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Sarah Jones' Story: Camera Assistant Killed On The Job Is Honored At The Oscars

3 March 2014 | 10:28 pm Last night the Academy honored Sarah Jonesa 27-year-old assistant camera operator who was killed on the job last monthafter the always-controversial "In Memoriam" segment . [ more ] http://feeds.gothamistllc.com/c/35360/f/663255/s/37be13dd/sc/38/l/0Llaist0N0C20A140C0A30C0A30Cthe0Istory0Iof0Isarah0Ijones0Iwho0Iwas0Iki0Bphp/story01.htm

Oscars 2014: In Memoriam honors Hoffman, Gandolfini and Sarah Jones

3 March 2014 | 5:50 pm The Oscars' annual "In Memoriam" tribute included images of Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Walker and James Gandolfini, as well as Sarah Jones, the camera assistant who died Feb. 20 in Georgia after being struck by a train during preproduction of "Midnight Rider," a biopic of musician Gregg Allman. http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/la-et-mn-oscars-2014-in-memoriam-hoffman-gandolfini-20140302,0,6548550.story?track=rss

Oscars 2014: Academy includes Sarah Jones 'In Memoriam'

3 March 2014 | 5:28 am The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences included Sarah Jones, the camera assistant who was killed on the set of "Midnight Rider" a little more than a week ago, in the Oscars in memoriam tribute on Sunday. But just barely. http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/envelope/la-et-mn-sarah-jones-oscars-in-memoriam-20140302,0,6732652.story?track=rss

Oscars In Memoriam 2014: Cory Monteith, Dennis Farina, Sarah …

3 March 2014 | 7:30 pm The 2014 Oscars In Memoriam montage left off a few prominent names. From Cory Monteith to James Avery to Sarah Jones, which stars should have made the cut. http://blog.zap2it.com/pop2it/2014/03/oscars-in-memoriam-2014-cory-monteith-dennis-farina-sarah-jones-and-more-misses.html

Oscars 2014: 'Vampire Diaries' crew member Sarah Jones included …

3 March 2014 | 4:45 am After Sarah Jones, a 27-year-old camera assistant known for working on many movies and TV shows like "The Vampire Diaries," was tragically hit and killed by a train while working on the new Greg Allman biopic, "Midnight  http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/03/oscars-2014-vampire-diaries-crew-member-sarah-jones-included-during-in-memoriam-segment-kind-of.html

Sarah Jones, Crew Member Killed on Set of 'Midnight Rider …

3 March 2014 | 4:40 am Thanks to an online campaign drawing attention to her death, Sarah Jones, who died in a tragic accident last week on the set of 'Midnight Rider,' was memorialized during tonight's Academy Awards show. Though her photo  http://www.indiewire.com/article/sarah-jones-crew-member-killed-on-set-of-midnight-rider-honored-at-academy-awards

Jones,Stuart & Sarah – Lullabies For Children [CD New]

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Norman Parkinson Vintage Photo Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones 1970 Princess Margaret

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RYAN'S DAUGHTER Sarah Miles Christopher Jones Picture Postcard :pca

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Alcatraz cast signed auto SDCC poster (Jorge Garcia Sarah Jones Parminder Nagra)

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Lullabies for Children Stuart & Sarah Jones CD

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  • 50 Shaves says:

    Want A True Or False Trivia Quiz? 1. A 1914 Faberge Easter Egg cost £16,000 each (in Roubles) THEN
    2. The British Royal Family changed it’s name during WW1
    3. Tom Jones (singer) was once a glove maker
    4. Jose Mourinho never said “I am the Special One”
    5. Robert Redford was offered the part of Andy in Shawshank
    6. John Wayne was killed by an Atomic Bomb
    7. Bruce Lee was born In America
    8. The Bee Gees were born in Australia
    9. Lee Marvin was shot in the buttocks during WW2
    10. Robert Taylor (actor) testified/sold out his friends at the McCarthy Hearings
    11. Bob Hope was born in England
    12. Elvis was offered the part of Bernardo (West Side Story) but turned it down
    13. Glen Campbell is a die-hard Democrat
    14. Nicole Kidman was born in America
    15. Ringo was the only Beatle to have a regular job before fame arrived
    16. John Lennon is/was the oldest Beatle
    17. Eric Morecambe’s real name is Eric Bartholomew
    18. Michael Jackson spoke before the Oxford Union (UK)
    19. John Wayne was dared to attend and speak to the left wing Harvard Union and did
    20. Tom Bolt (high end watch dealer etc) is the son of Sarah Miles
    21. Frank Sinatra was always a die-hard Republican
    22. John Russell (Lawman etc) was awarded a Battlefield Commission
    23. Charlton Heston was active in the 60s civil rights movement
    24. Steve McQueen refused to take part
    25. Glen Campbell played on the Monkees records
    1. A 1914 Faberge Easter Egg cost £16,000 each (in Roubles) THEN TRUE is what I heard about Faberge
    2. The British Royal Family changed it’s name during WW1 TRUE
    3. Tom Jones (singer) was once a glove maker TRUE
    4. Jose Mourinho never said “I am the Special One” TRUE “A Special One” is what he said
    5. Robert Redford was offered the part of Andy in Shawshank TRUE
    6. John Wayne was killed by an Atomic Bomb Possibly TRUE filming close to Nevada test sites
    7. Bruce Lee was born In America TRUE
    8. The Bee Gees were born in Australia FALSE the Isle of Man
    9. Lee Marvin was shot in the buttocks during WW2 TRUE
    10. Robert Taylor (actor) testified/sold out his friends at the McCarthy Hearings OK but in spirit, TRUE near enough
    11. Bob Hope was born in England TRUE
    12. Elvis was offered the part of Bernardo (West Side Story) but turned it down TRUE
    13. Glen Campbell is a die-hard Democrat FALSE quite the opposite
    14. Nicole Kidman was born in Americ
    14. Nicole Kidman was born in America TRUE Hawaii in fact
    15. Ringo was the only Beatle to have a regular job before fame arrived TRUE as a Ferry steward
    16. John Lennon is/was the oldest Beatle FALSE Ringo is
    17. Eric Morecambe’s real name is Eric Bartholomew TRUE
    18. Michael Jackson spoke before the Oxford Union (UK) TRUE
    19. John Wayne was dared to attend and speak to the left wing Harvard Union and did TRUE
    20. Tom Bolt (high end watch dealer etc) is the son of Sarah Miles TRUE
    21. Frank Sinatra was always a die-hard Republican False he started out as a strong Democrat
    22. John Russell (Lawman etc) was awarded a Battlefield Commission TRUE Guadal Canal
    23. Charlton Heston was active in the 60s civil rights movement TRUE he marched
    24. Steve McQueen refused to take part False he marched too
    25. Glen Campbell played on the Monkees records TRUE as part of the LA wrecking crew

    • Curator says:

      1. False: The cost in 1914 was approximately 30,000 rubles: £3,000.
      2. True: In 1917 (peace 1918), there was a radical change, when George V specifically adopted Windsor, not only as the name of the ‘House’ or dynasty, but also as the surname of his family.
      3. True: In March 1957, Jones married Melinda Trenchard when they were expecting a child together. Each was 16. To support his young family Jones took a job working in a glove factory.
      4. True: It was a nickname given to him.
      5. False: He was considered for the part of “Red.”
      6. False
      7. True: Born: Lee Jun Fan on November 27, 1940, in San Francisco, California, USA.
      8. False: They were born on the Isle of Man.
      9. True: In the battle of Saipan in June 1944, he was wounded in the buttocks by Japanese fire which severed his sciatic nerve.
      10. False: TRICK QUESTION: In 1947, Taylor appeared in front of a House of Representatives committee (HUAC) and freely named names, causing several actors to be blacklisted. The Army-McCarthy hearings were conducted by SENATOR Joseph R. McCarthy and were Senate hearings.
      11. True: Bob Hope was born in Eltham, United Kingdom.
      12. False
      13. False: He has described himself in interviews as “a registered Democrat but I voted Republican a few times” and he performed in support of both Republican and Democratic politicians.
      14. True: She was born on June 20, 1967, in Honolulu, Hawaii.
      USA.
      15. True: At the age of 15, he dropped out of school and got his first job was as a delivery boy for British Rail. His second job was a barman on a ferry to New Brighton, and his next was as a trainee joiner at Henry Hunt & Sons. The other Beatles began professionally as musicians.
      16. False: Ringo Starr was born first: July 7, 1940; John Lennon Oct. 9, 1940; Paul McCartney, June 18 1942; George Harrison, February 25, 1943.
      17. False: TRICK QUESTION: Eric Morecambe was born on May 14, 1926 in Morecambe, Lancashire, England as John Eric Bartholomew.
      18. True: On March 6, 2001, Michael Jackson spoke to Oxford University students at the Oxford Union in London to promote his new initiative: Heal the Kids.
      19. True: John Wayne spoke at Harvard in 1974.
      20. False: Sarah Miles was married twice to British playwright/screenwriter Robert Bolt, who died in 1995.
      21. False: Sinatra donated $5,000 to support Franklin D. Roosevelt’s 1944 election campaign, calling him “the greatest man alive” and joining him on the campaign trail. Sinatra was friends of American presidents of both parties. Once an ardent Democrat supporter, he switched allegiances and became a Republican from the mid-1960s onwards, in part because of a feud with President Kennedy.
      22. True: In 1942, John Russell (“Lawman,” etc.) joined the Marine Corps where he received a battlefield commission and was decorated for valor at Guadalcanal.
      23. True and False: TRICK QUESTION: Although often criticized for his strong conservative beliefs and involvement with the NRA, Heston was a strong advocate for civil rights many years BEFORE it became fashionable. Originally a Democrat who campaigned for Presidential candidates Adlai Stevenson and John F. Kennedy, he gradually switched to becoming a conservative Republican during the 1960s.
      24. NO QUESTION
      25. True: Glen Campbell was a studio musician who played on some of the Monkees earliest material in 1966.

      Good luck!

      Additional details: Verification of my answers:
      1. See http://books.google.com/books?id=BBTAylxcrAwC&dq=1914+Faberge+egg&source=gbs_navlinks_s [p.176, final paragraph]
      5. See http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0111161/trivia?ref_=tt_trv_trv [Items 4. and 5.]
      6. See http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000078/bio?ref_=nm_ov_bio_sm [“Date of Death”]
      7. See http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0055614/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1 and http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0055614/trivia?ref_=tt_trv_trv [Elvis Presley was Robert Wise’s first choice to play TONY NOT BERNARDO.]
      17. See http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0603449/
      [“Born”]
      20. Conceded.

      End.

  • I Fan says:

    Native English Speakers, Could You Help Me,please? I’m preparing for the English Olympics by myself and I really need some help.I wrote a letter and if you could tell me the mistakes I made I would be grateful.Here’s the letter:
    Dear Jane,
    I really miss your letters. We haven’t talked at all since this school year started and i bet we both have some interesting stories to share. I’ve had a great year and the best thing that happened to me was the theatre troupe in my high school.
    My classmate, Anne Jones ( yes, she is the daughter of the famous actrice) invited me and two other friends in the theatre troupe. I was a bit reserved at first , as I don’t like to see a lot of eyes settled on me * I don’t like how ” a lot of eyes” sounds, could I have used “mob of eyes” or “crowd of eyes” instead?* but,due to numerous requests from my friends, decided to give it a go.
    Last week I was informed that I was accepted in the theatre troupe! At first I started to worry * When should I use “started to worry” and “started worrying”?*, feeling unprepared for the many plays I was going to perform in but,when I met my colleagues and teachers, all I could feel was joy.We’ve made a funny warm-up exercise and the teachers gave us some scripts to learn for the next lesson. It was wonderful and a lot of fun to perform in a play, together with my best friends.I can’t wait for the next lesson!
    This was the most beautiful experience I had since school started but, a lot more things happened * have happened or happened?*to me. I glued a photo of the theatre group on the other side of this sheet.I really hope to hear from you soon and maybe, you could send me a photo of your classmates.
    Best wishes,
    Sarah

    • Curator says:

      “and i bet” – I is always capitalized when referring to yourself under the principle that personal names are always capitalized. “I” stands in the place of your personal name.

      “actrice” – you probably mean “actress”. Be aware that modernly female actors might refer to themselves with a gendered title, but they increasing prefer the job title “actor”, which is changing to a nongendered title. Similarly it is falling out of fashion to refer to a male flying pilot as an “aviator” but a female flying pilot as an “aviatrix”, as both now are more properly called “aviator” without gender implication. This should make it easier on people learning English, to not have to remember whether there exists a feminine form of a title that ends in -rix, -ress, or -ette. It also is considered more respectful to women, as the -rix, -ress, or -ette forms are “diminutive”, in implication at least, implying a lesser version. An example of that is that a “kitchenette” is a small and not fully equipped “kitchen”. That this “-ette” form serves both diminutive and feminine designation functions is insulting in the opinion of some.

      “on me * I” – replace the asterisk with a period, and remove the asterisk after the question mark on the next sentence. Also, remove the space before the comma and the space after the first ” in that paragraph.

      “sounds, could” – either make one sentence end with “sounds.” and capitalize could to start a new sentence, or use a coordinating conjunction to link these two possibly separate sentences, thus “sounds, but could”.

      If you were using asterisks to designate a portion of text as commentary you should use parenthesis, the preferred method of inserting text which breaks the flow of thought with a comment, rather than make people guess why asterisks are there. (Or am I being too advanced in giving this advice here?) Now that I understand how you are using asterisks, as a substitute for parenthesis in a “parenthetical comment”, I’ll respond that way.

      * When should I use “started to worry” and “started worrying”?*

      Conventional idiom in most versions of English uses the infinitive form “to worry” to discuss matters abstractly, which is more removed from speaking with a personal voice. “To worry is to waste time” states an abstract proposition, and the infinitive form is fine. “I began worrying when I saw him staggering drunkenly towards his car, keys in hand” is narrative form, the preferred form of expressing personal experience. There is a slight advantage in “started worrying” then, as this is a narrative text rather than an expository essay on a proposition to deliberate. “To fly is quicker” is a proposition to debate, while “I prefer flying” is a personal expression of preference thus should avoid abstract sounding language and adopt a narrative manner. I don’t know whether the worried state is meant to be over or is still ongoing, it is something only the writer knows, and choosing a time tense expresses more of the writer’s actual state of mind.

      * I don’t like how ” a lot of eyes” sounds, could I have used “mob of eyes” or “crowd of eyes” instead?*

      “Mob of” is idiomatically correct in Australian dialect to mean simply a lot of people somehow connected to each other, but not necessarily other dialects where “mob” will imply an unruly and disagreeable collection of people. It depends on what you are trying to express here. Australian dialect will often choose British dialect spellings, as you have chosen in this text.

      “friends.I can’t” – put two spaces after the period.

      * have happened or happened?* – In general, stick to one consist time tense throughout the text, so long as it doesn’t distort the facts. You chose the time tense “started” rather than “had started” earlier in the sentence, so stick with it unless you have some deliberate reason for changing your choice of time tense. The simpler “started” and “happened” is preferable, unless you have some subtle idea to convey by choosing a more complicated time tense.

      “experience I had since school started” – I have had would be more familiar idiomatically, and also because it implies the experience is viewed in a time tense slightly different from merely “had”. Again, the writer might know which time tense is truly correct, while I am guessing here as which is better. Google “time tense” or visit

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grammatical_tense

      for a discussion of the finer points on perfect and imperfect tenses for time reference in English. You understand this well when you can understand why I might fashion a sentence this way: “I had doubts that I would enjoy this school year, but I have had a wonderful introduction to a theatre troupe, and I am having more confidence these days.”

      “sheet.I really” – Again, two spaces after the period.

      Some notes:

      “theatre troupe” is not a mistake, but realize that you’ve selected British forms of spelling and idiom by choosing this and need to stick to it throughout the rest of the message, not transition to American form or other variations of English. Had you selected “theater company” you would have chosen to write this message in American idiom and spelling. You were consistent throughout the text, which was good.

      It was a well written letter, I think. Keep up the good work!

  • Movies To Watch At A Girl’s 14th Birthday Party? Most of the girls there will be fourteen, a few thirteen. I don’t want anything rated R! No horror movies, and none of us are really in to chick flicks. Most of us love science fiction and Stephen Spielberg, and the rest of them love Lord of the Rings. I don’t want to watch that because it’s too long, and I don’t want to watch the Hobbit because one of my friends that I’m inviting recently had a party where we watched the first one. So if there are any good science fiction-fantasy-PG-13 or lower movies out there, I would really appreciate it! Or movies that you think any 14 year old girl would like.

    • Curator says:

      If you have never heard of these movies before would recomend watching youtube trailers. Also some of these may be on youtube as full movies or in parts.

      If you like sci fi I def recomend dr who tv series and the sarah jane adventures.

      Movies

      Legend with tom cruise
      Krull
      Dragon slayer
      Willow
      The last star fighter
      Ewoks
      The worst witch
      Return to oz
      Space invaders
      The faculty
      Escape to. Witch mountain original
      Gremlins
      Witches with angelica huston
      Enemy mine
      Baby with william katt and sean young
      Bedknobs and broomsticks
      Cloak and dagger
      Explorers with ethan hawke
      Flight of the navigator
      A kid in king arthurs court
      Id say blade runner but that’s prob rated r
      D.a.y.r.l
      The never ending story
      Time bandits
      Alice in wonderland
      Spaceballs
      Lord of the rings cartoons
      Pippy longstocking its more adventure than sci fi though
      Indiana jones temple of doom
      The goonies. Great movie
      Snow white and the huntsman
      Mirror mirror with julia roberts
      Matilda
      Jumanji
      Narnia movies and cartoons
      Solar babies

  • 50 Shaves says:

    True Or False Trivia Quiz……………..? 1. A 1914 Faberge Easter Egg cost £16,000 each (in Roubles) THEN
    2. The British Royal Family changed it’s name during WW1
    3. Tom Jones (singer) was once a glove maker
    4. Jose Mourinho never said “I am the Special One”
    5. Robert Redford was offered the part of Andy in Shawshank
    6. John Wayne was killed by an Atomic Bomb
    7. Bruce Lee was born In America
    8. The Bee Gees were born in Australia
    9. Lee Marvin was shot in the buttocks during WW2
    10. Robert Taylor (actor) testified/sold out his friends at the McCarthy Hearings
    11. Bob Hope was born in England
    12. Elvis was offered the part of Bernardo (West Side Story) but turned it down
    13. Glen Campbell is a die-hard Democrat
    14. Nicole Kidman was born in America
    15. Ringo was the only Beatle to have a regular job before fame arrived
    16. John Lennon is/was the oldest Beatle
    17. Eric Morecambe’s real name is Eric Bartholomew
    18. Michael Jackson spoke before the Oxford Union (UK)
    19. John Wayne was dared to attend and speak to the left wing Harvard Union and did
    20. Tom Bolt (high end watch dealer etc) is the son of Sarah Miles
    21. Frank Sinatra was always a die-hard Republican
    22. John Russell (Lawman etc) was awarded a Battlefield Commission
    23. Charlton Heston was active in the 60s civil rights movement
    24. Steve McQueen refused to take part

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