Podcasts about Elia Kazan

Greek-American film and theatre director, producer, screenwriter, novelist

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The Hatchards Podcast
Melissa Newman on Paul Newman, Her Iconic Father

The Hatchards Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 35:01


In this episode we spoke to Melissa Newman – daughter of Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward – about her father's posthumous memoir, 'Paul Newman: The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Man.'Created from transcripts of recordings originally made by Paul in the 1980s, these candid, reflective and deeply personal reminiscences are interspersed with excerpts of interviews from friends, family and colleagues – among them directors John Huston, Robert Altman and Elia Kazan; fellow actors Tom Cruise, Eva Marie Saint and Robert Wagner; and of course, Joanne Woodward herself – who was married to Newman from 1958 until his death in 2008. The result is a unique insight into one of the most iconic film actors of the twentieth century.In our conversation, Melissa spoke about her father's complex personality; the sometimes painful, sometimes funny experience of excavating her parents' past; the knottier truth hidden beneath the ostensibly perfect family exterior; Ethan Hawke's recent documentary about her parents, The Last Movie Stars; as well as Paul's insecurities as an actor and his conflicted relationship with fame.She was as open, charming, frank and funny as her father, rightly emphasising his many virtues while also unafraid to acknowledge his flaws.

The Opperman Report
Death of Natalie Wood

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 48:40


On November 29, 1981, Wood died under mysterious circumstances at age 43 during the making of Brainstorm. She had been on a weekend boat trip to Santa Catalina Island on board her husband Robert Wagner's 58-foot (18 m) motoryacht Splendour. Other than the fact that she drowned, many of the circumstances are unknown; for example, it has never been determined how she entered the water. Wood was with Wagner, Brainstorm co-star Christopher Walken, and Splendour's captain Dennis Davern on the evening of November 28.[b] Authorities recovered her body at 8 a.m. on November 29, one mile (1.6 km) away from the boat, with a small Valiant-brand inflatable dinghy beached nearby. Wagner said that she was not with him when he went to bed.[79] The autopsy report revealed that she had bruises on her body and arms, as well as an abrasion on her left cheek, but no indication as to how or when the injuries occurred.[5] Davern had previously stated that Wood and Wagner argued that evening, which Wagner denied at the time. In his memoir Pieces of My Heart, Wagner admitted that he had an argument with Wood before she disappeared.[5] The autopsy found that Wood's blood alcohol content was 0.14% and that there were traces of a motion-sickness pill and a painkiller in her bloodstream, both of which increase the effects of alcohol.[80] Los Angeles County coroner Thomas Noguchi ruled the cause of her death to be accidental drowning and hypothermia.[81] According to Noguchi, Wood had been drinking and she may have slipped while trying to re-board the dinghy.[5][82] Her sister Lana expressed doubts, alleging that Wood could not swim and had been "terrified" of water all her life, and that she would never have left the yacht on her own by dinghy.[83] Two witnesses who were on a nearby boat stated that they had heard a woman scream for help during the night.[84]Wood was buried in Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles. Representatives of international media, photographers, and members of the public tried to attend her funeral, but all were required to remain outside the cemetery walls. Among the celebrities were Frank Sinatra, Elizabeth Taylor, Fred Astaire, Rock Hudson, David Niven, Gregory Peck, Gene Kelly, Elia Kazan, and Laurence Olivier.[85] Olivier flew in from London in order to attend the service.[86]The case was reopened in November 2011 after Davern publicly stated that he had lied to police during the initial investigation and that Wood and Wagner had an argument that evening. He alleged that Wood had been flirting with Walken, that Wagner was jealous and enraged, and that Wagner had prevented Davern from turning on the search lights and notifying authorities after Wood's disappearance. Davern alleged that Wagner was responsible for her death.[5][87][88][89] Walken hired a lawyer, co-operated with the investigation, and was not considered a suspect by authorities.[90]In 2012, Los Angeles County Chief Coroner Lakshmanan Sathyavagiswaran amended Wood's death certificate and changed the cause of death from accidental drowning to "drowning and other undetermined factors".[91] The amended document included a statement that it is "not clearly established" how Wood ended up in the water. Detectives instructed the coroner's office not to discuss or comment on the case.[91] On January 14, 2013, the Los Angeles County coroner's office offered a 10-page addendum to Wood's autopsy report. The addendum stated that Wood might have sustained some of the bruises on her body before she went into the water, but that this could not be definitively determined.[92] Forensic pathologist Michael Hunter speculated that Wood was particularly susceptible to bruising because she had taken the drug Synthroid.[93] In 2020, a medical doctor and former intern of Noguchi at the time of Wood's death stated that the bruises were substantial and fitting for someone thrown out of a boat. He claimed that he made those observations to Noguchi.[94]In February 2018, Wagner was named a person of interest by the police in the investigation. The police stated that they know that Wagner was the last person to be with Wood before she disappeared.[95][96][97] In a 2018 report, the Los Angeles Times cited the coroner's report from 2013 saying that Wood had unexplained fresh bruising on her right forearm, left wrist, and right knee, a scratch on her neck, and a superficial scrape on her forehead. Officials said that it is possible that she was assaulted before she drowned.[98]

Stepping Off Now: For Creative & Sensitive Thinkers
E95. An Analysis of Elia Kazan's Actor's Vow (It's not just for actors!)

Stepping Off Now: For Creative & Sensitive Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 23:23


When I came across director/producer/actor/writer Elia Kazan's Actor's Vow a few months ago, I couldn't believe what I was reading. Here was a blueprint not just for how to act on stage or in front of the camera (Kazan was a proponent of method acting), but how to approach doing art of any kind. Not only that, it could be considered a statement on how to live, how to Be. In this episode I talk about living authentically, sharing our truth, and excavating the self for art in a compassionate way.The Actor's VowTranscriptWould You Like to Support My Work?Sign up for my newsletter!Buy me a coffee! You can give me a one-time donation using this link. Become a Patron of Stepping Off Now!

FilmSEEN Podcast
008 - David Proval

FilmSEEN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 56:45


David Proval is an American actor, known for his roles as Tony DeVienazo in the Martin Scorsese film MEAN STREETS (1973), Snooze in THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION (1994), Siegfried in FOUR ROOMS (1995) and as Richie Aprile on the HBO television series The Sopranos. On the podcast we discuss David's career, the craft of acting, working with Martin Scorsese, as well as two of David's favorite films, Elia Kazan's EAST OF EDEN and ON THE WATERFRONT starring Marlon Brando.  Hosted by Zef Cota  

MR DEMILLE FM
96: Elia Kazan

MR DEMILLE FM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 49:01


This show traces the life and career of Elia Kazan, one of the most celebrated American directors. For a full track listing of the music played in this podcast please visit www.mrdemillefm.com Please email us with comments, suggestions etc. The email address is info@mrdemillefm.com

Diary of an Actress with Rachel Bailit
Diary of an Actress Interview with Geoffrey Horne

Diary of an Actress with Rachel Bailit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 54:27


This week's podcast stars Geoffrey Horne: actor, director, teacher and movie star! Geoffrey is an original member of Lee Strasberg's Actor's Studio where he studied alongside Marilyn Monroe and Paul Newman. He starred in The Bridge on the River Kwai, was directed by Elia Kazan and worked with everyone from Geraldine Page to Jane Fonda, Geoffrey continues to teach acting at The Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute and direct Theater at Shakespeare Downtown.Co-Host - Author of Diary of an Actress - Executive Producer: Rachel BailitEditor - Producer : Max Bugrov

Outer Limits Of Inner Truth
Astroforecast For 2022-23 with Astrologer Constance Stellas

Outer Limits Of Inner Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 40:38


Astroforecast For 2022-23 with Astrologer Constance Stellas An original Virtue on the Outer Limits of Inner Truth since the first show in 2014, beloved Constance Stellas (the Astro-phenom) is back with an analysis on popular guest Martin Armstrong and Astroforecast for 2022-23. Constance Stellas (creator, author) is an actor (SAG-AFTRA/AEA), writer and astrologer. Her best-selling books include The Hidden Power of Everyday Things, The Astrology Gift Guide, Advanced Astrology for Life and The Everything Book of Sex Signs. This last book has gone into a second printing, been translated into French, and is available at both bookstores and Urban Outfitters. With over 25 years of astrology experience, she regularly consults the stars for clients from the arts, business, academia, and regular folks. A permanent guest on Sirius/XM's Broadminded, Constance has also had columns in Prestige Magazine (Singapore), Valley Life (LA), Scarlett Magazine (UK), and now blogs for the Huffington Post. She leads workshops at home and abroad in Greece, at the Oracle at Delphi. Check out Constance's latest books here!  As an actor, she's appeared in many off-Broadway productions. She was a member of the Jean Cocteau Repertory Theatre, New York's oldest classical rep theatre. She also performed under the direction of Elia Kazan at The Actors Studio Playwrights and Directors Unit. She played Nurse Darla in the indy feature, Stealing Martin Lane. Having appeared on numerous soap operas, her episode of As The World Turns was nominated for an Emmy. Tree of Keys, a graphic novel, is Constance's latest project. The comic tells the story of 12 orphans, who under the influence of the longest lunar eclipse of the century, are called to the tree of keys. Each orphan, born under a different star sign, has a special quest. Watched over by Zalinda, the Harmonizer, they journey to discover their inner most talents. As they transform to confront Nefos, the Distorter, as well as their own fears, these buoyant, bold kids become – Super Astro Heroes!

Il Bar della psicologia
#11 Psicologia e serie TV : "Un tram che si chiama Desiderio" - Elia Kazan | Spoiler alert I Tra Libido e Thanatos

Il Bar della psicologia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 60:51


OETA Movie Club Podcast
East of Eden (1955)

OETA Movie Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 23:00


This week on the OETA Movie Club Podcast we discuss "East of Eden". This film is a 1955  American period drama film directed by Elia Kazan, and loosely based on the fourth and final part of the 1952 novel of the same name by John Steinbeck. It is about a wayward young man who, while seeking his own identity, vies for the affection of his deeply religious father against his favored brother, thus retelling the story of Cain and Abel.The film stars James Dean (in his first major screen role), Julie Harris and Raymond Massey. Listen now wherever you get your podcasts and tune in to "East of Eden" on Saturday, October 1, 2022 at 9 pm on  OETA.

The Opperman Report'
Death of Natalie Wood

The Opperman Report'

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 48:40


On November 29, 1981, Wood died under mysterious circumstances at age 43 during the making of Brainstorm. She had been on a weekend boat trip to Santa Catalina Island on board her husband Robert Wagner's 58-foot (18 m) motoryacht Splendour. Other than the fact that she drowned, many of the circumstances are unknown; for example, it has never been determined how she entered the water. Wood was with Wagner, Brainstorm co-star Christopher Walken, and Splendour's captain Dennis Davern on the evening of November 28.[b] Authorities recovered her body at 8 a.m. on November 29, one mile (1.6 km) away from the boat, with a small Valiant-brand inflatable dinghy beached nearby. Wagner said that she was not with him when he went to bed.[79] The autopsy report revealed that she had bruises on her body and arms, as well as an abrasion on her left cheek, but no indication as to how or when the injuries occurred.[5] Davern had previously stated that Wood and Wagner argued that evening, which Wagner denied at the time. In his memoir Pieces of My Heart, Wagner admitted that he had an argument with Wood before she disappeared.[5] The autopsy found that Wood's blood alcohol content was 0.14% and that there were traces of a motion-sickness pill and a painkiller in her bloodstream, both of which increase the effects of alcohol.[80] Los Angeles County coroner Thomas Noguchi ruled the cause of her death to be accidental drowning and hypothermia.[81] According to Noguchi, Wood had been drinking and she may have slipped while trying to re-board the dinghy.[5][82] Her sister Lana expressed doubts, alleging that Wood could not swim and had been "terrified" of water all her life, and that she would never have left the yacht on her own by dinghy.[83] Two witnesses who were on a nearby boat stated that they had heard a woman scream for help during the night.[84]Wood was buried in Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles. Representatives of international media, photographers, and members of the public tried to attend her funeral, but all were required to remain outside the cemetery walls. Among the celebrities were Frank Sinatra, Elizabeth Taylor, Fred Astaire, Rock Hudson, David Niven, Gregory Peck, Gene Kelly, Elia Kazan, and Laurence Olivier.[85] Olivier flew in from London in order to attend the service.[86]The case was reopened in November 2011 after Davern publicly stated that he had lied to police during the initial investigation and that Wood and Wagner had an argument that evening. He alleged that Wood had been flirting with Walken, that Wagner was jealous and enraged, and that Wagner had prevented Davern from turning on the search lights and notifying authorities after Wood's disappearance. Davern alleged that Wagner was responsible for her death.[5][87][88][89] Walken hired a lawyer, co-operated with the investigation, and was not considered a suspect by authorities.[90]In 2012, Los Angeles County Chief Coroner Lakshmanan Sathyavagiswaran amended Wood's death certificate and changed the cause of death from accidental drowning to "drowning and other undetermined factors".[91] The amended document included a statement that it is "not clearly established" how Wood ended up in the water. Detectives instructed the coroner's office not to discuss or comment on the case.[91] On January 14, 2013, the Los Angeles County coroner's office offered a 10-page addendum to Wood's autopsy report. The addendum stated that Wood might have sustained some of the bruises on her body before she went into the water, but that this could not be definitively determined.[92] Forensic pathologist Michael Hunter speculated that Wood was particularly susceptible to bruising because she had taken the drug Synthroid.[93] In 2020, a medical doctor and former intern of Noguchi at the time of Wood's death stated that the bruises were substantial and fitting for someone thrown out of a boat. He claimed that he made those observations to Noguchi.[94]In February 2018, Wagner was named a person of interest by the police in the investigation. The police stated that they know that Wagner was the last person to be with Wood before she disappeared.[95][96][97] In a 2018 report, the Los Angeles Times cited the coroner's report from 2013 saying that Wood had unexplained fresh bruising on her right forearm, left wrist, and right knee, a scratch on her neck, and a superficial scrape on her forehead. Officials said that it is possible that she was assaulted before she drowned.[98]

The Opperman Report
Death of Natalie Wood

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 48:40


On November 29, 1981, Wood died under mysterious circumstances at age 43 during the making of Brainstorm. She had been on a weekend boat trip to Santa Catalina Island on board her husband Robert Wagner's 58-foot (18 m) motoryacht Splendour. Other than the fact that she drowned, many of the circumstances are unknown; for example, it has never been determined how she entered the water. Wood was with Wagner, Brainstorm co-star Christopher Walken, and Splendour's captain Dennis Davern on the evening of November 28.[b] Authorities recovered her body at 8 a.m. on November 29, one mile (1.6 km) away from the boat, with a small Valiant-brand inflatable dinghy beached nearby. Wagner said that she was not with him when he went to bed.[79] The autopsy report revealed that she had bruises on her body and arms, as well as an abrasion on her left cheek, but no indication as to how or when the injuries occurred.[5] Davern had previously stated that Wood and Wagner argued that evening, which Wagner denied at the time. In his memoir Pieces of My Heart, Wagner admitted that he had an argument with Wood before she disappeared.[5] The autopsy found that Wood's blood alcohol content was 0.14% and that there were traces of a motion-sickness pill and a painkiller in her bloodstream, both of which increase the effects of alcohol.[80] Los Angeles County coroner Thomas Noguchi ruled the cause of her death to be accidental drowning and hypothermia.[81] According to Noguchi, Wood had been drinking and she may have slipped while trying to re-board the dinghy.[5][82] Her sister Lana expressed doubts, alleging that Wood could not swim and had been "terrified" of water all her life, and that she would never have left the yacht on her own by dinghy.[83] Two witnesses who were on a nearby boat stated that they had heard a woman scream for help during the night.[84]Wood was buried in Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles. Representatives of international media, photographers, and members of the public tried to attend her funeral, but all were required to remain outside the cemetery walls. Among the celebrities were Frank Sinatra, Elizabeth Taylor, Fred Astaire, Rock Hudson, David Niven, Gregory Peck, Gene Kelly, Elia Kazan, and Laurence Olivier.[85] Olivier flew in from London in order to attend the service.[86]The case was reopened in November 2011 after Davern publicly stated that he had lied to police during the initial investigation and that Wood and Wagner had an argument that evening. He alleged that Wood had been flirting with Walken, that Wagner was jealous and enraged, and that Wagner had prevented Davern from turning on the search lights and notifying authorities after Wood's disappearance. Davern alleged that Wagner was responsible for her death.[5][87][88][89] Walken hired a lawyer, co-operated with the investigation, and was not considered a suspect by authorities.[90]In 2012, Los Angeles County Chief Coroner Lakshmanan Sathyavagiswaran amended Wood's death certificate and changed the cause of death from accidental drowning to "drowning and other undetermined factors".[91] The amended document included a statement that it is "not clearly established" how Wood ended up in the water. Detectives instructed the coroner's office not to discuss or comment on the case.[91] On January 14, 2013, the Los Angeles County coroner's office offered a 10-page addendum to Wood's autopsy report. The addendum stated that Wood might have sustained some of the bruises on her body before she went into the water, but that this could not be definitively determined.[92] Forensic pathologist Michael Hunter speculated that Wood was particularly susceptible to bruising because she had taken the drug Synthroid.[93] In 2020, a medical doctor and former intern of Noguchi at the time of Wood's death stated that the bruises were substantial and fitting for someone thrown out of a boat. He claimed that he made those observations to Noguchi.[94]In February 2018, Wagner was named a person of interest by the police in the investigation. The police stated that they know that Wagner was the last person to be with Wood before she disappeared.[95][96][97] In a 2018 report, the Los Angeles Times cited the coroner's report from 2013 saying that Wood had unexplained fresh bruising on her right forearm, left wrist, and right knee, a scratch on her neck, and a superficial scrape on her forehead. Officials said that it is possible that she was assaulted before she drowned.[98]

ZKM | Karlsruhe /// Veranstaltungen /// Events
Splendor in the Grass | David Amram and Doug Yeager

ZKM | Karlsruhe /// Veranstaltungen /// Events

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 44:45


Conversation between David Amram and Doug Yeager in the context of the film screening / Moderation: Wolfgang Knapp (ZKM) [20.10.2021] David Amram returns! To celebrate his 90th birthday, the ZKM showed the Hollywood classic »Splendor in the Grass«, for which he wrote the score. The 1961 U.S. feature film »Splendor in the Grass« by Elia Kazan tells the tragic love story of Wilma Dean and Bud Stamper. Set in a small town in Kansas in 1928, their love is hindered by bourgeois morals, family expectations and different origins. Rejection, self-discovery, as well as turning away from one's parents' home play a crucial role, referencing the »coming-of-age« genre. Winner of the Photoplay Award, three Golden Globe nominations and many other awards, the film is considered a classic in American film history and helped the young actress Natalie Wood to her breakthrough. The screening was followed by a light-hearted conversation between David Amram and manager, producer and filmmaker Doug Yeager.

A Piece of Pie: The Queer Film Podcast
Episode 95 - A Streetcar Named Desire & Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

A Piece of Pie: The Queer Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 77:40


This week we're taking a look back to the 1950's, the Hays Code, and repressed homosexuality. Tennessee Williams won several awards for his works, including a Pulitzer and a Tony, but when Hollywood came calling, they had some changes they needed to make. For this episode, we're joined by Chris and Rob to discuss Williams' provocative plays, Hollywood adaptations, and Paul Newman's steely blue eyes. 

Back To One
Austin Pendleton

Back To One

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 94:53


Austin Pendleton might be best known for “My Cousin Vinny,” or “What's Up Doc?” but the 82 year old actor, director, playwright, and teacher is a one-man theater institution. It almost seems like there isn't a great play that he hasn't performed or directed, somewhere, in his 60+ years in the business, and he's not slowing down in the slightest. In this epic, 90 minute episode, what Meryl Streep said of Pendleton will ring true—“there's no line between the man and his work.” He talks about his latest performance, in the celebrated new Tracy Letts play “The Minutes,” then takes us back half-a-century to the the first production of “Fiddler On The Roof,” and tells a few incredible stories of working with the great Jerome Robbins. I ask him how teaching feeds his acting work. He shares some important lessons he's learned from his teachers (like Uta Hagen, Bobby Lewis, and Elia Kazan), legendary actors (like Jo Van Fleet and Kim Stanley), and disasters (like when a horrifically bad review kept him away from substantial roles for 7 years). He leaves us with a vow he made in 1958, which he still lives by, that just might be the secret to his longevity in this emotional roller-coaster of a profession. Plus much more! Sit back and let this great sage of the stage take you on a journey through the life of an actor in a deep, enduring love affair with the work.  Follow Back To One on Instagram

Significant Others
Mark Harris on Molly Day Thacher and Elia Kazan

Significant Others

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 22:38


Journalist and biographer Mark Harris joins Liza to discuss the legacy of Elia Kazan and whether or not there is such a thing as a happy ending in Hollywood.

Significant Others
Molly Day Thacher

Significant Others

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 47:27


Legendary filmmaker Elia Kazan gave us such cinematic classics as On the Waterfront and A Streetcar Named Desire, but he made himself a pariah when he named names to the government. Without his wife, Molly Day Thacher, he might never have made his controversial decision–nor even had a career to begin with.Starring: Lisa Kudrow as Molly Day Thacher and Paul F. Tompkins as Elia Kazan. Also featuring: Jack McBrayer, Jim Rash, Adam O'Byrne and Larry Powell. Source List:A Life, by Elia KazanElia Kazan, by Richard SchickelTennessee Williams & Elia Kazan: A Collaboration in the Theatre, by Brenda MurphyTennessee Williams, Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh, by John Lahr“A Statement”, by Elia Kazan“You Must Remember This” Podcast

Out of the Podcast
Panic in the Streets (1950)

Out of the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 53:08


Mask up and join the lads as they watch the very timely sickness noir Panic in the Streets from director Elia Kazan and starring Richard Widmark, Paul Douglas, Barbara Bel Geddes and a truly terrifying Jack Palance in his film debut - it's a shocking thrill ride through and through! (Note: for those who want to get straight to the business, the movie talk starts at 10:16) Questions, comments or vaccines? therealoutofthepodcast@gmail.com SNAP SNAP: instagram.com/outofthepodcast TWEET TWEET: twitter.com/outofthecast

Death By DVD
NOW that's what I call DUNE

Death By DVD

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 20:26


NOW...That's what I call DUNE! Have you ever wanted to hear the sounds of DUNE from the comfort of your very own home? Well have a sniff of spice and get your headphones! You have GOT to hear this episode of DEATH BY DVD, all about NOW : THAT'S WHAT I CALL DUNE! The sounds of DUNE! NEW EPISODES COMING SOON!HEY, while you're still here.. have you heard...DEATH BY DVD PRESENTS : WHO SHOT HANK? The first of its kind (On this show, at least) an all original narrative audio drama exploring the murder of this shows very host, HANK THE WORLDS GREATEST! Explore WHO SHOT HANK, starting with the MURDER!  A Death By DVD New Year Mystery  WHO SHOT HANK : PART ONE  WHO SHOT HANK : PART TWO  WHO SHOT HANK : PART THREE  WHO SHOT HANK : PART FOUR  WHO SHOT HANK PART 5 : THE BEGINNING OF THE END WHO SHOT HANK PART 6 THE FINALE : EXEUNT OMNES   The Death By DVD SENTINEL remix theme by LINUS FITNESS-CENTRE

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Back Pocket Films
Wild River

Back Pocket Films

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 49:57


David introduces Devon to a rarely screened, little known Elia Kazan film from 1960 starring Lee Remick, Jo Van Fleet, and a very emotional performance from Montgomery Clift

Death By DVD
New episodes every TWO weeks

Death By DVD

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 7:18


Brand new episodes of DEATH BY DVD are currently available for your listening displeasure EVERY TWO WEEKS. Two, count 'em 2, weeks! Be sure to subscribe at www.deathbydvd.com to receive e-mail updates on new episodes & when they come out + news, merch discounts & more. HEY, while you're still here.. have you heard...DEATH BY DVD PRESENTS : WHO SHOT HANK? The first of its kind (On this show, at least) an all original narrative audio drama exploring the murder of this shows very host, HANK THE WORLDS GREATEST! Explore WHO SHOT HANK, starting with the MURDER!  A Death By DVD New Year Mystery  WHO SHOT HANK : PART ONE  WHO SHOT HANK : PART TWO  WHO SHOT HANK : PART THREE  WHO SHOT HANK : PART FOUR  WHO SHOT HANK PART 5 : THE BEGINNING OF THE END WHO SHOT HANK PART 6 THE FINALE : EXEUNT OMNES   The Death By DVD SENTINEL remix theme by LINUS FITNESS-CENTRE

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Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso
Ethan Hawke, Here and Then

Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 71:07 Very Popular


Ethan Hawke has spent three decades telling stories. His latest project, The Last Movie Stars, honors two legends that inspired him to do so: Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward. Today, he joins us to unpack the new docuseries (9:24), starting with his introduction to Paul Newman through Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (12:13). Then, Hawke reflects on his personal history: growing up with his mother on the east coast (16:43), his on-screen debut at fifteen in Explorers with River Phoenix (20:04), the enduring legacy of Robin Williams (25:57), and how Richard Linklater's Before trilogy transformed his career (33:01). On the back-half, we revisit a memorable scene from Before Midnight (42:28), how capturing Chet Baker in Born to Be Blue helped Hawke process loss (52:31), what he learned about longevity from director Paul Schrader (55:29) and how that definition evolved in making The Last Movie Stars (58:32). To close– we discuss the importance of family (1:02:12), Hawke's hopes for his third act (1:04:24), and why he continues to honor The Actor's Vow by Elia Kazan (1:07:38).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Colin McEnroe Show
The Nose looks at the art of organizing bookshelves, ‘The Last Movie Stars,' and more

The Colin McEnroe Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 49:00


This week's Nose poured gasoline on the tapes and lit them on fire. Armageddon and Deep Impact and Antz and A Bug's Life in 1998. The Illusionist and The Prestige in 2006. Olympus Has Fallen and White House Down in 2013. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madnessand Everything Everywhere All at Once this year. What is the deal with Hollywood sometimes putting out multiple movies about the same thing at the same time? And: How do you organize your bookshelves? By subject? Author? Title? Color? Size? …Not at all? And finally: The Last Movie Stars is a six-part HBO docuseries directed by Ethan Hawke. It “chronicles Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward's iconic careers and decades-long partnership” and features the voices of Laura Linney as Joanne Woodward, George Clooney as Paul Newman, Karen Allen as Frances Woodward, Brooks Ashmanskas as Gore Vidal, Bobby Cannavale as Elia Kazan, Vincent D'Onofrio as John Huston and Karl Malden, Oscar Isaac as Sydney Pollack, Tom McCarthy as Sidney Lumet, Sam Rockwell as Stuart Rosenberg, Mark Ruffalo as Meade Roberts, and many more. Some other stuff that happened this week, give or take: ‘Goodfellas,' ‘Law & Order' actor Paul Sorvino dies at 83 David Warner, British Actor Known for ‘The Omen' and ‘Tron,' Dies at 80 Bob Rafelson, Director of ‘Five Easy Pieces' and Co-Creator of ‘The Monkees,' Dies at 89 The maverick filmmaker worked with Jack Nicholson on seven features, and his company produced ‘The Last Picture Show.' Tony Dow, Big Brother Wally on ‘Leave It to Beaver,' Dies at 77 He went on to a varied career as an actor, director, producer and sculptor, but he could never shake his association with the sitcom that brought him stardom. His death came a day after it was announced erroneously. Claes Oldenburg Dies at 93; Pop Artist Made the Everyday Monumental Taking ordinary objects like hamburgers and household items, he sculpted them in unfamiliar, often imposing dimensions — what he called his “Colossal Monuments.” Shonka Dukureh, Who Played Big Mama Thornton in ‘Elvis,' Dies at 44 Janeane Garofalo Never Sold Out. What a Relief. That concept might be the reason her trailblazing stand-up career has been overshadowed; it may also be the reason she's still so sharp, our critic argues. How fake accounts and a powder-keg fandom helped Zack Snyder restore his Justice League It might be hard to believe, but the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement was even weirder than we thought Jennifer Lopez Becomes Jennifer Affleck, Now Please Sign Up for Her Newsletter And other reflections on her recent wedding. Raving for Shrek, the Swamp Comes to Brooklyn A party in East Williamsburg invited fans of the 2001 film to translate into reality their online obsessions with the titular ogre. Can't Talk, I'm Busy Being Hot A social media movement inspired by the rapper Megan Thee Stallion strikes back at the gatekeepers of beauty. The 50 Greatest Fictional Deaths of All Time The most tearjerking, hilarious, satisfying, and shocking death scenes in 2,500 years of culture. Amazon Is Giving Prime Video Its Biggest Redesign In Years New navigation, a top 10 list, and a very familiar look and feel How Did Yellowstone, America's Most Popular Show, Get Totally Ignored by the Emmys? Taylor Sheridan's universe of shows is a juggernaut, but awards still go to “stuff that appeals to the coastal elite.” Quidditch rebrands as quadball and further distances itself from Harry Potter author ‘The Bear' Is Why We Must End The Reign Of TV's Vibes Cartel Celebrities Continue to Be Richer Than You TVs Are Too Good Now Why does Home Alone look better than the latest Marvel fare on the most advanced displays? America's Most Misunderstood Marsupial The opossum might be snarly and a little bit scraggly, but she deserves our admiration. Velveeta Releases Cheese-Infused Martini That's Garnished with Pasta Shells The brand teamed up with BLT Restaurant Group for the unconventional creation Five-time world chess champion Magnus Carlsen says he will not defend his title This goat is all ears. REALLY! They may be the longest in goat history Tom Cruise Really Could Finally Win an Oscar for Top Gun: Maverick It's a long shot, sure. But with the legacy sequel the undeniable success story of the summer, it's likely the best opportunity the Academy will ever have to give Cruise the gold. YouTube hit Channel 5 News is “reporting for people who don't watch the news” “People who don't watch the news watch me. People who watch the news don't watch me.” A Minneapolis venue canceled a Dave Chappelle set hours before showtime Dave Chappelle Opens for Kevin Hart and Chris Rock at Madison Square Garden People Are Saying The TikTok Pink Sauce Is "Disgusting,” But The Way People Are Treating Its Creator Is Also Leaving A Bad Taste In My Mouth “I feel like Madonna or Beyoncé just tripped onstage and I woke up with their phone in my hand.” Ken Jennings Makes Circumcision Joke On ‘Jeopardy!' And Fans Say It's A Cut Above The host put some skin in the game in his return. The Choco Taco is gone for good ‘Full Frontal with Samantha Bee' is canceled by TBS after 7 seasons The series was one of the few late-night shows hosted by a woman The Case of the $5,000 Springsteen Tickets Triumphant fans showed up in Ticketmaster's queue with special codes, only to encounter its “dynamic pricing” system. Was the Boss OK with that? What's the Deal With Water Bottles? GUESTS: Rebecca Castellani: Co-founder of Quiet Corner Communications and a freelance writer Illeana Douglas: Movie and television star Taneisha Duggan: Director, producer, and arts consultant The Colin McEnroe Show is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode! Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Colin McEnroe and Cat Pastor contributed to this show.  Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Greatest Movie Of All-Time
On the Waterfront (1954)

Greatest Movie Of All-Time

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 66:03


Dana and Tom discuss the last of their month of Best Picture winners with one of the great Crime Dramas in American Cinema with On the Waterfront (1954): directed by Elia Kazan, written by Budd Schulberg, starring Marlon Brando, Eva Marie Saint, Karl Malden, Rod Steiger, and Lee J. Cobb. Plot Summary: Dockworker Terry Malloy (Marlon Brando) had been an up-and-coming boxer until ordered to throw a fight by powerful local mob boss Johnny Friendly (Lee J. Cobb). Terry, now working for Friendly, helps set up another longshoreman, Joey Doyle, who is talking to the Waterfront Crime Commissioner. Not knowing that he was helping Friendly in Joey's murder, Terry's conscience is disturbed, and he starts questioning his involvement. Circumstances place Terry around Joey's sister, Edie (Eva Marie Saint) and a romance develops. This relationship, together with the advice and support of streetwise priest Father Barry (Karl Malden), pushes Terry to decide his path. Does he stand up to Friendly and turn his back on Friendly's right-hand man, Terry's brother Charley (Rod Steiger), risking his own life and safety, or does Terry "follow the code" and remain silent? You can now follow us on Instagram, Twitter, or TikTok (@gmoatpodcast) or find our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100081916827044 (Greatest Movie of All-Time Podcast). For more on the episode, go to: https://www.ronnyduncanstudios.com/post/on-the-waterfront-1954 (https://www.ronnyduncanstudios.com/post/on-the-waterfront-1954) For the entire list so far, go to: https://www.ronnyduncanstudios.com/post/greatest-movie-of-all-time-list (https://www.ronnyduncanstudios.com/post/greatest-movie-of-all-time-list)

Death By DVD
That's Politics, Innit? : Death By DVD does Withnail & I

Death By DVD

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 123:26


On this episode of Death By DVD we've gone on holiday by mistake. The 1987 British black comedy WITHNAIL & I is discussed at length! Possibly the quintessential British movie, join THE Linus Fitness-Centre & Harry-Scott as they pour a shot of lighter fluid and get into the politics of WITHNAIL & I. Two out-of-work actors -- the anxious, luckless Marwood (Paul McGann) and his acerbic, alcoholic friend, Withnail (Richard E. Grant) -- spend their days drifting between their squalid flat, the unemployment office and the pub. When they take a holiday "by mistake" at the country house of Withnail's flamboyantly gay uncle, Monty (Richard Griffiths), they encounter the unpleasant side of the English countryside: tedium, terrifying locals and torrential rain.This is an episode you DON'T wanna miss! And remember all hairdressers are in the employment of the government. Hair are your aerials. They pick up signals from the cosmos and transmit them directly into the brain. This is the reason bald-headed men are uptight.HEY, while you're still here.. have you heard...DEATH BY DVD PRESENTS : WHO SHOT HANK? The first of its kind (On this show, at least) an all original narrative audio drama exploring the murder of this shows very host, HANK THE WORLDS GREATEST! Explore WHO SHOT HANK, starting with the MURDER!  A Death By DVD New Year Mystery  WHO SHOT HANK : PART ONE  WHO SHOT HANK : PART TWO  WHO SHOT HANK : PART THREE  WHO SHOT HANK : PART FOUR  WHO SHOT HANK PART 5 : THE BEGINNING OF THE END WHO SHOT HANK PART 6 THE FINALE : EXEUNT OMNES   The Death By DVD SENTINEL remix theme by LINUS FITNESS-CENTRE

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Death By DVD
Previews Of Coming Attractions

Death By DVD

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 13:30


DEATH BY DVD is now releasing episodes EVERY other week! This not REALLY an episode, but an episode details just that & serves as a reminder that FOR NOW...Just for now...DEATH BY DVD is releasing episodes every TWO weeks + for the first time ever, we are telling you what the next episode is! For the 13 years of Death By DVD we have always kept the next episode secret. From the live era to now, what is DEATH BY DVD doing next? No one knows! NOW, FINALLY, you know! And when you know, well, you know! NEW EPISODES EVERY OTHER WEEK + EPISODE UPDATES!  LISTEN NOW! DEATH BY DVD PRESENTS : WHO SHOT HANK? The first of its kind (On this show, at least) an all original narrative audio drama exploring the murder of this shows very host, HANK THE WORLDS GREATEST! Explore WHO SHOT HANK, starting with the MURDER!  A Death By DVD New Year Mystery  WHO SHOT HANK : PART ONE  WHO SHOT HANK : PART TWO  WHO SHOT HANK : PART THREE  WHO SHOT HANK : PART FOUR  WHO SHOT HANK PART 5 : THE BEGINNING OF THE END WHO SHOT HANK PART 6 THE FINALE : EXEUNT OMNES   The Death By DVD SENTINEL remix theme by LINUS FITNESS-CENTRE