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Alfred Hitchcocks' Moviemaking Master Class [Kindle Edition]

Tony Lee Moral

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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 regularly engaged with his audiences and gave lectures at film institutes, universities, and film schools across the country. Now in this Movie Making Master Class, Hitchcock author and aficionado Tony Lee Moral takes you through the process of making a ?motion picture, Hitchcock-style.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 2291 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 240 Seiten
  • Verlag: Michael Wiese Productions (30. Oktober 2013)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00GPCF836
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Extremely well-written, about one of our best 11. April 2013
Von Dave Watson, Editor, Movies Matter - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
With Alfred Hitchcock's enduring legacy, this book promises a lot and delivers. Tony Lee Moral's writing quickly establishes this material as accessible, noting Alfred Hitchcock's enduring influence and why we as filmmakers should study the master. Moral sheds light on the director's ability to use cinematic tools such as sound, light, music, all with the audience in mind. "You have a rectangle to fill," is a saying I also learned from this book. That sentence alone, the title of chapter five, shows Hitchcock's approach as Moral elucidates the master's tools and leads you step-by-step through how to make a great film. Which comes back to the writing--Moral doesn't waste your time, is clear, and consistently thought-provoking, very much like his subject.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen decent 4. Juni 2014
Von dev - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
the reading is interesting but not as in depth as I hoped. You supposedly learn how to structure film like Hitchcock and seems over simplified. I want more in depth of how Hitchcock made films but it still gives some examples on how he kept audiences interested in suspense.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great book about all aspects of film-making, not just about Hitchcock 17. April 2013
Von Matthew Terry - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
Quick - name a famous director that has come out in the past ten years. Tarantino? No. Spike Lee? Spielberg? Anyone? I think the closest I could find is probably Christopher Nolan who made "Memento" in 2000 or Alfonso Cuaron who made "The Little Princess" in 1995. Is there ANY name that springs to mind? Anyone that is doing amazingly good and innovative work? Ah, found one: Zack Snyder who directed "Dawn of the Dead" in 2004 and has helmed the most recent Superman re-boot "Man of Steel." Sadly, though, directors have seemingly become footnotes to film - unless you're a name...and no director has a name that looms larger than Alfred Hitchcock. His work from the silent era, his classic films from the 50's, his ground-breaking work from the 60's, his dabbling in television and finally his last films in the 70's no one director has been more influential to Hollywood (and beyond) than Alfred Hitchcock.

As great as Hitchcock was, though, he sadly is linked to "suspense" or "horror" films. Romantic comedies were not his forte - though his films could be filled with humor. When I tell the wife we're going to watch a Hitchcock film she'll sigh and wander off to do something else. But Hitchcock was far more than a "suspense" film director or a "horror" film director. Sure "Psycho" and "The Birds" pop to mind and are synonymous with Hitchcock, and rightfully so, but to just say that he did shock horror films does a disservice to everything he has made (even his not-so-great films).

And that's the rub of this book: "Alfred Hitchcock's Movie Making Master Class" by Mr. Moral. I fear that people will walk on by assuming that the book is all about suspense films or horror films or creepy subject matter or planes chasing people down. No, no and, uh, no. Like Hitchcock, this book is far more than that.

Broken down in a logical format, Mr. Moral's book explores all the aspects of film-making (writing, casting, working with actors, lighting, editing, even promotion) and how both Hitchcock approached them, dealt with them, hired the right people to accomplish what he wanted - or took it upon himself to do it. This is, truly, a Master class of ALL aspects of film-making.

What sets the book apart, beyond that, are Hitchcock's own words. Filled throughout the book are quotes by Hitchcock on all these various parts of the film-making process. It truly is as if you're sitting down with the master himself. Sprinkled, too, are many quotes from the various directors working today and how they have been influenced by Hitchcock and his approach to film-making and storytelling.

I truly fear that wanna-be film-makers will walk by this book thinking that it has nothing to say to them and that it's a biography or something on Hitchcock and they will surely be missing out.

There are storytellers, there are movie directors and then there's Alfred Hitchcock who made a career out of re-telling stories and redefining film-making. Tony Lee Moral's book explores everything you need to know about Hitchcock and his methodologies...and then some.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Learn From the Master! 6. Mai 2013
Von Jeffrey Hirschberg - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
"Alfred Hitchcock's Moviemaking Master Class" lives up to its title. As a screenwriter and film professor, I have been a fan of Hitchcock for years. Still, I learned quite a bit about Hitchcock's process and collaborations via this well-researched book. Tony Lee Moral takes us inside Hitchcock's mind: his motivations for selecting certain scripts over others, thought process re: shot selection, casting, and the like. This book works just as well for fans of Hitchcock's films and filmmakers looking to infuse a little suspense into their own work from the Master himself. A great read!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Learn moviemaking skills from the Htich the master of suspense in a fine book by Tony Lee Moral 12. September 2013
Von C. M Mills - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
I am a ravenous N reader of works about Alfred Joseph Hitchcock (1899-1980) the London cockney film genius whose long list of over fifty feature films is peerless! Among his greatest works are 'Vertigo"; "North by Northwest"; 'Psycho"; "The Birds" and "Notorious" and countless others. There have been whole libraries devoted to the films of the master. Tony Lee Moral has written "The Making of The Birds" and "The Making of Marnie." "Alfred Hitchcock's Moviemaking Master Class" analyzed the director's oeuvre as Moral makes sage criticisms of the works and provides a roadmap for future filmmakers, He explores such subjects as
Screenwriting; the use of music in film scoring; pre-production and publicity for a film's premiere; the work of casting actors for the film; the art of sound and cutting and the importance of suspense and photography. Your reviewer will never make a movie but as a fan of Hitchcock I learned more about the great directories techniques. The book is lavishly illustrated with stills of Hitchcock movies. It was also interesting to see how Hitchcock has influenced such famous present day directors as Spielberg. The book includes much to study and ponder. It will be a fine book to use n a film school course on Alfred Hitchcock. The book contains many good quotations about the difficult and demanding art form of film. A sampling:
"The man on the run in these wrongfully accused films is the average man."-p. 10
"...MacGuffin-a key plot device in his films that drives the story."-p. 16
"The 39 Steps is one of Hitchcock's favorite films because of the rapid and sudden switches in location."-p. 21
"There is no terror in the bang, only in the anticipation of it."-Hitchcock is quoted on page 23.
"Suspense is like a woman. The more left to the imagination, the more the excitement."-Hitchcock is quoted on page 26.
"For Hitchcock the most enjoyable part of making a movie was being in his office with his writer, discussing the storylines and deciding what that were going to put on the screen."-p. 20
I had low expectations for this short book but is was much better than I thought it would be! Worth your money. Recommended!
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