Beyond plot/story and subject matter, in what ways were the films of the 1960’s and 1970’s rebelling from the past?

Beyond plot/story and subject matter, in what ways were the films of the 1960’s and 1970’s rebelling from the past?What actual events and storytelling styles were changing and what technology was enabling changes?You could talk about producing, casting, acting, directing, mis en scene, distribution, and more.Use specific examples from our films this week, comparing and contrasting the work.
Screening: Head (1968) and A Woman Under the Influence (1974)
Your essays must demonstrate you have read the assigned articles/ essays about the work, era, director.I encourage you to find other information about the works from valid sources. Valid academic sources include academic journal articles, trade publication etc.You should credit the source of your content, either through footnotes or attribution.
For example, you would say, “I read an article entitled The Lumiere Brothers and Cinema in Bright Lights Film Journal which discussed the expressionist qualities in the work of director Fritz Lang.” Or whatever you found out.
Great essays include references to other academic level sources and YOUR PERSPECTIVE
Include your informed opinion/perspective on the subject. The essay will then be reflective of not only the facts you have learned but also your point-of-view on the matter/s, a perspective that extends out and comments upon what you have learned
Full credit includes essays that include references and/or discussion related to the reading and lecture material; make connections among the lectures, readings, and films, references other readings, introducing new ideas and questions in the process, includes your own perspective, and thoroughly addresses the prompt.