Photography on the Big Screen

Rear Window (1)

Grace Kelly, James Stewart and Alfred Hitchcock watch as L.A. Times press photographer Phil Bath goes over some of the photography equipment used in the 1954 classic, REAR WINDOW. Stewart portrayed a magazine photographer injured during a photo shoot. Laid up in his Greenwich Village apartment he spends his days watching his neighbors through his window. Then one day he witnesses a murder…or did he?

I wrote about this film twice on my film blog, Twenty Four Frames. The links are below.

https://twentyfourframes.wordpress.com/2011/12/02/rear-window-1954-alfred-hitchcock/

https://twentyfourframes.wordpress.com/2014/04/14/rear-window-a-second-look/

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