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Alfred Hitchcock's Moviemaking Master Class

Alfred Hitchcock's Moviemaking Master Class
Your Price: $35.95 CDN
Author: Tony Lee Moral
Publisher: Michael Wiese
Format: Softcover
# of Pages: 224
Pub. Date: 2013
ISBN-10: 1615931376
ISBN-13: 9781615931378

About the Book:

"Good evening. My name is Alfred Hitchcock. Let's take your audience on a roller coaster ride of thrills and suspense."

Alfred Hitchcock is one of the most revered filmmakers of the 20th century. Not only was he the "Master of Suspense," he was also an innovator of storyboarding, directing, framing, editing, and marketing. Hitchcock did indeed teach master classes in filmmaking, but only to a handful of fortunate colleagues and students in private lectures at film institutes, universities, and film schools.

In Movie Making Master Class you too will learn at the side of "Master of Suspense" as Hitchcock author and aficionado Tony Lee Moral takes you through the process of making a motion picture, Hitchcock-style:

• Learn Filmmaking from one of the greats

• A look inside the process of "The Master of Suspense"

• Discover the secrets of Hitchcock's success

What people say:

"For any lover of Hitchcock, it is enthralling." — Alec McCowen, star of Frenzy

"Positive coverage of one of the giants of film — I was privileged to be taught by him in that craft — always with courtesy, humor, and great insight. I am indebted to him." — Barbara Leigh-Hunt, star of Frenzy

"Moral approaches Hitchcock with a smart, analytical eye, and deconstructs his films in a way that allows filmmakers to understand his techniques and use them to improve their own work." — Chad Gervich, author: Small Screen, Big Picture: A Writer’s Guide to the TV Business

About the Author:

Tony Lee Moral is a television producer, and screenwriter with an interest in mystery and suspense. The author of three books on Alfred Hitchcock, he has directed over 100 hours of television for American and British networks.