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Roeg

Nic(olas). born 1928, British film director and cinematographer. Films include Walkabout (1970), Don't Look Now (1972), Insignificance (1984), and The Witches (1990)
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But to hear Micah Green and Roeg Sutherland, the co-heads of CAA's film finance and sales group, talk about the business, there's never been a better time to invest in or sell a small movie.
Signor Baxter had me puzzled for a while but then I remembered I had the idea of going to Venice and retracing all the steps taken by Donald Sutherland (John Baxter) in the superb Nicolas Roeg film Don't Look Now.
The four people he was referring to were himself and Christie, director Nicolas Roeg and cinematographer Anthony Richmond.
Consequently, we are slightly negative on today's results and outlook," KBC analyst Michael Roeg wrote in a note.
Donald, who is married to third wife French actress Francine Racette and has five children - 24 star Kiefer, Rossif, Angus, Roeg and Rachel - got a terrific grounding at Perth - and it set him up to become an internationally acclaimed movie star.
In this essay I use McLuhan's claim that "The Medium Is the Message" to apply it to a trope of the extraterrestrial as used in science fiction writing and cinema in general, and by Walter Tevis in his novel The Man Who Fell to Earth and by Nick Roeg and his screenwriter Paul Mayersberg in their 1976 film adaptation of the Tevis novelistic source in particular.
Starring: Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, Arnold Vosloo, Kevin J O'Connor, Jonathan Hyde, Oded Fehr adaptation of the Roald Dahl novel is one of the most restrained offerings from acclaimed filmmaker Nicolas Roeg, the man behind adult offerings Don't Look Now and The Man Who Fell To Earth.
According to analyst John David Roeg, the retailer posted disappointing second-quarter results due to the weak US activities.
The restructuring was unveiled less than a week after ING analysts Peter Brockwell and John Roeg wrote in a research note that Ahold would make a relatively inexpensive buy for Tesco at a price of 15 billion euros ($22.
Headliners at the event include & As with "renegade" film directors Ken Russell and Nick Roeg, a show by Pichatpong Weerasethakul, the "godfather" of independent Thai film, and interaction with professional "troublemakers" The Yes Men, who have made a career out of showing up "dehumanisation" by the White House, McDonalds and the World Trade Organisation.
His own dynasty includes four sons, actor Rossif, Angus, film financier Roeg as well as Kiefer and his twin sister Rachel.
Roeg recalls that film fondly, he says with a sly grin, "just for the pleasure of watching the actor gradually become Thomas Jerome Newton.