Hitchcock Annual

Volume 16

This new issue of the Hitchcock Annual contains studies of Hitchcock and theater, Hitchcock's atheology, and the filmmaker's influence on the stalker genre. It features analyses of Rear Window and Gus Van Sant's shot-by-shot remake of Psycho, a dossier of To Catch a Thief, and an early essay by Hitchcock himself. Les mer
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This new issue of the Hitchcock Annual contains studies of Hitchcock and theater, Hitchcock's atheology, and the filmmaker's influence on the stalker genre. It features analyses of Rear Window and Gus Van Sant's shot-by-shot remake of Psycho, a dossier of To Catch a Thief, and an early essay by Hitchcock himself. The Hitchcock Annual will be published every spring, beginning in 2011 with Volume 17.

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Hitchcock in 1928: The Auteur as Autocrat An Autocrat of the Film Studio, by Alfred Hitchcock A Perfect Place to Die? The Theatre in Hitchcock Revisited Reflections on the Making of To Catch a Thief: Andre Bazin, Sylvette Baudrot, Grace Kelly, Charles Vanel, and Brigitte Auber What We Don't See, and What We Think It Means: Ellipsis and Occlusion in Rear Window The Destruction That Wasteth at Noonday: Hitchcock's Atheology Gus Van Sant's Mirror-Image of Hitchcock: Reading Psycho Backwards Hitchcock, Unreliable Narration, and the Stalker Film