Overview of Contemporary Film Industry

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Film TV 184A - Overview of Contemporary Film Industry - 4 units What makes movies & television happen? This course, also known as Navigating Hollywood, is an institutional analysis of the American film and television industry. Examine Hollywood's economic structures and business practices. Special emphasis on marketing and distribution systems, the history and operations of studios and networks and their relationships to independent producers, talent and agencies. Know as much as - or more than - the savviest Hollywood insider. Professor Denise Mann is Vice Chair of the UCLA MFA Producers Program.

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Film TV 184A - Overview of Contemporary Film Industry - 4 units What makes movies & television happen? This course, also known as Navigating Hollywood, is an institutional analysis of the American film and television industry. Examine Hollywood's economic structures and business practices. Special emphasis on marketing and distribution systems, the history and operations of studios and networks and their relationships to independent producers, talent and agencies. Know as much as - or more than - the savviest Hollywood insider. Professor Denise Mann is Vice Chair of the UCLA MFA Producers Program.

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