Class 13: Independent Hollywood

In today’s class, we covered some of the changes to exhibition that emerged in the 1960s and 1970s, particularly those which disrupted the old models of theatrical exhibition and even television distribution. Those changes made possible for certain filmmakers to work outside of the confines of the studio system and to launch a movement that would guide Hollywood for many years towards a middle-brow cinema known as “Independents,”

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