Artist As A Filmmaker Series: Vertigo
Aug 8 2012 7:30PM - 9:30PM
Presented by UArts and the Philadelphia Film Society, the "Artist As A Filmmaker" monthly film series highlights world-renowned directors who transitioned their careers from visual artistry to filmmaking.
This month features "Vertigo" directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Hitchcock influenced much of what we take for granted in modern cinema with his use of camera techniques, sound tracks and editing styles. When first released, "Vertigo" received unfavorable reviews from critics, but has gone on to become a classic psychological thriller and a film that helped define Hitchcock’s career.
Tickets are only available the day of the show at the door, with a general admission fare of $5.00. Complimentary access is granted to Philadelphia Film Society members as well as University of the Arts students and faculty (with proper identification).Gershman Hall
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