the Yallasung Film Group as a student of Fine Arts at Seoul National University. Upon graduation, he founded and led the Seoul Film Group which was dedicated to renewing Korean film culture and closely tied to the student protest movement. The Seoul Film Group was a significant part of the independent film movement and a strong voice speaking out against the military dictatorship. Park studied film at the ESEC film school in Paris, then returned to Korea to work as an assistant director to Lee Chang-Ho. He made his own first feature in 1988 (1988 in film), and in 1993 (1993 in film) became the first Korean filmmaker to found his own production company. '''Yangyang International Airport'''
New York '' (1981), and was shot on a reported budget of $1 million. Boulenger, pp. 115 Although this was essentially a low budget independent film, Carpenter chose to shoot the movie in the anamorphic 2.35:1 format, which gave the film a grander look so it did not seem like a low budget horror film. The picture was filmed from April 1979 to May 1979 at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, California (Hollywood) (interior scenes) and on location at Point Reyes, California
date January 2011 the show featured the Wertz Candy Shop. TV.com episode recap In 2010, an independent film drama ''Lebanon, PA (Lebanon, PA (film))'' was made. While the movie was set in Lebanon, all filming was done in other parts of Pennsylvania. Lebanon, Pennsylvania, is named after the ancient Middle East ern nation of Lebanon
University of Regina year 2006 url http: esask.uregina.ca entry grenfell.html accessdate 2009-05-18 as was Lorne MacPherson, the Canadian entertainment lawyer, founder of the Alberta Motion Picture Development Corporation and independent film producer. "Billington Award to Lorne MacPherson," MediaMag.ca
History url http: www.oregoncabaret.com history.html publisher Oregon Cabaret Theatre accessdate December 23, 2013 Opened in 1986, the dinner theater occupies a former First Baptist Church built in Mission Revival (Mission Revival architecture) style. Davidson, p. 25 The Ashland Independent Film Festival, which shows international and domestic films of almost every genre, takes place each April in the Varsity Theatre downtown. About 80 films are shown
during the five days of the festival. In 2009, Ashland was the setting for the movie version (Coraline (film)) of Neil Gaiman's ''Coraline''.
. The 2012 film Sightseers is partly set in Redditch. Tina's mother's house is in Redditch; many Internet sources describe Chris and Tina as "a Redditch couple" Redditch is featured in a section heading in ''An Utterly Impartial History of Britain'' by John O'Farrell
defenseman (New Jersey Devils, Detroit Red Wings) *Doug Ross (Doug Ross (ice hockey)) - college ice hockey coach *Soony Saad - soccer player *Scott Sanderson (Scott Sanderson (baseball)) - All-Star Major League Baseball pitcher who pitched in 19 Major League seasons for seven different teams *Suzanne Sena - Host of Independent Film Channel program Onion News Network and former Fox News anchor *Windy & Carl Free speech controversy Four members
at Procter & Gamble, which coincidentally was a sponsor of one of the tasks. Jarosz wrote, produced, directed, and edited the 2000 film ''Trick... or Treat?'', which won the Best Short Drama award at the New York International Independent Film & Video Festival. Early life Rajskub was born in Trenton, Michigan and raised in Dearborn, Michigan. Her father is a pipefitter of Czech (Czechs) descent and her mother worked
'', ''License to Drive'', ''Dream a Little Dream'', ''Gremlins'' and ''Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990 film))''. Feldman is also the lead singer for the rock band Truth Movement. Filmography Several Hollywood feature films and notable independent films have used locations in Bastrop County. * '''Phineas Sharp''' (voiced by the late Jonathan Harris) - Appearing in the episode "In Like Blunt". Phineas Sharp is a vulture
Cole (choreographer) Jack Cole , becoming his dance partner and assistant from 1946–48. Born in Los Angeles, California, she started her Hollywood career as a 'patcher', editing films by D. W. Griffith (David Wark Griffith), around 1915. Later she worked for Louis B. Mayer when he was an independent film producer. She made a successful transition to Hollywood, appearing in ''Personal Affair'' (1953) starring Gene Tierney and in ''The Court Jester'' (1956
April 2011 Buscemi has starred and supported in successful Hollywood and indie (independent film) films including ''New York Stories'', ''Mystery Train (Mystery Train (film))'', ''Reservoir Dogs'', ''Pulp Fiction'', ''Desperado (Desperado (film))'', ''Con Air'', ''Armageddon (Armageddon (1998 film))'', ''The Grey Zone'', ''Ghost World (Ghost World (film))'' and ''Big Fish''; and the HBO television series ''The Sopranos''. He is also known
, at the Canadian National Exhibition, made an independent film with a classmate and acted in summerstock theatre. "Former Saturday Night at the Movies host Elwy Yost dies", ''Globe and Mail'', July 22, 2011 In 1951, he was working in the circulation department of the ''Toronto Star'' where he met his future wife, Lila Melby. He also worked in the Avro Canada personnel department from 1953 until 1959 when he and most of the staff were laid off due to the cancellation of the Avro Arrow project. He then worked as an English and History teacher at Burnhamthorpe Collegiate in Etobicoke, Ontario. "Elwy Yost, longtime TV host, dies at 86", ''CBC News'', July 22, 2011 birth_date cityofbirth Etobicoke, Ontario countryofbirth Canada Club career Aristodemo was drafted by the Toronto Lynx out of Tulsa University in 2001. In his first season with the Lynx he played 26 games and scored one goal and had three assists. At the end of the season he was awarded A-League Rookie of the year Toronto's Aristodemo named A-League Rookie of the Year as well as Team MVP in his first season. In 2002 he led the A-League in minutes played. In 2004 the Etobicoke native requested a transfer and signed with the Seattle Sounders (Seattle Sounders (USL)) where he only played eight games before being released. In 2005 Aristodemo returned to Toronto, where he again missed out on the playoffs. Currently he is ranked second in the All-Time assists leaders for the Lynx with 14. In 2006 he helped the Lynx to a team-record 10-game undefeated streak at home. Aristodemo also helped the Lynx reach the final of the Open Canada Cup which they lost 2-0 against Ottawa St. Anthony Italia. On August 20 prior to the match against Rochester Rhinos he was honoured for reaching a career milestone of playing his 100th game for the Lynx. ARISTODEMO AND DIPLACIDO TO BE HONOURED DATE OF BIRTH 1977-05-20 PLACE OF BIRTH Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada DATE OF DEATH The '''Etobicoke Kangaroos''' are an amateur Australian Football club based in Etobicoke, Canada. They are members of the Ontario Australian Football League. - Etobicoke Kangaroos Etobicoke Ontario 2003 Official Site - '''Markland Wood''' is a residential neighbourhood located in Etobicoke, in the City of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is bounded by Etobicoke Creek to the west, Elmcrest Creek to the east and surrounded by the Markland Wood Country Club. Markland Wood is the western-most residential community in Toronto along Bloor Street West, which cuts Markland Wood into approximately 1 3 to the south and 2 3 to the north. Markland Wood is part of the Etobicoke Centre riding for federal and provincial governments and Ward 3 for the municipal council (Toronto City Council).
) is an archaeological site on the Giza Plateau, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt. This complex of ancient monuments includes the three pyramid complexes known as the Great Pyramids, the massive sculpture known as the Great Sphinx, several cemeteries, a workers' village and an industrial complex. It is located some 9 km (5 mi) inland into the desert from the old town of Giza on the Nile, some 25 km (15 mi) southwest of Cairo city centre. The pyramids, which have always loomed large as emblems of ancient Egypt in the Western imagination, Pedro Tafur, ''Andanças e viajes''. Medieval visitors, like the Spanish traveller Pedro Tafur in 1436, viewed them however as "the Granaries of Joseph" (Pedro Tafur, ''Andanças e viajes''). were popularised in Hellenistic (Hellenistic civilization) times, when the Great Pyramid was listed by Antipater of Sidon as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It is by far the oldest of the ancient Wonders and the only one still in existence. Workers' village The work of quarrying, moving, setting, and sculpting the huge amount of stone used to build the pyramids might have been accomplished by several thousand skilled workers, unskilled laborers and supporting workers. Bakers, carpenters, water carriers, and others were also needed for the project. Along with the methods utilized to construct the pyramids, there is also wide speculation regarding the exact number of workers needed for a building project of this magnitude. When Greek historian Herodotus visited Giza in 450 BC, he was told by Egyptian priests that "the Great Pyramid (Great Pyramid of Giza) had taken 400,000 men 20 years to build, working