When we think of 1970s cinema, which directors do we immediately imagine? Scorsese? Coppola? Kubrick? ...Steven Spielberg?
Joined by fellow Spielberg nut, filmmaker and screenwriting lecturer Adam Spellicy, Clem revisits the '70s output of her favourite director, who is too often misremembered as a sentimentalist. But as 1975's Jaws and 1977's Close Encounters Of The Third Kind demonstrate, Spielberg's work in that decade (and beyond) was just as daring, jarring and terrifying as his peers'.