Steven Spielberg: An Altruistic Filmmaker

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Steven Spielberg: An Altruistic Filmmaker “ You shouldn’t dream your film, you should make it” -Steven Spielberg. Steven Spielberg has done many things to improve the world today and has given back more than just enjoyment to people, he has given in many donations. Steven Spielberg always followed his dreams as a child and look at how much success it has given him today. He is a famous film producer and is the creator of an entire animated film company. Spielberg brought back many moviemaking traits and characteristics and has many works that have done so. This filmmaking genius got his dream career jump started by not only his parents getting a camera, but also his role model, David Lean, making the movie Lawrence of Arabia, Steven Spielberg…show more content…
Also, Spielberg had lots of help from his old friend George Lucas in a lot of his movies and in visual effects in his movies. They came together in the Indiana Jones Trilogy and made the movies together. Lucas wanted to offer Spielberg a job as a director in Star Wars IV: A New Hope but things did not end up working out. Spielberg and Lucas influenced each other in many films that they made (IMDb, 19). Likewise, Steven Spielberg was the master of filmmaking and made many good works that are well known today. In 1994, Spielberg came together with Jeffrey Katzenberg and David Geffen and formed the establishment and animated film producing film company known today as DreamWorks Studios or DreamWorks Animation. In…show more content…
1-3). Spielberg released many television series such as The Land Before Time, Animaniacs, Tiny Toon Adventures and Pinky and the Brain. He also produced the blockbuster Who Framed Roger Rabbit which was a massive hit. In the 90’s his most popular films were Jurassic Park, Gremlins II: A New Batch, Back to the Future Part III, The Mask of Zorro, Men In Black, Schindler's List, and Saving Private Ryan. Jurassic Park held the record for highest grossing movie ever for a short period of time and made over a billion dollars in lifetime worldwide grossing. Schindler’s List was a touching film about the Holocaust and how much of a concern it was to the world. Steven was inspired to make this by having the heritage of a Jew in his family. Steven Spielberg created the video game series Medal Of Honor in 1999, which helped people to understand both sides of World War Two. Needless to say, Spielberg earned many awards for the works he accomplished. Spielberg received the Distinguished Public Service Award, or the highest way
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