1971: The Year Hollywood Went IndependentSeason Curated by Park Circus & Cinema Rediscovered
- £8.55 / £7.65 for screenings before 5pm (Non-Members: £9.50 / £8.50 )Aged Under 26: £6.30 / £5.40 (Non-Members: £7 / £6)
Following the success of Easy Rider in the late 60s, Hollywood was searching for the next big thing and gave the greenlight to outsiders, mavericks and cultural renegades. 1971 marked their zenith. Alan J. Pakula’s Klute (Warner Bros.), Bob Rafelson’s Five Easy Pieces (Sony), Robert Altman’s McCabe and Mrs Miller (Warner Bros.) and Peter Bogdanovich’s The Last Picture Show (Sony), all released in 1971, reveal a parallel Hollywood universe of personal, complex, nuanced and countercultural cinema.
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