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Aberdeen, South Dakota

, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints churches in the area, as well as one synagogue. Notable people thumb 130px Tom Daschle (File:Tom Daschle, official Senate photo.jpg) thumb 130px Gary Johnson (File:Garyjohnsonphoto - modified.jpg) *Bruce Baillie, experimental filmmaker and founding member of Canyon Cinema * Hamlin Garland, author of the ''Middle Border'' series. *L. Frank Baum, famous for his book ''The Wonderful Wizard of Oz'' *John Cacavas, Hollywood film score composer *Tom Daschle, former U.S. Senator and Senate majority leader *Justin Duchscherer, MLB (Major League Baseball) pitcher for the Oakland Athletics *Thomas Dunn (Thomas Dunn (musician)), conductor who contributed to early music revival *Terry Francona, Cleveland Indians manager (Manager (baseball)) *Matilda Joslyn Gage, suffragist (women's suffrage), Native American activist, abolitionist (Abolitionism in the United States), freethinker (Freethought), and author *Mary GrandPré, illustrator *Joseph Hansen (Joseph Hansen (writer)), American mystery writer *Charles N. Herreid, Governor of South Dakota *Josh Heupel, quarterback for the 2000 National Champion Oklahoma Sooners *Buel Hutchinson, lawyer and politician *David C. Jones (David Charles Jones), USAF (United States Air Force) General (General of the Air Force) and former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff *Roland Loomis, key figure in the Modern Primitive Movement (Social movement) *Kenneth J. Meier, political scientist, Texas A&M University *Julie Sommars, actress *Eddie Spears, actor *Rollie Fingers, Baseball HOF pitcher *Jerry Burke, Lawrence Welk Organist *Gary Johnson, 2012 Libertarian Party Presidential candidate Popular attractions *Wylie Park *Storybook Land theme park *Brown County Fair Held annually in August *Kuhnert Arboretum *Dacotah Prairie Museum *Thunder Road References


Anacortes, Washington

rock and folk musician. * Bobo (Bobo (gorilla)) – Western Lowland Gorilla brought to Anacortes in 1952 by Bill Lowman. Featured in Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo. * Phil Elverum – independent musician. * Harry Smith (Harry Everett Smith) - American music anthologist, experimental film maker * Donald Hume (Donald Hume (rower)) – Olympic rower, gold medalist at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. * Burl Ives – folk singer, author, and actor, well known for his role in the animated


Lund

) was a Swedish (Sweden) artist and filmmaker. Louise O'Konor, ''Viking Eggeling, 1880–1925, Artist and Filmmaker: Life and Work'', translated by Catherine G. Sundström and Anne Libby, Stockholm, Almqvist and Wiksell, 1971. His work is of significance in the area of experimental film, and has been described as absolute film and Visual Music. Elmqvist initially worked as a medical doctor (Physician) (having trained in Lund), but later worked as an engineer


Fargo, North Dakota

developed an interest in experimental film and attended the USC School of Cinematic Arts in the late 60s. On the strength of a couple of short films he was picked by John Dykstra to work as first cameraman at the embryonic Industrial Light & Magic on the production of the first of the ''Star Wars'' films for which he shared an Academy Award. Navteq also has smaller offices in Minneapolis St. Paul, New York, Atlanta, Washington (Washington, D.C.), Los


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of a video of skateboarding with music and interviewing of those who see skateboarding. The film is supported by GTH, one of the biggest film studio of Thailand and Thunksa Pansittivorakul, an acclaimed independent filmmaker. Weirdrosopher World was screened at Bangkok Experimental Film Festival and World Film Festival of Bangkok. After he graduated, he works as a movie stills photographer. He also continues on making his own films and sends them to film festivals around the world. Some of his selected filmography are, Bangkok Noise, Volatilize, and the latest film is Empire of Mind which won Duke Award from Thai Short Film and Video Festival 2009. He also serves as a movie stills photographer for Apichatpong Weerasethakul's Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives. In 2010, he established a project called 'Mobile Lab', in order to experiment, finding new theories, and change the way of human perception of visual and sound, searching for new ways of perception, Mobile Lab which won Arts Network Asia (ANA) ANA 2011 Awardees. Empire of mind(2009) Award - Special mention for Duke documentary competition : The 13th Thai Short Film & video Festival Thailand, 2009 Official Selection - Srisalaya by Thai Film Musiam Thailand, 2010 Bangkok Noise(2007) Official Selection - Asian Experimental Cinema,Curated by Tomonari Nishikawa, Tokyo, Japan, 2009 - Head or tail contemporary media and video works from Thailand, Palaas studio, Dublin, - Republic of Ireland, 2007 - Thaitake 3, Newyork, USA, 2007 Volatilize (2007) Official Selection - Souteast Asian Digital Cinema, Singapor 2007 - Bangkok University silent film festival 07, Bangkok, Thailand, 2007 - Fat Rama, 104.5 fat radio, Bangkok, Thailand, 2007 - Fuse camp, Bioscope magazine, Bangkok, Thailand, 2007 - Bioscope Theatre, Bioscope magazine, Bangkok, Thailand, 2007 - Shortfilm Festival 11, Thaifilm Foundation, Bangkok, Thailand, 2007 - Footage Party, Thaiindie, Curated by Thunska Phansitthivorakul, Bangkok, Thailand, 2007 Weirdrosopher World (2005) Official Selection - Doc Fest, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, 2007 - World Film Festival 4th, Grand, Bangkok, Thailand, 2006 - The 10th Thai Short Film & video Festival, Thaifilm Foundation, Thailand, 2006 - Digital Film Showcase, Bangkok, Thailand, 2006 - the 4th Bangkok Experimental Film Festival (BEFF4: BKK Democrazy), Thailand, 2005 :20px (Image:Symbol declined.svg) '''Declined'''. This request is not a redirect. See the instructions at WP:AFC on how to submit an article. mabdul (User talk:Mabdul) 14:07, 10 July 2011 (UTC)


Toledo, Ohio

it is known as Springfield High School. The students it serves come from Holland, Sylvania Township, Maumee, Spencer Township, Toledo (Toledo, Ohio), and most of Springfield Township. '''Gregory J. Markopoulos''' (March 12, 1928 - November 12, 1992) was a Greek-American experimental filmmaker. Born in Toledo, Ohio to Greek immigrant parents, Markopoulos began making 8 mm films at an early age. He attended USC Film


Turin

meters and spans five floors. The themes of the floors are the archaeology of cinema, the video camera, a collection of cinema posters, video installations (including a number of small rooms screening clips on themes such as Turin in the movies, love stories and experimental film), and The Great Temple (where you recline in comfortable red chairs and watch classic Italian films projected on giant screens overhead). In a spectacular setting the museum offers artifacts from the collection of the Maria Adrianna Prolo Foundation including magic lanterns, optical illusions, photographs, drawings, models and other curious items. Amongst a fascinating array of other movie memorabilia, be sure to check out the original cape worn by Christopher Reeve in Superman. If you're a certain age, that's incredibly exciting! If you plan to visit both the museum and the tower, the combined ticket costs €14. * WikiPedia:Turin Dmoz:Regional Europe Italy Regions Piedmont Localities Turin Commons:Category:Turin


Bristol

, this small non-profit making co-operative venue is housed in a beautifully shabby 1960's theatre. It's run entirely by volunteers and specialises in experimental film, music and performance. A unique experience. * Commons:Category:Bristol Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Bristol Wikipedia:Bristol


Prague

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Toronto

Miramax and New Line, as well as the institutionalized experimental film canonized at major museums. This spirit defined the early years of underground film festivals (like the New York Underground Film Festival, Chicago Underground Film Festival, Melbourne Underground Film Festival, Sydney Underground Film Festival, Hamilton Underground Film Festival, Toronto's Images Festival, and others), zines like Film Threat, as well as the works of filmmakers like Craig Baldwin, Jon Moritsugu, Carlos Atanes, Sarah Jacobson, Johnny Terris and Bruce La Bruce. In London the Underground resurgence emerged as a movement of Underground cinema clubs which included the radical open access group the Exploding Cinema. The tournament was held four times from 1985 to 1989 in Toronto, Canada, at a time when Canadian snooker was at its peak. The 1989 tournament was a ranking tournament (snooker world rankings). Jimmy White won, beating Steve Davis 9–4 to win £40,000. birth_date Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto


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