1. There are currently two pages for the 1981 Richard Franklin film Road Games, here:
2. Irene Miracle (http://mubi.com/cast_members/40790) should be added to the cast of Aldo Lado’s 1975 film Night Train Murders. She plays one of the two girls attacked on the train (in fact I believe this was her first role).
Still for Solarbabies
Lady in White
The older you get, the better you get, because you’ve seen more. You don’t necessarily have to go through a lot, but you have to witness it in order to recreate it.
Janet was born in Newcastle, UK, to parents Jean and Allan. She was raised in York from the age of 6. She attended Queen Anne School Grammar School for girls, where there wasn’t much opportunity for drama. She became interested in acting at age 16 when she saw ‘She Stoops to Conquer’ at the York theater. She worked as a waitress at the same theater, where she once served a coffee to Gary Oldman. He suggested that she apply to attend the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA), where he had just finished studying.
She successfully gained a place at RADA. After graduation, she began her career acting on stage by joining the Royal Exchange Theatre.
Her on-screen film debut came in Half Moon Street (1986). In 2000, she received her first Oscar nomination for Best Actress in a Leading Role for Tumbleweeds (1999). -IMDb
A low budget is uncomfortable.
At the age of five Lukas Haas was discovered in his kindergarten class by casting director Marjorie Simkin. His first film role was that of the youngest of the doomed children in Testament (1983). In 1985 he gained notice when he starred as Samuel, the little Amish boy who witnesses a murder in Witness (1985). He was nominated for an Emmy in the made-for-TV movie The Ryan White Story (1989) (TV). By his teenage years, he appeared with Jessica Lange in Music Box (1989) and Steve Martin in Leap of Faith (1992). On Broadway, Lukas starred with Martin and Robin Williams in “Waiting for Godot”. -IMDb
Add Luc Merenda and Franco Citti to the cast of Destruction Force.
Hunt the Man Down is the same film as Bad Man’s River.
Bad Man’s River
The Flower with Petals of Steel
Dracula Blows His Cool
The Cop in Blue Jeans
A Man Called Magnum
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Add Helga Liné to the cast of Law of Desire and Labyrinth of Passion.
Add Ballet aquatique to the Related Films section of this article.
Colt 38 Special Squad
The Reluctant Saint
Murder in a Blue World
My Father’s Wife
Add Stephen Sondheim as composer as of:A Little Night MusicSweeney Todd in ConcertStephen Sondheim’s Putting It TogetherBarbara Cook: Mostly Sondheim
Dracula’s Dog = Zoltan Hound of Dracula.
Grave of the Vampire
A Little Night Music
Kirk Jones (born November 3, 1973) also referred to as Sticky Fingaz or Sticky, is an American rapper, actor, and a member of the hip-hop group Onyx. As an actor, he is perhaps best known for his television roles as Private Maurice “Smoke” Williams on the 2005 FX drama Over There, his recurring role as rapper Kern Little on The Shield, and as the title character in the 2006 Spike action-horror-drama Blade: The Series. Jones is an atheist, which is evident in the liner notes of his CD Black Trash: The Autobiography of Kirk Jones states; “And don’t think I’m on some old religion sh*t, cause I don’t follow religion because it’s an illusion(made up not real), Just like everything else in this world; from politics to culture to law to the concept of time. Everything is something made up that people continue to follow as if it’s real.” –Wikipedia
Blancheville Monster is directed by Alberto De Martino.
A lovely and talented actress with a knack for both comedy and drama, Sarah Paulson was born in Tampa, FL, on December 17, 1975. Her family relocated to Manhattan, where she attended both the LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Paulson made her professional debut at the age of 12 in an off-Broadway production of Amerlia Again, and she worked extensively on the New York stage after completing her education. She made here television debut in a 1994 episode of the series Law & Order, and, in 1995, was cast as Merlyn Temple, a dead woman who can communicate with her living brother, on the fantasy series American Gothic; while the show only ran for a year, it developed a devoted cult following. Following American Gothic’s cancellation, Paulson made her feature-film debut in the thriller Levitation, and, in 1999, she appeared in Garry Marshall’s comedy drama The Other Sister. She returned to episodic television that same year as Elisa Cronkite on the romantic drama series Jack and Jill, which ran two seasons. During the show’s run, she landed a supporting role in the Mel Gibson/Helen Hunt vehicle What Women Want, and after Jack and Jill ran its course, Paulson was cast in the lead role of the short-lived situation comedy Leap of Faith. She later had a supporting role in the 2003 romantic comedy Down With Love. –Rotten Tomatoes
Carmen Maja Antoni
Yoshihiro Nakamura (中村義洋 Nakamura Yoshihiro?) is a Japanese film director and screenwriter, best known for his 2005 horror film Būsu or The Booth.
He was born on the 25th of August 1970 in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. He went to Seijo University Department of Arts and Literature. While there he joined the Film Research Club and started 8 mm film making, and in 1993 won the PIA Film Festival Grand Prix with “Summer Rain Kitchen”. After graduating he worked as assistant director on films with Yoichi Sai, Hideyuki Hirayama and Jūzō Itami. In 1999 he made his debut as an independent director with “Local News”. That year he worked to direct, organise and produce many films that Broadway Co. (ブロードウェイ?) made into the “It’s True! Cursed Films” series. In 2004 together with scriptwriter Ken’ichi Suzuki and editor Tooru Hosokawa he formed the conte unit “Assembly of Little Pigeons”. In 2007 he won the Kaneto Shindō Prize given to the most promising new director by the Japan Film Makers’ Association. In 2010 he worked as a narrator on the “It’s True! Cursed Films” series. —Wikipedia
Yūko Takeuchi (竹内 結子 Takeuchi Yūko?, born April 1, 1980 in Saitama, Saitama, Japan) is a Japanese actress. She made her big break with NHK’s television series Asuka and JT Green’s commercial. She has gone on to star in many TV shows, movies, and commercials.
Yūko has been in such Japanese television dramas as Mukodono (My Husband), Lunch No Joou (The Queen of Lunch), Egao No Hōsoku, and Pride. In Mukodono she comically plays a newly-wed with popular band TOKIO’s lead singer, Nagase Tomoya, and in Lunch no Jouou she plays an active girl with a mysterious past. Egao No Hōsoku shows her experience meeting new people while supporting a manga writer, and in Pride she is a symbol of the good old days to the main character, played by Takuya Kimura. All of these shows portray her as playful and witty, and her smile never fails to melt the hearts of other characters.
Movies she has starred in include Hoshi Ni Negaiwo, Yomigaeri and Be with You (Ima, Ai ni Yukimasu). All of these have thought-provoking plots and she acts well, pulling the audience into the story. Her excellent performance in Yomigaeri was recognized by the 27th Japanese Academy Awards. She has also won other various awards for her television and movie appearances. Especially in Sidecar ni inu, she plays mysterious woman and has won many awards. —Wikipedia
Add Stephen Sondheim as composer of Company: Original Cast Album.
Adventures of Don Juan = The Adventures of Don Juan.The Outlaw = Howard Hughes: The Outlaw.
Charlie Chan at the Opera
The Titfield Thunderbolt
Curse of the Voodoo
That Midnight Kiss
The Fuzzy Pink Nightgown
Speaking of Stephen Sondheim, he’s also missing his music (composer) credit for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.
Delete Blood Flood.
Mad Monster Party? = Mad Monster Party.
Die Monster Die!
Chamber of Fear
The Black Castle
The Big O
Still for Cheech & Chong’s Still Smokin’
Add Alberto De Martino as director of Blancheville Monster.
Add Vincent Perez and Miriam Heard to the cast of Lines of Wellington.
The film still from Sherman’s March has disappeared. Where is it?
Aleksei Ananishnov and Alexei Ananischnov are the same actor. The correct spelling is Aleksei Ananishnov.
Aleksei Ananishnov was born on November 8, 1962 in Leningrad. In 1985 he graduated from the Faculty of Applied Mathematics at Leningrad State University. In 1998 he graduated from the Saint-Petersburg International Management Institute (Program MBA). In 2005 he graduated from the London Business School (Program Executive MBA). He works as the manager of Henkel’s household glue division in St. Petersburg. [translated from the Russian]
Yuri Khanon is a pen name of Yuri Feliksovich Soloviev-Savoyarov (Russian: Юрий Феликсович Соловьёв-Савояров), a Russian composer. Prior to 1993, he wrote under a pen name Yuri Khanin, but later transformed it into Yuri Khanon, spelling it in a pre-1918 Russian style as ХанонЪ. Khanon was born on Juny 16, 1965 in Leningrad. In 1988 he became a laureate of the European Film Awards (“Felix” Award, the European analog of the Oscar Award), and in 1989 he won “Nika”, a Russian cinematographic award. Due to his numerous concerts throughout Russia as well as to TV and cinema appearances Khanon reached the peak of his popularity in 1988-1992, but in 1993 decided to stop performing in public.
In 1988, in spite of an opposition of his old-fashioned professors, Yuri Khanon managed to graduate from the Leningrad Conservatory, specializing in composition. He named Erik Satie and Alexander Skryabin as his teachers and predecessors, worshipping their ideology and originality.
Yuri Khanon is not just a composer; he is also a writer, a philosopher, a painter, a studio pianist, and a botanist-selectionist. Khanon is author of libretto and texts of almost all his works. His grandfather was Mikhail Savoyarov, a comic actor and composer, who was very famous in St.Petersburg (Petrograd) on the eve of the Revolution of 1917.
Khanon became famous in 1988-1991. During this period he composed soundtracks to three films, gave numerous concerts, had several appearances on TV and published a series of articles and interviews. Many of his performances yielded public scandals, especially his concerts “Music of Dogs” (Moscow, December 1988) and “Dried Embryos”, where he performed with Erik Satie (Leningrad, May 1991). In 1992 produced CD “Olympia” (England), symphonic works of Khanon (as a Yuri Khanin): “Five smallest orgasms”, “A Certain Concert for piano and orchestra” and “Middle Symphony”.
After 1992 Khanon ceased his public and TV appearances, as well as interviews and concerts, and stopped publishing his music works. Instead he decided, in his own words, “…to work and live in his own company ”. Khanon never participated in any professional organizations and is notable for his independent ideas and reclusive way of life.
Among Khanon’s works for theatre the most famous is “The Middle Duo” ballet (the first part of his “Middle Symphony”), put on the stage in Mariinsky theatre in 1998 and short-listed for the Golden Mask Theatre Award in 2000, then put on the stage in Bolshoy Theatre and in New York City Ballet theatre in 2006. As a concert number “The Middle Duo” is performed around the world by almost all soloists of Russian ballet, though for 10 years Khanon’s music has been used without his permission.
From the very beginning of his career Khanon deliberately evaded calling himself a composer, a writer, or an artist. Creative work is the least important for him, because, according to his ideas, there’s more than enough composers and artists in our world. “It’s impossible to walk down the street without bumping into just another writer or composer,” – Khanon ironically wrote in one of his articles in 1993. He viewed his main mission not in creating works of art, but in promotion of certain concepts put to life by the means of art.
Yuri Khanon worked for the cinema only for a short period between 1988 and 1991. He composed his first soundtrack (for “Days of Eclipse” by Alexander Sokurov) already as a Conservatory student.
The film “Days of Eclipse” won the “Euro-Oscar” (“Felix Award”) of the European Film Academy in November 1988 in West Berlin in the “Best Music” special nomination. In spite of his great success, after 1991 Yuri Khanon never returned to writing music for the cinema.
Since 1983, Khanon writes fiction and non-fiction as an essayist and novelist. His most famous work is 700 pages long memoir novel “Skryabin As a Face” (1995) based on the 20 years long Khanon’s close acquaintance with the great Russian composer Alexander Skryabin. Part of the edition is a true polygraphic artwork produced with a natural leather binding, hand-made according to a 19th century technique. The novel is written as a stylization of literary and spoken language of the beginning of the 20th century.
In the year 2010, Center of Average Music and the publishing house “Faces of Russia” released another thick work of music history: “Erik Satie, Yuri Khanon. Antedate memories”. The book has a volume of 700 pages and it is not accidentally written in a provocative and free form. It includes all literary works, critical essays, notes and even notebooks of Erik Satie, as well as almost all the letters, more than sixty drawings and all his entire life, from birth to death. This is the first book of Sati on Sati in Russian.
for soleil oh – http://mubi.com/films/oh-sun
for vidas secas – http://mubi.com/films/barren-lives [maybe it doesn’t need to be changed? perhaps. im not sure what you considered a still to be “bad”]
i have a question, i submitted a film [film’s information] called Black Girl via the submission sheet a long time ago, but i didn’t write about here, because i think i was supposed to? i’m not really sure. anyhow, if i was here’s the imdb page: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0068280/
Red Desert still suggestions:
Svetlana Andreevna Toma (born Svetlana Fomicheva, March 24, 1947 in Chişinău, Moldova) is a Moldovan–Russian actress. She debuted at the Moldova-Film studio in 1966. She worked in Moldova and Russia.
Mohammad Motevaselani (http://mubi.com/cast_members/355380)