Tag: Jeffrey Michael Bays

Suspense With A Camera: A Filmmaker’s Guide To Hitchcock’s Techniques by Jeffrey Michael Bays (book review).

October 1, 2017 | By | Reply More
Suspense With A Camera: A Filmmaker’s Guide To Hitchcock’s Techniques by Jeffrey Michael Bays (book review).

Director Alfred Hitchcock was well titled as the ‘Master of Suspense’. He instinctively knew which hooks to use to grab you to care for the characters and then swing it around and put them in serious danger so you cared for their fates. Although Jeffrey Michael Bays’ book ‘Suspense With A Camera: A Filmmaker’s Guide […]

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Between The Scenes by Jeffrey Michael Bays (book review).

January 11, 2015 | By | Reply More
Between The Scenes by Jeffrey Michael Bays  (book review).

Something that films and books have in common are gaps between scenes or events. Viewers and readers casually accept these as places where nothing happens or isn’t that important to knowing what is going on and can move on to the next important event in the story. I mean, who wants the story to drag? […]

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