[REBROADCAST FROM 11/15/21] The new HBO documentary “A Choice of Weapons: Inspired by Gordon Parks” provides a portrait of the acclaimed photographer and his legacy, via interviews with fans including Spike Lee, Ava Duvernay, and Kareem Abdul Jabbar, and reflections from photographers whom Parks influenced. Director John Maggio and photographer Jamel Shabazz join to talk about the film. This segment was guest-hosted by Kerry Nolan.
Mentioned: – Don't Look Up movie on Netflix – https://www.netflix.com/title/81252357 – “You've gotta LOVE it. Don't let it go until you love it. Then it doesn't REALLY matter if someone doesn't like it. Because you LOVE it. When I've done this, other opinions truly haven't mattered. The time I didn't, other opinions had oversized importance. LOVE it, then let it go.” – Ava DuVernay, https://twitter.com/ava/status/1475601976029171715?s=21 – Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo – https://amzn.to/3sPs2Dq – The Story Grid by Shawn Coyne – https://amzn.to/2Yw6Elx – SMART Goals – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SMART_criteria – Atomic Habits by James Clear – https://amzn.to/3j74GTZ – Jason Stanford's Grapevine newsletter via Patreon – https://www.patreon.com/jasonsanford/posts – “How Twitter can ruin a life: Isabel Fall's sci-fi story ‘I Sexually Identify as an Attack Helicopter' drew the ire of the internet. This is what happened next” – https://www.vox.com/the-highlight/22543858/isabel-fall-attack-helicopter The My Imaginary Friends podcast is a weekly, behind the scenes look at the journey of a working author navigating traditional and self-publishing. Join fantasy and paranormal romance author L. Penelope as she shares insights on the writing life, creativity, inspiration, and this week's best thing. Subscribe and view show notes at: https://lpenelope.com/podcast | Get the Footnotes newsletter - http://lpen.co/footnotes Support the show - http://frolic.media/podcasts! Stay in touch with me! Website | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook Music credit: Say Good Night by Joakim Karud https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/SZkVShypKgM Affiliate Disclosure: I may receive compensation for links to products on this site either directly or indirectly via affiliate links. Heartspell Media, LLC is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.
The Suave team presents an episode from We Imagine...Us, a new project by Futuro Unidad Hinojosa, the newest editorial division of Futuro Media. Starring Emmy award-winning actress Karrueche Tran, We Imagine…Us: The Long Way Around is Futuro's first-ever fiction podcast series. It tells the story of a Black American father and his Black Vietnamese American daughter who set out across the United States in hope of rebuilding their lives. Offering a clear-eyed look at real-world struggles many communities in our country face today, its core message is that through solidarity we can make change. In this episode, Albert "Bumpy" Watkins, after serving three years in prison, is released into a post-Covid America, where he has to navigate his new status as a formerly incarcerated person and his new role as a single parent to teenager Mercy Watkins. Subscribe here to enjoy the full series as well as the companion series Re-Imagination Nation with Maria Hinojosa featuring interviews with John Legend, Ava DuVernay, Michelle Alexander, Heather McGhee, Linda Sarsour, Saru Jamarayan and others.
Below The Belt Show (www.belowthebeltshow.com) presents an exclusive interview actress with Isis King, series regular from the upcoming Amazon Holiday series "With Love!" Al Sotto and Anna Kuchma talk to Isis about her character Sol Perez and the parallels with her personal life as a transgendered woman. We also talk to Isis about her work on the powerful limited series on Netflix "When They See Us" working with Ava Duvernay, Niecy Nash and Jharrel Jerome. We talk about the recent controversy with Tyra Banks and the America's Next Top Model contestants pay rate, her love of the Marvel Universe as well as growing up in Maryland! How does Isis respond when we ask about the Dave Chapelle controversy with the transgender community? Find out what she says in this exclusive interview!
Below The Belt Show (www.belowthebeltshow.com) continues our Holiday/Christmas Episodes throughout December! In a pre-recorded interview Al Sotto and Anna Kuchma interview actress Isis King, series regular from the upcoming Amazon Holiday series "With Love!" We talk to Isis about her character Sol Perez and the parallels with her personal life as a transgendered woman. We also talk to Isis about her work on the powerful limited series on Netflix "When They See Us" working with Ava Duvernay, Niecy Nash and Jharrel Jerome. We talk about the recent controversy with Tyra Banks and the America's Next Top Model contestants pay rate, her love of the Marvel Universe as well as growing up in Maryland! How does Isis respond when we ask about the Dave Chapelle controversy with the transgender community? Find out what she says in this exclusive interview! BTB's host with the most Al Sotto brings to you another entertaining program! This week welcome back Mike" The General" Zad, Podcaster from "Film Rescue" and cosplayer "Hardcore Bloodshot" Jesse Fresco, Cosplayer Tiffanie Marie Ford and the "Ravishing Russian" Anna Kuchma! It's also a birthday celebration of our beloved General Zad so join in all the birthday and holiday cheer! So expect all the late-breaking news on pop culture, entertainment, and more! Listen to our gut busting humor, insightful commentary, and thought provoking opinions on the world of entertainment uncensored only on Below The Belt Show (www.belowthebeltshow.com)! Song Credits Christmas Cut - Dropkick Murphy "The Season's Upon Us"
Film Florida Podcast Episode 83- Meredith Shea from ARRAY, the Peabody Award-winning multi-platform arts and social impact collective dedicated to narrative change, founded by filmmaker Ava DuVernay, talks about all things ARRAY, including ARRAY Crew, the below-the-line hiring database for film and television professionals. Meredith is responsible for managing and fostering relations with crew members, studio partners and industry organizations for ARRAY Crew. She also talks about her time with The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and more. Audio editing by Rob Hill.
On the 139th episode of the DC Comics News Podcast, the crew discuss all the happenings in the world of DC from the weeks of 10/24 - 10/30, including the reveal that James Wan's Aquaman spinoff about the trench was actually going to be about Black Manta, the casting of Brendan Fraser as the villain in the upcoming Batgirl movie, and much more! So sit back, and enjoy! Brad Filicky: www.twitter.com/filickyb1 Kelly Gaines: www.twitter.com/KelGainesWrite Seth Singleton: www.twitter.com/1MoreSingleton Steve J Ray: www.twitter.com/el_steevo Kendra Hale: www.twitter.com/DevourAllWords Joshua Raynor: www.twitter.com/MovieBlogMerc Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or Google Play, and if you like what you hear, please give us a 5-star rating and review! Follow us on social media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/DCComicsNews Twitter: www.twitter.com/DCComicsNews Instagram: www.instagram.com/DCComicsNews Tumblr: www.tumblr.com/DCComicsNews
While the Geeks take a week to regroup and rest during this busy holiday season, we present the latest episode of Comic Timing! This episode Ian and Brent are joined by Raph Soohoo, Donovan Morgan Grant, Brandon Christopher, Kris Naudus and Jamal Igle to go over what's new in the world of comic book fandom over the past few months. This includes a deconstruction on Substack and Comixology Unlimited and what they mean to the comic book publishing industry, Raph's passionate review and thoughts on Shang-Chi and what it means to him as an American Born Chinese man, What Eternals may mean for Marvel's cinematic future, how frustrating modern press can be when it comes to spoilers, Fandome discussion including The Flash, The Batman, Young Justice and Blue Beetle, Brent hates on Ava Duvernay and also discusses Ben Reilly Spider-Man, and Once and Future, Ian explains how awesome X-Men Legends is, Jamal goes into Cliff Chang's Catwoman: Lonely City, Donovan loves Bat books, Raph adores Superman '78 and has thoughts on Clark handing his mantle over to Jonathan, Brandon praises X-Men, Kris rolls her D20 on Keith Ammann's Live to Tell the Tale, and much much more. (2:59:46)
This week we are excited to welcome Dr. Stephon Alexander to the WSH to chat about his new book, Fear of a Black Universe: An Outsider's Guide to the Future of Physics, which was published on August 31. What lurks beyond the black hole singularity in our galaxy? How did cosmic structure emerge from a chaotic and featureless early universe? Is there a hidden link between the emergence of life and the laws of physics? These questions and other major problems of theoretical physics seem beyond the reach of human knowledge. But cosmologist Stephon Alexander is not so sure. Is the science really too hard, or could it be that a lack of demographic and intellectual diversity—a literal and figurative fear of the unknown—is holding science back? As Alexander explains, greatness in physics requires transgression and a willingness to reject conventional expectations. For many years, there's been a consensus that theoretical physics has failed to break new ground in the way that led to the quantum and relativity revolutions early in the last century. Some think it's because physics has become too difficult, but Alexander argues that the real problem is that most scientists avoid delving into uncharted or forbidden territories out of the fear—often justified—of facing reputational and professional penalties. Furthermore, he explains that the physics community is woefully homogenous, and has a poor track record of welcoming people from diverse backgrounds into the field. Stephon Alexander is a professor of cosmology at Brown University, an established jazz musician and an immigrant from Trinidad who grew up in the Bronx. He is the 2020 president of the National Society of Black Physicists and leads Brown University's Presidential Scholars program, which boosts underrepresented students. In addition to his academic achievements, he was the scientific consultant to Ava DuVernay for the feature film A Wrinkle in Time. His work has been featured by The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, WIRED, and many other outlets. He has been a guest on Nova, the “Brian Lehrer Show”, and Neil deGrasse Tyson's “StarTalk,” among much else. You can learn more about Stephon by visiting his website https://stephonalexander.com/ and following him on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/drstephon.alexander/), Twitter (https://twitter.com/stephstem), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/stephonjazz/), and YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgesReiNx9TH7rQIVhTt5aw). **************************************** The Weekly Space Hangout is a production of CosmoQuest. Want to support CosmoQuest? Here are some specific ways you can help: ► Subscribe FREE to our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/cosmoquest ► Subscribe to our podcasts Astronomy Cast and Daily Space where ever you get your podcasts! ► Watch our streams over on Twitch at https://www.twitch.tv/cosmoquestx – follow and subscribe! ► Become a Patreon of CosmoQuest https://www.patreon.com/cosmoquestx ► Become a Patreon of Astronomy Cast https://www.patreon.com/astronomycast ► Buy stuff from our Redbubble https://www.redbubble.com/people/cosmoquestx ► Join our Discord server for CosmoQuest - https://discord.gg/pVGXJDUKud ► Join the Weekly Space Hangout Crew! - http://www.wshcrew.space/ Don't forget to like and subscribe! Plus we love being shared out to new people, so tweet, comment, review us... all the free things you can do to help bring science into people's lives.
Welcome to the Naomi Podcast!!! On this inaugural episode, Britney Monae & “Brother” Nate Milton are joined by Andy Behbakht from The Flash Podcast to talk about the Naomi teaser clip from DC FanDome, Ava DuVernay's involvement with the series, the impact that representation in media can have, and what other CW DC shows they'd eventually like to see Naomi crossover with. […] The post Naomi Podcast Season 0 – Episode 1: “A Whole New World” appeared first on DC TV Podcasts.
Welcome to the Naomi Podcast!!! On this inaugural episode, Britney Monae & “Brother” Nate Milton are joined by Andy Behbakht from The Flash Podcast to talk about the Naomi teaser clip from DC FanDome, Ava DuVernay's involvement with the series, the impact that representation in media can have, and what other CW DC shows they'd eventually like to see Naomi crossover with. Then the gang recaps the first 3 chapters of the Eisner Award-nominated comic by Brian Michael Bendis, David F. Walker, & Jamal Campbell. Plus Britney waxes poetic about spaghetti, and Nate is all-in on #DadBodSZN! Hear about all of that & more on the debut edition of the Naomi Podcast! Let Britney & Nate know what you thought about this episode (or your predictions for the first season of Naomi) in the comments below. You can also tweet or email us…And if you just want to send the hosts some love, we'd appreciate that too, fam! Stay Curious and Stay Safe…We Out! Find the Naomi Podcast on Social Media: Facebook (Naomi Podcast) – @NaomiPodcast – DCTV Podcasts IG Subscribe: Apple Podcasts – Stitcher Radio – YouTube – DC TV Podcasts – Google Podcasts – iHeartRadio – Spotify – Podchaser – TuneIn – Podcast Index Contact Us: TheNaomiPodcast@gmail.com Support: TeePublic Store
https://youtu.be/PRi7hrHai-A Host: Fraser Cain ( @fcain )Special Guest: This week we are excited to welcome Dr. Stephon Alexander to the WSH to chat about his new book, Fear of a Black Universe: An Outsider's Guide to the Future of Physics, which was published on August 31. What lurks beyond the black hole singularity in our galaxy? How did cosmic structure emerge from a chaotic and featureless early universe? Is there a hidden link between the emergence of life and the laws of physics? These questions and other major problems of theoretical physics seem beyond the reach of human knowledge. But cosmologist Stephon Alexander is not so sure. Is the science really too hard, or could it be that a lack of demographic and intellectual diversity—a literal and figurative fear of the unknown—is holding science back? As Alexander explains, greatness in physics requires transgression and a willingness to reject conventional expectations. For many years, there's been a consensus that theoretical physics has failed to break new ground in the way that led to the quantum and relativity revolutions early in the last century. Some think it's because physics has become too difficult, but Alexander argues that the real problem is that most scientists avoid delving into uncharted or forbidden territories out of the fear—often justified—of facing reputational and professional penalties. Furthermore, he explains that the physics community is woefully homogenous, and has a poor track record of welcoming people from diverse backgrounds into the field. Stephon Alexander is a professor of cosmology at Brown University, an established jazz musician and an immigrant from Trinidad who grew up in the Bronx. He is the 2020 president of the National Society of Black Physicists and leads Brown University's Presidential Scholars program, which boosts underrepresented students. In addition to his academic achievements, he was the scientific consultant to Ava DuVernay for the feature film A Wrinkle in Time. His work has been featured by The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, WIRED, and many other outlets. He has been a guest on Nova, the “Brian Lehrer Show”, and Neil deGrasse Tyson's “StarTalk,” among much else. You can learn more about Stephon by visiting his website https://stephonalexander.com/ and following him on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/drstephon.al...), Twitter (https://twitter.com/stephstem), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/stephonjazz/), and YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCges...). Regular Guests: Dr. Morgan Rehnberg ( http://www.morganrehnberg.com/ & @MorganRehnberg ) Dr. Nick Castle ( @PlanetaryGeoDoc ) Dr. Alex Teachey ( https://alexteachey.wordpress.com/ & @alexteachey ) This week's stories: - An ultra-hot Jupiter with a 16 hour orbital period! TOI 2109. - The launch of DART. - JWST is probably not broken… Probably. - Extracting oxygen from lunar regolith. We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs. Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too! Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations. Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.
All talks on mental health and what it does and can do to black men, and the help that we don't ask for. Also Colin Kaepernick: Black or White on Netflix.IG: Roadrunnerace_Twitter: ywsiiwpodcastListen audio on:SpotifyiTunesGoogle PlayStitcheriHeartradio
Tune in for our last recap and discussion of Queen Sugar Season 6! The episode includes answers to why was Blue away most of the season, and we finally decoded Ava Duvernay's episode titles!! Follow and Like Us on FB & IG @spoileralerttifforiki --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On this episode of Le Twins Experience, we are live on Instagram! Ava DuVernay is being acknowledged for her excellence, we're talking Insecure, the Nathan episode, Chaka versus Stephanie Mille, Adele done went and got her some sexual chocolate, Al B. Sure announces not so good news about Christopher Williams, Da Baby has taking his baby mama drama to Instagram, more bad new for Travis Scott, And Just Like That gets a release date and more!Subscribe to our newsletter to keep up with the show: http://bit.ly/3cVLN4qThis weeks song picks:Donyetta - WusYaName by Tyler the CreatorKim - Single Ladies by BeyonceFollow our playlist on Spotify which has all of our song picks!Season 2 http://spoti.fi/3qbEpoWSeason 1 http://bit.ly/LeTwinsExperienceDon't forget to subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://bit.ly/3jQBpLd. We upload the visual version of our episodes each week.Subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast app, and please leave us a rating and/or review on Apple Podcasts.Connect with us:http://instagram.com/letwinsexperiencehttp://twitter.com/letwinsexphttp://facebook.com/letwinsexperiencehttp://letwinsexperience.comKimhttp://instagram.com/str8kimhttp://twitter.com/str8kimhttp://facebook.com/str8kimhttp://str8kim.comDonyettahttp://instagram.com/dyettahttp://twitter.com/thedyettahttp://facebook.com/thedyettahttp://dyetta.com
The new HBO documentary “A Choice of Weapons: Inspired by Gordon Parks” provides a portrait of the acclaimed photographer and his legacy, via interviews with fans including Spike Lee, Ava Duvernay, and Kareem Abdul Jabbar, and reflections from photographers whom Parks influenced. Director John Maggio and photographer Jamel Shabazz join to talk the film. The documentary is available to stream on HBO starting November 15. This episode is guest-hosted by Kerry Nolan.
Chris opens up about how he gradually awakened to his deepest and truest sense of self, how he finds the spiritual in every aspect of day, and how he uses both a disciplined daily practice and consciously developed self-trust to navigate this thing we call life. He also finds time to help his old friend Janie through a tough moment. Born in Asheville, NC, Chris is an actor, filmmaker and coach currently living in LA. A near death drowning experience “woke” Chris from his productivity slumber two years into his journey in NY and he has been thriving and developing his sense of self ever since. Chris recently portrayed Paul Drake on HBO's “Perry Mason” (now filming its second season) and can currently be seen in Ava Duvernay's Netflix mini-series “Central Park Five.” Other acting credits include “Homeland,” “The Newsroom,” “Gotham,” “Complications,” “Underground,” “Detroit,” 12 Years a Slave, and Lila and Eve starring alongside Viola Davis and Jennifer Lopez. Some of Chalk's theatrical credits include Roundabout's The Overwhelming, Lincoln Center's When I Come to Die, Manhattan Theatre Club's Defiance, Lynn Nottage's Pulitzer Prize winning Ruined and the Tony Award winning revival of Fences starring alongside Viola Davis and Denzel Washington, for which he was nominated for a Drama Desk Award and received a Theatre World Award. Chris just wrapped shooting “The Shining Girls” for Apple TV. His directorial feature debut, Farewell, won best first feature in 2020's Bentonville Film Festival. Chalk is currently in development for a horror anthology called Walnut Cove and a feature film revolving around America's veterans currently titled Curtis. IG: @mynameischrischalk Twitter: @chalkchris More on SGI Buddhism: https://www.sgi-usa.org/basics-of-buddhism/ Follow us! On IG: @art.fully.grounded On FB: @art.fully.grounded On Twitter: @AFGpod Podcast's website: www.sweptbythewind.com/podcast
Nesse episódio conversamos sobre o filme Filhas do Pó (Daughters of Dust, 1991), escrito e dirigido por Julie Dash, que completa 30 anos de lançamento. Abordamos a poética muito particular da obra e as noções de localidade, ancestralidade e pertencimento que a perpassam. O programa é apresentado por Isabel Wittmann e a convidada especial Carissa Vieira, do Canal Carissa Vieira e do podcast Biscoiteras. Feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org Mais informações: https://feitoporelas.com.br/feito-por-elas-154-filhas-do-po Feedback: email@example.com Pesquisa, pauta e roteiro: Isabel Wittmann e Carissa Vieira Produção: Isabel Wittmann Edição: Domenica Mendes Arte da capa: Amanda Menezes http://www.behance.net/tupiguarana Vinheta: Felipe Ayres Locução da vinheta: Deborah Garcia (firstname.lastname@example.org) Música de encerramento: Bad Ideas - Silent Film Dark de Kevin MacLeod está licenciada sob uma licença Creative Commons Attribution (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Origem: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100489 Artista: http://incompetech.com/ Agradecimento: Carolina Ronconi, Leticia Santinon, Lorena Luz, Isadora Oliveira Prata e Tiago Maia Assine nosso Padrim http://www.padrim.com.br/feitoporelas Assine nosso Patreon http://www.patreon.com/feitoporelas Assine nosso Catarse https://www.catarse.me/feitoporelas Links patrocinados (Como associado da Amazon, recebemos por compras qualificadas): [LIVRO] Cinema Soviético de Mulheres https://amzn.to/3lnC37b [LIVRO] Mulheres Atrás das Câmeras- As cineastas brasileiras de 1930 a 2018 https://amzn.to/3AC6wnl Mencionados: [VOTAÇÃO] Troféu Alice 2021 https://forms.gle/W6qARomNNSySXbor6 [YOUTUBE] Canal Carissa Vieira https://youtube.com/c/CarissaVieira [INSTAGRAM] Carissa Vieira https://instagram.com/carissinhavieira?utm_medium=copy_link [PODCAST] Biscoiteiras https://anchor.fm/biscoiteirascast/ [ENTREVISTA] Without Living in the Folds of Our Wounds: A Conversation with Julie Dash, por Aaron E. Hunt, para Notebook-Mubi https://mubi.com/notebook/posts/without-living-in-the-folds-of-our-wounds-a-conversation-with-julie-dash [FILME] Amor Maldito (1984), dir. Adélia Sampaio [FILME] Beyoncé: Lemonade (2016), dir. Beyoncé [FILME] Pantera Negra (Black Panther, 2018), dir. Ryan Coogler] [FILME] O Caso do Homem Errado (2017), dir. Camila de Moraes [FILME] Selma: Uma Luta Pela Igualdade (Selma, 2014), dir. Ava DuVernay [FILME] Uma Dobra no Tempo (A Wrinkle in Time, 2018), dir. Ava DuVernay [SERIADO] Queen Sugar (2016-), criado por Ava DuVernay [SERIADO] Atlanta (2016 -), criado Donald Glover [LIVRO] Kindred, de Octavia Butler [VÍDEO] Lemonade: Film Allusion https://youtu.be/36-Uqk3VFkg Relacionados: [PODCAST] Feito por Elas #36 Ava DuVernay https://feitoporelas.com.br/feito-por-elas-36-ava-duvernay/ [PODCAST] Feito por Elas #13 Alice Guy https://feitoporelas.com.br/feito-por-elas-13-alice-guy/
In Ep. 481, Macio and I cover the WB platform fighter leak, the cancelling of BlizzCon 2021, Sony's latest Morbius trailer, and more! FOLLOW/SUPPORT MACIO: @macdamurderer (Macio's Twitter) As always, we appreciate your constructive Feedback, Suggestions, and Questions. You can also leave us an audio question on SpeakPipe. Thank you for the continued love and support! Enjoy the show. Daniel Podcast Awards 2019 || Games & Hobbies (Winner) Podcast Awards 2017 - 2018, 2020 - 2021 || Games & Hobbies (Nominated) Official Site SUBSCRIBE:Apple Podcasts / Spotify / Google Podcasts / Stitcher / iHeartRadio / TuneIn / Overcast FOLLOW US: - Twitter | @ReasonsImBroke and @TRIBPod - Instagram- Pinterest- Tumblr - Discord Lounge - YouTube Channel SUPPORT THE POD: Getting $1's worth of entertainment and information each month? Support us on Patreon or visit our TeePublic storefront! SPREAD THE WORD: If you're enjoying the show, please head over to iTunes and leave us a rating and a review! Each one helps new Brokettes discover the podcast. Donate to Hero Initiative to help comic creators in need. CREDITS: Opening/Closing Jingles - Alex Scott Show Logo By - Jeff Quigley
A self-described "comedy rapper, Instagram actor, retired athlete, and physically intimidating podcaster" Tony Anderson is anything but ordinary. He's a 240 pound mass of muscle who works in finance for a global organization, hosts a widely popular podcast show "Oooh They Funny," gets Tweet likes from Ava Duvernay, and speaks his mind as if America truly has freedom of speech. Oh, and yes, he's my son. Never, since he moved out, have we had a convo this long and this frank. I finally got to ask all my questions and hear his unrushed, unvarnished answers. In this episode, we discuss... Racism in athletics Colin Kaepernick style Growing up with a famous father Raising Black-ish kids with a sense of cultural identity Chris Rock's advice on raising daughters How to tell your kids are lying How to build a syndicated podcast from scratch... And more! Subscribe to on Spreaker or wherever you listen to podcasts.
That's right. You read correctly. This week is all about sports. And... theater? Hard to tell. Between the technobabble of the Metaverse and the advent of Kenyon's favorite month we're ending our #NetflixIsOverParty Party, diving into Colin Kaepernick and Ava DuVernay's Colin in Black and White, Untold: Malice at the Palace, and asking questions about audience, controversy, and consumption. And the questions really abound for us in this one. Meta Founder's Letter, 2021: https://about.fb.com/news/2021/10/founders-letter/ The Facebook Papers, Explained: https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2021/10/25/what-are-the-facebook-papers/ Follow us on Instagram: @welovethatpodcast! https://www.instagram.com/welovethatpodcast/ Send us stuff at email@example.com!
Neste programa, Rodrigo Ghedin e Jacqueline Lafloufa descobriram que o e-mail completou 50 anos em 2021 e revisitaram alguns marcos desse protocolo de comunicação imortal — parece que não, mas o e-mail está em constante evolução. No segundo bloco, o gancho foi a chegada de jogos à Netflix e a guerra que ela e outras empresas diversas estão travando pela nossa atenção. Até onde as nossas decisões do que consumir são nossas mesmo e não dessas empresas? Indicações culturais: Jacque: a série Colin em preto e branco [Netflix], de Ava DuVernay e Colin Kaepernick. Ghedin: o filme Cavadoras de ouro [Belas Artes À La Carte], de Mervyn LeRoy. Gosta do podcast? Toque aqui e torne-se um(a) apoiador(a). A partir do plano II (R$ 16/mês), você ganha o direito de acompanhar as gravações do podcast ao vivo, incluindo um animado bate-papo pós-gravação, além de outros mimos. O Guia Prático é editado pelo estúdio Tumpats. Links citados: E-mail completa 50 anos e continua onde est@, no blog do Google (em inglês). Estamos modernizando o e-mail com o JMAP, no blog do Fastmail (em inglês). Google, pare de tentar arruinar o e-mail, no Manual do Usuário. Netflix lança jogos no Android, no Manual do Usuário. O que se perde quando “vemos Netflix” em vez de filmes, no Manual do Usuário.
Ep. 48 | Kellee Stewart Episode Summary In this episode of Fertility Café, Eloise gets to talk with Kellee Stewart about proactive fertility, egg freezing, and the importance of checking your fertility status. Kellee will also be discussing the unknowns and the remaining challenges to a fully claimed proactive family-building experience. With the advent of egg freezing and more widely available modern fertility testing, women may now take a more proactive approach to their fertility. Kellee Stewart is a writer, producer, and actress last seen in Ava Duvernay's Cherish the Day and just wrapped her recurring roles in CW's hit show All American and Netflix's On My Block. Kellee wrote and sold her screenplay 29 Eggs, based on her personal fertility journey, to a major television network. The project is currently in the last stages of development, and though COVID paused its production, it did not stop Kellée from hitting the podcast and hosting rounds as a self-proclaimed “egg advocate” where she continues to promote proactive fertility health and knowledge. Kellee is the creator and host of Warrior Wednesdays IG Live fertility talk show along with other fertility projects coming to your tv soon. In this episode, Eloise and Kellee talk about: The importance of proactive fertility and planning ahead. What to look out for and the types of questions you should be asking. How to be aware of your fertility status regardless of where you are in life. Why we have a responsibility to educate ourselves and future generations. Resources Learn more about Kellee Stewart on her site: Warrior Wednesdays Learn more about our podcast: Fertility Cafe Learn more about our surrogacy and egg donation agency: Family Inceptions Learn more about independent surrogacy: Surrogacy Roadmap On the blog: Us Surrogacy Map On the blog: A Beginner's Guide to Fertility Acronyms On the podcast: Ep 35 | Infertility Epidemic Rate, Review, and Subscribe! We would be honored if you took the time to rate and review our podcast on iTunes! And of course, don't forget to hit that Subscribe button to have new episodes delivered straight to your feed! Podcast Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️: “Beautiful and heartfelt conversations around family building. Can't wait to hear more!”
On this week's show, EJ and Kendall discuss Marvel casting doubt about an Eternals sequel, the new trailer for Sony's "Morbius", Ava Duvernay's explanation for why New Gods was canceled, and the possibility of a new X-Men cartoon being developed by Marvel.
The Spinner Rack discusses & reviews Ava Duvernay's latest projects, DMZ & Naomi on the CW. Spinnerrack Out!!! *Manhattan - MNN - 56/1996 (Wednesday 8pm) *Brooklyn - Bric - 79/68 (Saturday 8:30am & 7:30pm) *Bronx - Bronxnet - Channel 68/34 (Wednesday 8pm) *Youtube Channel - https://youtu.be/P1CMJMRGU7s *Instagram - the_spinner_rack *Soundcloud - The Spinner Rack
In Episode 280, Madden and Kolsky discuss Derek's exuberance in the afterglow of his Braves' World Series Championship before moving into… Netflix's new show Colin in Black & White (6:05) from Colin Kaepernick and Ava Duvernay, and how it doesn't quite live up to the expectations that collaboration might inspire… … Continue reading →
This edition of the Geek News Brief includes stories about Chris Pratt cast as the voice of Garfield, Ava DuVernay explains why New Gods got cancelled, and Blizzard delays Overwatch 2 and Diablo 4. The post Chris Pratt to voice Garfield, News Gods movie update, & Blizzard delays Overwatch 2 – 2021-11-03 appeared first on The Geek Generation.
In this week's Update, we discuss the latest casting announcement for Chris Pratt, Ava DuVernay's New Gods, and the Rumored WB Multiverses Game. In our Q&A part of the show, we talk about our own chimera's, first out of the country trip, and questions from the live chat! Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code NERDON at MANSCAPED.com! Be sure to subscribe and follow the show for all future posts... Twitter - @nerdontv Facebook - @nerdontv Instagram - @nerdontv and on iTunes and YouTube BIG thank you to our wonderful partners! Check them out HERE Join The Nerd On! Nation powered by Patreon today to get exclusive content and much more! Donate to the show HERE via PayPal. Every little bit helps. Learn more about Nerd On! HERE
Former NFL player Colin Kaepernick has been a prominent activist and a Rorschach test in the culture wars — and he's been widely reconsidered in the aftermath of the George Floyd protests. But he hasn't really gotten to tell his own story until now. He stars in the Netflix series Colin In Black & White, which he co-created with director Ava DuVernay. It's a dramatization of his life as the biracial son of white adoptive parents.
This episode the boys talk the Rust movie set shooting with Alec Baldwin, Dune discussion and Dune 2 announcement, Hayden Christensen returning as Anakin Skywalker, Last Night in Soho breakdown and reaction, Rocky IV director's cut and Stallone's desire to keep Apollo Creed alive, Matt Stone says Netflix rep went way up due to Dave Chappelle controversy, Ice Cube exits Netflix movie over Covid vaccine, Zack Snyder's Justice League the reason for Ava DuVernay's New Gods cancellation, John Woo directing an American-made action film with Joel Kinnaman, What we're watching, Listener questions and more!- New trailers - Cowboy Bebop, Ambulance, Lightyear, House of Gucci, Uncharted, Scream, The 355, - Rust set - What happened? - Dune 2 announced by Legendary and WB - Soonest we'll see it and will it be too late?- Hayden Christensen to star in Asohka as Anakin - How will that work?- Last Night In Soho - A Discussion- Rocky IV: Director's Cut BTS videos - Stallone says he never should've killed Apollo - True?- South Park creators say Netflix sticking up for Chapelle upped their rep - What happens if Netflix doesn't back their creators?- Ice Cube exits Netflix deal due to not wanting vaccine- ZSJL the reason for the WB cancelling New Gods?- John Woo directing silent action film with Joel Kinnaman - Will this be a theatrical film or straight-to-video low-budget flick?- What we're watching - Paul - Halloween Kills, Nightmare on Elm Street 4/5, The Matrix - Chris- Listener QuestionsShare your love for The Beard & The Bald with official merch! T-shirts, hoodies and posters now available as well as other cool Movie-Themed Designs! Check out the shop HEREFor those new to the podcast, please give us a follow on our social pages: @thebeardthebald on Twitter The Beard and The Bald Podcast on Facebook And for those who have been with us for a while, please take a moment, please take a moment to give us a rating and a review! CLICK HERE TO LEAVE US A REVIEW!
Acclaimed film director Ava Duvernay, whose projects include "The 13th," "When They See Us," and "Selma", is behind a new Netflix series called "Colin in Black and White." It is the coming of age story of Colin Kaepernick, years before he became a quarterback in the NFL, and a leader in the fight for racial justice. Amna Nawaz spoke with DuVernay about it for our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
The Netflix drama series created by Ava DuVernay and famed football player Colin Kaepernick explores Kaepernick's high school years and the experiences that led him to become an activist. Showrunner Michael Starrbury talked to Write On about how the writers' room was assembled: "If you put good people in the room together, and they really care about what you're trying to accomplish, then good things will come out of it. I wasn't really looking for 'TV writers;' I was looking for people who could write TV." Michael goes on to discuss what it takes to have a career in writing. "Have your own goals. Don't let anybody gas you up and tell you that you're doing great when you have your own measurement for greatness… I can't control the yes's and no's in Hollywood, but what I can do is I can make adjustments for myself in order to reach my goal." Don't forget to subscribe to the Write On Podcast on iTunes! Now available on Google Podcasts!
Today on the show we had Colin Kaepernick Series, Mental Health, Alec Baldwin's Shooting Incident and more. Also, Charlamagne gave "Donkey of the Day" to the movie assistant on the movie set where Alec Baldwin accidentally fatally shot the cinema photographer after he confessed for not thoroughly checking all rounds in the prop gun. Also, Angela helped some listeners out during "Ask Yee" with one listener being a victim in a abusive relationship. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Netflix's new series Colin in Black and White goes live tomorrow, October 29th. Colin Kaepernick narrates this drama series recounting his formative years navigating race, class and culture while aspiring for greatness. OTB's Ronan Mullen caught up with Oscar-nominated filmmaker Ava DuVernay - as well as stars Jaden Michael & Mary-Louise Parker. #OTBAM with Gillette | #BestFaceForward
Co-creator of “Colin in Black & White” Ava DuVernay and the show's leading star Jaden Michael explain what it means to them to be able to share Colin Kaepernick's story. In Hot Topics, Gretchen Carlson guest co-hosts. The panel discusses revelations from “Facebook papers” from the whistleblower, and more. Plus, former co-host Jedediah Bila discusses her time on “The View” in the special podcast series “Behind The Table” with Sunny Hostin. Listen to the latest episode now!
Ava DuVernay's latest project is a Netflix series that dives into the early life of former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick. “He was a Black child adopted by white parents living in a predominantly white town, and really attracted to Blackness, but with nothing anchoring that in his own life,” DuVernay tells KCRW. Also, could a plan to tax billionaires raise enough money to fund President Biden's “Build Back Better” plan, and should nature be granted legal rights in the face of climate change?
Guests: Robert Costa, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Rep. Mondaire Jones, Brandy Zadrozny, Ava DuVernayTonight: New details on what was happening inside the Trump War Room during the insurrection—and why new reporting on Republican lawmakers has AOC and others calling for expulsion. Then, “Carol's Journey to QAnon”: explosive new reporting on what Facebook knew about how it radicalized users. And writer, producer and director Ava DuVernay on her new Netflix collaboration with Colin Kaepernick and this American moment.
In this episode of Revolt Black News Weekly, Eboni K Williams explores the trial of the three men accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery with attorneys Gerald Griggs and Sue-Ann Robinson. Carel Pedre joins for insight into the recent kidnappings in Haiti and with some residents refusing to come out of their houses in protest of safety - is the Caribbean country in a new state of desperation?Guest Correspondent Neima Abdulahi moderates this week's entertainment round-up with Dani Canada and Ray Corneilius, where they cover Halle Berry making her directorial debut in ‘Bruised,' congratulations are in order for Eve and her new baby, and Ava Duvernay drops by to talk about her new show ‘Naomi.'In this roundtable, Dr. April Speed, Shondia McFadden and Ricki Fairly discuss Black Women's Health in Breast Cancer Awareness Month. They break down the disparities and how the pandemic is or is not impacting the statistics. In another edition of REVOLT's ‘Stand Up For' Series presented by State Farm, RBN Correspondent Gia Peppers sits down with the Co-Founders of “The Aunties,” Coco Gilbert and Teyana Taylor about being “Black in the Workplace.”
ITVT is pleased to present the latest episode of Televisionation: Screen Culture, our new video series exploring the symbiotic relationship between culture and filmed content—television, streaming, and cinema. Hosted by fandom expert Lisa Crawford, Screen Culture was created for thoughtful discussions about the impact of premium filmed content on today's society. In this episode, Lisa is joined by David Craig, a media scholar, producer, and former network executive. He is Clinical Professor at the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism and Visiting Professor in the Institute of Cultural and Creative Industries at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. With Stuart Cunningham, he is the co-author or co-editor of multiple books, journal articles, and chapters about the social media entertainment and wanghong industries, including Creator Culture, Wanghong as Social Media Entertainment in China, and Social Media Entertainment. Prior to academia, in addition to LGBTQ media activism, David was a Hollywood producer and network programming executive responsible for over 30 projects that garnered over 70 Emmy, Golden Globe, and Peabody nominations. David and Lisa discuss the goal of his first career in Hollywood—to become a “teacher” and create social impact through filmed content. He outlines cultural activism applied through the TV movie format over decades. He notes the responsibility taken up by many producers, network executives, and talent (including Ava DuVernay, Tom Hanks, and Brad Pitt through their respective producing work) to advocate for social change and representation. They expand on David's published works with collaborator Stuart Cunningham, particularly the recent anthology Creator Culture and their first book, Social Media Entertainment, a comprehensive history and analysis of social media creators and their role in culture and media. Finally, David and Lisa cover his inclination to be positive about the impact of social media entertainment and: The similarities, differences, and “tension” between the approaches of social media platforms and traditional media companiesThe rise of wanghong (“Internet famous”) or the social media entertainment industry in China, the technological advancement and growing global presence of China-based platformsThe cultural impact of creators in amplifying social and political issues, including the experience of underrepresented groupsThe politics of platforms Social handle:Twitter @Producing2Power Archive: https://tvotshow.com/televisionation
We celebrate the release of Sankofa on Netflix, through the work of Ava Duvernay's Array Films, look at groundbreaking anniversaries in hip-hop and rock and lament the passing of filmmaker Melvin Van Peeples before (30:19) getting into their review of 1945's morality drama Go Down, Death! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
PERNELL WALKER: Actress of TV, Film and theater after gaining a BA from City College and MFA in acting from the Actors Studio Drama School. Pernell has worked with actors such as: Kevin Bacon, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and directors such as: Dee Rees, Ava Duvernay, Dick Wolf, Lee Daniels, Steven Soderbergh, Martin Scorcese and more…...With a substantial body of work from: Pariah -nominated for Black Reels Award for Outstanding Actress- Butler, When We Rise,The Deuce, Adventures In America, City On A Hill to name a few…..Pernell has a deep love for acting, from crafting a performance, digging deeply into a character, reveling in the investigative process, to set life where all the pieces of the puzzle come together. Follow her: @pernell.walker - Check out her website at: https://www.pernellwalker.com/ and her body of work at: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2651139/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ozzie-stewart/support
Editors - Daysha Broadway, Stephanie Filo, Jessica Hernández ACE A Black Lady Sketch Show is an American television sketch comedy show created by Robin Thede for HBO. The show consists of comedic sketches performed by a main cast of Black women comedians. The first season premiered with six episodes on August 2, 2019 and received a 2020 TCA Award for Outstanding Achievement in Sketch/Variety Shows. Though the second season was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it premiered April 23, 2021 and won three Black Reel Awards and is currently nominated for four Primetime Emmy® awards; including an Outstanding Picture Editing for Variety Programming nomination for Daysha, Stephanie and Jessica. They went on to win that Emmy! DAYSHA BROADWAY Los Angeles native Daysha Broadway began her career with a Master's Degree in Film Editing from Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University. Since graduation she has spent the past ten years editing documentary, scripted, and unscripted television. In addition to A Black Lady Sketch Show, her credits include numerous television shows such as Insecure, 9-1-1, Twenties and Boomerang. Daysha has also contributed her talents to documentary features such as Light Girls and Surviving R. Kelly, the latter of which earned her a Peabody award. STEPHANIE FILO Stephanie Filo is an award-winning editor and activist with over a decade of experience editing and producing both scripted and unscripted content. Aside from editing film and tv, Stephanie spends much of her spare time producing and editing social action campaigns and documentaries. Her work on the news documentary series Mental State earned her an Emmy® nomination for the episode Aging Out about youth aging out of the American foster care system. She also earned an Emmy® win for her editing on the Mental State episode Separated which covered ICE deportations, making herself and Nzinga Blake the first Sierra Leonean women to ever win an Emmy® award. JESSICA HERNÁNDEZ ACE Jessica Hernández is a first generation Cuban-American filmmaker whose work ranges from scripted television to documentaries and features. Her films include Bomb It (Tribeca 2007), The Garden (Oscar nom 2008), Karma Calling (Best Feature New Jersey Film Fest 2009), Bhutto (Competition Sundance 2010, Emmy nom, Peabody 2011), Treatment (Tribeca 2011), The Punk Singer (SXSW 2013), and The Boy Band Con (SXSW 2019). In addition to A Black Lady Sketch Show, her 2021 scripted television projects include Adam McKay's Untitled LAKERS series and Ava DuVernay's COLIN In B&W. Editing A Black Lady Sketch Show In our discussion with the A Black Lady Sketch Show editing team of Daysha Broadway, Stephanie Filo and Jessica Hernández ACE, we talk about: The role of the Supervising Editor Being the new editor on the team The VFX aspect of making "five minute" comedies Editing tools you can't live without Honing your editing chops in unscripted tv The Credits Visit ExtremeMusic for all your production audio needs Check out the free trial of Media Composer | Ultimate Subscribe to The Rough Cut podcast and never miss an episode Visit The Rough Cut on YouTube
WTOP Entertainment Reporter Jason Fraley chats with jazz and hip-hop dynamo Robert Glasper, who kicks off his Kennedy Center residency today through Sept. 19. They spoke in 2020 about his stellar career, from his Grammy-winning collaboration with Kendrick Lamar on "These Walls" to his Emmy-winning duet with Common on "Letter to the Free" from the soundtrack of Ava DuVernay's documentary "13th."
Power of Black TV Before Oprah or Arsenio there was a PBS show called Soul! that launched superstars and became a national platform for the Black Power movement. A new documentary on HBO Max looks at Ellis Haizlip, the man behind the groundbreaking show. Plus, season 6 of Queen Sugar kicks off Tuesday. Actress Tina Lifford talks about the power of Aunt Vi, OWN and Ava Duvernay. #MrSoul #QueenSugar #CafeMochaRadio Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
**Get tickets to watch the FANTI live stream at the London Podcast Festival on Sunday, Sept. 5th. It's at 8:30pm in London, 3:30pm ET and 12:30pm PT.** This week, reefer gets the FANTI treatment, and Jarrett and Tre'Vell are joined by Ball Family Farms CEO Chris Ball. The plant that put food on his table and money in his pocket also put the former pro football player in prison. Of course, that was before weed was legal. Chris explains how he got into cultivating marijuana, and some of the struggles that cannabis growers face, and in particular Black and brown growers. Plus, what is going on over there at Sony? Why did it take so long for Mike Richards to get fired? LinksWhy the Weed Business Looks to Be Recession-ProofBlack Film ArchiveEpisode SponsorsBrooklinenShop the Labor Day sale and use promo code FANTIBetterhelp.com/FANTIFanti listeners get 10% off their first monthGo ahead and @ usEmail: FANTI@maximumfun.org @FANTIpodcast@Jarrett Hill@rayzon (Tre'Vell) @FANTIpodcast@TreVellAnderson@JarrettHill@Swish (Producer Laura Swisher)FANTI is produced and distributed by MaximumFun.orgLaura Swisher is the senior producer.
By her early thirties, Ava DuVernay was already a successful entrepreneur, having founded her own film publicity agency in Los Angeles. But after years of watching other people make films, she started to get an itch to tell her own stories onscreen. Ava's first films were rooted in deeply personal experiences: growing up with her sisters in Compton, performing Hip Hop at Open Mic Night at the Good Life Café in L.A. Her self-funded and self-distributed projects began to draw attention, and in 2012, Ava won the award for best directing at the Sundance Film Festival. She went on to direct powerful projects like Selma, 13th, and When They See Us; and through her production and distribution company ARRAY, she's created a movement that is helping change how movies are made—and who gets to make them.