Here at Hitchcock University you learn from the masters of the craft. We don't bring you speculation about what a filmmaker was thinking, but actually go to the source and bring you lessons from the greatest of all time.
500-A Guest Lecture (The Irishman)
In this class session, a master returns to us to teach us how a theme can guide a filmmaker's every decision.
I also give some disappointing news about the upcoming semester.
423-Your Mistakes Might As Well Be Your Own (Fedora & Buddy Buddy)
In this class session, Billy gives us perhaps his greatest lesson about being your own filmmaker, in spite of surrounding circumstances.
422 - When the Wind at Your Back Isn't Your Own (The Front Page)
In this class session, Billy gives a pointer on how you can use blocking to help you edit, but more importantly, helps us all understand the lose-lose proposition that is remakes.
421 - Here, We Take Our Time (Avanti!)
In this class session, Billy teaches us about counterpoint in storytelling, and about how to hide your exposition.
420 - Billy Troubleshoots (The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes)
In this class session, Billy doles out some helpful hints to making your life on set much easier.
419 - He Describes a Pretzel and it Comes out a Doughnut (The Fortune Cookie)
In this class session, Billy teaches us the beauty in simplicity.
Listening to Martin Scorsese series right now. Gives valuable insight into the process that I didn’t know!
This is a unique podcast when compared to others. Top of the notch choice for cinephiles - beginners and experienced - by a true cinephile.
Had to check notes to see who directed M? Atmosphere is new to Double Indemnity? What about Universal horror films in the 30s? Needs better analysis.