The special actually contains two messages by Elvis' father: one taped in a hotel room during the tour in June when Elvis was still alive, and the other taped in the back office of Graceland shortly after his death, where Vernon thanks the many people who sent letters and cards after Elvis' death. Annette Wolfe did all the interviews with fans and fanclub bosses. She shot all the backstage footage; interviews with fans and with Elvis’ entourage, including his father, Vernon. And listen, listen, listen. In 2000, Annett founds The Wolf Foundation, a non-profit organization established to protect and preserve the natural balance of the Arctic environment and its wildlife.  Wolfgang von Tripsâ devastating death in 1961 during the Italian Grand Prix at Monza, will mark a significant crossroad in her life. Perhaps that could change someday. Wolf also hosted and presented the American premier of Ingmar Bergman's drama Fanny and Alexander at the Academy of Arts and Sciences Theater in Beverly Hills. She is about to witness a ritual representing the soul of a nation. Director, producer, writer and interviewer Annett Wolf was born in Copenhagen, Denmark, daughter of the head of a family wine dynasty. Something Annett can totally relate too and they get along splendidly. Wolf was hired to cover all the behind the scenes activities and to interview Elvis’s fans. The series includes original interviews with Georges Brassens, Michel Simon, Bruno Coquatrix, Herbert Gassion, Ursula Vian, Serge Reggiani, Pierre Seghers, Jacques Brel, Barbara, Michel Piccoli, Jean-Claude Danzonne, Georges Moustaki, Gilbert Bécaud, Serge Gainsbourg, Jane Birkin, Yves Montand and Claude François. Crossfire was credited by the Los Angeles Times as being the first serious effort by the L.A. gangs to stop a war that claimed 300 young lives every year. 1-2 Annette Wolf talks about Elvis cbs tv special 1977 - YouTube Men danske Annett Wolf blev glemt i mange år – og var det indtil en januardag i Paris sidste år - politiken.dk", "Women in Film and Television -Atlantic: About the board", Annett Wolf's online film on the Danmarks Radio website, Le Monde Visuel de Marcel Marceau : screenplay entry in the Bibliothèque Nationale de France database, Annett Wolf of Denmark, Oakland Tribune - July 2, 1976, Annett Wolf's activities coverage in Variety Magazine, Marcel Marceau: Legacy In Motion, The Los Angeles Times, February 18, 1987, From the Mean Streets to the Stage, by Paul Feldman, Los Angeles Times, October 27, 1988, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Annett_Wolf&oldid=985477727, Wikipedia articles with WorldCat-VIAF identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Wise Wolf Productions: President and Founder (2012), The Wolf Foundation: President and Founder (2000), The Wise Wolf and Friends Company, Inc.: President and Founder (Nova Scotia, 2008), The Association of Danish Film Directors: Member, Women in Film and Television Atlantic: Honorary Board Member, Women in Film and Television Toronto: Honorary Member, Women in Film International (Los Angeles): Co-Founder and President, Women in Film (Los Angeles): Board member/Vice-President, The Performing Arts Committee for Scandinavia Today (Los Angeles): Chair, The University of California, Los Angeles: Lecturer, The University of Southern California (Los Angeles): Lecturer, Interview with Annett Wolf, August 1977, article from the Danish weekly "Billed-Bladet", Hanne Risgaard meetings Annett Wolf, Copenhagen, (DR Radio Broadcast, November 2006), This page was last edited on 26 October 2020, at 05:02. When WIFTI organized a tribute to Norman Jewison and Milos Forman, Wolf hosted the live conversations with the two directors. The Danish composer Ole Schmidt created an original score for orchestra and chorus in 1982, and the film premiered in 1983 at a live performance at the Wadsworth Theater of Performing Arts in Los Angeles. Driven by the childhood vision of an imperial white wolf, challenged and haunted by memories, she embarks on an epic adventure in the Arctic. The film premiered at Cinémathèque française in March 2017  and was later broadcast on TV the same year. Rotary Youth Professionals 1470 / 4 Marts 2021. In 1978 Annett resigns her position at Danish TV and relocates full time to Los Angeles. Third Time's a Charm! Travel back in time to check out the early roles of some of Hollywood's heavy hitters. Der vil blive vist klip fra produktionen, som dog indtil videre ikke har fået en officiel udgivelse, men kun blevet vist på amerikansk og også dansk TV umiddelbart efter Elvis' død.Samme aften vises filmen "This is Elvis" - en film fra 1981 som fortæller historien om Elvis. She asks that we don’t reveal his name, but he’s someone whose work is recognized and admired by cineastes. Join Facebook to connect with Annette Wolf and others you may know. Du har chancen for at opleve en unik aften med oplæg og Q&A med Annett Wolf og høre om hendes oplevelser, da hun var med på produktionen af “Elvis in Concert” i 1977, optaget i juni måned 1977 under en koncertturné, blot 6 uger før Elvis dør 16. august. The afternoon show footage is wonderful and electrifying : Here is Elvis in his prime rocking and rolling in front of 11.000 people. The crew also filmed footage of Elvis at the airport in Indianapolis, receiving a gold record from RCA Records on June 26. She wrote, produced and directed the documentary Jaws 2 – the making-of for the producers Richard D. Zanuck and David Brown. “I’d say, ‘Don’t you want to hear about Paul Newman?’ And they’d say, ‘No, thank you.