Delanco station

Delanco is a station on the River Line light rail system, located on Rhawn Avenue in Delanco, New Jersey. The station opened on March 15, 2004. Southbound service from the station is available to New Jersey. Northbound service is available to the Trenton Rail Station with connections to New Jersey Transit trains to New York City, SEPTA trains to Philadelphia and Amtrak trains. Transfer to the PATCO Speedline is available at the Walter Rand Transportation Center. No connecting service is available at this station; the station itself is the first one after the crossing of the Rancocas Creek Railroad Bridge. The surroundings of the station are residential, with the exceptions of an open field across Rhawn Avenue, a former one-story industrial building at the end of the road, fenced off. A Boise Cascade warehouse can be found across from the east end of Rhawn Avenue on Coopertown Road

Revaz Chkheidze

Revaz "Rezo" Chkheidze was a Georgian film director, People's Artist of the USSR, best known for his Soviet-era drama films, including his 1964 World War II-themed Father of a Soldier. Born in Kutaisi in the family of the writer Davit Chkheidze, Chkheidze studied acting at Tbilisi State Institute of Theatre from 1943 to 1946 and continued his education under Sergei Yutkevich and Mikhail Romm at VGIK in Moscow from 1949 to 1953. Chkheidze directed twelve films and a TV miniseries between 1953 and 2008, he rose to fame with Magdana's Donkey, co-directed with Tengiz Abuladze, which won the Best Fiction Short award at the 1956 Cannes Film Festival. His 1964 film Father of a Soldier was entered into the 4th Moscow International Film Festival; the Saplings of 1972 won a diploma at the 8th Moscow International Film Festival. During the Soviet era, Chkheidze was a Communist Party member and served as secretary of Georgian SSR Union of Cinematography a top decision-making body in the field, from 1963 to 1981.

He was twice elected to the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union in 1974 and 1979. He was appointed executive director of Georgia's Kartuli Pilmi studio in 1973, a position he held, into the 1990s. Among Chkheidze's awards and accolades were the title of People’s Artist of the Soviet Union, All-Union Film Festival Prize, Lenin Prize, Georgia's Order of Honor, Honorary Citizenship of Tbilisi. A star in his honor was opened by Georgia's Ministry of Culture in front of the Rustaveli Cinema in Tbilisi in 2013. Revaz Chkheidze died on 3 May 2015, he was buried on 7 May at the Didube Pantheon in Tbilisi. Chkheidze's daughter Tamar is a historian and former Soviet-era dissident, active in Georgia's politics in the 1980s and early 1990s. Magdana's Donkey Father of a Soldier The Saplings As directorBoris Paichadze In Our Courtyard Maia Tskneteli Treasure Zgvis biliki Father of a Soldier Look at These Young People! The Saplings Earth, This Is Your Son Tskhovreba Don Kikhotisa da Sancho Panchosi Matskhovris Saplavze Antebuli Santeli As writerQeratmiani qalishvili Earth, This Is Your Son Tskhovreba Don Kikhotisa da Sancho Panchosi Matskhovris Saplavze Antebuli Santeli Rezo Chkheidze on IMDb Revaz Chkheidze on Georgian National Filmography Revaz Chkheidze on Kinoglaz