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May 16, 2017

1967 movies were a turning point in the history of cinema.

This week, ISA members and film critics Jeff York and Gary Goldstein discuss the impact that films from the year 1967 had on the trajectory of cinema and how the entertainment industry is still feeling its impact 50 years later. Movies like THE GRADUATE, BONNIE & CLYDE, IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT, COOL HAND LUKE, GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER and UP THE DOWN STAIRCASE told fresh, bold stories about contemporary topics that struck a chord with both critics and audiences alike. Movies filled with antiheroes, counter culture themes, and topics like racial prejudice and sexual liberation became prevalent that year, and the movie world was better for it. In fact, 1967 set a course for Hollywood that turned the 70’s into the best decade ever for startling modernity on the big screen.

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