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New Hollywood Adult films sink animation at theatres’ July 29, 2019
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MORE TRENDS 5 ) Lots of animated commercials and show openings
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DePatie-Freling show open
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DEPATIE-FRELING: WORKING ON THE WARNER LOT People wanted them to do more film title work And they went on to do 16 years of Pink Panther and The Inspector cartoon shorts, as well Ironically the genesis of the work was created at Warner Bros. physical studio
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Ed Graham and “Linus the Lionhearted”: Advertising Agency created cartoon series
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Two University of Utah students Ed Catmull and Fred Parke created the first 3D Vector animation Catmull and Parke would go on to create Pixar Animation
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WALT DISNEY Died December 15, 1966
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Meanwhile at theaters FILM 1) Sound of Music 2) 101 Dalmatians BOX OFFICE BUDGET $158 mil $156 mil $ 8.2 mil $ 4.0 mil $ 3.5 mil $11.0 mil $ 3.0 mil 3) Jungle Book (1967) $144 mil 4) Doctor Zhivago 5) The Graduate 6) Butch Cassidy 7) Mary Poppins 8) Lady & Tramp 9) My Fair Lady 10)Thunderball $111 mil $104 mil $102 mil $102 mil $ 93 mil $ 72 mil $ 63 mil Paramount $ 8.0 mil $ 4.0 mil $17.0 mil $ 9.0 mil Fox Disney Disney MGM Embassy Disney Disney Warner UA $ 6.0 mil
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WALT DISNEY Died December 15, 1966
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TOP FILMS OF THE 1970S 1. Star Wars (1977) 2. Jaws (1975) 3.Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977/80) 4.The Exorcist (1973) 5.Moonraker (1979) 6.The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) 7.The Sting (1973) 8.Grease (1978) 9.The Godfather (1972) 10. Saturday Night Fever (1977) Neither a Disney nor an Independent film… what happened?
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TOP FILMS OF THE 1970S 1. Star Wars (1977) 2. Jaws (1975) 3.Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977/80) 4.The Exorcist (1973) 5.Moonraker (1979) 6.The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) 7. The Sting (1973) 8.Grease (1978) 9.The Godfather (1972) 10. Saturday Night Fever (1977) Not a Disney or an animated or an Independent film on the list… what happened?
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NEW HOLLYWOOD Period from Bonnie & Clyde (1967) to Raging Bull (1980) in which films could: Appeal to a subset of the audience Had stylistic editing that called attention to itself or the situation Handheld camera Mixing of film stock (grainy, less graining, color, and even a return to black and white) Central character didn’t always win; was often flawed
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beginning of “new Hollywood” Film-schools had only recently become widespread in the U.S. so these were some of the early graduates of major programs There were young directors and knew the younger target audience wanted something different They were influenced by French New Wave Mixed film stocks (video, film, B&W, color, slow mo, etc.) Weren’t phased by bringing discomfort to the audience Don’t mind shying away from happy resolutions and don’t mind ambiguous or unhappy endings Didn’t mind departing from narrative linearity, momentum or traditional editing forms Central character often flawed Stylistic editing over “invisible editing” techniques Only a subset of the audience is appealed to (not 8-80)
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Some of New Hollywood’s directors of the Era Martin Scorsese ( Mean Streets, Taxi Driver, Raging Bull ) NYU film John Avildsen ( Rocky, Save the Tiger, Karate Kid I-III, 8 Seconds, Rocky V ) NYU grad doing films about underdogs George Roy Hill (
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