American screenwriter, film director, actor, comedian, writer, musician, and playwright | born Allen Stewart Konigsberg on December 1, 1935 in Brooklyn, New York | is a notable American director | writes and directs his movies and has acted in the majority of them | developed a passion for music early on | is a celebrated jazz clarinetist | won three Academy Awards for "Annie Hall" (Best Director and Best Original Screenplay) and for "Hannah and Her Sisters" (Best Original Screenplay) | further films e. g.: "Manhattan", "Sleeper", "Bullets over Broadway", "Husbands and Wives", "Manhattan Murder Mystery", ...
English rock musician and songwriter | born November 30th, 1955 in Stanmore, London | launched his career as a member of the punk bands "Chelsea" and "Generation X" | started his solo career in New York City | established his superstar status with singles like "Eyes Without A Face" and "Flesh For Fantasy"
In this unusual photo series homeless kittens are photographed giving the camera the cold shoulder - as viewers try to work out their back-story. Self-taught photographer Arne Svenson from New York City has put together an odd yet charming cat calendar-style photo series called 'Strays'. Instead of capturing cute photos of cute cats doing cute things he photographed kittens turning away, looking up, walking off and otherwise doing their best to avoid having their furry faces seen.
Reportage in the iLumens laboratory, during a day dedicated to ongoing training for midwives and obstetrician gynecologists, on the theme of resuscitation in the birthing room. The iLumens lab (University Lab for Medical Teaching using Digital and Simulation Technologies) of the Paris Descartes University organises initial, specialised and ongoing training for all health care professionals.