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Queenstown, New Zealand - Tourism - Major Motion Pictures
... in the filming of the Lord of the Rings film trilogy as well as the 2009 film X-Men Origins Wolverine ... Queenstown was used to film most of the 1988 film The Rescue ... Queenstown was the base for filming the George Lucas 1988 fantasy film Willow ...
Olaf De Fleur
... Olaf de Fleur (real name Ólafur Jóhannesson) is an Icelandic film director, scriptwriter and producer ... Poppoli’s first production, Shining Star, brought him Best Documentary Feature award at the Icelandic Film Awards (The Edda) in 2004 ... Star is an autobiographical story of Icelandic rock icon Bubbi Morthens ...
43 (number) - Films
... In a film by Pixar called Cars, the champion racecar in the film, Strip "The King" Wheathers is racecar number 43 based on Richard Petty's car ... Petty also provides the voice of "The King" in the film ...
Reunion - Film
... Reunion (1932 film) Reunion (1936 film), directed by Norman Taurog The Reunion (1963 film), Italian comedy film Reunion (1980 film), a 1980 television ...
Guinea-Bissau - Culture - Film
... Flora Gomes is an internationally renowned film director his most famous film is "Nha Fala", English "My Voice" ... Gomes' Mortu Nega (Death Denied) (1988) was the first fiction film and the second feature film ever made in Guinea-Bissau ... (The first feature film was N’tturudu, by director Umban u’Kest in 1987.) At FESPACO 1989, Mortu Nega won the prestigious Oumarou Ganda Prize ...

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