Fritz, Ben. () The big picture :the fight for the future of moviesMLA Citation
Fritz, Ben. The Big Picture: The Fight For The Future Of Movies. : . Print.
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The big picture : the fight for the future of movies /
|Published:||Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2018.|
|Topics:||Motion picture industry - California - Los Angeles - History - 21st century. | Motion pictures - United States - History - 21st century. | ART - Film & Video. | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS - Industries - Entertainment. | Sony Pictures Entertainment, Inc.|
|Regions:||California - Los Angeles. | United States.|
|Physical Description:||xxv, 278 pages ; 24 cm
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Summary:||"A chronicle of the massive transformation in Hollywood since the turn of the century and the huge changes yet to come, drawing on interviews with key players, as well as documents from the 2014 Sony hack"--
"The stunning metamorphosis of twenty-first-century Hollywood and what lies ahead for the art and commerce of film. In the past decade, Hollywood has endured a cataclysm on a par with the end of silent film and the demise of the studio system. Stars and directors have seen their power dwindle, while writers and producers lift their best techniques from TV, comic books, and the toy biz. The future of Hollywood is being written by powerful corporate brands like Marvel, Amazon, Netflix, and Lego, as well as censors in China. Ben Fritz chronicles this dramatic shakeup with unmatched skill, bringing equal fluency to both the financial and entertainment aspects of Hollywood. He offers an unprecedented view from deep inside a major studio of how the previous model, long a creative and commercial success, lost its way. And he looks ahead through interviews with dozens of key players at Disney, Marvel, Netflix, Amazon, IMAX, and others to discover how they have reinvented the business. We learn, for instance, how Marvel grew from a bankrupt comic book company to a cinematic giant that replaced stars with "universes," and how Disney successfully remade itself in Apple's image. But despite the destruction of the studios' traditional playbook, Fritz argues that these seismic shifts signal the dawn of a new heyday for film. The Big Picture shows the first glimmers of this new golden age through the eyes of the creative mavericks who are defining what our movies will look like in the new era."--Jacket.
|Notes:||"An Eamon Dolan Book."