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Chapter 30: The Night Bus home

From time to time, we, at Movietone, were obliged to work through the night.  This work concerned the production of  important news items. These included The FA Cup Final, Grand National and items of national interest like Royal marriages, births and deaths. 488 more words

Food

KUNST macht FREI

zu diesem Leitsatz kam ich, als ich spontan mein Kunstkartendesign fürs 2015/1   erstellte – als ich ihn schrieb, dachte ich sicherlich nicht an die WirkkraftEnergie, die er beinhaltet…. 1,137 more words

ART


The Deborah Kerr effect

When making Quo Vadis in Italy, the schedule suffered from some set-backs because the Italian studio workers, accustomed to having sound dubbed in later, would not keep quiet around the sound stage. 12 more words

Deborah Kerr

It is not enough to live well. One must die well.

Marina Berti and Leo Genn as Eunice and Petronius in Mervyn LeRoy‘s 1951 adaptation of Henryk Sienkiewicz’s Quo Vadis?

‘To Nero, Emperor of Rome, Master of the World, Divine Pontiff. 143 more words

Stop the Demolition of The Hall of Nations Complex and Nehru Pavilion?

Demolition of The Hall of Nations Complex and Nehru Pavilion?

Quoted from Arun Rewal’s plea (will update):

With deep anguish we have learnt of mindless efforts to demolish the Hall of Nations Complex and the Nehru Pavillion at Pragati Maidan, Delhi. 598 more words

Built Environment

Quo vadis?

2011-03-09

Declaration of My Life Plan

I must be an (1) UN employee, (2) diplomat, (3) researcher for a government agency, (4) assistant to a young and well-established politician, (5) journalist for an international news agency, or (6) public school teacher by my 30th birthday. 75 more words

Journal

Gender parity at CEPT: Better late than later

Update: This notice arrives in the mail: Good beginning, followed by a great second step…

Important Notice:

CEPT University is one of the few open campuses in the country and it prides itself for the freedom of accessibility it offers for all during all times. 373 more words

Quo Vadis