Les soeurs Munakata (1950) Bastardy (2008) La Dolce Vita (1960) Winter Sleep (2014) Once Upon a Time in Anatolia (2011) Last Night (1998)
The Tango Project : Por Una Cabeza. AFI's 100 Years...100 Movie Quotes. Criteria Jurors were asked to consider the following criteria in making their selections: Movie Quotation: A statement, phrase or brief exchange of dialogue spoken in an American film. Lyrics from songs are not eligible.Cultural Impact: Movie quotations that viewers use in their own lives and situations; circulating through popular culture, they become part of the national lexicon.Legacy: Movie quotations that viewers use to evoke the memory of a treasured film, thus ensuring and enlivening its historical legacy. The list The table below reproduces the quotes as the AFI published them. The following have since been identified as being misquoted by the AFI: #2: Marlon Brando says "I'm gonna make him an offer he can't refuse", not "...going to...
".#4: Judy Garland says "Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore. "  References The content of this article has been derived in whole or part from AFI's 100 YEARS, 100 "Movie Quotes. Yentl. Yentl is a play by Leah Napolin and Isaac Bashevis Singer . Based on Singer's short story "Yentl the Yeshiva Boy," it centers on a young girl who defies tradition by discussing and debating Jewish law and theology with her rabbi father. When he dies, she cuts her hair, dresses as a man, and sets out to find a yeshiva where she can continue to study Talmud and live secretly as a male named Anshel. When her study partner Avigdor discovers the truth, Yentl's assertions that she is "neither one sex nor the other" and has "the soul of a man in the body of a woman" suggest the character is undergoing a gender identity crisis, especially when she opts to remain living as Anshel for the rest of her life.
After eleven previews, the Broadway production, directed by Robert Kalfin , opened on October 23, 1975 at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre , where it ran for 223 performances. Screen adaptation [ edit ] See also [ edit ] Cross-dressing in film and television References [ edit ] Napoleon, Davi . Pi (1998. The Crucible. The Crucible is a 1953 play by U.S. playwright Arthur Miller. It is a dramatized and partially fictionalized story of the Salem witch trials that took place in the Province of Massachusetts Bay during 1692 and 1693. Miller wrote the play as an allegory of McCarthyism, when the U.S. government blacklisted accused communists. Miller himself was questioned by the House of Representatives' Committee on Un-American Activities in 1956 and convicted of "contempt of Congress" for refusing to identify others present at meetings he had attended. The play was first performed at the Martin Beck Theater on Broadway on January 22, 1953, starring E.G.
Marshall, Beatrice Straight and Madeleine Sherwood. Act One The Reverend Parris, watching over his sick daughter Betty, is wondering what is wrong with her. John Proctor comes to see what is wrong with Betty. Parris and the Putnams return, and soon, the Reverend Hale arrives at the Parris home. Act Two Act Three Act Four Tituba. Princess Bride (1987. AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies. The first of the AFI 100 Years... series of cinematic milestones, AFI's 100 Years…100 Movies is a list of the 100 best American movies, as determined by the American Film Institute from a poll of more than 1,500 artists and leaders in the film industry who chose from a list of 400 nominated movies. The 100-best list was unveiled in 1998. Presentation broadcast Criteria Films were judged according to the following criteria.
List 2007 update notes Twenty-three films from the original top 100 films list were removed in 2007: Four films released between 1996–2006 were added: Nineteen films made before 1996 were also added: Criticisms As with awards, the list of those who vote and the final vote tally are not released to the public, nor the criteria for how the 400 nominated films have been selected. See also References External links It Happened One Night (1934. AFI's 10 Top 10. AFI's 10 Top 10 honors the ten greatest US films in ten classic film genres. Presented by the American Film Institute (AFI), the lists were unveiled on a television special broadcast by CBS on June 17, 2008.
In the special, various actors and directors, among them Clint Eastwood, Quentin Tarantino, Kirk Douglas, Harrison Ford, Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Roman Polanski, and Jane Fonda, discussed their admiration for and personal contributions to the films cited. The entire list of 500 nominated films is available on the American Film Institute website. Animation AFI defines "animated" as a genre in which the film's images are primarily created by computer or hand and the characters are voiced by actors. Fantasy AFI defines "fantasy" as a genre in which live-action characters inhabit imagined settings and/or experience situations that transcend the rules of the natural world. Gangster Science fiction Western Sports Mystery Epic
10 Top 10. AFI defines “animated” as a genre in which the film’s images are primarily created by computer or hand and the characters are voiced by actors. more AFI defines “romantic comedy” as a genre in which the development of a romance leads to comic situations. more AFI defines “western” as a genre of films set in the American West that embodies the spirit, the struggle and the demise of the new frontier. more AFI defines “sports” as a genre of films with protagonists who play athletics or other games of competition. more AFI defines “mystery” as a genre that revolves around the solution of a crime. more AFI defines “fantasy” as a genre where live-action characters inhabit imagined settings and/or experience situations that transcend the rules of the natural world. more AFI defines “science fiction” as a genre that marries a scientific or technological premise with imaginative speculation.more AFI defines “epic” as a genre of large-scale films set in a cinematic interpretation of the past. more.
AFI's 10 Top 10. Ben Whishaw. Adaptation. (2002. Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film is one of the Academy Awards of Merit, or Oscars, handed out annually by the U.S. -based Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS). It is given to a feature-length motion picture produced outside the United States of America with a predominantly non-English dialogue track. When the first Academy Awards ceremony was held on May 16, 1929 to honor films released in 1927/28, there was no separate category for foreign language films.
Between 1947 and 1955, the Academy presented Special/Honorary Awards to the best foreign language films released in the United States. These Awards, however, were not handed out on a regular basis (no Award was given in 1953), and were not competitive since there were no nominees but simply one winning film per year. Unlike other Academy Awards, the Best Foreign Language Film Award is not presented to a specific individual. History Eligibility Submission and nomination process
Grand Prix. Grand Prix (French pronunciation: [ɡʁɑ̃pʁi], meaning "Grand Prize"; plural Grands Prix) may refer to: Competitions Racing Chess Equestrianism Combat sports Awards Entertainment and arts Video games Other uses List of films considered the best. AFI 100 Years... series. True Romance (1993. Sin City (2005. L'effet papillon (2004. Sixième sens (1999. Throne of Blood (1957. The 30 Most Beautiful Films - a list by Galaday.
Torrent - a list by gfelitti. Wild Strawberries (1957. Sansho the Bailiff (1954. Harakiri (1962. Tokyo Story (1953. The Empire 500 - a list by Col Needham.
Kiran Kuppa's International Collection - a list by kirankuppa. AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies. Macadam cowboy (1969. Un dimanche comme les autres (1971. The Player (1992. Short Cuts - Les Américains (1993. Le mariage des moussons (2001. Salaam Bombay! (1988. Vanity Fair - La foire aux vanités (2004. Les quatre filles du Docteur March (1994. X (2011. Freefall (TV Movie 2009. Le monde de Barney (2010. Mr. Nobody (2009. The Lady Vanishes (1938. Tensión sexual no resuelta (2010. Victim (1961. Kawasaki's Rose (2009. Heartbeat Detector (2007. The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life (2013. Audrey Tautou. A Walk in the Woods (2015. Noodle (2007. Carnage (2011. Sidewalls (2011. Takva: A Man's Fear of God (2006. Get Ready to Be Boyzvoiced (2000. Vincent Wants to Sea (2010. In a Better World (2010. Yeshiva. In the United States and Israel, the different levels of yeshiva education have different names.
In the United States, elementary-school students are enrolled in a yeshiva, post-bar mitzvah-age students learn in a metivta, and undergraduate-level students learn in a beit midrash or yeshiva gedola (Hebrew: ישיבה גדולה, lit. "large yeshiva" or "great yeshiva"). In Israel, elementary-school students are enrolled in a Talmud Torah or cheder, post-bar mitzvah-age students learn in a yeshiva ketana (Hebrew: ישיבה קטנה, lit.
"small yeshiva" or "minor yeshiva"), and high-school-age students learn in a yeshiva gedola. A kollel is a yeshiva for married men. It is common for a kollel to pay a token stipend to its students. Students of Lithuanian and Hasidic yeshiva gedolas usually learn in yeshiva until they get married. Historically, yeshivas were attended by high level males only. Etymology History Origins Geonic Period Post-Geonic Period to 19th Century Zazen. In Zen Buddhism, zazen (literally "seated meditation"; Japanese: 坐禅; simplified Chinese: 坐禅; traditional Chinese: 坐禪; pinyin: zuò chán; Wade–Giles: tso4-ch'an2) is a meditative discipline practitioners perform to calm the body and the mind, and be able to concentrate enough to experience insight into the nature of existence and thereby gain enlightenment.
Zazen in Rinzai school Kosho Uchiyama writes that Auguste Rodin's The Thinker, in which the "back, waist, legs, arms, and even fingers" are curled up, is the opposite of zazen posture. Significance Zazen is considered the heart of Zen Buddhist practice. The aim of zazen is just sitting, that is, suspending all judgmental thinking and letting words, ideas, images and thoughts pass by without getting involved in them. Methods Setting In Zen temples and monasteries, practitioners traditionally sit zazen as a group in a meditation hall, usually referred to as the zendo. Posture Types of zazen Instruction
Sōtō. Sōtō Zen or the Sōtō school (曹洞宗, Sōtō-shū?) Is the largest of the three traditional sects of Zen in Japanese Buddhism (the others being Rinzai and Ōbaku). It emphasizes Shikantaza, meditation with no objects, anchors, or content. The meditator strives to be aware of the stream of thoughts, allowing them to arise and pass away without interference. The Japanese brand of the sect was imported in the 13th century by Dōgen Zenji, who studied Caodong Buddhism (Chinese: 曹洞宗; pinyin: Cáodòng Zōng) abroad in China.
Dōgen is remembered today as the co-patriarch of Sōtō Zen in Japan along with Keizan Jōkin. With about 14,000 temples, Sōtō is one of the largest Japanese Buddhist organizations. History Chinese origins The original Chinese version of Soto-shu, i.e. the Caodong-school (曹洞宗) was established by the Tang dynasty monk Dongshan Liangjie (Ja: Tōzan Ryōkai) in the 9th century. A precursor to the sect is Shítóu Xīqiān (Ch. Kamakura (1185-1333) Dogen Ejo Gikai Drei (2010. Katyn (2007. Les vies privées de Pippa Lee (2009. Black Book (2006. Woody Allen. Oh My God! (2011.
National Honor Society. The National Honor Society, or NHS, is a nationwide organization in the United States and consists of many chapters in high schools. Selection is based on four criteria: scholarship, leadership, service, and character. The NHS requires some sort of service to the community, school, or other organizations. The projects help students meet the required service hour total monthly. The National Honor Society was founded in 1921 by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. National Honor Society groups are commonly active in community service activities both in the community and at the school. In addition, NHS chapters typically elect officers, who, under the supervision of the chapter adviser, coordinate and manage the chapter as a student organization.
Membership It is estimated that over one million students participate in the National Honor Society. Motto The NHS motto is noblesse oblige. This is French for nobility obligates. 1. See also References Northanger Abbey (TV Movie 2007. Steven Spielberg. Geoffrey Rush. Julia Jentsch. Shame (2011. Titus (1999. Nebraska (2013. Le club de la chance (1993. City of Life and Death (2009. The Hunt (2012. Quills (2000. The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999. My Blueberry Nights (2007. Emma Thompson. Bent (1997. 360 (2011. Conversation(s) avec une femme (2005. Tom Hanks. Ingrid Bergman. Pour l'exemple (1964. Portier de nuit (1974. Le magicien d'Oz (1939.