Hollywood’s Fall and Rise (1960-1980): Chapter Summary Name Institution Hollywood’s Fall and Rise (1960-1980): Chapter Summary Older film directors eventually downed their tool and young directors took over. A number of these new Hollywood directors self-consciously opted for classical studio genres paying homage to venerated filmmakers (Thompson & Bordwell 2003). Studios also allowed filmmakers to come up with something that resembles European art films during the recession period. By 1967 new exhibition and production technologies emerged and were characterized by studios' dependence on selling television rights to various features (Thompson & Bordwell 2003). The industry the film industry took in the early 1960s which was to weigh in on the impact it would have on the economy of the country (United States) as far as Hollywood is concerned as well as the adoption of technology in pursuit of success (Thompson & Bordwell 2003). Lastly what was left out is primarily the impact in terms of culture as technology once it took the center stage failed to integrate culture as it is evidenced by the films. References Thompson K. & Bordwell D. (2003). Film history: An introduction. New York NY: McGraw Hill. [...]
READ Chapter 22 and then complete a summary of the chapter following these guidelines: The summary will be one page, single-spaced in 12-point Times font, with one-inch margins. Failure to adhere to these formatting specifications (i.e., half page, incorrect font, 2-inch margins, etc.) will result in a ZERO for the assignment The summary will address at a minimum: 1) What are the "major" arguments/ideas presented in the reading? 2) How are the authors considering history, culture, technology, industry, economics, etc., and how do these impact motion pictures in historical epoch being discussed? 3) What/who "counts" as historically significant? What is left out? I will provide a link to download the textbook in pdf once the assignment is accepted.