Film Series

Saturday, November 17, 2007

Part of True and False: Jeff Wall on Cinematography

Date + Time

Saturday, November 17, 2007
2:00 p.m.


Phyllis Wattis Theater


1964, 130 min.
Direction: Alfred Hitchcock
Cinematography: Robert Burks

Marnie stars Tippi Hedren as a disturbed kleptomaniac terrified of the color red and Sean Connery as the businessman who becomes obsessed with her. It has a psycho-sexual intensity that is rare even for Hitchcock. Burks started out producing special effects for Warner Bros., specializing in forced perspective miniatures, before becoming a full director of photography in 1949. Marnie is the last of 12 films that he shot with "the master of suspense." Burks's clean and sharp, deep-focus approach came to define the classic Hitchcockian visual style.

Admission + Ticketing

$5 general, students, and seniors; free for SFMOMA members or with Museum admission (requires free ticket, which can be picked up in the Haas Atrium). Tickets are available at the Museum (with no surcharge) or online.

True and False: Jeff Wall on Cinematography is generously supported by the Susan Wildberg Morgenstein Fund.

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