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Video Essay: My Little Loves

Video Essay: My Little Loves

In this video essay, Alex Robertson discusses the unique blend of audience empathy and visual absorption offered in My Little Loves, the final feature by French master Jean Eustache.
NYFF 2015: Baumbach Charts New Territory In a Well-Worn Genre

NYFF 2015: Baumbach Charts New Territory In a Well-Worn Genre

It’s like gawking at Whistler’s Mother in the Mussée D’Orsay while Whistler himself stands over your shoulder and talks to you about it.
NYFF 2015: De Palma, "De Palma," and Baumbach

NYFF 2015: De Palma, “De Palma,” and Baumbach

Much as De Palma is at his most original and his most political when he “does” Hitchcock, Baumbach is at his proudest, his most creative, and his most ambitious when he points the camera at his subject and listens.
The Title Sequences of Alfred Hitchcock

The Title Sequences of Alfred Hitchcock

Hitchcock’s title sequences are miniatures of his movies, confirming all of his artistic quirks and credos. They acknowledge their artificiality and still manage to be hugely entertaining in their own right.
Dial M for Murder

Dial M for Murder

It's easy to forget, with the glut of 3D movies after Avatar, that 3D has been around a lot longer than you'd think. The early 1950s saw the first 3D craze; House of Wax is the best remembered example. But in 1954, Hitchcock made one called Dial M For Murder.
Rep Picks for the Weekend of 3/29/13

Rep Picks for the Weekend of 3/29/13

Double Exposure's repertory picks for the weekend.
The Psycho Birds

The Psycho Birds

John Colella analyses the bird imagery in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho and The Birds.
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