The CineArtistry Manifesto

In 1965, a film called “The Sound of Music” shattered box office expectations, and the industry quickly predicted that it was going to be the zeitgeist of 1960’s Hollywood, centered around releases in a similar vein: big-budget, heartwarming films geared toward children and families. Amidst a rapidly changing social climate, a rift was created between …

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