Austerlitz Sergei Loznitsa How should we remember the Holocaust? As tourists visit Nazi death camps in increasing numbers, Sergei Loznitsa sets up his camera at Sachsenhausen and Dachau and simply observes the behaviour of the visitors. B Chalard Games Goeng Nattawut Poonpiriya A group of school friends scheme to rake in mega bucks by helping others cheat on their exams in this stylish and super-smart Thai suspense thriller, which has been a box office sensation on its home turf. The Bert Berns Story Brett Berns, Bob Sarles Music meets the Mob in this entertaining biographical documentary about the life and career of Bert Berns, the most important 60s songwriter and record producer that you have probably never heard of. Horungen Knutte Wester Swedish painter and filmmaker Knutte Wester illustrates the terrible stories his grandmother told of her outcast childhood — and provides living proof of the compassion and generosity she passed on to the world in return. Beatriz at Dinner Miguel Arteta A holistic health worker Salma Hayek goes head to head with the one percent over dinner in this potently loaded dramedy by Miguel Arteta. Art As a Weapon Andres Veiel This archive-packed documentary provides a tantalising introduction to the life and work of Joseph Beuys, the revolutionary German artist of the 70s and 80s, celebrated for his artworks, performances and politics. A Memory of Others Simon Ogston Filmmaker Simon Ogston hits the road with NZ writer, poet, indie rocker Bill Direen as he explores the cultural landscape and presents a series of strikingly diverse live performances. Mugen no junin Miike Takashi Japanese super director Miike Takashi, in no less than his th film, returns to the bloody mayhem of 13 Assassins with this brutal and boisterous manga adaptation about a vengeful samurai who can grow back his own limbs.
IFIF will continue to roll out the Global Animal Nutrition Programme to other countries to support, train and develop the capacities of the local feed industries to raise feed and food safety standards globally. In IFIF was a founding partner of the FAO-led Feed Safety Multi-Stakeholder Partnership, which was formally launched in April and aims at improving the safety of feed, and thus enhancing food safety, animal health and welfare and food security.
The 6th GFFC will bring together food and feed experts from around the world, representing public sector, civil society, industry and academia. The Feed Manual continues to be distributed to regulators and Industry globally and is available in Arabic, Chinese, English, French and Spanish language.
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Filmmaker Chhay Bora, who directed the yet-to-be released 3. It’s like walking in the jungle with no road map to follow, said Bora, whose film on sex trafficking was supposed to be released last October but never received final approval. Although his script was approved, Bora said that the censorship board has failed to reach a verdict on the final version. No specific cuts have been ordered by the ministry, he said, but feedback he received suggested that censorship board members were concerned about the movie’s heavy social commentary.
The Ministry of Culture film department said they didn’t ban the film, but they didn’t grant the licence yet, said Bora, adding that although the film’s dialogue did not seem to cause controversy, the censorship board expressed concern over not less than 10 shots. Some of the criticism, Bora said, was over shots that the board claimed represented Cambodia in a bad light, such as a taxi driver throwing a cigarette out the window and a scene within the impoverished White Building community on Sothearos Boulevard.
Bora also said that other scenes were too political for the censors’ comfort, such as a shot of a character walking down a dusty road with Prime Minister Hun Sen’s office visible in the background. Bora also said that the board insisted that all plot conflicts be resolved before the credits roll. In particular one of his characters, after escaping a brothel, is last seen joining a group of other former sex workers instead of trying to return home.
Her ultimate fate is never revealed, but the possibility of her returning to sex work is not ruled out. And I said that’s not my job.
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The following decade was one of consolidation, of setting up a first class research team and of tidying up loose ends. In Rutherford once more travelled out to Australia and New Zealand to give public lectures and to visit ailing parents. He was then an imposing figure: The six-week tour of New Zealand , his fourth and last visit to his homeland, was that of an international celebrity.
Watched that Laura Southern documentary last night about white SA farmers. It was very badly made but she has certainly got balls going over there and walking .
The video screens from 5. Things I Have Seen is a video work made up of many performative actions by the artist, utilising an art material — found clay — and set within an art studio environment. Each memory of a work is then connected to in a physical manner by the artist and the process of making. He was awarded the inaugural Fulbright-Wallace award in and travelled to the United Sates of America as a visiting Fulbright Scholar in to take up a three-month artist residency at the Headlands Center of the Arts in San Francisco.
In , he was awarded a three-month residency, at Artspace Sydney. From onwards Maloy has produced many large scale cardboard constructions at public art galleries and museums and for biennials and triennials thoughout Australasia. He paints what he appears to have become – a poster boy for a life perfected. He lives an outwardly perfect life, perfectly groomed for lifestyle magazines and shared through social media he has 99, followers on Instagram.
As writer Laurence Simmons says: The exhibition hinges on the tension between truths and fictions. In his essay in the book Michael Zavros published by Manuscript, , Simmons makes an analogy with the great Renaissance chronicler Giorgio Vasari whose famous tome The Lives of Artists melded fact and fiction. The Silver Fox plays with the veracity of the image and the life, his life, that it depicts.
Cider mill and Cider press Apples grown for consumption are suitable for cider making, though some regional cider-makers prefer to use a mix of eating and cider apples as in Kent , England , or exclusively cider apples as in the West Country , England. There are many hundreds of varieties of cultivars developed specifically for cider making. Few traditional horse-drawn circular cider presses are still in use, but many may still be seen used as garden ornaments, flower planters, or architectural features Once the apples are gathered from trees in orchards they are scratted ground down into what is called pomace or pommage.
Historically this was done using pressing stones with circular troughs, or by a cider mill. Cider mills were traditionally driven by the hand, water-mill, or horse-power.
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Very few such cases appear to merit media coverage, it would seem. District Commander Gary Knowles says the police will not apologise. She suffered a dislocated elbow and required stitches to her face. But the officer is likely to avoid conviction after being offered diversion. Superintendent Bill Harrison retired on May 17 last year, before an independent investigation was completed so no disciplinary action was taken. The officer appeared in the Blenheim District Court after earlier denying a charge of hunting deer and goats on land at Blue Mountain near Ward on April 17 without the authority of the property owner.
Judge David Saunders told police it was a recipe for disaster. The 16 year old, who was nursing a baby, was forced to express breast milk into a cell sink. He is still waiting for the police to do something about it. Acting Police Commissioner Viv Rickard says he accepts the finding that more focus is needed on sexual assault investigations. Child, Youth and Family statistics show the number of young people held for more than 24 hours in police cells almost trebled in the past three years.
A review is called for, no action is taken. At the request of defence counsel Pip Hall, Judge Brian Callaghan did not enter convictions because the defence wants to argue for a discharge without conviction. The protesters included two teenagers who alleged they had bones broken while being arrested.
All of this hard work and experience allowed Jones Motorsports to overcome their poor starting position when the green flag dropped. In the first miles, the 76 Trophy Truck was the leading the race on corrected time. Within the next miles he had passed ten trucks and was physically in sixth place. We passed half the trucks when they were on the side of the road and the other half at race speed.
Unfortunately disaster struck at RM when the oil pump belt parted ways with the front of the engine.
November , Uhr von Stefan Beiersmann. Betroffen ist ein Plug, das bei der Umsetzung der Datenschutzgrundverordnung hilft. Es erlaubt das Ändern wichtiger CMS-Einstellungen.
Within hours of storming home with a bone-crushing 7 per cent, Peters was scrapping with the media, settling scores, threatening to throw some hacks in the drink or to never drink with them ever again. Laughs, teeth, wrinkles, abuse, muddled thoughts, Dad jokes and the ritual public humiliation of some poor unsuspecting soul. It was undignified and unseemly. The media didn’t do itself any favours either. Trying to second guess Peters and his next move is a fool’s paradise.
Ad Feedback Don’t bother, go on holiday. Wait to be told. He wants the attention, don’t empower him. He’s known as the ringmaster at times like this: Yes, Peters is in his element, with a bunch of suited gimps, known also as his mindless disciples, running after him nodding furiously like the yes men and women they truly are. Peters loves the circus. It’s his chance to play to the crowd.
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Researching in South Africa As an amateur genealogist initially I found it difficult to know how to research in South Africa but with a great deal of help from others and persistence I have learned a lot and consequently had enormous success in finding my family. Because of this and to assist fellow researchers I have compiled this web page.
The pages are compiled from various sources and compiled in good faith for the benefit of all and the profit of none. It was the Dutch colony of the Cape of Good Hope from to Natal was first a Boer Republic in but became a British colony in until when it formed another province in the Union. In it became a Boer Republic.
Barton was born in England in the s, and moved to New Zealand in the s. He worked primarily as a radiographer in Taranaki for 20 years, and then took up a position at a book shop in New.
The forces involved were a blend of conventional military groups, guerrillas and political cadres operating from within the confines of the civilian populace. This wide spectrum of enemy types required great flexibility on the part of 1ATF to adjust its tactical doctrines to changing situations. All armies have a command structure, and to certain levels, a degree of political control over them. In accordance with communist doctrines, political control was continued to the lowest levels of the SVNLA military structure.
Command in a communist army implies political and military control. In addition it exercised direct command over main force units allotted to it. The Regiment consisted of a headquarters and three battalions. The bat talion’s each had a HQ, three rifle companies and a heavy weapons company. In addition the regimental HQ had eight supporting companies involving heavy weapons 82 mm mortars, The regiment had an authorised strength of men, nearly all of whom were NVA.
The battalions were however never much more than strong, a result of the continual pressure against them by allied operations. The regiment rarely conducted offensive operations, but remained dispersed in its jungle hides in an attempt to avoid contact with allied forces. RPG7 shoulder fired rocket launcher with rockets which were shoved into muzzle before firing [internet] The only other infantry regiment in MR T7 of similar size and composition to Regiment was 33 NVA Regiment.
The Regiment consisted of three battalions and had both mortar and rocket capabilities.
Our stay in London coincides with the Edinburgh Military Tattoo. The Tattoo option is unescorted, however past trips have proven to be very popular, so speak with us if you are interested in finding out more. Our Balcony Staterooms are roomy, with plenty of storage space, 24 hour room service and a cosy seating area to relax. Unpack, settle in and explore your beautiful onboard surroundings as we prepare to sail!
You can learn about the Islands history at the Guernsey Tapestry, wander the beautiful Candie Gardens, visit Hauteville House, home to French writer Victor Hugo, or just relax unwind and explore the boutique shops, then sit back at one of the many cafes or bars and watch the world go by. Explore the castle gardens, climb the steps, kiss the stone and enjoy the breathtaking view from the top.
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Whale Rider by Witi Ihimaera A magical, mythical novella about a young Maori girl and her relationship with a whale, that ultimately saves her village. Come on Shore and We Will Kill and Eat You All by Christina Thompson In this endearing, offbeat memoir, Christina Thompson effortlessly alternates tales of mostly disastrous early encounters with the Maori she’s an anthropologist and the story of the love of her life, Seven, the Maori she married.
Her title is taken from what “Darwin said that Cook said the Maori’s said at that interesting moment when Europeans first appeared. Aboriginal Art by Wally Caruana This well illustrated survey of Aboriginal art, ancient and modern, focuses on the spiritual and geographic sources of art and ritual traditions in Australia. It covers the range of art from all parts of the continent, including a chapter on the Wandjina rock art of the Kimberley region.
The concise text is augmented by well produced black-and-white and color illustrations. Stories by Katherine Mansfield This collection includes three marvelous, long pieces which together constitute the beginnings of an unfinished novel based on Mansfield’s childhood in Wellington, New Zealand in the s. As has become his custom, he effortlessly imparts much fact-filled history in this wildly funny book. Included at the end is a short bibliography. This more compact seventh edition features 16 new or revised color plates, new maps and condensed information.
True History of the Kelly Gang by Peter Carey A powerful, daring novel, steeped in the colonial history of late 19th-century Australia. Outlaw, folk hero, thief and patriot, the Irish immigrant Ned Kelly and his clan figure large in the Australian mindset. Kelly was hanged in Melbourne in , where his mother was also imprisoned. Here at the End of the World We Learn to Dance by Lloyd Jones From rural New Zealand at the end of World War I to the present day, two separate love stories resonate across three generations, as two very different couples are brought together by their obsession with the seductive power of the tango.
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Forty years of goldmining transformed Otago, with most present day towns owing their origins to the goldrushes. The dry climate, local pride and the work of Department of Conservation staff, has preserved the miners legacy – mud and stone buildings, intriguing machinery, golden sluiced cliffs, deep mine shafts and underground passages.
Look for the sign of the panning miner, which identifies some of these historic sites along the trail. Wild flowers and herbs grow in abundance along these trails. The main highways are sealed, but some old mining sites are on gravelled side roads. Most of the towns, except the very small townships, offer a choice of accommodation and eating places.
Allow a day to travel from Dunedin to Queenstown to enable you to visit places en-route. Top up with petrol if heading to St. Over 10, miners rushed to the Tuapeka goldfield, as the museum details. The ‘goldrush’ began almost immediately.