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Music video award

Music video award or Video music award may refer to: Space Shower Music Video Awards, sponsored by Space Shower TV, Japan MAD Video Music Awards, an annual awards show on MAD TV, Greece Soul Train Music Award for Best Video of the Year, produced ...

                                               

7th Canadian Film Awards

The 7th Canadian Film Awards were announced in 1955 to honour achievements in Canadian film. Due to organizational constraints, the award organizers did not plan or stage a ceremony this year, instead announcing the winners solely by press release.

                                               

Dead Pigs

Dead Pigs is a 2018 comedy drama film written and directed by Cathy Yan in her directorial feature film debut. It stars Vivian Wu, Haoyu Yang, Mason Lee, Meng Li, and David Rysdahl. The film had its world premiere in the World Cinema Dramatic Com ...

                                               

Debt (disambiguation)

The Debt 2010 film, an American remake of the Israeli film The Debt 1917 film, a film The Debt 2003 film, a British television film directed by Jon Jones The Debt 1993 film, a drama short film by Bruno de Almeida The Debt 2007 film, an Israeli dr ...

                                               

Dann Visbal

His first band "Navuro" was formed at the age of 14. With a rocker style, the band turns famous in Barranquilla, after recording his major success as a child, a song called "Despedida", composed by himself. The bassist was Bryan Visbal, the actua ...

                                               

The House of Flowers (season 2)

The second season of The House of Flowers was released to Netflix in its entirety on October 18, 2019. Picking up a year after the end of the first season, it starts with Paulina learning of a challenge to her now-deceased mother Virginias will a ...

                                               

White Rose (disambiguation)

Order of the White Rose 1886–1915, Late Victorian Neo-Jacobite society Order of the White Rose of Finland, an award in Finland White Rose of York, the symbol of the House of York White Rose, an historical community that is now part of Newmarket, ...

                                               

Fallen Gods

Fallen Gods, Star Trek: Titan written by Michael A. Martin July 2012 Fallen Gods novella by Jonathan Blum Kate Orman Fallen Gods, novel by Quintin Jardine 2003

                                               

Respect Yourself (DJ BoBo song)

Respect Yourself is a song by Swiss artist DJ BoBo. It was released in December 1996 as the second single from his third album, World in Motion. The single features vocals by American singers Glori and Jocelyn Brown, and the choir United Spirits. ...

                                               

Underdog (Alicia Keys song)

Underdog is a song by American singer and songwriter Alicia Keys. It was written by Keys, Johnny McDaid, Ed Sheeran, Amy Wadge, Jonny Coffer and Foy Vance, and produced by Keys and McDaid. The song was released as the third single from Keys upcom ...

                                               

Battle of Kendari

The Battle of Kendari took place on 24 January 1942 as part of the Japanese offensive in the Dutch East Indies. The airfield Kendari II became an essential target for Japanese forces for its strategic location and infrastructure quality. Encounte ...

                                               

Katrien Baerts

Baerts obtained a masters degree in violin and voice at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, after which she joined the Dutch National Opera Academy. Here she performed roles as Amore and Valletto in lIncoronazione di Poppea, Despina in Così fan t ...

                                               

Ali, the Goat and Ibrahim

Ali believes his late girlfriends soul has been reincarnated in a goat named Nada. Ali, his goat and his friend Ibrahim embark on a journey of friendship and self-discovery across Egypt to reverse the curse.

                                               

The Young Lovers

Young Lovers, 1979 Egyptian film, directed by Henry Barakat Young Lovers, Hong Kong-based Shaw Brothers 1979 film; starring Derek Yee The Young Lovers 1949 film, American drama about dancer afflicted with polio Young Lovers, Hong Kong-based Shaw ...

                                               

Annika Hoydal

Annika Hoydal is a Faroese singer and actress.Hoydal was a contestant for the 1979 Dansk Melodi Grand Prix and was nominated for the 2016 Faroese Music Awards.

                                               

Digger (2020 film)

Digger is a 2020 Greek drama film directed by Georgis Grigorakis. It had its world premier screening as part of the Panorama section at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the independent jury International Confederation of ...

                                               

Unlocking Film Heritage

Unlocking Film Heritage was one of the biggest film digitisation projects ever undertaken and it encompassed the BFI National Archive together with national and regional audiovisual archival institutions in United Kingdom. Between 2013-2017 aroun ...

                                               

Young Economist of the Year

Young Economist of the Year is an academic award granted to individuals that won the competition of the same name hosted by the Royal Economic Society in association with the Financial Times. High school students around the world taking A Level a ...

                                               

65th Filmfare Awards

The 65th Filmfare Awards ceremony, presented by The Times Group, honored the best Indian Hindi-language films of 2019. The ceremony was held on 15 February 2020 in Guwahati and broadcast on Colors TV the following day. This is the first time in s ...

                                               

Baseball strike

A strike in baseball results when a batter swings at and misses a pitch, does not swing at a pitch in the strike zone or hits a foul ball that is not caught. Baseball strike may also refer to: 1976 Major League Baseball lockout 1972 Major League ...

                                               

New Akina Etranger

New Akina Etranger is the fourth studio album by Japanese singer Akina Nakamori. It was released on 10 August 1983 under the Warner Pioneer label. Its Nakamoris first album to receive a reward for The Album of the Year in the 25th Japan Record Aw ...

                                               

Yunus (disambiguation)

Yunus is a common given name, Yunus may also refer to: Muhammad Yunus, a Bangladeshi social entrepreneur who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize Yunusabad or Yunus Abad, a Tashkent district Tan Sri Hassan Yunus Stadium, a multi-use Malaysian stadiu ...

                                               

Balbir Dutt

Balbir Dutt is a senior Indian journalist. He is the Founder Director and Editor in Chief of Hindi daily Deshpran. He is also the author of several scholar books. He is the recipient of prestigious Padma Shri award.

                                               

Jo Tu Na Mila

Jo Tu Na Mila is a 2018 Pakistani song. It is sung & composed by Asim Azhar and lyrics were written by Kunaal Verma.

                                               

Barani Institute of Sciences

The Barani Institute of Sciences, or BIS is a private institute having its campuses in Sahiwal and Burewala. It is affiliated with Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi.

                                               

Erlic Pinto

Air Vice Marshal Erlic Wilmot Pinto, PVSM was an Air officer in the Indian Air Force. He was the Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief Western Air Command when he was killed in an air crash in Poonch. He served in the IAF from 1940 until his death in 1 ...

                                               

Parking (2019 film)

Parking is a 2019 internationally co-produced romantic drama film directed by Tudor Giurgiu. It is based on the novel Apropierea by Marin Malaicu-Hondrari who co-wrote the screenplay along Giurgiu. It stars Mihai Smarandache, Belen Cuesta, Ariadn ...

                                               

Neustadt

Neustadt an der Waag or Nove Mesto nad Vahom, Slovakia Neustadt im Burzenland or Cristian, Brașov, Romania Wiener Neustadt, Austria Neustadt Strasbourg, a district of Strasbourg, France Neustadt, Ontario, Canada

                                               

Golden Mask

Zlota Maska pl, a Polish theatre award Golden Mask Russian award, a Russian theatre festival and award Guldmasken in English: The Golden Mask, a Swedish theatre award Masque d’Or, a French prize for amateur productions awarded every four years by ...

                                               

Mirjana Gardinovacki

Mirjana Gardinovachki born Marjana Andjelkovic is a Serbian film and theatre actress. She was a leading player at the Serbian National Theatre from the 1970s.

                                               

Tir na nOg (disambiguation)

Tir na nOg is an otherworldly realm in Irish mythology. Tir na nOg may also refer to: Tir na n-Og Award, abbreviated TnaO, a set of annual childrens literary awards in Wales from 1976 Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog, a live-action show from 1998 by ...

                                               

Rosalie

Rosalie may refer to: Rosalie given name In theater and film: Rosalie, an award-winning 1966 short film by the Polish film director Walerian Borowczyk Rosalie musical, a 1928 musical by the Gershwins and others Rosalie film, a 1937 film version o ...

                                               

Afrolit Sans Frontieres Festival

The Afrolit Sans Frontieres Festival is a virtual literary festival founded by South African author and curator Zukiswa Wanner as a response to the Curfews and lockdowns related to the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic within the African continent.

                                               

The Argus

The Argus Dundalk, a newspaper in Dundalk, Ireland The Argus, a literary magazine of Northwestern State University in Louisiana, United States The Argus Seattle, a defunct newspaper from Seattle, Washington, United States The Argus Fremont, a new ...

                                               

Warren Masemola

Montloana Warren Masemola is a South African actor, popularly known for portraying Lentswe Mokethi on the television soapie, Scandal!

                                               

Vladimir Sangi

Sangi was born 18 March 1935 in the nomadic settlement Nabil now a village in Sakhalin Oblast. He graduated from Herzen University in 1959. He was a member of the Union of Soviet Writers starting in 1962. In 1965 he completed upper literature cou ...

                                               

Witold Sadowy

Witold Sadowy is a Polish film and theatre actor as well as publicist and columnist of the Gazeta Wyborcza daily and Zycie na goraco magazine.

                                               

Gloria Fernandez Fernandez

Gloria Fernandez is a Spanish painter born in Monforte de Lemos, Lugo, in 1913. She died in Madrid in 1996. Monforte de Lemos is a city in northwest Spain called Galicia. She is included in the Bibliography of Galician Painters. Gloria has exhibi ...

                                               

Frank Micheal Fernandez, Jr.

Frank Micheal Fernandez, Jr. was a notable Isleño advocate as well as an educator, historian, and community leader in St. Bernard Parish. Through his advocacy and exposure in the community, he attracted academics like Samuel G. Armistead, among o ...

                                               

Goodbye Barcelona

Goodbye Barcelona is a British stage musical with music and lyrics by K.S. Lewkowicz and a book by Judith Johnson. The musical is inspired by the true story of the International Brigades and tells the story of 18 year old Sammy from Londons East ...

                                               

Bandara Wijethunga

Senarath Bandara Ananda Kulathilaka Wijethunga, popularly known as Bandara K. Wijethunga, was a poet, short story writer, creative publisher, songwriter and radio artist.

                                               

Rosie

One of the title characters of Rosie and Jim, British childrens television programme Rosie Awards, name given to the Alberta Film and Television Awards Rosie TV series, a 1970s BBC TV police series

                                               

Chawki Mejri

Chawki Mejri was a Tunisian film director,noted for his films realisation in Syria and Egypt, best known as the director of the Kingdom of Ants movie.

                                               

Nefta Football Club

Nefta Football Club is a 2018 live action short film directed by French director Yves Piat. It has been selected and awarded at several film festivals including Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, Palm Springs International Film F ...

                                               

Tomislav Zografski

Tomislav Zografski was a Macedonian composer and music pedagogue who also wrote music for film and television. His progressive neoclassical language played a key part in the journey of Macedonian music toward the postmodern era. Zografski was bor ...

                                               

Puppets and Puppets

Puppets and Puppets is a shared creative endeavor between Carly Mark and Ayla Argentina. Argentina does much of the sewing while Mark is the creative director and publicist. In British Vogue Mark explains the creative division of labor as," My ma ...

                                               

Drop dead

Drop Dead Festival, an annual Deathrock festival held in New York Drop Dead Fred, a 1991 comedy fantasy film starring Rik Mayall "Drop Dead", a 1956 science fiction short story by Clifford D. Simak Drop Dead Diva, TV series

                                               

Aspetto

Aspetto is based in Fredericksburg, Virginia. The president and CEO of the company is Abbas Haider, who founded Aspetto in 2008. Robert Davis later joined the company, and serves as the company’s chief operating officer. The company began as a re ...

                                               

Jumpman

"Jumpman" song, the Drake and Future song from What a Time to Be Alive Jumpman film, 2018 Russian film Jumpman band, British experimental hardcore band

                                               

JL

Jennifer Lawrence born 1990, American actress Jyushin Thunder Liger, professional wrestler John Lennon 1940–1980, singer-songwriter and guitarist of The Beatles John Linnell born 1959, singer/songwriter/keyboardist of the alternative rock band Th ...