Jewison


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Canadian filmmaker (born in 1926)

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When Jewison noted he was wearing an "Up in the Air" cap, Jason Reitman, the pic's scribehelmer, raced forward and gave Jewison a kiss on the cheek.
Despite the technological failings, Jewison told those in attendance that the experiment was a noteworthy achievement.
Cher said she would have gone to the moon to present Jewison with the honor.
BIRTHDAYS: Norman Jewison, film director, 82; Bill Pertwee, actor, 82; Dr Jonathan Miller, theatre director, 74; Julian Pettifer, TV presenter, 73; Tony Scott, film director, 64; Yusuf Islam, activist and singer, 60; Ross Kemp, actor, 44 (pictured); Josh Hartnett, actor, 30.
LINDSAY JEWISON teaches Pilates across Teesside and North Yorkshire.
When director John Singleton arrived, he went straight to veteran director Norman Jewison and embraced him.
Those discussed are Neil Shipman, Joyce Wieland, Claude Jutra, Jean-Claude Lauzon, Denys Arcand, David Cronenberg, Atom Egoyan, John Greyson, Norman Jewison, Robert Lepage, Bruce McDonald, Lea Pool, Patricia Rozema, Mina Shum, Gary Burns, Michael Dowse, Thom Fitzgerald, Zach Kunuk, Don McKellar, and Lynne Stopkewich.
When Jewison makes a legal drama, even though it is set in the U.
Items include images from Picon's 1923 New York Yiddish Theatre debut in the Jacob Kalich/Joseph Rumshinsky Yankele; radio scripts from her 1941 series Nancy from Delancey; and memorabilia from the Norman Jewison film Fiddler on the Roof.
This six-disc box set pays tribute to his enduring appeal with five of his films: Never So Few, directed by John Sturges, The Cincinnati Kid directed by Norman Jewison, Bullitt directed by Peter Yates, The Getaway directed by Sam Peckinpah and Tom Horn directed by William Wiard.
Directors such as Norman Jewison, David Cronenberg, Atom Egoyan, Patricia Rozema, Don McKellar, Deepa Mehta and Denys Arcand, actors such as Graham Greene, Sheila McCarthy and Pascale Bussieres, producers such as Robert Lantos, Denise Robert and Roger Frappier, former director Wayne Clarkson and festival co-founders Bill Marshall, Henk Van de Kolk and Dusty Cohl all add their two-cents worth, bons roots and amusing anecdotes.
Jewison (producer Norman Jewison) jettisons objectivity in favour of broad-brushstroke anticlericalism, painting the Catholic hierarchy for the most part as a den of duplicitous vipers willing to cover up atrocities for the greater good (read "public image") of the Church.
The director Norman Jewison said, `You look far too glamorous for this guy; you don't look old enough or nasty enough','' the 70-year- old actor told the Los Angeles Times.
Rollerball (Norman Jewison, 1975): Thanks to a clever central conceit, punchy action sequences and a rugged turn from the 35-year-old James Caan, this slice of Seventies ultraviolence is still worth a look.
This corpus, which ranges from the silent era to the recent HBO mini-series The Sopranos, includes the works of Italian Americans directors, such as Capra, Cimino, Coppola, Scorsese, and Savoca, and non-Italian Americans, including Jewison and Lee.