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  • George Lucas And Movies: No Future? Essay

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    future world seem to have the common theme that technology will play a big part in the development of the future. The development of technology will lead to the advances that will take the world into the next century and beyond. George Lucas' film THX 1138 and Robert

  • George Lucas 's The New Hollywood

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    Lucas soon transferred to University of Southern California film making school. While attending the school he produced a short futuristic Sci-fi film called Electronic Labyrinth: THX 1138 4EB and soon became very close with Francis Ford Coppola, whom had an active interest in releasing new filmmaking talent. Warner Brothers were convinced by Coppola to make a feature length version of the film. Lucas was intimidated by failure

  • Star Tragedies: A Career In Film

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    Star Wars. Indiana Jones. Grey's Anatomy. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. All these four productions have one thing in common they were all produced by University of Southern California alumni. The Trojans as they like to call each other, pride themselves in their world-class dramatic arts and film schools. From humble beginnings, USC's theatre and film departments have grown to become the best arts programs in the world. In 1870, Los Angeles was just a small frontier town of 11,000 people

  • George Lucas Influences

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    A long time ago--in a galaxy not so far away-- a boy with a love of space operas and race cars would grow into a man who would create a movie empire and change the world of cinema for years to come. George Walton Lucas Jr. was born on May 14, 1944, in Modesto, California- a small farming town east of San Francisco (Barson). He attended Thomas Downey High School and later attended Modesto Junior College to study social sciences. While he was there, Lucas took an interest in photography and film and