A LEGACY OF FILMMAKERS: THE EARLY YEARS OF AMERICAN ZOETROPEPlease use this Discussion to respond to, and comment on, Gary Leva’s documentary A LEGACY OF FILMMAKERS: THE EARLY YEARS OF AMERICAN ZOETROPE, which can be found on Disc 2 (or the bonus disc from Netflix) of George Lucas’s THX-1138]. Of course, you are encouraged to view everything else on the two discs at your leisure, particularly the main feature, George Lucas’s first film THX-1138 (and I recommend you activate the Walter Murch special feature, “Master Sessions,” to learn more about the filmmaking), but you are required only to watch the AMERICAN ZOETROPE documentary to learn more about an early instance of, and movement in, (what we’ve now come to call) Independent Cinema (of course, many of the filmmakers you will learn about there, such as Lucas, Coppola and Scorsese, might no longer be considered “independent,” but you will learn a lot about how they started and where they came from.
A LEGACY OF FILMMAKERS: THE EARLY YEARS OF AMERICAN ZOETROPE
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