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Mar 25

10 a.m. @ Myrtle Beach Education Center
Free

Thomas W. and Robin W. Edwards Colleg Of Humanities and Fine Arts and American Studies

American Studies Lecture Series: Images and Icons of America Alfred Hitchcock: Image Maker
Saturday, March 25
Coffee social 9:30 a.m.; lecture 10 a.m.

Matthew Bell, CCU faculty member in visual arts, explores the skill with which Hitchcock balanced the demands of the commercial and the personal in his films. By looking at a variety of examples, from Hitchcock’s early British thrillers, fighting with the Hollywood power structure, and finally his heyday of accomplishment during the late 1950s and early 1960s, Bell explains how Hitchcock became the embodiment of the 20th century “amateur” filmmaker.
An online course in American Studies (AMST 303/503) is available as a complement to the four-part lecture series.
Myrtle Beach Education Center, 79th Avenue, Room 108

Admission: Free and open to the public (no ticket required)

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