Students debut Hitchcock-inspired films
Motivated by four of Alfred Hitchcock films, the students in Bob Smith's American Film course will be debuting their own pieces on Saturday night at 7 p.m. in von der Mehden Theatre.
Michael Cyr, Mariya Fernandez, Sarah Maher, TJ Stolzenberg and Georgia Williamson created the first film, which was inspired by Hitchcock's 1935 British film "The 39 Steps." Next Kalena Milluzzo, Ryan King and Alex Linski will reveal their film that was inspired by Hitchcock's 1951 movie "Strangers on a Train."
The next showing will be Kevin Anderson, Matt Casso, Greg Contolini, James Morganti and Dave Ritter's film that was inspired by Hitchcock's 1954 film "Rear Window." Last but not least the fourth film of the series will be Kevin Dowling-Logue, Anthony Gennetti, Hackson Gibbon, Jerry Hewitt and Michael Marrero's film, which was inspired by Hitchcock's 1960 film "Psycho."
Although the titles have been kept secret until their debut date, the students will be giving an introduction for each film before the showing. All student directors will be available after their film premieres to answer any questions the audience might have about that particular film. Each film will have a running time between 15 and 30 minutes.
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