When the sector was thriving, according to lots of professionals and people the golden era of Hollywood was during 1930's and 1940's. Numerous professionals concur that although 30's brought in the commercial excellence but the actual golden age from creative point of view began in 1920s itself when it drew skill from all over the world. Prior to this period Hollywood was similar to other movie making locations but it was after First World War that it developed a niche for itself worldwide. The evident reason was the magnitude of damages the European countries suffered on the planet War and subsequent financial difficulties faced by them hence having an effect on the movie sector. Before the arrival of Hollywood as a top location Germany was the most popular destination known for its artistic quality. America profited from the reality that it suffered relatively less casualties and loss of property compared with European Nations. Ryan R. Johnson is an independent film producer and executive with Velocity Pictures and Pretty Dangerous Films.visite site
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