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Semyon Dezhnev (film)

The film tells about the Russian traveler Semyon Dezhnev, who discovered new Siberian lands, sailed from the Stone Belt to the east of the Eurasian continent and discovered the strait between Asia and North America.

Green Chains

The film takes place in the summer of 1941. Styopa and Misha return to their native Leningrad from a pioneer camp and meet a one-armed man on the way, whom they decide to help. Suddenly, a bombardment begins, which tears them apart, and the lugga ...

Dick Turpin (disambiguation)

Dick Turpin was an English highwayman. Dick Turpin may also refer to: Dick Turpin racehorse born 1929, racehorse Dick Turpin boxer 1920–1990, English middleweight boxer Dick Turpin 1925 film, an American film Dick Turpin 1974 film, a Spanish adve ...

Midnight Train

Midnight Train may refer to: "Midnight Train", a song by The Monkees from Changes "Midnight Train", a song that appeared in Nickelodeons cartoon ChalkZone in the episode "Double Trouble". "Midnight Train", a song by Buddy Guy 1998 "Midnight Train ...

Un, deux, trois (disambiguation)

Un, deux, trois, French for One, two three. It may refer to: "Un, deux trois", song by Fredericks Goldman Jones from their album Fredericks Goldman Jones "Un, Deux, Trois" Candies song "Un, deux, trois", French entry in the Eurovision Song Contes ...

Pinni (2020 film)

Pinni is a 2020 Indian Hindi-language family drama film written and directed by Ayushmann Khurranas wife, Tahira Kashyap Khurrana. This anthology is part of Zindagi inShort, produced by Guneet Mongas production house Sikhya Entertainment. The fil ...

Rathna Kumar

Rathna Kumar is an Indian film director and writer. He is known for directing Meyaadha Maan, which released to above average reviews by critics.

Little Voice

The Little Voice, novel by Joss Sheldon 2016 The Little Voice, story in Shadows anthology The Little Voice, school paper of Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus

Alberto Mielgo

Alberto Mielgo is a Spanish director, artist and animator. His accolades include four Emmy Awards and two Annie Awards. Alberto was an Art Director at Disneys Tron: Uprising and made his debut work as a director with animated short film The Witne ...

Rose Lowder

Lowder was born in the Miraflores District of Lima, Peru. She attended the San Silvestre School. Lowder studied painting and sculpture in Lima at The Art Center and the School of Fine Arts. She moved to the United States for a brief period and th ...

Pawnee

Pawnee initially refers to a Native American people and its language: Pawnee people Pawnee language Pawnee is also the name of several places in the United States: Pawnee, Texas Pawnee National Grassland, Colorado Pawnee, Illinois Pawnee Township ...

Back to Back

Back to Back, a 1996 album by Lee Greenwood Back to Back The Mar-Keys and Booker T. & the M.G.s album, 1967 Back to Back, a 1965 album by The Righteous Brothers Back to Back Status Quo album, 1983 Back to Back Brecker Brothers album, 1976 Back to ...

Thesis (disambiguation)

A thesis is a formal academic work, also known as a dissertation. Thesis may also refer to: Thesis statement, of a dissertation, essay, or other argumentative work Arsis and thesis, used to refer to the downbeat or accented part of a measure or d ...

My Foolish Heart

My Foolish Heart may refer to: My Foolish Heart Don Friedman album, 2003 My Foolish Heart Ralph Towner album, 2017 My Foolish Heart Keith Jarrett album, 2007 My Foolish Heart 2018 film, a Dutch biographical film "My Foolish Heart", a song perform ...

Angel Face

Angel Face may refer to: Angel Face, a character in the 1996 novel Fight Club and its 1999 film adaptation Angel Face 2008 film, a short film written and directed by Cecile Cinco Angel Face, a 2000 EP by Eric Sardinas Angel Face cocktail, a cockt ...

Side street (disambiguation)

A side street is a street that intersects a main street and ends there. Side Street or Streets may also refer to: Side Streets 1998 film, a Merchant Ivory film Sidestreet, a Canadian television drama series "Side Streets", a 2005 song by Saint Et ...

Code of the Cow Country

Code of the Cow Country is a 1927 American Western film directed by Oscar Apfel and written by Betty Burbridge. The film stars Buddy Roosevelt, Hank Bell, Elsa Benham, Melbourne MacDowell, James Sheridan and Richard Neill. The film was released o ...

Gift of Gab

Gift of the Gab may refer to: Gift of Gab film, a black-and-white film released in 1934 by Universal Pictures. An achievement badge that god-tier players may receive in Homestuck, allowing them to converse at any time, without the need for any ai ...

Rich and Famous

Rich and Famous may refer to: Rich and Famous Vice Squad album, by U.K band Vice Squad produced by Paul Rooney Rich and Famous a show from the ITV Studios "Rich and Famous", a song written by Kai Hansen and performed by German power metal band Ga ...

Georgie

Georgie Jessel 1898–1981, American actor and comedian Georgie Denbrough, a fictional character from Stephen Kings novel It Georgie Born b. 1955, British musician and academic George Pocheptsov b. 1992, commonly referred to as "Georgie", an Americ ...

Krull

Krull topology, an example of the profinite group Alexander Krull born 1970, singer Jake Krull 1938–2016, American politician Krulls theorem Krull–Schmidt theorem Annie Krull 1876–1947, German operatic soprano Krull dimension Wolfgang Krull, Germ ...

Grifter

A grifter is a practitioner of confidence tricks. Grifter may also refer to The Grifters Hymnal, a 2012 album by American Ray Wylie Hubbard Grifters band, a 1990s American indie rock band Raleigh Grifter, an English childrens bicycle made by Rale ...

Chickadee (disambiguation)

Chickadees are a group of birds in the family Paridae: Mountain chickadee Black-capped chickadee Boreal chickadee Chestnut-backed chickadee Carolina chickadee Mexican chickadee Chickadee may also refer to: Places Chickadee Lake, a lake in Idaho, ...

End of Innocence

"End of Innocence" Blue Heelers, an episode of Blue Heelers "The End of Innocence", an episode of Survivor: Marquesas "The End of Innocence", an episode of season 5 of Highlander "The End of Innocence" The O.C., an episode of The O.C. "End of Inn ...

800 (disambiguation)

800 may refer to: The international direct dial code for toll-free international phone calls 800 AM, an AM radio station frequency A perfect score on an individual section of the SAT test or on one of the SAT Subject Tests 800 metres, the name an ...

All Tomorrows Parties (disambiguation)

All Tomorrows Parties is a song by The Velvet Underground All Tomorrows Parties may also refer to: All Tomorrows Parties music festival, an annual festival in England All Tomorrows Parties 2009 film, a documentary about the music festival "All To ...

The Ride

RTD Bus & Rail in Denver, commonly referred to as TheRide TheRide, the common name of the Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority The Ride MBTA, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authoritys paratransit program

Lets Get Lost

"Lets Get Lost", a track on Elliott Smiths album From a Basement on the Hill Lets Get Lost album "Lets Get Lost", a track on Carly Rae Jepsens 2015 album Emotion "Lets Get Lost" song, a classic jazz song by Jimmy McHugh and Frank Loesser from the ...

Moonlight Sonata (disambiguation)

Moonlight Sonata is the popular name for the Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp minor "Quasi una fantasia", Op. 27, No. 2 by Ludwig van Beethoven. It may also refer to: The Moonlight Sonata film, a 1988 Finnish film Operation Moonlight Sonata, a code ...

Suite française

Suite française may refer to: Musical compositions: Suite française, album by Jacques Israelievitch Suites françaises, by Johann Sebastian Bach Suite française Poulenc, FP.80, by Francis Poulenc Suite française, by Jean Roger-Ducasse Suite frança ...

Our Daily Bread

Our Daily Bread 1949 film, an East German film Our Daily Bread 1929 film, or The Shadow of a Mine, a silent German film Our Daily Bread 2005 film, a documentary film Our Daily Bread 1934 film, an American drama film Our Daily Bread 1926 film, a G ...

The End Is Nigh (disambiguation)

The end is nigh is a phrase frequently used in relation to potential apocalyptical and eschatologistical events or the Biblical Apocalypse. It can also refer to the following:

Danny (disambiguation)

Danny is a masculine given name. Danny may also refer to: "Lonely Blue Boy" song, originally titled "Danny", a 1960 song from the film King Creole Operation Danny, 1948 Israeli attack on Arab areas in Palestine Danny 2019 film, a 2019 Canadian do ...

Into the Night

Into the Night 1985 film, an American film starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Jeff Goldblum B.B. King "Into the Night", a 1985 documentary film including the video for B. B. Kings song "Into the Night", written for the above feature film Into the Nig ...

Mark of Cain (disambiguation)

The Mark of Cain mainly refers to the Curse and mark of Cain from the Bible. Mark of Cain may also refer to:ham son of Cain, and had Cains mark. The Mark of Cain band, an Australian band The Mark of Cain 2000 film, a 2000 documentary by Alix Lamb ...

Jam session (disambiguation)

A jam session is a relatively informal musical event, process, or activity where musicians, typically instrumentalists, play improvised solos and vamp on tunes, songs and chord progressions. Jam session may also refer to: Jam Sessions, a 2007 vid ...

Trippin (disambiguation)

Trippin or Trippin may refer to: "Trippin" Push song, 1992 "Trippin", a 2000 song by Godsmack from Awake "Trippin" Conro song, 2018 "Trippin", a 2017 song by French Montana from Jungle Rules "Trippin" Oris Jay song, a 2001 song later covered by C ...

Parka (disambiguation)

Parka may refer to: Parka band, a German indie rock band The Reaper 2013 film, a Mexican documentary film, originally released as La parka Parka plant, Silurian plant genus Anorak, clothing

The Hollow Men (disambiguation)

The Hollow Men is a poem by T. S. Eliot. The Hollow Men may also refer to: The Hollow Men comedy troupe, a British comedy troupe The Hollow Men book, book by Nicky Hager about New Zealand politics The Hollow Men Doctor Who, a Doctor Who novel nam ...

Revolving door (disambiguation)

A Revolving door is a type of building entrance. It may also refer to: The Revolving Door, a 1968 documentary film Revolving Door song, a song by American rap-rock group Crazy Town Revolving Door advertisement, a negative television commercial ma ...

Extraterrestrial

Extraterrestrial refers to any object or being beyond the planet Earth. It is derived from the Latin words extra and terrestris. Extraterrestrial may also refer to: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, a 1982 film by Steven Spielberg Extraterrestrial TV d ...

Asim Waqif

Asim Waqif is an Indian artist based in New Delhi, whose work is influenced by interdisciplinary fields of art, architecture, ecology and design. He makes site-specific or interactive installations and sculptures, which are often made out of disc ...

Something Different

Something Different may refer to: Something Different 1920 film, a lost 1920 American silent drama Something Different 1963 film, a 1963 Czechoslovak film Something Different play, a 1967 comedy play by Carl Reiner

A Terrible Woman

A Terrible Woman is a Danish drama film from 2017, directed by Christian Tafdrup. It was made for less than 4 million kroner and was filmed in 16 days. A Terrible Woman premiered at CPH:PIX in October 2017.The film had its Danish premier in Decem ...

Final examination (disambiguation)

A final examination is a test given to students at the end of a course of study or training. Final examination or Final exam may also refer to: Final Exam 2017 film, an Iranian drama film Final Examination film, 2003 film directed by Fred Olen Ra ...

Dark River

Dark River, Minnesota, an unorganized territory in Minnesota, U.S. Dark River, New Zealand, a river in New Zealand Dark River Minnesota, a river in Minnesota, U.S.

Live Again

Live Again may refer to: Live Again!, an album by Israel Vibration "Live Again", a song by Toyo Tsutsuli "Live Again The Fall of Man", a song by Bad Religion from The Empire Strikes First "Live Again", a song by Better Than Ezra from How Does You ...

By My Side

By My Side may refer to: By My Side album, a 2010 album by David Choi, or the title song "By My Side" INXS song, 1991 "By My Side" Lorrie Morgan and Jon Randall song, 1996 "By My Side", a song from the musical Godspell By My Side TV series, a Sin ...

Kismat

Kismat may refer to: Kismat Sonu Nigam album, 1998 Kismat Radio, a British radio station Kismet disambiguation, word for "fate" or "destiny" in Bengali, Hindustani, Urdu, Persian and Turkish, spelled "Kismat" in English in the Indian subcontinent ...

Ill Be Home for Christmas (disambiguation)

Ill Be Home for Christmas is a Christmas song. Ill Be Home for Christmas may also refer to: Ill Be Home for Christmas Sara Evans EP, a 2009 extended play by Sara Evans released by RCA Nashville Ill Be Home for Christmas 1988 film, an American mad ...