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The Golem

By: Gustav Meyrink

... request. ABOUT THE TRANSLATOR Mike Mitchell is one of Dedalus's editorial directors and is responsible for Dedalus translation programme. His publica... ... Protestant. Education in Munich, Hamburg and Prague. 1882-1902 One of the directors of the Meyer and Morgen-stern Bank in Prague. Becomes well known ... ...m appears in serial form in Die Weissen Blatter. 1914 Paul Wegener's first film version of The Golem. 1915 The Golem is published in book form by Karl... ...War, but refused under pressure from the freemasons. 1920 Wegener's second film version of The Golem. (It is the only one which has survived.) 1921 Th... ...The House of the Last Lamp looking east over Lake Starnberg. 1936 Duvivier film version of The Golem. 3 1971 French television version of The Golem.... ...an assault on the dubiously 'safe' values of the bourgeoisie of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in its last days. In an expressionist and melodramatic mod...

...ABOUT THE TRANSLATOR: Mike Mitchell is one of Dedalus's editorial directors and is responsible for Dedalus translation programme. His publications include The Dedalus Book of Austrian Fantasy: the Meyrink Years 1890-1932;Harrap's German Grammar and a study of Peter Hacks. Mike Mitchell's tr...

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Hungarian American

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...al population Hungarian Americans 1,546,654 [1] 0.5... ...Languages American English, Hungarian, and Yiddish Relig... ... Related ethnic groups Hungarians, Székely Hungarians, Csángó Hungarians, European Americans ... ... influenced numerous television comedy programs for years to come. The Fox Film Corporation was formed by William Fox. Actress Vilma Bánky starred in ... ... was formed by William Fox. Actress Vilma Bánky starred in numerous silent films opposite Hollywood legends such as Rudolph Valentino and Ronald Colma... ...arrymore's mother is Hungarian.[13] Actor Tony Curtis has been in over 100 films, including his iconic roles in Some Like It Hot and The Defiant Ones.... ...ing Vidor was nominated for the same Academy Award five times. Independent directors and the films that have brought them acclaim include Nimród Antal...

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Romania, A Country Study

By: Louis R. Mortimer

... growth rate 0.44 percent. Ethnic Groups: 89.1 percent Romanian, 7.8 percent Hungarian, 1.5 percent German, 1.6 percent Ukrainian, Serb, Croat, Russia... ..., Croat, Russian, Turk, and Gypsy. Language: Romanian spoken in all regions; Hungarian and German commonly used in Transylvania and Banat. Systematic ... ... Dacia in 271. In the eleventh century the Magyars, the ancestors of today's Hungarians, settled the mountainous heart of ancient Dacia, Transylvania.... ... and Romanian schools became the rule rather than the exception. Most of the directors for the newly merged schools were ethnic Romanians, whereas Hun... ...n basic equipment, they had little more autonomy than the state farms. Their directors routinely accepted production directives from Bucharest with li... ...g agencies, whose authority extended to all radio and television facilities, film studios, printing establishments, newspapers, and book publishers an... ... The control apparatus also regulated public access to foreign publications, films, newscasts, books, and radio and television programs. The 1965 Cons... ...ing” influence of Western propaganda and its impact on literary, theatrical, film, and artistic broadcasts and stated that radio and television should... ..., Union of Communist Youth (Uniunea Tineretului Comunist—UTC) officials, and directors of major economic enterprises in the area. In peacetime local d...

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Hungarian Theatre of Cluj

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...Cluj is a theatre in Cluj-Napoca, Romania . Performances are played in Hungarian, with simultaneous translation into Romanian or English usual... ...9-1961, can seat 862 people. The building is also home to the Cluj-Napoca Hungarian Opera . History The Hungarian Theatre of Cluj was founded in 1... ...story The Hungarian Theatre of Cluj was founded in 1792 and was the first Hungarian theatre company in Transylvania, now a part of modern day Romani... ... Ministry of Culture . The defining periods of the theatre were shaped by directors of international fame who are considered key figures of Hungarian... ... of the Shakespeare-series, Jenő Janovics, founder of the first Hungarian film studio, and György Harag, a great Maestro of the theatre in Romania. ... ...ional co-productions and collaborations with world renowned professionals: directors such as Vlad Mugur, Silviu Purcărete, Andrei Șerban, Mihai Măn...

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Interview with William Gibson

By: Giuseppe Salza

... CANNES. William Gibson was in Cannes in May 1994 to promote the filming of "Johnny Mnemonic", a $26 million science fiction movie based ... ...ideo and TV credits, but for the first time in charge of a feature, the film also stars Ice-T, Dolph Lundgren, Takeshi Kitano (of the cult "Sona... ...as been the optimal screen experience so far. Robert (Longo, the film director) and I kind of had a mutual experience with it. We first ... ...f "The Navigator") came late to the project (ED.after a number of other directors had been unsuccessfully approached), but I think he got the tr... ...exist. And look at what happened. In 1993 I wrote an afterword for the Hungarian version of "Neuromancer". I wrote that nothing lives forever,... ...l rights. INDEMNITY You will indemnify and hold the Project, its directors, officers, members and agents harmless from all liability, cos...

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Telluride film festival guest directors

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... held by a different individual each year who is invited by the Telluride Film Festival Directors to join them in the creation of the festival progr... ...erent individual each year who is invited by the Telluride Film Festival Directors to join them in the creation of the festival program. The guest d... ...l's programming decisions, bringing new ideas and, quite often, overlooked films to Telluride. Below is a list of each guest director followed by the ... ...ollowed by the films the director specifically chose to highlight. Guest Directors # 1988 - Donald Richie chose: Japan's Cutting Edge, a 2 hour ... ...nald Richie chose: Japan's Cutting Edge, a 2 hour collection of Japanese film dating from 1981-1988 and Remembering Sessue Hayakawa , a two film m... ...Finland, 1944, 102min), Millions Like Us (U.K., 1943, 101min), Marie, a Hungarian Legend (Hungary, 1932, 68min) # 2008 - Slavoj Zizek # 2009 - ...

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Hungary

By: Stokes, Adrian Scott, 1854-1935; Stokes, Marianne

...t may be seen figures that recall the illustrations in an old-world Bible. Hungarians are sensitive regarding the lack of knowledge they believe preva... ...agyars by the Turks at Mohacs in 1526, and with him fell the flower of the Hungarian aristocracy. Ferdinand of Austria, a Habsburg, and brother of the... ...f the Emperor Charles V., next claimed the cro\vai of what was left of the Hungarian kingdom, as brother-in-law of Louis. A large number of nobles sup... ...ch were painted with dehcate and beautiful patterns. We were told that the directors of a museum in Budapest wished to acquire the best preserved port... ...el in flocks which became dark along one edge, then changed to a thin even film, disappeared, came into sight in a different form, and finally faded a...

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Hungarian Academy of Sciences

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...ession of the Diet in Pressburg (Pozsony, present Bratislava, seat of the Hungarian Parliament at the time), and his example was followed by oth... ...followed by other delegates. Its task was specified as the development of the Hungarian language and the study and propagation of the sciences and t... ...garian language and the study and propagation of the sciences and the arts in Hungarian. It received its current name in 1845. Its central building... ... Péter Nádas writers, Zoltán Kocsis pianist, Miklós Jancsó, István Szabó film directors. The current president is Károly Makk, film director, w... ...r Nádas writers, Zoltán Kocsis pianist, Miklós Jancsó, István Szabó film directors. The current president is Károly Makk, film director, who su...

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After the Rain

By: Sam Vaknin

... last decade. And ethnic tensions are seething all across the continent. Hungarians in Romania, Slovakia, Ukraine and Serbia, Bulgarians in Moldo... ...rkish population to "Bulgarize" their names. The Slav minorities in the Hungarian part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire were forced to "Magyarize" f... ...n camps, set ablaze by fanatics and sadists. The pendulum swung. In 1996, Hungarians were included in the Romanian government and in 1998 they made... ...the right faculties and in mastering the right languages. They watched films intently, read books, clipped magazine articles, surfed the internet... ...nk. The Board of Governors oversees the operation of a Board of Executive Directors, which looks after the mundane, daily business. It is composed... ...ssus from 1987 till 2000) as the Chairman of the Board and 24 Executive Directors appointed or elected by big members or groups of members. There ... ... the costs of production and lower (with the exception of the music and film industries), the marketing channels more numerous (half of the income ... ...rocesses, books, newspapers, any printed matter, works of art and music, films (which, at their beginning were not considered art), software, softw...

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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 ... ...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... ... 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 ... ...re with the exploration of philosophical issues. Satantango (1994), by the Hungarian director Bela Tarr is a 7 1⁄2 hour long film, shot in black ...

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After the Rain

By: Sam Vaknin

...e last decade. And ethnic tensions are seething all across the continent. Hungarians in Romania, Slovakia, Ukraine and Serbia, Bulgarians in Moldova... ...urkish population to "Bulgarize" their names. The Slav minorities in the Hungarian part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire were forced to "Magyarize" f... ...n camps, set ablaze by fanatics and sadists. The pendulum swung. In 1996, Hungarians were included in the Romanian government and in 1998 they made ... ...m the right faculties and in mastering the right languages. They watched films intently, read books, clipped magazine articles, surfed the internet... ... The Board of Governors oversees the operation of a Board of Executive Directors, which looks after the mundane, daily business. It is composed o... ...dessus from 1987 till 2000) as the Chairman of the Board and 24 Executive Directors appointed or elected by big members or groups of members. There ... ...e, the costs of production and lower (with the exception of the music and film industries), the marketing channels more numerous (half of the income... ...processes, books, newspapers, any printed matter, works of art and music, films (which, at their beginning were not considered art), software, softw...

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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... ... 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... ... Floor (1940), directed by Latvian-born, Soviet-trained Boris Ingster.[42] Hungarian émigré Peter Lorre—who had starred in Lang's M—was top-billed, th... ...movies either literally or in spirit. In this production context, writers, directors, cinematographers, and other craftsmen were relatively free from ...

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National Center for Education Statistics April 2002 Classification of Instructional Programs: 2000 Edition

By: Roslyn Korb

...6.1502 Finnish and Related Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics 16.1503 Hungarian/Magyar Language and Literature 16.1504 Mongolian Language and Lit... ...tudies 10.0103 Photographic Technology/Technician 10.0201 Photographic and Film/Video Technology/Technician and Assistant 10.0104 Radio and Television... ... Photographic Technology/Technician 10.0201 Photographic and Film/ Video Technology/Technician and Assistant 10.0104 Radio and T... ...Finnish and Related Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics (NEW) 16.1503 Hungarian/Magyar Language and Literature (NEW) Table 3: Crosswalk of CIP... ...aft, Other 50.0599 Dramatic/Theatre Arts and Stagecraft, Other 50.06 Film/Video and Photographic Arts 50.06 Film/Video and Photographic ... ...Finnish and Related Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics (NEW) 16.1503 Hungarian/Magyar Language and Literature (NEW) 16.1504 Mongolian Language ... ... individuals to be professional broadcast journalists, editors, producers, directors, and managers. Includes instruction in the principles of broadca... ...d messages, and that prepares individuals to function as staff, producers, directors, and managers of radio and television shows and media organizatio... ...ed still, video, and film products under the supervision of photographers, directors, and editors. Includes instruction in equipment setup and mainte...

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1987 in film

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...Art Institute in Chicago, Illinois, to officially become the world's longest film according to Guinness World Records .July 17 - Walt Disney 's cl... ...ures launches a new on-screen logo to celebrate 75 years. Highest-grossing films (US domestic) { + Highest-grossing films of 1987http://boxoffi... ...fice Mojo .http://boxofficemojo.com/yearly/chart/?yr=1987&p=.htm Top grossing films (international) { ! Rank Title Studio Actor/Actress Director... ...Anna, starring Sally Kirkland and Paulina Porizkova Aria, 10 short films by directors including Robert Altman, Jean-Luc Godard, Nicolas Roeg - ... ...ay Crouse Housekeeping, directed by Bill Forsyth, starring Christine Lahti A Hungarian Fairy Tale (Hol volt, hol nem volt) - ( Hungary ) II ragazz...

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Less Than Words Can Say

By: Richard Mitchell

...new kind of cultural institution −− although it is something like the Austro−Hungarian Empire −− that stubbornly avoids those undertakings in which it... ...f the most elaborate and successful bureaucracy since the days of the Austro−Hungarian Empire. Is there a Kafka hidden away in one of its back offices... ...ediationalists and devisers of instruments and coordinators of curricula and directors of programs and all of the supporting services and paraphernali... ...make us think of books, but Learning Resources Centrists can provide us with filmstrips and 8−track recordings and show us how to work the machines. T... ...ading and writing and adduces, to support his conclusion, the fact that some films are beautiful and that cassette recorders are very useful for learn... ... gained knowledge and understanding through years of exposure to television, films and other image−oriented media. Is the knowledge of these students ...

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List of Hungarian films

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... List of Hungarian films ... ... List of Hungarian films ... ... Actors Directors Producers ... ... This is a list collecting the most notable films produced in Hungary and in the Hungarian language. ... ...is a list collecting the most notable films produced in Hungary and in the Hungarian language. The list is divided into three majo... ...storical eras. For an alphabetical list of articles on Hungarian films see Category:Hungarian films. ... ...ras. For an alphabetical list of articles on Hungarian films see Category:Hungarian films. ... ... Actors Directors ... ... Actors Directors Producers ...

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The History and Practice of the Art of Photography, Or, The Production of Pictures

By: Henry H. Snelling

...nt) and the fluoride of silver; and on silver plate covered with a thin film of chloride. The day may be still remote when this much to be desir... ...ng for a long time the solar influence. These rings must be regarded as films of the ioduret of silver, varying, not only in thickness, but in t... ... by sunlight with difficulty. The exterior and most 49 sensitive film constitutes the surface of Daguerreotype plates. The changes which ... ...that even persons or animals may be taken in the act of walking. Hungarian Liquid.--This, I believe, has never been used here, or imported ... ...sts. 57 Hints and Suggestions. 39 History of Photography. 3 Hungarian Liquid. 69 Hygrometers. 55 Hyposulphite of Gold. 74 ... ...l rights. INDEMNITY You will indemnify and hold the Project, its directors,officers, members and agents harmless from all liability, co...

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History of Hungarian animation

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...day. Starting with short promotional cartoons prior to the two World Wars, Hungarian animation underwent a sporadic and halting development during the... ...ld's top talent. This exodus slowed dramatically during the 1950s when the Hungarian Communist Party took power and the Iron Curtain took shape. ... ...took shape. With Communism came nationalization of the Hungarian animation studio—a fact that was to prove a mixed blessing for th... ...tists to begin to express themselves such that by the late 1970s, Pannónia Film Stúdió would rank among the top 5 major cartoon studios alongside Walt... ... as compositioning and inking for foreign studios. Despite this, Hungarian films continue to be produced every few years. ... ...cut-out caricatures to the modern time. Although a few boldly experimental films were made in the early years, it would not be until the 1930s that ac... ... Actors Directors ... ... Actors Directors ...

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The World War and What Was Behind It

By: Louis P. Benezet

...illustrations from History Stories of Other Lands; also to the International Film Service, Inc., of New York City for the use of many valuable copyrig... ... Laplanders of the north, the Basques (Basks) of the Pyrenees Mountains, the Hungarians, the Gypsies, and the Turks. The descendants of the old Celtic... ...gary are Slavs, although the Austrians proper are a Germanic people, and the Hungarians do not belong to the Indo−European family at all. The Serbians... ... Slovaks and Poles at the foot of the Carpathian Mountains. There is a large Hungarian island in Transylvania also, entirely surrounded by Germans and... ...the popular military hero, he had little difficulty in overthrowing the five Directors of the French government and having himself elected “First Cons...

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Portable Film Festival

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...ocation Melbourne, Australia Number of films ... ... http://www.portable.tv The Portable Film Festival is an online channe... ...val is an online channel and film festival offering audiences the chance to download an entire curated international film and video program for free t... ...d the festival to explore the art of portable filmmaking and viewing. Apostola and Goodrich were already at the time directors of Portable, a digital ... ...e digital and real world experiences.[3] One of the films featured in the 2006 festival included Hungarian director's Geza M Geza ...

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Edison, His Life and Inventions

By: Frank Lewis Dyer, Thomas Commerford Martin

...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 ... ...r as an inventor; and there also Mr. Etienne Fodor, general manager of the Hungarian General Electric Company at Budapest, received his early training... ... 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...

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Jánošík (1921 film)

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...9 mil. crowns (Czechoslovakia) Jánošík is a Slovak black-and-white silent film from 1921. It relates the popular ... ...k-and-white silent film from 1921. It relates the popular legend of the highwayman Juraj Jánošík. It shows the filmmakers' experience with early Ameri... ...n camera work, in the use of parallel narratives, and in sequences inspired by Westerns. Jánošík placed Slovak filmmaking as the 10th national cinema ... ...ower amounts). The company's chief founder was its Secretary Samuel Fábry, a Chicago businessman. Its Board of Directors also included President Samue... ...s released on DVD in the PAL format, 4:3 aspect ratio, region-free ("Region 0"), with English, French, German, Hungarian, Polish, Russian, Slovak, and...

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Edison, His Life and Inventions

By: Frank Lewis Dyer

...de 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 oesophagu... ...ork 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 ... ...process 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 t... ...r as an inventor; and there also Mr. Etienne Fodor, general manager of the Hungarian General Electric Company at Budapest, received his early train... ...attention on the spot. As it was, not only Edison, but all the company's directors, officers, and employees, were kept busy exhibiting and explai... ...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 pl... ...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 reproduc...

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Casablanca (film)

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... Casablanca is a 1942 American romantic drama film directed by Michael Curtiz and based on Murray Burnett and Joan Alison... ...ett and Joan Alison's unproduced stage play Everybody Comes to Rick's. The film stars Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, and Paul Henreid; it features C... ...tory editor Irene Diamond convinced producer Hal B. Wallis to purchase the film rights to the play in January 1942. Brothers Julius and Philip G. Epst... ... Z. Sakall (credited as S. K. Sakall) as Carl, the waiter. He was a Jewish-Hungarian actor who fled Germany in 1939. His three sisters later died in a... ...ble, so Wallis turned to his close friend Michael Curtiz.[58] Curtiz was a Hungarian Jewish émigré; he had come to the U.S. in the 1920s, but some of ... ... ^ Sarris, Andrew (1968). The American Cinema: Directors and Directions 1929–1968 (New York: Dutton), p.176. ... ... ^ Yoram Allon, Hannah Patterson, Contemporary British & Irish Directors, Wallflower Press, 2001, p.332 ^ &...

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Edison, His Life and Inventions

By: Frank Lewis Dyer

...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... ...eer as an inventor; and there also Mr. Etienne Fodor, general manager of the Hungarian General Electric Company at Budapest, received his early traini... ...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...

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Atlantis (1913 film)

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...Atlantis is a 1913 Danish silent film directed by August Blom, the head of production at the Nordisk Film co... ...by Danish matinée actor Olaf Fønss and Austrian opera diva Ida Orloff. The film was the first Danish multi-reeled feature film. The story, which tells... ...Atlantis were not equaled by box office returns at that time. However, the film went on to become the most watched film for Nordisk Film and has been ... ...amount of equipment, Blom took the unusual step of employing two assistant directors for filming. The first was Robert Dinesen who later had his own s... ...th Nordisk Film in Denmark and Germany. The second assistant was the young Hungarian director Mihály Kertész, who under the name Michael Curtiz became... ...who under the name Michael Curtiz became one the most well-known Hollywood directors through films such as Casablanca and White Christmas. Curtiz also...

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Industrial Germany

By: Hermann Levy

... “improvements” which may have appeared very tempting to a body of zealous directors, but proved in fact to be quite out of proportion to the real dem... ...vidual efficiency and to point out the dangers of over organised bodies of directors not always in touch with the actual life of the industries in que... ...s, including oxalic and formic, pharmaceutical and photographic chemicals, films, film and tracing papers, artificial silk (viscose, acetate, cuprammo... ...in the manufacture of lamps or later on in the development of the speaking film or the radio; it has been subjected from the beginning to the necessit... ...inventions such as the Klangfilm Gesellschaft in the sphere of the talking film and Telefunken in that of radio, and in addition both groups are feder... ...reements of different character were reached between the German, Austrian, Hungarian, Swiss and Scandinavian makers. Out of these rose a much more imp... ...estern European States in 1927; there are agreements between the Austrian, Hungarian and Czechoslovakian steel plate works, which again have made an a... ...xisting within the Central European States, especially those of the Austro Hungarian succession States, may facilitate cartelisation, especially where... ... the Holding Company structure. As Dr Vögler, the chairman of the board of directors of the Stahlverein, expressly pointed out in his speech of 29 Nov...

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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 ( ... ...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, ... ... Hired Hand • Beware! The Blob 23 John Kemeny 87 Hungarian-Canadian Producer Iron Eagle II • Atlantic City • ...

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

By: Gabriela Appel

...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... ... Belarusian, Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian, Bulgarian, Czech, Georgian, Greek, Hungarian, Macedonian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Turk...

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Side by Side (film festival)

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... «Side by Side» Lesbian and Gay International Film Festival («Bok o... ...ian and Gay International Film Festival («Bok o Bok», Russian: Международный ЛГБТ-Кинофестиваль «Бок о Бок») is an international film festival that se... ... held almost every month, and since 2009 screenings have been conducted also in other regions in Russia. The film festival aims to... ...under the name of “Love Behind the Iron Curtain” presented vintage films shot in the countries from the former Eastern Bloc: the Hungarian film Anothe... ...visited by special guests: Swedish animator Lasse Persson, German actor Matthias Freihof, Israeli director Tomer Heymann, Danish directors Iben Haar A...

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Adventures and Letters

By: Richard Harding Davis

...4 and again when he went with Augustus Thomas to assist in the latter’s film version of the play which years before Thomas had made from the nov... ...scow Richard went direct to Buda Pest, where he wrote an article on the Hungarian Millennial. BUDA PEST CHAS: ... ... May 8th, 1896. I have just returned from the procession of the Hungarian Nobles. It was even more beautiful and more interesting than ... ...was worth more than the money-- The leader’s name is Berchey and the Hungarians have never allowed him to leave the country for 261 fea... ...ackmailer named H---- called, with photos of atrocities and letters and films. He wanted 30 Pounds for the lot. I gave him 3 Pounds for three ... ...year spent a month in Cuba, with Augustus Thomas, where they produced a film version of "Soldiers of Fortune." In referring to this trip, Thomas... ...l rights. INDEMNITY You will indemnify and hold the Project, its directors, officers, members and agents harmless from all liability, cos...

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List of film periodicals

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...Film periodicals combine discussion of individual films, genres and directors with in-depth considerations of the medium and ... ...Film periodicals combine discussion of individual films, genres and directors with in-depth considerations of the medium and the conditions of ... ...e conditions of its production and reception. Their articles contrast with film reviewing in newspapers and magazines which principally serve as a con... ... ISSN 0001-7361 Directors Guild of America (DGA) English ... ... Magazine American Film ISSN 0361-4751 ... ... ISSN 1083-5253 Directors Guild of America (DGA) English ... ... Magyar Filmintézet igazgátoja Hungarian Hungary ... ... Magazine Hungarian Cinema ISSN 0865-9214 ... ...st 1215-234X Hungarian National Film Archive English ...

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History of Friedrich II of Prussia

By: Thomas Carlyle

...clined to disobedience. He managed to get back Lorraine; made TRUCE with the Hungarians, who were excessively invasive at that time. Truce with the Hu... ...T'S or Canute's great− grand−father, Year 931);−−last of all, those invasive Hungarians as above. Had sent the Hungarians, when they demanded tribute ... ...OEsterreich, Eastern−Kingdom, EASTERNREY as we might say); to look after the Hungarians, and their valuable claims History of Friedrich II of Prussia... ...reserves, inquired of the CORPUS EVANGELICORUM, "If they thought the present Directorship (that of August the Physically Strong) a good one?" and "Whe... ... Prussia BOOK X. AT REINSBERG. 1736−1740. 470 abolished; compressed into a film of indiscriminate PEAT. Consider what that peat is made of, O celebr... ...−Geschichte, iii. 457, 458.] chief Manager a Ritter De la Touche; one of the Directors our fantastic Bielfeld, thus turned to practical value. A Compa... ...e; and was not a little displeased to hear of the bad behavior of one of the Directors of the Asiatic Company of Embden towards you, of which you were... ...st have been at least coherent, more or less; covered, held together by some film of scrubby vegetation; not blowing about in every wind as now! Kuner...

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Sam White (film producer)

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History of Friedrich II of Prussia

By: Thomas Carlyle

...ined to disobedience. He managed to get back Lorraine; made TRUCE with the Hungarians, who were excessively invasive at that time. Truce with the Hung... ...S or Canute's great- grand-father, Year 931);--last of all, those invasive Hungarians as above. Had sent the Hungarians, when they demanded tribute or... ...sterreich, Eastern-Kingdom, EASTERNREY as we might say); to look after the Hungarians, and their valuable claims to black-mail. "6. ANTWERP ('At-the-W... ...serves, inquired of the CORPUS EVANGELICORUM, "If they thought the present Directorship (that of August the Physically Strong) a good one?" and "Wheth... ...now, to Jordan and us, not withered only, but abolished; compressed into a film of indiscriminate PEAT. Consider what that peat is made of, O celebrat... ...eschichte, iii. 457, 458.] chief Manager a Ritter De la Touche; one of the Directors our fantastic Bielfeld, thus turned to practical value. A Company... ... and was not a little displeased to hear of the bad behavior of one of the Directors of the Asiatic Company of Embden towards you, of which you were f... ... have been at least coherent, more or less; covered, held together by some film of scrubby vegetation; not blowing about in every wind as now! Kunersd...

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The Black Cat (1934 film)

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...000[3] The Black Cat is a 1934 horror film that became Universal Pictures' biggest box office hit of the year. Th... ... to pair actors Béla Lugosi and Boris Karloff. Edgar G. Ulmer directed the film, which was also notable for being one of the first movies with an almo... ...ovies with an almost continuous music score. Lugosi also appears in a 1941 film with the same title. Content... ...y must share a train compartment with Dr. Vitus Werdegast (Béla Lugosi), a Hungarian psychiatrist. Eighteen years before, Werdegast went to war, never... ... In the early 2010s, Time Out conducted a poll with several authors, directors, actors and critics who have worked within the horror genre to vo...

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A General History for Colleges and High Schools

By: P. V. N. Myers

...e or less closely allied peoples of Eastern Asia; the Ottoman Turks, the Hungarians, the Finns, the Lapps, and the Basques, in Europe; and (by some... ...g the Pyrenees, and the Finns and Lapps, in the far north; [Footnote: The Hungarians and Turks are Turanian peoples that have thrust themselves into... ... and Central Asia and of Eastern Russia; (4) the Turks, the Magyars, or Hungarians, the Finns and Lapps, and the Basques, in Europe; (5) the Esq... ...ver has returned to its bed, and the fields, over which has been spread a film of rich earth, [Footnote: The rate of the fluviatile deposit is from ... ...d its sessions, and immediately afterwards the Councils and the Board of Directors provided for by the new constitution [Footnote: There were to be ... ...able powers that still persisted in their hostility to the republic. The Directors resolved to strike a decisive blow at the first of these implaca... ...conquerors, awaited him. NAPOLEON'S CAMPAIGN IN EGYPT (1798-1799).--The Directors had received Napoleon with apparent enthusiasm and affection; bu...

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The Secret (2006 film)

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... $65,617,104[2] The Secret is a 2006 film[3] produced by Prime Time Productions consisting of a series of interv... ...ract" the desired outcome. The censored version of the film and the subsequent publication of the book of the same name attracted ... ... Synopsis The Secret, described as a self-help film,[4][5] uses a documentary format to present the law of attraction. As ... ...eel of the film and book.[16][24][25] Byrne's company TS Production LLC, a Hungarian company, is responsible for marketing and distribution of the fil... ... on Nightline.[33] Betsy Chasse, one of the producers, directors, and screenwriters for What the Bleep Do We Know!? interviewed Pa...

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A General History for Colleges and High Schools

By: P. V. N. Myers

...e or less closely allied peoples of Eastern Asia; the Ottoman Turks, the Hungarians, the Finns, the Lapps, and the Basques, in Europe; and (by some... ...g the Pyrenees, and the Finns and Lapps, in the far north; [Footnote: The Hungarians and Turks are Turanian peoples that have thrust themselves into... ... and Central Asia and of Eastern Russia; (4) the Turks, the Magyars, or Hungarians, the Finns and Lapps, and the Basques, in Europe; (5) the Esq... ...ver has returned to its bed, and the fields, over which has been spread a film of rich earth, [Footnote: The rate of the fluviatile deposit is from ... ...d its sessions, and immediately afterwards the Councils and the Board of Directors provided for by the new constitution [Footnote: There were to be ... ...able powers that still persisted in their hostility to the republic. The Directors resolved to strike a decisive blow at the first of these implaca... ...conquerors, awaited him. NAPOLEON'S CAMPAIGN IN EGYPT (1798-1799).--The Directors had received Napoleon with apparent enthusiasm and affection; bu...

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War and Peace (film series)

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...War and Peace (, trans. Voyna i mir ) is a Soviet film adaptation of Leo Tolstoy 's novel War and Peace , released in fou... ...llion in 2011, accounting for ruble inflation – it was the most expensive film ever made in the Soviet Union. Upon its release, it became a success w... ...ntry. War and Peace also won the Grand Prix in the Moscow International Film Festival, the Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film and ... ... serve as a "counterstrike" to Vidor. During 1960, several leading Soviet directors proposed themselves to head the project, including Mikhail Romm ... ...hose career began only during the Thaw, represented a generation of young directors promoted by Nikita Khruschev 's Kremlin to replace the old filmm... ...and Prix at the 4th Moscow International Film Festival together with the Hungarian entry Twenty Hours . Ludmila Savelyeva was presented with an h...

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