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Tomasz (Tomek) Baginski
Bio: Tomasz (Tomek) Bagiński was born on Jan 10, 1976 in Białystok. Draughtsman, animator, director. Self-educated as an artist, being a fourth year student of architecture, he decided to quit his studies for filmmaking. The computer is his primary tool. The work on his “Katedra” took almost three years. The film won a number of prestigious awards at computer animation and traditional animation festivals worldwide. It was nominated for an Oscar in the category of short animated film. For his next short, “Fallen Art”, Bagiński received a BAFTA Award for Best Short Animation and Grand Prix for Digital Shorts at Golden Horse Film Festival 2005. His newest film is “Kinematograf”.
Quote: While you are doing concept art you can take risks because you don’t have anything to lose yet. You haven’t started working on the really huge scenes, you can free your imagination and the mistakes don’t cost much. You can experiment freely and test a few scenes in one evening. All of this becomes impossible at a later stage.
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Awaara and Awara are the same film.
The Star Chamber
The Mean Season
Bring It On Again
And one must be impressed with all the actors who got behind the camera and directed some scenes on teh film
Return of the Chinese Boxer
the kung fu zombies!!!
Born as Erika Kluge in Würzburg, she met Werner Schroeter in 1968 and began to participate in his first 8mm films as actress and assistant director. Apart from her work with Schroeter, in 1972, she joined the company of Bochum’s Schauspielhaus under the direction of Peter Zadek; she also starred in other films such as Ulrike Ottinger’s FREAK ORLANDO. Not only did she design some of the stage sets and costumes for Schroeter’s theater work, she also applied her talents as an artistic painter. She died less than three weeks after the shooting for THE KING OF ROSES which is dedicated to her. — THE FASSBINDER FOUNDATION
So, seven pics submitted and one used and six still blank? If you all can find better ones for Joyride or Mean Season have at it
Bio: Concerned with the human condition and committed to addressing social issues with his photography, Jack Delano was well matched to the Farm Security Administration. The FSA was established in 1935 as part of Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal programs and given the mission to support small farmers and restore land and communities damaged by the Depression. The photographers employed under the FSA (which also included Charlotte Brooks, Esther Bubley, Marjory Collins, Walker Evans, Dorothea Lange, Russell Lee, Carl Mydans, Gordon Parks, Arthur Rothstein, Ben Shahn, John Vachon, and Mary Post Wolcott) produced images that greatly impacted how both policy-makers and the general public understood the Depression.
Roy Stryker hired Delano as an FSA photographer in 1940, and Delano soon became known for his strong compositions and sensitivity to his subjects. Like other FSA photographers, Delano traveled throughout the United States documenting American culture and people while also completing specific assignments (one of his most famous involved the country’s train system). Other photographers working for the FSA include Walker Evans, Dorothea Lange, and Gordon Parks. In 1943 FSA was eliminated as “budget waste” and subsumed into the Office of War Information (OWI).He travelled to Puerto Rico in 1941 as a part of the FSA project. This trip had such a profound influence on him that he settled there permanently in 1946.
With his wife Irene (a second cousin to fellow photographer Ben Shahn) he worked in the Community Division of the Department of Public Education producing films, for many of which Delano composed the score.4 Delano also directed Los Peloteros, a Puerto Rican film about poor rural kids and their love for baseball. The film remains a classic in Puerto Rican cinema.
Jack Delano’s musical compositions included works of every type: orchestral (many composed for the Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra), ballets (composed for Ballet Infantil de Gilda Navarra and Ballets de San Juan), chamber, choral (including a commission for Coro de Niños de San Juan) and solo vocal. His vocal music often showcases Puerto Rican poetry, especially the words of friend and collaborator Tomás Blanco. Blanco, Délano and his wife Irene collaborated on children’s books. The most prominent of these remains a classic in Puerto Rican literature: The Child’s Gift: A Twelfth Night Tale by Tomás Blanco, with illustrations by Irene Délano and incidental music (written on the margins) by Jack Délano.
His score for the film “Desde las nubes” demonstrates an early use of electronic techniques. Most of his works composed after he moved to Puerto Rico are notable for using folk material in a classical form. Jack Delano died in Puerto Rico in 1997.
Jack Delano was born Jack Ovcharov in Kiev, Ukraine on August 1, 1914. He emigrated to Philadelphia with his family in 1923. In 1932 he began his study of drawing and painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and in 1936 first took up photography during study in Europe. Delano was the recipient of a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship in 1946, and his work has been exhibited at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC; El Museo del Barrio, New York; and En Foco Gallery, Bronx, New York, among many other institutions. -—- Museum of contemporary photography, wikipedia
Quote: I was interested in people not only as images, but also as human beings. In stories that they would tell me or interviews I had with them. It seemed to be it was an important part of what I was trying to communicate.——-Far from Main Street
Bio: Morales was born in Lajas, Puerto Rico. He started acting in radio and theater when he was only 14 years old. He started in television at its inception in 1954 working as an actor, writer and director. Some of his works have been: Desafiando a los Genios, Esto no tiene Nombre, La Tiendita de la Esquina, among many others.
During this time, he also started working with the political satire and comedy group Los Rayos Gamma, together with journalist Eddie López. The group still performs at theaters occasionally, and in the 80s and 90s had several shows on TV. In theatre, he has starred in over 30 plays, and he has written and directed five.
In the 1970s, he had the opportunity to work in Hollywood productions like Woody Allen’s Bananas and Up the Sandbox with Barbra Streisand.
His first directing work was the film Dios los cría in 1980. The film was an important event in the Puerto Rican film history and received several awards. It was also selected as one of the 25 most significant films of Latin America. He followed it with Nicolás y los demás in which he also had the starring role. For this performance he received the Best Actor Award at the Cartagena de Indias Festival in Colombia, 1986.
His third film, Lo que le Pasó a Santiago, was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1990. In 1994, he followed it with Linda Sara which starred singer Chayanne and former Miss Universe Dayanara Torres. The film received the Award for Best Artistic Contribution at the Latin American Film Festival from Trieste, Italy; the People’s Choice Award at the Mar del Plata Festival in Argentina; and the Best Script and Best Music Award at the Latin American Film Festival in New York.
In 2004, Morales directed the sequel to his first film, Dios los cría II, which was exhibited through WIPR-TV in Puerto Rico. In 2007, Angel, his latest full-length feature film was released to much critical praise. It was considered for submission for the 80th Academy Awards but it lost to Maldeamores in a voting of the Puerto Rico Film Corporation.—— wiki
Additions to Angelito Mio
PROD: Nannette Rosa-Collazo
SCR:Milton Graña, Enrique Pineda Barnet, Jorge Rojas Buscaglia
DP: Milton E. Graña Mena
ED: Jorge Abello
MUSIC: Pedro Rivera Toledo
Additions to Heroes de Otra Patria
PROD: Ivan Gonzalo Ortiz
SCR: Iván Dariel Ortiz
DP: Jaime Costas
ED: Raúl Marchand Sánchez
Additions to Cayo
PROD: Pedro Muñiz
SCR: Ineabelle Colón, Pedro Muñiz
DP: Milton Graña
Additions to Mi Verano Con Amanda
PROD: Benjamin Lopez, Eduardo Correa
SCR: Benjamin Lopez
DP: Benjamin Lopez
ED: Benjamin Lopez
MUSIC: La Hermana de Miguel, Las Chicharras
Additions to The Kiss you Gave Me
Original Title: El Beso Que Me Diste
PROD: Ileana Ciena
SCR: Sonia Fritz, Stella Soto, Augustin Cubano, Eliseo Alberto
DP: Augustin Cubano
ED: Francisco Torres Lozano
Additions to Una Historia Común
PROD: Frances Lausell
SCR: Cristina Marelli
ED: Freddie Rodríguez
MUSIC: William Cepeda
Additions to Casi Casi
PROD: Tony Vallés, Jaime Vallés
SCR: Jaime Vallés, Tony Vallés
DP: Jaime Vallés, Tony Vallés
ED: Tony Vallés, Jaime Vallés
MUSIC: Jerry Medina, Peter Mills, Frankie Pérez, Franky Suárez
Additions to Vampiros
PROD: Javier Morales
SCR: Eduardo Ortíz
DP: Fernando Rosado
ED: Eduardo Ortíz
MUSIC: Danny Donate
Additions to Kabo & Platon
Corrected title should be Kabo & Platon not Kabo & # 38; Platon.
PROD: Luis Collazo
SCR: Mayra Santos Febres
DP: Jadit De Brito
ED: Agustin Rexach
Additions to Manuela & Manuel
SCR: José Ignacio Valenzuela
DP: Sonnel Velazquez
MUSIC: Geronimo Mercado
Additions to 12 Hours
Original title: 12 Horas
PROD: Elba Luis Lugo, Jorge Rojas Buscaglia
SCR: Raúl Marchand Sánchez
Additions to Talento De Barrio
Correct title should be Talento De Barrio not Daddy Yankee: Talento De Barrio
PROD: George Rivera
SCR: Ángel M. Sanjurjo, George Rivera, Daniela Malky Torri, Edgar Soberón Torchia
DP: Leslie Colombani
ED: Mariem Pérez Riera, José Iván Santiago
“He happily follows the script until he finds some pages are missing. Trying to fill the gap the protagonist accidentally falls into another screenplay. After a few days of searching for boundaries and the way out he concludes that there is no script. Efforts to find him will bring no results.”
Andrei Severny (Russian: Андрей Северный) was born in 1977 in Moscow, USSR into a family of astronomers and started to develop his vision in atmospheric urban photography series published in the Monitor magazine in 2000-2005 and shown at a number of exhibitions and online at cityaction.org
In 2004 Severny came to New York and made short films Tom On Mars and Disparait, v, which played in festivals in London, New York, Barcelona, Milan, Kolkata, Avignon and others.
Since 2007 Andrei Severny works in collaboration with Edward Tufte, a world renown master of analytical design, on a series of films on art and science.
Andrei Severny’s first feature-length film CONDITION is produced by Amir Naderi.
Why BLADES OF BLOOD doesn’t have a still yet???
Also Lee Jun-ik and Jun-ik Lee are the same person! Please combine filmography.
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Ten Tigers of Kwangtung
Five Deadly Venoms
please delete this duplicate page for Five Deadly Venoms