Salzburg 2014 was an unsuccessful bid by the Austrian Olympic Committee to host the 2014 Winter Olympics and 2014 Winter Paralympics in Salzburg, Austria. Salzburg was one of seven applicants for the games, and one of three to be short-listed, along with Sochi, Russia, and Pyeongchang, South Korea. It was the second consecutive time Salzburg bid for the Winter Olympics, after the close call with the 2010 bid, and the four consecutive time Austria bid, having bid with Graz in 2002 and Klagenfurt in 2006. The 2014 bid is more compact than the 2010 project due to the elimination of the Kitzbühel, St. Johann and Ramsau venues. One venue (Schönau am Königssee for bobsled, skeleton and luge) is located in Germany.
During 1977 and 1978, bassist Marino Pelajić, guitarist Mladen Jurčić, and drummer Branko Hromatko were Azra members when Branimir "Johnny" Štulić brought Jura Stublić as the new vocalist. Stublić was to become Aerodrom member, but due to his deep vocals it never happened. The lineup functioned for a few months only and after a quarrel with Štulić, on early 1979, Pelajić, Jurčić, Hromatko and Stublić formed the band Šporko Šalaporko i Negove Žaluzine, naming the band after a story from the "Polet" youth magazine, which was soon after renamed to Film. The memories of the Azra lineup later inspired Štulić to write the song "Roll over Jura" released on Filigranski pločnici in 1982.
Saxophonist Jurij Novoselić, who at the time had worked under the pseudonym Kuzma Videosex, joined the band, inspiring others to use pseudonym instead of their original names: vocalist Stublić became Jura Jupiter, bassist Pelajić became Mario Baraccuda and guitarist Jurčić became Max Wilson. Before joining the band, Stublić did not have much experience as a vocalist, however, since his father had been an opera singer, he often visited the theatre and opera, and at the age of 13, he started playing the guitar, earning money as a street performer at seaside resorts.
Beckett’s original choice for the lead – referred to only as “O” – was Charlie Chaplin, but his script never reached him. Both Beckett and the director Alan Schneider were interested in Zero Mostel and Jack MacGowran. However, the former was unavailable and the latter, who accepted at first, became unavailable due to his role in a "Hollywood epic." Beckett then suggested Buster Keaton. Schneider promptly flew to Los Angeles and persuaded Keaton to accept the role along with "a handsome fee for less than three weeks' work."James Karen, who was to have a small part in the film, also encouraged Schneider to contact Keaton.
The filmed version differs from Beckett's original script but with his approval since he was on set all the time, this being his only visit to the United States. The script printed in Collected Shorter Plays of Samuel Beckett (Faber and Faber, 1984) states:
This has led to some unsavoury incidents over the summer, such as the video of the wife of Dmitry Peskov, Putin’s spokesman and top propagandist, enjoying herself on a night out in Greece, and a Russian tourist who filmed herself mocking and harassing Ukrainian women on the streets of Salzburg, Austria.
rbb Television has announced that the film series rbb Queer will continue this summer ... rbb Television has announced that the film series rbb Queer will continue this summer ... As in previous years, there is a collaboration with Salzburger, a Berlin film distributor specializing in queer cinema.
Filming took place at the Habsburg seats of Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna and the Kaiserville near Salzburg, with the movies later becoming one of the most successful German-language productions in history ... Rather than her teenage years, the films opens on Sissi’s dreaded 40th birthday, focusing in on the lengths she goes to in order to stay youthful.
The film takes a unique look at the Covid-19 pandemic as the director travels to Salzburg Zoo to find out how the animals have been dealing with the ‘new normal’ ...Horvath produced the film and is handling international sales. What inspired the idea to make a film about the inhabitants of a zoo during lockdown.
Salzburg (pictured) is where a number of scenes for 1965’sThe Sound Of Music were filmed ... From Linz, you will have a chance to follow in the footsteps of the Von Trapps on an included trip to Salzburg, where a number of scenes for 1965’s The Sound Of Music were filmed.
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