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Akbar Salahuddin Ahmed, also known as Akbar Ahmed, is an American-Pakistani academic, author, poet, playwright, filmmaker and former diplomat. Richard Charles Lintern is an English stage, voice and screen actor. — Education — Lintern studied English Literature at Durham University as a member of Van Mildert College, graduating with a 2:1 degree in 1984. Lintern in Alpbach, Austria (Better image requested please, no backlit silhouette). Her film debut and first major role was in Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love. She has gone on to appear in the television series The Canterbury Tales, Rome, Luther, Human Target, and Game of Thrones. Epic films are a style of filmmaking with large scale, sweeping scope, and spectacle. The usage of the term has shifted over time, sometimes designating a film genre and at other times simply synonymous with big budget filmmaking. Italian film Cabiria (1914), one of the earliest epic films and one of the most influential movies ever made. A biographical film, or biopic, is a film that dramatizes the life of a non-fictional or historically-based person or people. Such films show the life of a historical person and the central character's real name is used. The first written records for the history of France appeared in the Iron Age. What is now France made up the bulk of the region known to the Romans as Gaul. Roman writers noted the presence of three main ethno-linguistic groups in the area: the Gauls, the Aquitani, and the Belgae.

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In the middle or latter part of 1547, Foxe moved to London and probably lived in Stepney. Foxe walked warily as befitted one who had published Protestant books in his own name. As the political climate worsened, Foxe believed himself personally threatened by Bishop Stephen Gardiner. There he was unwillingly drawn into a bitter theological controversy. One faction favored the church polity and liturgy of the Book of Common Prayer while the other advocated Reformed models promoted by John Calvin's Genevan church. After the death of Mary I in 1558, Foxe was in no hurry to return home, and he waited to see if religious changes instituted by her successor, Elizabeth I, would take root. In 1554, while still in exile, Foxe published in Latin at Strasbourg the first shadow of his great book, emphasizing the persecution of the English Lollards during the fifteenth century. But as word of the contemporary English persecution made its way to the continent, Foxe began to collect materials to continue his story to the present. Foxe's own contribution was his compilation of the English martyrs from the period of the Lollards through the persecution of Mary I. Sometimes Foxe copied documents verbatim; sometimes he adapted them to his own use. Foxe's inaction as a canon of the cathedral led him to him being declared contumacious, and he was charged with failing to give a tithe for repairs to the cathedral. Perhaps his poverty made him unwilling to spare the time or money to make visits or contributions. Perhaps his move was motivated by his concerns about Norfolk's exceptionally poor judgment in attempting to marry Mary Stuart, which led to his imprisonment in the Tower in 1569 and his condemnation in 1572 following the Ridolfi Plot. When a number of Flemish Anabaptists were taken by Elizabeth's government in 1572 and sentenced to be burnt, Foxe first wrote letters to the Queen and her council asking for their lives and then wrote the prisoners themselves (having his Latin draft translated into Flemish) pleading with them to abandon what he considered their theological errors.


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It is also perhaps the only film on this list that truly deserves major Oscars appreciation come February. Revenge Everything you’ve heard about Revenge, one of the most provocative movies of the year, is true. It’s a blood-soaked fable, a rape-revenge movie made with style and subtext. What director Coralie Fargeat has achieved in Revenge is similar to what Julia Ducournau did last year with her feminist cannibal film, Raw. Both directors used the language of horror cinema to convey ideas specific to women, by combining French arthouse storytelling with American exploitation. Ghost Stories It’s been a while since we’ve had a good British horror story. Ghost Stories, directed by Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson, is about a man who has devoted his life to debunking paranormal activity - a fairly common trope, abused by those wretched Conjuring movies - and through three seemingly unrelated cases goes on a twisted journey of self-realisation. Mandy Directed by Panos Cosmatos, who previously made the trippy Beyond the Black Rainbow, Mandy is the exactly the sort of film you’d like to imagine Nicolas Cage has been trying to make for the last two decades, but always missing the mark. Hold the Dark Hold the Dark isn’t an easy watch - if the dourness doesn’t get you, the violence will - but it’s gripping. From the very first scene, it latches onto your neck and drags you, despite your protests, to where it wants you. Apostle Apostle is a dense horror-fantasy in the vein of the cult British film, The Wicker Man (not the ridiculous remake starring Nicolas Cage) and director Ben Wheatley’s Kill List - a departure from the martial arts mania of director Gareth Evans’ Raid movies. It’s more sprawling in its scope - despite the claustrophobia of being set on an island - and more layered in its world-building. Renai returning to find the dead body of Elise Rainier in her living room and Josh gone. Renai played by Rose Byrne, who I know as Ellen Parsons, the brilliant legal protege of Patty Hughes (Glenn Close) in the TV series Damages, and so have no problem believing her version of events.


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The bonus, which will be published in the Premier League's annual review early in the new year, is a substantial increase on the ? . m Scudamore was allocated in 2013 for his TV rights negotiations. It was agreed at the PL summer summit last June by the remuneration group of Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck, Stoke owner Peter Coates, Sunderland's Ellis Short and Manchester City director John Williams. Chelsea are negotiating with the 40-plus owners of flats on the Stamford Bridge site whose homes will have to be knocked down in preparation for the new stadium. Yet the club have an even harder customer than penthouse dweller Ken Bates, with whom they must agree a premium buying price. One apartment is owned by West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady, whose skill at doing deals is demonstrated by the Hammers' bargain of the century in paying only ? . m a year rent for the London Stadium. The growing trend in football since the arrival of 'intermediaries' as agents is for the players to be represented by family members. This has spread to cricket, with Test newcomer Ben Duckett looked after by his father Graham and teenage batting prodigy Haseeb Hameed having dad Ismail and brothers Nuaman and Safwaan closely managing his rise to fame. When former FA chairman Greg Dyke rashly set England the goal of winning the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, he paid little attention to the weather. Fortunately for the players, the heat will dip in December — but the opening nine days will be challenging. Qatar turns on charm The Qatar charm offensive over their controversial staging of the World Cup has started in earnest with an all-expenses-paid media trip around this week's Association of National Olympic Committees summit in Doha to showcase their World Cup preparations.

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I did another one about the life of Edgar Allan Poe, which is an idea that I’m still struggling with to this day. It’s quite a challenge, and, of course, it also has to be very negative. How can you have an upbeat ending with that man’s life. That’s something I knew about and could relate to, and I felt that I had a feel for the vernacular, so I wrote Hell’s Kitchen about three brothers in the late forties trying 220 CLASSIC AMERICAN FILMS to rise up out of the New York City slums. One of the brothers, as I mentioned earlier, was a club fighter, and later, after Rocky, when the script was finally made as Paradise Alley, the boxer became a wrestler. They had a number of major stars—like Ryan O’Neal, James Caan, and Burt Reynolds—all interested in the role, but you turned them down, insisting that you play the lead. It was so hot in the place we were living that my wife would get nosebleeds when she tried to cook. I was at an age where I was still full of raging optimism. If it had been ten years later, I would have been a lot more jaded, and I probably would have given in. So, let’s face it, it wasn’t a matter of life and death. Things were tough, but no one was going to end up dead. On the other hand, I really believed that I was at a dead end with the acting, so the dye was cast. I’d become, at best, a guest shot on some of the TV shows like Chuck Connors’s Police Story, and Kojak, and some others. But that was it, and I was convinced that I’d never be offered anything more.