The AFI Catalog of Feature Films known as the AFI Catalog is an ongoing project by the American Film Institute to catalog all commercially made and theatrically exhibited American motion pictures, from the earliest days of the industry to the present. It began as a series of hardcover books known as The American Film Institute Catalog of Motion Pictures, subsequently became an online database exclusively; each entry in the catalog includes the film's title, physical description and distribution companies and release dates, personal credits, a plot summary, notes on the film's history. The films are indexed by personal credits and distribution companies, year of release, major and minor plot subjects. To qualify for the "Feature Films" volumes, a film must have been commercially made by an American company, given a theatrical release in 35 mm or larger gauge to the general public, with a running time of at least 40 minutes; the hardcover volumes published: A, Film Beginnings, 1893–1910 Subtitled "A Work in Progress" due to the scant information available on many films released in this era.
Foreign-made films are included. F1, Feature Films, 1911–1920 F2, Feature Films, 1921–1930 F3, Feature Films, 1931–1940 With this volume, the project began to include plot summaries written for the catalog from viewing the movie itself, whenever possible, instead of relying on plot summaries taken from copyright registrations, studio publicity materials, or reviews. F4, Feature Films, 1941–1950 F6, Feature Films, 1961–1970 Due to the large number of co-productions between American and foreign companies in the 1960s, the difficulty of determining any particular film's nationality, this volume includes all feature films released theatrically in the United States in that period; the hardcover edition includes pornographic features, although they have been excluded from the electronic database edition. Errors in the print editions have been carried over to the online version, despite published criticisms, there is no means by which users can offer discussions or corrections; the publication of the hardcover volumes was suspended due to budgetary reasons after volume F4 in 1997.
Feature films released from 1951 through 1960, from 1971 through 1993 have been cataloged only in the online database. The project estimates. Film School students are offered the opportunity to provide plot synopses and original research, but input from other, experienced film researchers is not encouraged; the project will eventually catalog short films and newsreels. AFI Catalog of Feature Films
"Den Herren will ich loben" is a Christian hymn by Maria Luise Thurmair, based on the Magnificat and set to a 1613 melody by Melchior Teschner, used for "Valet will ich dir geben". The hymn in three stanzas of eight lines was first written in 1954, revised in 1971, it appeared in the Catholic hymnal Gotteslob in 1975, in the current Gotteslob, but in a German Protestant hymnal. A general song of praise, it has been set to music several times. Maria Luise Thurmair wrote the hymn first in 1954, it is a close paraphrase of the Magnificat, written to match a 1613 melody by Melchior Teschner. The hymn is in three stanzas of eight lines each, it was revised in 1971. It appeared in the Catholic hymnal Gotteslob in 1975 as GL 261. In the current Gotteslob, it is GL 395, in the section "Lob, Dank und Anbetung". Based on a biblical Marian song, it was included in regional parts of the Protestant hymnal Evangelisches Gesangbuch in Bavaria and Thuringia as EG 604; as a general song of praise, it is suitable for any church service, but for Marian feast days.
The melody by Melchior Teschner, used for "Valet will ich dir geben", begins with a rising first line, spanning an octave, suitable for praise. The melody was used for many hymns; the hymn was set by Karl-Ludwig Nies for the visit of Pope Benedict XVI at the Frauenkirche, the cathedral of Munich dedicated to Mary, in 2007. Nies scored it for mixed choir and timpani. Thomas Schmid wrote a setting for four-part choir and optional strings, published by Dr. J. Butz. Karl Norbert Schmid composed a prelude and setting for brass, published by Bärenreiter in a collection Bläserbuch zum Gotteslob to accompany the new edition of Gotteslob in 2013. Marti, Andreas. "523 Valet will ich dir geben". In Evang, Martin. Liederkunde zum Evangelischen Gesangbuch, Heft 4. Liederkunde zum Evangelischen Gesangbuch. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. Pp. 88–95. ISBN 9783647503462. Bläserbuch zum Gotteslob / Vorspiele und Begleitsätze zu Liedern des neuen Gotteslob. Bärenreiter. Den Herren will ich loben. Dr. J. Butz. A Dieu va ma louange.
Chants-protestants.com. "Den Herren will ich loben / Leben in Gott – Lob, Dank und Anbetung". Mein-gotteslob.de. Retrieved 15 October 2017. Den Herren will ich loben. Gotteslob. 2013. Teschner, Melchior – Den Herren will ich loben: für gem Chor, Trompete in C und Pauken / Partitur. Die Christliche Liederdatenbank. 2017. Teschner, Melchior – Den Herren will ich loben: für gem Chor, Trompete in C und Pauken / Partitur. Noten Petroll. 2007. Archived from the original on 2017-10-20. "Numerisches Verzeichnis der Gesänge im GL 2013 mit Hinweis auf enthaltene Gesänge des GL 1974". Diocese of Limburg. 2013. Retrieved 5 October 2017
Cristina Villanueva Manalo, popularly known as Ka Tenny Manalo, is the widow of former Iglesia ni Cristo Executive Minister, Eraño G. Manalo, she stood a loyal wife beside her husband who led the church for over 46 years, from the death of Felix Manalo in 1963 and until the latter's death in 2009. Her eldest son, Eduardo V. Manalo, at the time Deputy Executive Minister assumed the post seven days after his predecessor's demise. In the midst of the INC leadership controversy in 2015, Tenny was excommunicated, it was announced through circulars on regular worship services of July 23rd to 25th, signed by INC Secretary-General Radel G. Cortez with the approval of Executive Minister Eduardo Manalo. Lolita "Lottie" Manalo - Hemedez, Felix Nathaniel "Angel" Manalo and Marco Eraño Manalo were expelled on the grounds of violating the doctrine on unity, INC's 22nd principal doctrine. Cristina Arámbulo Villanueva was born at 2:45 PM of February 1, 1937 at Philippine General Hospital in Ermita, Manila Philippines.
She is the seventh child of Jacinto Mercado Villanueva of Pasay and Asunción Arámbulo y Alipon of Santa Rosa, Laguna. Her parents were members of the Philippine Independent Church. On January 17, 1955, at age of 17, she married the 30-year old Eraño "Erdy" Manalo, two years on his term as the heir to succeed his father, being the Deputy Executive Minister elected by the INC Administrative Council, she conceived six children named Eduardo, Erlinda, Felix Nathaniel II and Marco Eraño. Her eldest, Eduardo followed his father's path as the leader of the church and was married to Babylyn Ventura. Lolita or "Lottie", her second child, lived in private with husband Eduard Hemedez, her third child Erlinda or "Eileen", became a fellow wife of an evangelist when she married Romualdo Alcantara, the current Assistant Director of the New Era University College of Evangelical Ministry. Her fourth child Liberty or "Beth" followed the footsteps of aunt Pilar Manalo Danao, when she took Music major and graduated at University of the Philippines College of Music.
Beth became part of the UP Singing Ambassadors where she met her future husband Albert Albert, a relative to singer, Joey Albert. Her fifth and youngest child, sons Felix Nathaniel II or "Angel" and Marco Eraño or "Marc" on the other hand, became co-evangelical ministers of their elder brother. Eraño established an ideal family. Tenny enjoyed her status as the so-called "First Lady" for five decades.. Unlike being a First Lady of the Head of State, the wife of the Executive Minister does not earn religious responsibilities for the church administration, instead her role is exclusive within her own family like what an ordinary wife and mother is, to her husband and children. In July 2015, INC celebrated its 101st anniversary with a dispute between the INC Administrative Council and some members of the Manalo family including member critics and ministers Isaias Samson Jr. et al. A YouTube video was released few days before the nearing celebration, with Tenny and Angel Manalo pleading for help, claiming their lives were in danger.
Tenny mentioned her daughter Lottie's security and begged prayers for the group of ten ministers presumed abducted and tortured. This information were earlier issued on the blog Iglesia Ni Cristo Silent No More under whistleblower, pseudonym Antonio Ramirez Ebangelista. A day after the release of the video, Lottie and Marc were expelled from the church, announced through circulars on the mid-week worship services, on grounds of creating divisions in the church. Tenny Manalo is portrayed in the 2015 epic and biographical film Felix Manalo by actress Heart Evangelista