Adriana Asti is an Italian theatre and voice actress. On stage, she starred in Saint Joan by George Bernard Shaw, Happy Days by Samuel Beckett, The Mistress of the Inn by Carlo Goldoni, Three Men for Amalia, she won the SIAE prize in 1990, the Duse prize in 1993. In 1999, she starred in Alcohol. In 2000, she starred in French Ferdinand, she was first married to Bernardo Bertolucci. Arrangiatevi!, by Mauro Bolognini Rocco and His Brothers, by Luchino Visconti Accattone, by Pier Paolo Pasolini Il disordine, by Franco Brusati Before the Revolution, by Bernardo Bertolucci I visionari, by Maurizio Ponzi Più tardi, Claire, più tardi, by Brunello Rondi Metti una sera a cena, by Giuseppe Patroni Griffi Duet for Cannibals, by Susan Sontag Homo Eroticus, by Marco Vicario La schiava io ce l'ho e tu no, by Giorgio Capitani I Nicotera, TV miniseries by Salvatore Nocita Ludwig, by Luchino Visconti The Sensual Man, by Marco Vicario Amore e ginnastica, by Luigi Filippo D'Amico A Brief Vacation, by Vittorio De Sica Le fantôme de la liberté, by Luis Buñuel Down the Ancient Staircase, by Mauro Bolognini The Inheritance, by Mauro Bolognini Maschio latino cercasi, by Giovanni Narzisi Caligula, by Tinto Brass Action, by Tinto Brass Petomaniac, by Pasquale Festa Campanile Chimère Who Killed Pasolini?, by Marco Tullio Giordana The Best of Youth, by Marco Tullio Giordana Once You're Born You Can No Longer Hide, by Marco Tullio Giordana Impardonnables, by André Téchiné Pasolini, by Abel Ferrara Adriana Asti on IMDb
Argos Comunicación is a television and film production company owned by Epigmenio Ibarra based in Mexico City. The company started as the telenovela-production unit for TV Azteca with Nada personal and has since produced many telenovelas for this network, it co-produced Sexo, pudor y lágrimas in 1999 directed by Antonio Serrano who has directed five telenovelas and another film with Argos. In 2001, Argos signed a contract with Telemundo to produce telenovels for this network and has since produced nine, including Gitanas. Argos owns an acting school, CasAzul, a music unit, Argos Música, a theater production unit, Argos Teatro. Most of the content produced by Argos is filmed in the majestic Estudios Churubusco that were used to produce all the films during the Mexican gold film era; as of December 31, 2006 Argos will no longer be co-producing any new projects with Telemundo. Argos has made a deal with TV Azteca to start production of new content, they have "Casablanca" in pre-production, slated to start sometime in February 2007.
Argos will finish up a few episodes of "Decisiones" with Telemundo. For 2007 Argos is producing a mini-series for HBO Latin America starring Ana de la Reguera. Argos Comunicación, Argos Cine – Film Argos Música Argos Teatro CasAzul – Acting school Zoom.tv It started out as a website with original content, a reality show with fixed cameras in a real house called Inquilino. Visitors to this website were able to go into a chat room and talk live to the renters living in the house, it had an internet radio station where Osvaldo Benavides hosted a weekend show. Zoom TV was the precursor of what Argos' dubbed as "la tercera mirada", a new television station, that would compete directly with the giant Televisa and TV Azteca, it was in January 2002 when this new TV station would emerge, but legal issues prevented Argos from tubing and this venture as well as the website disappeared. The programming was to be color-coded based on the content. For example, red was to be for adults only. CEO of Argos, Epigmenio Ibarra does not lose hope that some day, he will have an output in his homeland Mexico, but for now he will only work as a content generator.
Cronica de Una Muerte Anunciada Fuera del cielo Lucía, Lucía Ladies' Night La habitación azul Vivir mata Nocturno chilango Sexo, pudor y lágrimas Ingobernable Enemigo Íntimo El Chema La Doña Vuelve Temprano Los Miserables Señora Acero La Impostora Camelia la Texana Fortuna El Señor de los Cielos La Patrona Rosa Diamante Último Año Infames El 8vo Mandamiento Bienvenida Realidad El Sexo Debil Las Aparicio Deseo Prohibido Vivir sin ti ↔ Vivir por ti Mientras Haya Vida Marina Corazón partido Los Plateados Gitanas Ladrón de corazones El alma herida Daniela Cara o cruz Todo por amor La vida en el espejo El amor de mi vida Demasiado corazón Tentaciones Mirada de mujer Nada personal Capadocia Zepata Feliz Navidad Mamá La Virgen de Guadalupe Amor a las Carreras A dónde estás corazón Momento de decisión Se vale soñar Interview with Epigmenio Ibarra Interview with Epigmenio Ibarra on todito.com Argos Comunicación Webpage
Effi Briest is a 1971 East German film directed by Wolfgang Luderer. Angelica Domröse as Effi Briest Horst Schulze as Geert von Imstetten Walter Lendrich as Alonzo Gießhübler Ursula Am-Ende as Sidonie von Grasenabb Angelika Ritter as Hertha Jahnke Susanne Tischbier as Bertha Jahnke Marianne Wünscher as Marietta Tripelli Gerda Quies as Hulda Niemeyer Gerhard Bienert as Herr von Briest Inge Keller as Frau von Briest Dietrich Körner as Major von Crampas Waltraud Kramm as Frau von Crampas Harry Studt as Herr von Grasenabb Traute Sense as Frau von Grasenabb Heinz Hinze as Herr von Ahlemann Hanna Rieger as Frau von Ahlemann Axel Triebel as Baron von Jatzkow Erich Brauer as Baron von Borcke Hans Zimmermann as Kutscher Kruse Adolf Peter Hoffmann as Geheimrat Wüllersdorf Horst Friedrich as Dr. Rumschüttel Werner Schulz-Wittan as Dr. Hannemann Hans-Hartmut Krüger as Gizicki Hans Flössel as Wilke Hilde Kneip as Christel Eckhard Bilz as Dagobert Günther Ballier as Friedrich Krista Siegrid Lau as Johanna Lissy Tempelhof as Roswitha Lisa Macheiner as Ministerin Hannes W. Braun as Erster befrakter Herr Karl-Helge Hofstadt as Zweiter befrakter Herr Blanche Kommerell Effi Briest on IMDb Effi Briest is available for free download at the Internet Archive
Julio Valle Castillo, was born in Masaya, Nicaragua. He is a Poet, a literature, art. Valle-Castillo studied Hispanic Language and Literature at the National Autonomous University in Mexico. Valle-Castillo began publishing his poems in Pablo Antonio Cuadra's newspaper supplement, "La Prensa Literaria", in the 1970s. Valle-Castillo published his first book in 1977, "Las Armas Iniciales". Valle-Castillo, along with Mayra Jiménez, served as editor of "Poesía Libre", a monthly publication published during the Sandinista government; as of 2006, Julio Valle-Castillo served as the director of the Instituto Nicaragüense de Cultura. PublishedLas armas iniciales Las primeras notas del laúd Formas migratorias Materia jubilosa Ronda tribal para el nacimiento de Sandino Con los pasos cantados PoetryPoetas modernistas de Nicaragua Rimbaud entre nosotros Poesía francesa / Traducciones nicaragüenses.
Alvilde Prydz was a Norwegian novelist. She was born near Fredrikshald, now Halden in Østfold county, Norway, her parents were Paul Fredrik Birkenbusch Prydz a merchant and customs inspector and Andersine Nicoline Lund. She grew up in a large group of children on the farm of Tosterød Fredrikshald; the family moved to Christiania. When she was 19 years old, she earned her first post as a governess in the family of a priest in Telemark. Between 1866–67, she attended a local girls' school; when the priest and his family moved to Hitra in Sør-Trøndelag county, she went there for three years of work and self-study. In 1880, she gained some attention by the story Agn og Agnar. In 1884, she met in Copenhagen with writer Amalie Skram. After the publication of I Moll she received a government stipend and traveled in Denmark, Germany and Italy; the bulk of her published writing appeared in the 1890s. She won her works were translated into several languages, her work has appeared in English=language editions, most notably The Heart of the Northern Sea and Sanpriel: the Promised Land.
She was a sister of Frithjof Prydz. Undervejs Lykke Mennesker Arnak Dröm Bellis Gunvor Thorsdatter til Hœro Sylvia Blade Aino Det lovede Land Barnene paa Hœro Gaard I Ulvedalene Mens det var Sommer Alvilde Prydz This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Gilman, D. C.. New International Encyclopedia. New York: Dodd, Mead