The film provides an up-close
experience of the life of a young Samburu woman Naltwasha Leripe who takes viewers through her community's daily life, tending livestock, digging "singing" wells deep into dry riverbanks and rescuing an orphaned baby elephant.
Told through the lens of Gartz's discoveries of the personal and political, Redlined delivers a riveting story of a community fractured by racial turmoil, an unraveling and conflicted marriage, a daughter's fight for sexual independence, and an up-close
, intimate view of the racial and social upheavals of the 1960s.
Simeon, a devout man, had an "up-close
" look at Jesus.
look into the personal life of the Quaid-i-Azam and the three women in his life Fatima Jinnah, Ruttie Jinnah and Dina Jinnah at TDF Ghar, near the Quaid's mausoleum, at 10am.
Cemex representatives gave the more than 130 Academy participants an up-close
look at the new fully automated and highly efficient aggregates wash plant at Balcones Quarry along with the facility's new high-performance water recycle and fines recovery plant, which has decreased the company's reliance on water from local aquifer sources by 90 percent.
Summary: In the Louvre Abu Dhabi, you can get up-close
with your favourite works.
His live show will see him demonstrate how to cook some of his favourite dishes from his popular 'Italian Escape' series - and he's sure to be inviting some lucky audience members to join him on stage for a memorable, up-close
STRICTLY judge Darcey Bussell (above) has said the show's legions of fans should not read too much into stars getting up-close
and personal with their professional partners during the dances.
SLEEP TIGHT BBC4, Sunday 10PM PREMIERE Caretaker Luis Tosar takes stalking at a Barcelona apartment block to rare levels of up-close
Full liquor bar which features live music for an up-close
and personal experience.
Dr Kenny Webster, Informal Leaning Manager at Thinktank, said: "The exhibition gives visitors a chance to see some amazing animal artefacts from Birmingham's collection up-close
Photographer Lewis Hine chronicled the progress of the historic 102-story, 1,454-foot structure through a series of photographs in a 1998 book, "The Empire State Building." The black and white pictures provide an up-close
perspective of the humble beginnings of the famous skyscraper -- the tallest in New York -- and those who worked hard to build it.