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The Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll Generation Saves Hollywood – Part 2

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The mid-sixties was a time of great social and political foment in the United States. The Hollywood studio system was in decline. The public's taste in films was changing. It would be close to ten years before studio heads learned how to prosper in this new world. Into this void stepped a new generation of actors, directors and writers. For the decade of 1965 to 1975, names like Scorcese, Nicholson, Ashby, Fonda and Redford, to name just a few, were afforded almost unfettered creative license. During this time, these artists made some remarkable films. Last semester we viewed and discussed fourteen films from this period. This spring we will look at fourteen additional films. We will focus on cinematography and themes. We will also discuss the films' cultural issues, how they reflect the decade of the sixties and what relevance they have for us today. Each session will be 3 hours in length. Viewer discretion is advised.

Class Details

14 Sessions
Weekly - Wed

Location
Wieboldt Hall

Instructor
MultipleInstructor :
1.Paul Hurder2.Theodore Jackanicz3.Peggy DeLay 

Tuition: 

$0.00


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Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s) Instructional Method
3/6/2019 - 6/5/2019 Weekly - Wed 1:15 PM - 4:15 PM Chicago, Wieboldt Hall  Map Peggy DeLay  ; Theodore Jackanicz  ; Paul Hurder  ClassRoom