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Gabriel García Márquez - Biography - Film
... he founded and served as executive director of the Film Institute in Havana, was the Head of the Latin American Film Foundation, and has written several screenplays ... Several of his stories have inspired other writers and directors ... In 1987, the Italian director Francesco Rosi directed the movie Cronaca di una morte annunciata based on Chronicle of a Death Foretold ...
Xavier Institute Of Management And Entrepreneurship - Board of Governors
... Ghandy, Former Managing Director, Telcon Ltd ... J.Philip, Former Director of IIM-Bangalore ... Philip, former Director, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore and former Dean, XLRI and Founder President, Association of Indian Management Schools(AIMS) Fr.Dr.E.Abraham SJ, Director XLRI ...
Human Rights Watch - Notable Staff
... Chairman of the Board Kenneth Roth, Executive Director Jan Egeland, Deputy Director and the Director of Human Rights Watch Europe Minky Worden, Media Director Jamie Fellner, Senior Counsel ...
Rex Ingram (director)
... Rex Ingram (15 January 1892 – 21 July 1950) was an Irish film director, producer, writer and actor ... Director Erich von Stroheim once called him "the world's greatest director." ...
Director - Other
... Director (colonial), head of chartered company's colonial administration in a territory Director (education), head of a university or other educational body Director (mili ... Director, the spatial and temporal average of the orientation of the long molecular axis within a small volume element of liquid crystal The Director, a complex artificial ...

Famous quotes containing the word director:

    He wrote me sad Mother’s Day stories. He’d always kill me in the stories and tell me how bad he felt about it. It was enough to bring a tear to a mother’s eye.
    Connie Zastoupil, U.S. mother of Quentin Tarantino, director of film Pulp Fiction. Rolling Stone, p. 76 (December 29, 1994)

    The director is simply the audience. So the terrible burden of the director is to take the place of that yawning vacuum, to be the audience and to select from what happens during the day which movement shall be a disaster and which a gala night. His job is to preside over accidents.
    Orson Welles (1915–1984)