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hollywood renaissance characteristics anti-heroes, violence, cinematic effects such as slow motion, quick cutting and dream sequence/ cynical look at old hollywood
best representation of an art film mike nichols
new film audience youths and social elite
first full statement of the new cinema's values bonnie and clyde
era's new anti heroes misfits, villains were respectable, violence is graphic,
soundtrack and location rock songs for soundtrack, more movies were filmed on location
new city films on location, gory,
sounds of san francisco the conversations
smoke rising from city taxi driver
new western film experimental, violent, heroes were anarchists
antidisestablishment movies by sam peckinpah butch cassidy and the wild bunch
new gangster movies, film noir urban criminals, rural criminals, cops vs other cops, cop vs himself
the genre genre parodied plots and stars from old Hollywood, Studio era cliches
move that embodies the "genre genre" and who directed it? Chinatown, Roman Polanski
what did this movie do? exposed myth of 1930s America
C.A.R.A. stands for? When did it replace the Production Code? Classification and Ratings Administration, 1968
Underground Hollywood Innovations cinematic form, visual stimulation, elliptical construction
Similarities between American and European films characters became more important than plot, tackled big issues
Created by: isabelletyler