TITLE: Hitchcock's moviemaking master class; learning about film from the master of suspense.
AUTHOR: Moral, Tony Lee.
PUBLISHER: Michael Wiese Productions
PUBLISH DATE: 2013
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CLASSIFICATION: PN1998
REVIEW: Tony Lee Moral, a documentary filmmaker, presents a guide to filmmaking that draws on the work of Alfred Hitchcock. He goes over the essentials of coming up with a story, writing your screenplay, preproduction concerns, working with actors, cinematography, film-editing, sound and music, and promoting your film. Each chapter comes with Hitchcock films to watch, exercises, and discuses Hitchcock's best insights into how to make films that move audiences. Appendices include Hitchcock's filmography and a list of directors influenced by Hitchcock. There is no index. ((C) Book News, Inc., Portland, OR)
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