Spielberg and Surveillance

If you’re interested to see surveillance explored in cinema, go directly to Steven Spielberg.


CREDITS

Films by Steven Spielberg (in order of appearance):
– E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL (1982)
– MINORITY REPORT (2002)
– 1941 (1979)
– BRIDGE OF SPIES (2015)
– CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND (1977)
– CATCH ME IF YOU CAN (2002)
– THE SUGARLAND EXPRESS (1974)
– INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL (2008)
– RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK (1981)
– LINCOLN (2012)
– SAVING PRIVATE RYAN (1998)
– MUNICH (2005)
– THE TERMINAL (2004)
– WAR HORSE (2011)
– JURASSIC PARK (1993)
– JAWS (1975)
– WAR OF THE WORLDS (2005)
– THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN (2011)
– SCHINDLER’S LIST (1993)
– INDIANA JONES AND THE LAST CRUSADE (1989)

Other Footage:
– PRISM: SNOWDEN INTERVIEW (2013) by Laura Poitras (https://vimeo.com/82185231)
– “How the Government Tracks You: NSA Surveillance” (2013) by Fight for the Future (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2YsZoqwRnKE)
– “Forget NSA Surveillance – Police Are Keeping Tabs On You Too” (2015) by AJ+ (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ufAcLo37Mlo)
– AUSTIN POWERS IN GOLDMEMBER (2002) by Jay Roach
– SPIELBERG ON SPIELBERG (2007) by Richard Schickel
– “The Making of THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL” (2012) by Laurent Bouzereau
– “‘It’s a Bloody Good Story’: Steven Spielberg on BRIDGE OF SPIES” (2015) by BBC Newsnight (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WIzQoVgsfw)
– STRANGER THINGS (2016) by The Duffer Brothers

Music Added:
– “Jaws” by John Williams from the soundtrack of JAWS
– “The Raiders March” by John Williams from the soundtrack of RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK
– “Invading Elliott’s House” by John Williams from the soundtrack of E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL
– “Sean’s Theme” by John Williams from the soundtrack of MINORITY REPORT
– “Bridge of Spies (End Title)” by Thomas Newman from the soundtrack of BRIDGE OF SPIES
– “Catch Me If You Can” by John Williams from the soundtrack of CATCH ME IF YOU CAN


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