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Drift from Two Shores

By: Bret Harte

...TWO SHORES by BRET HARTE 3 DRIFT FROM TWO SHORES by BRET HARTE CONTENTS DRIFT FROM TWO SHO... ... MAN WHOSE YOKE WAS NOT EASY 4 MY FRIEND, THE TRAMP THE MAN FROM SOLANO THE OFFICE SEEKER A SLEEPING-CAR EXPERIENCE MORN... ...EXPERIENCE MORNING ON THE AVENUE WITH THE ENTREES DRIFT FROM TWO SHORES THE MAN ON THE BEACH I He lived beside a r... ... between him and the estuary was 5 covered at high tide by a shining film of water, at low tide with the cast-up offerings of sea and shore. L... ...emplation of the horror in her parent’s face, as she pointed to a shining film of water slowly deepening in a narrow swale in the sands between them... ...hat in fulfilling this contract he often was obliged to go as far west as Minnesota. The details he gave--his methods of entrapping the birds, his ... ...r legal rights. INDEMNITY You will indemnify and hold the Project, its directors, officers, members and agents harmless from all liability, cost ...

...He had lived there alone for a twelvemonth. Although but a few miles from a thriving settlement, during that time his retirement had never been intruded upon, his seclusion remained unbroken. In any other community he might have been the subject of rumor or criticism, but the miners at Camp Ro...

...CONTENTS DRIFT FROM TWO SHORES THE MAN ON THE BEACH TWO SAINTS OF THE FOOT-HILLS JINNY ROGER CATRON’S FRIEND WHO WAS MY QUIET FRIEND? A GHOST OF THE SIERRAS THE HOODLUM BAND THE MAN WHOSE YOKE WAS NOT EASY MY FRIEND, THE TRAMP THE MAN FROM ...

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Film (film)

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...duced by 22 May and a forty-leaf shooting script followed thereafter. It was filmed in New York in July 1964. Beckett’s original choice for the l... ...informed by a secretary: ‘Mr. Chaplin doesn’t read scripts.’” – Talmer, J., ‘A film of few words and one Keaton’ in , 2006 Both Beckett and the direct... ...his role in a "Hollywood epic." Cited in Alan Schneider's essay, "On Directing Film" in Film by Samuel Beckett (New York: Grove Press, 1969), 66. Bec... ...rownlow, K., ‘Brownlow on Beckett (on Keaton)’ in The filmed version differs from Beckett's original script but with his approval since he was on se... ...e to bring it into line with the finished work. The one considerable departure from what was imagined concerns the opening sequence in the street. Thi... ... the camera (E) shifts violently to the left. A man is hurrying along the wall from left to right. He pauses, hugging the wall and E gets a chance to ... ...euze Deleuze, G., Gilles Deleuze: Essays Critical and Clinical, University of Minnesota Press, 1997 :A "load of old bosh." – Dilys Powell The work... ...rian Andrew Sarris briefly mentions Film in his book, The American cinema: directors and directions, 1929-1968. Sarris discusses Film in the cont...

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Stories from Everybody's Magazine from the 1910 Issues

...S by THEODOSIA GARRISON 3 Stories from Everybody’s Magazine From the 1910 Issues Vol. XXIII No.1 JU... ...lly fallen in love with the son of her next-door neighbor. Amiel--fresh from his first year in college-- was a tall, broad-shouldered youth, wit... ...pose in the summerhouse hammock and listen to entire pages declaimed from Tennyson and Longfellow, the while being violently 6 swung--h... ...ividends for those which were less successful. In this way, the various directors of the many Douglas-Lacey Companies explained, it was impossib... ...ker Wright was able to secure members of the nobility for his boards of directors, and the English public swallowed his schemes one after anothe... ...w the advertisement of the general meeting of stockholders, the list of directors and officers, reports of directors, giving details of the cond... ... immediately for Africa, leaving an order for thirty thousand feet of film to be divided between two manufacturers and to be forwarded as soon... ...The cinematograph, cameras, and all the extra boxes were loaded with films the evening before, and the four special camera porters were given... ...ight was rapidly failing, Kearton finished what was left of his roll of film. The whir of the camera ended with a peculiar flapping sound. ...

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Art film

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...Carl Theodor Dreyer, pictured here in 1965, directed the 1928 film The Passion of Joan of Arc, which is widely regarded as a landmark of ... ...arded as a landmark of cinema. An art film (also known as art movie, specialty film, art house film, or in the co... ...in the collective sense as art cinema) is typically a serious, independent film aimed at a niche market rather than a mass market audience.[1] An art ... ...ne an art film as possessing "formal qualities that mark them as different from mainstream Hollywood films",[5] which includes, among other elements, ... ...gns, as are used in widely released mainstream blockbuster films. Art film directors make up for these constraints by creating a different type of fil... ...re entertainment. For promotion, art films rely on the publicity generated from film critics' reviews, discussion of their film by arts columnists, co... ...000s 2 Deviations from mainstream film norms 3 Timeline of not... ... do not "...have patience for the long, slow take that deep-think European directors once specialized in", an approach which gave "...luxurious scruti... ... films with "art film" qualities, compiled to give a general sense of what directors and films are considered to have "art film" characteristics. The ...

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Gaining the Arts Advantage Lessons from School Districts That Value Arts Education

By: Harriet Mayor Fulbright

... ARTS U.S. D EPARTMENT OF EDUCATION WHITE HOUSE MILLENNIUM COUNCIL Lessons From School Districts That Value ARTS EDUCATION GAINING THE ARTS ADVANTAGE ... ... SWB PERMISSION TO COPY, TO DISSEMINATE, OR TO OTHERWISE USE INFORMATION FROM THIS REPORT IS GRANTED AS LONG AS APPROPRIATE ACKNOWLEDGMENT IS GIVEN.... ...6 VOICE: 202-682-5409 FAX: 202-682-5668 E-MAIL: PCAH@NEH.GOV Lessons From School Districts That Value ARTS EDUCATION CONTENTS FOREWORD . . . . ... ... programs with com- puter graphics, design, MIDI music composition, video, film, animation, photography. • Some districts mention special writ- ing co... ...ate reports on arts education in their districts. The study's researchers, directors, project assis- tants, and editor also served as contributors. I... ...cur- riculum areas authentically; • the consistent work on the part of the directors of funded programs and expressive arts to work collaboratively to... ...nd written the chronicles of family struggles and triumphs. The Wolfsonian directors and curators so appreciated this book and those made by the stude... ... learning to "real life" by employing the arts: The "ARTEC" program brings film and tech- nology together for at-risk students. It gives back through ... ... of Los Angeles, numerous technology-based corporations, and the Hollywood film industry that there is high demand in the region for stu- dents prepar...

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Film noir

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...Two silhouetted figures in The Big Combo (1955). The film's cinematographer was John Alton, the creator of many of film noir's s... ... stylized images. Film noir (; French pronunciation: ​) is a cinematic term used primari... ... emphasize cynical attitudes and sexual motivations. Hollywood's classical film noir period is generally regarded as extending from the early 1940s to... ... Hollywood's classical film noir period is generally regarded as extending from the early 1940s to the late 1950s. Film noir of this era is associated... ...f the prototypical stories and much of the attitude of classic noir derive from the hardboiled school of crime fiction that emerged in the United Stat... ...s now so described have been made around the world. Many pictures released from the 1960s onward share attributes with film noir of the classical peri... ... Overview 3.1 Directors and the business of noir 3.2 ... ...h the protagonist is a criminal (as are his most successful pursuers).[23] Directors such as Lang, Robert Siodmak, and Michael Curtiz brought a dramat... ...movies either literally or in spirit. In this production context, writers, directors, cinematographers, and other craftsmen were relatively free from ...

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Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present

By: Various

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org ADDRESSES FROM 1790 TO THE PRESENT Title: COMPLETE STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESSES ... ...... ...r consultations for the general good you can not but derive encouragement from the reflection that the measures of the last session have been as sat... ...not until late in the month of August that I received from the Government directors an official report establishing beyond question that this great ... ...k. A copy of this resolution is contained in the report of the Government directors before referred to, and how ever the object may be disguised by ... ... bank to electioneering purposes, but that the resolution of the board of directors authorized the same course to be pursued in future. It being ... ...e Senate to the treaties which were negotiated with the Sioux Indians of Minnesota have been submitted to the tribes who were parties to them, and ... ...d States for the place of his destination in July last in the war steamer Minnesota. Special ministers to China have also been appointed by the Gove... ...ive, a time of rousing wonder and heroic achievement. As they said in the film "Back to the Future," "Where we're going, we don't need roads." We...

...on; but I can not forbear intimating to you the expediency of giving effectual encouragement as well to the introduction of new and useful inventions from abroad as to the exertions of skill and genius in producing them at home, and of facilitating the intercourse between the distant parts of our country by a due attention to the post-office and post-roads....

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Documentary film

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...ng-wound Bolex "H16" Reflex camera is a popular entry level camera used in film schools. A documentary film is a ... ...or the purposes of instruction or maintaining a historical record.[1] Such films were originally shot on film stock—the only medium available—but now ... ... released for screening in cinemas. "Documentary" has been described as a "filmmaking practice, a cinematic tradition, and mode of audience reception"... ...nterparts to interpreting the modern world; and that materials "thus taken from the raw" can be more real than the acted article. In this regard, Grie... ... which is dramatic."[5] Others further state that a documentary stands out from the other types of non-fiction films for providing an opinion, and a s... ...lms survive.[8] Frame from one of Marinescu's science films (1899). ... ...rence of "World Union of documentary films" in 1948 Warsaw featured famous directors of the era: Basil Wright (on the left), Elmar Klos, Joris Ivens (... ...k, Frederick Wiseman and Albert and David Maysles. The directors of the movement take different viewpoints on their degree of invo... ...ry film festivals List of directors and producers of documentaries ...

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Main Street

By: Sinclair Lewis

...es and little groves. The town is, in our tale, called "Gopher Prairie, Minnesota." But its Main Street is the continuation of Main Streets every... ...ng comedy of expectant youth. It is Carol Milford, fleeing for an hour from Blodgett College. The days of pioneering, of lassies in sunbonnets,... ...nsin, the Dakotas send their children thither, and Blodgett protects them from the wickedness of the universities. But it secretes friendly girls, ... ...ness of her body when they saw her in sheer negligee, or darting out wet from a shower-bath. She seemed then but half as large as they had suppose... ...cture theater called "The Rosebud Movie Palace." Lithographs announcing a film called "Fatty in Love." Howland & Gould's Grocery. In the display... ...ints of bad and famous pictures, shelves of phonograph records and camera films, wooden toys, and in the midst an anxious small woman sitting in a p... ...pread on the rack in the oven. She scampered up-stairs to bring down her filmiest tea-cloth. She arranged a silver tray. She proudly carried it in... ...o Gopher Prairie the tracks were eternal verities, and boards of railroad directors an omnipotence. The smallest boy or the most secluded grandam ... ...oud you are of that homely rustic metaphor! You use it at `banquets' and directors' meetings, and boast of your climb from a humble homestead." ...

...s is America?a town of a few thousand, in a region of wheat and corn and dairies and little groves. The town is, in our tale, called ?Gopher Prairie, Minnesota.? But its Main Street is the continuation of Main Streets everywhere. The story would be ......

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Minnesota Youth Symphonies

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...dents at the intermediate level. The Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Minnesota Orchestra Education Director Jim Bartsch, is a full orchestra for... ...arly audience of more than 5, 000 patrons. Student musicians throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin audition annually for a position in on... ...estras, which meet most Saturday mornings for two to three-hour rehearsals from mid-September to early May. MYS also hosts an annual summer program in... ...under the artistic direction of Manny Laureano, Principal Trumpet of the Minnesota Orchestra, and his wife, Claudette Laureano, Director of the Bre... ...e Breck School's String Program, since 1988. Together, they’ve grown MYS from one orchestra of 58 students to four orchestras, a summer program and ... ...y Metrodome in Minneapolis. MYS worked with one of the most distinguished film composers of the 20th century when Elmer Bernstein guest-conducted “Th... ...the 35th Anniversary of MYS as well as the 20th Anniversary of Co-Artistic Directors Claudette and Manny Laureano. In honor of these events, each of t... ...al works by Minnesotan composers. Full orchestral pieces were commissioned from composers Stephen Paulus, Shelley Hanson and MYS alumnus Edward (Ted...

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Main Street

By: Sinclair Lewis

...aching comedy of expectant youth. It is Carol Milford, fleeing for an hour from Blodgett College. The days of pioneering, of lassies in sunbonnets, an... ...cent heresies of Voltaire, Darwin, and Robert Ingersoll. Pious families in Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, the Dakotas send their children thither, and Bl... ...onsin, the Dakotas send their children thither, and Blodgett protects them from the wickedness of the universities. But it secretes friendly girls, yo... ...- ness of her body when they saw her in sheer negligee, or darting out wet from a shower-bath. She seemed then but half as large as they had supposed;... ...sembled the town council and dramatically defeated him. III Though she was Minnesota-born Carol was not an intimate of the prairie villages. Her fathe... ...ture theater called “The Rose- bud Movie Palace.” Lithographs announcing a film called “Fatty in Love.” Howland & Gould’s Grocery. In the display wind... ...rints of bad and famous pictures, shelves of phonograph records and camera films, wooden toys, and in the midst an anxious small woman sitting in a pa... ... spread on the rack in the oven. She scampered up-stairs to bring down her filmiest tea-cloth. She arranged a silver tray. She proudly carried it into... ...proud you are of that homely rustic metaphor! You use it at `banquets’ and directors’ meetings, and boast of your climb from a humble homestead.” 294...

... is America--a town of a few thousand, in a region of wheat and corn and dairies and little groves. The town is, in our tale, called ?Gopher Prairie, Minnesota.? But its Main Street is the continuation of Main Streets everywhere. The story would be the same in Ohio or Montana, in Kansas or Kentucky or Illinois, and not very differently would it be told Up York State or in ...

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American Faust: From Condi to Neo-Condi

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... Language English American Faust: From Condi to Neo-Condi is a docu... ... English American Faust: From Condi to Neo-Condi is a documentary film by British filmmaker Sebasti... ...es 8 External links Style The film is an investigative document... ... The film is an investigative documentary, in the style of Taxi to the Dark Side and Fahrenheit 9/11. Unlike those films, however, it is told entire... ... The Condoleezza Rice Story. Synopsis The film tells the story of Rice's life from her birth in 1954 to her 200... ...realism and advocacy of a humble foreign policy, and became a neo-conservative idealist (hence the film's subtitle, 'from Condi to Neo-Condi'). With h... ...y into politics. This part of the documentary is exactly how docs should be shot, and would make veteran documentary directors like Albert Maysles pro... ... big-buck appearance here, attempting to revise history at a fundraiser for the Beth El Synagogue in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. Human rights activists...

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Indiscretions of Archie

By: P. G. Wodehouse

...QUIFFY...........................................31 CHAPTER IX. A LETTER FROM PARKER................................................................ ...HAPTER VIII. A DISTURBED NIGHT FOR DEAR OLD SQUIFFY • CHAPTER IX. A LETTER FROM PARKER • CHAPTER X. DOING FATHER A BIT OF GOOD • CHAPTER XI. SALVA... ...re hotel proprietor and if he did marry her well, what else was there to do? From his point of view, the whole thing was a thoroughly good egg; but Mr... ...els, which were run by impersonal companies and shareholders and boards of directors, and consequently lacked the paternal touch which made the Co... ... more interest to a cheery half−column on the activities of a gentleman in Minnesota who, with Indiscretions of Archie CHAPTER V. STRANGE EXPERIENC... ...r people's hard−luck stories. "Tell me all, laddie," he said. "Release the film! Has she walked out on you?" "Left us flat! How did you hear about... ...ows how them movies can work on a girl's feelings. It was a Bryant Washburn film, and somehow, whenever I see him on the screen, nothing else seems ... ...o. So we go off to have a soda, and I said to him, 'That sure was a lovely film, Gus!' and would you believe me, he says straight out that he didn...

...e prided himself on the fact that his hotel was not like other New York hotels, which were run by impersonal companies and shareholders and boards of directors, and consequently lacked the paternal touch which made the Cosmopolis what it was....

... THE BOMB, 18 -- Chapter VII. MR. ROSCOE SHERRIFF HAS AN IDEA, 25 -- Chapter VIII. A DISTURBED NIGHT FOR DEAR OLD SQUIFFY, 31 -- Chapter IX. A LETTER FROM PARKER, 37 -- Chapter X. DOING FATHER A BIT OF GOOD, 44 -- Chapter XI. SALVATORE CHOOSES THE WRONG MOMENT, 51 -- Chapter XII. BRIGHT EYES AND A FLY, 55 -- Chapter XIII. RALLYING ROUND PERCY, 62 -- Chapter XIV. THE SAD CA...

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American Dream (film)

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... Directed by Barbara Kopple Co-directors: Cathy Caplan Thomas Haneke Lawr... ... Creek Catholic Communication Campaign Channel 4 Films Distribute... ... Distributed by Prestige Films HBO Miramax Films (DVD release) ... ... October 6, 1990 (1990-10-06) (New York Film Festival) ... ...lm is centered on unionized meatpacking workers at Hormel Foods in Austin, Minnesota between 1985 and 1986. Hormel had cut the hourly wage from $10.69... ...in Austin, Minnesota between 1985 and 1986. Hormel had cut the hourly wage from $10.69 to $8.25 and cut benefits by 30 percent despite posting a net p... ...gers delivers in the short term, but it is not enough to defeat opposition from Hormel management and the UFCW international union. ... ... Prize Documentary; all for Barbara Kopple; 1991. Directors Guild of America: DGA Award; Outstanding Directorial Achievement ... ... (1979) From Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China (1980) ...

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Main Street

By: Sinclair Lewis

...tle groves. Main Street 1 The town is, in our tale, called "Gopher Prairie, Minnesota." But its Main Street is the continuation of Main Streets every... ...l aching comedy of expectant youth. It is Carol Milford, fleeing for an hour from Blodgett College. The days of pioneering, of lassies in sunbonnets, ... ...sconsin, the Dakotas send their children thither, and Blodgett protects them from the wickedness of the universities. But it secretes friendly girls, ... ...ightness of her body when they saw her in sheer negligee, or darting out wet from a shower−bath. She seemed then but half as large as they had suppose... ...−picture theater called "The Rosebud Movie Palace." Lithographs announcing a film called "Fatty in Love." Howland Gould's Grocery. In the display wind... ... prints of bad and famous pictures, shelves of phonograph records and camera films, wooden toys, and in the midst an anxious small woman sitting in a ... ...er spread on the rack in the oven. She scampered up−stairs to bring down her filmiest tea−cloth. She arranged a silver tray. She proudly carried it in... .... To Gopher Prairie the tracks were eternal verities, and boards of railroad directors an omnipotence. The smallest boy or the most secluded grandam c... ...w proud you are of that homely rustic metaphor! You use it at `banquets' and directors' meetings, and boast of your climb from a humble homestead." "H...

...Excerpt: THE town is, in our tale, called ?Gopher Prairie, Minnesota.? But its Main Street is the continuation of Main Streets everywhere. The story would be the same in Ohio or Montana, in Kansas or Kentucky or Illinois, and not very differently would it be told Up York State or in ...

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Into Temptation (film)

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... Production company Ten Ten Films Cabin 14 Productions... ... $97,457[3] Into Temptation is a 2009 independent drama film written and directed by Patrick Co... ...s to find and save her, and in doing so plunges himself into a darker side of society. The film was partially inspired by Coyle's ... ...n who had considered becoming a priest in his early life. The script won the McKnight Screenwriting Fellowship from the IFP Minnesota Center for Media... ...sidered becoming a priest in his early life. The script won the McKnight Screenwriting Fellowship from the IFP Minnesota Center for Media Arts. Into T... ...he IFP Minnesota Center for Media Arts. Into Temptation was filmed and set in Coyle's hometown of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Several supporting roles wer... ...filmed and set in Coyle's hometown of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Several supporting roles were filled with actors from the Minneapolis – Saint Paul theat... ...rs. Into Temptation was optioned in Hollywood, but talks fell through due to complications from the global recession. The film did... ...Paul area.[17] Vanessa Miles was set decorator, while Sarah Jean Kruchowski and Amy Hubbard both worked as art directors.[6] Lee P...

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U.S. Department of Education Safe, Disciplined, And Drug-Free Schools Expert Panel Exemplary & Promising Safe, Disciplined, And Drug-Free Schools Safe, Disciplined, And Drug-Free Schools 2001 Programs

By: Rod Paige

... for Comprehensive School Health Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 Minnesota Smoking Prevention Program . . 86 Open Circle Curriculum . . . . ... ...ducators, researchers, evaluators, program developers, and representatives from local and state education agencies, businesses, institutions of higher... ...open and widely publicized submission process that encouraged applications from any program sponsor who believed that his or her program might meet th... ...s. They were selected by the U.S. Department of Education (the Department) from a list of individuals nominated by state SDFS coordinators, program st... ...king Toward Peace Michigan Model for Comprehensive School Health Education Minnesota Smoking Prevention Program EMPHASIS Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other ... ...ing course with FHAO materials. Through journal writing, small-group work, films, guest speakers, and traditional reading and discussion sessions, stu... ...veral models. Some teachers have gone through on-site training for program directors. Others have gone through one- or two-day workshops with classroo... ...eneyd@STATE.MI.US Web site: http://www.emc.cmich.edu 85 promising Program Minnesota Smoking Prevention Program Minnesota Smoking Prevention Program...

... Lions-Quest Skills for Adolescence, 77 -- Lions-Quest Working Toward Peace, 80 -- Michigan Model for Comprehensive -- School Health Education, 83 -- Minnesota Smoking Prevention Program, 86 -- Open Circle Curriculum, 89 -- PeaceBuilders?, 92 -- The Peacemakers Program: Violence -- Prevention for Students in Grades 4?8, 95 -- Peers Making Peace, 98 -- Positive Action, 101 ...

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North Country (film)

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... North Country is a 2005 American drama film directed by Niki Caro. The screenplay by Michael Seitzman was inspired... ... In 1989, Josey Aimes returns to her hometown in northern Minnesota with her children, Sammy and Karen, after escaping from her abusi... ...n in northern Minnesota with her children, Sammy and Karen, after escaping from her abusive husband. She moves in with her parents, Alice and Hank. Ha... ...heir male co-workers, most notably Bobby Sharp, a former friend of Josey's from high school, as most of the townspeople believe women should not be al... ...causes Josey to be berated in public by Bobby's wife and loses her respect from Sammy, who starts believing that his mother is indeed promiscuous afte... ...s after hearing what the others are saying. After even the mine's board of directors refuses to hear Josey's complaints about the way women are treate... ...ally began working at the EVTAC (from "Eveleth Taconite") mine in Eveleth, Minnesota in 1975 and initiated her lawsuit in 1984, four years before the ... ...and initiated her lawsuit in 1984, four years before the year in which the film begins. Its time line was condensed, but in reality it took fourteen y... ... be settled. Jenson declined to sell the rights to her story or act as the film's consultant.[1] The film was shot in the towns of...

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A Legacy of Leadership

... guides us as a nation. And where there is no vision, the people perish.” From the National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities Act, signed by... ...ssioning effort. In 58 locations across the country, organizations ranging from local choirs and jazz bands to chamber groups and symphony orchestras ... ...ntal Harmony project was created by the American Composers Forum with help from the National Endowment for the Arts. “The support that the NEA gave ma... ...nd Change. P. Richard Eells 9 a national conference of textile artists, a film festival, lectures, performances and an artist’s residency. “That was ... ...e living in the region. Begun in 1969 as an experiment in community- based filmmaking, Appalshop initially trained area young people in media producti... ...lude the Media Arts Center, the largest single producer and distributor of film and video works about Appalachia and one of the biggest producer-distr... ...teppenwolf as their artistic home. The actors asked the company’s board of directors to create a perma- nent physical home to which they could return,... ...t of film school, 23-year-old Tony Bui took part in a Sundance writers and directors lab. Encouraged by the experience, Bui went on to write, direct a... ...the process of making meaningful work. The advisors, actors, producers and directors give you the confidence to walk that path. I always fall back on ...

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Stagecoach (1939 film)

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... Stagecoach is a 1939 American Western film directed by John Ford, starring Claire Trevor and John Wayne in his br... ...tion of "The Stage to Lordsburg", a 1937 short story by Ernest Haycox. The film follows a group of strangers riding on a stagecoach through dangerous ... ...–Utah border, as a location, many of which also starred John Wayne. Scenes from Stagecoach, including a famous sequence introducing John Wayne's chara... ...yne's character the Ringo Kid, blended shots of Monument Valley with shots filmed on the Iverson Movie Ranch in Chatsworth, California, and other loca... ... In 1880, a motley group of strangers boards the east-bound stagecoach from Tonto, Arizona Territory to Lordsburg, New Mexico Territory. These tra... ...enry Gatewood (Berton Churchill), who is absconding with $50,000 embezzled from his bank. Along the way, they come across the Ring... ...cott. The January 9, 1949 radio episode of Screen Directors Playhouse had John Wayne and Claire Trevor both reprise their par... ... ^ a b c Matthew Bernstein, Walter Wagner: Hollywood Independent, Minnesota Press, 2000 p439 ^ Stagecoach Movi... ...y Award Theater: May 4, 1946 Stagecoach on Screen Directors Playhouse: January 9, 1949 ...

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The Role of a Federal Arts Agency

By: Vance Jacobs

... countries like France, Germany, Mexico, or China, most arts funding comes from the government—either at a federal or local level. These systems tend ... ...rts personnel are usually members of civil service or political appointees from the ruling party. These systems provide smooth and stable planning for... ...bines federal, state, and local government support with private subvention from individuals, corporations, and foundations, as well as box office rece... ... helped create major ongoing arts organizations as diverse as the American Film Institute, the Spoleto Festival USA, and the PBS series Great Performa... ...at the center of their portfolios. In this fluid and evolving world, the directors of arts organizations face a two-sided challenge. On one side t... ...banks is preserving and cataloging 132 reels, consisting of 56,600 feet of film, documenting Alaskan native peoples, activities, and settings from 192... ...1927 to 1965. Information about the individuals and activities depicted on film will be obtained from Alaskan native peoples and incorporated into cat... ...ceive income from the gift assets. Family foundations allow the board of directors to be comprised of family members only. B. Corporate Giving Corp... ...g the film school at UCLA—a state university—to educate and recruit future directors. Much of the American avant-garde theater is based in drama work...

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Damn Yankees (film)

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...nglish Damn Yankees is a 1958 musical film made by Warner Bros., a modern version of the Faust story involving th... ...involving the New York Yankees and Washington Senators baseball teams. The film is based on the 1955 Broadway musical of the same name. ... ...sed on the 1955 Broadway musical of the same name. The film version was directed by George Abbott, as was the earlier stage versio... ...rected by George Abbott, as was the earlier stage version, with assistance from Stanley Donen. With the exception of Tab Hunter in the role of Joe Har... ... and, introducing himself as a scout, presents his new discovery—Joe Hardy from Hannibal, Missouri. Joe promptly hits baseball after baseball out of t... ... Gloria Thorpe plans to quickly get Joe into the public eye ("Shoeless Joe from Hannibal, Mo."). With tremendous home runs and gam... ...g Newcomer -- Gwen Verdon (nominated) Directors Guild of America Outstanding... ... Minnesota Twins ... ...g Newcomer -- Gwen Verdon (nominated) Directors Guild of America Outstanding...

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Hungry Ghosts and Foreign Bodies

By: David Punter

...rest Reid finds it necessary to distinguish de la Mare’s tales of haunting from those of Poe: Poe’s stories, Reid says, ‘are forced from the writer by... ...haunting, would be the product of an unimaginable other who steals the pen from the writer’s grasp in the very moment of inception and yet who cannot ... ...gist Poets, published in 1915, Richard Aldington quotes a relevant passage from Remy de Gourmont: Individualism in literature, liberty of art, abando... ...e Conversation, trans. Susan Hanson (Minneapolis and London: University of Minnesota Press, 1993). 28. Walter de la Mare, ‘All Hallows’, in Best Stor... ...–5, 6.13, in Eliot, p. 115. 225 Index Note: Titles of literary works and films are indexed under the names of authors and directors. ‘n’ after a pag... ...les of literary works and films are indexed under the names of authors and directors. ‘n’ after a page reference refers to a note on that page. abject... ...nst, Max, 132, 135 Etchells, Frederick, 168 Expressionism, as in German film, 103–4, 193–5, 197, 201, 208–11 Fairhall, James, 127n Fantomas, 192... ...lkner, William, 173 Ferrero, Guglielmo, 156, 159 Field, Andrew, 99, 106 film, 5, 103–4, 188–206, 207–24 film noir, 219–22 fin de siècle, 2, 129–3...

...In his memoir of Walter de la Mare, Forrest Reid finds it necessary to distinguish de la Mare’s tales of haunting from those of Poe: Poe’s stories, Reid says, ‘are forced from the writer by some dark, secret collaborator; they are written with the terrible intensity of one who abandons himself to an obsession’.1 Such a process of writing...

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List of film festivals

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...inent. __TOC__ Africa { Name City Country Type Notes International Arab Film Festival 1976 Wahran International Cairo International Film Fest... ...national Cairo International Film Festival 1976 Cairo InternationalThe first film festival in the Middle East Carthage Film Festival 1966 Carthage... ...e Film Festival 1966 Carthage RegionalIn order to be eligible for competition, films in the festival must have a director of African or Middle Eastern... ... permanent place in the international film festival calendar, showcasing films from all over the world. International Cinema Festival of India (ICFI... ...ed to be held annually. 2008 Auckland International Documentary Film Festival from Global Independent Collective of Storytellers is about films for s... ... Festival 2007 Abu Dhabi InternationalAn annual film festival showcasing films from the Arab world alongside international works. Alpavirama South ... ...n Tokyo, the annual festival is hosted by a country designated by the Board of Directors of the Federation of Motion Picture Producers in Asia-Pacific... ...T", the festival is held annually in February or March. Berlin International Directors Lounge 2005 Berlin InternationalHeld annually in February par... ...allations. Accompanying program of live art and music performances. http://www.directorslounge.net/ Berlin International Film Festival 1951 Berlin I...

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Edison, His Life and Inventions

By: Frank Lewis Dyer, Thomas Commerford Martin

...ven to the world. That life, if there is anything in heredity, is very far from finished; and while it continues there will be new achievement. An in... ...nfidence reposed in them, and in the constant assistance they have enjoyed from Mr. Edison while preparing these pages, a great many of which are alto... ...n he could trust, and whose intimate knowledge of the facts would save him from misrepresentation. The authors of the book are profoundly conscious o... ...e got shaky. Mr. Orton, the president, and Wm. H. Vanderbilt and the other directors came in. I had my heart trying to climb up around my oesophagus. ... ...rk and Newark, New Jersey. Mr. Orton and W. K. Vanderbilt and the board of directors witnessed and took part in the tests. The Western Union then put ... ...rocess was the coating of the original or master record with a homogeneous film of gold so thin that three hundred thousand of these piled one on top ... ... attention on the spot. As it was, not only Edison, but all the company's directors, officers, and employees, were kept busy exhibiting and explainin... ...cupied in exposure and the other half in moving the exposed portion of the film out of the field of the lens and bringing a new portion into its place... ...efforts of the present day to economize space by using a minimum length of film, pictures are frequently taken at too slow a rate, and the reproductio...

...orized record of the work of Mr. Edison, during an active life, has been given to the world. That life, if there is anything in heredity, is very far from finished; and while it continues there will be new achievement. An insistently expressed desire on the part of the public for a definitive biography of Edison was the reason for the following pages. The present authors d...

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The Fantastic Four (film)

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...The Fantastic Four is an unreleased low-budget superhero film completed in 1994. It was produced by low-budget specialist Roger Corm... ...ichinger, who went on to produce another Fantastic Four movie in 2005. The film was based on the long-running comic book by Marvel Comics and featured... ...s first battle with the evil Doctor Doom, combining the superteam's origin from The Fantastic Four #1 and Doom's origin from Fantastic Four Annual #2 ... ... spacecraft as the same comet passes by Earth. They are hit by cosmic rays from it, due to a necessary diamond being exchanged for an imitation of its... ... who pose as Marines, and meet villainous monarch Dr. Doom. After escaping from Doom's men, the four regroup at the Baxter Building, trying to decide ... ...as not available until three years later, when Eichinger's Neue Constantin film company obtained it for a price the producer called "not enormous" and... ...remiere was announced to take place at the Mall of America in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on January 19, 1994, with proceeds from the event earmarked for ... ...nger continued negotiations to produce a big-budget version, speaking with directors including Chris Columbus, Peyton Reed, Sean Astin, and Peter Sega...

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Steep Trails

By: John Muir

... ILLUSTRATIONS The Crest of the Wahsatch Range From a point about four miles north of Salt Lake City, Utah. Fro... ... A view of Mossbrae Falls, where a subterranean stream coming down from the glaciers of Mt. Shasta breaks through the 5 vegetatio... ... 5 vegetation and flows into the Sacramento River. From a photograph by Herbert W. Gleason Mount Shasta after a Snowsto... ...ing to seek their winter homes. My barometer and the sighing winds and filmy half-transparent clouds that dimmed the sunshine gave notice of th... ...y down through any storm likely to fall. Presently thin, fibrous films of cloud began to blow directly over the summit from north to sout... ...gs across the valley; and even where no cloud was visible, an obscuring film absorbed the sunlight, giving rise to a cold, bluish darkness. Nev... .... Cheap land and good land there was in abundance in Kansas, Nebraska, Minnesota, and Iowa; but there the labor of 255 providing for anim... ...l rights. INDEMNITY You will indemnify and hold the Project, its directors, officers, members and agents harmless from all liability, cos...

...ILLUSTRATIONS: The Crest of the Wahsatch Range From a point about four miles north of Salt Lake City, Utah. From a photograph by Herbert W. Gleason At Shasta Soda Springs A view of Mossbrae Falls, where a subterranean stream coming down from the glaciers of Mt. Shasta bre...

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Savage Guns (1961 film)

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...The Savage Guns is a 1961 Eurowestern film, an international co-production by British and Spanish producers. B... ...lings, written by Peter R. Newman and directed by Michael Carreras, the film is credited as the first traditional Spaghetti Western . The film wa... ... first traditional Spaghetti Western . The film was noticeably set apart from previous "classic" American westerns starring an American leading ca... ... used in later Spaghetti Westerns during the next two decades. Plot The film takes place in a small valley in the Mexican state of Sonora, near th... ...cal land baron who attempts to dominate the area by buying up cheap land from rival ranchers in the valley. He using a bandit gang to force ranchers... ...director Jimmy Sangster, this was Carreras first film since breaking away from Hammer Studios . By 1960, Hollywood studios had drastically cut down ... ...aracter actors with appearances in Gunfighters of Casa Grande (1964), Minnesota Clay (1965), A Pistol for Ringo (1965), A Bullet for the ... ... Spanish desert landscape was utilized not only by later Spaghetti Western directors such as Sergio Leone, but also used by major Hollywood studios in...

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2003 Presidential Scholars Program National Recognition Week

By: Johnson

...tes symbolically honors all graduating high school seniors of high potential. From President Lyndon Baines Johnson to George W. Bush, the Presidentia... ...Presidential Scholars Program annually selects one male and one female student from each state, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Americans livin... ... Scholars: A Portrait of T alent and its Development.” The theme that emerged from the study suggested that the talents of these Presidential Scholar... ... drawn a lot of inspiration from my favorite movie, Rounders. This 1998 poker film originally caught my attention for its interesting subject and out... ...Art and Design, Will received the highest award possible for his work in video/film. He was also chosen to help produce the National EAST Lab Confere... ...ite and promotional videos for the Russellville Fire Department. In the video/film area, during the summer after his junior year, Will completed his ... ...serving on the Simi Valley Education Foundation and Boys & Girls Club Board of Directors and participating in the Economic Development Collaborative o... ...of the Califor- nia History– Social Science Project; President of the board of directors of the East Palo Alto Charter School; editor of and contribut... ...irman of the Scott County Board of Health, and continues to chair the Board of Directors of Valley Bank-- in 1993, the first bank to be chartered in I...

.... In honoring the Presidential Scholars, the President of the United States symbolically honors all graduating high school seniors of high potential. From President Lyndon Baines Johnson to George W. Bush, the Presidential Scholars Program has honored more than 5,000 of our nation?s most distinguished graduating high school seniors. Initiated by President Johnson, the Pres...

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Women in prison film

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...Women in prison film (or WiP) is a subgenre of exploitation film that began in the late 1960s and continues to the present day. Their ... ...ale prison wardens, guards and other inmates. The genre also features many films in which imprisoned women engage in lesbian sex. WiP films are works... ...lexible format, and the loosening of censorship laws in the 1960s, allowed filmmakers to depict more extreme fetishes, such as voyeurism (strip search... ...o the classic WiP films of the '70s have emerged such as Sugar Boxx (2009) from The Big Doll House director Cody Jarrett and Steve Balderson's Stuck! ... ...e, Jane Wiedlin, and Pleasant Gehman. Italian films Italian exploitation directors have produced scores of WiP films with far more graphic sex and v... ...y the U.S./Canadian Ilsa series, Franco, Mattei, Garrone and other Italian directors created scores of films such as SS Experiment Love Camp, SS Camp... ...xamples include Bamboo House of Dolls (1973) with Birte Tove, Great Escape from a Women's Prison, and Men Behind the Sun (1988). Comfort Women (1992)... ...pan, prison films are often made into a series based on popular characters from manga comics such as Prisoner Maria and the Sasori (Scorpion) series w... ...inists, and media culture, ed. by Judith Mayne. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2000, pages 115-147. ISBN 0-8166-3456-4Morey, Anne. "'The ...

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Edison, His Life and Inventions

By: Frank Lewis Dyer

...given to the world. That life, if there is anything in heredity, is very far from finished; and while it continues there will be new achievement. An i... ...confidence reposed in them, and in the constant assistance they have enjoyed from Mr. Edison while preparing these pages, a great many of which are al... ...ion he could trust, and whose intimate knowledge of the facts would save him from misrepresentation. The authors of the book are profoundly conscious ... ...ide got shaky. Mr. Orton, the president, and Wm. H. Vanderbilt and the other directors came in. I had my heart trying to climb up around my oesophagus... ...York and Newark, New Jersey. Mr. Orton and W. K. Vanderbilt and the board of directors witnessed and took part in the tests. The Western Union then pu... ...a Edison, His Life and Inventions CHAPTER X. THE PHONOGRAPH 72 homogeneous film of gold so thin that three hundred thousand of these piled one on to... ...nal attention on the spot. As it was, not only Edison, but all the company's directors, officers, and employees, were kept busy exhibiting and explain... ...occupied in exposure and the other half in moving the exposed portion of the film out of the field of the lens and bringing a new portion into its pla... ...e efforts of the present day to economize space by using a minimum length of film, pictures are frequently taken at too slow a rate, and the reproduct...

...orized record of the work of Mr. Edison, during an active life, has been given to the world. That life, if there is anything in heredity, is very far from finished; and while it continues there will be new achievement. An insistently expressed desire on the part of the public for a definitive biography of Edison was the reason for the following pages. The present authors d...

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2012 in film

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...The following tables list films released in 2012. Six box-office blockbusters from previous years ( ... ... following tables list films released in 2012. Six box-office blockbusters from previous years ( Beauty and the Beast , , Titanic , Raiders of t... ...AX. 2012 also marked the debut for High Frame Rate technology. The first film using 48 fps image capture and projection, a higher frame rate than ... ... using 48 fps image capture and projection, a higher frame rate than the film industry standard 24 fps, was . Paramount Pictures and Universal... ...Pixar Animation Studios Pete Docter, Lee Unkrich, David Silverman (directors); Andrew Stanton, Daniel Gerson (screenplay); John Goodman, ... ... One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing • Kidnapped • Casino Royale • From Russia with Love • The Guns of Navarone • The Master of Ballan... ...ish Actor Went the Day Well? • Hue and Cry • Fire Maidens from Outer Space • I Was Monty's Double • The Nanny • Chicago J... ...der • Cool Hand Luke • The Green Berets • The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid • Wanda Nevada • Frailty April 1 ... ...r • Dick Tracy • Reds • Stay Hungry • The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid • Children of the Corn • Heaven Can Wait 27...

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Fy 2002 2005 Grantee Profiles Language Resource Centers Cfda No. 84. 229A

By: Gabriela Appel

... (2) Assessment Goal: This project views assessment of the advanced learner from multiple perspectives in terms of assessment methods and language m... ...tive-speaker and advanced learner corpus of natural spoken Mandarin Chinese from a variety of situations (prepared talks; interview; conversations et... ...CALPER collected native-speaker and advanced learner natural spoken Japanese from a variety of situations (interviews; discussions; conversations); d... ...ative language instruction; authentic video and audio recordings and texts (filmed and recorded by the Center on location). Desired Impact of Pro... ...s (of Caspian, Caucasus, Central Asia) Ethnomusicology Performing arts and film 16 LANGUAGE ACQUISITION RESOURCE CENTER (LARC) San Diego State ... ...nicating in the Culture, by Galal Walker and Yong Lang Interactive DVD: The film Strange Friends (Mosheng de pengyou) is based on the design and con... ...cation, distributed learning, and introductory language instruction Project directors: David Hiple, Stephen Tschudi - languages: Chinese, Filipino, I... ... comparable measures in any language. Heritage language education Project directors: Kathryn Davis, John Mayer - languages: Samoan, Ilokano The NF... ...ation for the Teaching of the Samoan Language. Issues in placement Project directors: J. D. Brown, Thom Hudson - languages: all This testing projec...

...evelopment; Learner Language Database for FL Educators and SLA Researchers (2) Assessment Goal; This project views assessment of the advanced learner from multiple perspectives in terms of assessment methods and language modalities as well as criteria for judging language quality. Specifically, it incorporates performance and content-based assessments for diverse language ...

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1995 in film

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... This is a list of films released in 1995. Highest-grossing films { + Highest-grossing films of 1995 ! Rank Title Studio Dir... ...sMarch 13 - The Dogme 95 movement is officially announced in Paris by Danish directors Lars von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg .June 10 - Pocahonta... ...0, 000, free admission.November 17 - After a six-year hiatus, the James Bond film series resumes with the successful GoldenEye with Pierce Brosna... ....November 22 - Toy Story is released debuting at the #1 and remaining on the film charts for 18 weeks, marking the first feature-length film created... ...imothy Hutton Friday, starring Ice Cube and Chris Tucker Friendship's Field From the Journals of Jean Seberg - a documentary directed by Mark Rap... ...Lange and Halle Berry Love Letter - ( Japan )Lumière and Company, 40 shorts from 40 directors - ( France / Spain / Sweden / Denmark ) MMaborosi (A... ...nd Halle Berry Love Letter - ( Japan )Lumière and Company, 40 shorts from 40 directors - ( France / Spain / Sweden / Denmark ) MMaborosi (A Trick o... ...Private Life of Sherlock Holmes • The Hound of the Baskervilles • • Tales from the Crypt • The Curse of Frankenstein • Mr. Arkadin • The Hi... ... The Right Stuff • Invasion of the Body Snatchers • The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid • The Shootist • Jinxed! 10 Irene Tedrow 87 ...

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The National Endowment for the Arts

By: Bill Ivey

...dictions. The number of state and jurisdic­ tional arts agencies has grown from 5 to 56. Local arts agencies now number over 4,000 – up from 400. Non... ...ncies now number over 4,000 – up from 400. Nonprofit theaters have grown from 56 to 340, symphony orchestras have nearly doubled in number from 980... ...rly doubled in number from 980 to 1,800, opera companies have multiplied from 27 to 113, and now there are 18 times as many dance com­ panies as the... ...ts a feasibility study which results in the establishment of the American Film Institute in 1967. Programs of individual grants for choreographers t... ...nal Council, an initial fund of $1.3 million is set aside for an American Film Institute and a series of grants is made in the field of architecture ... ...in Tarrytown, New York, the Council formally recommends that the American Film Institute be established with $1.3 million from the Endowment and mat... ... to help Affiliate Artists develop young conductors for positions as music directors of American symphony orchestras. Exxon’s partnership with the En... ...ental Activities. He also places limits on the terms of office for program directors. The Folk Arts Program, once part of Special Projects, is made a... ...xtends its support of in 1980. Photo courtesy International playwrights, directors, designers Production Associates. and other theater artists thro...

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Bibliography of film: documentary

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... A list of reference works on documentary films. Books ... ...ntary films. Books Aitken, Ian (24 September 1992). Film and Reform: John Grierson and the Documentar... ...r & Francis. ISBN .  Aitken, Ian, ed. (1998). The Documentary Film Movement: An Anthology. Edinburgh University... ...bsp; Alexander, William (1981). Film on the Left: American Documentary Film from 1931 to 1942. Princeton University Press. IS... ... Barson, Tanya; Morris, Lynda; Nash, Mark (2006). Making history: art and documentary in Britain from 1929 to now. Tate Publishing. ISBN .&nb... ... Bloom, Peter J. (12 March 2008). French Colonial Documentary: Mythologies of Humanitarianism. U of Minnesota Press. ISBN .  ... .... ISBN .  Chris, Cynthia (14 March 2006). Watching Wildlife. U of Minnesota Press. ISBN .  ... ...ess. ISBN .  Chu, Yingchi (3 August 2007). Chinese Documentaries: From Dogma to Polyphony. Psychology Press. ISBN&n... ... Cunningham, Megan (1 July 2005). The Art Of The Documentary: Ten Conversations With Leading Directors, Cinematographers, Editors, And Produce...

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The 9/11 Commission Report Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States

By: Thomas H. Kean

...newal in Afghanistan (1996–1998) 63 3. COUNTERTERRORISM EVOLVES 71 3.1 From the Old Terrorism to the New: The First World Trade Center Bombing 7... ... We present the narrative of this report and the recommendations that flow from it to the President of the United States, the United States Congress, ... ...ommissioners—five Republicans and five Democrats chosen by elected leaders from our nation’s capital at a time of great partisan division—have come to... ...at the assistant secretary level or just below it.The NSC staff had senior directors who would sit on these interagency committees, often as chair, to... ...s roommates recalls him referring to Hitler as a “good man” and organizing film sessions that included speeches by Bin Ladin. Motassadeq would help co... ...oordinators included Jamal al Badawi and Fahd al Quso, who was supposed to film the attack from a nearby apartment.The two suicide opera- tives chosen... ...s, and detonated the bomb. Quso did not arrive at the apartment in time to film the attack. 124 Back in Afghanistan, Bin Ladin anticipated U.S. milita... ... fire safety director.The director supervised a team of deputy fire safety directors, one of whom was on duty at the fire com- mand station in the lob... ...t to prepare civilians better for future emer- gencies. Deputy fire safety directors conducted fire drills at least twice a year, with advance notice ...

...Excerpt: We present the narrative of this report and the recommendations that flow from it to the President of the United States, the United States Congress, and the American people for their consideration. Ten Commissioners--five Republicans and five Democrats chosen by elected leaders from our nation?s ca...

...ganization, Declaring War on the United States (1992?1996) 59 2.5 Al Qaeda?s Renewal in Afghanistan (1996?1998) 63 3. COUNTERTERRORISM EVOLVES 71 3.1 From the Old Terrorism to the New: The First World Trade Center Bombing 71 3.2 Adaptation?and Nonadaptation? . . . in the Law Enforcement Community 73 3.3 . . . and in the Federal Aviation Administration 82 3.4 . . . and in t...

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Film industry in Michigan

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...ing of the Post–World War II baby boom. As of March 14, 2013, the Michigan Film Office website contains a list of 319, filmed in Michigan titles, begi... ...mmy Stewart and Lee Remick in 1959.[1] Contemporary nationally known works filmed in the state include the drama Conviction (2010), starring Hilary Sw... ...011), starring Val Kilmer and Christopher Walken,[3] HBO's series Hung was filmed, and is set in, Detroit,[4] and the Discovery Channel's Motor City M... ...cts produced in Michigan's 103 core communities. Above the line personnel, directors, writers, producers etc., were eligible for a 40% credit on salar... ...oup. In 2008, Michigan film industry expenditures grossed $125 million, up from $2 million in 2007, creating an estimated 2800 jobs with incentive out... ...aising events, employee training and productions containing obscene matter from the incentive.[32] Section 125.2029h(1)(... ...nor's Recommendation for FY 2013-14 (S.B. 194), reduces the film incentive from $50 million to $25 million.[9] Results of reductio... ...Critics Directors ... ... (2013) Directors Guild of America Awards (2013) ...

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The Graves of Academe

By: Richard Mitchell

...ll wince. Stamped with vintage Mitchell wit and laced with stinging examples from The Underground Grammarian, The Graves of Academe pinpoints the hist... ...ntents 2 Foreword This book started out to be a large collection of pieces from The Underground Grammarian, a dissident if tiny journal that has ach... ...act. I spent several months choosing, ordering, and contemplating selections from The Underground Grammarian, intending to sort them by themes and sti... ...ready simplified text is just such a change, and so is the widespread use of films and even television programs in place of books. When such a change ... ...returned to New Jersey after ten years spent in unspecified enterprises ``in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Michigan, and other states.'... ...henics? Who knows? They look so much alike. That's why we all need Assistant Directors, real professionals of education, with rigorous ``experience tr... ...al attitudes, and the Picasso show brought forth not only an ``educational'' film in which the painter was portrayed, surely to the stupefaction of th... ...''fundamental process.`` All the presumed skills of communication, including film−making and tape−recorder operation and even (this is true) televisio...

...Foreword: This book started out to be a large collection of pieces from The Underground Grammarian, a dissident if tiny journal that has achieved notoriety if not fame, and to which I am a party. Such a collection was proposed by a publisher (not, I am happy to say, my publisher) and recomme...

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Bibliography of film by genre

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... 10 Drama 11 Film noir 12 Horror ... ... 16 Mystery 17 Pornography/erotic film 18 Road movie ... ... Donovan, Barna William (2008). The Asian influence on Hollywood action films. McFarland & Co. ISBN .  Donov... ...as (30 October 2009). The Anime Machine: A Media Theory of Animation. U of Minnesota Press. ISBN .  Murray, Robin L... ...p; Telotte, J. P. (1 July 2010). Animating Space: From Mickey to WALL-E. University Press of Kentucky. ISBN .  ... ...; Watson, Chris (30 March 2009). Reflections on Blaxploitation: Actors and Directors Speak. Scarecrow Press. ISBN .  ... ...th, Michael V. (3 May 2012). Reeling with Laughter: American Film Comedies—From Anarchy to Mockumentary. Scarecrow Press. ISBN .  ... ... Brode, Douglas (1995). Money, women, and guns: Crime movies from Bonnie and Clyde to the present. Carol Pub. Group. ISBN .  ... ...; Watson, Chris (30 March 2009). Reflections on Blaxploitation: Actors and Directors Speak. Scarecrow Press. ISBN .  ...

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