History Creator / DreamWorks

27th Dec '17 7:09:39 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ThePacific''

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9th Dec '17 1:43:55 PM Mdumas43073
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* ''Film/OfficeChristmasParty'' (with Creator/{{Paramount}})
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The brainchild of media moguls Creator/StevenSpielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and David Geffen (hence the SKG at the end of the studio's name), founded in 1994.

Located on the [[Creator/{{Universal}} Universal Studios]] lots that had previously housed the offices of Spielberg's Creator/AmblinEntertainment, [=DreamWorks=] came into being as a result of Katzenberg's firing from Creator/{{Disney}} after a ten-year run as the president of their studio. He approached Spielberg and Geffen about the possibility of setting up a studio in Hollywood where the three of them could create entertainment independently from the larger studios. At its founding, [=DreamWorks=] became the first major independent Hollywood studio (and the first major studio founded by creators, not executives) since the birth of Creator/UnitedArtists in [[UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfHollywood 1919]]. It is best known for launching Creator/DreamWorksAnimation, one of the biggest animation studios in the world.

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The brainchild of media moguls Creator/StevenSpielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and David Geffen (hence the SKG at the end of the studio's name), founded in 1994.

1994. It is best known for launching Creator/DreamWorksAnimation, one of the biggest animation studios in the world.

Located on the [[Creator/{{Universal}} Universal Studios]] lots that had previously housed the offices of Spielberg's Creator/AmblinEntertainment, [=DreamWorks=] came into being as a result of Katzenberg's firing from Creator/{{Disney}} after a ten-year run as the president of their studio. He approached Spielberg and Geffen about the possibility of setting up a studio in Hollywood where the three of them could create entertainment independently from the larger studios. At its founding, [=DreamWorks=] became the first major independent Hollywood studio (and the first major studio founded by creators, not executives) since the birth of Creator/UnitedArtists in [[UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfHollywood 1919]]. It is best known for launching Creator/DreamWorksAnimation, one of the biggest animation studios in the world.\n
11th Oct '17 7:44:49 AM ooh
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Located on the [[Creator/{{Universal}} Universal Studios]] lots that had previously housed the offices of Spielberg's Creator/AmblinEntertainment, [=DreamWorks=] came into being as a result of Katzenberg's firing from Creator/{{Disney}} after a ten-year run as the president of their studio. He approached Spielberg and Geffen about the possibility of setting up a studio in Hollywood where the three of them could create entertainment independently from the larger studios. At its founding, [=DreamWorks=] became the first major independent Hollywood studio (and the first major studio founded by creators, not executives) since the birth of Creator/UnitedArtists in [[UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfHollywood 1919]].

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Located on the [[Creator/{{Universal}} Universal Studios]] lots that had previously housed the offices of Spielberg's Creator/AmblinEntertainment, [=DreamWorks=] came into being as a result of Katzenberg's firing from Creator/{{Disney}} after a ten-year run as the president of their studio. He approached Spielberg and Geffen about the possibility of setting up a studio in Hollywood where the three of them could create entertainment independently from the larger studios. At its founding, [=DreamWorks=] became the first major independent Hollywood studio (and the first major studio founded by creators, not executives) since the birth of Creator/UnitedArtists in [[UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfHollywood 1919]].
1919]]. It is best known for launching Creator/DreamWorksAnimation, one of the biggest animation studios in the world.
9th Oct '17 5:21:58 PM nombretomado
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The company also had a video game division in its early years, [=DreamWorks Interactive=], which was sold to ElectronicArts in 1999 not long before the release of its most successful game, ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonor'', where it is currently named DICE Los Angeles.

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The company also had a video game division in its early years, [=DreamWorks Interactive=], which was sold to ElectronicArts Creator/ElectronicArts in 1999 not long before the release of its most successful game, ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonor'', where it is currently named DICE Los Angeles.
29th Aug '17 8:10:59 PM JamesAustin
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* ''Film/AnythingElse''


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* ''Film/HollywoodEnding''
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* ''Film/CurseOfTheJadeScorpion''

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13th May '17 1:46:44 PM nombretomado
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* ''Film/BladesOfGlory'' (with {{MTV}} Films)

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* ''Film/BladesOfGlory'' (with {{MTV}} Creator/{{MTV}} Films)
5th May '17 6:27:29 AM JWEdwards
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[=DreamWorks=] operated a television distribution and production division called [=DreamWorks=] Television. Originally known for sitcoms like ''Series/SpinCity'' and ''Arsenio'', it shifted its focus to drama at the TurnOfTheMillennium with series like ''Series/FreaksAndGeeks'' and ''Series/RescueMe'', along with miniseries such as ''Series/BandOfBrothers''. In TheNewTens the division had almost exclusively focused its attention on cable programming, with series like ''Series/UnitedStatesOfTara'', ''Series/FallingSkies'' and ''Series/TheAmericans''. [=DreamWorks=] Television also collaborated with [=DreamWorks=] Animation prior to the division's 2004 spin-off, with series such as ''WesternAnimation/{{Toonsylvania}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/FatherOfThePride''. With the reorganization of [=DreamWorks=] and Amblin into Amblin Partners, [=DreamWorks=] Television along with Amblin Entertainment's television division were absorbed into the new company, but both maintain autonomy from the television operations of Participant Media and Entertainment One.

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[=DreamWorks=] operated a television distribution and production division called [=DreamWorks=] Television. Originally known for sitcoms like ''Series/SpinCity'' and ''Arsenio'', it shifted its focus to drama at the TurnOfTheMillennium with series like ''Series/FreaksAndGeeks'' and ''Series/RescueMe'', along with miniseries such as ''Series/BandOfBrothers''. In TheNewTens the division had almost exclusively focused its attention on cable programming, with series like ''Series/UnitedStatesOfTara'', ''Series/FallingSkies'' and ''Series/TheAmericans''. [=DreamWorks=] Television also collaborated with [=DreamWorks=] Animation prior to the division's 2004 spin-off, with series such as ''WesternAnimation/{{Toonsylvania}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/FatherOfThePride''. With the reorganization of [=DreamWorks=] and Amblin into Amblin Partners, [=DreamWorks=] Television along with was absorbed into Amblin Entertainment's television division were absorbed into the new company, but both maintain division. Amblin Television maintains autonomy from the respective television operations of Participant Media and Entertainment One.
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