I found this feature the most impressive new film so far at the Leeds International Film Festival. Baltimore Sun archives Poly intercepts a pass intended for 38 of Loyola in the 2nd quarter. It showcases the exciting work of our staff, offers tips in the craft, and highlights the emerging community of independent media makers. A different dog appears in another sequence, again with a lone character, suggesting their alienation from others. Cars are also important in the plot and setting.
Frances Panthers guard Daquan Bracey watches as Mount St. Against incredible odds, these three virtual strangers must survive storms, sharks, starvation - and each other - as they try to sail more than a thousand miles to safety. Baltimore Sun archives, 1947 Loyola High School football players Decarlo and Romiti, 1967. This is a portmanteau film with three love stories. The range of close-ups to long shots is exemplary in presenting the characters and situation. A three-year starter, Allen also filled in at defensive back where he made six interceptions. Calvert Hall 25 Calvert Hall beat Mount St.
It is in widescreen colour with English sub-titles. The Darkroom, the photography and video blog of The Baltimore Sun, shines a light on visually captivating stories of our past and present. Using the lens of these three stories, I wanted to tease out the accumulated atmosphere of evil that smoulders among the damaged communities in the region. The buildings are evocative, first the traditional houses, then derelict buildings, then finally a series of new builds. Another wrestler who did not know Muganda later came along pulled him up and gave him a hug. The area is semi-rural and rather different from the city of Zagreb, to which one couple plan to flee.
With this film, I wanted to explore three separate stories of a Croatian boy and girl from a Serbian family, across three decades. Baltimore Sun archives Joe Brune, Joe Dougherty, Doug Peddicord. We want your feedback — please with suggestions and ideas. It helps cap an 11-0 season for the top-ranked Cardinals. At various time the characters swim in the lake: once a single person, then a couple, then a whole crowd. The characters in each story are discrete but certain characteristics re-appear to good effect. The film is beautifully photographed by Marko Brdar.
Oakland Mills came from behind to win, 30-27. In one fine repeated shot a young woman sits in an exterior passage as a lone dog lopes by. Baltimore Sun archives, 1959 Patterson Park football. The 6 foot 2 195 pounder was in on almost every tackle and twice hit Patterson players with such drive it took them a few minutes to recover. The leading characters are played across the stories by the same actors, who are excellent, especially Tihana Lazovic and Goran Markovic. And it is showing again at the Hyde Park Picture House on at 8. And there is fine underwater camera work at this point.
I felt that the final resolution is ambiguous, leaving a poetic question mark over this journey through two decades of confluent. Joseph Gaels guard Jake Wyandt loses his footing while driving for the paint during the first period at the Smith Center. There are visual motifs which provide suggestive comment. Paul Brown carries the ball for yardage. Baltimore Sun archives, 1963 Wayne Parrott, linebacker for Sherwood. The film runs for 123 minutes, it did not seem that long. These images not only show the intense competitive nature of the athletes, but also the creative approaches taken by the various photographers in documenting these events.
It is part of the Official Selection programme and it will be interesting to learn how the Jury rate it. Calvert Hall holds a ceremony in the gym to name its basketball court after longtime coach Mark Amatucci. Joseph 65 — 42 in a basketball game played at Mount St. There are distinctive musical themes and songs, though the latter are not translated in the subtitles. The sound track is equally good.
Joseph boys high school basketball game. . The Darkroom turns back the clock to take a look at some of the best pictures taken by the Baltimore Sun Media Group during the term. There are some fine tracking shots and the use of Steadicam for tracks and simulated hand-held shots. The stories all take place in the same location, in the sun-scorched villages, and the young lovers are always in their early twenties.