How to Create Suspense Like Hitchcock with Jeffery Michael Bays
Have you ever wanted to know how Alfred Hitchcock became the master of suspense? How Hitch used the camera and lens to create terror in the audience? Well, you can watch all 52 films Hitchcock directed or if you want to get a head start on you Hitchcock education you should listen to today’s guest, Jeffery Michael Bays, the author of the new book Suspense with a Camera: A Filmmaker’s Guide to Alfred Hitchcock.
Jeffery shares his knowledge and love for Alfred Hitchcock as well as the tricks and techniques that made Hitchcock the master of suspense. If Hitchcock is your thing then also watch Jeffery’s amazing series Hitch 20. He breaks down every episode of television Alfred Hitchcock ever directed. Check out the video below.
Enjoy my conversation with Jeffery Michael Bays.
LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
- Suspense with a Camera: A Filmmaker’s Guide to Alfred Hitchcock
- Between the Scenes: What Every Film Director, Writer, and Editor Should Know About Scene Transitions
- Jeffery Michael Bays – YouTube
- Jeffery Michael Bays – Official Sites
- Hitch 20 Series
- Tailorsound.com (IFH TRIBE DISCOUNT 15% OFF – (Just type HUSTLE anywhere in “Post Your Brief” section)
- Filmmaker in a Box – Learn How to Make an Indie Film – 18 Hours+ of Lessons
- Martin Scorsese Film Directing Masterclass
- Werner Herzog Filmmaking Master Class
- Aaron Sorkin Screenwriting Master Class
- FreeFilmBook.com (Download Your FREE Filmmaking Audio Book)
- IFH MASTERS CIRCLE – Filmmaking Community
- IFH’s Online Film School
- Six Secrets to get into Film Festivals for FREE!
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