Casting Crowns sind zurück! Mit 12 neuen Liedern in der geliebten Mischung aus textlicher und musikalischer Tiefe.Dabei legt die Band rund um Mark Hall den Fokus ganz auf Jesus ? von ihm kommt alles und in ihm findet alles seineErfüllung. Ein Album, das ermutigt, hinterfragt und manche Dinge wieder ins richtige Licht rückt: Only Jesus ? Nur Jesus.Die Band wurde 2003 vom Jugendpastor Mark Hall in Atlanta gegründet. Die Band spielt regelmäßig in derEagle?s Landing First Baptist Church in McDonough, Georgia. Ihre beiden ersten Alben Casting Crowns und Lifesongerreichten in den USA Platinstatus, ebenso wie die beiden Live-Alben Live in Alabama und Lifesong Live. Das nächsteAlbum ?The Altar? and ?The Door? erreichte mit Platz 2 in den Billboard 200 ihre bislang höchste Chartplatzierung undwurde ebenso wie Studioalbum Nummer 4 Peace on Earth (2008) mit Gold ausgezeichnet.Für ?Lifesong? erhielten sie 2006 einen Grammy in der Kategorie ?Bestes zeitgenössisches Pop-Gospelalbum?. Im Jahr2007 gewannen Sie bei den American Music Awards den Award als ?Contemporary Inspirational Artist of the Year?.Im selben Jahr erhielten sie bei den GMA Dove Awards Auszeichnungen als ?Band des Jahres? und für ?Song des Jahres- zeitgenössische Pop-Musik. Mehr Info unter: https://castingcrowns.com/Als Special Guest dürfen sich die Besucher auf Matt Redman freuen. Viele seiner Lieder (z. B. The Heart of Worship, BlessedBe Your Name, Once Again) werden ? im Original oder als Übersetzung ? in Gottesdiensten auf der ganzen Welt gesungenund wurden u. a. von Michael W. Smith und Rebecca St. James gecovert. Viele seiner neueren Songs hat Redman zusammenmit seiner Frau Beth geschrieben.
Franco Zeffirelli directs this version of Shakespeare's romantic tragedy--breaking with the norm and casting a 17 (Leonard Whiting) and 15-year-old (Olivia Hussey) to play the lead roles. The filming took place in Italy, broke another tradition by having nude love scenes, has a well-known score by Nino Rota (who went on to write the music for The Godfather) and is probably still one of the most profitable film adaptations of a Shakespeare play. The film was nominated for four Academy Awards and won two--for Costumes and Cinematography.
With Frank out of the picture, Claire Underwood steps fully into her own as the first female president, but faces formidable threats to her legacy. The final season of the Emmy® Award-winning* drama builds to a tense and unforgettable climax. At bottom of packaging add the following text: *2017 Emmy® Award for Outstanding Music Composition For A Series [Original Dramatic Score]; 2015 Emmy® Awards for Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score), Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series (Reg E. Cathey); 2014 Emmy® Award for Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (One Hour); 2013 Emmy® Awards for Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series, Outstanding Casting For A Drama Series, Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series
Delve into the land of Ivalice, a well-known universe of Final Fantasy series, and help princess Ashe and Vaan the orphan from Rabanastre bring peace and put an end to the tyranny of Archadian Empire – now with much better graphics and the resolution adjusted to the modern PCs.The high-definition remasterFinal Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age is high-definition remaster of a Japanese-only Final Fantasy 12 International Zodiac Job System. The remastered game includes improved soundtrack and the overall technical performance. The game has also been awarded as the GOTY title and has got a few different awards for the quality of the remastered content, too.The ZodiacThe growth system in FF12: The Zodiac Age features the Zodiac signs system. Based on the twelve astrological signs and jobs, the system lets the characters controlled by the player to take on such roles as the Black Mage, Knight, Monk and others. Roughly speaking, each Zodiac sign presents a certain job with its own License Board while what we saw in the original Final Fantasy XII was that there was just one License Board for the controlled character.The combat and the charactersIn contrast with some previous FF games, Final Fantasy XII allows us to control all the members of our party of heroes freely. There will also be some guest members who are controlled by AI.FF XII introduces also a completely new “gambit” system. Thanks to that, the players can program a way the characters behave in certain situations. For example, we can set a cleric-type hero to automatically cast a healing spell on the party member whose hit points drop below 50% during a battle.Moreover, there is also a possibility to summon a friendly monster to aid our heroes in battle. The so-called Espers can be summoned onto the battlefield when the heroes accumulate the sufficient amount of Mist – a mysterious, magical energy allowing casting summoning magic. Just like in Final Fantasy X, the monsters we summon during battles become active participants whom we can control, and are not just limited to some cinematic attacks.
In 1974, Stephen King published his first novel, the story of Carrie White, a troubled young girl, bullied by her peers and daughter to a fanatical fundamentalist mother, who discovers she has telekinetic powers. In 1976, it became the first of his works to be adapted for the big screen and, to this day, remains one of the very best. Carrie marked Brian De Palma’s arrival as a major director, following smaller cult films such as Sisters, Phantom of the Paradise and Obsession, and provided a key early role for Sissy Spacek (Badlands), one that would earn her a Best Actress nomination at the Academy Awards. Piper Laurie would also pick up a nomination, for Best Supporting Actress, as Carrie’s mother, while future stars such as Amy Irving, John Travolta and Nancy Allen were give their first major parts in a big-screen production. Restored in 4K from the original negative, this collector’s edition provides the definitive release of a horror classic. Extras: 4K restoration from the original negative High Definition (1080p) presentation DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio and uncompressed 1.0 mono soundtracks Optional subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing Commentary by Lee Gambin, author of Nope, Nothing Wrong Here: The Making of Cujo, and Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, author of Cultographies: Ms. 45 and Devil’s Advocates: Suspiria, recorded exclusively for this release Brand-new visual essay comparing the various versions and adaptations of Carrie across the years Acting Carrie, archive featurette containing interviews with director Brian De Palma, actors Sissy Spacek, Piper Laurie, Amy Irving, William Katt and others More Acting Carrie, additional interviews with the cast of the film Visualising Carrie: From Words to Images, archive featurette containing interviews with De Palma, writer Lawrence D. Cohen, editor Paul Hirsch and art director Jack Fisk Singing Carrie: Carrie the Musical, archive featurette on the stage musical adaptation of King’s novel Writing Carrie, an interview with writer Lawrence D. Cohen Shooting Carrie, an interview with cinematographer Mario Tosi Cutting Carrie, an interview with editor Paul Hirsch Casting Carrie, an interview with casting director Harriet B. Helberg Bucket of Blood, an interview with composer Pino Donaggio Horror’s Hallowed Grounds, a look back at the locations of Carrie Gallery Trailer TV spots Radio spots Carrie trailer reel Reversible sleeve featuring original and new artwork by Laz Marquez
This slow-burning, acutely observed comedy of manners concerns a dealer in outsider art who threatens the equilibrium of her middle-class in-laws in North Carolina. Madeleine (Embeth Davidtz, Schindler’s List) is a go-getting art gallery owner from Chicago, recently married to George (Alessandro Nivola, Goal!), a near-perfect Southern beau. When Madeleine needs to close a deal with a reclusive North Carolina artist, George introduces her to his family: prickly mother Peg (Celia Weston, The Village), taciturn father Eugene (Scott Wilson, The Last Samurai), cranky brother Johnny (Ben McKenzie, The O.C.), and Johnny’s pregnant, childlike wife Ashley (Amy Adams, The Fighter, Enchanted), who is awestruck by her glamorous sister-in-law. Madeleine's presence exposes the fragile family dynamics as hidden resentments and anxieties surface. As well as the Oscar nomination, Amy Adams won Best Supporting Actress awards from the Sundance Film Festival and Screen Actors’ Guild (amongst many others). Junebug also won the MoMA New Directors Award and the Cannes Film Festival Critics Award. Critically observed as being a small quiet miracle (The Telegraph) and of having breathtaking visual textures (Time Out), Junebug is presented here, anamorphically in its original aspect ratio to replicate the theatrical experience as closely as possible. Special Features: Full length audio commentary with the stars of the film Amy Adams and Embeth Davidtz Amy Adams interview and Q & A session in London, recorded in March 2006 Ten deleted scenes Five behind the scenes documentaries Original casting sessions (Amy Adams, Ben McKenzie) Ann Wood Art Gallery
Dial M For Murder Hitchcock's screen version of Frederick Knott's stage hit Dial M for Murder is a tasty blend of elegance and suspense casting Grace Kelly, Ray Milland and Robert Cummings as the points of a romantic triangle. Kelly won the New York Film Critics and National Board of Review Best Actress Awards for this and two other acclaimed 1954 performances (Hitchcock's Rear Window and her Academy Award honoured work in The Country Girl). She loves Cummings; her husband Milland plots her murder. But when he dials a Mayfair exchange to set the plot in motion, his right number gets the wrong answer and gleaming scissors become a deadly weapon. Dial M for the Master of Suspense at his most stylish. The Wrong Man The Wrong Man is like and unlike any other Hitchcock movie. The story packs tension, the images are spellbinding and the dilemma genuinely frightening. But this time the Master of Suspense dramatises the harrowing true experiences of a man tried for crimes committed by a lookalike robber. Henry Fonda plays musician Manny Balestrero, a man full of visible but unspoken rage at his wrongful arrest. Vera Miles is his distraught wife Rose, driven to madness by the ordeal. And the right man to bring the unsettling facts of the case to vivid screen life with documentary precision is Hitchcock. He made New York City a star of the film and cast real-life Balestrero case witnesses in small roles. He shot in many actual locations, among them the Stork Club, Manny's jail cell and Rose's sanitarium. North By Northwest Roger Thornhill (Cary Grant) is not a spy. And he's certainly no murderer. Nevertheless, Thornhill's a wanted man: enemy agents want him dead, the police want him arrested, and a cool, mysterious blonde (Eva Marie Saint) just plain wants him. A victim of mistaken identity, Thornhill can't afford to make any mistakes of his own - so he embarks on a death-defying run for his life. Relentlessly pursued by plane, train and automobile, Thornhill's cross-country chase finally ends atop Mt. Rushmore where, if he doesn't watch his step, he could be in for a terrible fall. Nominated for three 1959 Academy Awards, Hitchcock's North By Northwest is a masterful blend of suspense and romance, one of the best and most thrilling movie adventures ever created. Strangers On A Train Final release version with commentary by Director Peter Bogdanovich, Psycho Screenwriter Joseph Stefano, Patricia Highsmith, Biographer Andrew Wilson and several Hitchcock colleagues, aficionados and family members, plus the Suspense Master himself in an interview excerpt.
This week, we preview the Academy Awards. The casting director of Moonlight talks about the complicated process of finding the right actors for three different time periods. Plus, La La Land director Damien Chazelle guides Kurt through the classic Hollywood musicals that inspired his film. And the director of the Oscar-nominated The Red Turtle talks about making an animated Studio Ghibli movie unlike any other. [Broadcast Date: February 18, 2017] 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kurt Andersen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/stud/170218/rt_stud_170218_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A never-before-seen and newly restored cut of Francis Ford Coppola’s spectacular cinematic masterpiece in a way which the director believes “looks better than it has ever looked and sounds better than it has ever sounded”. Apocalypse Now was nominated for 8 Academy Awards® (including Best Picture) and won 2 Academy Award® for Best Cinematography and Best Sound, 2 BAFTAs for Best Direction and Best Supporting Actor and the Palme d’Or in Cannes. Starring Academy Award® winner Marlon Brando (1972, Best Actor, The Godfather), Academy Award® winner Robert Duvall (1983, Best Actor, Tender Mercies), Golden Globe® winner Martin Sheen (2001, Best Actor – TV Series, “The West Wing”), Academy Award® nominee Dennis Hopper (1986, Best Supporting Actor, Hoosiers), Academy Award® nominee Laurence Fishburne (1993, Best Actor, What’s Love Got to Do with It), and Academy Award® nominee Harrison Ford (1985, Best Actor, Witness), the film follows Army Captain Willard (Martin Sheen), a troubled man sent on a dangerous and mesmerizing odyssey into Cambodia to assassinate a renegade American colonel named Kurtz (Marlon Brando), who has succumbed to the horrors of war and barricaded himself in a remote outpost. The best visual and sound technologies have been used to present Coppola’s true vision of the film: one that delivers deep, visceral visual and auditory impact. “The audience will be able to see, hear and feel this film how I always hoped it could be—from the first ‘bang’ to the final whimper” said the film-maker. All three versions of this film are available on this release including Apocalypse Now: The Final Cut, Apocalypse Now: Theatrical Cut, and Apocalypse Now Redux Extended Cut. Restored from the original negative for the first time ever, Apocalypse Now Final Cut is Coppola’s most complete version of his multi-awarded classic. This is the first time the original negative has ever been scanned and over 11 months and 2,700 hours were spent on cleaning and restoring the film’s 300,173 frames. Brought to life through ultra-vivid picture quality with Dolby Vision®, delivering spectacular colours never before seen on a screen, with highlights that are up to 40 times brighter, and blacks that are 10 times darker. It has also been mixed in Dolby Atmos® to offer a truly immersive sound experience and it has been enhanced Meyer Sound Laboratories’ newly developed Sensual Sound™, a technology engineered to output audio below the limits of human hearing. Extras: Intro by Francis Ford Coppola Audio Commentary by Director Francis Ford Coppola An Interview with John Milius A Conversation with Martin Sheen and Francis Ford Coppola “Fred Roos: Casting Apocalypse” Featurette The Mercury Theatre on the Air: Heart of Darkness – November 6, 1938 “The Hollow Men” Featurette o Monkey Sampan “Lost Scene” Additional Scenes “Destruction of the Kurtz Compound” End Credits “The Birth of 5.1 Sound” Featurette “Ghost Helicopter Flyover” Sound Effects Demonstration “The Synthesizer Soundtrack” Article by Bob Moog “A Million Feet of Film: The Editing of Apocalypse Now” Featurette “Heard Any Good Movies Lately? The Sound Design of Apocalypse Now” Featurette “The Final Mix” Featurette “2001 Cannes Film Festival: Francis Ford Coppola” Featurette “PBR Streetgang” Featurette “The Color Palette of Apocalypse Now” Featurette Disc Credits Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse (with Optional Audio Commentary by Francis and Eleanor Coppola) NEW: Tribeca Film Festival Q&A with Francis Ford Coppola and Steven Soderbergh NEW: Never-Before-Seen B-Roll Footage o NEW: Apocalypse Now Dolby featurette (HD) NEW: A history of Apocalypse Now on Home Video (HD) John Milius Script Excerpt with Francis Coppola Notes (Still Gallery) Storyboard Collection Photo Archive ▪ Unit Photography ▪ Mary Ellen Mark Photography Marketing Archive ▪ 1979 Teaser Trailer ▪ 1979 Theatrical Trailer ▪ 1979 Radio Spots ▪ 1979 Theatrical Program ▪ Lobby Card and Press Kit Photos ▪ Poster Gallery ▪ Apocalypse Now Redux Trailer