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Huntsville, Ontario

Festival of the Arts recently provided a seed grant which enabled a book of poetry entitled ''Fringe Festival Poetry, Poems from the Poetry Cafe'', edited by June Salmon and Marta Mirecki-de Roode. Other arts activities include the annual Muskoka Novel Marathon, started by Canadian authors Martin Avery and Mel Malton in 2001; the Film North - Huntsville International Film Festival which had its inaugural year in 2010, and most recently Nuit Blanche North, produced by the Huntsville Festival

. - Film North - Huntsville International Film Festival (HIFF) 2010 Huntsville (Huntsville, Ontario) Ontario Film North, Huntsville International Film Festival, excellent festival in a remote location. Our mandate is to create a user - friendly environment for emerging Canadian and International Filmmakers to exhibit, promote, entertain and inform the audience. filmnorth.net - '''Huntsville Water Aerodrome''', , is located


Galiano Island

feature documentary, ''A Cow at My Table'' (1998), explores contemporary Western attitudes to livestock and meat production. More recently, she served as co-director and editor of the widely acclaimed documentary, ''The Corporation (The Corporation (film))'' (2003), which critically examines large corporations in the modern world. That film won numerous international film awards, including a Genie (Genie Award) for best documentary, an audience award from the Sundance Film Festival

, and a Top Ten Films of the Year designation from the Toronto International Film Festival. Her previous work includes the experimental short (short film) ''Skinned'', and as editor for ''Two Brides and a Scalpel: Diary of a Lesbian Marriage'' (1999). She is also the editor of the book ''Making Video 'In': The Contested Ground of Alternative Video on the West Coast''. She has taught at the Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design in Vancouver. She lives on Galiano


Marbella

-internacional-de-opera-de-marbella.html archivedate 3 August 2012 date 30 July 2012 the Marbella Reggae Festival in July, and the Marbella International Film

Festival in June at different locations around the city—amongst them the beach, aboard a boat or in Old Town. It also hosts the Marbella International Film Festival,

: www.euroweeklynews.com news costa-del-sol item 109408-curtain-set-to-rise-on-marbella-international-film-festival publisher Euro Weekly News accessdate 16 April 2013 archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20121110043021 http: www.euroweeklynews.com news costa-del-sol item 109408-curtain-set-to-rise-on-marbella-international-film-festival archivedate 10 November 2012 date 27 September 2012 the Spanish Film Festival and the Festival of Independent Theatre. To provide venues


Waikiki

group has added elements of its own culture. Today, contemporary culture in Hawaii is a mix of these different cultures and ethnic groups. The '''Hawaii International Film Festival''' (HIFF) is a film festival held in the U.S. (United States) state of Hawaii. It was started in 1981 by Jeannette Paulson Hereniko and has been held annually in the fall for two weeks. It also features two smaller festivals, a one

week festival in the Spring known as the "Spring Showcase" or the "Spring Fling" and a three day Korean Film Festival in August called "K-Fest." HIFF is the premier international film event in the Pacific and has won the praise of governments, filmmakers, scholars, educators, programmers and film industry leaders throughout the world. For the discovery and exhibition of Asian and Pacific features, documentaries and short films in the nation, it is a primary

source. The festival has premiered such movies as Once Were Warriors, The Piano, Shine (Shine (film)), Shall We Dance (Shall We Dance? (2004 film)), Y Tu Mama Tambien and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. http: www.hawaiireporter.com story.aspx?f943c058-5936-47dc-ab5c-91df436a68fb The Hawaii International Film Festival is the only film festival that screens films across an entire state, with screenings in Honolulu, Waikiki, and Kaneohe


San Miguel de Allende

, Brazil along with the Guadalajara International Film Festival in Guadalajara (Guadalajara, Jalisco), Mexico are considered to be the most important film festivals of Latin America. It was first held in 1973, awarding Latin American films. The Huelva Ibero-American Film Festival has been held since 1975 in that Spanish city. While the Expresión en Corto International Film Festival is the largest competitive film festival in Mexico, specializing in emerging talents, and is held each year during the last week of July in the two colonial cities of San Miguel de Allende and Guanajuato. Among Spanish speaking countries the Dominican International Film Festival is held annually in Puerto Plata, DR, the Valdivia International Film Festival is held annually in the city of Valdivia (Valdivia, Chile). It is arguable the most important film festival in Chile. Wikipedia:San Miguel de Allende Dmoz:Regional North_America Mexico States Guanajuato Localities San_Miguel_de_Allende Commons:Category:San Miguel de Allende


Jeonju

;#93; (전주한옥마을 슬로시티]) . Visitkorea.or.kr. Retrieved on 2013-07-12. *The Jeonju International Sori Festival is among Songlines' 25 Best International Festivals in 2014. *The Jeonju International Film Festival draws about 50,000 visitors annually. *Jeonju is the hometown of the breakdancing crew Last for One, international Battle of the Year champion. People and everyday life Education is a major industry in the city, but it does not have

local city busses. Attractions * Jeonju International Film Festival - usually runs from end of April to May for one week annually.


Tiburon, California

;TIFF" ''Private Snuffy'' premeired on April 12, 2011, at the Tiburon International Film Festival in Tiburon, California, and late won the 'Best Animation Award' at the 2011 Cinefest in Sudbury, Ontario. From 8 June 1945 to 26 November, ''Etlah'' sailed out of San Pedro, CA (San Pedro, Los Angeles, California), repairing and maintaining antisubmarine nets, and conducting salvage operations in the 11th Naval District. She then served at the Net Depot, Tiburon, CA (Tiburon, California), testing experimental equipment and giving salvage service in the Oakland Estuary. Following World War II. In the spring and summer of 1946, ''Etlah'' performed a miscellany of service to Joint Task Force 1, conducting atomic weapons (Nuclear weapon) tests at Bikini Atoll in "Operation Crossroads". The net tender was overhauled at Bremerton, WA (Bremerton, Washington) that fall, and on 14 March 1947 was placed out of commission in reserve at Astoria, OR (Astoria, Oregon). district Marin County (Marin County, California) municipality Mill Valley (Mill Valley, California), Tiburon (Tiburon, California), Belvedere (Belvedere, California), Sausalito (Sausalito, California) thumb right Lyford House built 1876 (Image:Lyforderazorback.jpg) Through the latter 19th century and early 20th century, the land fronting on Richardson Bay was extensively subdivided into public and private ownership encompassing hundreds of parcels. The cities of Tiburon (Tiburon, California), Mill Valley (Mill Valley, California), Belvedere (Belvedere, California) and Sausalito (Sausalito, California) have enacted strong shoreline development policies to protect the perimeter of Richardson Bay, even though considerable development has occurred. The Audubon Society manages the whole Richardson Bay Sanctuary subject to governance by the Joint Powers Agency of the four peripheral cities. Filming ''Mother'' was filmed on location in and around the Sausalito, Greenbrae, and Tiburon (Tiburon, California) areas, with additional shooting in San Francisco. *** The City and County of San Francisco (San Francisco, California) has an exclave on Alameda Island, across San Francisco Bay and adjoining Alameda County (Alameda County, California). The exclave came into being as land on the border between the two counties was reclaimed from the Bay to build the Naval Air Station Alameda, now decommissioned. This small piece of open space cannot be reached from San Francisco (except by boat) without passing through Oakland (Oakland, California) and Alameda (Alameda, California). *** Also in San Francisco Bay, there is a small (5.37 acres) piece of land on the eastern end of Angel Island (Angel Island, California) that belongs to the City and County of San Francisco. The rest (99.3%) of Angel Island lies in the town of Tiburon (Tiburon, California), which is in Marin County (Marin County, California). *** The port community of San Pedro (San Pedro, Los Angeles, California) is part of the city of Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California) but is connected to the rest of the city only by a narrow strip of land known as the Harbor Gateway (Harbor Gateway, Los Angeles, California), four city blocks wide and several miles long.


San Sebastián

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Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture

Christian Dior advertisements featuring Stone's image were dropped from all ads in China amid the public uproar. Stone was struck from the 2008 Shanghai International Film Festival guest list, and the event's organizers


Greater Sudbury

: www.cinefest.com about-cinefest title Cinefest Sudbury International Film Festival Official Site accessdate August 30, 2012 Sudbury also has numerous community theatre companies throughout the city, including its first and only for-charity theatre company, UP Theatre. Sudbury's culture is influenced by the large Franco-Ontarian community consisting

, 2012. Development of an active film and television production industry in Northern Ontario was initially undertaken by Cinéfest (Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival), the city's annual film festival, in the early 1990s, and is currently overseen by Music and Film in Motion, a non-profit organization based in Sudbury. "Landry leaving Music and Film in Motion". ''Sudbury Star'', April 20, 2011

. Projects filmed in the city have included the films ''Roadkill (Roadkill (1989 film))'', ''Roadkill'' at the Toronto International Film Festival's Canadian Film Encyclopedia ''Shania: A Life in Eight Albums'', "CBC to premiere “Shania: A Life in Eight Albums”". ''Bay Today'', November 2


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