Lead star

A lead star is a low-metallicity star with an overabundance of lead and bismuth as compared to other products of the S-process.[1]

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  1. ^ Van Eck, S.; Goriely, S.; Jorissen, A.; Plez, B. (2003). "More lead stars". Astronomy and Astrophysics. 404: 291–299. arXiv:astro-ph/0302075. Bibcode:2003A&A...404..291V. doi:10.1051/0004-6361:20030447.
1959 FAMAS Awards

The 7th Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences Awards Night was held on March 7, 1959, for the Outstanding Achievements for the year 1958.

Hanggang sa Dulo ng Daigdig under the Pacific Movie Productions won the most coveted FAMAS Award for Best Picture award. It also won the best director award, best screenplay, best editing, best cinematography and the best actor award for its lead star Pancho Magalona. On the other hand, Talipandas has the most nominations with 12, winning only 1 for its lead star, screen legend Rita Gomez.

1967 FAMAS Awards

The 15th Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences Awards Night was held 1n 1967 for the Outstanding Achievements for the year 1966.

Among the many films that was nominated that year, only two films went home victorious after winning almost all of the awards. Ito ang Pilipino of Emar Pictures won 5 FAMAS Awards including the FAMAS Award for Best Picture and Best Actor for Joseph Estrada. The Passionate Strangers on the other hand, won most of the technical Awards including the best director for Eddie Romero. Apart from these two films, Ibulong Mo sa Hangin was the only film to win a FAMAS for its lead star Amalia Fuentes.

1988 Metro Manila Film Festival

The 14th Metro Manila Film Festival was held in 1988.

An unheralded and obscure movie, Patrolman was named the Best Picture in the 1988 Metro Manila Film Festival. The lead star, once unknown stuntman-actor Baldo Marro won the Best Actor award for his role as a dedicated policeman edging out the favored Christopher de Leon. Amy Austria won the Best Actress award for her convincing performance of a woman who led a life of crime in Bubbles: Ativan Gang. Other awardees include Best Director for Laurice Guillen, Best Supporting Actor for Dick Israel and Best Supporting Actress for Jacklyn Jose among others.

FPJ Productions' Agila ng Maynila was the festival's top grosser. Only six entries participated in the 10-day film festival.

2013 FAMAS Awards

The 61st Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences Awards Night was held at the AFP Theater in Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City on April 21, 2013. El Presidente (English: The President; Filipino: Ang Pangulo), a 2012 biopic film based on the life of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, the first president of the Philippine Republic is this edition's recipient of the Best Picture Award while its lead star, Jeorge Estregan, got the award for Best Actor. Angel Locsin, the female lead for the film One More Try, won as this year's Best Actress.

68th Primetime Emmy Awards

The 68th Primetime Emmy Awards honored the best in U.S. prime time television programming from June 1, 2015 until May 31, 2016, as chosen by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. The ceremony was held on Sunday, September 18, 2016 at the Microsoft Theater in Downtown Los Angeles, California, and was broadcast in the U.S. by ABC. The ceremony was hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. It was preceded by the 68th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards, which took place over two nights, September 10 and 11, at the Microsoft Theater.The nominations were announced by Anthony Anderson and Lauren Graham on July 14, 2016. The crime anthology limited series The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story was the most nominated program at the ceremony with 13, and 22 overall, although Game of Thrones received the most overall nominations that year with 23 as the most nominated drama series.With five awards, The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story won the most awards of the night, while the fantasy drama series Game of Thrones won three, including Outstanding Drama Series and surpassed Frasier (37) as the fictional television program with the most Primetime Emmy Awards with 38 wins in six seasons. Game of Thrones' win was the second time a sixth season won for Outstanding Drama Series after The Sopranos' win in 2007.

Additionally, the political satire series Veep won Outstanding Comedy Series for the second time in a row, while its producer and lead star Julia Louis-Dreyfus established a new record of wins for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series; it was her fifth consecutive win for the series and sixth overall in the category.For the first time, none of the nominees for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series were from the four major American broadcasting TV networks. In addition, Ben Mendelsohn became the first actor to win Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for a series from a streaming service network; he won for Bloodline from Netflix.

And the Children Shall Lead

"And the Children Shall Lead" is the fourth episode of the third season of the American science fiction television series Star Trek. Written by Edward J. Lakso and directed by Marvin Chomsky, it was first broadcast on October 11, 1968.

In the episode, the crew of the Enterprise find children with great powers at their disposal.

Coney Reyes on Camera

Coney Reyes on Camera was a weekly drama anthology that aired from 1984 to 1998 in 2 networks (ABS-CBN and RPN) and became the longest running drama anthology in Philippine TV history until ABS-CBN's Maalaala Mo Kaya broke the record in 2006. Coney Reyes was the host, lead star, actress and producer.

Dance Raja Dance

Dance Raja Dance (Kannada: ಡಾನ್ಸ್ ರಾಜ ಡಾನ್ಸ್) is a 1987 Kannada dance film, directed and produced by Dwarakish for his Dwarakish Chitra banner. The film starred newcomers Vinod Raj, Divya and Sangeetha in the lead roles.

The film released to positive response by critics and audience and the lead star Vinod Raj was lauded for his dancing skills. For this movie, the climax was shot by Helicopter, apart from that they used 5 cameras to shoot this climax scene. Actually it was Dwarakish's Dream to shoot Mysore from an aerial angle. He dropped that idea due to a financial crisis. But Then Chief minister Mr. Ramakrishna Hegde came to know of this dream and he helped Dwarakish to do so. He called his minister Siddaramayya (Ex chief minister) to go to Mysore with a helicopter. He went with the helicopter and told Dwarakish to utilize the helicopter.

The song "Dance Dance Raja Dance" from this film was included in the widely popular video game Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories along with few other Indian songs in a radio channel Radio Del Mundo.

Thy Windsor Court

Glory to the Filmmaker!

Glory to the Filmmaker! (監督·ばんざい!, Kantoku · Banzai!) is a 2007 Japanese film written, directed, edited by the film's lead star Takeshi Kitano. It is the second film in Kitano's surrealist autobiographical trilogy, following Takeshis', and concluding with Achilles and the Tortoise.

Harshad Arora

Harshad Arora (born 3 September 1987) is an Indian model and television actor. He made his television debut in 2013 with an episodic appearance in Star Plus' thriller Arjun. He then portrayed a Muslim in Colors TV's romantic drama Beintehaa, which proved to be his breakthrough. In 2015, he participated in the sixth season of Colors TV's reality stunt-based series Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi. The following year, he played a IAS officer in Star Plus's romance Dahleez. The same year, he joined the cast of the new season of Life OK's supernatural show SuperCops vs Supervillains titled Khoonkhar. In 2018, he appeared as a powerful and evil prince in Star Bharat's show Mayavi Maling.


Jayaram Subramaniam (born 10 December 1965), known mononymously as Jayaram, is an Indian film actor who predominantly appears in Malayalam . He is also a chenda percussionist and mimicry artist. He has acted in over 200 films.Jayaram was a popular mimicry artist at Kalabhavan during the 1980s. He made his acting debut in Padmarajan's 1988 film Aparan. He became a popular lead star in the 1990s for his roles in family dramas and comedies. Notable films include Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal (1989), Shubhayathra (1990), Sandhesam (1991), Malootty (1992), Meleparambil Aanveedu (1993), CID Unnikrishnan B.A., B.Ed. (1994), Puthukkottayile Puthumanavalan (1995), Thooval Kottaram (1996), Krishnagudiyil Oru Pranayakalathu (1997), Summer in Bethlehem (1998), Veendum Chila Veettukaryangal (1999), Thenali (2000), Manassinakkare (2003) and Panchavarnathatha (2018). He has won two Kerala State Film Awards, three Filmfare Awards for Best Actor, and a Tamil Nadu State Film Award. In 2011, he was awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India for his contributions towards the arts.

Mario Maurer

Mario Maurer (Thai: มาริโอ้ เมาเร่อ; Thai pronunciation: [māːrīʔôː māw.rɤ̂ː]; German pronunciation: [ˈmaːʁio ˈmaʊ̯ʁɐ]) is a Thai model and actor. Born to a German father and a Thai Chinese mother. Mario Maurer’s Odyssey he started off a career as a model at age 16. He later became best known for his lead role in the 2007 film, The Love of Siam and the 2010 sleeper hit, First Love. He is also the lead star of Thailand's highest grossing film of all time, Pee Mak alongside Davika Hoorne. He is part of a group called 4+1 Channel 3 Superstar with Nadech Kugimiya, Prin Suparat, Pakorn Chatborirak and Phupoom Pongpanu.

Raikko Mateo

Raikko Rain Mateo Gongora (born July 31, 2008), better known as Raikko Mateo, is a Filipino child actor who gained popularity as the lead star of the fantasy-drama Honesto.

Taiyō ni Hoero!

Taiyō ni Hoero! (太陽にほえろ!) literally, Bark at the Sun was a long-running prime-time television detective series in Japan, which ran from 1972 to 1986 for a total of 718 episodes. The lead star was Yujiro Ishihara. It also helped further the career of actors such as Yūsaku Matsuda and Kenichi Hagiwara as well as Hiroshi Katsuno and Masaya Oki. It was a police procedural set mostly in a police station. It was one of the most popular and iconic detective dramas in Japanese television history. A sequel was aired from 1986 - 1987, airing for 12 episodes.

The Bozo Super Sunday Show

The Bozo Super Sunday Show is the final version of WGN-TV's 40+ year-old Bozo series, which aired on Sunday mornings for seven seasons. It was taped in Chicago. The lead star of the show was Bozo the Clown, played by Joey D'Auria. The last episode was taped on October 25, 2000 and featured a cameo appearance by Roy Brown as Cooky the Cook, Bozo's sidekick on WGN's previous Bozo series, Bozo's Circus and The Bozo Show.

In 1997, the show was retooled in an effort to make the show qualify for educational requirements.

The final Bozo television taping was the Bozo: 40 Years of Fun! special on June 12, 2001. It aired on July 14, 2001, featuring a guest appearance by singer Billy Corgan, a loyal fan of WGN's Bozo series, who performed Bob Dylan's "Forever Young."

The final rerun of The Bozo Super Sunday Show was broadcast August 26, 2001. Counting both of its predecessors, the Chicago Bozo was the longest-running television adaptation of the Bozo franchise, which was seen in numerous local versions throughout North America. The vast majority of Bozo stations had discontinued their Bozo franchises in the early 1970s, with the exception of a few stations that had revivals in the late 1980s.

WGN-TV's Bozo returned to the airwaves on a two-hour retrospective titled Bozo, Gar and Ray: WGN TV Classics on December 24, 2005. The primetime premiere was #1 in the Chicago market and is rebroadcast annually during the holiday season.

The Role You Were Born to Play

"The Role You Were Born to Play" is the fifth episode of the fourth season of the American musical television series Glee, and the seventy-first episode overall. It was written by Michael Hitchcock and directed by Brad Falchuk, and aired on Fox in the United States on November 8, 2012. The episode features the return of Mercedes (Amber Riley) and Mike (Harry Shum, Jr.), and the introduction of The Glee Project second-season winner Blake Jenner as McKinley student Ryder Lynn. This is the first episode of the show where lead star Lea Michele did not appear as Rachel Berry since her introduction in the show's pilot episode.

Tikoy Aguiluz

Amable "Tikoy" Aguiluz is an award-winning Filipino film director, film producer, screenwriter and cinematographer. He also founded the Cinemanila International Film Festival in Manila in 1999.

Aguiluz is one of the leading figures in the alternative cinema movement in the Philippines. Educated at the University of the Philippines (Comparative Literature and Fine Arts), he is acknowledged as the co-founder in 1976 of the UP Film Center (now UP Film Institute) where he served until 1990 as its Assistant Director and spearheaded the association called Chamber Film Group. He was a recipient of a John D. Rockefeller III Grant to study filmmaking at the New York University and film archiving at the Library of Congress Film Archives in Washington, DC, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. A British Council Grant led to further film studies and training in film archiving at the British Film Institute.

He had worked in various capacities in film projects with other important Filipino directors his senior, including National Artist Lino Brocka. He first made his mark with the 15-minute documentary Mt. Banahaw, Holy Mountain. The film won Silver Trophy at the prestigious Young Filmmakers of Asia Festival in Iran.

Aguiluz plunged into the full-length feature in 1984 with the acclaimed Boatman. It was exhibited at the 1985 London Film Festival where it was cited as the outstanding film of the year. It was followed up several years later, in 1995, with his own version of the story of the ill-fated household helper Flor Contemplacion in the equally acclaimed docu-drama entitled Bagong Bayani, OCW.

In 1996, his film Segurista (Dead Sure) was picked as the official Philippine entry to the Oscars for the Best Foreign-Language Film category. It placed 12th in the list of thirty-nine titles. The same film won the Best Director award for Aguiluz at the Gawad Urian (the local film critics award), as well as the Best Picture, Best Screenplay, Best Editing, Best Production Design and Best Supporting Actor plums, this last for actor Albert Martinez. Segurista toured international film festivals in Toronto, Singapore and others.

Aguiluz's next venture, Rizal sa Dapitan (1997)—the historical film on the Philippine national hero's poignant exile—altogether swept the Manila Film Festival. It also captured the lion's share at the Philippine Movie Press Club's Star Awards and the Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences Annual Awards. The film was also shown at the First Philippine International Film Festival, at the Toronto International Film Festival, in Mar del Plata, Argentina and in Singapore. It continues its tour of world film capitals under the auspices of the Culture Committee of the UNESCO National Commission of the Philippines. When it competed at the Brussels International Film Festival (Festival International du Film Independent), it was conferred the Grand Jury Prize in addition to the best actor award for lead star Albert Martinez who played the title role.

Aguiluz has served on the jury of the film festivals in Berlin, Pusan (South Korea), Singapore, Vesoul (France), Delhi, and Kerala in India, among others. He is the chief creative force behind the highly successful Cinemanila International Film Festival, which is now on its 13th year.

In 2003, the French government awarded Aguiluz the Chevalier dans l'Ordre des Arts et Lettres prize for his contributions to Philippine cinema.

UFC 136

UFC 136: Edgar vs. Maynard III was a mixed martial arts event held by the Ultimate Fighting Championship on October 8, 2011, at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. The event coincided with a two-day UFC Fan Expo held at the George R. Brown Convention Center.

Walt Flanagan

Walter Flanagan (born October 23, 1967) is a comic book store manager, reality television personality, podcaster, and comic book artist. Flanagan is a long-time friend of Kevin Smith, and (according to Smith's book Silent Bob Speaks) it was Flanagan who turned Smith onto comic books. He currently manages Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash in Red Bank, New Jersey.

Flanagan was born in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, grew up in nearby Highlands and attended Henry Hudson Regional High School with Smith.Flanagan is co-host of the "Tell 'Em Steve-Dave!" podcast with longtime friends Bryan Johnson and Brian Quinn. Flanagan is also the lead star in AMC's Comic Book Men, which premiered in February 2012.

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