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Alfred Hitchcock suspense and tension techniques and their influence on modern day directors.
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Thanks for watching! In this video essay, we break down Alfred Hitchcock's masterpiece Rear Window. Over his career, Alfred Hitchcock has implemented hundreds of different techniques to control the audience to have them believe one thing. He is a master of manipulation, and in this video I explore how he is able to control the audience into believing one thing to add suspense. In addition, I explore some of the thematic aspects to the film, and look at why Rear Window is heralded as the masterpiece that it is. https://twitter.com/JackMoviereview http://www.jacksmoviereviews.com/ http://movierehab.com/ Rear Window. Hitchcock. Paramount Pictures, 1954.
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MIT 21L.011 The Film Experience, Fall 2013 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/21L-011F13 Instructor: David Thorburn Hitchcock's style dovetails with the Hollywood system's imposed constraints. Survey his career (Silent Era through the 1960s), method as a fastidious technician. Key themes, such as confinement and authority, demonstrated in Strangers on a Train clip. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
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'What could go wrong? No one's home' No Choice was a University project directed by yours truly. Had a lot of fun making this at 1 in the morning whilst my car alarm kept going off. We wanted this in the style of Hitchcock's earlier works, throughout the production asking ourselves 'how would he shoot this scene?' Starring: Jason Yablon Sam Sharplin Jason Lawrence Crew: Reece Calvert Jason Yablon James Khou Links: Jason Y: https://www.jasonyablon.com/ Sam: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHh3XCHvsdtQiK8swOKQR2A Jason L: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPPoE3MSQvbVlO5vc4is7RA Reece: http://calvertfilm.com/ James: https://www.facebook.com/KhouJames/
Views: 739 Brody King
For our class project we were tasked with producing an Alfred Hitchcock style short film, I got a rough idea of his film-making style from watching some clips from 'Psycho' , this is what I made. Shot & Edited by myself. Starring: Ryan Littler, Blake Hoyland, Kyle Jones, Kim Brown. Story by Blake Hoyland.
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SPOILERS DUH Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho is considered a classic among many film fanatics, critics and movie goers, but many enjoy it as a clever mystery thriller, which is fine but in this video I will give 5 shot examples of how much thought was put into the process of the film. A masterpiece is what we received and for the right reasons, little subtle details, metaphorical symbols, foreshadowing and a lot more are all present in each and almost every shot. I will deconstruct and analyse 5 shots from the film and explore the hidden meanings through visual and symbolic codes.
Views: 17731 Rick Naumovski
Take two sparkling wits, pour them each into a very attractive container, combine plenty of romance, suspense, and comedy, and tada! You’ve got the “Hitch-cocktail” that has captivated audiences for decades. It’s a potion that director Stanley Donen poured generously into his romantic thriller CHARADE, which, from its opening titles to its co-star (vintage heartthrob Cary Grant, who would have been 114 this year) displays more than a hint of Hitch. Watch CHARADE on Fandor today: http://fan.do/r/aqp Video created by Leigh Singer.
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Twitter: @neo_channel_ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Neo-2469247756694957 E-Mail: [email protected] In this video essay I analyze the use of colors in Alfred Hitchcocks masterpiece Vertigo. I spoiler most of the movie so if you haven't seen it I advice to watch it first, it's worth it. Make sure you check out these links for further information: http://faculty.cua.edu/johnsong/hitchcock/pages/stills-vertigo/colors.html https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oc2s9uSXWKM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StcvV1pZXz4 Thanks for looking at my channel.
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The Dolly Zoom is a bizarre cinematic effect, and it can do a lot more than just make you dizzy. Let's take a look at some famous instances of the dolly zoom, see what they accomplish, and explore how it teaches a lot of principles of filmmaking. Patreon: http://bit.ly/1UaO9MU Twitter: http://bit.ly/1QvLI0H
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Knock Short Film by TLentzFilm - Alfred Hitchcock Style! Visit out website. http://tlentzfilm.com/
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Peeping Tom: Hitchcock style. Jeff spies on his neighbour by using a telephoto lens. Starring Raymond Burr and James Stewart. Watch Rear Window here: http://pbfilms.uk/RearWindowPB Watch Masters of Cinema here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTXVOdheePA&list=UUB4VaK5rjEZb5rfU-nptTvw For more information on Double Take head to http://pbfilms.uk/DTHomePage Director: Alfred Hitchcock Starring: James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Wendell Corey, Thelma Ritter Released: 1954 Brought to you by PictureBox Films: Our panel of film lovers hand pick a short-list of films every week to make choosing a film you'll love easy. Sign up today and get your first month free (it's just £4.99 a month thereafter) and you'll be watching great films on demand, online, right away. It’s a great chance to experience a totally different side to the cinema. Take a deep breath and try something new; you might just improve your film life! Start your one month free trial now (UK only!) http://pbfilms.uk/OneMonthFree Subscribe to the PictureBox YouTube Channel here: http://pbfilms.uk/YTSubscribe Follow us On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PictureBox Follow us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/PictureBoxFilms Masters of Cinema playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC12l9jme1rr1Vo2SPbZz_Rc6je7wmqFC How To Get PictureBox: http://pbfilms.uk/HowToGetIt
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This Hitchcock biography comes from the Hottest Singles Resource On The Web. http://www.amazingsingles.com Wikipedia says: "Over a career spanning more than half a century, Alfred Hitchcock fashioned for himself a distinctive and recognizable directorial style. He pioneered the use of a camera made to move in a way that mimics a person's gaze, forcing viewers to engage in a form of voyeurism. He framed shots to maximize anxiety, fear, or empathy, and used innovative film editing. His stories often feature fugitives on the run from the law alongside "icy blonde" female characters. Many of Hitchcock's films have twist endings and thrilling plots featuring depictions of violence, murder, and crime. Many of the mysteries, however, are used as decoys or "MacGuffins" that serve the film's themes and the psychological examinations of the characters. Hitchcock's films also borrow many themes from psychoanalysis and feature strong sexual overtones. Through his cameo appearances in his own films, interviews, film trailers, and the television program Alfred Hitchcock Presents, he became a cultural icon." He brought forth a string of notable films in the 1920's and 30's... probably the best known of these is 1935's "The 39 Steps." A film that was about a man falsely accused and on the run... a theme that would crop up time and time again in Hitchcock's films. His first American film was 1940's "Rebecca" a psychological thriller which was then followed by "Foreign Correspondent"... a spectacular spy thriller. Both films were nominated for Academy Awards for best picture of 1940... "Rebecca" won. In the 1940's he made a series of great films such as Spellbound (1945 Notorious (1946) and Rope (1948) but his peak years were in the 1950's when he gave us a procession of films that electrified audiences ... I Confess (1953) Dial M for Murder (1954) Rear Window (1954) To Catch a Thief (1955) The Trouble with Harry (1955) The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) The Wrong Man (1956) Vertigo (1958) North by Northwest (1959) But his best known film was 1960's Psycho, a film he financed himself. During the 60's and 70's he gave us a few more thrillers such as The Birds (1963) Torn Curtain (1966) and Frenzy (1972) but nothing had the same impact as Psycho. He retired in 1976 and died in 1980 at the age of 80.
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Video originaly made for Film Riot's Monday Challenge: Hitchcock. I decided to make a video using techniques of Alfred Hitchcock adapted to a modern time, including a macguffin. Hope you like it. Filmed in Camargo, Chihuahua, Mexico Subscribe: http://goo.gl/wkgPe0 If you liked this video, share it and give it a thumbs up, thank you. Find me: http://twitter.com/Zamir_Hernandez http://facebook.com/TheZamir http://www.facebook.com/darkeclipseproductions Thanks to everyone who made this video possible Music: Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/ ProScores http://www.videocopilot.net/products/proscores/ Some of These Days (1910) - Sophie Tucker "Public Domain" Directed, Shot & Edited by: Zamir A. Hernandez CAST: Burglar.....Alondra Valles Driver.......Alejandro Murillo
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Trailer Mix is a weekly series that re-imagines your favorite films as entirely different genres. This week, we gave the 2009 comedy 'The Hangover' an Alfred Hitchcock treatment! New episodes of Trailer Mix released every Monday: http://on.mash.to/SubscribeWatercooler More 'Trailer Mix' episodes: http://on.mash.to/TrailerMixPlaylist CREDITS Edited by Ian Beckman Narrated by Ian Beckman Executive Producer: Dustin McLean MASHABLE WATERCOOLER Hey. Hey, you. Yes, YOU! If you like what you see, please make sure to subscribe to our channel for more videos like this. http://on.mash.to/SubscribeWatercooler Also, every time you leave a comment, a kitten happily purrs itself to sleep. Let us know what you like, or even love, in the comments below. We want to hear from you! Mashable is a leading global media company that informs, inspires and entertains the digital generation. http://www.mashable.com
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Episode 9 "Four O'Clock Study Block" - Documentary web series exploring the film techniques of the twenty TV episodes Alfred Hitchcock directed. Ep9: What's the difference between tension and suspense? Using "Four O'Clock" to reveal eight of Hitchcock's methods of increasing screen tension. Sponsored by: Glidecam: http://www.glidecam.com Special Guests: Forris Day, Jr. @forrisday John P. Hess @FilmmakerIQ Benjamin Stirek Watch full slackline videos from Lukas Irmler / adidas Outdoor: https://youtu.be/DzseY4Surrg Now follow Hitch20 on Twitter @BorgusFilm #hitch20 Official site: http://www.borgus.com/hitch20 NOTES See also: #2 'Breakdown' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKr0kR5QkF8 #3 'Pelham' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8O7lhwLcNQ #6 'Blanchard' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRAVT2SJ-sQ Palette of Worry: 1. Detail 2. Shot Proximity and Frequency 3. Sounds & Silence 4. Stream of Consciousness 5. Misunderstood Facts 6. Comic Energy 7. Paranoid Objects 8. Malfunctions & Incompetence Theme music performed by Radoslav Zdravkovic: https://www.youtube.com/user/RadoslavZ Written/Produced/Narrated by Jeffrey Michael Bays Author of 'Between the Scenes' in bookstores worldwide. Official site: http://www.borgus.com Read our eBook on Kindle: 'How to Turn Your Boring Movie into a Hitchcock Thriller' http://www.amazon.com/Boring-Movie-Hitchcock-Thriller-ebook/dp/B00FJJLYPM/ See our website for more in depth articles: http://www.borgus.com --- This season you'll learn: audience manipulation, the film chase, branding with cameos, tension, new suspense models, and the Hitch logline test. Upcoming Special Guests: William C. Martell (screenwriter for HBO & Showtime), John P. Hess of FilmmakerIQ, V Renée of No Film School, Hitchcock scholars Susan Smith, Jan Olsson, Dan Auiler, and more! Series written/produced/narrated by Jeffrey Michael Bays, author of 'Between the Scenes.'
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Episode #200: Alfred Hitchcock Jon celebrates this milestone episode with an extensive look at famed British auteur, Sir Alfred Hitchcock, by reviewing seven of his most popular films; "Notorious", a noir-drama starring Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman; "Dial M For Murder", a tense stage-thriller from 1954; Jimmy Stewart and Grace Kelly in the voyeurism-focused "Rear Window"; the complex mystery thriller, "Vertigo", also starring Jimmy Stewart; the iconic adventure caper, "North By Northwest", Hitchcock's most famous film, "Psycho", starring Norman Bates in the original 'slasher' film; and Tippi Hedren's film debut in the creature feature "The Birds". BUY the Azulle Access Plus Mini PC Stick! -- http://amzn.to/2h00C9b Or, WATCH my full tech review -- https://youtu.be/KQDQUHSXMPQ VISIT the "Movie Night Archive" for individual reviews and trailer commentaries: http://bit.ly/JPMNYT WATCH more full-episodes of "Movie Night: http://bit.ly/JogJPMN READ my un-filmed reviews / scripts: http://bit.ly/JPMNNotFilmed FOLLOW me on Letterboxd to see what I'm watching / rating: http://bit.ly/JonLetterboxd Tonight's Films: • Notorious (1946) - Carefully structured romance with compelling chemistry and noir-drama, 8/10. • Dial M For Murder (1954) - A quintessential stage thriller with that'll keep you on edge, 9/10. • Rear Window (1954) - Uncomplicated developments, but still enthralling, 7/10. • Vertigo (1958) - Influential and interesting, but it feels like an unfinished concept, 6/10. • North By Northwest (1959) - Classic adventure film that remains as sharp as ever, 9/10. • Psycho (1960) - Hitchock's finest achievement, and one indelibly haunting picture, 10/10. • The Birds (1963) - Slow screenplay and lame characters redeemed by lasting imagery, 6/10. Review Next Episode's Films: • Arrival (2016) • Fences (2016) • Hacksaw Ridge (2016) • Hell Or High Water (2016) • Hidden Figures (2016) • La La Land (2016) • Lion (2016) • Manchester By The Sea (2016) • Moonlight (2016) ~~ Movie Night ~~ From inside Hollywood's Chinese Theater, film critic Jonathan Paula shares in-depth and spoiler-free movie reviews on everything from new releases to classics from years past. Presented with a polished style, each episode contains three or more reviews centered around a specific theme - with each movie rated on a 1-10 scale. New episodes twice a month, with single-review uploads and trailer reactions also available on the "MovieNight" channel. Born in February 1986, Jonathan Paula is a professional YouTuber, creator of "Is It A Good Idea To Microwave This?", and founder of Jogwheel Productions - a new media production company. Jon graduated from Emerson College in 2008 with a degree in Television Production / Radio Broadcasting. He currently lives in Rockingham, NH with his wife Rebecca. ~~ Jogwheel Shows ~~ Movie Night ----------------------- http://bit.ly/JogJPMN The Microwave Show -------- http://bit.ly/JogTMS Don't Eat The Spam ----------- http://bit.ly/JogSpam Game Time Hangouts -------- http://bit.ly/JogGame Jogwheel Originals ------------- http://bit.ly/JogOriginals Roller Coaster Commotion - http://bit.ly/JogRCC Live Time ---------------------------- http://bit.ly/JogLive Weird Part Of YouTube ------- http://bit.ly/JogWeird 3 Steps To Success ------------ http://bit.ly/Jog3Steps ~~ Jon's Other Channels ~~ Jon's World (2nd Channel) - http://bit.ly/JonWorld Movie Night Archive ----------- http://bit.ly/JPMNYT The Microwave Show --------- http://bit.ly/TMSArchive uStream Live Shows ----------- http://bit.ly/JogLive ~~ Social Media & Merch ~~ Twitter ------------------- http://bit.ly/JonTW Facebook --------------- http://bit.ly/JonFBFan Instagram --------------- http://bit.ly/JonInsta Patreon ------------------- http://bit.ly/JonPatreon Letterboxd -------------- http://bit.ly/JonLetterboxd T-Shirts ------------------- http://bit.ly/JogStore ~~ Technical ~~ Created by ------ Jonathan Paula Camera ----------- Panasonic HMC-150 Microphone ----- Sennheiser ME 66 Software --------- Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015 Computer ------- http://bit.ly/JonPaulaPC • Jogwheel Productions © 2017 • ~
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FIL3854: Individual Presentation Summer B 2014
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This trailer is from a film produced, directed and photographed in 1997 by Geoffrey Brown for Combridge Int'l. Shot on 16mm film and posted on digital.
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In this fantastic interview with Alfred Hitchcock from a 1976 press conference for his last film 'The Family Plot'. During this interview (1.5hr) Hitchcock responds to a range of serious and comical questions about his career, his filmmaking style, story, and directing. Storyboards: the cemetery sequence from Hitchcock's 'Family Plot' http://faculty.cua.edu/johnsong/hitchcock/storyboards/family-plot/storyboards-1.html Composer John Williams on scoring 'Family Plot' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKIm5kMpEZA Courtesy of Erik Clapp Cinema+Photo http://vimeo.com/erikclapp Found at the Bobbie Wygant archives http://bobbiewygant.blogspot.nl/
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The project was for my SDSU class called study of directors. I edited these clips together to show some of Hitchcock's filming Techniques.
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Vertigo movie clips: http://j.mp/1uuv3Xq BUY THE MOVIE: http://amzn.to/tLFCk2 Don't miss the HOTTEST NEW TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u2y6pr CLIP DESCRIPTION: A San Francisco detective (James Stewart) suffering from acrophobia investigates the strange activities of an old friend's wife, all the while becoming dangerously obsessed with her. FILM DESCRIPTION: Dismissed when first released, later heralded as one of director Alfred Hitchcock's finest films (and, according to Hitchcock, his most personal one), this adaptation of the French novel D'entre les morts weaves an intricate web of obsession and deceit. It opens as Scottie Ferguson (James Stewart) realizes he has vertigo, a condition resulting in a fear of heights, when a police officer is killed trying to rescue him from falling off a building. Scottie then retires from his position as a private investigator, only to be lured into another case by his old college friend, Gavin Elster (Tom Helmore). Elster's wife, Madeleine (Kim Novak), has been possessed by a spirit, and Elster wants Scottie to follow her. He hesitantly agrees, and thus begins the film's wordless montage as Scottie follows the beautiful yet enigmatic Madeleine through 1950s San Francisco (accompanied by Bernard Herrmann's hypnotic score). After saving her from suicide, Scottie begins to fall in love with her, and she appears to feel the same way. Here tragedy strikes, and each twist in the movie's second half changes our preconceptions about the characters and events. In 1996 a new print of Vertigo was released, restoring the original grandeur of the colors and the San Francisco backdrop, as well as digitally enhancing the soundtrack. CREDITS: TM & © Universal (1958) Cast: James Stewart, Kim Novak Director: Alfred Hitchcock Producers: Herbert Coleman, James C. Katz, Alfred Hitchcock Screenwriters: Alec Coppel, Samuel A. Taylor, Pierre Boileau, Thomas Narcejac, Maxwell Anderson WHO ARE WE? The MOVIECLIPS channel is the largest collection of licensed movie clips on the web. Here you will find unforgettable moments, scenes and lines from all your favorite films. Made by movie fans, for movie fans. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MOVIE CHANNELS: MOVIECLIPS: http://bit.ly/1u2yaWd ComingSoon: http://bit.ly/1DVpgtR Indie & Film Festivals: http://bit.ly/1wbkfYg Hero Central: http://bit.ly/1AMUZwv Extras: http://bit.ly/1u431fr Classic Trailers: http://bit.ly/1u43jDe Pop-Up Trailers: http://bit.ly/1z7EtZR Movie News: http://bit.ly/1C3Ncd2 Movie Games: http://bit.ly/1ygDV13 Fandango: http://bit.ly/1Bl79ye Fandango FrontRunners: http://bit.ly/1CggQfC HIT US UP: Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1y8M8ax Twitter: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt Pinterest: http://bit.ly/14wL9De Tumblr: http://bit.ly/1vUwhH7
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