The Videographic Essay: Practice and PedagogyMain MenuThe Videographic EssayTable of ContentsIntroduction, Acknowledgements, and Further ReadingScholarship in Sound & Image: A Pedagogical EssayPedagogical essay authored by Christian Keathley and Jason MittellDissolves of PassionIn Dialogue: Eric Faden and Kevin B. LeeBecoming Videographic Critics: A Roundtable ConversationA conversation among practitioners curated by Jason MittellStar Studies in TransitionBut Is Any Of This Legal?Videographic ExercisesGallery of All ExercisesCreditsChristian Keathley0199b522721abf067a743773a226b6064fe22f8cJason Mittell06e96b1b57c0e09d70492af49d984ee2f68945deCatherine Grantc9eab209ad26b2e418453515f6418aa2cbe20309
Notorious Alternative Trailer
12016-04-30T11:53:45-07:00Jason Mittell06e96b1b57c0e09d70492af49d984ee2f68945de75432An exercise by John Gibbsplain2016-05-06T11:31:24-07:00Jason Mittell06e96b1b57c0e09d70492af49d984ee2f68945deJohn Gibbs produced this trailer for Notorious (Alfred Hitchcock, U.S.A., 1946), in which the film is offered as a male melodrama centered on Claude Rains’ character.
12016-05-06T11:28:40-07:00Notorious alternative trailer1An alternative trailer for Notorious, made as part of the NEH funded workshop 'Scholarship in Sound & Image' at Middlebury College, June 2015. Inspired by a particular shot which hints at a dimension of the film which could be elaborated if the narrative were oriented slightly differently, this essay seeks to amplify the idea that the spy story of Notorious is a means to articulate ideas around gender, jealousy and sexual insecurity.plain2016-05-06T11:28:40-07:00Vimeo2015-09-26T08:02:07video140509154John Gibbscary granthitchcocknotoriousingrid bergmanclaude rainsalex sebastianmale melodrama