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Unformatted text preview: Frim History 4 / 3 American New Wave Hollywood falls behind : due to Generational Change - 19508 - mid- 60 audience changed to lower - class, younger , better educated - older audience stayed home to watch TV Arrival of Independents - "art " films could make money - major studies became willing distributors of indep- production New Directors - new directors from IV entered film production A New American Audience - 120 gen, in history to grow up w / visual literacy of IV 8 language of cinema - increase in # of film courses at colleges Bonnie 8 Clyde (1967 ) - Archetypical New Hollywood film - attached by erities as a gratuitously bloody gangster fiton - characters are antiestablishment heroes "BORDER 2001 : A Space Odyssey" 71968) - Stanley hubrie $10 - 3 mill . production - ppre structure nearly dialogue free "attempt to communicate more to subconscious over intellect " The Wild Bunch " (1969 ) - Amps . mercenary presence in Vietnam Penn & Pechinpan's Legary - committed during time of war - brought Amer . film closer to reality in depiction of weapons " Easy Rider "( 1969 ) - violence & paranoid of an ideologically drided Amer . The New Hollywood's Legacy " youth - cult " bubble burst as youth movembreame mancusingly confused...
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  • Summer '18
  • Lara Hyrcaj
  • Bonnie and Clyde, new directors, Archetypical New Hollywood, drided Amer

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