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Mercouri

Melina . 1925--94, Greek actress and politician: her films include Never on Sunday (1960); minister of culture (1981--85 and 1993--94)
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The Purpose of the Unesco-greece Melina Mercouri International Prize for the Safeguarding and Management of Cultural Landscapes ("the Prize") Is to Reward Outstanding Examples of Action to Safeguard and Enhance the World%s Major Cultural Landscapes.
Melina's legacy following her passing in 1994 was continued by her husband Jules Dassin through the establishment of the Melina Mercouri Foundation (MMF).
The bids have to be submitted six years ahead and, once chosen, the winners have four years to prepare and round up the considerable funding required, alongside the carrot of the annual 1.5 million [euro] Melina Mercouri Prize offered by the EU's Creative Europe programme.
Mercouri achieved international fame with the musical Never on Sunday in 1960.
For example, Picasso saw art as a cleanser of everyday dust from the soul and Merlina Mercouri viewed the Parthenon Sculptures as "an embodiment of the very soul of Greece".
El nostalgico narrador evoca la crisis de quienes para soportar el peso de la vida se aferran a los suenos y a la "belleza intacta e insondable" que el septimo arte--como lo definio Riccioto Canudo en el Manifiesto de las siete artes (1911)--les procura; sin aludir al titulo, rescata la intriga policial, que protagoniza Melina Mercouri por las calles de Lisboa en Espias en accion (1966), de Ronald Neame y Cliff Owen, y la fuerza interpretativa de Paul Newman en la escena cinematografica en la que propina una patada a un maton, en Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969), de George Roy Hill, mientras H celebra la vision idilica y romantica de los ultimos forajidos que, heridos y cercados por el ejercito boliviano, suenan con viajar a Australia antes de morir.
Ejemplo de esto seria un reportaje a la cantante norteamericana Joan Baez, titulado "Un matriarcado salvaje" (No 20) y otro, realizado a la actriz griega Melina Mercouri, que lleva por titulo "Grecia despues de los tanques" (No 20).
"This is a breakthrough in taking the lead out of a very promising type of solar cell, called a perovskite," says researcher Mercouri G.
Noche de cine inauguro con Topkapi (Jules Dassin, 1964) protagonizada por Melina Mercouri. El programa en el tormentoso abril de 1974 continua la emision con Farnheit 451 (Francois Truffaut, 1966), Un dia en Nueva york (On the Town, Stanley Donen, 1949) y termina el mes con dos comedias de "dos rombos": Golfus de Roma (a Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Richard Lester, 1966) y Como matar a la propia esposa (How to Murder your Wife, Richard Quine, 1964).
It was personified in the most charming manner by then-Greek Minister for Culture Melina Mercouri, whom I had the great honor of meeting and talking with near Athens.
While many Palestinian communities attempt to halt construction on the wall through peaceful demonstrations, such as in the infamous Bil'in Battir received the Melina Mercouri International UNESCO Prize for preserving and protecting the natural landscape and landscape terraces.
The European panel in charge of monitoring preparations by the 2014 European capitals of culture, Riga (Latvia) and Umea (Sweden), recommended, on 7 June, that the European Commission should award them the Melina Mercouri Prize in recognition of the quality of their preparations.