In the third episode of “Rainer On Film,” New York Film Academy instructor Peter Rainer discusses films from the 1980s to the 1990s. He discusses the rise of technology with films like Toy Story and Jurassic Park that utilize the tech in a way that hadn’t existed before.

Rainer also notes the indie movement and how filmmakers of the ’90s had a path to exhibition that didn’t exist before, namely the festival circuit. Ultimately, the film critic analyzes the increasing importance of videos and DVDs that allowed less popular films to become embraced more at home.