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- "The Human Factor" a.k.a. "Invictus": From director Clint Eastwood, “Invictus” tells the inspiring true story of how Nelson Mandela joined forces with the captain of South Africa’s rugby team, Francois Pienaar, to help unite their country.
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- "The Human Factor" is a 1979 British thriller film starring Richard Attenborough, Nicol Williamson, Derek Jacobi and John Gielgud. It is based on the 1978 novel of the same name by Graham Greene, with the screenplay written by Tom Stoppard. It examined British espionage, and the West's relationship with apartheid South Africa.
- also known as Der menschliche Faktor
- country: United Kingdom
- language: English Language
- director: Otto Preminger
- producer: Otto Preminger
- executive producer: Paul Crosfield
- art direction by Kenneth Ryan
- written by Tom Stoppard
- based on a story by Graham Greene
- Richard Attenborough as Col. John Daintry
- John Gielgud as Brig. Tomlinson
- Derek Jacobi as Arthur Davis
- Nicol Williamson as Maurice Castle
- Iman Abdulmajid as Sarah
- Fiona Fullerton as Elizabeth
- Joop Doderer as Cornelius Muller
- Robert Morley as Doctor Percival
- Ann Todd as Castle's Mother
- Richard Vernon as Sir John Hargreaves
- Keith Marsh as Porter
- Anthony Woodruff as Doctor Barker
- Gary Forbes as Sam
- Angela Thorne as Lady Mary Hargreaves
- Tony Haygarth as Buffy
- casting by Rose Tobias Shaw
- cinematography by Mike Molloy
- edited by Richard Trevor
- music by Richard Logan, Gary Logan
- costume design by Hope Bryce
- genres: Thriller, Drama
- released in (36 years ago)
- "The Human Factor" is a crime fiction film directed by Bruno Oliviero.
- also known as La Variabile Umana
- country: Italy
- language: Italian Language
- producers: Lionello Cerri & Gabriella Manfrè
- production design by Luigi Maresca & Silvia Nebiolo
- written by Valentina Cicogna, Doriana Leondeff, Bruno Oliviero
- based on a story by Valentina Cicogna
- Silvio Orlando as Adriano Monaco
- Giuseppe Battiston as Carlo Levi
- Sandra Ceccarelli as Signora Ullrich
- Alice Raffaelli as Linda Monaco
- Renato Sarti as Dirigente questura
- Arianna Scommegna as Ruth Levi
- Giorgia Senesi as Cristina
- Dafne Masini as Olivia
- Davide Tinelli as Buttafuori
- Mao Wen as Cinese indagato
- Caterina Luciani as Caterina
- Luca Cerri as Ragazzo in motorino
- Silvano Piccardi as Prefetto
- Paolo Grossi as Ragazzo al posto di blocco
- Gabriele Dino Albanese as Ragazzo al posto di blocco #2
- Francesco Palamini as Signor Ullrich
- Roberta Paparella as Giornalista
- casting by Cristina Proserpio
- cinematography by Renaud Personnaz
- edited by Carlotta Cristiani
- music by Michael Stevens
- costume design by Silvia Nebiolo
- genre: Crime Fiction
- released on
- "The Human Factor" a.k.a. "The 'Human' Factor": The 'Human' Factor is a 1975 film directed by Edward Dmytryk and starring George Kennedy and John Mills. It was Dmytryk's final film.
- The Human Factor was a very short-lived 1992 medical drama that featured Eriq La Salle and John Mahoney before they went on to star in ER and Frasier respectively. The executive producer was Dick Wolf, who had created Law & Order only two seasons earlier.
- "The Human Factor" is a 2012 drama, documentary, short, family film written and directed by Thibault Le texier.
- "The Human Factor" is an espionage novel by Graham Greene, first published in 1978 and adapted into a 1979 film, directed by Otto Preminger using a screenplay by Tom Stoppard.
- also known as "The Human Factor (BBC Radio Collection)", "The Human Factor (Everyman's Library Classics)", "The Human Factor (The Collected Edition)", facteur humain, fattore umano, fator humano = The human factor, mänskliga faktorn, Človeški faktor = The human factor
- language: English Language
- genres: Thriller, Spy fiction, Fiction, Suspense
- subjects: Literature, Classics
- copyright: 1986
- released in (37 years ago)
- "The Human Factor" is a book by Doug Murray.
- "The human factor" is a book by John A. S. Pitts.
- also known as "The human factor: biomedicine in the manned space program to 1980"
"The Human Factor" is the fourth album by Metal Church, released in 1991. It was the band's only release on Epic Records.
- The Human Factor is a Big Finish Productions audio drama based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who.
- The Human Factor is a single by Music for Pleasure and was released in 1980.
- The Human Factor is an exhibition.
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by Alan Burton
The Human Factor is unusual for presenting a traitor as the sympathetic character and demonizing the SIS, and it is intriguing for the way it blends experience with fiction. In a brief prologue, Greene disavows any possibility of meaningful ...
Definition of Terms and Concepts by Clifton A. Ericson, II
To implement complete system safety requires more than just evaluating the system hardware and software; the human factor element is also ...
by Vincent Terrace
Alec McMurty is a physician at an “inner city hospital” who also teaches a course called “The Human Factor.” Alec has constructed the course to make hopeful doctors more humane. Alec, himself, is married (to Joan) but rather unorthodox ...
by Waldemar Karwowski
INTRODUCTION In Enhancing Industrial Performance: Experiences oj Integrating the Human Factor (Kragt 1995) the realities you can capture by reading the book are: • Ergonomics/Human Factors should be involved right from the beginning ...
by W. Davis Folsom, Rick Boulware
“The Human Factor,” University of Edinburgh website. Available on-line. URL: http://www.see.ed.ac.uk/~gerald/ Management/ art6.html; Herzberg, Frederick. On Management. New York: Harper & Row, 1975; ...
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