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AC Ajaccio

Athletic Club Ajaccio referred to as AC Ajaccio, ACA or Ajaccio, is a French association football club based in the city of Ajaccio on the island of Corsica. The club was founded in 1910 and plays in Ligue 2; the club president is Christian Leca, the first-team is coached by manager Olivier Pantaloni, following the sacking of Christian Bracconi in October 2014. Ajaccio play their home matches at the Stade François Coty and are rivals with fellow Corsican club Bastia, with whom they contest the Corsica derby. Depending on sources, it is agreed that Ajaccio began playing in 1909–10, their adopted colors are white stripes. Though they used to play in what was utilised as a sand dump, they decided to move to another, safer stadium upon the insistence of Jean Lluis, father-in-law of club president Louis Baretti; the new stadium, chosen held 5,000 spectators and was in use until 1969. AC Ajaccio were elected Corsican champions on eight occasions, in 1920, 1921, 1934, 1939, 1948, 1950, 1955 and 1964, are one of three big "island" teams, along with Gazélec Ajaccio and Bastia, the competition between the three being kept no secret.

Spectators during the 1946 Corsican Cup final, held between A. C. A. and Sporting Bastia were handed umbrellas to shield themselves from the violence. Upon refusal of a penalty which would have been awarded to ACA, violence erupted between the fans, who used umbrellas both to cause and shield themselves from violence; this final was replayed much later. A. C. A. became a professional team in 1965 thanks to the ambitious efforts of the club's leaders. They adopted the symbol of the polar bear, but this has since been dropped in favour of a more stylised logo that uses a part of the Corsican flag. In 1967, the team became the first Corsican club to play in France's top division, they were most in Ligue 1 in the 2013–14 season, when they were relegated after finishing in last place, following a spell of three seasons in the top flight. As of 15 January 2020. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. For a complete list of AC Ajaccio players, see Category:AC Ajaccio players.

As of 15 February 2020. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Division 2 Champions: 1966–67, 2001–02 Championnat National Champions: 1997–98 Ligue de Corse Champions: 1920, 1921, 1934, 1939, 1948, 1950, 1955, 1964, 1994 Soccerway Profile

Marilia Rocha

Marília Rocha is a Brazilian filmmaker whose work has focused in the potentialities of documentary film. Her works have been included in the festivals and special screenings of MoMA – Museum of Modern Art, It's All True, Rotterdam IFF, Guadalajara IFF, among others. Since 2003 she is a member of Teia, along with Clarissa Campolina, Helvécio Marins Jr. Leonardo Barcelos, Pablo Lobato and Sérgio Borges; the group founded a center for audiovisual production and research where they work collaboratively, combining the individual production with projects that involve the whole team and invited professionals. A Falta que me Faz / Like Water Through Stone Acácio Aboio / Cattle Callers Cattle Callers Best film 10th It's All True – International Documentary Festival. Like Water Through Stone 39th Film Festival Rotterdam 42nd Brasília Festival of Brazilian Film 13th Tiradentes Film Festival Acacio 38th International Film Festival Rotterdam 11th BAFICI - Buenos Aires Independent Film Festival DocLisboa 2009 24th Guadalajara International Film Festival 10th International Film Festival of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria 32nd São Paulo International Film Festival SANFIC5 -Santiago International Festival 13th Lima International Festival 31st Havana Film Festival 12th Tiradentes Film Festival forumdoc.bh.2008 - International Documentary Festival I Semana dos Realizadores Cattle Callers MoMA - The Museum of Modern Art 21st Guadalajara International Film Festival 41st Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 9th Rencontres internationales du documentaire de Montréal 7th Tempo Documentary Festival 10th It's All True – International Documentary Festival Rio International Festival 9th CinePE FICA – International Festival of Environmental Film and Video 10th Rio de Janeiro International Ethnographic Film Festival 10th FAM - Florianópolis Audiovisual Mercosul Indie2005 - World Film Festival 9th Tiradentes Film Festival Les Écrans Documentaires Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin Official website mariliarocha.com Marilia Rocha's Vimeo channel Teia Films Cinelatinoamericano.org Revista Cinética - A Falta que me Faz Revista Cinética - Aboio

Laville DI-4

Laville DI-4 was a prototype two-seat fighter aircraft developed in the Soviet Union in the 1930s. The chief designer Henri Laville was one of several French aviation specialists invited to work in the Soviet Union and not the DI-4 layout was typical of the French trend at the time with a high-mounted gull wing and all-metal construction. Test flight program was completed in 1933 but despite good performance the aircraft did not enter mass production, in part because Soviet Union had no plans to purchase the Curtiss V-1570 engine. Data from Istoriia konstruktskii samoletov v SSSR do 1938General characteristics Crew: 2 Length: 8.5 m Wingspan: 13.3 m Wing area: 23.9 m2 Empty weight: 1,448 kg Gross weight: 1,949 kg Powerplant: × Curtiss V-1570 Conqueror V-12 liquid-cooled piston engine, 448 kW Propellers: 2-bladed fixed-pitch propellerPerformance Maximum speed: 266 km/h Range: 500 km Service ceiling: 6,440 m Time to altitude: 5,000 m in 17 minutes Power/mass: 0.230 kW/kg Horizontal turn time: 15 secondsArmament