Lecture 4

Lecture 4 - 9/15/09 Lecture 4 Directors Unit 1960s New...

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9/15/09 Lecture 4 Directors Unit First Assistant Director Second Assistant Director 1960s New generation of Executives/Agents o Set the stage for major changes in content o Independent style movies were being bank rolled by studios Younger generation in movie theaters Beginning of the counter culture/civil rights (examples of social change) o Made its way into tapestry of movie content 1970s Advent of home video o Very lucrative (brand new revenue stream at this time) Spirally costs o o Continues to be a headache for management 1980s o Merchandising rights (Lucas retained during sequel – asked for 100%) Books, music Globalization o Sony buying Columbia etc 1990s
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DVD (another 10 years later it is on decline) We now have the web o New opportunity, jobs, product, etc Guest Speaker: David Waters – Second Assistant Director History Liberal Arts Education in Broadcast communication (wanted to be a reporter) Ended up being a videographer- sucked did this for 2 years o Worked 15 hours a day and made horrible wage Advice*: don’t give yourself multiple titles North Carolina – set tax incentive to have a studio up there (reduces bottom line)
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