Wide Angle (Vol. 4, No. 1) [topic: Alfred Hitchcock]

By: Lehman, Peter, ed.

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[minor external edge- and surface-wear, slight diagonal bends/creases at a couple of corners]. (B&W photographs) Issue devoted primarily to critical analysis of the work of Alfred Hitchcock, including articles speficially devoted to SHADOW OF A DOUBT, BLACKMAIL, NOTORIOUS, NORTH BY NORTHWEST, and MURDER!, as well as more general pieces on such topics as "Alfred Hitchcock: Allegy of Ambiguous Sexuality" and "Point of View and 'Intrarealism' in Hitchcock." The issue also includes: an excellent interview with director Samuel Fuller, conducted by Russell Merritt and Peter Lehman; an interview with video/audio artists Kit Fitzgerald and John Sanborn; a provocative essay by critic David Ehrenstein entitled "Within the Pleasure Principle, or Irresponsible Homosexual Propaganda"; a review-essay focusing on the significance to black film scholarship of two books by Thomas Cripps

Title: Wide Angle (Vol. 4, No. 1) [topic: Alfred Hitchcock]

Author: Lehman, Peter, ed.

Categories: Cinema: Periodicals, *NEW ARRIVALS,

Edition: (Vol. 4, No. 1)

Publisher: Athens OH, Ohio University Department of Film / Athens Center for Film and Video: (c.1980)

Binding: Wraps

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 25738

Keywords: John Ford Film Directors Alfred Hitchcock Samuel Fuller Homosexuality in Film Film Criticism