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Production Live's Toronto corespondent Katie Uhlmann attended a recent event in Toronto and had a chance to interview Nick & Adam two members of the committee for the Sharpcut Film & Music Festival.
25 May 2010
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*******www.bvimovies****/uk/becoming_jane/ *******becomingjane-themovie****/ Becoming Jane Cast and Crew: Anne Hathaway - (Jane Austen) James McAvoy - (Tom Lefroy) Julie Walters - (Mrs. Austen) James Cromwell - (Rev. Austen) Maggie Smith - (Lady Gresham) Joe Anderson - (Henry Austen) Lucy Cohu - (Eliza De Feuillide) Laurence Fox - (Mr. Wisley) Ian Richardson - (Judge Langlois) Anna Maxwell Martin - (Cassandra Austen) Leo Bill - (John Warren) Jessica Ashworth - (Lucy Lefroy) Michael James Ford - (Mr. Lefroy) Tom Vaughan-Lawlor - (Robert Fowle) Helen McCrory - (Mrs. Radcliffe) Production Credits: David McHenry (Art Director) Gillian Reynolds (Casting) Gail Stevens (Casting) Eigil Bryld (Cinematographer) James Flynn (Co-producer) James Saynor (Co-producer) Morgan O'Sullivan (Co-producer) Adrian Johnston (Composer (Music Score)) Eimer Ni Mhaoldomhnaigh (Costume Designer) Julian Jarrold (Director) Emma E. Hickox (Editor) Nicole Finnan (Executive Producer) Jeff Abberley (Executive Producer) Tim Haslam (Executive Producer) Julia Blackman (Executive Producer) Luke Johnston (First Assistant Director) Graham Broadbent (Producer) Robert Bernstein (Producer) Douglas Rae (Producer) Eve Stewart (Production Designer) Sarah Williams (Screenwriter) Kevin Hood (Screenwriter) Johnny Byrne (Set Decorator) Tom Johnson (Sound/Sound Designer) Nick Adams (Sound/Sound Designer) Peter Blayney (Sound/Sound Designer)
7 Feb 2009
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Buy it on wbshop****! Georgia farm boy Will Stockdale is about to bust with pride. He’s been drafted. Will’s ready. But is Uncle Sam ready for Will? In No Time for Sergeants, Andy Griffith is certifiably funny in the role that clinched his stardom. Wearing a friendly, wide grin, he ambles into the U.S. Air Force – and lots of folks’ll never be the same. They include pint-sized Ben (Nick Adams), big-city bruiser Irvin (Murray Hamilton) and a jittery aptitude tester (Don Knotts). Finally, there’s Sgt. Orville King (Myron McCormick), a don’t-rock-the-boat old-timer driven crazy by Will’s gee-whiz efforts at friendship. Griffith, McCormick and Knotts reprise their winning performances from No Time for Sergeants’ smash Broadway run. Breezily directed by the veteran Mervyn LeRoy (Mister Roberts), it’s definitely time for entertainment!
19 Apr 2010
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Buy it on wbshop****! Georgia farm boy Will Stockdale is about to bust with pride. He’s been drafted. Will’s ready. But is Uncle Sam ready for Will? In No Time for Sergeants, Andy Griffith is certifiably funny in the role that clinched his stardom. Wearing a friendly, wide grin, he ambles into the U.S. Air Force – and lots of folks’ll never be the same. They include pint-sized Ben (Nick Adams), big-city bruiser Irvin (Murray Hamilton) and a jittery aptitude tester (Don Knotts). Finally, there’s Sgt. Orville King (Myron McCormick), a don’t-rock-the-boat old-timer driven crazy by Will’s gee-whiz efforts at friendship. Griffith, McCormick and Knotts reprise their winning performances from No Time for Sergeants’ smash Broadway run. Breezily directed by the veteran Mervyn LeRoy (Mister Roberts), it’s definitely time for entertainment!
19 Apr 2010
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Top Beautiful Actors and Actress Tattoos Based on *******www***toro**** : Nicholas Gonzalez, Nicholas Hoult, Nicholas Irons, Nicholas Lea, Nicholas Pryor, Nicholas Turturro, Nichole Hiltz, Nicholle Tom, Nick Adams, Nick Apollo Forte, Nick Cannon, Nick Cassavetes, Nick Chinlund, Nick Cravat, Nick Jonas, Nick Kroll, Nick Mancuso, Nick Moran, Nick Nolte, Nick Offerman, Nick Scotti, Nick Searcy, Nick Stabile, Nick Stahl, Nick Stuart
13 Jun 2011
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BY NICK ADAMS You're watching multisource world news analysis by Newsy. Tick Tok. The clock is counting down for cities remaining loyal to ousted Libyan dictator Col. Muammar Gaddafi. Here’s Fox News. “The latest now in the crisis in Libya. It looks like Muammar Gaddafi is not ready to end his conflict with a peace plan. The Libyan rebels were trying to negotiate for the town of Bali Walid to surrender as one of Gaddafi’s last strongholds and two of Gaddafi’s sons are believed to be hiding there. Those talks failed so now the rebels are preparing for a full out assault.” The BBC reports -- loyalists are unwilling to give up the towns of Bali Walid and Gaddafi’s hometown of Sirte (SIR-TAY). Euronews notes-- the rebels have their own suspicions about why that might be. “Libya’s new government have tightened their siege on Bani Walid where some suspect Muammar Gaddafi may be sheltering.” Even though the agreement was to wait until midnight on Friday before attacking loyalists in the towns, anti-Gaddafi forces say they’ve come under attack. A BBC reporter says... “The anti-Gaddafi forces had given a briefing in which they said they had had no choice but to respond to the loyalist attacks.” Those casualties the Libya’s National Transitional Council wants to minimize are the citizens still in Bani Walid. An NTC general tells the BBC... “‘A lot of people want to leave but they have no fuel to power their cars and Gaddafi forces are preventing people from leaving the city. They fire in the air to terrorise people.’” Finally, a Gaddafi loyalist who is now in Niger says he and other loyalists will fight for Gaddafi as long as victory is possible. "We'll always be loyal to our guide Gaddafi. As long as he lives, as long as he will fight, we will be at his side. We are ready to sacrifice ourselves for him." Transcript by Newsy
13 Sep 2011
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BY NICK ADAMS ANCHOR CHRISTINA HARTMAN Hitting is just part of the game right? Well - maybe not anymore. One proposal would take the “contact” out of “contact sports” until players are at least 14 years old. HOST: “Dr. Robert Cantu is the neurosurgeon who is proposing this idea, the banning of contact sports before the age of 14.” CANTU: “I’m not asking for the sport to be banned, I’m asking that the head contact part of the sports be banned so the rules need to be changed. I think below the age of 14, it’s just too dangerous to allow our youth be banging heads.” But it’s not just concussions kids need to be worried about. Dr. Cantu says there’s also the fear of early chronic traumatic encephalopathy. WCVB reports it causes... “...personality changes, memory loss, depression, even dementia.” And if someone had it, he or she wouldn’t be able to diagnose themselves because... “Currently, people living with CTE have no way of knowing it. Diagnosis most often is possible only after death.” Dustin Fink, a blogger for TheConcussionBlog****, says he agrees with Dr. Cantu’s proposal but worries the popularity of collision sports means things aren’t likely to change. But he does say... “...I think everyone that has kids in sports, or soon will, should take a risk-assessment approach.” And one risk-management approach parenting expert Angela Ardolino is trying to get across... deals with the equipment. Here she is on Tampa ABC-affiliate WFTS. “It is and it’s not good to go with the cheapest versions of safety equipment even though some of it can be very costly... so make sure it’s really good, it does what it’s suppose to do and that your children understand how to put it on and why they’re wearing it.”
17 Sep 2011
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BY NICK ADAMS Player turned manager? Not that unusual. A play that never coached before turning manager? Well, that’s something. Robin Ventura is now the thirty ninth manager in Chicago White Sox franchise history. WFLD in Chicago has the scoop. "Kenny Williams strikes again. He loves a good surprise. Kenny Williams hires Robin Ventura as his under the radar choice to replace Ozzie Guillen... He’s had his eyes on Ventura as managerial material since the mid 90s." So was this a case of anybody’s better than Guillen? Or do people think Ventura can return the team to 2005 World Champion-form? The Daily Herald says they need a guy who puts the team first, and Guillen lost sight of that. “There was a time when Guillen was precisely that. He was happy, attentive and a darn good manager, but as his anger grew and his need to be pacified ached at all hours, Guillen forgot why he was here.” That forgetfulness earned Guillen a one-way ticket out of Chicago, and the media, often maligned by the fiery manager, hasnt forgotten. The Tribune used GM Kenny Williams to toss a backhanded performance review at Guillen. “Williams hopes Ventura gradually can blend several underachieving veterans and inexperienced youngsters.” But outside of Chicago, the sports media is more focused on Ventura than Guillen. Bleacher Report is behind the hire, going as far as headlining their article “5 Reasons Why Ventura is Best Choice for Chicago” In fact, they don’t even mention Guillen until reason three, and it’s more commentary than criticism. “Many believed … they would be looking for someone who was the very antithesis of Guillen. They certainly may have found that person in Ventura. While Guillen was famous for his Twitter account and his sometimes outrageous moments with the press, Ventura may not even have a Twitter account, nor a website for that matter.” But ESPN writer Jon Greenberg isn’t interested in Guillen or Ventura. His focus is dialed in on Kenny Williams. “Williams likes to make a splash, and he's addicted to the limelight... And there's the rub. Williams' decision-making ability hasn't been trustworthy in years. His gut is gone, or at least in Weight Watchers. I wouldn't let him order me lunch right now. That's the real reason I have skepticism. It's not because I don't trust Ventura and his 16 years in the majors.” Transcript by Newsy.
10 Oct 2011
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BY NICK ADAMS President Obama is looking to imposing tougher sanctions on Iran-- That’s after evidence suggested the nation was involved in an alleged assassination attempt of the Saudi Arabian ambassador to the U.S. KSAZ says the president isn’t going to take it easy on Iran. “President Obama says Iran is going to pay a price for its involvement in a plot to kill the Saudi Arabian ambassador to the United States. The President says the county must be held accountable for its involvement with a terrorist plot.” The administration is considering ways to hit the Iranian economy. KCPQ reports -- the idea on the table now is taking fiscal sanctions against the Bank of Iran. “The Obama Administration says it is actively considering sanctions against the bank for the alleged terror plot by the Iran government. The U.S. Treasury Department says it might make the move if other countries could be persuaded to do the same.” But are tougher sanctions the right answer? Waleed Pharis, a Middle East terrorism analyst, suggests other possible tactics on Fox News. “Most importantly, is that the game changer in Iran isn’t going to be additional sanctions that are needed, but the game changer is going to be to partner with the opposition. To create conditions for an Iranian Spring -- that’s the long term effort we need to have.” But with all the talk about punishment, the question remains -- was the Iranian government really involved in the plot? President Obama says he has enough evidence. But the head of the Iranian Parliament’s National Security Commission says it’s a baseless accusation. Fars News Agency has his comments. “Given the chaotic conditions and the Wall Street protests in the US... they (US authorities) badly needed to create a false atmosphere to change the climate and divert the public opinion in the US and the international community.” Add to that -- a Persian Gulf analyst tells Al-Jazeera, it simply doesn’t make sense for Iran to be involved. “The history of doing it by blowing up a restaurant in Washington doesn’t fit because that could invite, theoretically from the Iranian standpoint, U.S. military retaliation which the Supreme Leader clearly doesn’t want.” A scholar at Columbia University’s Middle East Institute writes on his blog-- Iran has plenty of reasons to be upset at the U.S. and Saudi Arabia -- but Iran has never done something like this before. He says the U.S. should be careful about retaliating. “...at a minimum both the public and the Congress should demand more detailed evidence before taking any rash or irreversible action.” Reuters reports if the U.S. has the proof of the alleged ‘murder plot,’ it can win over the support of the U.N. Security Council to push actions against Iran.
16 Oct 2011
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BY NICK ADAMS As of Friday morning, it’s final. The Chicago Cubs have a new manager. CBS Sports has the official announcement. “Next is his rare ability to hold players to high standards and hold them accountable, while also connecting with them and earning their respect and admiration... Next manager of the Chicago Cubs, Dale Sveum.” So exactly who is Dale Sveum? Even if you haven’t heard of him, ESPN’s Tim Kurkjian says Sveum has been around the block. “He learned the game Robin Yount and Paul Molitor. He’s been a bench coach. He was a third base coach in Boston, that’ll toughen you up. He was briefly a manager for the Brewers and he did that in the middle of a pennant race. And lets be honest about this, the Cubs are not going to contend in 2012, so what he needs to learn about his team and the game as a manager, he can do on the job.” But even with expectations low for 2012, people are considering this a good hire by the organization. While he might not have the big name, MLB**** says he has exactly what the Cubs need. “He’s got a old school type of philosophy but yet he is in tuned with the statistical analysis that is required of the job. He is a players manager also when you hear specifically in the past year in Milwaukee how he was really close with both Ryan Braun and Prince Fielder... I think all of those things that he brings as a unique skill set that makes him the perfect fit there in Chicago." However, some are going to wait and see before concluding Sveum is the right fit for the Cubs. A CNS Chicago Sportswriter says while Sveum said all the right things in the press conference, he needs to walk the walk. “I mean, it's one press conference, so I don't know. He hasn't done anything yet. The on-field play for the Cubs is still poor. They still lost 91 games last year. Sveum hasn't managed a game yet and won't for another few months.” Some of Sveums critics say he doesn’t have home grown roots but - he would make a big splash if he were able to help lure Prince Fielder to the windy city.
19 Nov 2011
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Despite his initial adamant refusal to cooperate, the newly successful entrepreneur, Nick Adams, is reluctantly coerced into becoming an essential part of the US government agency formed specially to entrap two of the world’s richest and most powerful Mega Tycoons. He is caught up in a spiral of murder, conspiracy, political corruption, sexual abuse and blackmail and is thrown into a nest of unscrupulous venal vipers intent upon fiscal greed at any cost. The secretive complicated plan involving Billions encompasses North America, the Caribbean and Europe. Careless pillow talk brings unwanted attention from darker forces bent on high jacking the meticulously planned financial double cross at whatever cost to anything or anyone that would dare to obstruct their relentless ruthless ambition. Nick is invited to supp with the Devil, it is his choice whether to eat from the proffered long silver spoon.... To learn more or order the book: *******bookstore.authorhouse****/Products/SKU-000623006/Supping-with-the-Devil.aspx
8 Apr 2013
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nick rogers exploded onto the catwalk with a dynamite impact the epitomy of Jesus Christ a model with hidden style but presence personafied
2 Feb 2012
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Ernest Hemingway's semi-autobiographical "Nick Adams stories" formed the basis for this epic-length 1962 tribute to the master storyteller, with Richard Beymer ('West Side Story') as Nick and, amidst a star-studded supporting cast, Paul Newman in a Golden Globe nominated performance as the punch-drunk ex-prizefighter known as The Battler. Before Hemingway could write about life, he had to live it to the fullest - as does his fictional persona, the teenager Nick Adams (Beymer), who leaves his Michigan lake country home on foot in 1916 to learn about life and love and death. Nick's journey of discovery commences with run-ins with a brutal train brakeman and the half crazed Battler (Newman); takes him to New York and then finally to World War I and Europe, where he receives his baptism of fire at the Italian front and finds romance with a hospital nurse, Rosanna (Susan Strasberg). Ricardo Montalban, Eli Wallach, Diane Baker, Dan Dailey, Jessica Tandy and Arthur Kennedy give vivid performances in this Golden Globe nominee for Best Motion Picture - Drama, a story of adventure, of love, and of one man maturing through suffering as learns the laws of life. Copyright of 20th Century Fox
17 Mar 2010
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OLD LADY GAGA - "Alejandro" Directed by JAKE WILSON Costumes by DAVID WITHROW Original Song by LADY GAGA Original Choreography by LAURIE ANN GIBSON * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Starring Jackie Hoffman as OLD LADY GAGA with Nick Adams, David Hull, Michael Mindlin, Brian Patrick Murphy, Constantine Rousouli and Brian Spitulnik * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * www.thebatterysdown**** Special Thanks to Scott Nevins, Barry Ernst, Arrow Pharmacy, The Producer's Club, Dan Gershaw and Dani Spieler
29 Jun 2010
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OLD LADY GAGA - "Alejandro" Directed by JAKE WILSON Costumes by DAVID WITHROW Original Song by LADY GAGA Original Choreography by LAURIE ANN GIBSON * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Starring Jackie Hoffman as OLD LADY GAGA with Nick Adams, David Hull, Michael Mindlin, Brian Patrick Murphy, Constantine Rousouli and Brian Spitulnik * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * www.thebatterysdown**** Special Thanks to Scott Nevins, Barry Ernst, Arrow Pharmacy, The Producer's Club, Dan Gershaw and Dani Spieler
24 Feb 2011
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"DONT WANNA KNOW" © Shiny Boy Music 2013 Music & Lyrics by: Cheyenne Jackson & Stevie Aiello Directed by: Nick Everhart *******www.nickeverhart**** Available June 25, 2013 Amazon: *******amzn****/B00DBDMNV2 ITUNES:********itunes.apple****/us/album/im-blue-skies/id660046806 Starring: Cheyenne Jackson, with Matt Cavenaugh, Nick Adams, Joshua Buscher, Peter Chursin, Adam Fleming, Lindsay Janisse, Nina Lafarga, Robb Sherman, Matt Steffens, Brooke Wendle, and Samantha Zak. Music Video Directed by: Nick Everhart Choreographed by Joey Pizzi Visual Effects Supervisor: Laura Hill Filmed on location in CT & NYC Produced by Imaginarium
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