50 Films That Introduce You to New Hollywood Cinema
New Hollywood was a movement of American filmmakers, influenced by foreign art cinema (especially the French New Wave), who rose to prominence in the late 1960s both within and outside of the Hollywood studio system. The movement was brought upon as a reaction to the declining interest in epics, musicals, and other standard Hollywood fanfare of the time. The movement declined sharply with the start of the blockbuster era in the late 1970s and its ultimate end came in the early 1980s.
avg. score: 17 of 50 (34%)
required scores: 1, 6, 12, 19, 28