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'Rear Window' Study Notes by Dr Michael Kitson

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'Rear Window' Study Notes by Dr Michael Kitson

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Resources include: Historical Context, Characters, Commentary on Ten Key Scenes, Film Theory, Writing Templates, and an explanation of Film Grammar, Convention and Style.

Dr Michael Kitson, film critic and Hitchcock expert, is trained in the production of film and TV, he worked as a location sound recordist and documentary researcher, studied cinema journalism at the British Film Institute under film theorist, Laura Mulvey and film critic Derek Malcolm. Dr Kitson has has been writing on film for over twenty years (Cinema Papers, IF, Metro, ASE, Limelight). He has lectured in literature, creative and screen writing at the University of Melbourne, Swinburne, UWS, Melbourne Polytechnic, Victoria University Federation University and Latrobe University. He holds a PhD UWS, MA in Communications RMIT, MA Creative Writing (hons) University of Melbourne, BA Monash University and supervises and assesses postgraduate and doctoral candidates. His short fiction has been anthologised. His reviews can be read in The Australian newspaper on-line.

Dr Michael Kitson’s ‘Rear Window’ Study Guide is a detailed, original and accessible analysis of the text. These notes include Hitchcock's characterisation, film grammar, themes, analysis of ten central scenes, a bank of key quotations and bibliography. The resources give students the edge, providing them with an essential vocabulary and ideas bank.

His resources focus on providing students with the tools needed to deliver a credible reading of the text, enhanced by sophisticated language and underpinned by a complexity of ideas.

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Resources include: Historical Context, Characters, Commentary on Ten Key Scenes, Film Theory, Writing Templates, and an explanation of Film Grammar, Convention and Style.