Heyman is also remembered for his crafty work raising funding for films. That ranged from his efforts to fill in a funding gap when financing fell out on Warren Beatty’s film Reds to hammering out the template for the structured financing of films. He raised around $4 billion has been provided to co-finance more than 150 films and television programs including Awakenings, Black Rain, Chinatown, Edward Scissorhands, Grease, Greystoke: The Legend Of Tarzan, Heaven Can Wait, Home Alone, Looking For Mr Goodbar, The Man Who Would Be King, Marathon Man, The Odessa File, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Saturday Night Fever, Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Trail Of The Pink Panther , and Victor Victoria .
Step 3: Divide students into mixed-ability groups of five. Pass out a packet of the five primary sources to each group and a copy of the graphic organizer to each student. In their groups, working independently or as a whole, students should analyze each source for evidence that helps us understand why the bus boycott lasts so long. (If students work independently on one document, they should then share their document and the evidence they found with their group members.) Students should categorize their evidence according to the graphic organizer: evidence of intolerable conditions on the busses, strong organization by activist leaders, and/or community support.