Hilarographa hainanica

Hilarographa hainanica Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Lepidoptera Family: Tortricidae Genus: Hilarographa Species: H. hainanica Binomial name Hilarographa hainanica Razowski, 2009Hilarographa hainanica is a species of moth of the Tortricidae family. It is found in China (Hainan). The wingspan is about 12 mm. The ground colour of the forewings is glossy orange, consisting of three basal streaks and three postbasal transverse lines followed by a broad dorso-median brownish area with six orange spots. The hindwings are pale orange with brownish. Etymology[edit] The specific name refers to the type location, the Island of Hainan.[1] References[edit] ^ The Old World Hilarographini (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)Wikispecies has information related to: Hilarographa hainanicaWikimedia Commons has media related to Hilarographa hainanica.This Chlidanotinae-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Wiebke von Carolsfeld

Wiebke von Carolsfeld Born 1966 Germany Nationality German/Canadian Occupation film director, editor Years active 1990s-present Notable work Marion Bridge Wiebke von Carolsfeld (born 1966) is a German-Canadian film director and editor.[1] She is best known for her debut feature film as a director, Marion Bridge, which won the Toronto International Film Festival Award for Best Canadian First Feature Film at the 2002 Toronto International Film Festival.[2] As an editor, she was a shortlisted Genie Award nominee for Best Editing at the 22nd Genie Awards in 2002 for Eisenstein.[3] Originally from Germany, von Carolsfeld moved to Canada after marrying an Icelandic man.[1] Despite having degrees in medieval history and literature from German universities, she was rejected when she applied to Ryerson University’s film school for lacking the Ontario-specific Grade 13 in her high school transcripts.[1] Instead, she volunteered with the local cable community channel to gain experience, before taking a job as an assistant to David Cronenberg on M. Butterfly.[1] Her credits as an editor include Shoemaker, The Five Senses, The Bay of Love and Sorrows, Wrecked and Fugitive Pieces. As a director, she followed up with the 2013 film Stay[4] and the 2015 film The Saver.[5] She is based in Montreal, Quebec. References[edit] ^ a b c d “German’s debut film perfectly Canadian”. Vancouver Sun, April 18, 2003. ^ “Marion Bridge wins prize at Toronto fest”. Halifax Daily News, September 16, 2002. ^ “Atanarjuat, War Bride lead Genie list”. The Globe and Mail, December 13, 2001. ^ “Director has staying power; Festival prize ‘kept me going over the years'”. Montreal Gazette, September 5, 2013. ^ “Wiebke von Carolsfeld pairs up with Imajyn Cardinal for The Saver film”. CBC News, April 17, 2015. External links[edit]Wiebke von Carolsfeld at the Internet Movie DatabaseThis article about a Canadian film director is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Handful of Hate

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The Fabulous Wonder Twins

The neutrality of this article is disputed. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Please do not remove this message until conditions to do so are met. (May 2014) The Fabulous Wonder Twins Born Louis Alberto Campos Carlos Eduardo Campos (1967-10-28) October 28, 1967 (age 48) San Salvador, El Salvador Occupation Entertainment personalities, actors, models, performance artists, club kid stars The Fabulous Wonder Twins (October 28, 1967) (Louis Alberto Campos and Carlos Eduardo Campos, (born in San Salvador) are a pair of fraternal twin brothers who have been featured in MTV music videos, made cameos on film and television motion pictures and have appeared on several talk shows, from The Jerry Springer Show to The Geraldo Rivera Show. The Twins have also participated in several fashion shows, performance art pieces, gay pride parades, and club appearances from Los Angeles to New York City and across the Atlantic, some of these have been fundraisers for AIDS charities and organizations. In addition, the Twins have been photographed for various gay-oriented and fashion-related American and European magazines. The Los Angeles Times printed a full two-page Life & Style article, its front page titled “2 Wild and Crazy Guys”.[1] Due to their extensive representation of the LGBT community in the media, their collaborations for the same and overall achievements as drag performer, The Twins were recently inducted into the Drag Queen Hall of Fame.[2] According to Michelle Lolli, style editor and club columnist for Urb magazine, “To be a truly successful club kid, one has to have talent and creativity behind the wild facade. Everyone from here to New York says how wonderful The Wonder Twins are!”[3]Contents 1 Biography 2 Videography 3 Cameos 4 Notes 5 References 6 External linksBiography[edit]This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. (May 2014) Videography[edit]”Everlasting Love”, Gloria Estefan “If It Makes You Happy”, Sheryl Crow “Long Long Time”, Love Spit Love “Vertigogo”, Combustible Edison “I Will Survive!”, Diana Ross & Rupaul “DJ, Drop That Beat!”, Richard Humpty Vission “Feels So Good (Show Me Your Love)”, Lina Santiago “Alcohol”, Howlin’ Maggie “Blame”, Collective Soul “Tell Me What Can I Do To Make You Love Me?”, Worthy Davies “Wicked”, Econoline CrushCameos[edit]Eraser, Gay club scene with Arnold Schwarzenegger Chuck Russell, director. The Drew Carey Show, Priscilla Queen Of The Desert. thanks wikipedia.

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Douglas Park (disambiguation)

Douglas Park may refer to Places[edit]Douglas Park, Scottish stadium Douglas Park, New South Wales, Australian town Douglas Park, California, community in Del Norte County Douglas Park (Chicago), Chicago park Douglas Park (Langley), an urban public park in Canada Douglas Park (Rock Island), stadium that served as home for the Rock Island Independents professional American football team Douglas Park Race Course, a defunct horse race course located in the south end of Louisville, KentuckyPeople[edit]Brad Park, retired hockey player whose full name is Douglas Bradford Park Douglas Park (businessman), owner of Park’s Motor Group and director of Rangers F.C. and former director of Heart of Midlothian F.C.See also[edit]Stephen A. Douglas Tomb and Memorial, also known as Douglas Monument Park, Chicago park This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Douglas Park. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. thanks wikipedia.

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The Lake (TV series)

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