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Of the two, Porter is justly the better known, for he went far beyond the vital finding of fiction for films to take the first step toward fashioning a language of film, toward making the motion picture the intricate, efficient time machine that it has remained since, even in the most inept hands.
During the making recently of an important Biblical film, some 40 volumes of research material and sketches not only of costumes and interiors, but of architectural developments, sports arenas, vehicles, and other paraphernalia were compiled, consulted, and complied with.
Woolfson came up with the idea of making an album based on developments in the film industry, where directors such as Alfred Hitchcock and Stanley Kubrick were the focal point of the film's promotion, rather than individual film stars.
Also from 1981 is the horror film Wolfen making use of the rubble of the Bronx as a home for werewolf type creatures.
Many years later, Bob Heironimus, an acquaintance of Patterson's, said that he had worn an ape costume for the making of the film.
De Palma describes the sequence as a constant invocation of Brechtian distanciation: “ First of all, I am interested in the medium of film itself, and I am constantly standing outside and making people aware that they are always watching a film.
Rudolph Grey's book Nightmare of Ecstasy: The Life and Art of Edward D. Wood Jr. contains anecdotes regarding the making of this film.
Chaplin was unimpressed with the conditions there, and after making one film ( His New Job, released 1 February 1915 ), moved to the company's small studio in Niles, California.
In 1984, Marker was invited by producer Serge Silberman to document the making of Akira Kurosawa's film Ran.
** Christopher Reeve in the Superman film series, who was praised for making the disguise's effectiveness credible to audiences, portrayed Clark Kent as massively clumsy, paranoid, and, of course, mild mannered.
The most common form of director's cut is therefore to have extra scenes added, often making the " new " film considerably longer than the " original ".
However the new version of the second Superman film ( known as The Richard Donner Cut ) restores as much of the original director's conception as possible, making it a considerably different picture.
The film's production was not nearly as chaotic or strange as the production of the original, largely because of Raimi, Tapert and Campbell's additional film making experience.
The 1991 documentary film Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse, directed by Eleanor Coppola ( Francis's wife ), Fax Bahr and George Hickenlooper, chronicles the difficulties the crew went through making Apocalypse Now, and features behind-the-scenes footage filmed by Eleanor.
Coppola credited his inspiration for making the film to a suggestion from middle school students who had read the novel.
The movie became a box-office hit, grossing $ 82, 522, 790 domestically, making it the 15th highest-grossing film of the year.
It fared much better overseas grossing $ 133, 339, 902 for a total worldwide gross of $ 215, 862, 692, making it the 9th highest grossing film of the year worldwide.
making and Schofield
Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots ( 1725 ) is termed a “ hybrid " work by Schofield ( 103 ); being a work of non-fiction but making use of narrative techniques.
While making their way back to Area 7 to get the Football to the President, Schofield tells Book II about his father's death by Barnaby's hands, earning the young Marine's respect.
While making their way back to Area 7, Schofield asks why Book II doesn't like him, who in turn demands to know how his father died.
Schofield first came to prominence playing for the England Under-19 team, making his debut for them ( as a batsman ) at the age of 16 in April 1995.
making and said
Blackman said that he wanted to apologize for not having prevented Lewis from making that horrible spectacle of himself, that he should have seized him by the neck at once and forcibly hauled him into his bedroom.
`` I soon came back to my senses '', he said, aloud, to the young blizzard, proudly, drawing himself up, as if making a report to some important superior.
`` Now '', said Arlene, eventually, making them both sit in formation on a big root of a live oak, the sort of root that divided itself and made their bottoms sag down and feel comfortable.
Rep. Charles E. Hughes of Sherman, sponsor of the bill, said a failure to enact it would amount `` to making a gift out of the taxpayers' pockets to banks, insurance and pipeline companies ''.
Thomas Rotelli, head of Rhode Island Incinerator Service, Inc., said four of the company's eight trucks were making collections with both newly hired and regular workers.
About the importance of making employment opportunities inclusive, Shirley Davis, director of global diversity and inclusion at the Society for Human Resource Management, said:
The full name of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer is The Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church according to the use of the Church of England together with the Psalter or Psalms of David pointed as they are to be sung or said in churches and the form and manner of making, ordaining, and consecrating of bishops, priests, and deacons.
In athletics, Eisenhower later said that " not making the baseball team at West Point was one of the greatest disappointments of my life, maybe my greatest.
It was most likely at this time that judicial records became verbatim accounts of what was said in trial, making it easier to determine bias or improper conduct on the part of the governor.
Eusebius said, “ The Creator of all things has impressed a natural law upon the soul of every man, as an assistant and ally in his conduct, pointing out to him the right way by this law ; but, by the free liberty with which he is endowed, making the choice of what is best worthy of praise and acceptance, because he has acted rightly, not by force, but from his own free-will, when he had it in his power to act otherwise, As, again, making him who chooses what is worst, deserving of blame and punishment, as having by his own motion neglected the natural law, and becoming the origin and fountain of wickedness, and misusing himself, not from any extraneous necessity, but from free will and judgment.
When Albania responded by making agreements with the Soviet Union to purchase a supply of agricultural machinery, Yugoslavia said that Albania could not enter into any agreements with other countries without Yugoslav approval.
After the first few, Harry Cohn said " it was the beginning of Columbia making a better quality of pictures.
After making the comments in Turkish daily newspaper BirGün, Yilmaz said that his words had been distorted and that he was referring to Greek agents causing fires in Turkey.
In Spain, a man acting with arrogance would be said to be " haciéndose los godos " (" making himself to act like the Goths ").
* I had originally not wanted to see Galaxy Quest because I heard that it was making fun of Star Trek, and then Jonathan Frakes rang me up and said " You must not miss this movie!
Benjamin Tucker said of Proudhon, that " though opposed to socializing the ownership of capital, Proudhon aimed nevertheless to socialize its effects by making its use beneficial to all instead of a means of impoverishing the many to enrich the few ... by subjecting capital to the natural law of competition, thus bringing the price of its own use down to cost.
Whenever Murgatroyd was asked what he was doing, he said he was making a kluge, and actually he was one of the world's best kluge makers.