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Cesar Diaz (film director)

Cesar Diaz is a Belgian-Guatemalan film director, screenwriter and editor. Born and raised in Guatemala City, Diaz moved to Belgium in 1998 as a student at the Free University of Brussels. After developing an interest in filmmaking, he enrolled a ...

Luther Greene

Luther Greene was a sound mixer, sound recordist, sound editor, and producer for films from 1972 until his death. Luther Greene was born in Gainsboro Virginia on February 27 in 1910. He passed away on May 31 1987 Age 77 in New York. He is credite ...

Sergio Diaz (sound editor)

Diaz was nominated for an Academy Award in 2019 for his work on Roma, for which he also won the Ariel Award for Best Sound. He was the recipient of Golden Reel Awards for both Roma and Pans Labyrinth. He has also been nominated for additional Ari ...

Conversations in the Dark

Conversations in the Dark is a song by American singer and songwriter John Legend and French DJ David Guetta. It was released as a single on 14 February 2020 by Columbia Records and Sony Music.

Ooh La Jessie Ware song)

Ooh La is a song by English singer-songwriter Jessie Ware from her fourth studio album, Whats Your Pleasure?. It was written by Ware, Danny Parker, Shungudzo Kuyimba, and James Ford. Production was handled by Ford of the duo Simian Mobile Disco. ...

Saahil Karmally

Saahil Karmally studied at SAE Institute, Dubai. He released his music on labels such as Sirup Music, CYB3RPVNK Recordings, Scorpio Music, Tuvali Records and Viking Sound to name a few. He has also done an official remix for Tigerlily DJ. His rec ...

Save a Kiss

Save a Kiss is the fifth single by English singer-songwriter Jessie Ware off her fourth studio album, Whats Your Pleasure?. It was released 7 May 2020. It was written by Ware, James Ford, Danny Parker and Shungudzo Kuyimba. Ford also produced the ...

Ilomilo (song)

Ilomilo is a song by American singer Billie Eilish from her debut studio album, When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?. The song was sent to Italian contemporary hit radio stations on April 10, 2020, by Universal Music Group, as the albums seventh ...

Helen Park

Helen Park is a Korean-American composer based in New York City. She is a 2018 Lucille Lortel Award Winner and the recipient of the 2018 Richard Rodgers Award. Best known for her score on the musical KPOP, Park was nominated for three Drama Desk ...

Miss Polski 2010

Miss Polski 2010 was the 21st Miss Polski pageant, held on August 29, 2010. The winner was Agata Szewiola of Lubusz. In addition to receiving the title Szewiola also received a Renault Clio. Szewiola represented Poland in Miss World 2010.

List of alumni of the Punjabi University

This is a list of alumni of the Punjabi University, listed in alphabetical order by first name. The Punjabi University, Patiala founded in 1962, has among its alumni many who have become notable, including Member of parliament, Lok Sabha, members ...

Shubert Theatre

Shubert Theatre, now called the Goodale Theater and part of the Cowles Center for Dance and the Performing Arts in Minneapolis, Minnesota Little Shubert Theatre or Stage 42, an off-Broadway theatre in New York City, New York Shubert-Lafayette The ...

Jose Maria Mora

Jose Maria Mora was a Cuban Victorian era still photographer. He was born into a wealthy Cuban planter family. Belonging to a wealthy family he was able to study painting in Paris in the 1860s. His family was forced to flee Cuba in 1868 in the Cu ...

Interval

Interval mathematics, a range of numbers Partially ordered set#Intervals, its generalization from numbers to arbitrary partially ordered sets Space-time interval, the distance between two points in 4-space A statistical level of measurement Inter ...

Lie Exposed

Lie Exposed is a Canadian drama film, directed by Jerry Ciccoritti and released in 2019. An adaptation of Jeff Kobers theatrical play Pornography, the film stars Leslie Hope as Melanie, a woman who responds to a cancer diagnosis by abandoning her ...

Siberia (2020 film)

Siberia is a 2020 Italian drama film directed by Abel Ferrara. It was selected to compete for the Golden Bear in the main competition section at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival, where it premiered on 24 February 2020.

Norman K. Brown

Norman K. Brown is an American man who has worked on seven consecutive United States Censuses. Brown began working for the United States Census Bureau as a temporary employee in 1960 at age 24, returning every ten years thereafter for a few weeks ...

Mary Churchill (puppeteer)

Mary Phipps Putnam Churchill was an American puppeteer, educator, and entrepreneur. Her puppet troupe, The Cranberry Puppets, entertained children for 25 years with witty feminist adaptations of folktales. Churchill was founder and director of Pu ...

Puppet Master

Puppet Master film, the 1989 film that started the franchise Puppet Master franchise, a series of horror films The Puppet Masters film, a 1994 film based on Robert A. Heinlein’s 1951 novel of the same title The Puppetmaster film, a 1993 Taiwanese ...

Richard Bradshaw

Richard Bradshaw may refer to: Richard Bradshaw puppeteer born 1938, Australian puppeteer Richard Bradshaw 17th century - see List of Ambassadors of the Kingdom of England to Russia Richard Bradshaw conductor 1944–2007, British opera conductor an ...

Shirogane

Naoto Shirogane, a detective in Persona 4 Shirogane, a character in the Monochrome Factor anime series Tsumugi Shirogane, a character from Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony Rinko Shirogane, a character from BanG Dream! Girl Band Party! Takashi and ...

Michael Quinn

Michael Quinn may refer to: Mike Quinn puppeteer born 1964, American puppeteer and animator Mike Quinn born 1974, former American football quarterback Michael Quinn footballer born 1990, Gaelic football convert to Australian rules football Michae ...

The Voice (Australian season 9)

The ninth season of The Voice begins airing on 24 May 2020. For the first time in show’s history all of the coaches are returning, Delta Goodrem for her eight season, Kelly Rowland and Boy George for their fourth season and Guy Sebastian for his ...

The Voice Senior (Poland, season 1)

The Voice Senior began airing on 7 December 2019 on TVP 2. It aired on Saturdays at 20:05 and 21:10. Based on the original The Voice Senior, it has aired one season and aims to find currently unsigned singing talent contested by aspiring singers, ...

The Voice Thailand (season 8)

The eighth season of the Thai reality television show, The Voice Thailand premiered on September 16, 2019, on PPTV and LINE TV. Kong Saharat, Jennifer Kim, Joey Boy and Pop Pongkool returning as coaches from the previous season. The show hosted b ...

The Voice of Switzerland (season 3)

The third season of the talent show The Voice of Switzerland premiered on January 27, 2020 on 3+. The four new coaches were the House-DJ and music producer DJ Antoine, the singer-songwriter Anna Rossinelli, the band musician Noah Veraguth and the ...

La Voz Senior (Mexican TV series)

La Voz Senior is a Mexican reality talent show that premiered on July 15, 2019 on Azteca Uno. It is based on and part of The Voice franchise created by television producer John de Mol. When TV Azteca the acquired the format of La Voz in 2019 from ...

La Voz Kids (Mexican TV series)

La Voz is a Mexican singing competition television series broadcast on Azteca Uno. The show originally premiered May 12, 2017 on Las Estrellas. It is based on The Voice franchise created by television producer John de Mol. The shows rights were a ...

Noor Theatre Company

Noor Theatre Company is a New York City-based theatre organization founded in June of 2010 that supports, develops, and produces the work of Middle Eastern Americans and artists of the diaspora. The groups aims to counter negative stereotypes thr ...

Dance Academy (disambiguation)

Dance Academy is an Australian teen-oriented television drama. Dance Academy may also refer to: Detroit Windsor Dance Academy, a nonprofit dance academy in Detroit, Michigan. Shanghai Dance Academy, now the Shanghai Ballet Company. Beijing Dance ...

The Man Standing Next

The Man Standing Next is a 2020 political drama film, based on an original novel of the same title, directed by Woo Min-ho. The film stars Lee Byung-hun, Lee Sung-min, Kwak Do-won, and Lee Hee-joon as the high ranking officials of the Korean gove ...

Occidental Arts and Ecology Center

The Occidental Arts & Ecology Center is an 80-acre ecological reserve in the western part of Sonoma County, that works with communities from the region to restore and build cultural and biological diversity.

Boss

Air boss, more formally, air officer, the person in charge of aircraft operations on an aircraft carrier Crime boss, the head of a criminal organization Political boss, a person who controls a political region or constituency Fire boss, a person ...

Office (disambiguation)

An office is a room or other area in which people work, or a position within an organization with specific duties and rights attached. Office may also refer to:

Unity Performing Arts Foundation

Unity Performing Arts Foundation is an American performing arts non-profit organization based in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The company focuses on diverse types of fine arts, including theatre arts, choral music, instrumental music, literary arts, orat ...

Alliance of Artists Communities

The Alliance of Artists Communities is an international non-profit arts organization. Founded in 1991 following a pilot program and recommendation through the MacArthur Foundation, the organization is focused on advocacy, promotion, and cultivati ...

Coda

Coda ballet, the final dance in a grand pas CODA System, a role-playing game system developed and published by Decipher, Inc Coda novel, a 1994 novel by Thea Astley Coda magazine, a Canadian jazz magazine published from 1958 to 2009 Coda comics, ...

DW

Digimon World, a video game Discworld, a series of books by Terry Pratchett

ECMA

Ecma or ECMA may refer to: Ecma International, an international standards organization for information communication technology and consumer electronics. Formerly "European Computer Manufacturers Association". East Coast Music Association, a non- ...

NME (disambiguation)

Necrolytic migratory erythema, a symptom observed in patients with glucagonoma New molecular entity, in drug discovery Necrotizing meningoencephalitis, a pets disease N -Methylamide, a peptide C-terminal cap National Medical Enterprises, a former ...

The Genius of Marian

The Genius of Marian is a 2013 American documentary that was directed by Banker White and Anna Fitch. The film focuses on Whites mother Pam, who was diagnosed with Alzheimers disease. The films title refers to a book that Pam had intended to writ ...

Commoner (disambiguation)

Commoner, one of the estates of the realm Commoner, a member of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom Commoner, a member of the Court of Common Council of the City of London Corporation Commoner academia, a term used at some universities for ...

NCCA

NCCA may refer to: National Centre for Contemporary Arts, a museum, exhibition and research organization in Moscow, Russia National Commission for Certifying Agencies, the accreditation body of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence National ...

Prema

Prema may refer to: Prema Malayalam actress fl. 1954–1981, Malayalam film actress, mother of Shobha Tholi Prema, 1998 Telugu film starring Pawan Kalyan and Keerthi Reddy Prema 1952 film, Telugu film Premavision and its subsidiary Prema Toy Compan ...

City Center (disambiguation)

City Center at Oyster Point, Newport News, Virginia, USA Oakland City Center, Oakland, California, USA City Center Miami Beach, Florida, USA CityCentre, Houston, Texas, USA City Center District, Dallas, Texas, USA Brickell City Centre, Downtown M ...

David Norris

David Norris footballer born 1981, English footballer Bud Norris David Norris, born 1985, American baseball player David Norris skier born 1990, American cross country skier Dave Norris athlete born 1939, New Zealand athlete David Norris speedway ...

The Magicians Elephant (musical)

The Magicians Elephant is an upcoming stage musical based on the childrens novel of the same name by Kate DiCamillo, with book and lyrics by Nancy Harris and music and lyrics by Marc Teitler.

Susan Miller

Sue Miller cancer activist 1934–2017, American model and author Suzie Miller, Australian human rights lawyer and, since 2002, playwright Susanne Miller 1915–2008, Bulgarian-British-German left wing activist and historian Susan Cummins Miller born ...

Maisie McDaniel

Maisie McDaniel was born Mary Anne McDaniel in Kensington, London, England on 28 October 1939. Her parents were Paddy McDaniel, originally from Sligo, and Lizzie nee Wynne. She had three sisters and two brothers. Soon after her birth, the family ...

The Long Goodbye (Riz Ahmed album)

The Long Goodbye is the second studio album by Riz Ahmed. It was released on his own record label Mongrel Records on 6 March 2020. It is a concept album and was produced by Redinho. It features guest appearances from Ahmeds mother, as well as Min ...