Strange – A Black and White Mode by Anton Corbijn is the second music video compilation by Depeche Mode, featuring the first five Depeche Mode videos directed by Anton Corbijn, released in 1988. Corbijn shot the entire video album in Super-8; the five videos are in black and white, except for some random megaphones that were colored red. There were the three main singles for Music for the Masses, the final Black Celebration single "A Question of Time", "Pimpf", the instrumental closer to Music for the Masses; the "Pimpf" video is exclusive to "Strange". VVC248 VVC336, a limited edition with six postcards, four of them signed by the band members MF026, re-issued in 1999 38147-3 BVVP-90, includes a notes sheet and a postcard BVLP-90 All videos are present on all releases. "A Question of Time" "Strangelove" "Never Let Me Down Again", longer than the video on "The Videos 86–98" and "The Videos 86-98+" "Behind the Wheel", longer than the video on "The Videos 86–98" and "The Videos 86-98+" "Pimpf"All songs were written by Martin L. Gore All videos were directed by Anton Corbijn
Catalina Saavedra Pérez is a Chilean film and television actress. She is better known to international audiences for playing the title character in the 2009 film The Maid, for which she received several awards and nominations. Saavedra's father is the writer Omar Saavedra Santis, she started acting lessons at the age of ten, prompted by her mother's hiring of a private theater arts teacher in Valparaíso, Chile. Years her love for acting led her to deepen her studies at the "Escuela de Teatro Imagen" in Santiago, in Barcelona, when she began to study experimental theatre. Saavedra's first professional theatre performances were in roles in plays such as "El Despertar", "Pervertimientos y Otros Gestos Para Nada" and "La noche de la Iguana", in a Café-chantant called "TV cable 90". On film, Saavedra's first appearances were in short films, such as "El Bidón" and "Volando Voy". Saavedra's has performed various roles in a several soap operas, sitcoms and TV shows on Chilean and German television. International recognition for Saavedra came in 2009, for her leading role as Raquel in the 2009 Chilean film The Maid.
It was released on August 13, 2009 in Chile and October 16, 2009 in the United States, grossing over $400,000 in the first few weeks in theaters with only 18 copies circulating, turning into one of the most successful Chilean films in the United States. The film ended its theatrical run in the United States with a gross of $576,608, her role was praised by specialized press and critics around the world, bestowing her many acting awards, including Best Actress at the Sundance Film Festival, Torino Film Festival, Huelva Film Festival, Biarritz Film Festival, Cartagena Film Festival and Miami Film Festival, a breakthrough award at the Gotham Independent Film Awards and a Satellite Awards nomination. In late 2009, she appeared as a possible nominee for the most important film awards, Academy Awards and Golden Globes Awards along with the film The Maid for International Movie. Jaguar Yu. Amor a domicilio, la comedia as Brígida. Geografía del deseo, as Marisa. Los Galindo, season 1, episode 1. Loco por ti, season 4, episode 2.
Los simuladores, season 1, episodes 1, 3, 4 and 8. La Nany, season 1, episodes 8 and 76. La otra cara del espejo, season 1, episode 1. Urgencias, season 2, episode 9. Huaiquimán y Tolosa, season 1, episode 8. Los Venegas as Josefina. Hasta en las mejores familias as Jessica. Amor a Domicilio as Brígida. Adrenalina as Raquel Trujillo. Playa Salvaje as Susana. Fuera de Control as Pamela Duarte. Sabor a Ti as Virginia Solano. Piel Canela as Talula Vargas. Buen Partido as Rita. Fortunato, as Dulcinea. El Despertar. Pervertimientos y Otros Gestos Para Nada. La noche de la Iguana. Muerte de un Funcionario Público. Telarañas. Sht. Ojos Rotos. Firmas para el Amor, Assistant director. Circulando. Ni Ahí. Inocencia. En La Sangre. Putas Errantes. El lugar Assistant director. Las Gallinas. Las Brutas. Los Mountainbikers. Diatriba de la victoria. Equívoca Fuga de Señorita Apretando un Pañuelo de encaje sobre su Pecho. Catalina Saavedra on IMDb
Looney Tunes Super Stars is a series of nine Looney Tunes DVDs consisting of two Bugs Bunny DVDs and other characters who got their own collections. It started on August 10, 2010 and ran until April 23, 2013; the series consists of: Although Super Stars is the semi-successor to the Looney Tunes Golden Collection series, the true successor of the Golden Collection is the Looney Tunes Platinum Collection. However, unlike the Platinum Collection, there will not be any special features in the Super Stars series. Jerry Beck stated on Stu's Show on December 14, 2011 that he will be picking some cartoons for the future of the Super Stars line. There were plans to do another Daffy Duck release. According to Jerry Beck on Stu's Show after the release of the final volume of the Platinum Collection series, the Super Stars series came to an abrupt end due to low sales and lack of money to remaster the never-before-released cartoon shorts, making any other future character Super Stars releases, like Elmer Fudd, Yosemite Sam and Speedy Gonzales extinct.
The Pepe Le Pew: Zee Best of Zee Best and the Sylvester and Hippety Hopper: Marsupial Mayhem DVDs are now the only home media releases from Warner Bros. to have a major Looney Tunes character's entire filmography featured. The first two Looney Tunes Super Stars had released the majority the cartoons from the post-1953 era in a 1:85 widescreen format. Warner Bros. has stated the reason for this was because, how the post-1953 cartoons were shown in theaters, which made many collectors upset, as cartoons were filmed in Academy ratio, not widescreen at that time. On December 1, 2010, animation expert Jerry Beck explained on the Shokus Internet Radio call-in talk program, Stu's Show that Warner aimed this series, not at collectors, but at the mass market who expect it to fit on their widescreen T. V.s. He speculated that at some point down the road there will be a douple-dip release of those shorts in a collector's DVD version with the video in full-frame format. However, the Foghorn Leghorn DVD includes both the widescreen and the Academy Ratio of the cartoons on the same disc and further releases provide only fullscreen viewing.