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Hunter Williams
Hunter Williams

Cine Un Tat Mai Are

Contemporary Francophone cinema is more accessible than ever to audiences worldwide through streaming platforms, downloading, and DVDs. Simultaneously, it continues to hold its status as a cinema of the avant-garde, the forerunner or trendsetter in that art.

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Francophone documentary cinema keeps evolving through films such as the blockbuster La Marche de l'empereur/March of the Penguins (2005, dir. Luc Jacquet) or Agnès Varda and JR's Visages Villages/Faces Places (2017), a documentary stroll through present-day rural France.

Finally, the tradition of cinéma engagé/activist cinema (as seen in poetic realism, Beur film, and much Francophone African film) continues in features such as Welcome (2009, dir. Philippe Lioret), the story of an undocumented Kurdish Iraqi refugee training to swim the English Channel from France; Timbuktu (2014, dir. Abderrahmane Sissako), about Jihadists taking over a village in Mali; Deephan (2015, dir. Jacques Audiard), an examination of three Tamil refugees' bleak new lives in Paris; and the acclaimed I Am Not Your Negro, Haitian director Raoul Peck's 2017 film completion of James Baldwin's book of the same name.

Sudbury Indie Cinema is a not-for-profit co-op. Since 2015, we have been bringing the best in independent cinema to Northern Ontario on a year-round basis. We are mission-driven, rather than profit-driven. We select high-caliber, laudable films that give voice to lesser-heard perspectives on the big screen. We actively support other arts organizations, grassroots not-for-profits and local homegrown filmmakers. Originally, back in summer 2013, we formed as a community response to the growing monopoly of Hollywood blockbusters on a shrinking number of large screens. We have since repurposed part of a closed school into a single screen, state-of-the-art, 180-seat digital cinema. We opened at 162 Mackenzie Feb. 28th, 2019. Access us from the side door at the north side of the building: free parking in the laneway.

While the Ontario government has restricted our capacity to 50%, we are voluntarily capping film audiences to 25% of our capacity as an extra precaution. If you are a 3rd party renting the cinema, you are able to apply the 50% capacity limit.

Plexiglass barriers at the box office and concessions remain in place: our staff are all double vaccinated, and while they move around the cinema during a screening they will also be masked, when there is a language barrier or hearing issue IDed at the box office or concessions, they may remove their mask temporarily to the benefit of communication with a patron.

Medical & Medical Attendant Visa: After satisfying themselves, Indian Missions/Posts abroad may issue Medical Visa (MED) valid for one year or the period of treatment, whichever is less, to foreign nationals visiting India for medical treatment in reputed/recognized specialized hospitals/treatment centres in India. Visa is permissible for treatment under Indian system of Medicine also. Attendants/family members of patients coming to India for medical treatment shall be granted Medical Attendant visa (MEDX) co-terminus with the Medical visa of the patient. Attendants should be spouse/children or those having blood relations with the patient. Not more than two attendants are allowed.

Finally, drip pricing has been shown to reduce perceptions of fairness, particularly when the surcharge cost is high or when there are multiple surcharges (Carlson and Weathers, 2008; Xia and Monroe, 2004). When consumers feel deceived by businesses, the effect of drip pricing may diminish or even reverse (Greenleaf et al., 2016). A large-scale online field experiment with a German cinema found that, when the surcharge was hidden, consumers initiated a purchase process more often, but also dropped out more often when the surcharge was revealed at checkout (Dertwinkel-Kalt et al., 2019). Overall, the dropout rate cancelled out the gains from higher initial demand, making drip pricing a less profitable strategy in this context.

All image acquisition reflected standard international recommendations [11] and conventional CMR cine images were acquired of two-chamber (2C), four-chamber (4C) views and a stack of short axis (SAx) slices.

Since the basal extent of the myocardium is difficult to determine from SAx images alone, we used the 2Ch and 4Ch images to define the mitral annulus, below which any volume was discarded [23]. A plane was fitted to the mitral annulus by a least-squares fit to two points on each of the 2Ch and 4Ch at the intersection of the mitral annulus and myocardium. The geometric transformation needed to map each image slice into a common 3-dimensional space can be calculated from information in the digital imaging and communications in medicine (DICOM) header and the volume formed by stacking the SAx contours can be trimmed by the mitral valve plane, discarding any volume below it (Fig. 1). While the point coordinates could be predicted directly by adding an additional fully connected layer to our CNN, we achieved more robust results using a U-net to predict a Gaussian weighted distance map, where each pixel represents the distance to the point as illustrated in Fig. 4 [24]. 041b061a72


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