Super Fly (1972 film)

Super Fly is a 1972 American blaxploitation neo-noir crime drama film directed by Gordon Parks Jr. and starring Ron O'Neal as Youngblood Priest, an African American cocaine dealer who is trying to quit the underworld drug business. The film is well known for its soundtrack, written and produced by soul musician Curtis Mayfield. It was released on August 4, 1972.
The Return of Superfly
The Return of Superfly is a 1990 American crime drama film directed by Sig Shore. The film is a sequel to the 1973 film Super Fly T.N.T.. It stars Nathan Purdee as Youngblood Priest and Margaret Avery
The King and the People
The King and the People is a 2013 documentary film by Simon Bright, a Zimbabwean filmmaker. It follows problems of Swaziland, a landlocked country in southern Africa
Kenneth Leeuwin
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Tu mourras moins bête... (comics)
Tu mourras moins bête... is a humorous online comic strip by Marion Montaigne broadcast since 2008. The series is published as albums by Ankama Éditions from 2011 and Delcourt in 2014. In 2016, the comic strip was adapted into an animated series
Annette Fugmann-Heesing
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Women's football in Russia
Women's association football is a largely amateur sport in Russia, given the greater emphasis of the male competitions. There are 30,000 women playing football in Russia, with over 11,000 playing at an amateur level and only 200 playing professionally in
Elfriede Florin
Elfriede Florin was a German actress who was popular in the 1950s and 1960s, and is best known for featuring in the 1958 film Les Misérables
German Karate Federation
German Karate Federation (German: Deutsche Karate Verband e. V., it is the largest trade association for karate in Germany
Yakari (1983 TV series)
Yakari is a 1983 French animated television series based on the Franco-Belgian comics of the same name created by Job and Derib
Screenwriters Taxonomy
Inspired by the biological classification system of the Linnaean taxonomy, screenwriter Eric R. Williams developed the Screenwriters Taxonomy in 2017 to create a common language of creative collaboration for filmmakers. Williams’ central thesis in The