“Appreciating Hitchcock’s Visual Artistry (before computers!)”

On Sunday, August 8th, we’ll take another look back at the cinematic artistry of the late, great Alfred Hitchcock.  In this year’s installment we will show visually artistic images from some of his classic films, when there were no computers to create special effects.  From the exotic dream sequence of 1945’s Spellbound to the use of silent backtracking in 1972’s Frenzy– one of my favorites–, he deftly controlled audiences and their emotions.  We will also have a general discussion of his career beginning a century ago, and I’ll suggest some of his lesser known works that you might enjoy.  “See” you there!


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