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 Goal! movie,trailer,review,pics,pictures,poster,news,DVD at The Z Review
This site has no intention to infringe on the rights of the film owners of Goal!
in major football film Goal!, the first installment in a football trilogy
Gaël García Bernal is in talks to play the leading role in Goal!, a planned trilogy of movies about the rise of a Latino soccer star living in Los Angeles.
www.thezreview.co.uk /comingsoon/g/goal.htm   (1171 words)

  
 Course Content Guide:
5.0 FILM TYPES Instructional Goal The goal is to develop knowledge of the various types of film that are used in all areas of medical radiography.
Objectives 2 2.1 Film Construction 2.1.1 Diagram, identify, and label the principal layers of a double emulsion radiographic film.
4.2.5 Identify several causes of artifacts on film caused by improper film handling.
www.pcc.edu /edserv/ccg/RAD/RAD_132.htm   (1948 words)

  
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This film would certainly be lacking in ideological content were this vague analogy its only goal, especially given that the movie stated that the Rockefeller foundation, a foundation began by the world’s foremost capitalist, commissioned a health project to Puerto Rico with the goal of curing the fever.
La Habanera, the film’s ideological message is to provide women a harmless space for their fantasy of romance and a better life and to warn them against leaving their dutiful husbands, who in 1942 are likely enlisted in the army and concerned about the loyalty of their wives.
Film is a safe way to both provide the illusion of desire fulfillment and to simultaneously contain the desires through ideological mechanisms.
www.termpaperedge.com /contentpartners/paper5.html   (1948 words)

  
 Bradley Scout Online
She said the film’s satiric elements were being removed, as was much of its social commentary on the perpetuation of violence in today’s media.
A cross between hockey and roller derby, the goal of rollerball is to gain control of an eight-pound steel ball and throw it into your team’s goal, resulting in lots of sparks and siren-squealing.
Rollerball was invented by the ruthless Alexi Petrovich (Jean Reno), a wealthy tycoon who desperately wants to snare an American cable deal with his latest sports venture.
www.buscout.com /ver4.0/2002-02-15/ball.shtml   (1948 words)

  
 Dual Lens - Running Out Of Time
The film’s main character has a goal and the audience is satisfied when, at the end of the film, that goal is achieved.
It’s a film of manipulation and misdirection in which the director—via Cheung—shows the audience all the ways that he manipulates them into believing what he wants them to believe.
This is not a film of suspense, where the audience knows what’s coming and is hoping for success or failure.
www.duallens.com /index.asp?reviewId=22203   (518 words)

  
 FootyMania Football (Soccer) Movies: Goal!
“The producers behind "Goal", the $100 million film trilogy which is planning for a release in Fall 2005, have contacted a London talent agency - Ethnics Artiste Agency in search for Latin American actors to join the cast of "Goal".
So after a decent set of results in Europe, Goal!, part 1 is featured to come out in the US in March, distributed by Buena Vista.
David Beckham is now out of the Goal!
www.footymania.com /movies.phtml?movieID=1   (3066 words)

  
 Conspiracy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Conspiracy (film), the name of a television film about the Wannsee conference.
Conspiracy (film) can also refer to a 2001 TV film released by HBO, starring Kenneth Branagh, Stanley Tucci, and Colin Firth, about the Wannsee Conference in 1942 Germany.
In common, non-legal usage, "conspiring” is the act of working in secret to obtain some improper goal, generally with negative connotations.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Conspiracy   (233 words)

  
 Miracle (film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
During filming at a residence of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, rowdy residents disturbed filming by hanging USSR flags in the residence windows, reporting the shoot to the fire marshal, yelling distracting taunts at the actors, and even stealing Kurt Russell's chair.
Herb Brooks died in a car accident during principal photography of this film (August 11, 2003).
The US ties the game 3-3 with Mark Johnson's second goal of the game early in the final period, before Eruzione scored the game winner with 10 minutes left in the third.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Miracle_(movie)   (871 words)

  
 Ishtar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the 1963 film "Blood Feast" by Herschal Gordan Lewis, Ishtar is the goddess who inspires shopkeeper Fuad Ramses to murder, disembowel, and eat young women, with the ultimate goal being Ishtar's return to power on earth.
The meaning of Ishtar is not known, though it is possible that the underlying stem is the same as that of Assur, which would thus make her the "leading one" or "chief".
Ishtar is a universe-class surgeon and geneticist in three of Heinlein's novels, Time Enough for Love, To Sail Beyond the Sunset, and The Number of the Beast.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ishtar   (1329 words)

  
 Sleeper
A Sleeper is an automobile that has any manner of modified engine, drivetrain, suspension, brakes or other parts, with the goal of improving its original performance, while still maintaining the outward appearance of a stock, factory equipped vehicle.
A sleeper or sleeper hit is something, such as a movie (sleeper film), book, or product, that obtains unexpected recognition or success.
Sleeper was an English indie band who released three albums in the mid to late 1990s.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/s/sl/sleeper.html   (218 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Transnational issues of Luxembourg
It also participates in the Schengen Group, whose goal is the free movement of citizens among member states.
Luxembourg is a member of the Benelux Economic Union and was one of the founding members of the European Economic Community (now the European Union).
Luxembourg is the site of the European Court of Justice, the European Court of Auditors, and other vital EU organs.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Transnational-issues-of-Luxembourg   (219 words)

  
 HBO Films: Yesterday - Synopsis
Yesterday herself never had the chance to go to school, and as she faces her affliction she sets her sights on a single goal: to be with Beauty on her first day of class, along with all the other proud mothers of Rooihoek.
HBO Films presents a watershed film for South Africa, and a film of many firsts.
Yesterday is the first international feature film ever shot in the Zulu language, and is the first South African film to receive an Oscar® nomination (in the category of Best Foreign Language Film).
www.hbo.com /films/yesterday/synopsis   (594 words)

  
 Willow
The film follows the story of Willow, whose main goal in life, besides being a good father and husband, is to become a sorcerer.
One of the reasons Willow didn't have a lot of box office pull was that this is the first and only film to have a "little person" as the major protagonist.
The whole film seems like a mishmash of Lucas's prior films combined with the story of Moses.
www.digitalmonkeybox.com /willow.htm   (911 words)

  
 Language of Film
Film stories usually have a structure that progresses scene by scene from the statement of a situation, through a development of the conflict, to a climax that closes the play.
Once inside the club, the parallel film pattern changes, and concentrates on the relationship between the dancer (as shown in 9 and II), who is really the victim in disguise, and the confused hunter (shown in 8, 10 and 12).
Their interrelation can be immediate (as in a race where two opponents are moving towards a common goal), or delayed to the end, such as in the example quoted, where the identity of the man who speaks (he is the master of ceremonies) is carefully hidden from the audience at the beginning of the story.
www-viz.tamu.edu /faculty/parke/ends489f00/notes/sec6_2.html   (6683 words)

  
 Hippy's Happy Film Reviews - Stigmata
Although the stigmata is really only the vehicle to take us to the goal where we must question the Church and its workings, it is a substantial part of the film and is delivered well.
This is not the way I want to enjoy a film and I'm sure as hell it's not how the director, producer and distributor want it to be presented.
This is where the film makes its greatest attack on the Catholic Church; that it is self serving, self protecting and has wrongly positioned itself as the only legitimate way to God.
www.hippy.freeserve.co.uk /stigmata.htm   (933 words)

  
 SFSC Home
With 80 percent of all silent film prints gone forever, the Society's goal is to heighten public awareness to expedite film preservation.
The Silent Film Society and Chicago Area Theatre Organ Enthusiasts (CATOE) are proud to co-present the 1926 silent comedy Mantrap on Sunday, May 7, 2006, at the Arcada Theatre in St. Charles, IL.
In addition to silent film screenings, the Society's ongoing projects include a field trip program for children in grades 5 through 12 called Discovering the Silent Cinema, as well as its highly acclaimed Silent Summer Film Festival.
www.silentfilmchicago.com   (257 words)

  
 FrontPage magazine.com :: PLO Propaganda Film "Jenin, Jenin" by Lee Kaplan
What he doesn't say on film is that he rejected the blood supplies the IDF brought in from Israel on the grounds that he refused to mix "Jewish blood" with "Arab blood." The Israelis to solve the impasse actually had to import blood from Jordan to supply the hospital.
That is the real goal of  "Jenin, Jenin": to slander Israel in the eyes of the international community, to isolate and weaken her, and ultimately to destroy the Jewish minority in the Middle East.
The film opens with a shot of an elderly Arab man in a hospital with a bandaged hand and foot.
www.frontpagemag.com /Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=12276   (951 words)

  
 CWA - The Truth about Alfred Kinsey
Kinsey's work has been instrumental in advancing acceptance of pornography, homosexuality, abortion, and condom-based sex education, and his disciples even today are promoting a view of children as "sexual beings." Their ultimate goal: to normalize pedophilia, or "adult-child sex."
Kinsey film sugarcoats his record, glosses over child experiments
Kinsey's studies have had an enormous impact on the law and the culture, despite later evidence that the research was fatally flawed and even involved cover-ups of child rape.
www.cwfa.org /kinsey.asp   (763 words)

  
 CBC News Indepth: Canadian Cinema
Film Circuit's Haynes believes that Canadian audiences — in all parts of the country — already like homegrown films and his goal is to simply give these works a home.
The producers of these films also go to extraordinary lengths to cast as wide a net as possible for their films and hit the ground running by beginning an original, ingenious promotion campaign as soon as a movie's funding is secure.
Generally, the Canadian English language film is in a bind, often left looking like an awkward teenager compared to its overexposed and deep-pocketed neighbour to the south or its quirky but popular French-speaking cousin.
www.cbc.ca /arts/features/cdncinema   (763 words)

  
 GreenBooks.TheOneRing.net™ Ostadan's Lore & Letters Glossopoeia for Fun and Profit
Unlike a practical language like Esperanto, in which stability is (as Tolkien himself observed) critically important to its goal of widespread propagation, Tolkien's languages were dynamic and changed as his own tastes changed and, indeed, as his mythology of Arda itself grew and evolved.
Copyrights and trademarks for the books, films, and related properties mentioned herein are held by their respective owners and are used solely for promotional purposes of said properties.
The stereotypical Esperantist is a slightly naïve idealist who sees Esperanto as a way of increasing the brotherhood of mankind through improved communication, and tries to correspond with pen-pals in as many countries as he or she can.
greenbooks.theonering.net /ostadan/files/040101.html   (2973 words)

  
 dso video film reviews Entrapment
There are some uncomfortably voyeuristic (but nonetheless pleasing to the eye) scenes of Zeta-Jones bending and flexing as she practises and sweats (in extreme close-up) her way through a mock-up of the security system they must overcome to achieve their goal.
Interestingly, there are hardly any significant supporting characters as the film focuses on, and is largely carried by, it two stars.
This looks like exactly what it is from the outset - a star vehicle of a film that without its stars would have been just another middling, non-profitable script doing the usual rounds in Hollywood.
www.darkstarorg.demon.co.uk /fr252.htm   (318 words)

  
 The Charitable Spirit of Film Biz
Film Biz funds will be earmarked for their Personal/Professional Development Series for 2001, the goal of which is to form a community of support for their clients.
Film Biz chose specific nonprofits to raise awareness about their good works, to support their endeavors financially, and to publicly thank them for all they do to make our community a better place to live.
This Film Biz night was dedicated in honor of Steve, who was not only the founder/publisher of ICOM and InMotion, but was also a stalwart friend to one and all in the film and video industry of the DC region over the past three decades or more.
www.filmbiz.org /charity.htm   (8187 words)

  
 Digital film academy, New York film school
Because our goal as a film school is not only to create great filmmakers but also to see each and every student work as an independent in this growing industry.
Digital Film Academy is the only State Licensed School that is attached to a full service production company (Digital Film Center) and offers Unlimited Lab Time to sharpen your skills.
The digital film academy provides the best training in digital media and digital filmmaking courses.
www.digitalfilmacademy.com   (277 words)

  
 Press Releases
Yesterday never had the chance to go to school and she sets her sights on a single goal: to be with Beauty on her first day of class, along with all the other proud mothers.
The precarious balance of Yesterday’s life is suddenly threatened when she is diagnosed with AIDS and must journey afar to understand and confront her illness.
This is vividly illustrated in the story of “Yesterday,” as Yesterday’s husband leaves her to work in the mines of Johannesburg.
www.peabody.uga.edu /news/pressrelease.asp?ID=126   (728 words)

  
 TehranAvenue Film The Willow Tree
It is true that this film is a biography, but without a doubt the real Ray Charles suffered much in his life because of his blindness, but the director did not allow this suffering to be included, for his main goal was to prevent the image of a proud and self-sufficient personality to become tainted.
During the entire film, the director never allows even for a moment, for viewers to perceive the blindness of Ray Charles as a disability and use it to provoke their feelings.
This film is based on the life of Ray Charles, the acclaimed and blind Soul musician who also loses his eyesight at a young age.
www.tehranavenue.com /article.php?id=494   (2090 words)

  
 A Form Of Guilt - A short film by Tommy Merry
Although resources are minimal for this first film, Tommy's goal is to meet actors and technicians that will become friends and allies and, eventually, lifelong collaborators for future productions with larger budgets.
Merry has always been interested in making films and over the last several years has acquired 24p digital cameras, a video editing suite (Final cut pro III), and professional Arri lighting.
Tommy Merry also has an instrumental rock band and is considered a virtuoso guitarist in the Bay Area music community.
www.tommymerry.com /fog/story.html   (259 words)

  
 Digital Camera Resolution versus Film Scanner Resolution - Photo Tips @ Earthbound Light
But if you've been waiting for a camera that can give you an image as big as you can get from your film scanner, it may be time to rethink where you set the goal posts.
A film camera records images in a fashion that is surprisingly similar to a digital camera given the immediately obvious differences inherent in the two formats.
Resolution on film is limited to the size of a grain much as it is to the size of a pixel with digital.
www.earthboundlight.com /phototips/digital-versus-film-resolution.html?source=rss   (1285 words)

  
 OOEN Store for Education :: Stalingrad
By the end of the film, with the German infantrymen either extinct or on their way to oblivion, we do clearly see the insanity of war which is obviously the goal of this film.
The hellish battle of Stalingrad, as seen through the eyes of a small band of German soldiers, is the subject of director Joseph Vilsmaier's visually stunning and brutal film Stalingrad.
Stalingrad is a haunting film and one that will linger long after the final credits run.
store.ooen.net /?Operation=ItemLookup&ItemId=6305037280   (3258 words)

  
 Sport Videos & DVDs
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We invite you to browse through our huge selection of over 1100 different video and DVD titles in more than 30 different sports categories.
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 SFSC Home
With 80 percent of all silent film prints gone forever, the Society's goal is to heighten public awareness to expedite film preservation.
The Silent Film Society of Chicago and the Chicago Area Theatre Organ Enthusiasts (CATOE) present Buster Keaton's classic 1928 silent comedy The Cameraman on Sunday, November 20, 2005 at the Arcada Theatre in St. Charles, IL.
In addition to silent film screenings, the Society's ongoing projects include a field trip program for children in grades 5 through 12 called Discovering the Silent Cinema, as well as its highly acclaimed Silent Summer Film Festival.
www.silentfilmchicago.com   (214 words)

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