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Labyrinth _ 1986 Part 1


Labyrinth Labyrinth is a 1986 British/American fantasy film directed by Jim Henson, produced by George Lucas, and designed by Brian Froud. Henson collaborated on the screenwriting with children’s author Dennis Lee and Monty Python alumnus Terry Jones. The film stars David Bowie as Jareth the Goblin King, and Jennifer Connelly as Sarah Williams. The plot revolves around Sarah’s quest to rescue her little brother, Toby, from Jareth while trapped in an enormous otherworldly maze. Most of the other significant roles are played by puppets or by a combination of puppetry and human performance. It was shot on location in New York and at Elstree Studios and Hampstead Heath in the UK. It was the last feature film directed by Henson before his death in 1990. i do not own Labyrinth (film) and only hosting it I do Not own the film or the songs or another words all rights belong to there rightful owners

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View Part 2: www.youtube.com Dinner for Five – season 4 episode 09 – Kevin Smith, Jason Lee, Stan Lee, Mark Hamill and JJ Abrams discuss Alias, MI3, Tom Cruise, Star Wars, Comics, Lost, Regarding Henry, The Incredibles, Kiss, Auditioning, Mallrats, screenwriting, Batman, Joker, Chasing Amy, Enemy of the State and Clerks.

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Susan McIntosh EDUCATION: Columbia University, New York, New York MFA in Film, 1998 Honors:Fellowship Student with first year scholarship Awarded Graduate Teaching Fellowship with film critic Andrew Sarris Awards:The Panavision Young Filmmakers Award First Place in the New York Division of The Student Academy Awards University of California at Berkeley, California BA in English Literature, 1992 Awards:Deans Merit Scholar 1990 TEACHING EXPERIENCE: Lehman College, CUNYSept. 2008 to present Taught two classes weekly on literature and the writings of the twentieth century. Encouraged students to write their own biographical memoirs in blog form. Metropolitan College, New York, NY Adjunct ProfessorJune 2008- present Taught graduate courses aimed at MBA Business Students on the business of film and film financing. Students created a project from start to finish, from budgeting optioning a property, to establishing LCC partnerships and shopping the package. Students prepare to present their products at the Cannes Market in March. Katherine Gibbs College, New York, NY Associate Professor May 2003-present Taught in the Digital Media Department and General Education Department four classes weekly including: Modern Drama, Screenwriting, Contemporary Culture and Media, Internship in New Media, and Verbal Communications. Developed curriculum and internship outreach. The Digital Film Academy, New York, NY April 2005-present Gave monthly screenwriting seminars on creating an award

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Created by Vancouver Film School student Erin Buhr through the VFS Writing for Film & Television program. Director/ Editor: Juan Riedinger Producer: Wade Fennig Director of Photography: Gregory J. Brown Production Design: Stephen LeBail Assistant Director: Jeevin Johal Camera Assistant: David Tenniswood Sound Supervisor: Taavo Ruberg Sound Design and Mixer: Brian Lyster Cast: Mackenzie Gray

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“Modern Family” co-stars Jesse Tyler Ferguson & Eric Stonestreet open the 2011 WGA Awards west coast show with the musical number “Write it Gay” (lyrics by Spencer Green, Guy Nicolucci, and Gary Stockdale; music arranged and directed by Gary Stockdale, from the song “Make ‘Em Laugh,” music by Nacio Herb Brown and original lyrics by Arthur Freed). Co-hosted by Ferguson & Stonestreet, the WGA Awards west coast show was held on February 5, 2011 at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel in Los Angeles. To see the complete list of 2011 WGA Award winners, go to WGA.org.

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