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Hollywood's Greatest Directors

Hollywood's Greatest Directors is a five part series presenting America's unparalleled role in the creation of cinema.
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Streaming License includes all individual programs listed below, as well as downloadable supplemental files.
HGD $125.00/yr
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Program 1: The Silent Era
  • Chapter 1: The Invention of Film and Hollywood
  • Chapter 2: 1910 - D.W. Griffith Establishes Hollywood
  • Chapter 3: 1912 - Mack Sennett Founds Keystone Studios
  • Chapter 4: 1913 - Lois Weber, Pioneering Female Director
  • Chapter 5: 1924 - Buster Keaton, an American Original
  • Chapter 6: 1925 - Charlie Chaplin, the First Auteur
HGD-001 $25.00/yr
Program 2: The Coming of Sound
  • Chapter 1: The Growth of the Studio System
  • Chapter 2: 1932 - Howard Hawks Directs Scarface
  • Chapter 3: 1939 - Oscar Micheaux, First Black Feature Film Director
  • Chapter 4: 1940 - George Cukor Directs The Philadelphia Story
  • Chapter 5: 1940 - Dorothy Arzner, Hollywood's Greatest Female Director
  • Chapter 6: 1941 - Orson Welles, Citizen Kane
HGD-002 $25.00/yr
Program 3: The Golden Age of Hollywood
  • Chapter 1: America Dominates World Cinema
  • Chapter 2: 1941 - John Huston Brings Film Noir to Hollywood
  • Chapter 3: 1944 - Vincente Minnelli Directs Meet Me in St. Louis
  • Chapter 4: 1946 - Frank Capra, It's a Wonderful Life
  • Chapter 5: 1956 - John Ford, Master of the Western
HGD-003 $25.00/yr
Program 4: The New Hollywood
  • Chapter 1: Hollywood's Second Golden Age
  • Chapter 2: 1967 - Mike Nichols, The Graduate
  • Chapter 3: 1969 - Sam Peckinpah Redefines the Western
  • Chapter 4: 1973 - Terrence Malick, Existential Philosopher
  • Chapter 5: 1974 - Mel Brooks, King of Comedy
  • Chapter 6: 1976 - Martin Scorsese Directs Taxi Driver
  • Chapter 7: 1976 - Sidney Lumet Gives Expression to America's Angst
HGD-004 $25.00/yr
Program 5: The Modern Era
  • Chapter 1: The New Wave
  • Chapter 2: 1986 - Oliver Stone Wins His First Oscar for Directing
  • Chapter 3: 1989 - Spike Lee, Black Auteur
  • Chapter 4: 1992 - Clint Eastwood Receives His First Oscar for Best Director
  • Chapter 5: 2007 - P.T. Anderson Writes and Directs There Will Be Blood
  • Chapter 6: 2008 - Darren Aronofsky, The Wrestler
  • Chapter 7: 2010 - Kathryn Bigelow Wins the Oscar for Best Director
HGD-005 $25.00/yr