What country was the help filmed?
It was filmed in the following three locations:
Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA
Greenwood, Mississippi, USA
Jackson, Mississippi, USA
Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA
Greenwood, Mississippi, USA
Jackson, Mississippi, USA
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I'm not sure what you mean by this question. Do you mean to ask why people going to the cinema is not as popular in Malaysia as in other countries? Or why legal DVD sales in Malaysia is not very high? Well, the cinema thing is easy, though I'm not sure whether the cinema statistics indicate that les…s people go to the cinema in Malaysia than elsewhere. Censorship is a booming business in Malaysia, with the Film Censorship Board being 'overzealous' to say the least when it comes to censorship...it is not unheard of for a 2 hour movie to be cut down to 1 and a half hours when it comes to the cinema...movies have been banned for innocuous reasons and yet there is inconsistency - they banned Daredevil for 'violence' and yet they showed the scene in T3 where the Terminator shoves its hand through someone's stomach...other scenes that have been censored are a scene of a guy and a girl sitting together on a bicycle...The pirated DVD business also doesnt help...people think its better to go and buy a pirated, uncensored DVD rather than go to the cinema...this affects original DVD sales as well... (MORE)
During the Revolutionary War, the colonists still thought of themselves as British. British soldiers were called "the regulars". Paul Revere was a silversmith who came galloping along in the middle of the night to warn that the British soldiers were coming. The guard told him to stop making so much …noise. Revere responded by saying "Noise? You'll have noise enough before long. The regulars are out." . Contrary to popular belief, he did not say "The British are coming!" Also, Paul Revere did not single-handedly ride on horseback to warn residents of the British attack. There were 60 riders who spread the word that night. One man alone could never have covered such a distance, especially on horseback. (MORE)
The Cannes Film Festival takes place in the resort town of Cannes (in the south of France).
The film was made in Melbourne, Australia and was produced by The Salvation Army Limelight Department in 1900.
Yes, in various ways, films help educate both children and adultsin and out of school. . Many people have been found to take more interest in watching afilm rather than read (for example) a history, literature, orscience book. . Most people learn by watching others or using a visual aid.Altho…ugh many educational books use diagrams, graphs, or tables tohelp organize data, it can NEVER replace the experience one has asthey watch a film, since it normally has both a visual and hearingaid. . on many occasions, books quickly become outdated asscientists/historians/etc find and document new, clearerinformation. Films, however can be renewed and then viewed (MORE)
The film was shot in a Scots Pine forest situated in the Guadarramamountain range , Central Spain .
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An Indian cult stalks Ringo Starr, who was sent a sacrificial ring by a defector, to either retrieve the ring or sacrifice him to their goddess, Kaili. He wants to give them the ring back, but it won't come off his finger. The songs in this movie were "Help!", "You're Gonna Lose That Girl", "You've… Got To Hide Your Love Away", "Ticket To Ride", "I Need You", "Another Girl", and "The Night Before". (MORE)
The United States has since the middle 20th century been the leading country in producing films, many US films are seen around the world everyday and it would not be to unusual to travel to another country and see recently released films such as Live Free Die Hard playing in a theater.
There are three common strategies by which developed countries attempt to help lesser-developed countries (LDCs): aid, trade, and assistance. Aid can be in the form of a direct gift of money, loan guarantees, loans, gifts of food, or even military aid. The benefits of aid are that it can be deliv…ered more quickly than other types of help. Aid can also be targeted to a specific purpose, such as relief from natural disasters, operating capital for business development, or military protection from hostile governments or internal threats. One drawback of aid is that it often does not address the root problems in lesser developed countries, but is intended to help with an immediate crisis. When the crisis subsides, the impetus to solve the underlying problem is gone. Also, direct aid can increase inflation in an LDC, where inflation is often a severe problem to begin with. This happens when an increase in the money supply from outside donors is introduced, but the goods and services available to buy with the donations is not increased, therefore prices rise. Another problem with direct aid is that LDCs often have inefficient or corrupt governments and institutions that either don't have the capacity to use the aid effectively, or divert the aid to uses that benefit the powerful and not the needy. Trade is another way that developed countries can help LDCs. By increasing and promoting trade with LDCs, wealthy countries help less robust economies grow. Increased trade can take a long time, and it can be difficult for LDCs to produce goods and services that are in demand in the global market. However, trade can help LDCs build more diverse, robust economies and provide higher wage jobs for the residents of LDCs. Managed correctly, trade can be a path to drastic improvementes in developing countries, as seen in India and China over the past several years. Unfortunately, trade has its drawbacks, too. Exports from LDCs tend to be commodities, such as agricultural goods, or oil. Prices for agricultural goods are volatile, and more developed countries often have access to technologies that allow them to produce agricultural products at lower costs than LDCs. Natural resource comodities are subject to similar price volatility. Also, natural resource goods in LDCs are sometimes controlled by the government. Revenues from the sale of oil by some governments, for example, are used to placate the population with government assistance, suppressing the demand for governmental reforms, and displacing more broad-based economic development. This concentrates the wealth generated by natural resources in the LDC government or a local business oligarchy, leading to inefficiency and corruption. Foreign assistance can come in many flavors. Wealthy countries may help developing countries use technologies that allow them to produce food more efficiently, or build better sources of drinking water, fuel supplies, or telecommunications. Technical assistance can have a broad and lasting impact on the LDC, but only if the organizations and money exist in the long term to allow the LDC to maintain these improved systems. Foreign assistance with education, immunizations, and direct humanitarian intervention during civil unrest or natural disasters can also be very beneficial. Developed countries cannot "save" underdeveloped countries, but they can help. In fact, it is in wealthy countries' best interest to do everything they can to help poorer countries. . Ultimately, any country's success will depend on its own unique circumstances. Geopolitics, natural resources, effective government, civil liberties, agricultural capacity, and the "choices" countries make through cultural and political systems are the greatest determiners of a country's success. But foreign aid, trade, and direct assistance can be helpful if done with care, wisdom and diligent oversight. (MORE)
The film is set in Cambodia - the location of the genuine killing fields where the Khmer Rouge regime killed and buried masses of people from 1975 to 1979 . However, the movie was not filmed in Cambodia . It was instead shot at six locations: three Thai, two Canadian, and one American. …For more information on the killing fields, and totalitarian communist rule in Cambodia please see the following links: http://www.edwebproject.org/sideshow/khmeryears/index.html http://www.infoplease.com/spot/khmer1.html http://www.dithpran.org/killingfields.htm For more information on the 1984 film "The Killing Fields" please see http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087553/. (MORE)
NEW ZEALAND!!!!!!! many people have said they are filmed in londo, and surronding areas, but this is ver false. it is filmed in zurich new zealand. Whoever thinks it is filmed in the U>k is ver stupid indeed!!!!!!!! It is filmed in leavesden studio's LONDON. not new zealand like the person (idiot) …above stated, they are thinking of lord of the rings which was filmed in new zealand. harry potter is filmed in the uk!! all the cast are british or ireish so why would they fly them all that way to shoot some scenes. (MORE)
Hi, . For my AS media coursework we have to create the opening sequence of a new film. The problem is, i can't think of a film name!! The film is basically about three typical dole-scrounging, men who like to think they are hard, and do nothing but sit on the sofa all day drinking beer. Then, they …are offered the opportunity to create some easy money, by smuggling cocaine throughout the country, using their new job at a supermarket to transport their gear. But when they become a little greedy with their stock, they soon have their boss to see to.... . Any suggestions please reply below, thanks (MORE)
As with most movies, different places, for example, I know the Endor scene(s) in Episode 6 was actually Redwood Forest in California, and the Tatoine scene(s) were in Tunisia, a country in Northern Africa.
tourism directly related to the contry economy. For tourism purpose we opened new improved hotels,good transport facility, best air services and the main thing we improve the infrastructure of the tourist place.A ll these thing generate good revenue for the country and when the foreign tourist influ…x increases, the foreign currency also increases.So by this Tourism helps to country grow and provide us good infrastructure facility in our country. menka srivastava (MORE)
A maglev will not necessarily benefit a country. This is subjective and many variables will impact whether benefits out-weigh the negative impacts. While the maglev provides improved efficency for a high speed passenger train, it has many negatives as well. These must be brought into balance and is …largely an economic and environmental question of balance. (MORE)
Biology can help all countries in many, many ways :-) One is cloning of cells (for example heart cells) if we reach perfection in that area we can create brand new human hearts, which is needed all the time :-) Everyone, feel free to add examples to my answer ;-)
Like any commodity export, diamonds can enhance local and national economies by bringing in money in exchange for the commodity.
It helps as it stops our country from being in debt so the higher the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) the lower chance of this country being in debt :)
Waterloo Road is filmed in Manchester, England! The exact address is Hill Top Community Primary School, Hill Top Drive, Kirkholt, Rochdale Lancashire, OL11 2EH :D
New Zealand tends to restrict its foreign aid to countries of the Pacific region. These would be the island states and territories.
The Beatles filmed Help! in 1965 - 1966. The Beatles filmed Help! in early 1965 in time for a late summer 1965 release.
Ever since I was a small child, and that was a while ago, the people in the US. have always been the first to jump up and assist the people of other nations that were in trouble. I don't think there has ever been a earthquake, hurricane, tsunami or any other disaster that we haven't jumped up and st…arted donating money, clothing, food ,medical supplies or helped to dig people out of rubble. The older I get the more I noticed that when something happens here, no one comes running to our shores to help. We definitely will be the ones that are blamed for every disaster that has happened. What's the deal? I heard a comedian's from Australia a couple of weeks ago that had so many criticisms of the US people that I was in tears. Will it make me stop giving to those that need? NO. It won't stop any of us from giving. The American people are amazing. When we are needed we come together to help. That's one thing you can always count on. (MORE)
The filming was done in Tokyo (Japan), England (UK), Paris (France),Tangiers (Morocco), Los Angeles (USA) and Calgary (Canada). Hope that helps!
im a Muslim so i might know. they help Bangladesh, Singapore, Saudi Arabia and more. (research!)
The.French of France helped the Continental Army and the Spanish of Spain also helped the Continental Army
Top 10 Film Countries by Box Office 10. Brazil $800m Brazil is considered to have the most accessible film industryamongst the so-called high-growth emerging BRIC nations (Brazil,Russia, India, and China). 9. Spain $900m Plagued by the economic woes of a shrinking market, rampant piracy,subsidy… cuts, Spain's film industry is down on the list. 8. Italy $1.01bn Italy is another Country whose film sector is being weighed down inrecent times by the impact of the Euro Zone economic crisis. 7. Russia $1.2bn With only a fraction of the United State's screens, Russia is theseventh-largest film market by Box office take and is making steadyprogress. 6. Germany $1.35bn Despite being in the Euro Zone, 2012 saw Germany generate theirhighest ever Box office revenues increasing by 7.8%, with 135.1million Cinema tickets sold representing an increase of 4.2%. 5. India $1.4bn The Indian film industry has been a powerhouse for many years now,making the largest number of films in the world, buying the highestnumber of tickets and having the second largest screen count.However, they only come in at number 5 in box-office revenuesmainly because on average their home market has the amongst thelowest ticket prices in the world. 4. France & UK $1.7bn Coming in joint fourth France and the UK's appetite for films showsno signs of declining, as both still maintain very strong cinemagoing cultures. 3. Japan $2.4bn Dumped off second spot, Japan must be resigned to the inevitableposition of playing second fiddle to China from now on in the filmindustry. 2. China $2.7bn As with everything about China these days, they have become theworld's second-biggest movie market, taking over from Japan. 1. North American $10.8bn The USA is still far ahead of any other Country for now and in nodanger of being over taken but they will surely be looking overtheir shoulder as China continues its march forwards worlddomination. (MORE)
More than 70 countries pledged monetary donations or other assistance after the hurricane. Kuwait made the largest single pledge of $500 million, but Qatar, India, China, Pakistan and Bangladesh made very large donations as well.
The film was primarily shot at Barrandov Studios in Prague, with additional location shooting in the Bahamas, Italy, and the United Kingdom.
He was a sailor who was killed before the revolutionary war in the Boston Massacre.
The light bulb help our country because without the light bulb our country wouldn't see anything. We would have to use solar energy.
Modern explorers tend to be people such as agronomists and geologists, folk who improve the economics of the land.
At first, the US, France and some other countries wanted to help the rebels by orchestrating military actions against Gaddafi forces, however, he threatened to release some sort of chemicals on Benghazi, the city that was the center for the rebels. But that was a failed attempt at a bluff. Now, G…addafi is paying back every callous and ferocious acts he did and his country, namely Tripoli, is under attack by the joined forces of multiple countries. Justice will soon be served. Gaddafi forces will soon succumb to the pressure and the people of Libya will be heard. (MORE)
I've just started the class, and I've been told i need to write a description of my favourite film... which is the Disney classic, the little mermaid! so far I've got this: c'est l'histoire de le roi de la mer et ses filles. Le roi (s'appelle Titan), avait sept filles, le plus jeune Ariel appe…le. Ariel avait une grotte secrete, rempli de tresors humains, mais Titan detruit, parce que Titan deteste humains! i want this to say: It's the story of the king of the sea and his daughters. The king (called Titan) had seven daughters, the youngest one was called Ariel. Ariel had a secret cave filled with human treasures, but titan destroyed it because titan hates humans! Is this correct? Do they match? Please correct me if I'm wrong! Plus I need to say also: Ariel saves a prince from a burning ship, and is then obsessed with humans. She goes to the sea witch, called ursula, and asks for a pair of legs in exchange for her beautiful singing voice. Ursula agrees, but says if she doesn't kiss the prince in three days she owns her soul! Ariel goes to land and falls in love with the prince, but ursula tricks her.. (MORE)
You have to be very careful if you want to consider films as any kind of source material for historical knowledge. Pay close attention to how the film is presented. Even about well known historical events or eras rarely if ever stick only to the facts as known, without a single moment of embellish…ment. Film makers are in the business of presenting a certain view of historical events, and will include copious amounts of fictional dialogue, fictional situations and even events, sometimes events out of sequence (for example if for some reason the film's story line is made clearer by doing so), or introducing anachronisms. Anachronisms are any words, phrases or devices that are shown in a scene but that did not exist at the actual time the events in the scene occurred. There are countless examples of anachronism in films, sometimes deliberate and sometimes accidental. They are fun to hunt for and to find. In Kate Hepburn's great film Lion in Winter, she collapses in despair at one point and says as an aside: "Every family has its ups and downs". This is a common phrase today, but it was not known to Eleanor of Aquitaine in the 1100's. It is an anachronism. Delivered by Hepburn, the line is pure brilliance. I believe the wrapping of Christmas gifts in the same film is also anachronistic. Even if a film is presented as authentic as humanly possible, you must realize that the words of historical figures were not meticulously recorded in the form of modern screenplays. So films can be brilliant in and of themselves, and they can be useful too. But they do not equal or replace the need for research down to primary sources. (MORE)
What are some "diferent" examples of predudice, discrimination, andoppression in the movie To Kill A Mockingbird? Not the obviousones. Thanx.
It starts out with some guy driving down a long suberban road only to be stopped by a kid with his hand blown off. He takes the kid to the hosptital only to find out the kid lives across the street from him amased by his lack of neighbourly knowledge he tries to get to know them better later in the …film he learns they are terroists try to bomb a C.I.A. building his best friend works in by the end of the film he is coned into driving the bomb into the building after chasing what he thought was the bomb it detonates and he is blamed as a one-man suiside bomber. (MORE)
to help a country be powerful by treating it great so the president could do something about it
Your answer depends on what's being repeated. Nothing in filmmaking is wasted, so repeating anything is a clue -- usually to the audience and often also to a character. The repetition may be a significant recollection by a character, an establishing shot to signal a time shift and so forth. Them…e music that is repeated may signal a character or a character's emotion in a different situation. Meaningless repetition in a film is boring: it must serve a purpose. (MORE)
Long Distance Revolutionary features interviews with a range of longtime Au Jamal supporters including Pam & Ramona Africa of the International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumbai Au-Jamal, Amy Goodman & Juan Gonzales of Democracy Now, Cornell West, Alice Walker, Angela Davis, and many others.
The television program Princess Hours is of South Korean origin. It was released in January 2006 and was originally in Korean. It ended its run in March 2006.
India produces Marathi films and songs. They are made in the state of Maharashtra and the industry has been around since 1912 making it the oldest film industry in India.
The movie Indochine originated in France. It is set in the 1930's in Vietnam which was a French colony at the time. The movie was originally released in 1992.
The 1960 movie 'The Unforgiven' was filmed in Durango, Mexico. It starred Burt Lancaster and Audrey Hepburn. The film is sometimes confused with the 1992 movie 'Unforgiven' which starred Clint Eastwood and was filmed mostly in Alberta, Canada.
There was no film by the title of "Country Song" produced in 2010. However, the film "Country Strong" came about in 2010. It includes the talents of Gwyneth Paltrow, Tim McGraw, and James Canter.
The film Pure Country was a western film about a country music star, who has grown weary of performing to an elaborate stage show. He goes off to 'find himself' and returns after some time to a more toned-down show.
'Dark Country' is a psychological thriller that follows a newlywed couple that are on honeymoon through Nevada. They run into a severely injured man who they attempt to help but it all goes wrong in the end.
The film 'Girlfriend, Boyfriend' is set in the country of Taiwan. You can learn more about this film online at the Internet Movie Database website. Once on the page, type "Girlfriend, Boyfriend" into the search field at the top of the page and press enter to bring up the information.
The film Darr was filmed in India. It is about a woman who is stuck in one man's love, but is fearing the obsession of another man, and what he may do to her other half.
Calle 54 is a 2000 documentary film about Latin jazz by Spanish director Fernando Trueba. The film takes its name from Sony Music Studios, where much of the film was shot, which are located on 54th Street in New York City.