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    THE LOOK OF SILENCE Un film de Joshua Oppenheimer Documentaire, 103 min, Danemark, 2014, Version originale indonésien et javanais sous-titré français Adi est ophtalmo itinérant. Au gré de ses visites, il enquête sur les circonstances de la mort de son frère aîné, assassiné pendant les grands massacres de 1965 et 1966 en Indonésie. Le coup d'État militaire avait alors plongé le pays dans un bain de sang qui avait fait entre 500 000 et un million de morts, paysans, syndicalistes ou intellectuels accusés de « communisme ». Quarante ans plus tard, les bourreaux d'hier sont toujours au pouvoir. Ils ont fait fortune, exercent des responsabilités politiques et sont les voisins de leurs victimes. Dans les écoles, l'histoire officielle en fait des héros. La caméra de Joshua Oppenheimer accompagne Adi dans sa confrontation avec les assassins. Patiemment, obstinément, malgré les menaces, ils s'emploient ensemble à vaincre le tabou du silence et de la peur. Produit par Werner Herzog et Errol Morris, le film a remporté le Grand Prix du Jury à la Mostra de Venise 2014 ainsi que le prix FIPRESCI de la critique internationale. Il a reçu le Prix du Public au Festival Premiers Plans d’Angers. Distribution: Why Not Productions / Wild Bunch

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    • CHS Class of 1965 50th Reunion Slide Show


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      Thirty minute collection of pictures for the June 27, 2015 50th reunion, Cheltenham High School, Wyncote, PA

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      • I Got You Babe


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        Memories are so important in Life and in a marriage. Sonny & Cher sang I Got You Babe first in 1965. I first met Jan in September of 1971 and we married in April of 1974. I would like to wish Jan a Happy Valentines Day 2015 and thank you and her for the many Happy Memories we share. Here are a few photos to jog your memory.

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        • 1965


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          1965, sunny day, sesame street, 1960's waiting room, sounds like sesame street

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          • Selma to Montgomery 54-mile march In 1965 - Images


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            The third march organized by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC would join tens of thousands of others from around the country, compelled to join King and civil rights marchers after the violent outcome of the first march, dubbed Bloody Sunday, had left 17 marchers injured at the hands of state and local police For years, the photographs traveled throughout the country, hanging on walls of churches and museums. Five years ago, the photographs found their way to the Rosa Parks Museum in Montgomery, and a few years after that, during a show in Arizona, attracted the attention of a New York art gallery. This March, the photos will head to New York City for a show at the Kasher Gallery. Soundtrack Composed And Produced by Samuel Cernuto

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            • #13 Worlds Fair


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              • Buried


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                • LE MANOIR l DRUMS SESSION


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                  Extrait de la séance d'enregistrement des batteries sur la fin du titre "Le manoir" (version non mixée) à venir sur le nouvel EP "Utopia". Drummer : Cédric Gerfaud
 Drums kit : Asba "Super baby" 1965
 Studio : La Song Factory
 Date : Dec, 16th - 2014
 Location : Annecy, France

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                  • Nadia Gamal (1965)


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                    Bellydancer Nadia Gamal and legendary Lebanese singer Sabah together in a scene from the 1965 film 'Al Siba wal Jamal' (Youth and Beauty الصبا والجمال ) which is set in Lebanon. The film starred Sabah, Muharram Fouad and Nadia Gamal's husband at that time, Lebanese musician/actor Shafiq Hashim. Nadia Gamal married Shafiq Hashim in 1958 but the marriage ended in divorce nine years later. Depending on who tells the story, bellydancer Nadia Gamal was born Maria Kariadis in 1935 (or 1936 or 1937) in Alexandria, Egypt (or Beirut) to parents who were Lebanese (or Greek or Italian or Egyptian). Whatever the facts, she was a wonderful dancer. Sadly she died in Beirut in 1992 of complications while receiving treatment for cancer. Trivia: (1) One of the film's stars, Egyptian singer Muharram Fouad, was one of bellydancer Taheya Karioka's fourteen husbands. (2) Shafiq Hashim was Karem Mahmoud's band leader for several years.

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