Steven Spielberg. The Man who Changed Hollywood. Steven Spielberg didn't just make the blockbuster films, such as ¨Jurassic Park¨, ¨E.T¨, or ¨Jaws¨, he also changed the way Hollywood makes movies.

His early life

Steven Directing

Steven Allan Spielberg was born on December 18, 1946 in Cincinnati, Ohio. As a young man, Steven Spielberg was an amateur filmmaker. Later on, he would become a successful and Academy award winning director. As one of the youngest television directors for Universal in the late 1960s and the maker of a highly praised Duel, brought him to the opportunity of a lifetime. An opportunity to direct for the cinema. Steven Spielberg is also known for his impressive historical films. Such as “Schindler's list.” As Steven grew as a director, he formed a studio called Dreamworks SKG with Jeffrey Katzenberg and David Geffen.

His work

Working On Jaws

He later reunited with George Lucas for the latest Indiana Jones. Along with his many Oscar wins, Seven has also received many honors. Steven Spielberg is one of the few most influential filmmaker. His work in cinematic technique surely is shown in the music of Jaws, and the comedic line we know as “E.T., phone home.” To add on to his talent and success, Steven returned to college to earn his degree in filmmaking, and charitable efforts such as founding the USC. Which is more amazing is that Spielberg was only 29 when his first started to make the blockbuster, Jaws. For more than two decades he has been telling everyone that he was a year younger? Although Spielberg has many great titles and a great name to him, he does have some flaws. But personally I think that he was lying so that he could make more movies for the people.


Receiving an Oscar

Spielberg has received MANY achievements throughout his life. A total of 51 awards! Including, Academy Award for best director, Academy Award for best picture, Golden Globe award for best motion picture, Golden Globe Award for Best Director - Motion Picture, Kennedy Center Honors,AFI Life Achievement Award, Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille Award,BAFTA Award for Best Film.

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