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The director, Terry Jones, issued the following riposte to this criticism: " Any religion that makes a form of torture into an icon that they worship seems to me a pretty sick sort of religion quite honestly ".
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Terrence Vance " Terry " Gilliam (; born 22 November 1940 ) is an American-born British screenwriter, film director, animator, actor and member of the Monty Python comedy troupe.
Gilliam's long-time director of photography Nicola Pecorini has said, " with Terry and me, a long lens means something between a 40mm and a 65mm.
In the 2000 Channel 4 programme The 100 Greatest TV Ads, Terry Lovelock, the director of several of these commercials, revealed that he found Rossiter difficult to work with, and that he used to jokingly refer to Collins as " The Prop ".
Jones co-directed Monty Python and the Holy Grail with Terry Gilliam, and was sole director on two further Monty Python movies, Life of Brian and Monty Python's The Meaning of Life.
He also starred in the 2005 Terry Gilliam film Tideland, his second with the director ( the first being 1991's The Fisher King ).
In the 2009 film The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, the character of Tony, played by Heath Ledger, is found hanging ( alive ) under Blackfriars Bridge, described by director Terry Gilliam as " an homage to Roberto Calvi ".
The result was Tomkinson's Schooldays ( a title loosely inspired by Tom Brown's Schooldays, and suggested by BBC director Terry Hughes ).
* Rawson Marshall Thurber, director of Dodgeball: a True Underdog Story and " Terry Tate " commercials for Reebok
This short film was selected by director and animator Terry Gilliam as one of the ten best animated films of all time, and critic Jonathan Romney included it on his list of the ten best films in any medium ( for Sight and Sound's 2002 critics ' poll ).
Production designer Ferretti afterwards compared Gilliam to his former director, saying, " Terry is very similar to Fellini in spirit.
Roger Ebert gave the film 3 out of 4 stars and found that it was " told with a cheerfulness and a light touch that never betray the time and money it took to create them ", appreciating " the sly wit and satire that sneaks in here and there from director Terry Gilliam and his collaborators, who were mostly forged in the mill of Monty Python ".
Nunn ( who had been appointed to follow Hall's tenure at the National Theatre in 1986 ) ceded his RSC executive directorship to his co-artistic director Terry Hands, who took the brunt of media hostility during a difficult few years for the company.
La Jetée was the inspiration for 12 Monkeys, ( 1995 ) director Terry Gilliam's film about time travel, memory, and madness.
They had four children, Elizabeth (" Betsy "), John Terry, Charles White, and Edward Stettinius Trippe, who now resides in Tucker's Town, Bermuda, where he is executive director of the Tucker's Point Club and serves on Bermuda International Airport's advisory board.
Skulls feature prominently, as well as gothic architecture, absurdly large weapons and shoulder-armor, and bizarre imagery reminiscent of director Terry Gilliam's work, as well as a strong dose of black comedy.
His other son, Terry McDonough, is director of player personnel for the Jacksonville Jaguars in the National Football League.
Ronnie Corbett, producers James Gilbert, Terry Hughes ( film director ) and Michael Hurll as well as writers Ian Davidson, Peter Vincent, David Renwick and Barry Cryer all spoke about the making of the series.
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After the death of Bob Jones, Jr., Erin Jones, the wife of BJU president Stephen Jones became director.
The buyers were a group of prominent Cleveland businessmen: Homer Marshman, an attorney, Dave R. Jones, a businessman and former Cleveland Indians director, Ellis Ryan, a former Indians president, Saul Silberman, owner of the Randall Park race track, and Ralph DeChairo, an associate of Silberman.
Charles Martin " Chuck " Jones ( September 21, 1912 – February 22, 2002 ) was an American animator, cartoon artist, screenwriter, producer, and director of animated films, most memorably of Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies shorts for the Warner Bros. Cartoons studio.
When Clampett was promoted to director in 1937, Jones was assigned to his unit ; the Clampett unit was briefly assigned to work with Jones ' old employer, Ub Iwerks, when Iwerks subcontracted four cartoons to Schlesinger in 1937.
Jones became a director ( or " supervisor ", the original title for an animation director in the studio ) himself in 1938 when Frank Tashlin left the studio.
Jones, the second to last surviving animation director from the " Termite Terrace " days of the WB cartoons, died of heart failure in 2002.
Michael Barrier claims that Clampett had given himself too much credit, but also that Jones had had ill feelings towards him ever since their days at Termite Terrace, due to the fact that Bob Clampett was made an animation director before Chuck Jones.
He also collaborated with musical director Doug Trevor on a one-hour ABC television special entitled ‘’ Pop Goes Davy Jones ’’, which featured new artists The Jackson Five and The Osmonds.
* 1996 – At the Academy Awards ceremony, director Quincy Jones organised a tribute to the just-deceased Kelly, in which Savion Glover performed the dance to " Singin ' in the Rain ".
Jones was assigned to duties as deputy director, J-3, U. S European Command, Stuttgart, Germany, on July 15, 1992.
Jones next served as director, Expeditionary Warfare Division ( N85 ), Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, during 1996, then as the deputy chief of staff for plans, policies, and operations, Headquarters Marine Corps, Washington, D. C.
The founding director of CBS News, Paul White, for whom the top award given by the broadcast news directors organization Radio Television Digital News Association ( RTDNA ) is named, Kent Cooper, who later became the longtime GM of rival Associated Press, early ABC News president Elmer Lower, Raymond Clapper, originator of the term " smoked-filled room ", Merriman Smith, Helen Thomas, Marie Colvin, Martha Gellhorn, Kate Webb, Henry Tilton Gorrell, Seymour Hersh, Lucien Carr, Neil Sheehan, Brit Hume, Keith Olbermann, New York Times columnists Thomas Friedman and Gail Collins, Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen, sportswriter and Untouchables co-author Oscar Fraley, author H. Allen Smith, military author Joe Galloway, Saigon evacuation photographer Hubert van Es, photographer Stan Stearns, 1970s White House photographer David Hume Kennerly, White House spokesmen George Reedy, Ron Nessen and Larry Speakes, longtime Las Vegas bureau manager Myram Borders, onetime CIA Director Richard Helms, who interviewed Adolf Hitler for United Press during the 1936 Olympics, diplomat Edward M. Korry, former UP correspondent to Moscow Eugene Lyons, C-SPAN founder Brian Lamb, ex-Dow Jones CEO Les Hinton, 1980's-90's Singapore President Wee Kim Wee and novelists Allen Drury, Tony Hillerman and Daniel Silva.