What is Eastman?

  • (noun): United States inventor of a dry-plate process of developing photographic film and of flexible film (his firm introduced roll film) and of the box camera and of a process for color photography (1854-1932).
    Synonyms: George Eastman

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Charles K. Eastman
... Charles Kemper Eastman (September 18, 1929 – July 3, 2009) was an American screenwriter and script doctor ... Charles Eastman died from complications of heart disease in Culver City, California on July 3, 2009 ...
Eastman, Quebec
... Eastman is a municipality of about 1700 people, part of the Memphrémagog Regional County Municipality in the Eastern Townships region of Quebec ...
Sibley Music Library - History
... was moved from its original home to the newly-instituted Eastman School of Music in central Rochester ... library had outgrown its space within the Eastman School premises, and an annex was erected at 44 Swan Street, the adjacent block ... square feet (4,000 m²) on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors of the Miller Center, formerly known as Eastman Place ...
Charles K. Eastman - Career and Works
... Eastman began his career working in the Crosby office and appears as a prominent extra in many Bing Crosby films ... Eastman was a "gifted and eccentric" writer, according to the Los Angeles Times, who turned down option offers on his screenplays during the 1960s unless he could direct them himself ... Eastman's screenplay Little Fauss and Big Halsy was produced at Paramount, directed by Sidney J ...
... While completing music degrees at the Eastman School of Music, the band members got together to play outside of their studies in an alternative music band, performing several shows at Java's ... in Rochester, drummer Chris Vatalaro (another graduate of Eastman and original drummer for the band "Jerseyband") played drums for SNMNMNM ...

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