Alfred Hitchcock: centenary essays

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British Film Institute, 1999 - 362 páginas
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Born in 1899, Alfred Hitchcock directed 57 films in a fifty year career that spanned the history of the moving image, from the silent era to stereo sound, black-and white to Technicolor, widescreen to television, and from Europe to Hollywood. His oeuvre has so comprehensively engaged the attentions of scholars of all critical persuasions that the study of his films is synonymous with the study of the art of cinema itself. Alfred Hitchcock: Centenary Essays displays the range and breadth of Hitchcock scholarship and assesses the significance of his singular body of work. The book engages with Hitchcock's characteristic formal and aesthetic preoccupations, his relationship with modernism and politics and his engagement with romance and sexuality.#xA0; This volume of essays draws on the best of current Hitchcock criticism and opens up new directions for Hitchcock scholarship.#xA0;

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The Dandy in Hitchcock
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James Hitchcock and the Fate of Character
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Some Thoughts on Hitchcocks Authorship
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Richard Allen and S. Ishii Gonzales both teach at New York University, where Richard Allen is Chair of Cinema Studies.

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