Like the rest of American, Hollywood was ripe for revolution in the late sixties. Cinema attendance was down; what had once worked seemed broken. Enter Bob Rafelson, Bert Schneider and Steve Blauner, who knew that what Holylwood needed was new audiences - namely, young people - and that meant cultivating new talent and new ideas. Fueled by money made from their invention of the superstar TV pop group The Monkees, they set off on a film-industry journey that would lead them to form BBS Productions, a company that was also a community. The innovative films produced by this company between 1968 and 1972 are here: Easy Rider, Five Easy Pieces,The Last Picture Show, The King of Marvin Gardens, more.