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  • the most lucrative film (and the first summer blockbuster) ever made up to that time (with a record soon to be broken). It was the first film to earn more than $100 million for its producers. Rather than opening small in a few metropolitan centers, it opened - after a three-day TV advertising blitz (that cost $700,000) -

    "wide release" on 460 screens around the country at the same time



  • ten Academy Award nominations—winning two, one for Best Sound and Best Adapted Screenplay,

  • 1970 keynote

    1. 1. 1970s by: Jang, Minnie, and Poon
    2. 2. 1970s • Hollywood financial problem • The Last Golden Age of American Cinema • Old filmmakers died out • Old styles & techniques died out
    3. 3. 1970s • Beginning of New Hollywood ‘American New Wave’ • Loosen up controls & limitations • Lots of experiments • The dark side of the American Dream
    4. 4. Impact to the industry • Hippie’s movement • Civil right movement • Rock & Roll • Use of drugs, sex, crime, and violent • New/experimental filmmakers
    5. 5. New film markets • Cable TV ‘HBO’ • Home video revolution • ‘Cineplex’
    6. 6. Cable TV • HBO “Home Box Office” • Founded 1972 • First Satellites broadcasting
    7. 7. Home video revolution • SONY’s BetaMax VCR • Pre-recorded video tapes • Beginning of video sales & rentals • DVD
    8. 8. Cineplex • “Eaton Center” • 18 theaters • World’s largest cineplex • Opened April 1979 in Toronto
    9. 9. pre-70s films • Bonnie & Clyde (1967) • 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) • The Wild Bunch (1969)
    10. 10. 70s top films • Star Wars (1977) • Jaws (1975) • Grease (1978) • The Exorcist (1972) • The Godfather (1972)
    11. 11. Star Wars aka Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope • 1977 film by George Lucus • New techniques and effects • Achieved $1.5M in the opening weekend • Franchise popular until today
    12. 12. George Lucas • 1944-present • Writer/Director • First film “THX 1138” (1971) • Established ‘Lucasfilm Ltd’ in 1971 • Focus on futuristic/fiction films
    13. 13. Jaws • Film by Steven Spielberg • Realistic science-fiction/ horror disaster film • Attack human’s fear • Book into almost 500 theaters — a record. • First to Advertise on TV
    14. 14. Steven Spielberg • 1946-present • Director/Producer/ Screenwriter • First film “Duel” (1971) • Directed the Blockbuster ‘Jaws’ at the age of 27
    15. 15. The Exorcist • 1973 film by William Friedkin • Horror film feature extreme blood and gore • First blockbuster movie • Huge effects on pop culture
    16. 16. William Friedkin • 1935-present • Director/Producer/ Screenwriter • Fascinated at Citizen Kane • Other known work - The French Connection

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