1. Awards and nominations of cine camera
5- Award for Best short fiction film at Hollywood Cinerockom International Film Festival, October 2013 4- Award for Best Supporting Actor at Hollywood Cinerockom International Film Festival, October 2013 3- Honorable Mention Jury Award at Indie Fest USA International Film Festival, October 2013 2- Nomination for the Best Lead Actor at Red Dirt International Film Festival, OK, USA, Oct 2013 1- Nomination for the Best Supporting Lead Actor at Red Dirt International Film Festival, OK, USA, Oct 2013
2. Personal life and death of camera focus
DeKieffer married Nancy Kishida, a Japanese national.
They had a son, and they resided in McLean, Virginia. He was "a devout Anglican Catholic." DeKieffer died of a heart attack on February 18, 2011 in Boulder, Colorado.
3. Hold That Camera of prime tv
Hold That Camera is an American game show that ran on the DuMont Television Network's primetime schedule from August 27 to December 15, 1950. The series aired on Fridays at 8:30 PM Eastern.
Originally a game show hosted by Jimmy Blaine (1924-1967), after the first few episodes the format was completely overhauled into a variety show with Kyle MacDonnell as host. MacDonnell (1922-2004) was named "Miss Television 1948" by Time magazine. The orchestra leader was Ving Merlin.
4. Pedro Ruiz de la Camera of preachers
Pedro Ruiz de la Camera was a Roman Catholic prelate who served as Auxiliary Bishop of Toledo (1524). De la Camera was ordained a priest in the Order of Preachers.
On 18 April 1524, he was appointed during the papacy of Pope Clement VII as Auxiliary Bishop of Toledo and Titular Bishop of Salona.
5. PlotCast of camera
Sarah Paulson as Faith Wardwell Ken Marino as Andy Lisa Edelstein as Patty Tim Meadows as Lucas Regina King as Cynthia Brad Rowe as Dan Murphy Jill Clayburgh as Cricket Wardwell
Melton Barker of camera focus
Melton Barker (February 14, 1903 March 1977) was an itinerant filmmaker who produced and directed numerous films with his company, Melton Barker Juvenile Productions, from the 1930s though the 1970s. These films were shot across the United States with casts of children who each paid a fee for the opportunity to star in the two-reel shorts
7. Cecile Josp of camera focus
Cecile Josp (ne Weiner; August 15, 1928 May 17, 2004) was an American photographer and watercolorist.
A bachelor of arts graduate in art history and the theory and practice and drawing and painting from Harvard University's Radcliffe College, she exhibited her work in photography at The Photographers' Gallery. Josp was elected a member of the Chelsea Art Club, the Royal Watercolour Society, the New English Art Club and exhibited her art work at the latter two societies.
Academic career of camera focus
Chehade has been teaching for over sixteen years. Currently he teaches courses on modern Middle Eastern history at Columbia College Chicago. and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC).
He also used to teach as an adjunct history professor at Roosevelt University.
9. NFL '97 of camera focus
NFL '97 is a follow-up video game to Sega's Joe Montana series on the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis.
NFL '97 featured some sound effects directly from that series. NFL 97 was released exclusively for the Sega Saturn. New gameplay features included the ability to control the speed with which the ball is thrown and the use of a blue arc to track possible receivers.
10. Jakob Brossmann of camera focus
Jakob Brossmann (born 1986) is a stage designer and documentary filmmaker. Brossmann is best known as producer and director of the documentary film Lampedusa in WinterÂ it, released in 2015, and currently lives in Vienna, Austria
Aruldoss of camera focus
Aruldoss is an Indian film actor who has appeared in supporting roles in Tamil language & Malayalam language films. Prior to focusing on an acting career, he worked as a cinematographer for several films.
Danny Gavidia of cine camera
Danny Gavidia (born January 24, 1963) is a Peruvian film and television director/cinematographer. He is best known for directing the Telemundo series El Seor de los Cielos, Enemigo Intimo and the film Reportaje a la Muerte.
Education of camera focus
Rossi was educated at Bishop Wordsworth's School, a Voluntary Aided Church of England day grammar school for boys in the cathedral city of Salisbury in Wiltshire in South West England, followed by the University of Central England (in 2005 renamed UCE Birmingham and in 2007, Birmingham City University), in the city of Birmingham, in the Midlands area of Central England, where he studied Broadcast Journalism.
14. Early life of camera focus
deKieffer was born on November 8, 1945 in Newport, Rhode Island. DeKieffer was educated at Fairview High School in Boulder, Colorado. He graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder in 1968, and he earned a J.
D. degree from the Georgetown University Law Center in 1971.
Acting and Theatre of camera focus
Chehade has been seen on screen and stage as an actor. He was a producer of a Chicago production of 'The Gaza Monologues'. He also wrote, produced, and directed a fim about a Palestinian family living under occupation 'Garden of the Three' in 2009.
16. Synopsis of cine camera
The film is a sophisticated comedy where Elas Alippi plays a playboy who plans the kidnapping of Eva Franco, unhappy wife of millionaire miser.
He poses as a doctor. The consequences are unexpected.
Macadam Stories of cine camera
Macadam Stories (French: Asphalte) is a 2015 French comedy-drama film written and directed by Samuel Benchetrit, and based on the first volume of Benchetrit's autobiography Les Chroniques de l'Asphalte. The film was selected to be screened in the Special Screenings section at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.
James Suttles of cine camera
James Suttles (born September 21, 1980 in Brevard, North Carolina) is an American filmmaker. Suttles grew up in Brevard, North Carolina, attending Brevard High School. At the age of 26, he directed his first feature film Red Dirt Rising and also served as Producer, Cinematographer and Editor.
He currently resides in Western North Carolina with his family.
19. Leap of Faith of camera
Leap of Faith is an American single-camera sitcom that aired on NBC in early 2002, right after Friends on NBC's Thursday comedy block at 8:30 PM EST, as part of Must See TV
Reception of camera focus
The film was released on September 6, 2017, at the Quad Cinema in New York City before moving on to other cities. The three-week run at the Quad included a short film before the feature by Jeff Malmberg and Chris Shellen, Amleto, focusing on the daily life of one of Monticchiello's cats. The film has a 92% approval rating on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, based on 26 reviews.
21. Donald E. deKieffer of camera focus
deKieffer (November 8, 1945 - February 18, 2011) was an American lawyer. He was the co-founder of deKieffer & Horgan, a Washington, D.C.
-based international law firm, and the president of EDDI Inc. , an anticounterfeiting and antidiversion company. In the 1970s, he acted as a lobbyist for the South African apartheid regime.
He was the author of two books
22. Spettacolo of camera focus
Spettacolo is a 2017 documentary film about a small hilltown in Italy that practices a unique form of theatre called "autodramma". It is the second feature of Marwencol filmmakers Jeff Malmberg and Chris Shellen.
The title is an Italian word meaning "performance, spectacle, or play" and in Italian is pronounced spet'takolo ("spet-TAH-k-l").
23. Tatum Reed of camera focus
Tatum Reed is a former American pornographic actress and adult movie producer.
During her porn career, she created an Internet presence that featured her adult film career with blogging, fashion, and lifestyle reviews.
24. Music style of camera
The music style of Slowly Rolling Camera is a combination of jazz and trip-hop, with influences from The Cinematic Orchestra, Bonobo and Portishead, receiving good reviews since the release of their first album, produced by Andy Allan (producer also of Portishead and Massive Attack).
25. Praktica EE 2 of camera
The Praktica EE2 was an important innovation of the 2-L generation. It was a camera with "fully electronic, full aperture TTL metering SLR" or "camera-computer".
This camera had an electronic time control between 1 sec and 1/1000s and electronic aperture simulation. These cameras were used in space on board of Salut 6 in September 1978 by Bykowsky (USSR) and Jhn (GDR)
26. Amanpour & Company of camera focus
Amanpour & Company is a late-night global-affairs interview television program hosted by Christiane Amanpour.
The hour-long show premiered on PBS on September 10, 2018, as an expanded version of the CNN International show, Amanpour, augmented with interviews by correspondents at the WNET studios in New York
27. Isra al-Modallal of camera focus
Isra al-Modallal (Arabic: ) was the first female spokesperson in English for the Hamas government in Gaza between 20132014. She was born in Egypt and raised in Gaza.
She attended high school in Bradford, England, and graduated from Islamic University of Gaza with a degree in media studies. She worked as a broadcast journalist before accepting the spokesperson role. Her appointment was part of a Hamas effort to change its public image
Production of cine camera
The 91-minute black and white film was directed for Lumiton by Francisco Mgica. The script was written by Arturo Cerretani. The comedy was based on a play by Louis Verneuil, and retained its theatrical structure despite being filmed with a moving camera.
The film starred Eva Franco, Elas Isaac Alippi and Enrique Serrano.
29. Camera Silens of cameras & optics
Camera Silens was a French punk band from Bordeaux active between 1981 and 1988.
Their singer and bassist, Gilles Bertin took part in a bank robbery in Toulouse on 27 April 1988, where nearly 12 million francs were stolen. Gilles Bertin went on the run for 28 years before handing himself in to police.
Jeremi Cockram of camera focus
Jeremi Cockram is a Welsh actor best known for playing the character of Sion White in the Welsh-language soap Pobol y Cwm. Cockram was a student at Ysgol Gyfun Rhydfelen, a Welsh language secondary school near Pontypridd.
Music video of camera focus
The music video of "Meri Awaz Suno" was shot at the Jazba-e-Junoon weekend show, a patriotic show. The music video is of about 4 minutes and 48 seconds. The video show case the whole band line-up at several different camera shots, mostly focused on the three band members.
The music video also showed some of the session players playing along with the band such as Ustad Aashiq Ali playing the tabla.
32. Patricia Hayes (historian) of camera focus
Patricia Hayes is a professor of the University of the Western Cape who focuses on various subjects tied to colonial photography.
She has done work on colonial Namibian history and is currently researching political and documentary photography in South Africa while teaching African History, Gender and History, and Visual History.
33. Man with a Movie Camera of the man
Man with a Movie Camera is a film.
Man with a Movie Camera may also refer to: Man with a Movie Camera (Biosphere album), a 2001 ambient soundtrack for the eponymous movie Man with a Movie Camera (The Cinematic Orchestra album), a 2003 jazz electronica soundtrack for the eponymous movie
34. D. J.
Lawlor of d&h camera store
The D. J. Lawlor was a 19th-century Sandy Hook pilot boat built in 1881.
The schooner was considered the largest (86 feet) for her type, noted for her seaworthiness and heavy weather performance. She was named after the prominent Boston shipbuilder Dennison J. Lawlor.
She was struck by a fishing schooner Horace B. Parker, in 1895, and was replaced by the pilot-boat Liberty in 1896
35. Gianni Fava of camera focus
Giovanni Fava (born in Viadana on 8 May 1968) is an Italian politician of Lega Nord, MP in the Italian Chamber of Deputies from 28 April 2006 to 4 June 2013 and Mayor of Pomponesco for two consecutive full terms from 22 November 1993 to 13 May 2001.
He is mostly known as Gianni Fava.
36. Camera Owner of cameras & optics
Camera Owner (1964-1968) was a bi-monthly British hobbyist photography magazine founded in 1964.
In 1968 it evolved into Creative Camera, a monthly magazine of fine art and documentary photography, which in turn, in 2000, became DPICT before its publication ceased in 2001
37. Background of camera focus
Prior to the release of Landscape Suicide, Benning had already built a reputation for his exceedingly long, stationary camera shots of landscapes and industrial scenes. Landscape Suicide merged the mesmerizing monotony of these structuralist film approaches with the fact-finding ethos of documentary filmmaking.
38. Space launch of reversing camera
In December 2017, Elon Musk announced that his personal Tesla Roadster would be launched into space, serving as dummy payload on the maiden flight of the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket. The launch on February 6, 2018 was successful; the vehicle was placed into a heliocentric orbit that took it beyond Mars's orbital path.
39. Cast of cine camera
Isabelle Huppert as Jeanne Meyer Gustave Kervern as Sternkowitz Valeria Bruni Tedeschi as The Nurse Tassadit Mandi as Madame Hamida Jules Benchetrit as Charly Michael Pitt as John McKenzie Mickal Graehling as Dd Larouci Didi as Mouloud Thierry Gimenez as Monsieur Gilosa
40. Oblivious (Aztec Camera song) of cameras & optics
"Oblivious" is a song by Scottish new wave band Aztec Camera.
It was released as the second single from their 1983 debut album High Land, Hard Rain. The song managed a moderate charting of No. 47 on the UK Singles Chart in February 1983, but a re-release of the song later that same year proved more successful, entering the top twenty and peaking at No.
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