What is Auteur Theory? – Definition and Examples

What is Auteur Theory and Why Is It Important? Auteur Theory is a way of looking at films that state that the director is the “author” of a film. The Auteur theory argues that a film is a reflection of the director’s artistic vision; so, a movie directed by a given filmmaker will have recognizable, recurring…

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Alfred Hitchcock: Breaking Down the Master’s Techniques

Alfred Hitchcock, filmmaking, directoral, master of suspense, The Man Who Knew Too Much, Sabotage, The Lady Vanishes, The Lodger, Vertigo, North by Northwest, The Birds, Psycho, Notorious, Rebecca, Marine, Alfred Hitchcock Presents,

Alfred Hitchcock: Breaking Down the Master’s Techniques Alfred Hitchcock is the master of suspense. You’ll see what I mean. A hand draws back a shower curtain and a blade appears through the steam. A man descends a staircase, bearing a tray with a glass of milk that appears at once nurturing and suspicious. A young…

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IFH 193: How to Create Suspense Like Hitchcock

Jeffery Michael Bays, Alfred Hitchcock, Suspense with a Camera: A Filmmaker's Guide to Alfred Hitchcock, Borgus Film,

Please Note: Once you press play it will take a few seconds for the episode to start playing. 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?…

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