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Vertigo street art

Vertigo street art in Paris. Unfortunately someone stole it just 24 hours later.

It shows how Judy would always be second best to Madeleine, even after she had died. 24 more words


CTS LECTURES ➣ Those bloody pigeons.

Fictional Space.

At the end of our lecture, Greta handed out various photographs and asked us to write a letter to a friend regarding a fictional space inspired by that very same photograph. 421 more words


Hockey musical is gone, but spoofy sand-and-surf tale remains

By Richard Ades

It was one busy week at the Garden Theater.

Last Wednesday, Short North Stage opened its first original work, The Great One… 566 more words


3 things about Alfred Hitchcock's DIAL M FOR MURDER

Dial M for Murder

1. Scissors from her mending basket.
2. Luminous green bedside clock.
3. A bottle of lighter fluid. High-waisted pants, suspenders, a tucked-in necktie. 51 more words

Vertigo Storyboard

This storyboard highlight the key shots when Scottie follows Madeleine up the bell tower and she falls. The sharp increase between the shot angles emphasises Scotties futility of reaching her and his vertigo, which makes the audience feel unbalanced themselves.