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A television reporter takes on the KGB after discovering that the Soviets are performing experiments on children. A tale of intrigue behind the Iron Curtain.

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The completed edit from Star Trek Voyager showing Geneviève Bujold as Captain Nicole Janeway with added VFX and sound to give a full idea of how this scene w.

Buzz Aldrin Attends 'Interstellar' Screening - Malibu Times

Aldrin said he was struck by the number of similarities between the film and the science-fiction book, “Encounter with Tiber,” he co-authored in 1996. One similarity is the plot line of an endangered civilization searching for a habitable planet. Another is the use of “zero point energy” or gravity waves used by spaceships to get from Point A to Point B over the vast distances of space. And in both worlds, as in Aldrin’s real-life, there was also some last-minute improvising on the part of the pilot in order to keep the ship and crew safe. One of the industry attendees, Malibu-based actress Genevieve Bujold, said it was “amazing” to watch “Interstellar” just knowing that Aldrin was in the same room. Another attendee, director Graeme Clifford, personally thanked Aldrin for sending his son an autographed photo over a decade ago. In his personal life, Aldrin is enthusiastically looking forward to an around-the-world trip on an airplane that he and his significant other are planning together, departing from the Burbank Airport. Even Aldrin is brushing up on his flying skills for the trip, which he admitted had gotten “a little rusty” in recent years. Aldrin has now resided in California for half his adult life, first moving to the state in the 1970s from NASA in Houston. Since retiring, Aldrin has been active as a public speaker and advocate for a unified space vision, the U. S. Space Program and private space travel with companies like Space X and Virgin Galactic. He’d like to see humans land on the planet Mars by the year 2035, pointing out that it was 66 years from the first airplane flight until the moon landing, so it should be another 66 years between the first moon landing and the first Mars landing. Aldrin has actually worked out a lot of the calculations and diagrams for a future Mars shot – putting his Ph. D. from MIT to good use. He spells out many of his ideas, theories and opinions about space and future space travel in detail on his website. Aldrin has also started his own nonprofit organization, the ShareSpace Foundation, which promotes space experiences, space exploration and science education. Source: www.malibutimes.com

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  • Dementia, but Prettier

    12/19/14 ,via New York Times (blog)

    Genevieve Bujold in “Still Mine.” Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher. And here's one more: Julianne Moore in “Still Alice,” which had brief runs in New York and Los Angeles to qualify for Academy Award nominations and will open nationwide in January.

  • Buzz Aldrin Attends 'Interstellar' Screening

    12/17/14 ,via Malibu Times

    One of the industry attendees, Malibu-based actress Genevieve Bujold, said it was “amazing” to watch “Interstellar” just knowing that Aldrin was in the same room. Another attendee, director Graeme Clifford, personally thanked Aldrin for sending his son

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  • Canadian Film and Video

    University of Toronto Press. 1997. ISBN: 9780802029881,0802029884. 1811 pages.

    This extensive bibliography and reference guide is an invaluable resource for researchers, practitioners, students, and anyone with an interest in Canadian film and video. With over 24,500 entries, of which 10,500 are annotated, it opens up the literature devoted to Canadian film and video, at last making it readily accessible to scholars and researchers. Drawing on both English and French sources, it identifies books, catalogues, government reports, theses, and periodical and newspaper articles from Canadian and non-Canadian publications from the first decade of the twentieth century to 1989. The work is bilingual; descriptive annotations are presented in the language(s) of the original publication. Canadian Film and Video / Film et vidéo canadiens provides an in-depth guide to the work of over 4000 individuals working in film and video and 5000 films and videos. The entries in Volume I cover topics such as film types, the role of government, laws and legislation, censorship, festivals and awards, production and distribution companies, education, cinema buildings, women and film, and video art. A major section covers filmmakers, video artists, cinematographers, actors, producers, and various other film people. Volume II presents an author index, a film and video title index, and a name and subject index. In the tradition of the highly acclaimed publication Art and Architecture in Canada these volumes fill a long-standing need for a comprehensive reference tool for Canadian film and video. This bibliography guides and supports the work of film historians and practitioners, media librarians and visual curators, students and researchers, and members of the general public with an interest in film and video.

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  • Dementia, but Prettier

    12/23/14 ,via New York Times Blogs

    Think about it: Julie Christie in “Away From Her.” Genevieve Bujold in “Still Mine.” Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher. And here’s one more: Julianne Moore in “Still Alice,” which had brief runs in New York and Los Angeles to qualify for ...

  • Buzz Aldrin Attends 'Interstellar' Screening

    12/18/14 ,via The Malibu Times

    One of the industry attendees, Malibu-based actress Genevieve Bujold, said it was “amazing” to watch “Interstellar” just knowing that Aldrin was in the same room. Another attendee, director Graeme Clifford, personally thanked Aldrin for sending his ...

  • Genevieve Bujold

    01/04/15 ,via Examiner

    I received Still Mine in the mail a few weeks ago to review, and hadn't really heard of it, except of course I know James Cromwell from films like Babe and others. It's a Canadian film that's based on a real story, and I'm always a...

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Geneviève Bujold - IMDb

Geneviève Bujold, Actress: Dead Ringers. Genevieve Bujold spent her first twelve school years in Montreal's oppressive Hochelaga Convent where opportunities for self ...

Geneviève Bujold - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Geneviève Bujold (born July 1, 1942) is a Canadian actress best known for her portrayal of Anne Boleyn in the 1969 film Anne of the Thousand Days, for which she won ...

Geneviève Bujold - Biography - IMDb

Genevieve Bujold, Seventeen, 11/69. Un role m'apprend quelque chose quand j'arrive a trouver le courage de faire ce qui me fait peur, a surmonter des craintes terribles.

Genevieve Bujold - Starpulse.com - Entertainment News ...

Geneviève Bujold was born on July 1, 1942 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada to parents Laurette Cavanaugh and Joseph Firmin Bujold, a bus driver. The product of a strict ...

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