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Billy Wilder, one of American cinema’s premiere writer-directors, has always maintained that movies are “authored,” and has always felt that much of a film’s direction ideally should take place in the writing. Like many of the medium’s great filmmakers, Wilder began his career as a writer, yet he is unique in the extent of his involvement in the development of the material he has directed. Indeed, he has cowritten all twenty-four of his films.

Wilder began his American career at a moment when studios had begun to let some screenwriters direct their own scripts—or, as one film executive said, let the lunatics take over the asylum—a phenomenon that sparked the careers of a number of remarkable writer-directors (Preston Sturges, John Huston, Joseph Mankiewicz). At the time, Ernst Lubitsch, an émigré from the earlier, silent, period, was head of production at Paramount, where Wilder first flourished, the only time a filmmaker has been in charge of a major studio.

As a contract writer at Paramount, Wilder cowrote a number of films with Charles Brackett, among them  Ball of Fire , directed by Howard Hawks,  Bluebeard’s Eighth Wife  and  Ninotchka , both directed by Lubitsch. Although he credits the experience of working with Lubitsch for teaching him much of what he knew about film, Wilder grew increasingly exasperated by the misinterpretation of his work by lesser filmmakers. He resolved to become a director himself.

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Wilder Graves Penfield OM CC CMG FRS [1] (January 26, 1891 – April 5, 1976) was a Canadian-American neurosurgeon . [2] He expanded brain surgery 's methods and techniques, including mapping the functions of various regions of the brain such as the cortical homunculus . His scientific contributions on neural stimulation expand across a variety of topics including hallucinations , illusions , and déjà vu . Penfield devoted much of his thinking to mental processes , including contemplation of whether there was any scientific basis for the existence of the human soul. [2]

After taking a surgical apprenticeship under Harvey Cushing , he obtained a position at the Neurological Institute of New York , where he carried out his first solo operations to treat epilepsy . While in New York, he met David Rockefeller , who wished to endow an institute where Penfield could further study the surgical treatment of epilepsy. Academic politics amongst the New York neurologists, however, prevented its establishment in New York, so, in 1928, Penfield accepted an invitation from Sir Vincent Meredith to move to Montreal, Quebec . There, Penfield taught at McGill University and the Royal Victoria Hospital , becoming the city's first neurosurgeon.

In 1934, Penfield, along with Dr. William Cone, founded and became the first director of the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital [4] at McGill University, established with the Rockefeller funding. That year, he also became a Canadian citizen (a British subject within what was then the British Empire ). [4]

On Saturday, March 3, at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, Deontay Wilder, one of the worst heavyweight champions in boxing history, will successfully defend his WBC title by first-, second-, or third-round knockout of Cuba’s Luis Ortiz, the best and most dangerous heavyweight fighter today. The win will set up a title unification bout later this year against WBA Super World and IBF title holder , England’s Anthony Joshua, who will hold up his part of the deal by taking the WBO belt from its current title holder Joseph Parker at the end of this month.

Wilder’s reward for his win will be the right to be ritually sacrificed in front of nearly 100,000 screaming zealots in the highest-grossing heavyweight title fight ever. He will earn upward of 20 million dollars for his involvement, which should take up under 10 minutes of his time, one-minute rest breaks included.

Sometime last summer, Deontay Wilder and Luis Ortiz signed for a fight scheduled for November. For anyone who understands the business of boxing, it was evident that the fight would not take place, and that everyone involved, other than Wilder himself, knew it.

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Billy Wilder, one of American cinema’s premiere writer-directors, has always maintained that movies are “authored,” and has always felt that much of a film’s direction ideally should take place in the writing. Like many of the medium’s great filmmakers, Wilder began his career as a writer, yet he is unique in the extent of his involvement in the development of the material he has directed. Indeed, he has cowritten all twenty-four of his films.

Wilder began his American career at a moment when studios had begun to let some screenwriters direct their own scripts—or, as one film executive said, let the lunatics take over the asylum—a phenomenon that sparked the careers of a number of remarkable writer-directors (Preston Sturges, John Huston, Joseph Mankiewicz). At the time, Ernst Lubitsch, an émigré from the earlier, silent, period, was head of production at Paramount, where Wilder first flourished, the only time a filmmaker has been in charge of a major studio.

As a contract writer at Paramount, Wilder cowrote a number of films with Charles Brackett, among them  Ball of Fire , directed by Howard Hawks,  Bluebeard’s Eighth Wife  and  Ninotchka , both directed by Lubitsch. Although he credits the experience of working with Lubitsch for teaching him much of what he knew about film, Wilder grew increasingly exasperated by the misinterpretation of his work by lesser filmmakers. He resolved to become a director himself.

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Wilder Graves Penfield OM CC CMG FRS [1] (January 26, 1891 – April 5, 1976) was a Canadian-American neurosurgeon . [2] He expanded brain surgery 's methods and techniques, including mapping the functions of various regions of the brain such as the cortical homunculus . His scientific contributions on neural stimulation expand across a variety of topics including hallucinations , illusions , and déjà vu . Penfield devoted much of his thinking to mental processes , including contemplation of whether there was any scientific basis for the existence of the human soul. [2]

After taking a surgical apprenticeship under Harvey Cushing , he obtained a position at the Neurological Institute of New York , where he carried out his first solo operations to treat epilepsy . While in New York, he met David Rockefeller , who wished to endow an institute where Penfield could further study the surgical treatment of epilepsy. Academic politics amongst the New York neurologists, however, prevented its establishment in New York, so, in 1928, Penfield accepted an invitation from Sir Vincent Meredith to move to Montreal, Quebec . There, Penfield taught at McGill University and the Royal Victoria Hospital , becoming the city's first neurosurgeon.

In 1934, Penfield, along with Dr. William Cone, founded and became the first director of the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital [4] at McGill University, established with the Rockefeller funding. That year, he also became a Canadian citizen (a British subject within what was then the British Empire ). [4]

Part One: Making Periods ... Getting Your Hands Dirty + Pursuing What You Love Despite The Obstacles With Celestine Maddy Of …

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Billy Wilder, one of American cinema’s premiere writer-directors, has always maintained that movies are “authored,” and has always felt that much of a film’s direction ideally should take place in the writing. Like many of the medium’s great filmmakers, Wilder began his career as a writer, yet he is unique in the extent of his involvement in the development of the material he has directed. Indeed, he has cowritten all twenty-four of his films.

Wilder began his American career at a moment when studios had begun to let some screenwriters direct their own scripts—or, as one film executive said, let the lunatics take over the asylum—a phenomenon that sparked the careers of a number of remarkable writer-directors (Preston Sturges, John Huston, Joseph Mankiewicz). At the time, Ernst Lubitsch, an émigré from the earlier, silent, period, was head of production at Paramount, where Wilder first flourished, the only time a filmmaker has been in charge of a major studio.

As a contract writer at Paramount, Wilder cowrote a number of films with Charles Brackett, among them  Ball of Fire , directed by Howard Hawks,  Bluebeard’s Eighth Wife  and  Ninotchka , both directed by Lubitsch. Although he credits the experience of working with Lubitsch for teaching him much of what he knew about film, Wilder grew increasingly exasperated by the misinterpretation of his work by lesser filmmakers. He resolved to become a director himself.

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Part One: Making Periods ... Getting Your Hands Dirty + Pursuing What You Love Despite The Obstacles With Celestine Maddy Of …

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Billy Wilder, one of American cinema’s premiere writer-directors, has always maintained that movies are “authored,” and has always felt that much of a film’s direction ideally should take place in the writing. Like many of the medium’s great filmmakers, Wilder began his career as a writer, yet he is unique in the extent of his involvement in the development of the material he has directed. Indeed, he has cowritten all twenty-four of his films.

Wilder began his American career at a moment when studios had begun to let some screenwriters direct their own scripts—or, as one film executive said, let the lunatics take over the asylum—a phenomenon that sparked the careers of a number of remarkable writer-directors (Preston Sturges, John Huston, Joseph Mankiewicz). At the time, Ernst Lubitsch, an émigré from the earlier, silent, period, was head of production at Paramount, where Wilder first flourished, the only time a filmmaker has been in charge of a major studio.

As a contract writer at Paramount, Wilder cowrote a number of films with Charles Brackett, among them  Ball of Fire , directed by Howard Hawks,  Bluebeard’s Eighth Wife  and  Ninotchka , both directed by Lubitsch. Although he credits the experience of working with Lubitsch for teaching him much of what he knew about film, Wilder grew increasingly exasperated by the misinterpretation of his work by lesser filmmakers. He resolved to become a director himself.

Part One: Making Periods ... Getting Your Hands Dirty + Pursuing What You Love Despite The Obstacles With Celestine Maddy Of …

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