Losey


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Losey

(ˈləʊsɪ)
n
(Biography) Joseph. 1909–84, US film director, in Britain from 1952. His films include The Servant (1963), The Go-Between (1971), and Don Giovanni (1979)
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Nick Losey and Chet Pai joined Barrow Hanley earlier this year to lead and manage the strategy.
The BP Group, founded by John Losey, is a leader in HVAC maintenance, mechanical, service and Building Technology Industry.
"I bought the Merchant-Ivory brand and the plan is to bring back the brand." Judging by both the range of CMG theatrical releases, which includes Oscar foreign-language nominees "Mustang" and "Timbuktu" and cineaste documentaries like Kent Jones' "Hitchcock/Truffaut" and Chuck Workman's Orson Welles study, "Magician," as well as Cohen's list of personal filmmaking heroes dotted with familiar names such as "Fellini, Truffaut, Losey, Altman, Pialat and Godard," his goals for the Merchant-Ivory banner are very much driven by a laser-focus on the film market segment he describes as "fans of intelligent filmmaking."
Linda Losey of Bloomery Plantation Distillery, Charles Town, W.
I read an article written by Chris Losey in the Hart-Parr Oliver Collector about the Cletrac HG.
After witnessing a school assembly, which cameraman and editor Valentyn Vasyanovych incorporates into that one continuous, virtuosic shot, Sergey is soon inducted into the eponymous clan of petty criminals, oddly reminiscent in their ashen skin and mop-top haircuts of the teddy boys in Joseph Losey's The Damned (1963).
He played the title role in Joseph Losey's "Galileo," appeared as Dr.
This followup to her The Children of Now presents Meg Losey's ongoing examination of these children and their evolutionary process, and links their development to autism, ADD, and more.
Prime focuses primarily on the careers of Carl Foreman, Michael Wilson, Joseph Losey, John Berry, and Jules Dassin, concluding: "As Hollywood-trained, European-based professionals, they critically and materially facilitated the transatlantic economic and artistic exchange that had become a fundamental component of American and European film culture by the mid-1960s" (180).
SEALs' head Rear Admiral Brian Losey has hit out at former members who betray the unit by seeking "public notoriety and financial gain".
In an October 31 letter to the Naval Special Warfare Command ranks, Force Master Chief Michael Magaraci and Rear Admiral Brian Losey stressed that a "critical tenet" of the force was to "not advertise the nature of my work nor seek recognition for my action." O'Neill had already served nearly 15 years as a SEAL by the time of the raid on bin Laden's compound, and was serving in the elite SEAL Team Six unit.