As a result of the anti-monopoly law, the change in leisure activities, the spread of television, the increase in film production costs and the development of independent cinema, the studios started to lose their power. By the early 1960s the studio system was largely disappearing. ‘New Hollywood’ or ‘New Hollywood’ to describe the changing role of studios that serve as distributors more and more for the films produced by the independent producers. Concepts such as ‘post-classical period’ started to be used. Studios later grew to include new technologies and markets, including music, broadcasting, cable television and video, now DVD, blu-ray, and the Internet, and large anonymous floats. They continued their activities as holding companies. Following the big business formation process and the emergence of cable, satellite and home theater, the sum of profits on many films is now derived from these side markets rather than gifted revenues. The absolute control of the industry by the major film companies is currently maintained through the financing and distribution of films. Nowadays, where business continues in Hollywood with a “post-Fordist” method, the undifferentiated SIZE, where the standardized cinema products of the past are presented, has replaced the mass market with more heterogeneous, more heterogeneous it has taken more specific markets where it is offered to relatively more consumers. The loss of control of the big studios over the industry’s display leg has encouraged the trend towards more expensive and ‘independent’ productions. These types of productions are made before, during and after construction as well as independently made RUs that do not have partnership relations with any distribution company. Talent agencies that provide services in S processes, special effects units, food service companies, etc. has led to an increase in the number of specialized companies such as. ATTENTION Despite the homogeneity of the Hollywood audience in the 1930s and 1940s, and the fact that the audience went to movie theaters to see certain films within the framework of a ritual, different genres and certain stars were different. they would reveal the pleasures of the audience and they would serve these pleasures. However, in general, studios made films based on certain formulas, featuring certain star actors, and these were productions with the characteristics of a format known as “our classic AIMS narrative”.
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Classic Hollywood Narrative The narrative style that was effective in films made during the classical period of Hollywood cinema is known as “classical narrative” or “classic Hollywood narrative”. This narrative style had an impact on mainstream cinemas in other regions as well as the INTERNET yesterday. Among the main sources of inspiration of the classical narrative, whose roots can be traced back to Aristotle’s Poetics, are the American and European cinemas of the silent period and the 19th century melodrama theater.