1000 Frames of Hitchcock – Spellbound (1945)

Slightly inspired by Douglas Gordon’s “24 Hour Psycho” video installation, here’s the first part of “1000 Frames of Hitchcock”:

Spellbound (1945)

…be warned, it’s a bandwidth hungry page!

The 1000 frames are fairly equally spaced and each represents a section of film lasting roughly 6 seconds.

Seeing as the next Dynix User Group Conference will be held in Barcelona, here’s a segment containing one of the Salvador Dali “Dream Sequences”:


And, just to really tax your bandwidth and overload your computer, here’s a page that tries to show all 1000 frames in just 1 minute:

Hitchcock in 60 seconds – Spellbound (1945)

…the page might take a little while to load!


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