fata morgana

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a mirage in the Strait of Messina (attributed to the Arthurian sorcerer Morgan le Fay)

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Layered Memories by Ruba Badwan and Fata Morgana by Matthew Tan will participate in the competition, which features 12 short films created on smartphones.
Fata Morgana was first observed by Father Giardina, an Italian priest, who tried to explain the scientific principle behind it.
The local area is subject to temperature differentials that cause an optical illusion known as Fata Morgana. This, it is claimed, can make car lights seem like levitating orbs.
Sixteen-year-old Jonathan Gouden and his sister, Hannah, have spent their entire lives in the aerial city of Fata Morgana, an isolated mining outpost of a re-imagined London.
7 FARBE (Sigmar PoIke) Some of the films installed as part of MoMA's PoIke retro suggested pot-infused stabs at remaking Werner Herzog's Fata Morgana. Others were just wallpaper.
(7.) Jabes's earliest and most important readers were his close friend and mentor Gabriel Bounoure, in his 1959 preface to /e batis ma demeure, later collected with other essays, notes and some correspondence in Edmond Jabes: la demeure et le livre (Montpellier: Fata Morgana, 1984); Jacques Derrida, "Edmond Jabes ou la question du livre" and "Ellipse" (both dedicated to the Le livre des questions cycle), in Llecriture et la difference (Paris: Seuil, 1967); Maurice Blanchot, "Traces," in Llamitie (Paris: Gallimard, 1971); and Emmanuel Levinas, "Edmond Jabes aujourd'hui," in Noms propres (Montpellier: Fata Morgana, 1976).
Inspired by memories of her youth, she scripted coming-of-ager In Bloom and co-directed with her partner Simon Gross (Fata Morgana), who studied at the Munich Film School, worked as an editor for L.A.'s Spyglass Entertainment and went on to found production companies in Germany and Georgia.
For instance, "Fata Morgana" (1937), that describes the story of Fisher, the son of a Jewish capitalist who is of two minds about either joining the working class or onanism, was received with reticence by the critics affiliated to the Left and also by those sympathizing with the Right (cf.
There are seven varieties, including the semi-double fata morgana, which have the grace of traditional lilies but without the pollen, so you'll stay sneeze-free.
Non solo perche la Fata Morgana, "il famoso miraggio dello stretto di Messina" (170) e presente nelle pagine del libro, ma specie per il fatto che lo studio di Amaudo e esso stesso un percorso tra le illusioni ottiche e la cultura letteraria nell'eta della Controriforma.
Editions Fata Morgana, Montpellier published Recontres avec Bram van Velde in 1974 and in an expanded edition in 1978, and Recontres avec Samuel Beckett in 1986.
September 18: Arabian Dinner Night at Fata Morgana Restaurant from 18:30; SFr 59 per person, register by September 14
He is the author of five volumes of poetry, all published by the University of Pittsburgh Press: Fata Morgana (2007), Otherhood (2003), Wrong (1999), Angel, Interrupted (1996), and Some Are Drowning (1994), winner of the 1993 Associated Writing Programs' Award in Poetry.