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Amasia Entertainment

Amasia Entertainment is an American entertainment company founded in 2012, by Michael A. Helfant, and Bradley Gallo and is based in Los Angeles. It specializes in film and television production. Helfant and Gallo prior to Amasia Entertainment wor ...

Law and Order (1942 film)

Law and Order is a 1942 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by Sam Robins. The film stars Buster Crabbe, Al St. John, Dave OBrien, Sarah Padden, Wanda McKay and Charles King. The film was released on August 21, 1942, by Pro ...

Gun Runner (film)

Gun Runner is a 1949 American Western film directed by Lambert Hillyer and written by J. Benton Cheney. The film stars Jimmy Wakely, Dub Taylor, Noel Neill, Mae Clarke, Kenne Duncan and Marshall Reed. The film was released on January 30, 1949, by ...

Valley of Fear (film)

Valley of Fear is a 1947 American Western film directed by Lambert Hillyer and written by J. Benton Cheney. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton, Christine McIntyre, Tris Coffin, Ed Cassidy and Eddie Parker. The film was released on F ...

The Sonata (film)

The Sonata is a 2018 mystery thriller film, directed by Andrew Desmond, from a screenplay by Desmond and Arthur Morin. It stars Freya Tingley, Simon Abkarain, James Faulkner, Rutger Hauer, Matt Barber and James Kermack. It was released in the Uni ...

London Suite (film)

London Suite is 1996 American television film directed by Jay Sandrich and starring Kelsey Grammer, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards and Madeline Kahn. It is based on Neil Simons play of the same name.

Swing (upcoming film)

Swing is an upcoming American drama film directed by Michael Mailer, from a screenplay by Vojin Gjaja. It stars Michael Shannon, Alexander Ludwig, Charles Melton, David James Elliott and Ash Santos.

Relic (2020 film)

Relic is an 2020 American-Australian horror film directed by Natalie Erika James in her directorial debut, from a screenplay by James and Christian White. It stars Emily Mortimer, Robyn Nevin and Bella Heathcote. It had its world premiere at the ...

Winding Roads (film)

Winding Roads is a 1999 American independent drama film produced and directed by Theodore Melfi in his feature directorial debut. Melfi wrote the screenplay with his future wife, actress Kimberly Quinn, who stars in the film with Katrina Holden B ...

Two Heads on a Pillow

Two Heads on a Pillow is a 1934 American romance film directed by William Nigh and written by Albert DeMond. The film stars Neil Hamilton, Miriam Jordan, Henry Armetta, Hardie Albright, Dorothy Appleby and Mary Forbes. The film was released on Oc ...

List of accolades received by Marriage Story

Marriage Story is a 2019 American comedy-drama film written, directed and produced by Noah Baumbach. The film stars Adam Driver, Scarlett Johansson, Laura Dern, Alan Alda, Ray Liotta, Azhy Robertson, Julie Hagerty, Merritt Wever, and Wallace Shaw ...

College Kumar (2020 film)

College Kumar is a 2020 Indian bilingual comedy film written and directed by Hari Santhosh. A remake of the 2017 Kannada film of the same name, it was simultaneously shot in Tamil and Telugu languages, with Prabhu starring in Tamil and Rajendra P ...

The Lone Rider Rides On

The Lone Rider Rides On is a 1941 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by Joseph ODonnell. The film stars George Houston as the Lone Rider and Al St. John as his sidekick "Fuzzy" Jones, with Hillary Brooke, Karl Hackett, Lee ...

Gerald Wilson (writer)

Gerald Wilson was a Canadian writer, best known for his screenplays. He had a notable collaborative relationship with Michael Winner. He wrote teleplays for Scandinavian television. He was born in Pittsburgh and raised in Canada. He moved to Engl ...

True Stories

True Stories may refer to: True Stories Talking Heads album, a 1986 Talking Heads album featuring songs from the film True Stories film, a 1986 film by Talking Heads frontman David Byrne Sounds from True Stories, the soundtrack from the film True ...

David Barr

David or Dave Barr may refer to: Dave Barr ice hockey born 1960, Canadian ice hockey player Dave Barr American football born 1972, American football quarterback Dave Barr golfer born 1952, Canadian golfer Dave Barr motorcyclist born 1953, America ...

Padma Hejmadi

Padma Hejmadi was born in Madras and grew up in India. She did graduate study at the University of Michigan, where she won the Hopgood Award For Fiction. She has taught seminars and given readings at Vassar College, Columbia University and the Rh ...

Silver Landings

Silver Landings is the seventh studio album by American singer-songwriter Mandy Moore, released on March 6, 2020, via Verve Forecast Records. It is her first studio album in 11 years, following Amanda Leigh. Moore was due to promote the album wit ...

Tandy

Tandy Corporation, a leather supply company which became the RadioShack Corporation in 2000 Tandy 1000, a computer released in 1984 Tandy Color Computer, released in 1980 Tandy 2000, a computer released in 1983 Tandy Computers InterTAN, the now-d ...

Quietus (disambiguation)

Titus Fulvius Iunius Quietus was a Roman usurper. Quietus Latin for "calm" or "at rest" may also refer to: People: Titus Avidius Quietus, Roman politician Lusius Quietus, Roman general and governor In popular culture: Quietus, a 1979 short story ...

Cheaters (disambiguation)

"Cheaters" Will & Grace, a two-part episode of Will & Grace The Cheaters TV series, a British TV series broadcast 1960–1962

The Man Who Knew Too Much

The Man Who Knew Too Much 1956 film, a film by Alfred Hitchcock starring James Stewart and Doris Day "The Man Who Knew Too Much", a 2011 episode of American TV series Supernatural, season six, #22 The Man Who Knew Too Much 1934 film, a film by Al ...

Flambeau

Flambeau may refer to: Fiesta Flambeau parade, during Fiesta San Antonio, Texas, U.S. A burning torch, especially one carried in procession Flambeau, a multi-flame torch traditionally carried in night parades during New Orleans Mardi Gras, Louisi ...

Tower of Babel (disambiguation)

In Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine computer game by LucasArts, the Tower of Babel was a temple to the god Marduk, who ordered them to build a great Machine within the Tower Tower of Babel board game, board game by Reiner Knizia There is an ...

Blow up

Blow up, Blow-up or Blowup may refer to: Blow-up and Other Stories, a short story collection by Julio Cortazar An inflatable Blow Up magazine, an Italy-based music magazine Explosion Blowup, a 1966 film by Michelangelo Antonioni

Orientation of the cats (Orientacion de los Gatos)

Orientation Of The Cats is a short story published in the book We love Glenda so much by the Argentinian writer Julio Cortazar. It was published in 1980. The story portrays the relationship between Alana, the narrator, and their cat Osiris. It to ...

Evensong (disambiguation)

Evensong is the common name for a Christian church service originating in the Anglican tradition as part of the reformed practice of the Daily Office or canonical hours. Evensong may also refer to:

Closing time

Closing Time: The True Story of the Goodbar Murder, a 1977 book by Lacey Fosburgh "Closing Time", a short story by Neil Gaiman included in the 2006 collection Fragile Things Closing Time novel, a 1994 novel and sequel to Catch-22 by Joseph Heller

Sunbird (disambiguation)

Sunbird may refer to: Sunbird, a fire spell in the online game Wizard101 The Sunbird, a book by Wilbur Smith Sunbird, a person, especially an older person, who moves to a more desirable climate Mozilla Sunbird, a calendar and scheduling program S ...

Azazel (disambiguation)

Azazel is a name possibly occurring in the book of Leviticus, and the subject of discussion in Rabbinic and Patristic literature. Azazel may also refer to:

In the End (disambiguation)

"In the End" Kat DeLuna song, 2008 "In the End", a song by Anthrax from Worship Music "In the End", a song by Green Day from Dookie "In the End" Black Veil Brides song, 2012 In the End: Live & Rare, an EP by Linkin Park "In the End", a song by Ru ...

Lara Peake

Peake had her initial breakthrough at the age of 15, when she was cast opposite George MacKay in Duane Hopkins independent feature film Bypass. This earned her a spot on the 2015 longlist for the British Independent Film Awards Most Promising New ...

Fear of Falling

"Fear of Falling", a song by Uriah Heep from Sea of Light "Fear of Falling", a song by Cutting Crew from their debut album Broadcast "Fear of Falling", the B-side of "Apply Some Pressure" by Maxïmo Park "Fear of Falling" The Badlees song, from 19 ...

The Eyes Have It

The Eyes Have It may refer to: "The Eyes Have It" Charmed, a 2003 episode of the television series Charmed "The Eyes Have It" Lois & Clark, a 1995 episode of the television series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman The Eyes Have It Grey ...

Lensman (disambiguation)

Lensman is a science fiction book series by Edward Elmer Smith. Second Stage Lensmen, originally published in four parts, November 1941 – February 1942 First Lensman, the second novel of the series, published in 1950 Gray Lensman, the fourth book ...

Christmas Eve (disambiguation)

Christmas Eve is the evening or day before Christmas Day, occurring on December 24 in Western Christianity and the secular world. Christmas Eve may also refer to:

Diary of a Madman

Diary of a Madman may refer to: Diary of a Madman film, a 1963 horror film starring Vincent Price "The Horla" and "The Diary of a Madman" two short stories by Guy de Maupassant which were basis of above film "A Madmans Diary", a short story by Lu ...

The Portrait

The Portrait may refer to: The Portrait painting, a painting by Rene Magritte The Portrait short story, a short story by Nikolai Gogol The Portrait opera, an opera composed by Mieczyslaw Weinberg based on the short story The Portrait upcoming fil ...

Carriage (disambiguation)

Chassis, the undercarriage of a motor vehicle Gun carriage, an apparatus upon which a field gun is mounted for manoeuvering, firing, and transport Landing gear, the undercarriage of an aircraft or spacecraft Continuous track, the undercarriage of ...

The Night Before Christmas (disambiguation)

"The Night Before Christmas" is an alternative title of the poem "A Visit from St. Nicholas" by Clement Clarke Moore. The Night Before Christmas may also refer to:

Foma

Foma may refer to: Foma album, by The Nixons Foma Bohemia, a manufacturer of photographic and industrial films, papers and chemicals in the Czech republic Foma, the narrator of Nikolai Gogols short story "A Bewitched Place" FOMA Freedom of Mobile ...

Mortal coil (disambiguation)

This Mortal Coil book, a 1947 collection of short stories by Cynthia Asquith Skulduggery Pleasant: Mortal Coil, the fifth book in the Skulduggery Pleasant series Mortal Coils, a 1922 collection of short stories by Aldous Huxley

Happily Ever After

Happily Ever After, a 1997 childrens book by Anna Quindlen Happily Ever After, a 1993 play by Elliott Hayes "Happily Ever After", a short story by Aldous Huxley, included in his 1920 collection Limbo

The Juniper Tree

The Juniper Tree can refer to: The Juniper Tree, an opera by Joshua Ollswang The Juniper Tree novel, a novel by Barbara Comyns Carr 1985 The Juniper Tree fairy tale, a fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm The Juniper Tree, a 1997 opera by Roderick Wa ...

Special Delivery

"Special Delivery" short story, a 1953 short story by Damon Knight Special Delivery novel, a 1997 novel by Danielle Steel Special Delivery, a Thomas & Friends 2006 PC game

Semper fi (disambiguation)

Semper fi is a shortened form of the Latin phrase semper fidelis. Semper fi Semper Fi may also refer to: Semper Fi 2009, an episode of Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight Semper Fi 2011, a Trace Adkins song from Proud to Be Here, deluxe edition "Semper Fi ...

What Rough Beast

What Rough Beast is a phrase taken from the 1919 W. B. Yeats poem The Second Coming and has been used as the title for several works of fiction and non-fiction.

High Lonesome

High Lonesome, a 1996 short story collection by Barry Hannah High Lonesome: New & Selected Stories, 1966–2006, a short story collection by Joyce Carol Oates High Lonesome, a 1962 Western novel by Louis LAmour

The Quick and the Dead

Alphabetical by authors surname The Quick and the Dead 2002, a novel by Joy Williams The Quick and the Dead: Biomedical Theory in Ancient Egypt 2004, a non-fiction book by Andrew Hunt Gordon and Calvin W. Schwabe postulating that the origin of th ...

Primrose Path

Primrose Path or The Primrose Path may refer to: The Primrose Path 1925 film, an American silent film starring Clara Bow Primrose Path film, a 1940 film Primrose Path album, an album by Jimmy Knepper with Bobby Wellins The Primrose Path 1934 film ...