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Alfred Hitchcock’s Moviemaking Master Class: Learning about Film from the Master of Suspense

by: Tony Lee Moral

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

Alfred Hitchcock did indeed teach master classes in filmmaking, but only to a handful of fortunate colleagues and students in private settings. In this new book by one of the world’s leading Hitchcock experts, you too will learn at the side of “The Master of Suspense.”

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Tony Lee Moral is an author and documentary film maker who has written three books on Alfred Hitchcock: Alfred Hitchcock's Movie Making Masterclass (2013) published by MWP books; The Making of Hitchcock's The Birds (2013) published by Kamera Books and Hitchcock and the Making of Marnie (2005) published by Scarecrow Press.
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“Good evening. My name is Alfred Hitchcock. Let’s take your audience on a roller coaster ride of thrills and suspense.”

Alfred Hitchcock did indeed teach master classes in filmmaking, but only to a handful of fortunate colleagues and students in private settings. In this new book by one of the world’s leading Hitchcock experts, you too will learn at the side of “The Master of Suspense.”

50% DISCOUNT DURING DECEMBER

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ISBN: 9781615931378
SKU: 211130601/Done
Publisher: Michael Wiese Productions
Publish Date: May 1, 2013
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    For any lover of Hitchcock, it is enthralling.

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    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.

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    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.