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Nizhny Tagil

industrial engineer , constructor of the first Russian locomotive *Felix Lembersky, painter *Valeri Ogorodnikov, film director, Prize "Silver Leopard" at Locarno International Film Festival and State Price of Russian Federation for the film "Barrack", Price of FIPRESCI for the film "Burglar" at Venice Film Festival *Bulat Okudzhava, poet and chansonnier *Igor Radulov, hockey player, winger currently playing for Салават Юлаев ( Salavat Yulaev Ufa


Festival in Ljubljana, where they were announced as "the new hopes". The band spent the summer performing in Cavtat and preparing songs for their first album. The band soon released their third single (also produced by Borota but recorded at Jugoton's Zagreb "Jadran film" 4 track studio facility) with songs "Da sam pekar" (''"If I Was a Baker"'') and "Selma" (with lyrics written by poet Vlado Dijak). This single saw huge success


of the Reichsarbeitsdienst before finally being conscripted into the Navy (Kriegsmarine). He was captured by the British in early 1945 and held as a POW (Prisoner of war). Goals of the Nazi film policy Goebbels, who appointed himself "Patron of the German film", assumed, accurately, that a national cinema which was entertaining and put glamour on the government would be a more effective propaganda instrument than a national cinema in which


the Woodbury University in Burbank, California. In 1976, he entered cinema by assisting Massoud Kimiayee in Ghazal. In 1976, he founded a movie distributing company in U.S., and he was the vice-president of IRIB2, distributing manager of "Tel film". He was also the chairman of IRIB in America and the vice-president of "free film making" (Kargah Aazaad Filmsazi) studio; he has also founded "7th art" studio. During 2009 Iranian movement, his siding with non

San Anselmo, California

director George Lucas, bought an old Victorian in San Anselmo with some of the proceeds from his film, "American Graffiti," a house which his then-wife Marcia Lucas named "Parkhouse." Biskin, Peter, ''Easy Riders Raging Bulls'', Simon & Schuster, 1998, p. 557. Lucas worked on his "Star Wars" script for two and a half years, writing much of it at the back of his San Anselmo house in a room he shared with a gaudy Wurlitzer


interest to anyone interested in paganism—Udmurtia is one of Europe's last remaining strongholds of organized shamanism, despite its active repression under the Tsarist and Soviet governments. Travelers interested in Udmurtia's native religion should try to seek out a recent Udmurt film, "Shadow of Alangasar." Shamanist structures and sites persist to this day in isolated villages throughout the region. Perhaps top on anyone's list of things to do in Udmurtia is to see the Udmurt national folk theater and dance company Italmas. Talk The Udmurt (Udmurt phrasebook) language shares official status with Russian (Russian phrasebook), but you can expect that anyone you meet will be at least bilingual in Russian. Udmurt is a Finno-Ugric language closely related to Komi (Komi Republic). Get in Flights arrive in Izhevsk from Moscow, Saint Petersburg, and Yekaterinburg. The flight from Moscow takes about 2 hours. Trains run to Izhevsk from Moscow (daily, 18 hours), Saint Petersburg (~31 hours), Yekaterinburg (11 hours), Kazan (6 hours), and Perm (10 hours). Glazov is a stop on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Get around See Itineraries Do Udmurtia would make an interesting destination (to say the least) for hunting, fishing, horseback riding, and hiking. Eat There are a few restaurants in Izhevsk where you can sample Udmurt cuisine, but outside of those, it should not be too hard to find some Udmurt pies (perepechi). Drink Try the Udmurt national drink, Kumiska. Stay safe Go next The next stops on the Trans-Siberian Railway are Zuevka, Kirov Oblast to the west and Perm to the east. commons:category:Udmurtia wikipedia:Udmurtia


festival . Two sporting events are also routinely described as the "Cheltenham Festival" or ""the Festival": the Cheltenham Cricket Festival, which features Gloucestershire County Cricket Club, and National Hunt racing's Cheltenham Festival. ;Film and television Cheltenham has played host to and featured in a number of film and TV series:

Locations used for Cinema & TV publisher date 2014-01-30 accessdate 2014-02-04 * '' Butterflies (TV series) Butterflies '' was predominantly filmed in Cheltenham. * "If...." (1968) was filmed in Cheltenham. ref name "

;Film" * The Whistle Blower, a spy thriller, was largely filmed in Cheltenham, as GCHQ is central to the plot. * The Full Monteverdi, a 2007 British film written and directed by John La Bouchardière, was partly filmed in Cheltenham. * The House of Eliott, a British television series produced

Watts, Los Angeles

California areas, is referenced in “California Love” by 2Pac (Tupac Shakur) featuring Dr. Dre & Roger Troutman and "Creep N Crawl" by Eazy E. *In the motion picture The Big Lebowski, one of the story plots involves the embezzlement of a million dollars from a foundation that ensures a college education for youngsters from Watts, so-called Little Lebowski Urban Achievers. The critically acclaimed film "Down For Life" also took place in Watts. Notable people *NFL Cornerback Richard Sherman (Richard Sherman (American football)) http: 2014 04 02 richard-sherman-desean-jackson *NBA Small Forward Tony Snell (Tony Snell (basketball)) was born in Watts. *R&B singer and actor Tyrese Gibson (born 1978) was raised in Watts. In 2000, he chartered a foundation to build a community center in Watts. *'''R Line''' - Hancock Park to East Los Angeles (East Los Angeles, California); by way of 3rd Street, Vermont Avenue, 7th Street, Boyle Avenue, and Whittier Boulevard. *'''S Line''' - Watts (Watts, Los Angeles) to East Hollywood; by way of Central Avenue, Florence Avenue, Avalon Boulevard, Vernon Avenue, Vermont Street, 3rd Street, and Western Avenue (Western Avenue (Los Angeles)). *'''U Line''' - Nevin to West Adams; by way of Central Avenue, Jefferson Boulevard, Vermont Street, and 27th Street. Elaboration David LaChapelle opens ''Rize'' with a disclaimer that reads, "The footage in this film has not been sped up in any way." This is a necessary thing to note because the general movements and rapid body contortions that are characteristic of krump dance are done with such speed and intensity that they have been described as mind boggling at the least. LaChapelle then proceeds to open the film with footage of the Watts Riots that happened in the Watts (Watts, Los Angeles) neighborhood of Los Angeles, California in 1965. This upheaval was in response to oppressive acts done by white police officers onto a black motorist by the name of Marquette Frye in August of that year. This incident unleashed a long-brewing hatred and anger over the black oppression in America, which erupted into full-blown riots throughout South Central (South Los Angeles). The riots lasted a total of five days and at the cost of 34 lives and 40 billion dollars in property damage. Since then, other conflicts and feuds were started between many of the remaining sets of the Crips gang. It is a popular misconception that Crips sets feud only with Bloods. In reality, they fight each other — for example, the Rollin' 60s and 83rd Street Gangster Crips have been rivals since 1979. In Watts, Los Angeles, the Grape Street Watts Crips and the P Jay Crips have feuded so much that the P Jay Crips even teamed up with the local Bloods set, the Bounty Hunter Bloods, to fight against the Grape Street Crips. War and Peace in Watts (2005-07-14) ''LA Weekly''. Retrieved 2007-05-04.

Swift Current

Museum.JPG thumb right Swift Current Museum The city is home to the Swift Current Museum, the Art Gallery of Swift Current, the Lyric Theatre and the Swift Current Library. The city is also host to the Windscape Kite Festival, which is the largest festival of its kind in Western Canada. A group of local talent started up a movie company called Dead Prairies and their first feature-length film "Zombageddon" was filmed in Swift Current. Zombageddon's premiere took place at the Living Sky

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