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Global finance and the development of regional clusters: tracing paths in Munich's film and TV industry

H.-M. Zademach
2009 Journal of Economic Geography  
in Germany-by means of addressing the adjustments related to the entry of foreign investors after the insolvency of the Kirch Group in 2002.  ...  This article explores this connection in greater detail within the context of a regional cluster, namely the film and TV industry cluster in Munich-one of the leading centres for this type of industry  ...  Furthermore, he is grateful to all students participating in his advanced exercise course on Munich's media cluster in summer 2007 and particularly Jonas Ko¨nig for excellent research assistance.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jeg/lbp029 fatcat:tqloujp7orbjthiwddzstqow44


2013 Animated Life  
The studio had also created a satellite animation studio in Paris, and they would be shouldering part of the production.  ...  "We've already got a good movie. Now, we're going to make a great movie." Naturally, the initially reaction to John's decision was shock.  ...  Monster's Brawl 147 However, things came together and Pixar's fourth animated feature opened November 2, 2001, to rave reviews, even though another monster named Shrek managed to steal our thunder at the  ... 
doi:10.4324/9780240818061-4 fatcat:nwdk62mkd5a3hnsq57ivf7hdau

Alexandre Grothendieck, 1928–2014, Part 2

Allyn Jackson, Michael Artin, David Mumford, John Tate, Yves Ladegaillerie, Stephen Lichtenbaum, Pierre Lochak, Barry Mazur, William Messing, David Mumford, Jacob Murre, Valentin Poénaru (+1 others)
2016 Notices of the American Mathematical Society  
He always pursued his own path.  ...  In truth you positively hated any trace of it, like yet another mask to be torn off.  ...  For my part, I found much in them difficult to comprehend, difficult to hear, difficult to accept, difficult even to want to accept; for his part, I believe he found them difficult to express, at least  ... 
doi:10.1090/noti1361 fatcat:3khxned545elxiezszqeho4txq

An Inquiry on Social Issues − Part 2

Harshad Dave
2017 Business Ethics and Leadership  
For the sake of simplicity, I reproduce all the seven reasons here bellow to make it easy for the readers of this Part 2. 1. Presence of surplus population. 2. Sentiments of parents. 3.  ...  This write up is further to and in continuation of previous article "An inquiry on social issues, Part 1".  ...  The men of major part of the people generally remain in shortage of resources necessary for making a typical way of a life of their dream.  ... 
doi:10.21272/bel.1(3).45-63.2017 fatcat:yjisbks7xbcotbi7zn664c2dvi

Survey: Machine Learning in Production Rendering [article]

Shilin Zhu
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Although learning-based rendering methods still have some open issues, they have already demonstrated promising performance in multiple parts of the rendering pipeline, and people are continuously making  ...  Some of these techniques have already been used in the latest released animations while others are still in the continuing development by researchers in both academia and movie studios.  ...  In movie production, path guiding techniques are still under continuing development. Studio artists are now trained to place light sources in a way that makes light transport simulation easier.  ... 
arXiv:2005.12518v1 fatcat:htymxgpc2jdmre6umrlh2xvsu4

Creative Writing as Research IV Part 2

Jeri Kroll, Anthony Lawrence, Jarryd Luke, Gay Lynch, Nollie Nahrung, Camilla Nelson, Gail Pittaway, Julia Prendergast, Karina Quinn, Francesca Rendle-Short, Kate Ryan, Nike Sulway (+3 others)
2015 Text: Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs  
A MainStage production of Vanishing Point was held at George Washington University in October 2014.  ...  The play was a winner in the 47 th Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival and produced in January 2015 in Ohio.  ...  What is the process of assessinglooking at, responding to, being with -creative product? And how might this 'being with' manifest itself in writing?  ... 
doi:10.52086/001c.27240 fatcat:iafsmzzcarfr7pxpnf3wjy5ceq

Part 2 War, East of Kiev [chapter]

2019 The Ukrainian Night  
"But Mommy," said my four-year-old son, "the wolf is not in our house. The wolf is only in the movie." Later that month in Kiev I met Ruslan and Zhenia-for whom the wolf was not only in the movie.  ...  from those in the eastern part.  ...  long path This long path Slava was not proud of that concert.  ... 
doi:10.12987/9780300231533-007 fatcat:fluba2wurjbzxfu3vjdj6xm66i

Applied Research in the Production of a Genre Film: Production Design and Realization of a School Movie

Nikolaos Aletras
2021 European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies  
The object of the research is located in the cinematic production of a fiction film belonging to the genre of School Movies, in combination with the application of the auteur theory.  ...  The production of a film for research purposes (film based research) is a growing qualitative scientific research method, applied in many scientific fields.  ...  The researcher can be considered as an auteur, and film-based research can be applied in terms of the cinematic production process. July -December 2021Volume 7, Issue 2  ... 
doi:10.26417/441wvr58c fatcat:stejxrjtxfbsxgzym4lcx4f2oe

SS/ES 7 (1/2) 2011 Part Two

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2011 Socialist Studies/Études Socialistes  
For Petras and Veltmeyer, there is no question that the limitations of the centre-left regimes can be traced to the acceptance of the social movements of the electoral path as the main strategy to achieve  ...  Fairclough (2005, 31) observes that in the case of a 2 We need to be cognizant that the intent of neoliberal discourse to produce an individualized subjectivity does not necessarily make it so.  ...  The Journal seeks to make a major contribution to scholarly and political debates among the progressive left in academic, policy and movement circles by publishing original research of high standards.  ... 
doi:10.18740/s4n30s fatcat:pjzac5ewofcetdu3sqmt64muoa

Art Style, Art & Culture International Magazine, no. 8.1, part 2 [article]

Omar Cerrillo Garnica, Katarina Andjelkovic, Brandon Sward, Piper Prolago, Vera Ustyugova, Mariya Mingaleva, Idah Razafindrakoto, Melis Avkiran, Martina Sauer
2021 Zenodo  
For example, a variety of visual narratives—like movies, TV shows, videos, performances, media, digital arts, visual technologies and video game as part of the video's story, communications design, and  ...  also, drawing, painting, photography, dance, theater, literature, sculpture, architecture and design—are discussed in their visual significance as well as in synchronization with music in daily interactions  ...  were sent to Pathé-Journal.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5512200 fatcat:r3mluypsozezfhhfnifuhgbj3i

Eye of the World: John L. Baird and Television (part 2)

Malcolm H. I. Baird
1996 Kinema. A journal for film and audiovisual media  
In this part I will write of the years from 1926 until my father's death in 1946, and also comment on how the perceptions of his work have changed since 1946.  ...  Early Television AchievementsThe first public demonstration of television, in the cramped London attic room in January 1926, marked a turning point for Baird.  ...  There is a good case now for making a detailed multi-part series.  ... 
doi:10.15353/ fatcat:276vpvs6pjelnc66cynm55g5ze

East Asian SO2 pollution plume over Europe – Part 2: Evolution and potential impact

V. Fiedler, F. Arnold, H. Schlager, A. Dörnbrack, L. Pirjola, A. Stohl
2009 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics  
In particular, we investigate SO 2 conversion to gas-phase sulfuric acid and sulfuric acid aerosols.  ...  Our airborne measurements in that plume detected highly elevated SO 2 mole fractions (up to 900 pmol/mol) between about 5000 and 7000 m altitude.  ...  The processes that are included in the model in this work are: 1) chemical production of OH and H 2 SO 4 in the gas phase, 2) homogeneous binary H 2 SO 4 -H 2 O nucleation (Vehkamäki et al., 2002) , 3  ... 
doi:10.5194/acp-9-4729-2009 fatcat:ug2omouvfjf2lbzhhbre5ilc5q


2001 Knowledge Management and Intelligent Enterprises  
We introduce the framework of is-part-of association patterns to address the issue. We show applications of mining is-part-of association patterns in several disparate domains.  ...  In the semistructured world, the individual schema contained in each object has replaced the external schema of the data.  ...  A more important di erence is that generalizing data in an is-part-of hierarchy needs to trace the roles or labels followed.  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789812838995_0012 fatcat:4pftzgygtvcchjdkggvf2lzmua

The Part-Time Cognitivist: A View from Film Studies

David Bordwell
2010 Projections: The Journal for Movies and Mind  
The article also traces the strengths and limits of cognitive film theory and its theory of representation.  ...  The second, a signification model, assumes that the film operates within a system of codes and that the perceiver applies codes to signs in the text in order to arrive at meanings.  ...  But this family of theorists also gives considerable sway to any innate or quickly learned abilities that play important roles in making sense of movies.  ... 
doi:10.3167/proj.2010.040202 fatcat:qqwqvgow2rchlmdo2j3bkul54a


Douglas Rogers, Yale University
2019 Вестник Пермского университета Политология  
The first part was published in the previous issue of the journal. The review of the book was published in the journal in 2017, No. 2.  ...  Abstract The following text is the second part of the Chapter 8 of Douglas Rogers's book The Depths of Russia: Oil, Power, and Culture after Socialism (Cornell University Press, 2015).  ...  Averkiev, "Permskii Kul′turnyi Puzyr′," part 1. 2 Igor Averkiev, "Permskii Kul′turnyi Puzyr′," part 3, Novyi Kompan′on, October 13, 2009.  ... 
doi:10.17072/2218-1067-2019-2-99-114 fatcat:r6fzitpno5b5xat234qofvnlna
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