July 11 W - 1968- large companies were not owned by...

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The Good German- World War 2 -same type of narrative and in the same time period as Casablanca -Set in berlin -1 st criticized for being too much like old films, especially Casablanca -uses actually war footage to suggest age Feature Film Industry- Turner -FFI: a narrative of maximizing profits through economic concentration, tech, innobation, and ideological conservatism -the defeat of “realism” -destination of Turner’s FFI narrative: “The Blockbuster” Important Dates: 1896- beginning of film 1919- vertical integration occurs 1949- vertically integrated structure is said to be a violation of an anti-trust law in a court case. The V.I. companies have to reorganize
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Unformatted text preview: 1968- large companies were not owned by anything but then they get sold to large corporations 1985- video technology becomes big in other countries. No longer need to go into theaters to see movies 1995- digitalization becomes a major factor of production-sound: 1920s-color: 1930s-widescreen: 1950s (Vertical Integration- controls what movies play in theaters and what music plays in the movies) Casablanca and the FFI-product-Rationalized-Production/distribution/exhibition-segregated crafts system (work divided: different screen writers are examples)-vertical integration (controlling the product)...
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