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Jarman

Derek. 1942--94, British film director and writer; his films include Jubilee (1977), Caravaggio (1986), and Wittgenstein (1993)
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When you look at the evidence, it becomes less and less likely that the islanders caused their own demise,' says Jarman.
Jarman, 41, from Garden City in Rhymney - who prosecutors say was a driver for the group - pleaded guilty to conspiring to supply cocaine and cannabis.
The poison spread from her foot up her leg and Mrs Jarman said: "She's a lot better and is bound up now.
Seamus Harahan, who is based in Belfast, won the PS10,000 film prize which commemorates director and artist Derek Jarman who died in 1994.
Al Jarman praised the ties of friendship with Paraguay and called for tapping the opportunities in the two countries to further co-operation in economic commercial, tourism and cultural fields, as well as exchange of official visits.
I felt an incredible responsibility to make sure that it is as go-for-broke as his work is," says Svich, speaking of Jarman.
On the morning of December 22, 1986, Derek Jarman was diagnosed as HIV-positive.
Now, from inside the walls of Durham's Category A prison Frankland - which houses some of the country's most dangerous prisoners - Jarman has written to lags' magazine Inside Time with a string of baseless complaints - including a whine that he couldn't get any prison-issue socks.
Recognised for his innovative and aesthetically-rich films, Derek Jarman is less often esteemed for his writing, set design, painting, politics, or gardening.
Jarman, from Consett, County Durham, denied the killing but was found guilty of murder at trial.
In 1998, Jarman raped a 17-year-old girl at gunpoint, telling her: "I'm just your everyday psycho.
Graeme Jarman, 47, was caught by Northumbria Police after staff at a library in Filey alerted officers to his whereabouts yesterday afternoon.