An Analysis of the Advancements of Individualism in Filmmaking Corporate Domination in the Digital Age of New Media The notion of individualism in filmmaking has gradually evolved over the last century. From the corporate dominated model of a hierarchical approach that disguised the dominance of producers and studios behind the idea of teamwork, to a more decentralized form of new media that emphasizes the individual use of digital tools, power has shifted dramatically in the last fifteen years. The mid-20th century auteur struggling with studios to impose a single vision out of the chaos of producers and studio chiefs has now given way to the HD camera-toting filmmaker shooting, editing and producing digital video on the fly. This...The end:
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