Groundbreaking films including in cold blood 1967

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groundbreaking films including In Cold Blood (1967), Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969), Tequila Sunrise (1988), and A Civil Action (1998). 7 The son of writer James N. Hall, Conrad Hall studied film making at the University of Southern California. 8 Upon his graduation 1 Judy Raymond, “Trini Roots of Much Loved ‘American Beauty’” Sunday Guardian 20 Feb. 2000, retrieved via nalis.gov 2 Bernard Weinraub, “The New Season / Film: Stage to Screen” New York Times 12 Sept. 1999, retrieved via Newspaper Source Plus. 3 Weinraub. 4 Weinraub. 5 The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, ‘ Academy Awards® Database’ 27 March 2000, retrieved via awardsdatabase.oscars.org 6 Gerard Raymond, “Weimar Wonderland.” American Theatre 15, no. 2 Feb 1998, retrieved via Literary Reference Center, EBSCOhost 7 Glen Whipp, “American Beauty: Critical Reviews.” Los Angeles Daily News Oct. 1999, retrieved via dreamworks.com 8 Mike Plante, “Conrad Hall: A Tribute” Cinemad Magazine, Iss. 2 1999, retrieved via sensesofcinema.com 9 Steve Daly, “Beauty Secrets” Entertainment Weekly 506 8 Oct. 1999, retrieved via MasterFILE Premier. EBSCO 10 Plante. 9 Plante.
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from USC in 1949 Mr. Hall took every production job available to him. In an interview published in Cinimad Magazine Mr. Hall explains that “When we got out of school we were immediately film bums, we did everything.” 9 It was not until 1965 that Conrad Hall received his first cinematographer credit, but with time came experience and in a few short years following he got into the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC). Since then Conrad Hall has yet to
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