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FILMSFunctional Integrated Library Management System
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The change, though it was made without noise, drew back the film from the placid look at the white ceiling, and he looked most affectionately at me.
She sat numb, staring, incapable of anything save seeing the rapid horror before her eyes that flashed along like a moving picture film gone mad.
Overhead, a film of southerly drifting mist draws a theatrical gauze across the firmament.
The stars ahead dim no more than if a film of mist had been drawn under unobserved, but the deep airboom on our skin changes to a joyful shout.
The thought had the same sort of physical discomfort as is caused by a film of mist always coming between the eyes and the printed page.
Another one of the more popular films to come out of Egypt over the last decade is Atef Hetata's 1999 film Closed Doors.
Most conventional window films transmit less visible light than the 70% necessary to be undetected by the eye.
one must ask: What are we to make of the resurgent interest in blaxploitation films in American culture, and how are we to receive this newly erected Shaft?
In the best of all worlds, making documentary films makes you more honest--it forces you into worlds and situations you might never have known.
Last year, 100MeterFilms subtitled around 20 Japanese films in English, and this year they are planning to to run a series of workshops on producing, much of which will be based on Williams's EAVE experience.
In the three years since Mel Gibson released "The Passion of the Christ," hundreds of films with Judeo-Christian, spiritual and family-friendly themes have hit the screen -- from "The Nativity Story" to "Amazing Grace.