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Department
Film
Course Code
FILM 2401
Professor
Kispal- Kovacs Kovacs

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Film-Lecture 03 (The Origins of the Studio System of Production)  Hollywood's Workers -Attempts to unionize American film workers takes place over a long period of time (1907-1941) -Factory-type working conditions accelerate  Types of Labour in Hollywood -Creative talent -Skilled professionals -Studio technicians -Craftsmen  MPPDA -Motion Picture Producers and Distributors Association founded in 1922 -Headed by Will Hays -Dealt with public relations, censorship and labor relations for the film industry  Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences -Founded in 1927 as a kind of company union designed to forestall unionization of the creative talent and skilled professionals -Becomes famous for its annual awards ceremony  The Early Studio System and Vertical Integration -Production -Distribution
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