The Screen as Canvas: Alfred Hitchcock as Master of Images

The famous “master of suspense,” director Alfred Hitchcock compared himself to the abstract painter Paul Klee, and insisted that he thought “only on that white screen that has to be filled up the way you fill up a canvas”–that is, with images that told the story.

This presentation will focus on some of Hitchcock’s compelling imagery, especially his use of works of art to tell his suspenseful tales.  

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Speakers
Janice Simon
Professor
Details
  • Start Date
    March 20, 2021 12:01 am
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