Hitchcock von Truffaut, Francois,Hitchcock, Alfred und eine große Auswahl ähnlicher Bücher, Kunst und Sammlerstücke erhältlich auf. Francois Truffaut interviewt Alfred Hitchcock. Allein diese beiden Namen lassen die Herzen von Filmfreaks eindeutig höher schlagen. Wer Hitchcocks Filme mag. abhold, so präsentierte sich Alfred Hitchcock in den ausführlichen Interviews, die François Truffaut mit ihm führte und in denen er Fragen beantwortete.
Mr. Hitchcock, wie haben Sie das gemacht?Francois Truffaut interviewt Alfred Hitchcock. Allein diese beiden Namen lassen die Herzen von Filmfreaks eindeutig höher schlagen. Wer Hitchcocks Filme mag. Truffaut/Hitchcock. Cover: Truffaut/Hitchcock. Diana Verlag, München - Zürich ISBN gebunden, Seiten, abhold, so präsentierte sich Alfred Hitchcock in den ausführlichen Interviews, die François Truffaut mit ihm führte und in denen er Fragen beantwortete.
Truffaut Hitchcock See a Problem? VideoHitchcock-Truffaut Episode 10: The MacGuffin, ‘Foreign Correspondent’, 1940 Hitchcock/Truffaut is a French-American documentary film directed by film critic Kent Jones about François Truffaut's book on Alfred Hitchcock, Hitchcock/Truffaut, and its impact on cinema. Truffaut interviewed Hitchcock over eight days in at his offices at Universal Studios to write his book. Great minds think alike, and great minds think for themselves. In , film critic and French New Wave director François Truffaut sat down with Alfred Hitchcock to record a week-long interview about Hitchcock’s entire body of work. I would have given anything to just stand in the corner and listen. Narrator: Hitchcock had freed Truffaut as an artist and Truffaut wanted to reciprocate by freeing Hitchcock from his reputation as a light entertainer. And that's the basis on which they started their conversation. Any book-length interview with Alfred Hitchcock is valuable, but considering that this volume's interlocutor is François Truffaut, the conversation is remarkable indeed. Here is a rare opportunity to eavesdrop on two cinematic masters from very different backgrounds as they cover each of Hitch's films in succession. Hitchcock/Truffaut is a must see for any filmmaker and any serious fan of Hitchcock. It explores themes from his films, his cinematic techniques, and has great insights/interviews from such iconic contemporary film directors such as David Fincher, Wes Anderson, James Gray, & Richard Linklater.
Transcriptions are available for some of the parts. The video is in French with Italian subtitles. The Alfred Hitchcock Wiki links wiki home page filmography gallery articles journal articles newspaper articles.
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Hitchcock discusses the inspiration behind his films and the art of creating fear and suspense, as well as giving strikingly honest assessments of his achievements and failures, his doubts and hopes.
Hitchcock Francois Truffaut Affichage d'extraits - For instance, when he made "Sabotage" in , Hitch has an anarchist give an innocent boy a bomb to carry to another location.
The kid thinks it's just a reel of film in a movie canister. The bomb is set to go off at 1pm, during a parade, but the boy's delayed. He gets on a bus to make up time, sits next to a nice old lady and a puppy and plays with it.
But the bus is caught in traffic due to that parade and the suspense builds and builds and builds until the bomb goes off, killing everyone on the bus.
It's a horrifying reminder of what terrorism is all about. The audience was furious and the movie was a flop. Because he'd ostensibly offered up a piece of fun entertainment and then, without warning, shoved the audience's face in the brutality of life.
You don't tell someone you'll give them a kiss I've seen other movies make this same mistake, and even though they're fine films they crash and burn with the moviegoers.
Hitchcock would still toy with the audience's emotions in movies like "Vertigo" which hurt its box office but not its standing as a work of art and "Psycho" where he was a bit more careful in leading up to the famous shower sequence , but he never flat-out lied to them, again.
But then, Hitchcock knew film was an odd art form that didn't have the full freedom of true art and shouldn't be taken too seriously.
Too many people were involved in its creation, and the audience is too important a part of the final result. This book backs up his assertions about that.
His famous quote, in fact, is -- "It's only a movie. Reading this book will help them find that understanding. Jan 08, Raquel rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-i-own , classic-film-books.
Alfred Hitchcock is considered to be one of the best directors of all time but that wasn't always the case. This is film school in book form.
Never have I read a book so f Alfred Hitchcock is considered to be one of the best directors of all time but that wasn't always the case. Never have I read a book so full of enlightening information about the film-making process.
I learned so much from both directors on how to build suspense, expert use of the camera as storyteller and how stories are adapted.
This book is chock-full of these kinds of insights. And for Hitchcock fans, myself included, there are lots of behind-the-scenes trivia bits that will delight and inform.
Jun 08, David Rain rated it it was amazing. Distilled from over fifty hours of taped interviews with Hitchcock, this sustained dialogue between two great directors is required reading for anyone interested in film, and anyone interested in storytelling too.
Feb 07, James rated it really liked it. Always heralded as one of THE great books on cinema and the best, supposedly, on Hitchcock, these documented interview sessions with the great French director Francois Truffaut and Alfred Hitchcock is as good as reported.
This was a revised edition that includes an addendum by Truffaut after Hitchcock's death in It is full of insights both by Truffaut and Hitchcock and has a great amount of photographs.
At times Truffaut gets a bit stuffy and opinionated and corrective of the choices Hitch Always heralded as one of THE great books on cinema and the best, supposedly, on Hitchcock, these documented interview sessions with the great French director Francois Truffaut and Alfred Hitchcock is as good as reported.
At times Truffaut gets a bit stuffy and opinionated and corrective of the choices Hitchcock made in his great work and at times, it appears, that Hitchcock gets a bit The reader is treated to the reason why Hitchcock featured mostly blondes in his films and the answer was quite sexually surprising.
Hitchcock cared ONLY about the visual and the set pieces, while the actors were just there to move it along. Even so, his work is some of the most memorable pieces of cinema experience in history.
Oct 02, Nandakishore Varma rated it really liked it. Exhaustive and detailed interviews of Hitchcock by Truffaut, where the director explains his vision and technique.
A must-read for all Hitchcock fans. Truffaut proves himself as a brilliant interviewer, in addition to being a terrific filmmaker. After Hitch's death, Truffaut apparently updated the work to include Hitchcock's final films.
What make "Good evening, students of the macabre. Although the two directors have linguistic and cultural differences and though they each have different directorial styles, they both speak the language of cinema.
The interviews took place over the course of a week in an office at Universal Studios and due to a language barrier there was a translator — Helen Scott — who served as the communication bridge between the two great directors.
Perhaps this is partly owed to the fact that he made more commercial films than did many of those other directors who I refer to, and knew, thus, how to accept criticism though Truffaut offers much more praise than negative criticism and play the publicity game.
And Truffaut also two of my favorites : Notorious interestingly both Hitchcock and Ingmar Bergman comment on the female lead of that picture — Ingrid Bergman — being an exceptionally difficult actress to work with and Rear Window.
I'm also very partial to both North by Northwest and Psycho , probably at least in part because those were the first two Hitchcock films to which I was exposed.
Griffith and also, to a lesser degree, Fritz Lang and FW Murnau and which has been mimicked by many after, some more effectively than others. Jul 13, Joshua rated it really liked it.
These conversations illuminate how important the process of film-making is, and how Hitchcock, during his life, seemed constantly concerned with making his films dynamic and significant to the larger body of what film wa 19 August Hitchcock and Truffaut managed to create the ultimate film podcast, and I would highly encourage the reader to look up the actual tapes of these interviews because they will catch far more of the inflections and delivery which in turn will create a stronger impact.
These conversations illuminate how important the process of film-making is, and how Hitchcock, during his life, seemed constantly concerned with making his films dynamic and significant to the larger body of what film was and could be.
Books like this matter because they show new artists what is possible, and they can inspire the next generation to see more from the camera than just the possibility to take pictures.
It can inspire them to see the medium as a realm of possibility. I enjoyed these interviews, because the exchange between Hitchcock and Truffaut really allowed for an interesting examination of cinema as an art form and how the artist crafts their style and voice through their work.
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The Pleasure Garden The Mountain Eagle The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog The Ring Downhill The Farmer's Wife Easy Virtue Champagne The Manxman It was here that he became familiar with American cinema and directors such as John Ford, Howard Hawks and Nicholas Ray, as well as those of British director Alfred Hitchcock.
Truffaut soon gained a reputation for unforgiving and brutal reviews, earning him the nickname "Le Fossoyeur" The Gravedigger.Resume making your offerif the page does not update Zeichentrickfilme Neu. Contact seller. Retrieved 8 June Truffaut's mother's family disputed the Serien Stream Z Nation but Truffaut believed and embraced it.