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"They may take our lives. But they will never take our freedom!"

From: Braveheart

Genre: Movies

Who said it?: William Wallace

The story behind the quote: The quote Braveheart. The film is based on the life of William Wallace, one of the leaders during the Wars for Sottish Independence. 166 more words

Movies

Geek Art: "You'll Never Take Our Freedom" by Robert Bruno

Artist Robert Bruno pays tribute to Freedom, William Wallace, and the 20th anniversary of ‘Braveheart’ with this amazing “You’ll Never Take Our Freedom” print.
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Geek Art

Lost in the Highlands

Twenty years after Braveheart release, Veronica Ferrari explores the hidden heart of Scotland away from the tourist trail

“Here we are at the last stop. Out of the van, girls!” shouted Mike. 833 more words

Scotland

James Horner

From ECO Principal Cellist Ruth Ann Scanzillo

The first time I ever heard the name James Horner was out of the mouth of my friend, Lisa. 621 more words

RIP James Horner: My Heart Will Go On

Aliens, Titanic, A Beautiful Mind, Braveheart, Avatar…. The list goes endless. The background score for these movies have been their spine and the spine was provided by one person, the celebrated musician James Horner. 290 more words

Movie

James Horner: 1953-2015 - A Guest Post by Michael Metzler Jr.

On June 22, 2015, renowned film composer James Horner died from a plane crash at age 61. James Horner was one of the most prolific film composers of the modern era, regarded by The Guardian as “one of the most successful and admired composers of film soundtracks in Hollywood.” Among his many scores are those of Avatar, Braveheart, Apollo 13, and Titanic. 559 more words

Film Scores

James Horner - Not just the Titanic-song-guy

By Kerstin Hall

James Horner, one of the world’s best known and prolific soundtrack composers, has passed away following a plane crash in California. Horner, who is responsible for the scores of approximately 100 movies, set the tone of Hollywood movies and television shows for the past forty years. 158 more words

Music