Steven Spielberg: His Career from Jaws To Tintin
He is the most commercially successful filmmaker in Hollywood. Having spent his youth creating 8mm films, at only 13 years old he had already won a prize for his forty-minute amateur war film. Later, he became an unpaid, seven-days-a-week intern and guest in the editing department at Universal Studios. There, he made his short 1968 theatrical film ‘Amblin,’ which gained instant recognition and made him the youngest director ever signed for a long-term deal with a major Hollywood studio. Directing various television programs and features, such as 1971’s “Duel”, he went on to helm the iconic horror-thriller “Jaws.” Since then he has created such classics as “Close Encounters of The Third Kind,” "Indiana Jones", “E.T. The Extra Terrestrial” and "Jurassic Park", which have each become many of the top grossing films of all time. In this video, WatchMojo.com takes a look at the career of director Steven Spielberg.
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