The Rise, Fall and Transformation of the Movie Industry

Reed Hastings was pissed off when he went to Blockbuster to return the rental DVD, “Apollo 13”, only to find out that he would be charged $40 in late fees. After this experience, he was determined to disrupt the movie rental business, and this eventually led to the creation of Netflix.

As you see, a $40 late fee is not necessarily a loss – it can also be the beginning of something new, something never seen before…

Did you know:

In 1903, Edwin Porter created one of the earliest and most famous movies, “The Great Train Robbery”.

The first film to combine a synchronized audio track was “The Jazz Singer”. 

Around 1905, “Nickelodeons”, or 5-cent movie theaters, became a popular and inexpensive way for the public to watch movies.

The end of World War I ushered in a cultural boom for the United States, with the rise of Hollywood, the home of motion pictures in America.

The technological evolution continued, and the first successful 3D movie, “Bwana Devil,” was released in 1952.

A Canadian company showcased the very first IMAX film, “Tiger Child”, at Expo 70 in Osaka, Japan.

It wasn’t until the 70’s that computer graphics were used in films like “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan”.


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