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Fast cutting

Fast cutting is a film editing technique which refers to several consecutive shots of a brief duration. It can be used to convey a lot of information quickly, or to imply either energy or chaos. Fast cutting is frequently used when shooting dialogue between two or more characters, changing the viewer's perspective to either focus on the reaction of another character's dialog, or to bring to attention the non-verbal actions of the speaking character. One famous example of fast cutting is the shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock's film Psycho. More recent examples include the can-can scene in Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge!. The film Mind Game makes extensive use of fast cutting to convey hundreds of short scenes in the space of fifteen minutes. In Run Lola Run fast cutting is used to tell stories about minor characters to show how the casual actions of the protagonists have profound impact on what happens to them. In various moments in the Saw movies, fast cutting is used during trap scenes, which represent their frantic struggle to escape the trap.

Director Michael Bay makes extensive use of fast-cutting in many of his feature films. He uses the technique most prominently during action sequences, in which it is used to make the action more energetic and intense. A hip hop montage is a subset of fast cutting used in film to portray a complex action through a rapid series of simple actions in fast motion, accompanied by sound effects; the technique was first given its name by Darren Aronofsky, who used the technique in his films Pi and Requiem for a Dream to portray drug use. According to the director's commentary of Requiem for a Dream, the hip hop montage is used in film as a sample is used in hip hop, with a few moments of film or video repeated throughout the work for effect; the technique is derived from the hip hop culture of the 1990s and jump cuts first pioneered in the French new wave. It was used earlier in Bob Fosse's Paul Thomas Anderson's Boogie Nights. Guy Ritchie used the technique in Snatch to portray transcontinental travel.

The work of Edgar Wright, most notably in his collaboration with Simon Pegg uses the technique for comedic effect. Joseph Gordon-Levitt used the technique extensively in Don Jon to portray the main character's habits. Slow cutting kinestasis

Siegfried Obermeier

Siegfried Obermeier was a German author of historical novels and popular history books. He was editor of The Secret Diaries of Ludwig II of Bavaria 1976. In 1978 he issued his first novel under the penname Carl de Scott, a novelisation of the second life of Judas Iscariot, his Jesus in India book "Starb Jesus in Kaschmir?" made it to the Year Bestseller List of the Spiegel in 1983. Tourist guidebook to Carinthia 1974 Katia Mann, Meine ungeschriebenen Memoiren, - The unwritten memoires of Katia Mann Frankfurt 1974 Münchens Goldene Jahre 1976 Walter von der Vogelweide Der Spielmann des Reiches. Biography 1980 Richard Löwenherz. König, Abenteurer - Richard the Lionheart Biography 1982 Starb Jesus in Kaschmir? Das Geheimnis seines Lebens und Wirkens in Indien 1983 Das geheime Tagebuch König Ludwig II. 1986 Die Muse von Rom, Angelika Kauffmann und ihre Zeit - Biography of Angelika Kauffmann, 1987 Ludwig der Bayer. Herzog und Kaiser Biografie 1989 Magie und Geheimnis der alten Religionen 1993 Die unheiligen Väter.

Gottes Stellvertreter zwischen Machtgier und Frömmigkeit. Geschichte der Päpste, 1995 Verlorene Kindheit. Erinnerungen aus der Kriegszeit autobiography 2006 Eine kurze Geschichte des Monotheismus 2008 Kreuz und Adler - Das zweite Leben des Judas Ischariot; the Second Life of Judas Iscariot. Novel 1978 München leuchtet übers Jahr. Ein bayrischer Roman. Novel 1985 Mein Kaiser, mein Herr. Ein Roman aus der Zeit Karls des Großen. Novel 1986..und baute ihr einen Tempel. Roman um Ramses II. Novel 1987 Im Schatten des Feuerbergs. Der Roman Siziliens. Novel 1989 Caligula. Der grausame Gott. Novel 1990 Würd' ich mein Herz der Liebe weihn... Wolfgang Amadeus. Novel on Mozart1991 Torquemada. Der Grossinquisitor - Symbol für Angst und Schrecken. Novel 1992 Im Zeichen der Lilie. Novel on Gilles de Rais and Joan of Arc 1994 Kleopatra. Im Zeichen der Schlange. Ein historischer Roman. 1996 Die Hexenwaage. Ein Kriminalroman aus dem 17. Jahrhundert. 1997 Die schwarze Lucretia. Historischer Kriminalroman. 1998 Echnaton. Im Zeichen der Sonne.

Novel on Akhnaton 1998 Don Juan. Der Mann, den die Frauen liebten novel 2000 Sappho novel 2001 Messalina. Die lasterhafte Kaiserin. Novel on Valeria Messalina 2002 "Kreuz und Adler" Die Geschichte des Judas. 2002 Salomo und die Königin von Saba. 2004 Um Liebe und Tod. Das lasterhafte Leben des François Villon. Novel 2005 Das Spiel der Kurtisanen. Novel on Agnes Bernauer mistress of the Duke of Bavaria. 2010 Bianca Lancia Die Buhle des Kaisers 2011

Arundel Society

The Arundel Society was founded at London in 1849 and named after the Earl of Arundel, the famous collector of the Arundel Marbles and one of the first great English patrons and lovers of the arts. The society was the idea of the lawyer Bellenden Ker and was founded at a meeting in the house of the famous painter Charles Eastlake, attended by Eastlake, Giovanni Aubrey Bezzi, Edmund Oldfield; the society's purpose was to promote knowledge of the art works of the old Italian and other European masters. Much of the work of the society consisted of publishing chromolithographs of Italian art works fresco paintings, of earlier centuries and raising public awareness for the preservation of these works. One of the people most responsible for furthering the goals of the society was Henry Layard, who joined in 1852; some of the other important early members were John Ruskin, Charles Thomas Newton, Henry Liddell. Members of the Society's Council in 1877 included Frederick William Burton, Lord Elcho, Edward Poynter, George Edmund Street, Philip Charles Hardwick, George Richmond, the architect John Norton.

The society was discontinued in 1897. The Arundel Club was a society founded in London in 1904 for the purpose of continuing more the work of the Arundel Society, which had encouraged the study of art by reproducing the best works of the old masters; the Arundel Club went further by copying and publishing important works in private collections inaccessible. This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Gilman, D. C.. New International Encyclopedia. New York: Dodd, Mead

Houma Bayou Bucks

The Houma Bayou Bucks was a team in the National Indoor Football League. The Bayou Bucks were announced as a team on December 19, 2001; the team's first GM was Travis Carrell and their first head coach was Jack Phillips Jr.. The Bayou Bucks competed in the NIFL from 2002 through the 2004 seasons, playing their home games at the Houma Terrebonne Civic Center in Houma, Louisiana; the team colors were: Gold and White. After the 2004 NIFL season, Sudo Properties, Inc. parent company of the Bayou Bucks football team, had filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government. The suit accuses TPCG of illegal acts spanning a three-year period. Following the lawsuit, the franchise folded. March 23 Austin Knights at Houma Bayou Bucks 40–39 March 30 Houma Bayou Bucks at Oklahoma Crude 29–31 April 5 Houma Bayou Bucks at Louisiana Rangers 64–81 April 12 bye April 20 Tupelo FireAnts at Houma Bayou Bucks 24–44 April 27 Houma Bayou Bucks at Lake Charles Land Sharks 16–37 May 5 Mississippi Fire Dogs at Houma Bayou Bucks 7–26 May 11 Winston-Salem Energy at Houma Bayou Bucks – cancelled in 3rd Qtr. due to fightMay 18 Houma Bayou Bucks at Winston-Salem Energy 31–61 May 25 Louisiana Rangers at Houma Bayou Bucks 50–43 June 1 Houma Bayou Bucks at Mississippi Fire Dogs 31–22 June 8 Houma Bayou Bucks at Austin Knights 53–42 June 15 bye June 22 Oklahoma Crude at Houma Bayou Bucks 15–58 June 29 Lake Charles Land Sharks at Houma Bayou Bucks 42–31 July 6 Houma Bayou Bucks at Austin Knights 32–40 March 15 bye March 22 Myrtle Beach Stingrays at Houma Bayou Bucks 14–29 March 29 Oklahoma Crude at Houma Bayou Bucks 18–29 April 5 Houma Bayou Bucks at Utah Warriors 61–36 April 12 Houma Bayou Bucks at Beaumont Drillers 54–44 April 19 Houma Bayou Bucks at Austin Rockers 44–33 April 26 Houma Bayou Bucks at Lake Charles Land Sharks 35–48 May 4 Tupelo FireAnts at Houma Bayou Bucks 26–47 May 10 Lake Charles Land Sharks at Houma Bayou Bucks 21–28 May 17 Houma Bayou Bucks at Tupelo FireAnts 49–43 May 24 Beaumont Drillers at Houma Bayou Bucks 40–6 May 31 Houma Bayou Bucks at Myrtle Beach Stingrays 36–30 June 7 Houma Bayou Bucks at Oklahoma Crude 36–39 June 14 Austin Rockers at Houma Bayou Bucks 39–42 June 21 bye June 28 Evansville BlueCats at Houma Bayou Bucks 6–55July 5 bye NIFL playoffs July 12 Houma Bayou Bucks at Lake Charles Land Sharks 19–44 March 12 Houma Bayou Bucks at Tupelo FireAnts 50–58 March 20 Lake Charles Land Sharks at Houma Bayou Bucks 13–43 April 3 Beaumont Drillers at Houma Bayou Bucks 43–52 April 10 Wichita Falls Thunder at Houma Bayou Bucks 51–66 April 17 Houma Bayou Bucks at Lake Charles Land Sharks 39–33 April 24 bye May 1 Tupelo FireAnts at Houma Bayou Bucks 55–84 May 8 Houma Bayou Bucks at Beaumont Drillers 51–40 May 15 Houma Bayou Bucks at Lake Charles Land Sharks 31–27 May 22 Evansville BlueCats at Houma Bayou Bucks 51–49 May 28 Houma Bayou Bucks at Tupelo FireAnts 60–58 June 6 bye June 12 Beaumont Drillers at Houma Bayou Bucks 66–74 June 19 Waco Marshals at Houma Bayou Bucks 0–74 June 26 Oklahoma Crude at Houma Bayou Bucks 33–84 July 2 Houma Bayou Bucks at Tupelo FireAnts 50–54 NIFL Conference Semi-finals July 16 Houma Bayou Bucks at Lexington Horsemen 63–70 Houma Bayou Bucks online fan club Houma Bayou Bucks fan website

Garrod Thomas

Sir Abraham Garrod Thomas was a Welsh physician, magistrate and Member of Parliament. He was born near Aberaeron, in Cardiganshire, the son of Lewis Thomas, he was a Welsh speaker to age 13, was educated at Milford Haven. At the University of Edinburgh he graduated M. B. in 1876, that year became a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. After graduation he studied at Vienna, he became M. D. at Edinburgh in 1878, started work in Newport, Monmouthshire. In 1892 he founded the South Wales Argus. In 1915 he donated the house at 25 Clytha Park, Newport for the treatment of tuberculous children, he owned Newport. Thomas was appointed High Sheriff of Cardiganshire for 1900, he was elected Liberal Member of Parliament for South Monmouthshire in a 1917 by-election, but did not stand again. At the time of the Newport by-election, in 1922, he was President of the local Liberal Association and was first approached to stand as Liberal candidate, but in the end William Lynden Moore was chosen, a neutral in the conflict between Asquith Liberals and supporters of Lloyd George.

In 1879 Thomas married Eleanor, daughter of Richard Hughes Richards of Newport. The chemist Richard Noel Garrod-Thomas was their son

1753 in poetry

Nationality words link to articles with information on the nation's poetry or literature. Christopher Smart wins the Seatonian Prize for the third time, he won it in 1750 and 1751 and will win it again in 1755. John Armstrong, Taste: An epistle to a young critic Theophilus Cibber, The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland, compiled by Robert Shiels with added material and revisions by Cibber Thomas Cooke, An Ode on Benevolence, published anonymously Robert Dodsley, Public Virtue Thomas Francklin, Translation: A poem Richard Gifford, Contemplation: A poem, published anonymously Thomas Gray, "Hymn to Adversity" Henry Jones, Merit: A poem William Kenrick, The Whole Duty of Woman, published anonymously John Ogilvie, The Day of Judgment, published anonymously Christopher Pitt, others, The Works of Virgil, in Latin and English, for Pitt, publication was posthumous Christopher Smart, The Hilliad: an epic poem, a satire on Sir John Hill, editor of the British Magazine, sparked by some of Hill's criticisms in the August 1752 issue of The Impertinent of Smart's Poems on Several Occasions that year William Smith, A Poem on Visiting the Academy of Philadelphia, June 1753, Smith had been invited to visit by Benjamin Franklin.