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This week, everyone is back in the War Room! Katey, Da7e, David, and Patches start a low-stakes Oscars pool for four categories (Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress) in a manner that will surely lose most of them money. Then, Katey has some questions about he new Pinnochio streaming on Disney Plus. Finally, […]
Our "One Trilogy To Rule Them All" series comes to an end with the multiple Oscar-winning "The Return Of The King." Winner of Best Picture, Best Director, Best Visual Effects, among others, this movie is the crown jewel of this Lord Of The Rings trilogy that is entrenched in the zeitgeist. The battles, the evil attacks, the creatures, the locations and the emotional moments are all amped up more than the first two movies and don't let go. Listen to this episode where I gush and profess my enthusiasm for everything in this movie from beginning to end. I even have my own Lord Of The Rings-style battle speech at the beginning! Support the show
Our feature this week is the Audrey Hepburn & Rex Harrison classic musical My Fair Lady. We talk dubbing controversies, feminism, Henry Higgins being a dick, employment opportunities, ambiguous endings, new wave music videos, bigfoot, Spooktember, and more! #FlowerShopForEliza We don't actually talk about bigfoot, but I don't think anyone reads these. Corrections: Audrey Hepburn did do another musical Indy loved: Funny Face! My Fair Lady is a 1964 American musical drama film adapted from the 1956 Lerner and Loewe stage musical based on George Bernard Shaw's 1913 stage play Pygmalion. With a screenplay by Alan Jay Lerner and directed by George Cukor, the film depicts a poor Cockney flower-seller named Eliza Doolittle who overhears an arrogant phonetics professor, Henry Higgins, as he casually wagers that he could teach her to speak "proper" English, thereby making her presentable in the high society of Edwardian London. The film stars Audrey Hepburn as Eliza Doolittle and Rex Harrison as Henry Higgins, with Stanley Holloway, Gladys Cooper and Wilfrid Hyde-White in supporting roles. A critical and commercial success, it became the second highest-grossing film of 1964 and won eight Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actor, and Best Director. In 1998, the American Film Institute named it the 91st greatest American film of all time. In 2006 it was ranked eighth in the AFI's Greatest Movie Musicals list. My Fair Lady Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJBM6qs22sE&ab_channel=ParamountMovies Rex Harrison Wins Best Actor: 1965 Oscars: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0aL5W0dxoQY&ab_channel=Oscars
Today, we're back with a regular episode. And yet this episode couldn't be any better as our host Giles Alderson welcomes producer/writer/director Christin Baker to the show. She is also the co-founder of the Emmy-nominated streaming platform Tello, which focuses on stories for the lesbian/queer community. Their 2017 series “Secs & EXECS” earned an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series for Austin Powers actress Mindy Sterling. Also, in 2019, their series Riley Parra received two Emmy nominations for actresses Liz Vassey and Carolyn Ratteray. The SVOD platform has a wide library of the best LGBTQ+ women's titles and thousands of paid subscribers. The majority of their million-dollar revenue goes back to filmmakers, enabling them to make more shows. Christin has been playing with video production and storytelling since she was 13 after her family got their first VHS camcorder. In 2016, she was awarded Best Director at the London Raindance Film Festival for her work on Maybelle, a series that follows the story of a 35-year old gay woman in the south after the death of her mother. Over the last four years, as an indie producer, she has made five features on SAG Ultra Low Budgets, but she believes the storytelling quality is as high as anything on Netflix. In her conversation with Giles, Christin chats about: finding investors crowdfunding turning a web series into a feature film setting up her streaming platform Tello making LGTBQ+ films directing feature films sales agents predatory distributors Cannes Christin was very insightful about her process. This episode is an absolute masterclass in production and distribution – a must-hear for any filmmaker working in the independent world. So, sit back, relax and listen to our amazing chat with the fantastic Christin Baker. EPISODE LINKS Check out Tello Films PATREON Big thank you to: Lee Hutchings Marli J Monroe Want your name in the show notes or some great bonus material on filmmaking? Join our Patreon for bonus episodes, industry survival guides and feedback on your film projects! Our new 4 tier structure is in place. Come join the community! https://www.patreon.com/thefilmmakerspodcast MERCH Spread the Word with Our Merch T-Shirts, Hoodies, Mugs, Masks and Water Bottles all now available in some very cool designs. SUPPORT THE PODCAST Read & Sign Up for The Wrap Up – Our weekly Newsletter with news and information from the world of film Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Podbean, or wherever you get your podcasts. Help us out and write us a review (a good one!), tell your friends and CHOOSE FILM. Get in touch? Email us firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Twitter Facebook and Instagram Check out our full episode archive at TheFilmmakersPodcast.com CREDITS The Filmmakers Podcast is hosted, produced and written by Giles Alderson @gilesalderson Edited by @tobiasvees Social Media by Kalli Pasqualucci @kallieep Marketing Huw Siddle Logo and Banner Art by Lois Creative Theme Music by John J. Harvey Part of the www.podfixnetwork.squarespace.com WATCH OUR FILMS The Dare UK | Trailer The Dare Canada and USA A Serial Killers Guide to Life | Trailer Arthur & Merlin: Knights of Camelot The Stranger in Our Bed | Trailer Wolves of War | Trailer Winter Ridge UK The Isle Fanged Up The Marker Star Wars: Origins MORE FROM OUR FRIENDS Follow our Regular Hosts @LucindaRhodes @DirDomLenoir @35mmdop @philmblog @IanSharp1 @Cjamesdirect @dan710ths Follow Make Your Film for Live Events @makeyourfilm20 Follow our Movies @thedaremovie @Food4ThoughtDoc @FangedUpFilm Raindance events www.raindance.org The Filmmakers Podcast recommends Performance Insurance Music from musicbed.com Giles Alderson's website
Today on the show I bring you one of the most influential and iconic writers/directors in the history of cinema, three-time Oscar® winner Oliver Stone. Throughout his legendary career, Stone has served as writer, director, and producer on a variety of films, documentaries, and television movies. His films have been nominated for forty-two Oscars® and have won twelve.Stone began his career as a screenwriter, though always had his eye on being a writer/director. He struggled years before being hired to write the true-life prison story Midnight Express, for which he won his first Oscar®. Stone further wrote Brian De Palma'sdrug lord epic Scarface, Year of the Dragon featuring Mickey Rourke, and John Milius's Conan the Barbarian.His first outing as a director was Seizure, an exploitation horror film he directed right out of film school, and the thriller The Hand, starring Michael Caine. Stone finally broke through as a director with his film Salvador, a violent look at the chaos of war as seen through the lens of an amoral photojournalist during the Salvadoran Civil War.This is one of Stone's most underrated works. It was critically acclaimed but commercially didn't hit the mark.After Salvador, he jumped right into directing Platoon, the film that would catapult Stone into the stratosphere. Platoon would go on to be nominated for eight Academy Awards and won four including Best Picture, Best Director for Stone, Best Sound, and Best Film Editing.Platoon was the first in a trilogy the Stone made about the Vietnam War, the other films were Born on the Fourth of July starring Tom Cruise and Heaven & Earth starring Tommy Lee Jones.After Salvador Stone directed nine films in ten years. During that decade he created some of the most memorable films in cinematic history including the decade-defining Wall Street, JFK, The Doors, Natural Born Killers, and Nixon. Stone says his films are"first and foremost dramas about individuals in personal struggles,"and considers himself a dramatist rather than a political filmmaker. Politics definitely are a subject matter he enjoys making movies about. 2008's W., a film about American President George W. Bush, was the first film in history released about a sitting president. This film wrapped up his trilogy on the presidency which he started with JFK and Nixon.Stone's filmography is peppered with notable films and masterpieces including 1997 road movie/film noir, U-Turn, 1999's Any Given Sunday, a film about power struggles within an NFL-style football team, and World Trade Center, based on the true story of survival during the September 11 attacks.In 2004 Stone tackled another giant historical figure, Alexander the Great. His film Alexander, starring Colin Farrell, Anthony Hopkins, and Angelina Jolie, had a rough road and major studio interference.Stone later re-edited the film into a two-part 3-hour 37-minute film Alexander Revisited: The Final Cut, which later became a cash cow for Warner Brothersbecoming one of the highest-selling films in their back catalog.In 2010, Stone directed his first-ever sequel, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. In this film, he returns to Wall Street during the 2008 financial crisis. Famous onscreen villain Gordon Gekko Michael Douglas returns. Gekko teaches co-star Shia LaBeoufthe ins and outs of criminal investments.Frost/Nixon's Frank Langellaco-stars along with Susan Sarandon. I personally have a deep connection with his film Wall Street as it was the subject of the first short film I ever wrote, directed, and edited in high school.Speaking to Oliver was a dream come true. Many of his films have impacted popular culture in a way that is uniquely his. During my time working at a video store, it seemed every film he released was a cultural bomb. Natural Born Killers was the first time I saw a modern director use multiple formats in one film.His last film Snowden tackles the most important and fascinating true story of the 21st century. Snowden, the politically charged, pulse-pounding thriller starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Shailene Woodley, reveals the incredible untold personal story of Edward Snowden, the polarizing figure who exposed shocking illegal surveillance activities by the NSA and became one of the most wanted men in the world.He is considered a hero by some, and a traitor by others. No matter which you believe, the epic story of why he did it, who he left behind, and how he pulled it off makes for one of the most compelling films of recent years.During our epic conversation, we discuss his legendary career, working with the Hollywood system, his time in Vietnam, struggling as a screenwriter, how he deals with rejection, and his amazing new book Chasing the Light: Writing, Directing, and Surviving Platoon, Midnight Express, Scarface, Salvador, and the Movie Game.Chasing the Light is an intimate memoir by the controversial and outspoken Oscar-winning director and screenwriter about his complicated New York childhood, volunteering for combat, and his struggles and triumphs making such films as Platoon, Midnight Express, and Scarface.Before the international success of Platoon in 1986, Oliver Stone had been wounded as an infantryman in Vietnam and spent years writing unproduced scripts while driving taxis in New York, finally venturing westward to Los Angeles and a new life.Stone, now 73, recounts those formative years with in-the-moment details of the high and low moments: We see meetings with Al Pacino over Stone's scripts for Scarface, Platoon, and Born on the Fourth of July; the harrowing demon of cocaine addiction following the failure of his first feature, The Hand (starring Michael Caine); his risky on-the-ground research of Miami drug cartels for Scarface; his stormy relationship with The Deer Hunter director Michael Cimino; the breathless hustles to finance the acclaimed and divisive Salvador; and tensions behind the scenes of his first Academy Award-winning film, Midnight Express.Chasing the Light is a true insider's look at Hollywood's years of upheaval in the 1970s and '80s. I highly recommend every filmmaker and screenwriter read this gem. Click here to read the book.The main themes I took away from speaking to Oliver were struggle and fight. No matter how successful he got, no matter what heights he reached in Hollywood Oliver Stone had to fight to get each remarkable film in his filmography on the screen.To this day he still gets rejected all the time. Throughout his career, he would jump from Hollywood studio to independent film. He wrote both Platoon and Born on the Fourth of July over a decade before they were produced because no one in Hollywood believed in what he was trying to say with those films. Platoon, The Doors, Midnight Express, Salvador, and Talk Radio were all indie films.I hope this conversation inspires filmmakers and screenwriters to never give up. Oliver struggled for years taking jobs as a production assistant, cab driver, office assistant, and any other gig he could find to help him survive while he was chasing his dream. He wrote and wrote, meeting his goal of one to two screenplays a year, no matter what. Never give up, never surrender. As Oliver says"Either you're born crazy or you're born boring."Please enjoy my conversation with Oliver Stone.
On this episode of the Gold Derby Show, editors and experts Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen return to discuss the fallout of festival season with a brief overview of what happened in Venice, Telluride (where Chris went; brag), and Toronto -- and what it all might mean for the Oscars 2023 race. Then, Joyce and Chris update their full picks in Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress, and more. To make your Oscar predictions, head to https://www.goldderby.com. Timestamps: Intro and festival reactions (0:00) Best Picture (31:55) Best Director (42:18) Best Actor (50:09) Best Actress (1:00:07) Best Supporting Actor (1:07:18) Best Supporting Actress (1:13:07) Screenplay categories and other thoughts (1:22:06) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dawn Noel has produced the short film "Shattered Pitch" starring Chad Coleman (The Wire & The Walking Dead) and the award-winning short film "22 Years," both having multiple distribution deals for both projects with Indieflix, Nandar Pictures, Hewes Pictures, Modyst, Opprime Tv and Shorts TV. "22 Years" has won numerous awards in the film festival circuit including Best Short Film, Best Actress, Best Director, Audience Choice and Best Sound. Some of these festivals are The Imagen Awards, Manhattan Film Festival, LA Movie Awards, Philadelphia Independent Film Awards, International New York Film Festival, Charlotte Black Film Festival, Las Vegas Black Film Festival, Viva Latino Film Festival, Velvet Rope Film Festival, The Women's International Film Festival and The San Diego Black Film Festival. Born in Philadelphia, Dawn attended the prestigious High School for the Performing Arts and went on to get a BFA from the University of the Arts. Very soon Dawn was making her mark on Broadway in The "Lion King," "In The Heights" and "Fame." Dawn also toured with both Madonna and Jennifer Lopez as a featured dancer in their worldwide tours.
Ang Lee's visual epic took home four Oscar Statues in 2013, including one for Best Director. The story of Pi's harrowing journey at sea was brilliantly translated from page to screen giving us some of the most beautiful visual effects and Irrfan Khan stoic performance kept what could be a laughable story of a young man lost at sea with a Bengal tiger beautifully grounded. We also couldn't help but notice Suraj Sharma's name missing from the Best Actor category. What did you think about Life of Pi? Let us know over on Twitter and Instagram! #LifeOfPi #BestDirector #AngLee #BestAdaptedScreenplay #BestOriginalScore #BestOriginalSong #BestSoundEditing #BestSoundMixing #BestProductionDesign #BestCinematography #BestFilmEditing #BestVisualEffects #Oscars2013 #2013Oscars #AcademyAwards #Oscars
Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome… to the 1972 film adaptation of the 1966 Broadway musical set in the last days of Weimar Germany. Starring Liza Minelli, Michael York, and Joel Grey, the film version was directed by choreographer Bob Fosse and won eight Oscars - more than The Godfather. Most people forget that Bob Fosse beat Francis Ford Coppola for Best Director. In fact, the movie won the most Oscars of any film that didn't win Best Picture. Now we're visiting the Kit Kat Klub for the fiftieth anniversary of Cabaret! For more geeky podcasts visit GonnaGeek.com You can find us on iTunes under ''Legends Podcast''. Please subscribe and give us a positive review. You can also follow us on Twitter @LegendsPodcast or even better, send us an e-mail: LegendsPodcastS@gmail.com You can find all our contact information here on the Network page of GonnaGeek.com Our complete archive is always available at www.legendspodcast.com, www.legendspodcast.libsyn.com
In this episode, we welcome Benjamin Nolot to the show. He is a French American film producer, director, and writer. He is known for his feature films Nefarious: Merchant of Souls (2011), Liberated: The New Sexual Revolution (2017), and Raised On Porn (2021), and has been nominated for Best Director at multiple film festivals. His films and videos have received more than 40 million views worldwide and have been screened for legislators at the highest levels of government in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia. He's also the director of a new three-part series called Beyond Fantasy which exposes the dark underbelly of the pornography industry. In this interview, we discuss how he got into filmmaking, why he covers such heavy and dark subject matter, why he makes films about the seedy underbelly of the porn industry, how porn leads to sexual violence and pedophilia, how he is able to control his emotions during his interviews, the projects he's working on now, and much more. Let's get into it… Episode notes and links HERE Donate to support our mission of equipping men to push back darkness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kathryn Bigelow earned herself a spot in the history books with the release of her eighth feature, the war/thriller, the Hurt Locker (2008), earning herself two Academy Awards (the film won six overall), and becoming the first female director to win the Oscar for Best Director. The Hurt Locker is the second of three Bigelow films that Cinema D'Amore will be discussing this month. Hosted by Justin Morgan. Co-Hosted by Lexi Covill and Charles Phillips. Mixing and QA by Scratchin' Menace with Music by Daniel Birch and Ben Pegley. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates. Available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and a dozen other popular platforms. Please subscribe, rate and review us. Every little bit helps, and more importantly, thank you for listening!
Today on the podcast, our summer series collaboration with Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance's “RE-START Initiative”, continues with Tiny Dynamite where we explore how the organization has fared during the pandemic. Here is my interview with KC MacMillan, Producing Artistic Director of Tiny Dynamite.It is the mission of Tiny Dynamite to offer audiences new ways to experience theater and artists new ways to create it. We present high-quality plays at modest ticket prices, in an environment that is intimate, social, joyful, and welcoming.Our principal project is A Play, a Pie and a Pint®, a form of theater that breaks down perceptions that the arts are only for special occasions: we offer inventive short plays, in unexpected spaces, served with food and beverages.KC MacMillanPRODUCING ARTISTIC DIRECTORKathryn MacMillan (she/her) is a Philadelphia-based theater director and arts leader who has led Tiny Dynamite since 2017. KC has directed nearly 50 productions in the Philadelphia area and beyond; recent productions include Unraveled (off-Broadway: Theatre Row), Romeo and Juliet (Commonwealth Classic Theatre Company); The Comedy of Errors (Dram Tree Shakespeare, Wilmington, NC); Grounded (InterAct); Mrs. Warren's Profession at Lantern Theater Company, where she was the Associate Artistic Director for eight seasons; and The Revolutionists at Theatre Horizon, where she served as Guest Artistic Director for the 2017/18 season.KC's notable productions include recent Barrymore Award nominations for directing (Jane Austen, Abridged, Tiny Dynamite, also co-writer; The Revolutionists, Theatre Horizon); and the critically acclaimed The Beauty Queen of Leenane (named Best Production of the 2012/13 season & Best Director by Philadelphia Weekly, who called her “sensationally gifted”), The Liar (Best Production Honorable Mention that same season), Arcadia (Runner up, Best Overall Production & Best Director by Phindie Independent Critic Awards), Doubt (named one of the Best Plays of 2015 by the Philadelphia Daily News), The Breath of Life (Barrymore Award nomination: Outstanding Overall Production of a Play), The Hothouse (Barrymore nominations for Outstanding Direction & Outstanding Production of a Play), and I Am My Own Wife (Barrymore nominations for Outstanding Direction and Outstanding Production of a Play and winner of the Virginia Brown Martin Philadelphia Award). In 2015, KC was named one of Billy Penn's Who's Next: 16 Young Philadelphians Shaping the Arts Scene.Email: email@example.comFOR MORE INFORMATION: https://tinydynamite.org
The Worthy boys exchange keys as we're heading to Jack Lemmon's apartment for a wild night! The Apartment won five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Writing, Best Art Direction, and Best Editing. The film received five additional nominations, including Shirley MacLaine and Jack Lemmon for Best Leading Actress and Actor. Billy Wilder even became the first person to win the Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Screenplay. We discuss the gender politics brought up in the film and how they pushed the boundaries of cinema and workplace etiquette. We also chat about how this was the last Black and White film to win Best Picture at The Academy Awards until The Artist in 2011. Shut up and deal! Is The Apartment worthy of the Best Picture award of 1960? Tell us how we're wrong at firstname.lastname@example.org
Finishing in second place for our third poll in a row earned this film its rightful spot in the Danger Close catalogue. Set in a Japanese prison camp in Burma in 1943, it pits the principled Lt Col Nicholson (Alec Guinness) against the ruthless camp commandant Col Saito (Sessue Hayakawa) in a battle of character and wit. This fictional story, loosely based on real events, won seven Academy Awards, including David Lean's first Oscar for Best Director. So whistle while you march to join us as we discuss this world-famous film and its epic story! Next Episode: Apocalypse Now (1979) Feel free to contact us with any questions or comments! Our website: www.dangerclosepod.com Join our Facebook group at: Danger Close - Podcast Discussion Group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1442264899493646/) If you like the show, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! If you would like to support the show and get extra episodes where we discuss sci-fi, fantasy, and comedy war movies, join our Patreon for only $4 a month at: www.dangerclosepod.com/support warmovies #warfilms #war #film #films #movies #history #cinema #WWII
Tomm Moore is an award-winning animator and director, and the co-founder of Cartoon Saloon animation studio in Kilkenny, Ireland. His notable work includes Wolfwalkers, Song of the Sea, and the Secret of Kells, a trilogy of films based on Irish folklore. Discover how Tomm and his partners built Cartoon Saloon from scratch, without any prior business knowledge, in the small city where they grew up. More from the episode Why learning to run a business meant graduating from the school of “mend and make do.” How parenthood changed Tomm's outlook on his professional career, and inspired his films. The importance of soft skills like self-reflection and emotional intelligence when starting a business. Tomm describes the moment he decided not to give up on Cartoon Saloon and “get a real job.” What goes into making an Oscar-nominated film, and why does Tomm compare it to writing a haiku? Tomm explains why he decided to stay in his hometown (Kilkenny, Ireland), and how it paid off. About Tomm Moore Over Cartoon Saloon's history, Tomm has worked as Director, Art Director, Storyboarder, Animator and Illustrator across a range of the studio's projects. Tomm has directed 3 universally successful feature films: The Secret of Kells in 2010 and the spiritual follow-up, Song of the Sea in 2015, and Wolfwalkers in 2020. All three were nominated for Best Animated Feature at the Academy Awards. His latest feature film Wolfwalkers which he co-directed with Ross Stewart received several prominent critics awards including LAFCA Award and NYFCC Award as well as nominations for a Golden Globe and a Bafta and wins in several categories including Best Director and Best Independent Feature at the 2021 Annie Awards. He is currently working as a producer across several of Cartoon Saloon's new film and series projects as well as refocusing on his personal art training. Additional links The Blog of Kells Cartoon Saloon Wolfwalkers trailerThe Autonomous Creative is brought to you by Authentic Visibility: marketing for creatives who (think they) hate marketing. Learn more here!
Dylan Tuccillo is an award-winning writer, video producer, and filmmaker. While attending NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, a feature screenplay that he wrote won a $10,000 award from the Sloan Foundation. A recent short documentary of his was picked up by Upworthy and viewed over 270,000 times. After 15 years of working with advertising agencies and companies, he's learned how to market content in a media-saturated landscape. His short films have won "Best Short" at the Inwood Film Festival, "Best Director" at the Austin Revolution Film Festival, and awards at the Las Vegas Film Festival and the First Run Film Festival. As a freelance producer and video editor, Dylan has been hired to create content for Ann Taylor, Johnson and Johnson, IBM, Bayer, Berlitz, Columbia University and Vogue, to name a few. In 2013, his non-fiction book about dreams "A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming" was published by Workman, co-authored with two friends. The book was translated into eleven languages and is on its seventh printing, selling over 75,000 copies. Learn more about his projects at www.dylantuccillo.com
Park Chan-wook took home the Best Director award at this year's Cannes Film Festival for his romantic thriller about a Korean police officer who finds himself falling in love with the prime suspect of a murder investigation he has been tasked to solve. Starring Tang Wei and Park Hae-il ** Deep Dive Movie Reviews contain spoilers ** 1:00 - Synopsis of Decision to Leave 2:30 - Each scene is a painting 9:00 - Park Chan-wook's camera techniques 11:52 - James explains the phone swap to Steve 15:55 - Humour despite the dark overtones 21:44 - Would an American version be so chaste 22:33 - Background on Park Chan-wook 26:24 - What we thought of “the ending” 31:06 - Final score for “Decision to Leave”
THIS IS A PREVIEW PODCAST. NOT THE FULL REVIEW. Please check out the full podcast review on our Patreon Page by subscribing over at - https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture Our 2012 retrospective is officially over. For our final throwback podcast review, we discuss Ben Affleck's Best Picture-winning film "Argo," starring himself, Bryan Cranston, Alan Arkin, John Goodman, Scoot McNairy, Victor Garber & Kyle Chandler. Based on a true story, the film blends politics, thrills, and insider Hollywood humor to create a rousing story that captivated audiences and Academy voters, resulting in three Oscar wins, including Best Picture. What do we think of the film ten years later? Join me, Eve O'Dea, Dan Bayer & Danilo Castro as we discuss the film's writing, comedy, politics, acting, the infamous awards season run (including that famous Ben Affleck snub in Best Director), and more. You can also check out all of our previous 2012 retrospective reviews for "Zero Dark Thirty," "Skyfall," "Amour," "Beasts Of The Southern Wild," "Django Unchained," "Silver Linings Playbook," "Life Of Pi" & "Lincoln" if you have not done so already. Please check out your winners for the 2012 NBP Film Community Awards if you haven't done so already, and stay tuned for the NBP Team's winners, which will be revealed on August 21st, 2022. Thank you for all of your support throughout the retrospective. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. Check out more on NextBestPicture.com Please subscribe on... SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/nextbestpicturepodcast iTunes Podcasts - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/negs-best-film-podcast/id1087678387?mt=2 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7IMIzpYehTqeUa1d9EC4jT And be sure to help support us on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture
Decision to Leave (헤어질 결심) is a noir romance and mysterious police procedural from Oldboy and The Handmaiden director Park Chan-Wook, starring Tang Wei and Park Hae-Il. This is a NON-SPOILERY review, so please enjoy!The K-botak Podcast is a podcast where I review Korean films and television series or K-dramas.Join the conversation on Twitter, be part of the K-botak community and discuss your favourite shows, movies, actors and more.Follow K-botak on Buzzsprout and catch the show on Spotify, Apple, Google and most places you get podcasts. Music used in this episode:'The Mist' by Jung Hoon Hee
Mark Christopher Lawrence is best known for his series regular role as Big Mike on the NBC TV series CHUCK. He recently completed production on the hit ADULT SWIM TV show BLACK JESUS and is recurring on The PureFlix Show Malibu Dan The Family Man. He can be seen on the Disney Channel's original TV movie Life Is Ruff and guest appearances on Lab Rats, Good Luck Charlie, Heroes, Weeds, My Name Is Earl, Reba, Grounded for Life, Crossing Jordan, and Amazing America with Sarah Palin. MCL is in pre-production on several projects as a writer and/or producer and has just released on PureFlix.com his hilarious talk show Pure Comedy, which he also hosts. On video, you can watch MCL's work in The Pursuit of Happyness, The Island, Garfield, Terminator II, Fear of a Black Hat, and Cooties to list a few.As a producer Mark Christopher Lawrence has produced a six episode series for PureFlix entitled Pure Comedy. He co-produced the first VR comedy special, Mark Christopher Lawrence Live from the Mad House Comedy Club. This work has received the DreamlandXR award for Best Director and has been a FireFox VR Pick of the Week as well as having been nominated for an Emmy award. He's currently in pre-production on his one-man stage show and an album of hymns where he showcases his more than capable vocal prowess. Support the show
On episode 148 of The AwardsWatch Podcast, AwardsWatch Executive Editor Ryan McQuade is joined by Editor-In-Chief Erik Anderson, and AwardsWatch contributors Nicole Ackman and Josh Parham, who gather to talk about film festival news, answer listener questions, and discuss their thoughts on the HBO Max/Discovery + and the ongoing struggles within the streaming service landscape. Before the main topic this week, the group talk about some positive news stories that were announced this week, like the Academy naming producer Janet Yang at the new President of the Academy, our first look of Colman Domingo as Bayard Rustin in Rustin, TIFF announcing more films to their slate including WEIRD: The Al Yankovic Story, and NYFF will screen James Gray's Armageddon Time and Noah Baumbach's White Noise. But all of that news was overshadowed by the drama with the merger of HBO and Discovery and the cancellation of the Batgirl movie that was about to wrap and head to post production with a premiere on HBO Max. This promoted the gang to talk about the good, the bad, extreme discomforts, and even confusion of this topic of the moment and what it means for the streaming services and their competitors in the business going forward. Next up our weekly listener questions, where they are asked if they think Babylon will play at the fall festivals or just release in theaters, as well as The Fabelmans Oscar chances going in based on how West Side Story did for Steve Spielberg last year. They also talked about if Amsterdam will be a contender this award season, if this year's acting nominations will be more diverse given the film landscape and choices become more diverse for consideration, and what their dream cast would be for a film. Lastly, the AW podcast team played a new game simple titled ‘The Percentages Game,' in which Ryan throws out a prompt and the group give him their percent chance that the prompt will happen. Topics include if Top Gun: Maverick will still be the highest grossing film of the year, if the Golden Globes will happen, if a female director will win Best Director for the third year in a row, and many more. It was a fun game and we would love if you sent in your own prompts for the next round by tweeting at either Ryan (@ryanmcquade77) or Erik (@awards_watch), and they will be answered on the next show. You can listen to The AwardsWatch Podcast wherever you stream podcasts, from iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher, Spotify and more. This podcast runs 1h52m. Without further ado, let's get into it. Music: “Modern Fashion” from AShamaleuvmusic (intro) and “B-3” from BoxCat Games Nameless: The Hackers RPG Soundtrack (outro) used by permission
James Pratt is an Australian actor, real estate auctioneer, film director and entrepreneur. He is the recipient of various accolades including (2021) Best actor at American Golden Picture International Film Festival, (2020) Europe Film Festival – Special Jury Award, and Next Rush Magazine's 2019 Top 5 Under 35 in Australia for Entertainment He is also a Three Time, REB Australian Auctioneer of the Year Winner, (2019, 2020, 2021).In his career, Pratt has worked alongside some of the best in Hollywood including Q'orianka Kilcher, Sam Worthington and Erica Christensen.After receiving a degree from the acting school, NIDA in Sydney, Australia, Pratt appeared in roles in some of Australia's best-known TV series, including Home & Away, Freemantle Media's Wonderland where he played the role of Gary on season 1 and a key role in the hit ABC drama Rake. Pratt also had a key role in the Logie nominated film, The Battle of Long Tan. Pratt experienced success Directing the film UCLA Pranks which was nominated for over 8 International Awards including, Best Director at the Top Director Awards, Pratt is the host of Conversation Hollywood which was a finalist for Best Pilot/ Episode at the 2020 Lift Off Awards.In 2019, Pratt was voted Australia's Top 5 under 35.In 2020, Winner Special Jury Award at the Europe Film Festival.In February 2021, WinnerBest Supporting at the American Golden International film festival for his portrayal of Ethan Rogers in the feature film On Halloween.2021, James is the director and lead role in the feature film Malibu Crush. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Matt Davis is the Principal at Horizon Prep in Rancho Santa Fe where he directs the elementary, middle school, and high school. But be sure to call these the Grammar, Logic and Rhetoric Schools because it's a Classical Christian school. I was an English teacher there for 9 years and loved working with Matt. In fact, everyone does because he is beyond gracious - as you'll note at the end of the podcast - plus humble, kind, responsible, dedicated, and wise. You'll hear some fun and insightful stories about how God has worked in his life such as meeting his wife as they collided for a frisbee, being hired at HP through a friend of a friend of a friend, and climbing 14,500+ foot Mt. Whitney multiple times - why not?!
It is a pleasure to welcome United Kingdom-based film director and producer Ginevra Gentili to The Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast. Ginevra is a British-Italian film director who has a cinematography and photography background. She has been directing films since her early twenties and runs North Harley Films, an independent production company. The team specializes in producing content that is visually striking and intimately connects with audiences. The North Harley Films team has created music documentaries, live music sessions, and brand films.Some of the work that Ginevra and her team worked on several films, including Written Apology (2014), White Lies (2015), A Positive Person (2018), and Martin (2020). They have also helped several recording artists showcase their visions, including Eivør, Ella Morgan, Jess Thristan, and Sohodolls. Sony Music, Carnival Films, and Netflix hired North Harley Films to create a series of online promotions about Netflix's The Last Kingdom. The North Harley Films creators spoke with The Last Kingdom composer John Lunn and recording artist Eivør, who recorded music at his house in London, England. Ginevra won two awards for her work, including the 2020 Indie Short Fest's Best Original Screenplay and the 2021 Independent Short Annual Awards' Best Female Director for Tell Tales Signs. She was also nominated for two awards (Best Director and Best Short Film) at the 2020 Unrestricted View Film Festival. In this edition of The Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast, Ginevra Gentili spoke about the pre-production process of Souls Divided (Anime Divse). She also spoke about her latest short film: Borrowed Time.
What is This Episode? - Top of Show . NYFF ANNOUNCES ITS DEBUT FILM - 2:10 . TIFF HAS A PARTIAL, AND LOADED, LINEUP: Venice/TIFF Crossover Films - 5:15 Cannes Debuts Play TIFF Too - 6:31 Bowie's Moonage Daydream + Trailer Review - 8:27 Spielberg Decides to Open Fablemans Here - 11:46 Women Talking, Too - 13:48 Empire of Light, My Policeman, The Woman King - 16:00 Netflix Top Open Exclusives - 17:09 (The Swimmers, Wendall and Wild, The Good Nurse, more) Apple Will Have Entries Too - 24:22 (Greatest Beer Run, Raymond & Ray, Causeway) Searchlight Brings The Menu + Chevalier - 28:00 Stephen Frears, Nic Cage: Buffalo Hunter, and Dominatrixing - 29:43 . Did TIFF Expose Telluride Premieres? - 34:50 . BAFTA CHANGES ITS NOMINATING PROCESS (AGAIN) - 36:06 (Affecting The Acting Categories and Best Director) . DGA, CC, MUAH'S ALL SET THEIR DATES - 43:41 . OSCAR CONTENDER TRAILERS: Till Trailer #1 - 45:39 Strange World Trailer #1 - 48:36 GDT's Pinocchio Trailer #1 - 53:10 . BOX OFFICE UPDATE - 55:04 DC SuperPets Flops? Will Nope Rise Over Seas? What Went Wrong With Lightyear? . MAKE THE CASE - 1:03:03 (AlsoMike Quick Reviews Marcel the Shell, Honor Society, Rise, and Not Okay) . . Where to Find Erick's/Our Work/LEAVE US A 5* REVIEW! - 1:11:50 What's Next/Words of Wisdom - 1:12:57
ERIKA MARAIS It's a pleasure to have our first guest in studio with us today to talk about the return of an award-winning theatre production called The Unlikely Secret Agent. It's the story of the late Eleanor Kasrils, wife of former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils, and the role she played as a clandestine agent for the ANC under apartheid. Erika Marais produces and stars in the show, which is back for a short run at the Artscape next week as part of its Women Humanity Arts Festival. On its previous run the show was nominated for 8 Fleur du Cape awards and won the Best Director award for Paul du Toit.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cody Dericks from Next Best Picture joins Brian on this special 100th episode for a discussion of Deliverance, the Oscar nominee for Best Picture and Best Director starring Jon Voight, Burt Reynolds, and Ned Beatty. They also talk about Voight's Oscar-winning career and pick his three best films. DELIVERANCE is available on Amazon Prime: https://amzn.to/3ze8t9EFollow us at filmatfifty.com and @filmatfifty on social media, and please leave us a five-star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts.
The film stars Lakshmi Devy, Adith Arun, Naveen George Thomas, Shreya Navile, and Vignesh Shivasubramaniam. The film was written and directed by Lakshmi Devy and is executive produced by John Turturro. “I must say I was very impressed. And disturbed, in a good way!” said Executive Producer John Turturro. “To pull this off is an accomplishment, especially wearing so many different hats as director, writer and actor. It's a worthy and important subject matter which takes all shapes and forms in so many different cultures. I thought the visual elements was strong and the story telling too.” "When The Music Changes" is based on real-life incidents and unprecedented violence and atrocities faced by women in the contemporary world. The film radiates a universal message of women's liberation that needs to be heralded in all nations including developing countries where evils like marital rape are still not taken into cognizance by law. It has already created a following in India and is marking its global U.S. debut. Devy recently won the Gold Remy Award for Best Director at the 54th Worldfest Houston International film festival for “When The Music Changes.” She joins the ranks of other recipients in the industry including Stephen Spielberg, George Lucas, Ang Lee, The Coen Brothers, John Lee Hancock, Brian de Palma, Randal Kleiser, Ridley Scott, Oliver Stone, and David Lynch.
THIS IS A PREVIEW PODCAST. NOT THE FULL REVIEW. Please check out the full podcast review on our Patreon Page by subscribing over at - https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture Our 2012 retrospective continues with And Lee's "Life Of Pi," starring Suraj Sharma, Irrfan Khan, Rafe Spall & Adil Hussain. The film premiered at the 2012 New York Film Festival and was seen as a breakthrough in 3D and visual effects filmmaking, garnering 11 Oscar nominations and winning 4, including a second win for And Lee in Best Director. How do we feel about the film's visual effects, story, and themes a decade later? Tune in below as we discuss these points and more in our review. Joining me for this review I have Josh Parham & Dan Bayer. You can also check out all of our previous 2012 retrospective reviews for "Zero Dark Thirty," "Skyfall," "Amour," "Beasts Of The Southern Wild," "Django Unchained" & "Silver Linings Playbook" if you have not done so already. Also, voting for the 2012 NBP Film Community Nominations is underway until July 29th. Thank you. We hope you enjoy it! Check out more on NextBestPicture.com Please subscribe on... SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/nextbestpicturepodcast iTunes Podcasts - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/negs-best-film-podcast/id1087678387?mt=2 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7IMIzpYehTqeUa1d9EC4jT And be sure to help support us on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture
“You have to choose yourself and other people will choose you.” – Robbie Rozelle on what he learned from the late Jan Maxwell. There's a lot of musical theatre references in this episode, folks. Proceed with caution! Robbie Rozelle is a beloved performer, director, writer, graphic designer, and record producer who is responsible for some of the funniest and touching moments in the cabaret space of recent. Rozelle does shows all over the city… even across the pond in London. So how does he dominate the cabaret and concert scene? “For me, I am very much a self starter. If I want to do something, I sort of will it into existence. A lot of that is a lot of cold emails. There are so many cold emails that I'll send out, 'Hi, I am beloved, fully ignored, cabaret sensation, Robbie Rozelle.' I'll send the album and I'll say, here's the pitch. 9 times out of 10, I'll never get an email back.” But don't worry, Robbie's concerts sell out in 26 minutes. That isn't an exaggeration. How does he do it? How does he sell his shows? If you're interested in producing your own cabaret and concert, this episode is loaded with goodies to help you. We also chat about social media helping or hindering the industry, pushing through performances even during a crumbling political environment, understanding that what we bring to the table in the industry is allowed to be specific, and the difference between a Renaissance person and the multi-hyphenate. Robbie infiltrates the industry in such an interesting way, He has also directed and written or co-written sold-out cabaret shows for Tony Award nominee Melissa Errico (Amour), Tony nominee Kate Baldwin (Finian's Rainbow), Elena Shaddow (The Visit), Nikka Graff Lanzarone (Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown), Mauricio Martínez (On Your Feet), Nathan Salstone (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child), RuPaul's Drag Race contestant Mrs. Kasha Davis, and frequent collaborator Jessica Vosk (15th Anniversary Elphaba in Wicked). In 2017, he sold out Feinstein's/54 Below twice with his debut cabaret solo act, "Songs From Inside My Locker", which was nominated for a BroadwayWorld Cabaret Award (in addition to nominations for Best Director). He returned to Feinstein's/54 Below in 2018 to headline Pride weekend with his new show "Bustin' Out", selling out and earning rave reviews. He recorded his debut solo album of “Songs From Inside My Locker” live in front of two sold-out audiences in 2019; the album was released to rave reviews in June 2020. He also created and hosted “Tuesdays at 54… with Robbie Rozelle!,” which ran for seven months at Feinstein's/54 Below in 2019-2020. Robbie is a Grammy voting member, and appears on the concert cast recording of Mia Moravis' Session Girls. For three years, Robbie served as the graphic designer and creative director for Playbill, culminating in the design of the branding of #PlaybillPride, a 30-day initiative of the LGBT movement in the theatre that included a redesign of their historic logo for the month of June 2014, which continues each June to this day. He currently serves as the A&R Director and in-house designer for Grammy-winning record label Broadway Records, where he designed the iconic "What the World Needs Now is Love" in response to Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando. He also runs Ghostlight Design. When not designing, he can usually be found tweeting jokes and random musings at @divarobbie. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If These Walls Could Talk with Wendy Stuart & Tym MossHosts: WENDY STUART & TYM MOSSSpecial guest: THERESA SAREOWednesday, May 25th2pm EST LIVE from PANGEA Restaurant, NYCWatch LIVE on YouTube at Wendy Stuart TVTheresa Sareo is a New York-based singer/songwriter. In June 2002 she was struck by an impaired driver and her injuries forced the amputation of her right leg. Since the accident, she has also become a motivational speaker, and has appeared on CNN's Larry King Live and in New York Magazine. She has released three self-produced albums, an eponymous debut in 1998, Embrace in 2000, and, after the accident, 2005's Alive Again. She performs and speaks regularly for the United States Military, and at hospitals, schools, and corporations worldwide. Theresa has also written and performed music for Former Secretary of State, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and was a keynote speaker at a national press conference on health care in 2007 with then NY Senators Clinton and Charles Schumer.After composing the song "Through A Soldier's Eyes," Sareo is noted for becoming the first civilian performer to sing the National Anthem at Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington, D.C. and at the U.S. Army Warrior Transition Units; European Command, sponsored by the Army's Dept. of Ministries.Her documentary film "Theresa Sareo: Alive Again" chronicles the story of her life and career and has garnished "Audience Choice for Best Documentary" (2012 Gasparilla International Film Festival—Tampa) and "Best Director of a Documentary (2012 NY International Film Festival—L.A. Edition) awards. It is produced by Evan Ginzburg, first-time director Rye Joseph and Ms. Sareo.Who else but hosts Wendy Stuart and Tym Moss could “spill the tea” on their weekly show “If These Walls Could Talk” live from Pangea Restaurant on the Lower Eastside of NYC, with their unique style, of honest, and emotional interviews, sharing the fascinating backstories of celebrities, entertainers, recording artists, writers and artists and bringing their audience along for a fantastic ride.Wendy Stuart is an author, celebrity interviewer, model, filmmaker and hosts “Pandemic Cooking With Wendy,” a popular Youtube comedic cooking show born in the era of Covid-19, and TriVersity Talk, a weekly web series with featured guests discussing their lives, activism and pressing issues in the LGBTQ Community.Tym Moss is a popular NYC singer, actor, and radio/tv host who recently starred in the hit indie film “JUNK” to critical acclaim.
Bill Bennett is an Australian writer, producer and director of feature films and documentaries. In a career spanning more than thirty years, he's made sixteen feature films, four dramatized documentaries and five feature length documentaries. His feature films have won numerous awards, both in his home country of Australia, and internationally. In Australia, Bill has won Australian Film Institute Awards and Australian Film Critics Circle Awards for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Writer. In Bill's early television work he won two Logies – Australia's Emmy – for Television Reporter of the Year, and Most Outstanding Documentary. All these accolades are AMAZING however what I really wanted to talk to Bill about was his experience with 'intuition' which is the subject of his most recent film which came about as a result of Bill's near death experience narrowly escaped due to... you guessed it, intuition! We talk about what intuition is and how we experience and tap into it and we also talk about fear and it's relationship to intuition. Fascinating topics! BILL BENNETT Website: www.billbennett.com.au TIFFANEE COOK Linktree: https://linktr.ee/rollwiththepunches/ Website: www.rollwiththepunches.com.au LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/tiffaneecook/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/rollwiththepunchespodcast/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/rollwiththepunches_podcast/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/tiffaneeandco See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The year is 1986 and the nominees are: 1. Whoopi Goldberg - The Color Purple 2. Meryl Streep - Out of Africa 3. Jessica Lange - Sweet Dreams 4. Geraldine Page - The Trip to Bountiful 5. Anne Bancroft - Agnes of God - In 1986 Geraldine Page finally won her Oscar after being nominated 8 times over the course of 3 decades (similar to Glenn Close - 8 nominations over the course of 4 decades). When she won she was met with thunderous applause and a standing ovation. The industry felt she was overdue and wanted to celebrate her big moment, which is great, but was she the best actress that year? The Color Purple was nominated for 11 Oscars and won 0 and Steven Spielberg was even snubbed as Best Director. Many people thought Whoopi should have won for playing Celie -a black southern woman who struggles to find her identity after suffering abuse from her father and others over four decades. You also have Meryl Streep at her finest in the cinematic epic (and best Picture Winner) Out of Africa. This is a very stacked year. Jessica Lange gave an amazing performance as country singer Patsy Cline. Anne Bancroft played Mother Miriam Ruth in Agnes of God defending the possibility of an immaculate conception of one of her nuns (a role which Geraldine Page originated on Broadway and was nominated for a Tony). Much to discuss on this episode! Join host Kyle Brownrigg with guest host Mayce Galoni as they discuss.
Dano Cerny is an award winning music video & commercial director, currently living in Los Angeles. Originally from the Czech Republic, he studied at FAMU in Prague and received his masters in directing at American Film Institute (AFI). Dano is known for his outrageous and creative storytelling approach in music videos and commercials. Dano was nominated for Best Director at the 2019 MTV VMAs and won Best Dance Videothe same year. Artists: Sia, Diplo, Labrinth, Michaela Jae, Elle King, Pink, Dolly Parton, Bishop Briggs, The Chainsmokers, Halsey, Bebe Rexha, Demi Lovato, Sam Fischer, Gallants etc Brands: Spotify, Target, Mike's Hard Lemonade, Mtv Host: Jamie Neale @jamienealejn Discussing rituals and habitual patterns in personal and work life. We ask questions about how to become more aware of one self and the world around us, how do we become 360 with ourselves? Host Instagram: @jamienealejn Podcast Instagram: @360_yourself Music from Electric Fruit Produced by Tom Dalby Composed by Toby Wright Episode segments
WTOP Entertainment Reporter Jason Fraley chats with Richard Linklater to mark 20 years since he began filming "Boyhood," filming scenes every year for 12 years starting in 2002 for a literal coming-of-age story that's become a masterpiece of American cinema. They spoke during the film's release in 2014 en route to six Academy Award nominations and a pair of Golden Globe wins for Best Picture and Best Director. (Royalty-Free Theme Music: Scott Buckley's "Clarion")
In another themed episode, Nick and Sophia revisit Alfonso Cuarón's filmography and his two Best Director wins (among others) at The Oscars. After discussing what they love about the director, his style, and some of his earlier works, they break down his groundbreaking wins for ‘Gravity' (16:46) and ‘Roma' (27:49). Would they swap out one of those wins for another of his films? Find out and see if you agree as they rewrite Academy history (37:17).Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @oscarwildpodFollow Nick @sauerkraut27Follow Sophia @sophia_cimMusic: “The Greatest Adventure” by Jonathan Adamich
By Helen Cross. Gulliver is in the hospital and Rose wants to know why. There is danger everywhere and she must protect him. Eighteen-year-old Rose has come from Whitby to Manhattan to work as nanny to a glittering but secretive family. She's not like the other girls. And Gulliver is no ordinary baby. This is a world not just of champagne, but shadows, where all is definitely not as it seems. Stylish and surprising fantasy horror with a comic twist, starring Alexandra Mardell (Coronation Street) and Demetri Goritsas (Ten Percent). With music by Dana Margolin and Sam Yardley of Mercury-nominated band, Porridge Radio. Helen Cross wrote ‘My Summer of Love' which won a Betty Trask award and was made into a Bafta-winning film with Emily Blunt (recently rated her best film in The Guardian top ten Emily Blunt films). Mary Ward-Lowery won Best Director in 2020 Audio Drama Awards. Rose ... Alexandra Mardell Maya ... Miranda Braun Austin ... Demetri Goritsas Siobhan ... Deirdre Mullins Delphine ... Yasemin Özdemir Randy ... Michael Begley Art Guy ... Mathew Durkan Beatrice ... Alexandra Hannant Newsreader ...Tayla Kovacevic-Ebong Jason ... Joseph Tweedale Mam ... Jane Thornton Including the voices of Jo Makel, Paul Murphy, James Hoggarth, Freya Pollaidh, Augusta Chapman, Becky Ripley and Ben Casswell. Original music written and performed by Dana Margolin and Sam Yardley of Porridge Radio, and produced, mixed and engineered by Sam Yardley. Sound design by Ilse Lademann Producer Mary Ward-Lowery
by Helen Cross. Eighteen-year-old Rose travels from Whitby to New York to work as nanny to a glittering but secretive family. It's a culture shock and Rose seems unprepared for the mostly male attention she elicits. But it turns out she is quite capable of looking after herself: bloody revenge is her speciality. She's not like the other girls. And Gulliver is no ordinary baby. This is a world not just of champagne, but shadows, where all is definitely not as it seems. Stylish and surprising fantasy horror with a comic twist, starring Alexandra Mardell (Coronation Street) and Demetri Goritsas (Ten Percent). With music by Dana Margolin and Sam Yardley of Mercury-nominated band, Porridge Radio. Helen Cross wrote ‘My Summer of Love' which won a Betty Trask award and was made into a Bafta-winning film with Emily Blunt (recently rated her best film in The Guardian top ten Emily Blunt films). Mary Ward-Lowery won Best Director in 2020 Audio Drama Awards. Rose ... Alexandra Mardell Maya ... Miranda Braun Austin ... Demetri Goritsas Siobhan ... Deirdre Mullins Delphine ... Yasemin Özdemir Randy ... Michael Begley Art Guy ... Mathew Durkan Beatrice ... Alexandra Hannant Newsreader ...Tayla Kovacevic-Ebong Jason ... Joseph Tweedale Mam ... Jane Thornton Including the voices of Jo Makel, Paul Murphy, James Hoggarth, Freya Pollaidh, Augusta Chapman, Becky Ripley and Ben Casswell. Original music written and performed by Dana Margolin and Sam Yardley of Porridge Radio, and produced, mixed and engineered by Sam Yardley. Sound design by Ilse Lademann Producer Mary Ward-Lowery
by Helen Cross Rose has come from Whitby to Manhattan to work as a nanny for power couple Austin and Maya. Their baby Gulliver is... unusual. But then, so is Rose. Bloody revenge is her speciality. The body count is rising and she still has to work out where the dangers lie. Also she needs something expensive to wear to Maya's launch. Time to go shopping with the platinum credit card. Stylish and surprising fantasy horror with a comic twist, starring Alexandra Mardell (Coronation Street) and Demetri Goritsas (Ten Percent). With music by Dana Margolin and Sam Yardley of Mercury-nominated band, Porridge Radio. Helen Cross wrote ‘My Summer of Love' which won a Betty Trask award and was made into a Bafta-winning film with Emily Blunt (recently rated her best film in The Guardian top ten Emily Blunt films). Mary Ward-Lowery won Best Director in 2020 Audio Drama Awards. Rose ... Alexandra Mardell Maya ... Miranda Braun Austin ... Demetri Goritsas Siobhan ... Deirdre Mullins Delphine ... Yasemin Özdemir Randy ... Michael Begley Art Guy ... Mathew Durkan Beatrice ... Alexandra Hannant Newsreader ... Tayla Kovacevic-Ebong Jason ... Joseph Tweedale Mam ... Jane Thornton Including the voices of Jo Makel, Paul Murphy, James Hoggarth, Freya Pollaidh, Augusta Chapman, Becky Ripley and Ben Casswell. Original music written and performed by Dana Margolin and Sam Yardley of Porridge Radio, and produced, mixed and engineered by Sam Yardley. Sound design by Ilse Lademann Producer Mary Ward-Lowery
by Helen Cross. Eighteen-year-old Rose has travelled from Whitby to New York to work as a nanny to a wealthy and secretive family. Manhattan is a culture shock and she has to stay alert to the dangers all around her. But it turns out she is quite capable of looking after herself: bloody revenge is her speciality. She's not like the other girls. And Gulliver is no ordinary baby. This is a world not just of champagne, but shadows, where all is definitely not as it seems. Stylish and surprising fantasy horror with a comic twist, starring Alexandra Mardell (Coronation Street) and Demetri Goritsas (Ten Percent). With music by Dana Margolin and Sam Yardley of Mercury-nominated band, Porridge Radio. Helen Cross wrote ‘My Summer of Love' which won a Betty Trask award and was made into a Bafta-winning film with Emily Blunt (recently rated her best film in The Guardian top ten Emily Blunt films). Mary Ward-Lowery won Best Director in 2020 Audio Drama Awards. Rose ... Alexandra Mardell Maya ... Miranda Braun Austin ... Demetri Goritsas Siobhan ... Deirdre Mullins Delphine ... Yasemin Özdemir Randy ... Michael Begley Art Guy ... Mathew Durkan Beatrice ... Alexandra Hannant Newsreader ... Tayla Kovacevic-Ebong Jason ... Joseph Tweedale Mam ... Jane Thornton Including the voices of Jo Makel, Paul Murphy, James Hoggarth, Freya Pollaidh, Augusta Chapman, Becky Ripley and Ben Casswell. Original music written and performed by Dana Margolin and Sam Yardley of Porridge Radio, and produced, mixed and engineered by Sam Yardley. Sound design by Ilse Lademann Producer...Mary Ward-Lowery
Justin sits down with James Kerwin to chat!! DIRECTOR JAMES KERWIN's work has earned distinctions such as the Webby, the Telly, the Geekie, the Accolade, and the Panavision New Filmmaker Grant, in addition to numerous film festival grand jury prizes. He was named "Best Director" and "Best Screenwriter" by New York Visionfest for Yesterday Was a Lie, his feature film debut from Entertainment One and IndiePix. For several years, James served as a writer/director on the acclaimed fan-favorite web series Star Trek Continues. He's a member of Mensa and Phi Beta Kappa, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. https://www.contre-coup.com/ to sign up for newsletter updates and the Indiegogo link is on that page as well!! Follow us @3geekspodcast
On this special episode of the Gold Derby Show, editors Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen take one last look at the movies of the '90s with Oscars Playback 2000. The 72nd annual Academy Awards celebrated American Beauty and Joyce and Chris talk about the best movie year ever to figure out what the Oscars did right and what went wrong. Timestamps: Intro and our favorite 1999 films (0:00) Ceremony thoughts (34:20) Best Picture (44:55) Best Director (56:37) Best Actor (1:01:50) Best Actress (1:07:45) Best Supporting Actor (1:13:06) Best Supporting Actress (1:19:49) Screenplay awards (1:22:53) Music awards (1:26:06) Ranking the Best Picture winners of the '90s (1:30:40) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode we discuss two ground-breaking films from 1967: Bonnie and Clyde and The Graduate. We discuss the changing landscape of Hollywood films to include more violence and sexual themes in movies, but especially in the films of 1967. We talk about Warren Beatty's turn at being the actor-producer and Mike Nichols' win as Best Director. We also talk about Audrey Hepburn, her last Academy Award nomination for 1967's Wait Until Dark, her early life and start in Hollywood, and her immense contributions to the film industry and the world at large through her charity work. -- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thanktheacademypodcast Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/thankacademypod Email us your thoughts: email@example.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thank-the-academy/support
Ariel and Rabia sit down with Reid Davenport to discuss his new film, I Didn't See You There, which won Best Director at Sundance, Full Frame, and a number of other festivals. The film discusses life from the perspective of a wheelchair, as a filmmaker with cerebral palsy. When a circus tent goes up near his home, he contemplates the history of freak shows and the role they have played in disability representation and exploitation.Support the show
Korea24 – 2022.07.01. (Friday) News Briefing: A heat wave has struck most parts of South Korea with monsoon rains subsiding. But Typhoon Aere is forecast to hit the peninsula next week. (KOO Hee-jin) In-Depth News Analysis (Weekly Economy Review): The Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) announced it was raising electricity rates by the maximum level under the current pricing system this week. This has raised concerns over its potential impact on inflation. Meanwhile, the minimum wage for next year is set to be raised by 5%, and the Yoon administration has negatively assessed government funded “job projects”. For analysis on these topics Professor Yang Jun-sok from the Catholic University of Korea joins us in the studio. Korea Trending with Walter Lee: 1. Food delivery drivers are quitting their jobs as demand for food deliveries have dropped since the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions. (집콕 끝난 배달 시장 라이더 이탈 가속) 2. Customs authorities booked a delivery worker who attempted to smuggle marijuana in parcels sent from the US, with the drugs hidden in small dolls. (인형 뱃속에 무언가?…택배기사가 고객 정보로 마약 밀수) 3. Fire service authorities are trying to determine what led a 20-story building in downtown Seoul to shake for some five minutes on Friday. (종로 르메이에르 빌딩 흔들림 신고) Movie Spotlight: Film critics Jason Bechervaise and Darcy Paquet join us to review “Decision To Leave (헤어질 결심)”, which won Director Park Chan-wook the Best Director award at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year. They also review “TopGun: Maverick”, the sequel to the 1986 blockbuster starring Tom Cruise, which has already grossed over $1billion worldwide. Next Week From Seoul with Richard Larkin: - The Democratic Party (DP) is set to elect a new National Assembly speaker next Monday. - An internal ethics panel of the People Power Party (PPP) is set to make its ruling on party chairperson Lee Jun-seok(이준석) in relation to allegations of sexual bribery. - Spanish football team Sevilla FC is arriving in Seoul next Friday ahead of a friendly with the English Premier League team Tottenham Hotspur.
This week, Sophia and Nick cover Joseph L. Mankiewicz (brother to Herman aka “Mank” who wrote ‘Citizen Kane') and his unique record at The Oscars: winning Best Director and Best Screenplay in back-to-back years. They start off with a history of the man himself and how he made a name for himself in Hollywood (3:20) before covering A Letter To Three Wives (11:14) and another record-holding all-time classic, All About Eve (34:09).Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @oscarwildpodFollow Sophia @sophia_cimFollow Nick @sauerkraut27Music: “The Greatest Adventure” by Jonathan Adamich
In a way, this episode is like a do-it-yourself guide to how to launch your career as a filmmaker. Leslie speaks with Brenton Tyner Bryan about putting together funding for independent projects, establishing yourself as a filmmaker, finding the right crew, guerilla-style filming, finding a mentor, asking the right questions and much more. The lesson? Get out there and start, complete, learn the lessons and then do it again. This is a great episode.Brenton Tyner Bryan HOLLYWOOD - MAY 18, 2022 -- Multi-award winning director/actor/writer/choreographerBreton Tyner-Bryan will present the Los Angeles premiere of her short film “Delusione” at the25th Annual Dances With Films Festival, June 9-19, 2022.Starring Breton Tyner-Bryan (Winner World London IFF, Madrid IFF, Barcelona IFF) and EmilyUlrich (Other World), “Delusione” has been on the festival circuit at Paris International ShortFestival, New York International Women Festival, Bucharest Film Awards, Big Apple AGENTSAND MANAGERS Lab, ASVOFF14 Paris, and La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival.Described as “an examination of dissociation, as a means for survival and manipulation,” thepassionate and nuanced film follows the dancers as they explore an empty vintage hotel filledwith memories that probe the depths of their shared past, creating a mirage of illusion. The filmis an ethereal exploration of two characters entering and exiting one another's lives.“Delusione” has screened on the festival circuit including the French Riviera Film Festival May2022, Stockholm Short Film Festival February 2022, Paris Short Film Festival December 2021,Bucharest Film Awards December 2021, New York International Women's Film FestivalDecember 2021, ASVO Film Festival Paris November 2021, Big Apple Film Festival Agentsand Managers Lab November 2021.Additionally, Tyner-Bryan has two other films on the festival circuit this year: INVICTApremiering at La Jolla IFF (nominated for Best Cinematography, Best Fashion Dance, BestScore, Best Cast Ensemble) that will compete at Tokyo Shorts this month, and TIMELESSLOVE that won 22 awards at Vegas Movie Awards including Best Director and Best Editor.
Ok, so we haven't even reached the halfway point of 2022 yet, but it's never too early to think about next year's Oscars, right? From Martin Scorsese and Apple's 'Killers of the Flower Moon' to other returning Oscar champs like Viola Davis in 'The Woman King' and Olivia Colman in 'Empire of Light,' and other star-studded casts in Steven Spielberg's 'The Fabelmans' and Sarah Polley's 'Women Talking,' this awards season is looking mighty strong. Listen to Nick and Sophia's predicted nominees in the six big categories: Best Supporting Actor (2:55), Best Supporting Actress (12:33), Best Actor (19:46), Best Actress (29:06), Best Director (37:00), and Best Picture (42:08).Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @oscarwildpodFollow Nick @sauerkraut27Follow Sophia @sophia_cimMusic: “The Greatest Adventure” by Jonathan Adamich
We're so thrilled to have Martha on!! =========== Martha Patterson Coolidge was born on August 17, 1946 in New Haven Connecticut. She studied illustration at Rhode Island School of Design, but changed majors, becoming the first film major at the school. She attended and graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, where she received her Master's degree in Fine Arts. Coolidge's diverse project range has given her a reputation for eclectic taste. Among a long list of working with Hollywood's finest, Coolidge also discovered great talents like Nicolas Cage (Valley Girl (1983)), Val Kilmer (Real Genius (1985)) and James Gandolfini (Angie (1994)). In addition to working with talented artists, Coolidge has received many awards for her work. Recognition has included a Best Director "Spirit" Award from the Independent Feature Project West, the "Crystal Award" from Women in Film, the Maverick Award from the LeFemme Film Festival, the distinguished "Robert Aldrich Award" from the Directors Guild of America, the "Breakthrough Award" from Women, Men & Media, and "Lifetime Achievement Awards" from Methodfest, the Dallas Film Festival, a "Big Bear" from the Big Bear Film Festival and the "Award for Artist Excellence in Film" from Rhode Island School of Design. She has been inducted into the Connecticut Women's Hall of Fame and the Museum of Television and Radio, and also helped found the Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers, Inc. and the IFP. An avid horsewoman. Ms. Coolidge breeds and shows Paso Fino horses and holds several National Championship titles. She is married to the award-winning production designer James H. Spencer and has one son, Preston, named in honor of one of her idols, playwright and film director Preston Sturges. - IMDb Mini Biography By: Celebrity Loop
Abi and Matt figure out that movies change throughout the years. Should Argo have won Best Picture? Should Ben Affleck have been nominated for Best Director? Did I run out of questions to ask while I was writing this?