Our Hollywood Education (1992)
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This unique and thought-provoking documentary delves into the conflict between the art and business of filmmaking as it is enacted on the "battlefield" of Hollywood. Through a series of interviews with people working in all aspects of the movie industry - from films with budgets ranging from $20,000 to multi-million dollar projects, to people who are struggling to become a "player" in the business, Swiss writer/director Michael Beltrami takes an incisive, hard-hitting look at a medium where artistic vision must often conform to the dictates of business.
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