《汤姆·汉克斯在耶鲁大学第310届毕业典礼演讲》(Yale to Celebrate 310th Commencement : Tom Hanks to Speak at Class Day) 更新完毕/共3部分[MOV]
2011年5月23日, 耶鲁大学举行第310届毕业典礼. 汤姆·汉克斯(Tom Hanks)当天受邀发表了一段演讲, 约22分钟. iTunes提供的 “Yale Graduation and Commencement”共有3个视频,包括耶鲁大学校长Richard Levin的一段讲话及学位授予仪式,我会一起更新上来.
校训 Lux et veritas（光明与真知）
耶鲁大学（Yale University，旧译“耶劳大书院”）是一所坐落于美国康乃狄格州纽黑文市的私立大学，始创于1701年，初名“大学学院”（Collegiate School）。耶鲁大学是美国历史上建立的第三所大学，今为常青藤联盟的成员之一。
在2007英国泰晤士专上教育增刊（Times Higher Education Supplement）的世界大学排名，耶鲁大学在总平均排名与剑桥、牛津大学并列世界第二。耶鲁大学在美国普林斯顿评论（Princeton Review）2006年全美最难进的大学里排第二。
Join us May 22nd at 2pm to see Yale's Class Day speaker, Tom Hanks, address the Yale Class of 2011.
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New Haven, Conn. — The University's 310th Commencement will take place on May 23. Tom Hanks will be the featured speaker at the 2011 Yale College Class Day event on May 22.
All members of the media must display Yale press credentials during Commencement and Class Day. Credentials are required for access to the media platform on Old Campus. Requests should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Reserved credentials must be picked up from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Tuesday, May 17 - Friday, May 20 at the Office of Public Affairs and Communications (OPAC), 2 Whitney Grove Square, Suite 330, corner of Whitney and Grove Streets.
Tom Hanks holds the distinction of being the first actor in 50 years to be awarded back-to-back Best Actor Academy Awards ®: in 1993 as the AIDS-stricken lawyer in Philadelphia and the following year in the title role of Forrest Gump. He also won Golden Globes for both of these performances, along with his work in Big and Cast Away.
Born and raised in Oakland, CA, Hanks became interested in acting during high school. He attended Chabot College in Hayward, California, and California State University in Sacramento. At the invitation of Artistic Director Vincent Dowling he made his professional debut portraying Grumio in The Taming of the Shrew at the Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival in Cleveland, Ohio. He performed in that company for 3 seasons.
Moving to New York City in 1978, he performed with the Riverside Shakespeare Company until getting a big break when he was teamed with Peter Scolari in the ABC television comedy series Bosom Buddies. This led to starring roles in Ron Howard's Splash, Bachelor Party, Volunteers, The Money Pit and Nothing in Common. In 1988, the Los Angeles Film Critics recognized his performances in both Big and Punchline, giving Hanks their Best Actor Award.
Roles followed in films such as A League of Their Own and Sleepless in Seattle.
In 1995 Hanks voiced the character Woody in the critically acclaimed hit Toy Story, the first Disney/Pixar film to be made, as well as the first feature film in history to be made entirely with CGI. He later returned as Woody in the sequel Toy Story 2 and then, eleven years after the original, in Toy Story 3, which is currently the highest grossing animated feature film of all time, bringing in over a billion dollars worldwide. Toy Story 3 won the Academy Award and the Golden Globe for Best Animated Feature.
In 1996, Hanks made his feature film writing and directing debut with That Thing You Do! The film's title song not only reached the Top 10 in many contemporary music charts but also was nominated for an Academy Award® for Best Original Song.
After re-teaming with Ron Howard in Apollo 13, Hanks served as an executive producer, writer, director and actor for HBO's From the Earth to the Moon - an Emmy-winning 12-hour dramatic film anthology that explored the entire Apollo space program.
In 1998, Hanks starred in Steven Spielberg's war drama Saving Private Ryan for which he received his fourth Oscar® nomination. The following year he starred in The Green Mile, which was written and directed by Frank Darabont and is based on the six-part serialized novel by Stephen King.
In 2000, Hanks reunited with director Robert Zemeckis and screenwriter William Broyles Jr. in Cast Away for which he received yet another Oscar® nomination.
In 2000, he served again with Steven Spielberg, as executive producer, writer, and director for another epic HBO miniseries, Band of Brothers, based on Stephen Ambrose's book. The miniseries aired in the fall of 2001 to wide-scale critical acclaim, leading to an Emmy Award and Golden Globe for the Best Miniseries in 2002.
In 2002, Hanks starred in Road to Perdition opposite Paul Newman and Jude Law under Sam Mendes' direction. It was followed by Spielberg's stylish caper Catch Me If You Can opposite Leonardo DeCaprio, which was based on the true-life exploits of international confidence man Frank Abagnale Jr.
Hanks teamed for a third time with Spielberg in The Terminal opposite Catherine Zeta Jones and followed it with the Coen brothers' dark comedy The Ladykillers, In November 2004, Hanks starred in the film adaptation of the Caldecott Medal- winning children's book The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg, which reunited him once again with director Robert Zemeckis.
In 2006, Hanks played Robert Langdon in the film adaptation of Dan Brown's novel The Da Vinci Code, helmed by Ron Howard and also starring Audrey Tautou, Paul Bettany, Ian McKellen and Jean Reno. He later reprised his role in Angels & Demons, also directed by Howard. In 2007, Hanks starred opposite Julia Roberts and Philip Seymour Hoffman in Charlie Wilson's War, directed by Mike Nichols, which Playtone also produced.
In 2008 Hanks, with his production company Playtone, executive produced the critically acclaimed HBO mini series "John Adams" staring Paul Giamatti, Laura Linney and Tom Wilkinson. The series went on to win an Emmy for Outstanding Miniseries and a Golden Globe for Best Mini-Series. In 2010 Hanks and Playtone went on to executive produce their next collaboration with HBO, "The Pacific," which wont the Emmy for Outstanding Miniseries.
Hanks will next be seen in Larry Crowne, which he co-wrote, produced, directed and stars in opposite Julia Roberts. He is currently filming Stephen Daldry's Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close with Sandra Bullock.
In 2009 Hanks was honored by the Film Society of Lincoln Center with the Chaplin Award.
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