Anthony Stern
British documentary filmmaker
Anthony Stern
Anthony Stern was born in Cambridge, England in 1944 and first started making films while at Cambridge University, working as assistant to the avant-garde documentary film maker Peter Whitehead. Anthony went on to develop the concept of the impressionistic documentary with the making of the BFI-financed San Francisco: Film, which was produced by Iris Sawyer, Jeremy Mitchell, Anthony and his friend Alan Callan.
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Silverman Sherliker LLP | DP Increases Distance from Regulator - Linex Legal (press release) (registration)
Google News - over 5 years
Peter Hinchliffe, Andrew Long, Elizabeth Neville, Alasdair Smith and Anthony Stern were appointed last week. Legal and regulatory experts have claimed the new appointees exhibit a wider array of experience than their predecessors in judicial and
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Paid Notice: Deaths STERN, H. ANTHONY
NYTimes - over 16 years
STERN-H. Anthony. A long time resident of Briarcliff, NY, an original staff member at the U.N., Personnel Director for Church World Service, and Associate Dean at Pace University. He died on Nov. 1 at his home in Santa Monica, CA. A Memorial Service will be held at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, Pacific Palisades, CA, on November 20 at 4 P.M.
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Q&A/Dr. Anthony Stern; Psychiatrist Puts Faith in Practice
NYTimes - almost 18 years
GOD answers prayer in mysterious ways, said Dr. Anthony Stern of Hastings-on-Hudson, a Jewish psychiatrist who has edited a collection of the meditations of Mother Teresa in a new book, ''Everything Starts From Prayer'' (White Cloud Press), aimed primarily at non-Catholics. In his case, he said, he was feeling despondent in the days before he
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NYTimes - over 19 years
PARGOT-Fannie Stern. On November 4, 1997 in Wakefield, R.I. Longtime devoted NYC teacher and principal. Sister of H. Anthony Stern. Aunt of Patricia Clark, Desmond Whitney, Christopher Stern and William Taubman and Philip Taubman. Gathering of friends 2PM Sunday, November 9th, at South Bay Manor, Wakefield.
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Nancy Green, 72, Theater Producer And Casting Head
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: Nancy W. Green, a theater producer and television casting director, died of a heart attack on Saturday at her home in Manhattan. She was 72 years old. Nancy W. Green, a theater producer and television casting director, died of a heart attack on Saturday at her home in Manhattan. She was 72 years old. Mrs. Green produced plays in the late
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NORA S. TAUBMAN
NYTimes - almost 32 years
Nora S. Taubman, who taught English at Seward Park and Julia Richman High Schools and at the High School of Music and Art in New York City in the 1930's and 40's, died of cancer Saturday at a convalescent home in Danbury, Conn. She was 74 years old and lived in Danbury. Mrs. Taubman, who attended Cornell University and was a graduate of Hunter
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    THIRTIES
  • 2004
    In 2004, Anthony completed work on his newest film 'The Noon Gun'.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1971
    In 1971, Anthony travelled to Afghanistan with his 16 mm camera.
    More Details Hide Details The footage, rediscovered in 2003 after 30 years, forms the basis of this film-poem, which features a seminal soundtrack by the world fusion musicians Equa. Produced and edited by the multi-media artist and director Sadia Sadia, working with the composer and sound designer Stephen W Tayler, the film had its world premiere at the Melbourne International Film Festival, where it played to a packed theatre and was a resounding success. Since then it has premiered in the UK at the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television (now the National Media Museum), as well as featuring in the 2005 'Films From The South' Festival in Oslo, Norway (which Anthony, with the support of the British Council, attended as a guest speaker). Since then the film has been broadcast on Tolo TV, the most popular liberal TV station in Kabul, Afghanistan, as well as on the Bhutan Broadcasting Service (the only service to broadcast within the Bhutanese border).
  • 1969
    On 14 April 1969 Anthony went to the Royal Festival Hall to film Pink Floyd as they rehearsed for their 'Man/Journey' show.
    More Details Hide Details The filming was interrupted by a RFH official who demanded he stop as no permission to film had been granted by RFH officials. Sections of this film have surfaced on YouTube. Anthony also made the ground breaking experimental films ‘Serendipity’ and ‘Ain’t Misbehavin’”, pioneering the use of 16 mm single frame cinematography in the late 1960s. Further pursuing his fascination with colour and materials through which light passes, Anthony also completed an MA at the RCA (Royal College of Art) in Glass and is a world-renowned award winning glass maker. His work is included in the collections of HRH Queen Elizabeth II, Sir Elton John, the Saudi Royal Family (Red Sea Palace), the Victoria & Albert Museum, Barclays Bank, Morgan Stanley, the Nomura Group, Sir Derek Jacobi, and the Broadfield House Glass Museum, to name but a few. Anthony's work as a glass artist has also been the subject of the film 'Lit From Within: The Art of Anthony Stern'.
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  • 1944
    Anthony Stern was born in Cambridge, England in 1944 and first started making films while at Cambridge University, working as assistant to the avant-garde documentary film maker Peter Whitehead.
    More Details Hide Details Anthony went on to develop the concept of the impressionistic documentary with the making of the BFI (British Film Institute)-financed San Francisco: Film, which was produced by Iris Sawyer, Jeremy Mitchell, Anthony and his friend Alan Callan. The film, cut to a version of "Interstellar Overdrive" as performed by Syd Barrett's Pink Floyd, went on to win awards for cinematography at the Oberhausen, Melbourne and Sydney Film Festivals.
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