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Patrick Conrad (born 16 July 1945 in Antwerp) is a Flemish poet, screenwriter and novelist, and one of the founders of The Pink Poets. He also directed about twenty movies for cinema and television, including – selected for the Cannes Festival – Mascara with Charlotte Rampling and Michael Sarrazin. He is also working as a painter and had two retrospective exhibitions of his work: in 1975 (Museum of Fine Arts of Antwerp) and 2005 (Museum Elzenveld, Antwerp). He lives in Provence, in the south of France.
Life on stage (poems, illustrated by . onrad) 1972 - Allegria! Allegria! (short stories) 1971 - De kleine dood van Kasper Q. (novel) 1971 - 11 sad songs for Edward Kienholz (poems) 1967 - Mercantile Marine Engineering (poems) 1966 - Een pop van Patrick Conrad met Pola Negri in de rol van Eleonora (poems + an illustration by . onrad) 1965 - Rose mon Chameau (graphic poetry) 1964 - Ik lig in de Dalaï-Lama (poems) 1963 - Cezar & Jezabel (poems).
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Conrad Patrick Olson was an American politician and judge in Oregon. lawyer member politician. Conrad Patrick Olson was an American politician and judge in Oregon. Conrad Olson was born in Clay Banks, Wisconsin on September 4, 1882. In Wisconsin he was educated first at the Stevens Point Normal School, and later at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Patrick Conrad, born in 1945 in Antwerp, is a Flemish poet, screenwriter, film director, and novelist. Limousine, a previous novel, is being made into a film with Kelsey Grammar, to be released in 2012. Patrick Conrad: Patrick Conrad (Antwerp, 16 July 1945) is a Flemish poet, screenwriter and novelist, and one of the founders of The Pink Poets. He also directed about twenty movies for cinema and television, including - selected for the Cannes Festival - Mascara with Charlotte Rampling and Michael Sarazin.
Patrick Conrad’s No Sale (the words written in lipstick on a mirror by Gloria Wandrous, the Elizabeth Taylor character in Butterfield 8) is only the latest in a short list of crime fiction that draws on film noir for both plot and mood. It makes a peculiar kind of fictional sense that characters obsessed with film noir would find the worlds of the films they adore superimposed upon their personal lives.