Dan is the bestselling author of Vertigo: The Making of a Hitchcock Classic (St. Martin's Press and Smashwords) and Hitchcock's Notebooks (HarperCollins). He has established himself as one of the leading experts on Hitchcock and film history; his expertise has earned him appearances in several important documentaries. He appears often television and radio programs to discuss Hitchcock, film history and contemporary cinema.
Special edition of the the bestselling Vertigo: The Making of a Hitchcock Classic. The new e-text has images, a new preface and additional commentary on Vertigo's selection as the Best Film Ever Made by the BFI's Sight and Sound.
Hitchcock Lost focuses on the story behind the lost silent Hitchcock, The Mountain Eagle and the remarkable, unmade project of the late 60s known as Kaleidoscope or Frenzy. The two film serve as anchor points in a career so rich in realized projects that their absence tantalizes like the green haze of desire Scottie's desire evokes at the Empire Hotel.
The book also recounts the other stillborn p