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FMMC0239

Cinema of Alfred Hitchcock

The Cinema of Alfred Hitchcock
The cinematic artistry of Alfred Hitchcock in a dozen of his major films (mainly from the 1950s, including North by Northwest, Psycho, Rear Window, The Trouble with Harry, Vertigo) with attention to Hitchcock's style and technique, his obsessive images (such as dangling over the abyss), and his characteristic themes (the transfer of guilt, the double, etc.) and with a focus on the figure of the artist in Hitchcock's work. Issues such as the relationship of film to narrative fiction and to dramatic literature will also be explored. 3 hrs. lect./disc./screening
Subject:
Film & Media Culture
Department:
Film & Media Culture
Division:
Arts
Requirements Fulfilled:
ART NOR
Equivalent Courses:
ENAM0239 *
ENGL0239

Sections

Spring 2015

FMMC0239A-S15 Lecture (Bertolini)
FMMC0239Y-S15 Discussion (Bertolini)
FMMC0239Z-S15 Discussion (Bertolini)

Fall 2011

FMMC0239A-F11 Lecture (Bertolini)
FMMC0239Y-F11 Discussion (Bertolini)
FMMC0239Z-F11 Discussion (Bertolini)

Fall 2007

FMMC0239A-F07 Lecture (Bertolini)
FMMC0239B-F07 Lecture (Bertolini)

Spring 2004

FMMC0239A-S04 Lecture (Bertolini)
FMMC0239B-S04 Lecture (Bertolini)