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Here are the first few segments of an American Film Insitute documentary, Hollywood Mavericks. Though not specifically focusing on short films, this documentary is incredible valuable for auteur studies because of its emphasis on film history, Hollywood ideas and anti-Hollywood sentiments, and the philosophy of auteur filmmakers. Some of these sound bites will be essential as I highlight some of the master auteurs recognized by the short film industry today. Many of the filmmakers and critics featured in this documentary focus on how “mavericks” (i.e. auteurs) revolutionized the film industry with their unique vision and central themes.
And skipping along, specifically to 4:40 in this next part…
You can find this entire documentary posted on YouTube, and it is definitely worth viewing the whole thing! It’s some of these ideas of “iconic” filmmaking and filmmaker uniqueness that I want to underline with my research on auteur films.