HITCH20 explores the twenty episodes of TV that Hitchcock personally directed. Various Hitchcock scholars and film gurus offer their insights.
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The top source on the net to learn Hitchcock's film techniques. Read our free articles from Hitchcock scholar Jeffrey Michael Bays.
Articles and Interviews:
Article: LA Screenwriter: "The Joy of Making Things Go Wrong" by Jeffrey Michael Bays
Audio Interview: Indie Film Hustle: How to Create Suspense Like Hitchcock
Audio Interview: The Art of Film Funding: Jeffrey Michael Bays shares Tips From His New Book Suspense With a Camera
Audio Interview: Houston Productions TBA
Audio Interview: Forris Day's Coffee Shop Conversations Podcast TBA
“Suspense With a Camera is the new filmmaking bible for any director who wants to gain access to Alfred Hitchcock's suspenseful bag of tricks.” -Alex Ferrari, Indie Film Hustle
"Bays' passion for Hitchcock and his techniques is so contagious."
- Caleb Hammond, MovieMaker Magazine
"Jeffrey Michael Bays is the ultimate expert regarding Hitchcock’s masterful filmmaking."
-Laurie Scheer, author, The Writer's Advantage
"A powerful reminder of the wisdom that can be gained from studying the greats." -Michael Koehler, Lights Film School