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Tobis Film was a German film production and film distribution company. Founded in the late 1920s as a merger of several companies involved in the switch from silent to sound films the organisation emerged as a leading German studio. Some Tobis films were released in Germany by the subsidiary Europa Film.

Tobis Portuguesa was created on June 3, 1932, in order to support and foster the development of Portuguese cinema, a goal that it kept during its 75 years of activity.

Yvonne Tobis is an Israeli former Olympic swimmer. Tobis was born in Bratislava, Slovakia, and is Jewish. She attended Millfield in Street, Somerset, England, from 1963-66, and is in its Hall of Fame.

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Tobi Celeste Vail is an independent musician, music critic and feminist from Olympia, Washington. She was a central figure in the riot grrl scene—she coined the spelling of "grrl"—and she started the zine Jigsaw. A drummer, guitarist and singer, she was a founding member of the band Bikini Kill. Vail has collaborated in several other bands figuring in the Olympia music scene. Vail writes for eMusic.

Tobian is the language of Tobi, one of the Southwest Islands of Palau, and the main island of Hatohobei state. Tobian is a Micronesian language spoken by approximately 150 people.

Tobi, also known as Tybi and Tubah, is the fifth month of the ancient Egyptian and Coptic calendars. It lies between January 9 and February 7 of the Gregorian calendar. The month of Tobi is also the first month of the season of Proyet in Ancient Egypt, where the Nile floods recede and the crops start to grow throughout the land of Egypt.

Hatohobei State in Palau

Tobi Island, or Hatohobei, is the southernmost of Palau's sixteen states, consisting of Tobi Island and Helen Reef. The total land area is about 0.88 km². The population was 80 in 1962, 51 in 1995, 23 in 2000, and 40 in 2014. Tobian, English and Sonsorolese are the official languages of Hatohobei State.

<i>Summer Storm</i> (2004 film) 2004 German coming-of-age film directed by Marco Kreuzpaintner

Summer Storm is a 2004 German coming-of-age comedy-drama film directed by Marco Kreuzpaintner, starring Robert Stadlober, Kostja Ullmann, Alicja Bachleda-Curuś, and Miriam Morgenstern. The story is set to the background of a rowing regatta, which climaxes into a summer storm.

The Tri-Ergon sound-on-film system was developed from around 1919 by three German inventors, Josef Engl (1893–1942), Joseph Massolle (1889–1957), and Hans Vogt (1890–1979).

<i>Astro Boy</i> (film) 2009 animated film by David Bowers

Astro Boy is a 2009 Hong Kong–American computer-animated superhero film loosely based on the manga series of the same name by the Japanese writer and illustrator Osamu Tezuka. It was produced by Imagi Animation Studios, and directed by David Bowers, who co-wrote the screenplay with Timothy Harris. Freddie Highmore provides the voice of Astro Boy in the film alongside the voices of Nicolas Cage, Bill Nighy, Eugene Levy, Nathan Lane, Kristen Bell, Matt Lucas, Charlize Theron, and Donald Sutherland.

Sascha-Film film studio

Sascha-Film, in full Sascha-Filmindustrie AG and from 1933 Tobis-Sascha-Filmindustrie AG, was the largest Austrian film production company of the silent film and early sound film period.

Tobi is a 1978 Spanish comedy written by Horacio Varcarcel and Antonio Mercero. Directed by Antonio Mercero, it stars Lolo Garcia, Francisco Vidal, Norma Aleandro, Antonio Ferrandis and Walter Vidarte. In the film a young boy, Tobi, grows wings on his back which give him the appearance of an angel. This phenomenon draws attention to his community, which includes doctors, scientists and schoolmates. After Tobi's wings are surgically removed, they grow back.

Art Gallery of Hamilton Art museum in Hamilton, Ontario

The Art Gallery of Hamilton (AGH) is located in the heart of downtown Hamilton, Ontario on King Street West. It is one of the oldest public art galleries in Canada, seeing close to 290,000 visitors per year.

Horst Wendlandt was a German film producer. He produced 99 films between 1956 and 2002. He was born and died in Berlin, Germany.

Tobi (island) island in the Palauan state of Hatohobei

Tobi is an island in the Palauan state of Hatohobei. With a population of about 30, it holds all of the state's people, with the exception of a weather base on another island. Most of the inhabitants live on the island's west side and speak Tobian. Tobi, Helen Reef (Hotsarihie), Transit Reef (Pieraurou), and the islands in the state of Sonsorol make up The Republic of Palau's Southwest Islands. Tobi is 1.6 km long and 0.8 km wide, and has an area of about 0.85 square kilometres (0.33 sq mi).

<i>Match</i> (film) 2014 American drama film directed by Stephen Belber

Match is a 2014 American drama film written and directed by Stephen Belber, based on his 2004 play of the same name. The film stars Patrick Stewart, Carla Gugino and Matthew Lillard. The film was released on January 14, 2015, by IFC Films.

<i>Tobi!</i> television series

Tobi! is an American short-form children's television series originally airing on Treehouse TV in Canada, and Nickelodeon in Australia. The series premiered on March 7, 2010.

Oluwatobi Fabian Shobowale Akintunde "Tobi" Sho-Silva is an English professional footballer who plays for Dover Athletic as a forward.


Toby 'TobiWan' Dawson is an Australian Dota 2 eSports caster. Dawson is employed by the Electronic Sports League.

Tobi Adewole Jamaican footballer

Oluwatobiloba "Tobi" A. Adewole is an American soccer player who plays for Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC in the USL Championship.