Danny Strong, who has written Washington-insider stories for HBO, also took artistic license
when transforming longtime White House butler Eugene Allen into the fictionalized Cecil Gaines for "Lee Daniels' The Butler"
Cook's backyard, though painted with artistic license
. Her "dog clothes," hat, crocs, bumper, pool, and subjects are the real thing.
PONTEFRACT: 2.30 Baltimore Jack, 3.00 Kakapuka, 3.30 Thunderball, 4.00 Artistic License
, 4.30 Theola, 5.00 Alainmaar, 5.30 Captain Flasheart.
Now the corporation will no longer continue to contend that a spurious artistic license
gives broadcasters the right to swear.
As a person with several decades of NRA pistol competition experience, I know the value of safety, but we all know these pictures are posed, and a certain degree of artistic license
Of course, filmmakers aren't bound by the desideratum of realizing clinical accuracy, even if they have had experience with mentally ill persons, and I wholeheartedly defend the director's/screenwriter's/actor's prerogative of taking artistic license
. My point of view, however, is that there is plenty of dramatic potential when actors give clinically authentic portrayals, so why not do it "right"?
If not, the message was right on and totally accurate, with a bit of artistic license
An affidavit from Artistic License
of the United Kingdom claims that an executive and an attorney for Color Kinetics served a cease-and-desist order at the former's booth at a trade show, demanding that the staff take down its color-changing LED displays and stop selling the products or risk being sued.
Our anger has less to do with the movie's many inaccuracies and artistic license
than with the general public's lack of knowledge about disabilities like the one portrayed in the movie.
"Obviously there will have to be some artistic license
used when writing this story for film but already there are perfect twists in the plot beginning to unfold.
But Leyva's true love is private residences, having more of an artistic license
being able to design for the residents, who will actually live in the space he creates for them.
A DEVOTEE OF GILBERT AND SULLIVAN since co-founding the Gilbert & Sullivan Players at Oberlin College, Gayden Wren, the entertainment editor for the New York Times Syndicate, tackles the salient matters of the British duo's partnership, creative conflicts and artistic license
with precise language and pithy comments.
Recognized for using their artistic license
to drive sales, winners have been named in the dealer categories of the Newspaper Association of America's 2002 Dandy Awards for excellence in automotive newspaper advertising.
A longtime queer film festival programmer and an art-house film distributor (handling titles such as 2001 Oscar nominees Sound and Fury and The Taste of Others), Zeig is currently bringing The Girl to screens across the country via her own company, Artistic License
. The Advocate sat down with her to talk girls, guns, and genre revisionism.
In a real-life abuse of public responsibility, good taste, and artistic license
, the Brooklyn Museum of Art is presenting "Sensation," featuring a portrait of the Virgin Mary with her breast decorated by a piece of what is described delicately as elephant dung.