tondino


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tondino

(tɒnˈdiːnəʊ)
n, pl -ni (-niː)
a small tondo
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As for the hoped-for second volume of Scenography in Canada, Rewa has already provided lists of possible subjects on pages 122 and 127: Michael Eagan, Debra Hanson, Sue LePage, Martha Mann, Cameron Porteous, Phillip Silver, Allan Stichbury, and Guido Tondino, to name just a few (and to which we might add Louise Campeau and Dany Lyne).
La modernizzazione nella produzione vinicola, introdotta dall'azienda Guido Berlucchi (fondata nel 1955) e da altre consimili, ha reso celebri i vini della Franciacorta, la zona collinosa che si stende tra Brescia e Iseo; la richiesta di materiale ferroso lavorato ha trasformato l'industria del tondino di ferro, un tempo definita la "siderurgia minore del bresciano", in una forza industriale internazionale; la crescente richiesta di armi ha fatto della ditta Pietro Beretta (attiva a Gardone Valtrompia dalla fine del 1400) una multinazionale in grado di produrre 1500 armi al giorno, sportive e non.
Sets, Guido Tondino; costumes, Monica Frawley; lights, Peter Mumford; sound and original music, Joe Townsend; voice, Andrea Ainsworth; movement, Caimin Collins; associate director (touring), Maeliosa Stafford; stage manager, John Stapleton.
A superb 'alla porcellana' tondino from Cafaggiolo reflects Chinese models, and inspires a novel explanation of the notoriously problematic 'In Cafaggiolo' mark from the author.
Camera (color, HD-to-35mm), Andrew Giannetta; editor, Coppola, Bob Gordon; music, Ernest Troost; music supervisor, Steve Goldman; production designer, Rando Schmook; art director, Norman Merrill; set decorator, Lisa Robinson; creature FX, Sean Taylor, Todd Masters; stored, John Taylor; assistant directors, Evelyn Belasco, Leslie Perlow, Tanya Mayeux; casting, Gennette Tondino, Ted Warren.
Camera (color, digital), Richard Cantu; editors, Travis Spangler, Dan Perrett, Nate Bashor; music, Jim Fox; production designer, Isabelle Stamper; set decorator, Edouard Berret; sound, Daniel Mosberg; casting, Genette Tondino, Ted Warren.
Set and costumes, Guido Tondino; lighting, Robert Krause; music, David Sereda; dramaturg, Gordon McCall; stage manager, Christina Hidalgo; vocals, Stephanie McNamara.
Sets, Guido Tondino; costumes, Ann Curtis; lighting, Michael J.
Assistant director, Brian Van Norman; set, Guido Tondino; lighting, Steven Hawkins; sound, Peter McBoyle.
David Mullen, editors, Duane Clark, Cindy Clark; music, David Russo; production design, Kathy Orlando; art direction, Shira Dubrovner; set decoration, Sarah Quarles, sound (Cube Digital stereo), Brian Tracy; assistant director, Brian Hennessey; casting, Gennette Tondino. Reviewed at Palm Springs Film Festival, Jan.