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Hollywood and Technology

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Hollywood and Technology

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We look at how Hollywood became a driving force in the invention of new technologies — from Technicolor to the rise of digital special effects — and how new ideas and technologies, such as the Internet, are still shaping the movie industry today.

Scott Kirsner author of Inventing the Movies: Hollywood's Epic Battle between Innovation and Status Quo, from Thomas Edison to Steve Jobs

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Hollywood's Epic Battle Between Innovation and the Status Quo, from Thomas Edison to Steve Jobs

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