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Thomas G. Waites

Thomas G. Waites (Philadelphia, 8 januari 1955) is een Amerikaans acteur best team uniforms.

Waites heeft acteren geleerd aan de Juilliard School in New York City. Hij heeft een bachelor of arts gehaald in schrijven aan de The New School in New York city en een master of fine arts in toneelschrijven aan de Universteit van Iowa in Iowa City best meat tenderizer recipe.

Waites begon met acteren in 1976 met de film The Other Side of Victory. Hierna heeft hij nog meerdere rollen gespeeld in films en televisieseries zoals The Thing (1982), The Clan of the Cave Bear (1986), All My Children (1987), Money Train (1995), Oz (2001-2003) en Law & Order (2000-2009).

Waites is ook actief in het theater, hij maakte zijn debuut op Broadway in 1983 met het toneelstuk Teaneck Tanzi: The Venus Flytrap als Dean Rebel. Hierna speelde hij nog tweemaal op Broadway tenderizing beef, in 1984 met het toneelstuk Awake and Sing! als Ralph Berger en in 1992 met het toneelstuk Search and Destroy als Robert.

Alleen televisieseries met minimaal twee afleveringen.

Cambridge Film Festival

The Cambridge Film Festival is the third-longest-running film festival in the UK. The festival historically took place during early July, but now takes place annually during Autumn (20 – 27 Oct in 2016) in Cambridge.

Established in 1977 and re-launched in 2001 after a 5-year hiatus, the Cambridge Film Festival shows a range of UK and international films that debuted at leading film festivals phone running band, including the Cannes Film Festival and Berlin Film Festival, as well as hosting UK premieres of films, alongside a broad range of specialist interest, archive, and retrospective strands. All films are open to the public to watch.

Each year the Festival awards audience awards to the Best Feature (The Golden Punt Award), Best Documentary (Silver Punt Award), and Best Short Film (Crystal Punt Award).

The Cambridge Film Festival is a celebration of film – past, present and future that prides itself on showing film from all over the world from all different kinds of filmmakers.

The Festival has a long running relationship with Woody Allen which has seen him offer the UK premieres of many of his films, including Crimes and Misdemeanors, Midnight in Paris, Blue Jasmine and in 2014, Magic in the Moonlight which marked the Woody Allen’s 20th preview at the Cambridge Film Festival.

Other UK premieres at the Festival have included Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs in 1992, Pirates of the Caribbean starring Johnny Depp, and Jim Jarmusch’s Broken Flowers with Bill Murray.

The Festival also has touring events across the Eastern region of England including Norwich, Ipswich and Ely. Notably in 2006 the Festival held an outdoors screening of A Cock and Bull Story at Felbrigg Hall, one of that film’s shooting locations.

In 2006 the Cambridge Film Trust was launched, a new charity aiming to support and promote the film festival and film culture in Cambridge.

The 36th Film Festival’s programme is yet to be announced.

The 35th Cambridge Film Festival ran from 3–13 September 2016.

Highlights included BBC Arena at 40: Night and Day 24 Hours, a 3-D special event with Brian May, and a BAFTA Kids workshop with Ben Shires and Katie Thistleton.

The 34th Cambridge Film Festival ran from 28 August – 7 September.

The Festival’s opening films included which marked the 20th Woody Allen preview at the Festival, and the premiere of The Kidnapping of Michel Houellebecq

The Festival programme is divided up into strands. Some of these strands will reoccur each year, and others provide a special focus on a filmmaker for that year.

The Opening Film Strand is a recurring strand and includes the one or two films shown on the Opening Night

The Main Features Strand is a recurring strand and includes all feature and documentary films not included in other strands

The Retrospective Strands are reoccurring strands that highlight the work of an influential filmmaker. The 2014 programme included retrospectives on Gerhard Lamprecht, Lionel Rogosin and Dylan Thomas.

The Contemporary German Strand is a recurring strand that also includes Contemporary German shorts. The strand is designed to showcase established and new talent from new German Cinema.

The Retro 3-D Strand in 2014 showcased the newly digitally restored 3-D classics from the ’50s including The Creature From The Black Lagoon, House of Wax, Inferno, and The Mad Magician.

The Camera Catalonia Strand appeared for the third time in 2014 to showcase Catalan cinema.

The Short Fusion Strand is a recurring strand that showcases the best in contemporary short films from all over the world.

The Family Film Festival is a recurring strand in the Cambridge Film Festival Programme that started in the 30th Cambridge Film Festival in 2010. The strand includes children’s films, TV shows and workshops. Previous years have featured films such as: The Gruffalo, Frozen (2013 film) and Monsters University, as well as workshops in slapstick filmmaking, and a sneak preview of the 3D restoration of The Lion King in 2011.

The Surprise Films are films where the audience buys a ticket to the show without knowing anything about it. Previous Surprise Films included: Up!, Pirates of the Caribbean, A Cock and Bull Story, Burn After Reading, and Looper.

The Festival takes place in Cambridge’s three-screened Arts Picturehouse, a local arts cinema run by Picturehouse. Since 2005 the Festival has expanded to take in other formal arts venues such as the nearby The Light Cinema Cambridge (Previously Cambridge Cineworld multiplex), arts venue The Junction, and Sawston Cinema, as well as interesting non traditional venues such as pedestrianised Cambridge streets, local churches and the colleges of the University. Some special outdoor screenings are held each year, most notably the Movies on the Meadows screenings at Grantchester Meadows shown on an inflatable screen.

Movies on the Meadows is an outdoor screening event held at Grantchester Meadows, Cambridge. Over the August bank holiday weekend films screen over on giant inflatable screens positioned on the banks of the river Cam. The films show simultaneously each night and audiences tune into their preferred film using a radio set and headphones.

Audiences can bring their own picnics or browse the varied food and drink on offer from local vendors. In 2014 the local vendors included , , and

Movies on the Meadows.

Photos by Owen Baker from Movies on the Meadows 2014

Giant inflatable air screen 2014 at Movies on the Meadows

Inflatable air screen 2014 at Movies on the Meadows

Inflatable air screen at Movies on the Meadows 2014 with audience and their picnics

Movies on the Meadows will be 26-29 August.

Movies on the Meadows, the seventh year of annual screenings, was 29–31 August with a total of nine films shown.

Saturday 29th screened:

Sunday 30th screened:

Monday 31st screened:

Six Films, Three Screens best meat tenderizer recipe, Two Nights, One River, Millions of Stars.

Saturday 23 August 2014 was family themed and screened:

Sunday 24 August 2014 was Sci-fi themed and showed:

Each year the Festival awards audience awards to the Best Feature (The Golden Punt Award), Best Documentary (Silver Punt Award), and Best Short Film (Crystal Punt Award).

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Silver Punt Award For Best Documentary –

Crystal Punt Award for Best Short Film –

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Crystal Punt Award for Best Short Film – Rhino Full Throttle.