Feature Films

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Golden Age Of American Animation - Disney - Feature-length Films
... White and the Seven Dwarfs, the first American feature-length animated film ... However the film did receive very positive reviews and has made millions from subsequent re-releases ... the short grew very expensive Stokowski suggested to Disney that it would feature film with other pieces of classical music matched to animation ...
Cinema Of Portugal - Sound Films - 2000s
... de Oliveira, was in competition for the Palme d'Or at the 2001 Cannes Film Festival ... In 2004 Manoel de Oliveira won an Honorary Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival ... In 2005, there were 13 Portuguese feature films released, one of them an animation co-produced with Spain, Midsummer Dream ...
Carl Schurtz - Film, Television and Media - Los Angeles
... In 1992, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career in film and television ... Soon thereafter he began scoring feature films, most notably Sweethearts (1997) with Janeane Garofalo, and Jack Frost (1996), a horror comedy film ... He wrote the music to 12 feature films for Mystique Films, and 13 feature film Scores for Indigo Films ...
Cinemania (film Festival) - Program
... of Montreal and Quebec's cinematographic events is that it is the only francophone film festival devoted solely to presenting quality French-language feature films ... In fact, for many of the films screened, the festival is the only avenue of distribution ... a unique portal to view French-language films ...

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