Alfred Hitchcock (Masters Of Cinema Series) By Bill Krohn
Masters of Cinema is an essential introduction to the work of the world’s greatest directors. It is comprehensive, authoritative, yet concise and accessible monographs on leading figures in the history of cinema. Organized chronologically, from the director’s earliest works to their most recent films.
Clear and insightful texts written by some of the world’s most respected specialists – film critics, journalists and scholars. Richly illustrated with 100 images, including film stills, set photographs, film sequences and posters, some of which have rarely been seen before.
Useful guide to the seminal films of the best directors. Includes a detailed biography, filmography and plot summaries
Size: 240 x 195 mm (9 1/2 x 7 5/8 in)
Pages: 104 pp
Illustrations: 100 illustrations
About the Author
Bill Krohn, internationally respected as one of the world’s best cinema critics, is the Los Angeles correspondent for Cahiers du cinéma. He is also the author of Hitchcock at Work, which has been translated into numerous languages.