Todd Solondz is considered to be one of the best modern independent American screenwriters and directors. He’s achieved special popularity in the auteur and art house cinema circles. The genre, in which Solondz is working, is so specific that it was decided to be named “Solondzian”.
Martin Jahn is one of the stand-out individuals in the Czech Republic, well-known as a prominent representative of the senior management community, a politician of great promise (at age 43 years already distinguished by important experience in government, having served as Deputy Prime Minister), as well as an exemplary citizen, known for consistent adherence to his principles.
Kevin Murphy is known to many as a crazy hesher with long hair, the drummer from Headset, the guitarist for 411 and, of course, Farside. Living most of his life in Southern California, he attended San Diego State University to please his parents, graduating with a degree in US History with a minor in Comparative Religion. At 8 he got terrified by Gene Simmons from Kiss at his first concert, and when he was 11, the 1984 Black Flag show changed his life. After 5 lessons from a guy at the guitar store he started to master his guitar skills and eventually figured out drums. Practice teaching killed the ambition to become a teacher, and an unconscious drive to be in the New Wave, combined with the influence of his elder uncle, took over his life. Preferring to create rather than learning the music of others, he became an influential character in the history of the underground music scene of the ‘80s and ‘90s in America. Let’s see what he has to tell about his long experience in music, after numerous changes in his life.
A Former Greco-Roman wrestler and current Russian politican talks on sports, society, politics, social capital and the national idea of Russia.
This person has millions of followers. His advice and wishes are heeded by ordinary people as well as the powerful, regardless of their personal religious affiliations. Many celebrities consider it an honor to attend his teachings and come to his homeland to find peace in prayer. We are speaking of His Holiness the Dalai Lama XIV, Tenzin Gyatso.
Since 1984 Cirque du Soleil has been giving smiles and entertaining audiences with colorful and outstanding performances. Originally established in Québec, Canada as a circus tent, today it’s a massive show that has about 4,000 employees, of which 1,300 are performers originating from more than 50 different countries.