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  1. 1984 de Michael Radford, basada en la novela de igual nombre del escritor británico George Orwell. Amadeus de Milos Forman , épica sobre la vida de Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart , ganadora del premio Óscar a la mejor película.

  2. 1984 es el álbum debut del bajista inglés Hugh Hopper, cuyas canciones toman sus nombres de los ministerios que aparecen en la novela. 1984 es una canción del músico británico David Bowie para su álbum de 1974, Diamond Dogs. Escrita en 1973, estuvo inspirada por la novela de George Orwell .

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    Año 1984. Winston Smith (John Hurt) vive en Oceanía, en una zona regida por un gobierno totalitario liderado por el Gran Hermano. Smith, un trabajador del Ministerio de la Verdad, se encarga de revisar las noticias y modificarlas para que sean publicadas. Su vida transcurre como la de cualquier otro ciudadano, salvo por una vocación por la reflexió...

    La película ganó el premio a la "Mejor Película Británica del Año" en los Evening Standard British Film Awards.

    Coloquio sobre la película Emisión del 7 de marzo del 2015 del programa de Zaragoza TV En clave de cine (YouTube)

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  3. 23 de may. de 2018 · La novela "1984" habla de una sociedad en la que se adultera la historia de acuerdo a la conveniencia del partido único gobernante. Las tiranías intentan hacer imposible entender el mundo real y...

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    In a dystopian 1984, Winston Smith endures a squalid existence in the totalitarian superstate of Oceania under the constant surveillance of the Thought Police. He resides in London, the capital city of the territory of Airstrip One, formerly England, and works in a small office cubicle at the Ministry of Truth, rewriting history as dictated by the ...

    In winter 1983, the director Michael Radford asked his producer to try to obtain the rights to Orwell's novel, with low expectations that they were available. It turned out that the rights were held by Marvin Rosenblum, a Chicago lawyer who had been trying on his own to get such a film produced. Rosenblum agreed to become an executive producer, and...

    Nineteen Eighty-Four made its theatrical debut on 10 October in London and on 14 December in New York City. It was released in the United States for one week in December 1984 at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles to qualify for the 1984 Academy Awardsand grossed a house record $62,121, despite stormy weather. Vincent Canby of The New York Timessai...

    Virgin Films (formerly part of the Virgin Group), who financed the film, commissioned the British rock/pop duo Eurythmics to produce the music for the soundtrack after initially approaching David Bowie, who demanded a fee that Virgin deemed to be too high. Radford objected to Virgin's insistence on using the more pop-oriented electronic Eurythmics ...

    The film won the Best British Film of the Year award at the Evening Standard British Film Awards.It also won The Golden Tulip Award at the 1985 Istanbul International Film Festival.[citation needed]

    International Video Entertainment paid $2 million for North American home video rights, the fifth biggest deal ever at the time.Their VHS release came out in 1985. Polygram Video later released the film on VHS in the mid-1990s. In 2003, MGM Home Entertainment released the film on DVD in North America and in the UK a year later, the American DVD onl...

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    Behind the scenes of "1984" starring John Hurt and Richard Burton, ITN Source, 8 October 1984
  4. Nineteen Eighty-Four (also published as 1984) is a dystopian social science fiction novel and cautionary tale by English writer George Orwell. It was published on 8 June 1949 by Secker & Warburg as Orwell's ninth and final book completed in his lifetime.

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