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submitted by Author House on 19.10.2007

The Gift of Mystical Insight

Author: Emmanuel J. Karavousanos

When Published: 2007

Publisher: AuthorHouse

http://www.authorhouse.com/

Available: Emmanuel J Karavousanos & AuthorHouse

Description: Paperback

Published by New York Kytherian-American, Emmanuel J. Karavousanos

Tel: 718-470-0941

Email ...

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submitted by Hugh Gilchrist on 11.10.2007

Life in Australia. I ZOI EN AFSTRALIA. Η ΖΩΗ ΕΝ AΥΣTΡAΛΙA. Front Cover.

Author: Sponsored by Ioannis D. Kominos (John D. Comino) and largely written by Georgios Kentavros and the brothers Kosmas and Emmanouil Andronikos
When Published: 1916
Publisher: Australia Press
Available: Out of Print. Rare.
Description: Hard cover, 310 pages.

The history of the publication of the book.

From,

Hugh Gilchrist's Australians and Greeks. Volume II. The Middle Years
Chapter XIV

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submitted by Australian Financial Review on 21.09.2007

George Miller. Filmography.

From the May 2007, Australian Financial Review Magazine article.


Entire Australian Financial Review Magazine article

George Miller. Notable Kytherian


George Miller’s Filmography

2006
Happy Feet
producer/director/writer

1998

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submitted by Australian Financial Review on 21.09.2007

George Miller. Films $1 billion man.

by Brook Turner

The Australian Financial Review Magazine May 2007
Front cover, pp. 26-38.

Curious George


To his friends he's the innocent Mumble. To his crew he's Lovelace, the Arctic witch-doctor, while the man himself thinks he's probably closer to Mad Max. Australia's king of the screen, George Miller, has drawn on aspects of all his heroes in his journey from Chinchilla to the pinnacle of the international game.

It's ...

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submitted by Australian Financial Review on 21.09.2007

George Miller. Front Cover. Australian Financial Review Magazine. May 2007.

by Brook Turner

The Australian Financial Review Magazine May 2007
Front cover, pp. 26-38.

Curious George


To his friends he's the innocent Mumble. To his crew he's Lovelace, the Arctic witch-doctor, while the man himself thinks he's probably closer to Mad Max. Australia's king of the screen, George Miller, has drawn on aspects of all his heroes in his journey from Chinchilla to the pinnacle of the international game.

It's ...

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submitted by Kytherian Cinema Review on 18.03.2010

Angelika Pentsi. Researcher. Berlin Germany.

Angelika, in Brisbane, at the Queensland launch of www.kythera-family.net. April 15th, 2007

Angelika is a true Philokytherian.

She is currently researching her M.A. (Masters of Arts) thesis.

Her research is centred on Kytherians' involvement with www.kythera-family.net

In April, 2007, she travelled to Australia, and interviewed numerous Kytherians in both Brisbane & Sydney.

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submitted by Herald Sun, Melbourne on 28.02.2007

All-night party for Miller.

Miller George and furry friend pose with the Oscar for best animated feature film for Happy Feet

Peta Hellard

Los Angeles


Aussie director George Miller described his Oscar win as the biggest party of his life.

The Sydney film-maker, whose penguin extravaganza Happy Feet won Best Animated Feature at the Academy Awards, did not get any sleep after a night of celebrating before hitting the media circuit yesterday.
"I'm still ...

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submitted by Adelaide Advertiser on 27.02.2007

Happy Feet steps up.

George Miller at the Oscars. Oscar & Penguin in hand.

February 26, 2007


There was joy for George Miller but disappointment for fellow Aussie Cate Blanchett at today's Academy Award ceremony. And, as expected, Britain's Helen Mirren took the Best Actress Oscar.
Miller's Happy Feet won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature at today's Academy Award ceremony.

The news wasn't so good for fellow Australian ...

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submitted by Kytherian Religious Consciousness on 16.02.2007

Icon of Christ. Wall on stairway,

Greek Orthodox Monastery of Panagia Gorgoepikoos,
Cnr Cox and Rollins Rds,
Lovely Banks,
Geelong, 3221.
Victoria,

P.O. Box 219
Corio. 3214.
Victoria.
Australia.

(03) 52761221
Fax: (03) 5276 1074

The Monastery is situated approximately one hour, by car or public transport, from Melbourne, in the beautiful seaside city of Geelong.

Geelong is the gateway to one of Australia's ...

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submitted by Kytherian Cinema Review on 16.02.2007

George Miller holds the Award for Animated Feature Film for Happy Feet at BAFTA.

by, Maev Kennedy

February 13, 2007

The toe-tapping penguin film Happy Feet has picked up an award at the British version of the Oscars, but whether that has improved its chances of securing a Hollywood gold statue remains to be seen.
George Miller's film edged out Cars and Flushed Away to take the Bafta for animated feature, but the awards have only a patchy record of predicting who will pick up Academy Awards.

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submitted by SUN HERALD on 01.01.2007

Dancing penguins top box office in festive season

Top dollar....Happy Feet.

Christine Sams, Entertainment Reporter

The Sun-Herald, Sydney

December 31, 2006

HAPPY Feet is the coolest film of the holiday season, raking in more than $4.4 million in box office takings since its opening on Boxing Day.

The animated film, directed by George Miller and featuring the voices of stars including Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman (with Elijah Wood in the main role), has attracted ...

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submitted by Kytherian Cinema Review on 14.12.2006

George Miller's Happy Feet. A review. From Variety Magazine

Mumble dances up a storm in 'Happy Feet.

New U.S. Release

Happy Feet
(Animated)

By TODD MCCARTHY


http://www.variety.com/review/VE1117932092.html?categoryID=31&cs=1

A Warner Bros. release presented in association with Village Roadshow Pictures of a Kennedy Miller production in association with Animal Logic Film. Produced by Doug Mitchell, George Miller, Bill Miller. Executive producers, Zareh Nalbandian, ...

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submitted by Kytherian Cinema Review on 14.12.2006

Mad George Dons His Happy Feet

Mumbo with the five adélie penguin amigos

EXCLUSIVE George Miller/Happy Feet

Interview by Paul Fischer at the Toronto Film Festival

Paul Fischer is originally from Australia. Now he is an interviewer and film critic living in Hollywood.


http://www.filmmonthly.com/Profiles/Articles/GeorgeMiller/GeorgeMiller.html

It might be hard to believe that some 30 years after he broke cinematic ground with Mad Max, George ...

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submitted by Wikipedia Free Encyclopedia on 14.12.2006

Happy Feet. Comprehensive Overview.

Maurice, Baby Gloria and Memphis look on as Mumbo's egg hatches

Happy Feet


Happy Feet is a 2006 Australian-produced computer-animated comedy-drama film, directed by George Miller. Released in the U.S. on November 17, 2006, it was produced at Sydney-based visual effects and animation studio Animal Logic for Warner Bros and Village Roadshow Pictures. It is the first animated feature film produced by Kennedy Miller in association with Animal Logic. The film ...

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submitted by DAILY TELEGRAPH on 14.12.2006

'Irwin a class act', says (Kytherian) George Miller.

By Sarrah Le Marquand

December 12, 2006. p. 7.

Daily Telegraph, Sydney
.

The man who catapulted Mel Gibson to fame and has worked with everyone from Jack Nicholson to Robin Williams said Steve Irwin had the potential to be one of our greatest actors.

Just a month before he died, Irwin flew to Sydney to record a role in the animated penguin blockbuster Happy Feet, directed by George Miller.

The Crocodile ...

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submitted by DAILY TELEGRAPH on 14.12.2006

George Miller's movie Happy Feet raises the consciousness of Australians about the lives of penguins in Sydney.

Happy Feet in Harbour.

Daily Telegraph. Tuesday December 12th. page 11.


Between raising chicks, avoiding predators and finding food, a city penguin's lot can be hectic.

But Sydney's penguins also have their share of fun, and their leisure time is a lot like that of many Sydneysiders – sunbaking on beaches in North Harbour or body surfing waves.

Once the sun starts to set though it's back to the business of bringing ...

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submitted by Kytherian Cinema Review on 14.12.2006

International Man of Myths.

From Mad Max to Happy Feet, George Miller tells one never-ending story

By SCOTT FOUNDAS

Wednesday, November 22, 2006

LA Weekly. Film + TV


If it seems odd that the man responsible for introducing moviegoers to the postapocalyptic soldier of fortune called Mad Max should more recently have turned his attention to two films about a sheepherding pig and one about a tap-dancing emperor penguin, surely it is no more ...

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submitted by Herald Sun, Melbourne on 14.12.2006

The Happy Feet soundtrack.

From the soundtrack of Kytherian-Australian film producer and director, George Miller (Miliotis)

Happy Feet's rockin' soundtrack features some of Hollywood's biggest names, but also some of music's biggest names.

On it, you'll find ditties belted out by the likes of Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman and Robin Williams, as well as Pink, Prince and The Beach Boys.

Herald-Sun, December 10, 2006.

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 02.12.2006

Bond shaken up by.....penguins

Sydney Morning Herald.

November 20, 2006

FILM


While villains such as Goldfinger and Blofeld failed to get the better of James Bond, a group of cartoon penguins has succeeded ... in an unusually tight race at the weekend box office in North America.

The animated tale Happy Feet earned $US42.3 million ($55 million) during its first three days of release across the United States and Canada, while the latest James Bond movie Casino ...

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 02.12.2006

Mr Miller's feeling for snow.

The Sydney Morning Herald

Spectrum.

Dec 2-3, 2006.

Pp's. 1, 8, 9.

Garry Maddox

The penguin suite


When luck ran out for Mad Max (IV), George Miller created an animated bird called Mumble, and spent four years and $110 million turning him into a musical star.

Those doctor's eyes beam behind glasses. George Miller, the director of the Mad Max films and producer of Babe, is ...