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ANIMAArts Network for Integrated Media Applications
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30 on 250 prints via Televisa's distribution unit Videocine--a long-time Anima business partner.
As is well known, Avenues wrote three kinds of commentaries on the De anima: an epitome or short commentary, a middle commentary, and the long commentary.
Anima is a commission from the Liverpool Culture Company for Capital of Culture year.
IN YOUR DREAMS: Anima is at the Unity Theatre from tomorrow: Now see here, my name is Thomson, and that is MY gazelle
Melanchthon's interpretation of De anima is considered in the Neoplatonic tradition, for which reason Salatowsky inserts an excursus on Simplicius.
''The winner of the Prize of the Audience of Anima 2007 for best long play film in the International Competition is ''Paprika'' by Satoshi Kon,'' the organizer announced to a packed hall of animated film fans.
Charles Burney in 1776 acutely pointed out that Cavalieri's Anima e corpo included "almost every form and phrase of musical recitation which occurs in J.
Paul Mealor's 40-minute piece, Requiem: The Souls Of The Righteous, will be performed by the Con Anima chamber choir and orchestra on Saturday.
Paper, $18.00--Aristotle's De anima is the first attempt of a comprehensive and scientific account of the soul as the principle of life in the history of thought.
Singers from Anima's Touring Chorus will receive a firsthand look at the Broadway star's rehearsal process when Sabares-Klemm rehearses along with Anima's beloved longtime accompanist, William Buhr, in preparation for the special concert.