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Schepisi

(ʃəˈpiːzɪ)
n
(Biography) Fred, full name Frederick Alan Schepisi. born 1939, Australian film director. His films include The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith (1978), A Cry in the Dark (1988), Last Orders (2001), and The Eye of the Storm (2011)
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Director Fred Schepisi handles the case with sensitivity, even if the movie was released Down Under with the more sensational title Evil Angels.
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The board of trustees at Holy Name Medical Center on Friday named Holly Schepisi as vice president of development and president of Holy Name Medical Center Foundation.
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From Evil Angels (Fred Schepisi, 1988) and Muriel's Wedding (PJ Hogan, 1994) to a trio of astonishing collaborations with Baz Luhrmann that culminated in a Best Film Editing Oscar nomination for Moulin Rouge!
Schepisi et al., "Accuracy of malaria diagnosis by microscopy, rapid diagnostic test, and PCR methods and evidence of antimalarial Overprescription in non-severe febrile patients in two Tanzanian hospitals," The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol.
The estimation formula for two population proportions was employed with an assumption of 95% confidence interval, 80% power, 54.6% as the estimation of people who participate in pulmonary TB screening (p2) based on the study by Sane Schepisi et al.
The inclusion of Lewis (from The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith, Fred Schepisi, 1978) and Gulpilil (from Walkabout, Nicolas Roeg, 1971; Storm Boy, Henri Safran, 1976; and Charlie's Country, Rolf de Heer, 2013) among the cast ensures that the movie's status in a long line of features contemplating the nation's multicultural population is always apparent; it clearly furthers their efforts while, through its trafficking focus, expands on their remit.
The Russia House, directed by Fred Schepisi. Screenplay by Tom Stoppard.
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In a departure from Fred Schepisi's film The Devil's Playground, the television sequel Devil's Playground focuses on the cultural impact of priest child abuse.