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The Beatles, (New) Hollywood & The Hollywood Renaissance: The Influence and Effect of The Fab Four on The Film Industry
“The Beatles Are Coming!” (Capitol Records Promotional Badges, December 23rd 1963)
By mixing together a variety of contemporary film styles and by anticipating the Hollywood blockbuster market, The Beatles set a standard for film making that would dominate the industry for the next ten years, as can be deduced from analyzing The Beatles’ movies and the emergence of “New Hollywood”, especially the circumstances around and the making of A Hard Day’s Night and Easy Rider.
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Derek Hart, a Harry Potter fan, offers his views and comments – essentially his official review – on the eighth and last film of the boy wizard’s epic tale.
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Apart from the band Oasis Liam Gallagher does not make worse and not productive. In addition to forming a new band Beady Eye, Liam is now also working on a film project that tells the story of the legendary band The Beatles. He intends to ask Johnny Depp.
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Cinema Truth. It seems this week’s topic is very much en vogue at the moment with so many so called “Truth Films” doing the rounds in many independent cinemas and the download torrents of the internet. Michael Moore, Alex Jones and Mark Achbar attacking the major corporations and plutocracy of the Unisted States of America. Having watched many of these films and alot of documentary passively over the last ten years there’s a few things and conventions i’ve come to expect. Watching the Cinema Verite: Defining the Moment documentary on Wednesday morning was very interesting to see the development of the form and, moreso, the thoughts ten years ago on the future of documentary. Thus highlighting the fact that documentary is a constantly evolving form of film making not tied to a specific time period, just films over time that attempt to document what is "real" or what is "true". As Grierson says "the creative treatment of actuality".