- Performer Evening In Byzantium
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In still other places bombs were being dropped, targets chosen, hills lost and taken; there were floods and volcanic eruptions, wars and the preparation for wars, governments shaken, funerals and marches. But on the terrace for two weeks in springtime France, all the world was printed on sprocketed strips of acetate that passed through a projector at the rate of 90 feet per minute, and hope and despair and beauty and death were carried around the city in flat, round, shining tin cans.
Evening in Byzantium is a 1978 American two-part, four-hour made-for-television drama film produced by Glen A. Larson Productions and Universal Television, and directed by Jerry London, about the Cannes Film Festival being overtaken by terrorists. The film is loosely based on the novel of the same name by Irwin Shaw.
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Time: 6pm-11:30pm What: Drone flying and racing Today is the LAST day to purchase tickets. presents-flight. We hope to see you guys there.
The essential resource for entertainment professionals. Find industry contacts & talent representation. Get the latest news from leading industry trades. Title: Evening in Byzantium (TV Movie 1978). The plot premise of Evening in Byzantium really impressed me at the time as being a semi-plausible way that terrorists might be able to attack the US, and even before 9/11 I would sometimes think of it whenever the government proposed spending billions of dollars on missile defense systems that were supposed to protect us from "rogue states".
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Watch Evening in Byzantium: Evening in Byzantium from Season 1 at TVGuide. Season 1, Episode 1 Evening in Byzantium. First Aired: August 14, 1978. In Part 1 of a four-part adaptation of Irwin Shaw's bestseller, producer Jesse Craig (Glenn Ford) goes to the Cannes Film Festival to seek financing for a new movie. Gail McKinnon: Erin Gray. Murphy: Eddie Albert.