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Andrzej Filipowicz

Andrzej Filipowicz is Polish chess International Master, FIDE International Arbiter, FIDE Honorary Member. In the years 1959-1980, Andrzej Filipowicz eighteen times participated in the Polish Chess Championships finals which were most successful in 1971 in Poznań, where he won a bronze medal. Andrzej Filipowicz was winner of many international chess tournament awards, including shared first place with Bruno Parma in Rubinstein Memorial in Polanica-Zdrój, he was awarded the FIDE International Master title in 1975. Andrzej Filipowicz played for Poland in the Chess Olympiads: In 1960, at second reserve board in the 14th Chess Olympiad in Leipzig, In 1962, at second reserve board in the 15th Chess Olympiad in Varna, In 1964, at fourth board in the 16th Chess Olympiad in Tel Aviv, In 1966, at second reserve board in the 17th Chess Olympiad in Havana, In 1970, at second reserve board in the 19th Chess Olympiad in Siegen, In 1972, at first reserve board in the 20th Chess Olympiad in Skopje. Andrzej Filipowicz played for Poland in the European Team Chess Championship: In 1973, at fourth board in the 5th European Team Chess Championship in Bath.

From the mid-1970s, Andrzej Filipowicz became known as a chess activist. During this period, for the first time he was elected to the Board of the Polish Chess Federation, in whose he was in the next several decades. In 1993, Andrzej Filipowicz was awarded the title of an Honorary Member of the Polish Chess Federation. From 1978, he held many functions in the structures of FIDE, including chairman of the FIDE Classification Committee, a member of the FIDE Central Committee and the FIDE Executive Board, as well as the President of the Eastern European Zone. Andrzej Filipowicz is the secretary of the FIDE Technical Commission. In 2006, as the third Polish chess player in history after Dawid Przepiórka and Mieczysław Najdorf, he was honored with the title of Honorary Member of FIDE. In 1984 Andrzej Filipowicz was awarded the title of FIDE International Arbiter, he has been a chief arbiter in major chess tournaments such as Classical World Chess Championship Match 2000, Classical World Chess Championship Candidates Tournament 2002, FIDE World Blitz Championship 2006, World Junior Chess Championship 2010, World Rapid & Blitz Chess Championship 2012 and 2013, World Women's Rapid & Blitz Chess Championship 2014, World Chess Championship Championship Match 2014.

In 1971 Andrzej Filipowicz obtained the title of doctor of technical sciences at the Warsaw University of Technology. In 1986-1990 he was the editor-in-chief of the Polish chess magazine Szachy but worked in chess magazines Szachisty and Szachista. Andrzej Filipowicz player profile and games at Chessgames.com Andrzej Filipowicz chess games at 365chess.com

Alcazar, Edmonton

The Alcazar known as the Alcazar Cinematograph Theatre, was an entertainment venue in Fore Street, Edmonton in London. The building was destroyed during World War II; the Alcazar opened in 1913 with the film The Battle of Waterloo. In addition to being a cinema, the Alcazar hosted concerts, roller skating and wrestling, it had a separate dance hall and summer and winter gardens. It had a Moorish style front with verandah; the Alcazar was renovated in 1933 and sound added to the cinema. The Alcazar was badly damaged by bombings in 1940 and 1944; the remains were demolished and the site redeveloped in the 1960s. A mosaic in nearby Moree Way created by Art Start and local schoolchildren commemorates the Alcazar. Https://lower-edmonton.co.uk/leisure/leisure.html http://blog.boxinghistory.org.uk/2011/09/londons-beautiful-boxing-arena-was-kod.html

Marina Jacoby

Marina Eugenia Jacoby Santos is a Nicaraguan model and beauty pageant titleholder, crowned Miss Nicaragua 2016. She represented her Nicaragua at the Miss Universe 2016 pageant. Jacoby works as a model in Nicaragua, she considers herself as an honest, social & loyal person. Jacoby has said that as Miss Nicaragua she will be involved in initiatives to eradicate harassment, whether physical, verbal or cyber bullying. “Your best recipe for this type of attack has been to ignore them and turn the page.”I want to make kids raise their self-esteem so they can develop their potential." Jacoby won the title of Miss Nicaragua 2016 on March 5, 2016. She was crowned by Daniela Torres of Managua; as Miss Nicaragua 2016, Jacoby competed at the Miss Universe 2016 Unplaced. Official Miss Nicaragua website La Prensa - Nicaraguan News Paper El Nuevo Diario - Nicaraguan News Paper

Casey Kelly (songwriter)

Casey Kelly is an American songwriter and musician. Kelly has written several Grammy-nominated songs, his many hits include four Top Ten Country Music Hits: "Anyone Who Isn't Me Tonight" by Kenny Rogers and Dottie West, "Soon" by Tanya Tucker, "Somewhere Down the Line" by T G Shepherd and country music standard, "The Cowboy Rides Away" by George Strait. He works as a session player and singer and performs in clubs and concerts for audiences throughout the US and Europe. A frequent mentor and workshop contributor, Casey is a member of ASCAP, NSAI the Songwriters Guild of America Board of Councilors; the Complete Idiot's Guide to the Art of Songwriting is his first published book. Kelly began his career performing in Baton Rouge with a local group known as the Greek Fountains, he moved to New York City to work as a session musician and singer, arranger, music publisher, record producer and record company executive. He toured with Tom Rush, playing guitar and piano and went to Los Angeles where he signed a recording deal with producer Joe Wissert through Warner Brothers Records.

After releasing a single at Warner Brothers Records he moved on to A&M Records and formed the Luziana Band, recorded by Jim Hilton. His next label deal was at Elektra Records where he worked with producer Richard Sanford Orshoff, recording two nationally acclaimed LP's, "Casey Kelly" and "For Sale", he toured extensively opening shows and performing with various acts including America and Frank Zappa. Recruited by famous publisher/producer Bob Montgomery, Kelly moved to Nashville in 1978, where he has lived since writing songs for many of the major publishers and artists. In addition to his top ten country hits, he wrote “That Road Not Taken” by Joe Diffie, "Only Game in Town" by America and "Resign Yourself" by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, he had a radio hit his own song "Poor Boy." The following is a list of Casey Kelly compositions. 1972: "Casey Kelly" – Casey Kelly 1974: "For Sale" – Casey Kelly 1995: "Himownself: The Hits" - Casey Kelly 2017: "The Long Road to You" - Kelly&Ellis In 2011, Kelly and co-writer David Hodge released a self-help text for songwriters entitled The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Art of Songwriting

1964 Cannes Film Festival

The 17th Cannes Film Festival was held from 29 April to 14 May 1964. On this occasion, the Palme d’Or was renamed "Grand Prix du Festival International du Film", a name that remained in use through 1974, after which it became the Palme d'Or again; the Grand Prix went to the Les Parapluies de Cherbourg by Jacques Demy. The festival opened with Cent mille dollars au soleil, directed by Henri Verneuil; the following people were appointed as the Jury of the 1964 competition:Feature films Fritz Lang Jury President Charles Boyer Vice President Joaquín Calvo-Sotelo René Clément Jean-Jacques Gautier Alexandre Karaganov Lorens Marmstedt Geneviève Page Raoul Ploquin Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. Véra Volmane Short film jury Jean-Jacques Languepin Vice President Jiří Brdečka Robert Ménégoz Hubert Seggelke Alex Seiler The following feature films competed for the Grand Prix du Festival International du Film: The following films were selected to be screened out of competition: The Fall of the Roman Empire by Anthony Mann Skoplje'63 by Veljko Bulajić White Voices by Pasquale Festa Campanile and Massimo Franciosa The following short films competed for the Short Film Palme d'Or: The following feature films were screened for the 3rd International Critics' Week: The following films and people received the 1964 Official selection awards: Grand Prix du Festival International du Film: The Umbrellas of Cherbourg by Jacques Demy Prix spécial du Jury: The Woman in the Dunes by Hiroshi Teshigahara Best Actress: Barbara Barrie for One Potato, Two Potato Anne Bancroft for The Pumpkin Eater Best Actor: Antal Páger for Drama of the Lark Saro Urzì for Seduced and Abandoned Special Mention: Andrzej Munk for Pasażerka and his entire workShort films Grand Prix du Jury: Le prix de la victoire by Nobuko Shibuya & La douceur du village by François Reichenbach Prix spécial du Jury: Help!

My Snowman's Burning Down by Carson Davidson & Sillages by Serge Roullet Short film Technical Prize: Dawn Of The Capricorne by Ahmad Faroughy-Kadjar FIPRESCI FIPRESCI Prize: Passenger by Andrzej MunkCommission Supérieure Technique Technical Grand Prize: The Umbrellas of Cherbourg by Jacques Demy Dead Woman from Beverly Hills by Michael PflegharOCIC Award The Umbrellas of Cherbourg by Jacques Demy Barren Lives by Nelson Pereira dos SantosKodak Short Film Award Lacrimae rerum by Nicolas Nicolaides INA: Opening of the 1964 festival INA: Arrivée des personnalités au Palais des festivals INA: List of winners of the 1964 Cannes Festival 1964 Cannes Film Festival Official website Retrospective 1964 Cannes Film Festival Awards for 1964 at Internet Movie Database