1. Capela do Socorro: O Balneário Paulistano

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    from Amauri Moreira de Carvalho Added 32 0 0

    Doc clip trailer / dur: 4'07"/ DV CAM / Brasil / 2006 Neste documentário dirigido por Pedro Gorski da Ver Pra Crer Produções e realizado pela Narrativa Um-Projetos e Pesquisas de História, a Gosto de Brasil Produções Audiovisuais foi convidada pra fazer a montagem deste trabalho consistente, contemplado com prêmio da Secretaria Municipal de Cultura e Educação da Cidade de São Paulo. O filme na íntegra tem 26 minutos.

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    • History Locked In

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      4-months ago an artist from Austria hung some art on a sunken battleship so that the sea could give it a look like no other. A few weeks ago we went back to retrieve the art. Now the final step, as they are finished up and prepared them for their moment in the gallery.

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      • Air Base

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        museum

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        • Vaagn Ovsepyan - Armenia and time

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          The lecture has been given at University of Tartu Euro College, Estonia, on 26 September 2012 in the frames of the TRADERUN programme

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          • Welcome to the Sanitarium

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            Performance projections for Persephone's Wolf, Carriageworks and Adelaide Fringe Festival 2008.

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            • Millennium Man

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              Old projects for Lul Production archives -- him.filmplus.org

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              • MHCG: Historic Sites Marker Replacement

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                Kandiyohi County Historical Society replaced deteriorating markers and and installed permanent historical marker system throughout Kandiyohi County and produce a guide brochure to accompany the system. Project Director Jill Wohnoutka interviewed.

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                • Illinois Pioneers: Presidential Visits

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                  Episode #9 Air date: November 25, 2010 on WILL-TV When the president of the United States comes to town, everyone remembers. But people don’t always remember the remarks the president made or even why he came—sometimes the logistics of his arrival and departure are what stick in people’s minds. That was the case when President Bill Clinton visited Champaign-Urbana in 1998. Clinton spoke to a full house at the Assembly Hall just days after his State of the Union address. His speech went smoothly, but his flight out of Willard Airport did not. When the pilot of Air Force One turned a tad too sharply and drove off the taxiway, the plane got stuck in the mud. Clinton had to de-board and depart on a backup jet. It took bulldozers, dozens of workers, and the better part of the day to get the first plane back on the asphalt. The story made national news. A fourth of all U.S. presidents have visited Champaign-Urbana—either while in office or before or after their years as president. Their time here is the focus of the this episode of Illinois Pioneers. The episode explores visits of presidents as well as first ladies such as Eleanor Roosevelt, Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama. Host John Paul shares photos of the visits and interviews Al Griggs and Jon Rector who helped plan and manage presidential visits. Griggs, a former assistant principal of Centennial High, organized President Gerald Ford’s visit when Ford spoke at the school. Rector, a former marketing director at Willard Airport, helped manage the Air Force One incident. Both say the experience of meeting the president was one of the most memorable of their lives—both for the privilege of hosting the president and for the funny things that happened along the way. The first to visit was Abraham Lincoln, who before he was president sat for a portrait in Urbana in 1857. President Taft passed through on his way to Springfield and reviewed the troops, and Teddy Roosevelt, a past president at the time, spoke to 18,000 people crowded in Westside Park. Neither President Truman nor President Eisenhower got off the train when they came to Champaign-Urbana; both stopped and spoke at the depot on their whistle stop tours of the country. Presidents Nixon, Kennedy, Ford, Carter and Obama have also come through town either before or during their presidencies.

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                  • Богдан Хмельницький

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                    Гетьман Війська Запорозького, керівник козацької революції, засновник Козацької держави

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