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1 Film as History Kellie Roush, Austin Carpenter, Jesse Cruz, Jack Dykstra, Stephanie White, and Sam Kenagy

2 Themes as History Social Consciousness Films record history Sam Kenagy

3 Chronology 20s-Jack Early 60s-Stephanie Late 60s-Jesse 70s-Kellie 2000s-Austin

4 Western Films In 1920 Mass production of Silent films took place in the Early 20s Rise of Western Films in the later 20s Technological and Industrial living on the rise Jack Dykstra

5 Jazz And the Roaring 20s The 1920’s can also be called the Jazz age Alcohol, partying, Jazz, and dancing were huge in the 1920’s Warner Brothers Pictures was formally incorporated Jack Dykstra

6 Early 60s Civil Rights Movements Free Speech Movements and Segregation Baby Boomer Generation Barbie Doll and Pantyhose Introduced Stephanie White

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8 By Jesse Cruz The 50s-70s Jesse Cruz

9 Civil Rights Movement Main goal was to eliminate racial discrimination against blacks, economic & political self sufficiency, and racial dignity Nonviolent protests Brown vs. Board of Education Rosa Parks Black Panthers Jesse Cruz

10 Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah =LcxYwwIL5zQ&feature=related =LcxYwwIL5zQ&feature=related Never released in the United States Oscar winning song Jesse Cruz

11 Saturday Night Fever Kellie Roush

12 Saturday Night Fever Reflection of culture – Music – Clothing – Issues Kellie Roush

13 Film as History 1990-Present Generation Kill Austin Carpenter

14 Reality Based Films Since September 11, 2001 we have seen an increase in war films Nowhere near the amount of war films made during WWII and the Vietnam War. Generation Kill, being one of many films based on books with roots set in reality, has given rise to many other films which are similar. Jarhead and The Hurt Locker also depict recent events in Desert Storm and the “War on Terror,” in a way preserving many peoples feelings during this time period. Austin Carpenter

15 Documentary War Films War documentaries of the past have become the history of those wars, helping to bring documentary works to the national spotlight The recent war films show signs of ambiguity rather than support for the wars. Will current documentaries be seen in the same light as the past ones? Austin Carpenter


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