Summer Academy

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1987 In Film - Notable Films Released in 1987
... Babettes G├Žstebud), directed by Gabriel Axel, starring Stephane Audran - Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film - (Denmark) Baby Boom, directed by Charles Shyer, starring Diane Keaton, Sam Shepard ... by Bernardo Bertolucci, starring John Lone and Joan Chen - Academy and Golden Globe (drama) Awards for Best Picture - (China/U.K./Italy) The Last of England, directed by Derek Jarman ... Norway) Pelle the Conqueror, directed by Bille August, starring Max von Sydow - Academy and Golden Globe Awards for Best Foreign Language Film (for 1988) - (D ...
Bosau Summer Concerts and Summer Academies
... Lutheran Church Bosau has organized the Bosau Summer Concert (Bosauer Sommerkonzerte) in St ... and organist, Sergei Tcherepanov, has been the artistic director of the summer concerts ... Since 2008, the summer concerts will be sponsored by a society, the Friends of the Bosau Summer Concerts (Freunde der Bosauer Sommerkonzerte), who will assist in laying on the event ...
Activities and Projects - ESTIEM Summer Academy
... The ESTIEM Summer Academy was set up to bring together international students during summer holidays to engage in open discussion, group work, debate and private ... in the end of the two weeks lasting Summer Academy, every participant writes a short thesis ... From the year 2003 on, the thesis from the Summer Academy led by Prof ...

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