He was a riverboat pilot, reporter, penniless prospector, Civil War dropout, would-be entrepreneur, loving family man, world traveler, pomposity burster and raconteur. It turns out the man who created adventures for Tom Sawyer, Huckleberry Finn and a Connecticut Yankee led a mighty adventurous life himself. "Truth is a very valuable thing," says Fredric March's Mark Twain. "I believe we should be economical with it." And that sets the tone for what follows: a lovingly crafted Hollywood-ized biopic tracing the immortal humorist's life from Hannibal boyhood to Big River exploits to global literary lion and more. Riverboat's a-comin’, hop aboard – with Tom, Huck, Jim and above all, Samuel Langhorne Clemens, the colorful gent who earned fame under the pen name of Mark Twain. This vivid biographical portrait earned three Oscar nominations.
Question Mark is a 2012 Hindi language horror film written and directed by Allyson Patel & Yash Dave and produced by Trippletake Motion Pictures. It was distributed by Percept Picture Company. The film received nine nominations and two awards at the St. Tropez International Film Festival, France. Akhlaque Khan won the best actor while Udhaya Rajni won the award for best editing. The film also received a standing ovation at the Oaxaca Film Festival in Mexico.
Explore a vast backcountry, fully customize your own mountain ranges and build your own parks in the most authentic snowboarding game ever created. With fluid, physics-driven control mechanics, procedural mountain generation and real-world competitions like Slopestyle, Halfpipe and Big Air you’ll ride your way through infinite powder and realistic runs – all the way to the top alongside professional snowboarder Mark McMorris.
Mark Twain is a documentary film on the life of Mark Twain, also known as Samuel Clemens, produced by Ken Burns in 2001 which aired on Public Broadcasting System on January 14 and 15, 2002. Burns attempted to capture both the public and private persona of Mark Twain from his birth to his death. Some artistic license was taken, resulting in some historical inaccuracies and misrepresentations. The film was narrated by Keith David and the voice of Mark Twain was provided by Kevin Conway.