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Gold Derby
Emmys Comedy: Hacks Makes Its Case to Beat Ted Lasso

Gold Derby

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 53:29


On this episode of the Gold Derby Show, editors Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen get their lolz on to talk about the comedy series categories at the 2022 Emmys. Joyce and Chris weigh in on Hacks versus Ted Lasso versus Barry (00:10). Then, Joyce and Chris touch on the new season of Stranger Things (45:20) and whether it can shake up the drama categories. To make your Emmy picks, head to https://www.goldderby.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
Broadcaster Lesley Visser and Los Angeles Times deputy sports editor Iliana Limón Romero

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 101:23


Episode 206 of the Sports Media Podcast features a conversation with Lesley Visser, the sports broadcaster and commentator who this month will be the first woman to receive the Emmys' Sports Lifetime Achievement Award. She is followed by Iliana Limón Romero who this month became the first female sports editor in its history, and the only Latina sports editor at a major U.S. newspaper.  In this podcast Visser discusses ice fishing with John Madden in Minneapolis and her relationship with Madden; being honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award; her years at The Boston Globe as a writer; covering the fall of the Berlin Wall; working the Celtics-Lakers NBA Finals in 1984 and other memorable finals; coming up in an age prior to social media; not being allowed in clubhouses because of her gender; Al Michaels' move to Amazon; if she misses sports television; her podcast with Sirius, and much more.  Romero discusses what a sports editor at a major metro daily like the LA Times does daily; how you cover Los Angeles given its large spread; whether she thinks digital-first or print first; who she envisions as the LA Times reader; being the only Latina sports editor at a major U.S. newspaper; what it's like covering the Lakers; the most press-friendly in L.A.; how you staff high school sports coverage; the interest in USC Football; how she looks at audio, and much more.  You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Heilman & Haver
Heilman & Haver - Episode 62 (Guest George Stevens Jr.)

Heilman & Haver

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 42:59


Welcome to Heilman & Haver - Episode 62.  We hope you enjoy the show! Please join the conversation - email us with thoughts and ideas and connect with the show on Facebook and Twitter and Instagram and on our new website: www.heilmanandhaver.com!   IN THE SPOTLIGHT: George Stevens Jr. Welcome to Episode 62 and a very special interview with award-winning director, writer, producer, and playwright George Stevens Jr.  Mr. Stevens's new book My Place in the Sun hits shelves May 17th, 2022.  It's the story of how the son of a celebrated Hollywood director emerged from his father's shadow to claim his own place as a major force in American culture. Stevens tells an intimate and moving tale of his relationship with his Oscar-winning father and his own exciting career in Hollywood and our nation's capital. Fascinating people, priceless stories and a behind-the-scenes view of some of America's major cultural and political events grace this riveting memoir. Mr. Stevens is the founder of the American Film Institute, creator of the AFI Life Achievement Award and the Kennedy Center Honors and has served as co-chair of the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities for President Obama. His awards and honors include fifteen Emmys, eight Writers Guild Awards, two Peabody Awards, the Humanitas Prize and the 2012 Honorary Academy Award. He is the author of Conversations with the Great Moviemakers of Hollywood's Golden Age at The American Film Institute and the Broadway play Thurgood.  He joined us from his home in WA DC.

Creatively Christian
Selling Your Script – Sean Paul Murphy

Creatively Christian

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 48:08


Screenwriter Sean Paul Murphy is on the Creatively Christian podcast, interviewed by Brannon Hollingsworth. In this episode, Sean discusses the current best ways to query agents and producers with your scripts, including the pros and cons of contests and how to find the contact information for the right people. Sean also talks about writing faith-based scripts, how to decide what jobs to take, and writing in different genres. Lastly, he discusses his approach to telling meaningful stories. Sean Paul Murphy is an author and award-winning screenwriter. He has written fourteen feature films including Hidden Secrets, Sarah's Choice, The Encounter, and the Revelation Road trilogy. He is a 2012 winner of the Kairos Prize for Screenwriting. A series of short true-crime films he wrote for the FBI won a combined six Emmys on the Pentagon Channel. He is the author of a memoir The Promise, or the Pros and Cons of Talking with God, and a novel Chapel Street, which was inspired by a haunting his family experienced. Both books were traditionally published by TouchPoint Press. A streaming series based on his Revelation Road films is currently being shot by Sony in South Africa. He also works for Discovery and periodically teaches screenwriting at Towson University. This episode can also be found on YouTube. Show Notes The following resources were mentioned in the show or are useful resources recommended by the guests. Links might be marked as affiliates, meaning we earn a commission if you buy through the link. IMDb Pro - https://pro.imdb.com/signup/index.html "Chapel Street" by Sean Paul Murphy - https://amzn.to/3kYZlPh [Affilaite}"The Promise, or The Pros and Cons of Talking With God" by Sean Paul Murphy - https://amzn.to/3whZToN [Affiliate] Learn More About Our Guest You can follow this guest on several platforms, including: Sean's IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0614701/Sean's Blog: https://seanpaulmurphyville.blogspot.com/Sean's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sean.p.murphy.60Sean's Twitter: https://twitter.com/SeanPaulMurphy Credits Support this show and get access to exclusive content by donating at Patreon.com/CreativelyChristian. This show is produced by Theophany Media. The theme music is by Bill Brooks and Andrea Sandefur. Our logo is by Bill Brooks. This show is hosted by Brannon Hollingsworth, Andrea Sandefur, Dave Ebert, and Rachel Anna. Jake Doberenz produces. Follow Theophany Media and the podcast on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

TV Talk with Dominic Patten and Pete Hammond
The Return of Broadcast TV to the Emmys

TV Talk with Dominic Patten and Pete Hammond

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 20:26


On this week's TV Talk, Pete and Dominic discuss whether Broadcast TV even stands a chance at the Emmys anymore. Plus, a snippet of Pete's conversation with the cast and creator of 'Better Call Saul'. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Gold Derby
Emmys Drama: Succession vs. Squid Game vs. This Is Us?

Gold Derby

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 52:26


On this episode of the Gold Derby Show, editors Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen discuss the drama categories at the 2022 Emmy Awards, with special focus on "Succession," "Winning Time," and "This Is Us." (00:10). Then, Joyce and Chris spoil the hell out of "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness." (45:36). To make your Emmy picks, head to https://www.goldderby.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

VO BOSS Podcast
BOSS Voces: When Things are Slow

VO BOSS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 27:23


Although we wish it were true, companies don't need VO produced 365 days a year. So what do you do when things are slow? Anne & Pilar have learned that the ebb and flow is all part of the biz. The amount of auditions you receive is not indicative of your worth, but it does feel good to be busy. Filling your time with classes, coaching, and market research during down time can prepare you for when the busy season comes again, but slow days can also be times to relax + restore your hard working voice, mind, and body like a true #VOBOSS. Transcript >> It's time to take your business to the next level, the BOSS level! These are the premiere Business Owner Strategies and Successes being utilized by the industry's top talent today. Rock your business like a BOSS, a VO BOSS! Now let's welcome your host, Anne Ganguzza. Pilar: Hola, BOSS Voces. Bienvenidos al podcast con Anne Ganguzza y Pilar Uribe. Anne: Hey everyone. Welcome to the VO BOSS podcast. I'm your host Anne Ganguzza, and I am super excited to be back with special guest cohost Pilar Uribe. Hey Pilar. How are you today? Pilar: I am good, Anne, and it's, uh, it's a little slow today. Anne: Yeah. You know what? That happens in our industry. We have days where, gosh, every time I turn around, there's something else to do. And I love those days. They're crazy days. But then there are days when it's slow. Back in the early days, Pilar, I used to like question, oh my God is what's happening? Like, should I get out of the industry? Like I haven't heard from any of my clients. I didn't book any gigs today. So what do I even do? So that would be a good topic for discussion today. Pilar: It's funny because I think that voice actors tend to equate their worth with the amount of auditions they get, which has absolutely nothing to do with them. Anne: auditions and or jobs too. So don't forget about that. Right? 'Cause they're like, oh my God, it's been slow. I haven't, I didn't book anything. I didn't get any auditions. What am I doing wrong? Pilar: Exactly. And it generally, it has nothing to do with you. There are things that you can do of course, but just remember that it's not necessarily a reflection on your ability. It's just sometimes it's the wave of what the market is doing. Anne: Yeah. The wave of the market. Pilar: I mean, there, there have been so many waves when people didn't know what was happening. And so clients and companies are still trying to figure out where to put their advertising dollars, and then that's when you see, well, what's happening? Why isn't, why isn't this coming in? Anne: I know and then you immediately blame it on yourself. Pilar: Immediately. And that's so that's so unhealthy. Anne: Yeah. It's a good thing to remember. I tell people because we do our BOSS advertising, the BOSS Blast, and a lot of times it really comes down to like what you said about the market. It is so true. We are driven by the market, right? When the market needs voiceover, they buy, not that they're not going to completely not need voiceover any given day, but there are waves. And it's always good to remember that if you're getting auditions, or you're submitting to any particular clients, corporate clients, if you're doing your own marketing, a lot of times any one particular company doesn't need a voiceover necessarily every single day. They're advertising. I don't really know one company that's advertising every single day, like hiring a voice talent. Sure, they're advertising, but it might be print. It might be email. It might be social media. They may not always be hiring a voiceover talent every single day. So remember when you send that email or that advertisement or that email for your services, remember that not every company has a new commercial every day or has a new e-learning module to do today. And that has a lot to do with offers that may come by. It just may be a whole timing issue. Pilar: Yeah, exactly. And so when those days are slow -- Anne: What do we do? Pilar: What do we do, exactly. And so one of the things that you can do is look at the business of where you are in your voiceover career. Are you sending out emails? Are you -- Anne: What's your marketing plan? Pilar: What's your marketing plan? Are you being top of mind for certain people, without being a stalker, 'cause that's something that we have to be really aware of. If you've had a client that you worked with, let's say a year ago, and you haven't heard anything or you got a new demo and you can say, hey, I just did a spot and I have a new demo. There's certain things that you can do during the slow time, during the let's say holiday times or the winter or the summer months. I was just thinking about this one very specific, slow time of the year is let's say Christmas through New Year's -- Anne: Yup, yup. Pilar: -- because nobody's thinking about that. Everybody's dealing with their Christmas presents or their Hanukkah or whatever they're getting into. Anne: Well, the majority. Pilar: The majority, true. If you're not religious, that's fine too. Anne: Yeah. International clients might be working. So there is that. Pilar: Right. Anne: Yeah. But generally slower. Pilar: It's generally slower because people don't have that. They're getting together with their families. They're planning trips. They're not necessarily thinking about the office work, and it's also end of year. So everybody's wrapping up their financial business. Anne: Well, yeah, and anything that is needed for the new year, or to end the year for the holiday, for example, any holiday advertising, hopefully they've taken care of that months before. Right? And so during that end of the year, they're hopefully planning for what's happening, you know, in the beginning of the following year. Pilar: Right. But they're not concerned with, oh, I need to hire this. They're not necessarily as concerned as they would be let's say in a heavier year for that particular company, that particular business. So it's a great opportunity to sit there and look at your plans. Anne: Absolutely, absolutely. Look at where you are right now in your career and what can you do to grow? It's the most opportune time to market yourself or figure out, if you're not marketing yourself, how you can start or how you can market your better. Pilar: Exactly. So what can you do, let's say, in those slow months? Well, you can take a class, you can work on your craft. You can look at your emails from people you've done business with, people you want to do business with, do a little bit of research. Basically we are so lucky that we live in this day and age of the Internet, because all we have to do is Google a company and see what their practices are. You can see that the health and the range of a company you're going after, you know, XYZ company, say, well, what is it that they're, they're going after? What are their spots like? What are their radio spots like? What are their TV ads? What is their marketing push, and see what could be interesting for you, let's say if you're, if you're looking at a specific company. And then when you're looking at your own stuff, everyone has a different style. Some people are really organized. Some people are not. People have, you know, little tabs that they do. They have spreadsheets. Some people are fly by night. I'm a little bit of both. I like to make lists, but I'm not necessarily a spreadsheet kind of gal. So I'll sit there and look at -- I have a very specific list where I'll look at, you know, who have I heard from? Who have I not heard? Anne: I think it's a really good time to, if you don't have a CRM or if you either invest in a CRM or take a look at your list of clients that you do have. I have a couple of different CRMs that I work with, one of them specifically because I do a marketing program, the BOSS Blast for other clients. So I am looking at that CRM and finding out, when is the last time I contacted this person, if they're not on the list to get them on that list. And I love what you were talking about in terms of researching companies that you might want to try to reach out to and contact and investigate like what's their market like? What are their new products? What is their form of reaching out to potential clients? That's one of the things that I always tell my students to do is, hey, if you want to be aligned with a company, go check out their website, sign up for their mailing list. I know I'm like, I have so much email. This is why I have like 900,000 emails that are unread, but I sign up for a lot of company email lists so that I can find out how they are marketing. And this is part of my ongoing research anyway, to make sure that I'm current and relevant in the corporate realm of things, because I do a lot of corporate narration. But that also is a very good reference for commercials as well, because companies have products, and they advertise those products. So not just for corporate narrations but for commercials and basically all sorts of voiceover applications for researching companies and finding out who they're reaching out to. Maybe they're now reaching out to a younger demographic. So what does that mean for you? So keeping that research kind of at your fingertips can really help you for when you're auditioning starts picking back up or your jobs start picking back up because you're going to be really relevant and current with trends. And I think that that's so very important that you do that, especially if you're in the middle of your career, and you may not be actively coaching with anyone right now. It's something that I do almost on a daily basis. It's market research to find out what are the trends, what are, what's getting hired? How many people that I see posting on Facebook or that are just starting off that say they don't watch commercials. Oh my goodness, no. You have to watch commercials. That's like your homework. Pilar: Yeah. I think that that is just such a goldmine that people I don't think realize. And that's part of your homework. That's, as much as it is doing research on a company, it's being aware of like big events throughout the year. Anne: Sure. Pilar: Like the Olympics. Anne: Yeah. Cultural impact. Pilar: Like the Super Bowl. Like the Oscars, all those commercials that come on, inform us what the industries are interested in right now. Anne: And why am I watching the Super Bowl mostly this year? For the commercials? Pilar: Exactly. I don't want to downplay the, the actual Super Bowl -- Anne: Oh no, I'm not downplaying, but I -- look, if your team isn't in the Super Bowl, of course. Do you know what I mean? It's not, I'm not saying I'm not watching the Super Bowl for the Super Bowl, but I also, as much as I watch the Super Bowl for the Super Bowl, I watch it for the commercials. Pilar: Exactly. And it's so interesting when there's a big event going on, you're going to see the different patterns. Like for example, if you're watching the Olympics or any Olympics or any big event, whether it's the Emmys, or Country Music Awards -- Anne: Advertising changes, yeah. Pilar: -- they are focused. They have a very, very specific demographic that they're aiming for. So it's really key as a voiceover actor to see who are they aiming for and what is it that they want, and then contributing as part of that. Because if you don't put yourself in that whole part of the process, then you're missing out on a lot. So it's really important when you do have time to think of yourself as one of the cogs in the wheel that's getting this done as you are, you're planning your financial and your email marketing throughout the year. Anne: And speaking of spending time on yourself, right, while things are slow, you can absolutely take classes. There are so many wonderful opportunities out there for educating yourself and furthering your performance, furthering your, your business acumen, all types of classes that you can take, acting classes. You know, improv, we were just talking, we had a whole episode on improv, which was phenomenal. But yeah, doing something that can help you to really get your performance kicked up a notch so that you're ready for when those auditions do come around again. Pilar: Yeah. And even, even something as simple as yoga, tai chi, centering yourself, all of that is so important because that just adds, it just gives you colors and flavors. So when you go and you do an audition, it's basically like having your own proper tools to be able to stand in front of the booth when the time comes. Because for example, this has happened to me over and over again, where I'll get an audition the night before it's due the next day, you have to come up with this accent, or you have know about this product. And I'm like, I don't know about this product. So for me, like what you're doing in terms of looking at all those emails, all the marketing, seeing how these companies work, it basically for our general knowledge, it's always, it's always important to be sort of on the pulse of what's happening. Because when the time comes and you have that audition, you have to be able to just produce it, just like that, snap. So whatever it is, whether it's a new accent or it's a new product, or it's a new idea, and you're like, okay, what is this? So that, you know, you quickly have to Google, you want to be Googling and you want to be interested and looking at the world, because that's going to help you when you're sitting there by yourself, in the booth going, what is this? Anne: Oh, yes. Look at the, I like that. Look at while you're sitting there waiting, look at the world. That's such a cool concept though. Really, get out there and look at the world. And you know, what I really love too is if you're not watching television and listening to those commercials, right, which gives you a nice, I think, pulse on trends in voiceover coming up and as they are, you know, you can also go to a really great resource on the web, like YouTube or ispotTV is amazing if you want to go check out commercials. And you know what's interesting, really understanding and really listening. You know, how many times I've gone to, I spot and you listen to a commercial. You're like, okay, in my head, I hear it this way. But in reality, if you watch it, and I noticed that you had mentioned this before is to listen with no image, right? Don't look at it, but just listen to the voiceover. And I think that's a really, really great tip. I want you to just listen to the commercial and listen to the voiceover because there's so many times where we think we hear something, but yet when you really sit back and listen without any visual, without anything else that's disrupting your focus, you're going to be able to hear those nuances. And those nuances are so, so important. A lot of times with students, I'll be like, okay, go check out this YouTube. And I don't want you to watch it. I want you to just listen to the voice and how the notes are happening and the nuances and the emotion as this piece progresses. Listen to the nuances of the voice and how they are responding and telling the story and emoting and tugging at our heart strings. That I think is so, so important. That alone, if you spent a certain amount of time per day just doing that I think would really help your performance. Pilar: Yup. You would start knowing each company that advertises, they do have a signature. It's really subtle, but then you start learning what each company's signature is. And that's so important when you go into the booth because you know, when we go into the booth, we get a spot at 6:00, and everything's, it's always rushed. But if we take the time, when things are a little slower, and we're doing this on a daily basis -- again, I mean, I'm not saying spend all day watching TV, but you spend 10 minutes -- Anne: Consider it market research. Pilar: -- let's say a couple times a day in market research, it's for your own benefit. Anne: Sure. Pilar: Something that I, I really like doing, Anne, and I do this periodically is that I go over my old conference or class notes. How many times have you opened a book and go, oh yeah. I went to this class. Anne: That was a good class. I remember that. Yup. Pilar: Do I remember anything about it? No, probably not. But when I go and I look at my notes, I go, oh yeah, that, they made a really good point. That's really important. And I think that it's so important generally when you take a class, whatever it is. And let's say you write notes, go look at your notes immediately after you've taken the class, and then look at them again one week later. Because here's the thing about learning. You know, this, 'cause you have been an educator for such a long time. The very first time we get something or we hear it, we may not necessarily get it fully. Anne: Yeah. Get 100% of it. Yep. Pilar: So to maybe see it again, we need to -- Anne: Go back, review. Pilar: -- read it again. We need to explain it to somebody because that's when it really sinks in. Anne: Sure, if you have to teach -- that's so funny that you mentioned that because one of the things that I used to do when I was a teacher in front of the class was we would have project days where the students would propose to me something that they wanted to do for their grade, like a project. And so a lot of times I would say, all right, if you want to learn this, then I want you to teach it to me, teach it back to me. So that's a really great tip there is to go back and review because you'll, you'll get all those nuances that you might've missed the first time. It's like watching a great movie, right? When you watch it a second, third, fourth time, you get all the other nuances that you miss the first time. And that I think is a great analogy to reviewing your notes. And even if you have a recording of the session, I get a lot of conferences where I get the recordings, which I can look at later. Now how many times have you ordered a course online and then you forgot about it. Right? I actually have multiple courses. I actually have a bookmark of places to go where I've bought courses that I need to go and take, or I need to go back and listen again. And so I'm going to say probably that's going to be one of the biggest, best tips that we can give, because I know it's not just me that's kind of addicted once in a while of I want to learn this, let me buy this course. And then I promptly make a log-in, a password, and then I forgot about it until three months later. And then I'm like, oh wait, I bought that course. Let me go and actually take it. So that's a perfect thing to do when things are slow, make sure you have a place -- you know, I just have a bookmark of, of courses. And so it just reminds me to go back and revisit those courses again and again, and get my money's worth. Pilar: And get your money's worth, but also for me, it's always about how can I use it in the booth because it's that moment -- you know, VO BOSSes, I know you faced this. You're sitting in your booth and you're going, I don't know how to relate to this copy, or I'm tired. I want to go to bed. I'm falling asleep, but you have to push through because it's due at a certain hour. So it's, it's basically having those tools. And that's why it's so important to listen over and over to these things again, because they're all there to help you give your best performance in the booth, whether you're auditioning or whether you're working, we talk a lot about auditioning, but then you get the job, then what you do? So you, you have to be able to have all those tools at your disposal. So having that downtime enables us to be able to kind of just sort of hone them. It's kind of like, you know, filing your nails. Anne: You know what's so interesting too? You know what else you can do in your downtime? Pilar: Yeah? Anne: You can actually like take some downtime. Pilar: This is very true. Anne: That is actually going to -- like for me, like I'm working, working, working, working, working, and then all of a sudden, whoa. Now what? Actually, like, I don't know, take a nap, go play with your fur babies, watch a great movie. I always love to watch good movies to get inspired, listen to great commercials, that sort of thing. I watch the Dodo videos, which are all about animals, you know, being saved and helped and goodness with animals. And that always just gets me emotionally, and it makes me happy. And believe it or not, that helps my performance in the booth. So yeah, take some actual time for yourself as well, because it's important for you to refresh. Whatever, whatever it takes for you to feel good, go for a run, get on the treadmill, go floating, so many things, right, that can really just help you refresh and be -- live in the moment. You know, spend time with your family, go on a vacation. Pilar: And also it's knowing that slow time is not a reflection on your performance or your ability or anything, any of that. Anne: Right. Unless that slow time is extended like for six months or so. I mean, you, you want to make sure that that slow time -- but you know, I'll tell you what, a few days here and there a week, you know, it's, it's very, very common. So I remember those first in my career, first of all, if you can stick out your career, right, and you're in it for the long haul, you'll start to learn that these ebbs and flows are normal, and you'll get more used to them. You'll get better at, I think, working through them. But in the beginning, guys, it's okay. It happens. I know so many people that will come to me, like, I don't know, what am I doing wrong? It's just slow. And I'm like, well, you know, it's been a little bit slow. So, you know, give yourself some grace, right? And in the meantime, here's what you can do. The first thing is always educate, educate, educate, right? Educate yourself. Either build a CRM, educate yourself about your clients, educate yourself about the market, what's trending, take a class. Right? All of the things that we've already talked about, work on your marketing that can help you to educate and grow. It's just the best thing that you can do, whatever you can do to grow. Even if that means taking some time off, right? To relax and get your mental health back because it's so delicate, I think, in the beginning for people who are not used to this industry, right? It's very much a mental game, very much a mental game of confidence. And you need to know that it's okay, that you will have slow days, and you need to be able to do what you can to push through them, to build up your confidence, to build up your performance, do whatever you can to grow, grow, grow. And don't let it, you know, don't let the mind start to play tricks on you. Pilar: Something, I think that's also really important is reaching out for help. Anne: Oh yeah. Pilar: Because for years I didn't have a voice over agent in Miami. I just basically found the jobs by myself. I had an on-camera agent, but I didn't have a voiceover agent. So when I came to Los Angeles, I got a voiceover agent really quickly. And then I noticed that I, I worked and worked and worked on my auditions, and I started thinking, oh my gosh, what's, what's wrong? So I actually reached out to my agents and I said, okay, I'm not booking, what do I do? Anne: What a great idea. Pilar: And so they were so helpful, and they each had just one or two lines. I mean, you know, they're so busy. It's not like they have a whole bunch of time, but they suggested I get with a few coaches. I had actually gone to one or two that they mentioned, but then I went to some others. They had some really good, it's very short sentences of critiques. And I just took that. And I was like, okay, great. And I'm going to work on it. Anne: Yeah, I love that. Pilar: And I worked on it. Anne: I love that you reached out to your agents. I think people tend to forget that it is a two-way street. You guys are partners. And you know, I think it's wonderful. If your agent can take a moment and give you feedback. And I think any good agent will do that to help you, because you guys are partners. I mean, you help them make money. They help promote you. So I think that it's, it's important that you do reach out for help. And you know what, reach out for help from your peers too. I think peer groups can really help when things get tough -- Pilar: People that you trust, people that you trust. Anne: People that you trust, and when you get down on yourself or maybe you're, you're lacking confidence, a group like that can help. It's one of the reasons why I put together the VO Peeps group so long ago. We were also isolated and it was to have a community which we could lift each other up. And I think that that is, that is absolutely important, when things get slow and you start silently going, oh my God, do I even belong in this industry? That's time to reach out, you know, reach out to your community, reach out for help. We're all here for you. BOSSes. We're here for you. So you can always reach out and come to us for encouragement, confidence to lift each other up. Pilar: And if you don't see something like that in your community, go ahead and start one. Anne: Yeah. Pilar: Because for example, I, I, one day I just kind of lucked into this play reading class. They read new plays. It's every couple of weeks. And I go and I read. They give me a role and I read. Is there any monetary gain? No. Do I get a lot out of it? I get to read out loud. That's just priceless. I'm going to start another new reading accountability class. Anne: Yeah. I love that. I love that. Pilar: Just to read. D Anne: Don't let your auditions be your practice ground. Do you know what I mean? Pilar: Yes, yes. Anne: Like I think that, you -- remember, your auditions or your work so glad you brought that up because you know, like I tell my students every day -- I give them enough homework, you know, I just like, I don't want you to be bored ever. You need to do something every single day that is voiceover related, and you need to practice. I think if you're at a certain level, it's wonderful to have that support of the community and to be able to work out and perform in front of each other. Be careful because depending on the group, you want to make sure you have somebody that has some experience in there that can give you some critique that is valuable to you. I think if there's a ton of, you know, maybe beginners in the peer group, it may not be as effective as it could be with somebody that has some experience in casting or directing. But it is so very valuable for you to practice that read every day. And don't let that be on your auditions. Really. Pilar: Yes. Anne: If you can spend 20 minutes a day just reading scripts, I think that that really, really helps, and also working out, it's another, again, another reason why I have VO Peeps, and we have workouts every month. We have a couple of different workouts every month. It's just so, so valuable to keeping those, those skills honed, and you know, and in check. So. Pilar: And I will give a tip that I think is probably the most important tip that I will give. If you have a cat, you can read to him. Anne: I love it. I love it. Yes. You can read to your fur babies. And your babies. Pilar: I just did that last night. I'm preparing a monologue for an audition. And I was like, you know what? He's right there. What the heck, why not? Anne: They're our biggest supporters. Pilar: They are. Anne: What a great conversation, Pilar. Great tips. Thank you so much. I'm excited. So remember guys, when things are slow, they don't have to be slow. You've got a lot of, you've got a lot of stuff to do. There's a lot of alternatives here. Pilar: You have a lot of homework. Anne: Yeah. Pilar: That's important. Anne: There you go. So I would like to give a great, big shout-out to our sponsor, 100 Voices Who Care. This is a unique chance, guys, for you to use your voice and make a difference and give back to the communities that give to you. You can visit 100voiceswhocare.org to find out more. Also love to give a great, big shout-out to our long-time sponsor, ipDTL. You too can connect, and network like BOSSes like Pilar and I. Find out more at ipdtl.com. You guys, have an amazing week. We'll see you next week. Pilar: I'm so glad we had this time together. Anne: Good bye, goodbye. Pilar: Goodbye. Anne: Bye, guys. >> Join us next week for another edition of VO BOSS with your host Anne Ganguzza. And take your business to the next level. Sign up for our mailing list at voboss.com and receive exclusive content, industry revolutionizing tips and strategies, and new ways to rock your business like a BOSS. Redistribution with permission. Coast to coast connectivity via ipDTL.

Between the Keyframes
All the Things we Make: Part 01

Between the Keyframes

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 33:52


We tried to squeeze everything a motion designer creates into one episode, but we touch so many things that we’re splitting it into two. In Part I, we’ll discuss movie titles, TV titles, title cards, commercials, Network branding and promos, music videos, episodics, in-app branding, and award show packages (like MTV Video Music Awards and the Oscars), and logo animations. What comes to mind when you think of each of these areas of Motion Design? Austin and Erin will highlight some of their favorites – from Motion Design studios to individual designers, going back decades. From Ozark to the Brady Bunch, MTV’s moon and flag treatment, to Green Day, Led Zeppelin, Netflix, Microsoft, and Google – join us for a sometimes nostalgic and always inspiring look at all the work motion designers create. Discussion Points: Movie Titles – Birds of Prey, Psycho & Saul Bass, Thomas Crown Affair, Se7en, Bond films TV Titles - Peacemaker, The Morning Show, True Detective, The Brady Bunch, Golden Girls Title Cards - Ozark, The Killing Events - Oscars, Emmys, MTV, Independent Spirit Awards Conference Titles - Not often talked about, a chance to really experiment Commercials – Nike Air Max, the Kraken, Bombay Sapphire Network Promos and Branding - F/x American Horror Story, Simpsons Austin’s work for Pharrell, Anthropologie, Ralph Lauren Music Videos - A-Ha, White Stripes, They Might Be Giants Episodics - Another area not often talked about - Adult Swim, Julia Pott Motion Branding - TV networks, Netflix, Hulu In-App Branding - Microsoft, Stephen Kelleher Award Show Packages – MTV, Studio Moross Logo Animation - MTV Moon Man Resources: Sarofsky Austin Shaw

AwardsWatch Oscar and Emmy Podcasts
The AwardsWatch Podcast #132: Reviewing 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,' Daytime Emmy noms, Tony Awards preview and that 'Avatar' trailer

AwardsWatch Oscar and Emmy Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 136:27


On episode 132 of The AwardsWatch Podcast, Executive Editor Ryan McQuade is joined by AwardsWatch contributors Nicole Ackman, Dan Bayer and Kevin L. Lee to talk about the latest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Daytime Emmy Nominations, previewing Tony Nominations and playing a new game. Starting off this week's show are our listener questions, which consist of asking everyone if there is a 2023 Oscar nomination the panel is willing to lock in right now based on the films released in theaters. They then break down if there are any other films like Avatar: The Way of Water and Top Gun: Maverick that they would love to see get a long awaited sequel for. And speaking of Top Gun: Maverick, they also discuss which directors they would love to see the film's star Tom Cruise work with in order to get out of his action movie phase of his career and go back to his most dramatic focused work that made him a star. Moving right along, the group then break down the recently announced Daytime Emmy Nominations, and then dive into a Tony Nomination preview, with those nominations set to announce on Monday, May 9, 2022. This discussion was very insightful, and for more coverage of both these topics, we encourage you to take a look at Erik's Daytime Emmy Nomination article as well as Dan's two articles covering the Tony Awards (Musical & Plays) from last week. Finishing out the episode is a brief conversation on the Avatar: The Way of Water trailer, which is being shown exclusively in theaters right now in front of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. And speaking of Doctor Strange, the gang then give their full thoughts on the first blockbuster of the summer, going into extensive details as to why it works on some levels and doesn't on others. It is a SPOILER FILLED review so if you haven't seen the film, skip over to the last segment of the show, where Ryan, Nicole, Dan and Kevin play a new game called AwardsWatch…or Not, where two films are pitted against one another and they must decide what they want to keep while the other film is lost forever. They played two rounds, covering films in the MCU and Non-MCU movies featuring members of the extensive cast of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. You can listen to The AwardsWatch Podcast wherever you stream podcasts, from iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher, Spotify and more. This podcast runs 2h16m, and it's an absolute blast. Let's get into it.

Hunting Matters
Larry Weishuhn

Hunting Matters

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 40:08


Professional wildlife biologist, outdoor writer, book author, speaker, television show host, radio host, podcaster and always hunter/conservationist, Larry Weishuhn is one of our country's most recognized and respected outdoor personalities. Even though known internationally as “Mr. Whitetail” because of his many years of researching, managing, hunting and promoting whitetail deer and their habitat, Larry has hunted and worked with big game throughout North America, Africa, South America, Australia, New Zealand, Asia and Europe.Larry grew up in Colorado County, Texas. He attended Texas A&M University and earned a B.S. Degree in Wildlife Science. After serving as a research wildlife biologist with Texas A&M University's Department of Veterinary Pathology and the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, he was appointed the Technical Assistance Biologist for South Texas where he worked with landowners and hunters in establishing and maintaining quality wildlife management programs. He later left State employment and established his own wildlife management company, Quality Management, Ltd., with emphasis on habitat restoration and species management concentrating on such big game species as whitetail deer, mule deer, pronghorn antelope, elk, and desert bighorn sheep.As a professional wildlife biologist Larry has established quality wildlife management programs on over 12,000,000 acres. His research has been published in numerous professional journals and he has frequently served as a featured speaker at international wildlife symposiums devoted to wildlife conservation.As an outdoor writer Weishuhn served on staff with Shooting Times, Deer & Deer Hunting, North American Hunter, Petersen's Hunting, Sporting Classics, Game Trails and many others. He has authored over 4,000 feature articles, columns and more recently blogs. He has written seven award-winning books which are these days considered classics. Larry currently serves as the whitetail columnist for Texas Fish & Game, executive field editor for DSC's Game Trails, field editor for Mule Deer (Mule Deer Foundation) and freelances to numerous publications. He writes regular blogs for Hornady's Bullet Points, Trijicon Hunt, Dallas Safari Club, Kryptek, CarbonTV.com, Mallette Communications, H3WhitetailSolutions and others.Larry has long served as host or co-host for many award-winning outdoor television shows, numbering well over 500 episodes. His shows have been awarded numerous Tellys and have been nominated for Emmys. These days Larry co-hosts the extremely popular, weekly “A Sportsman's Life” on CarbonTV.com and does several episodes each year for “Trijicon's World of Sports Afield”.Larry has been doing a weekly radio segment, “Campfire Talk with Larry Weishuhn” on Luke Clayton Outdoors since 2008 which is heard on stations through Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Arkansas and Louisiana as well as internet radio. With Luke Clayton he also co-hosts “Hunting Wire Radio”. He and Luke Clayton also do a weekly podcast, “Campfires with Luke and Larry” for Sporting Classics Daily. Larry also frequently guests on various outdoor radio shows and podcasts throughout North America.In June 2019 Larry launched his popular weekly “DSC's Campfires with Larry Weishuhn” podcast which is available through WaypointTV.com and many other platforms. Weishuhn hunts with rifles and Taurus handguns, topped with Trijicon scopes and sights, shooting Hornady ammunition. Asked his favorite hunt, his answer is always, “The next one I'm going on”.Weishuhn has long served and continues to serve as an ambassador for Dallas Safari Club. He is a Professional Member of the Boone & Crockett Club and is one of three co-founders of the Texas Wildlife Association. He is a life member of Houston Safari Club, Dallas Safari Club, National Rifle Association, Wild Sheep Foundation, Mule Deer Foundation and other conservation-based organizations. In 2007 Larry was inducted into the National Legends of the Outdoors Hall of Fame. In January 2016 he was presented the prestigious Zeiss Lifetime Achievement Award, which in Zeiss' history has only been awarded two other times. That year he was also inducted into the Muy Grande Hall of Fame. Weishuhn serves on several DSC Committees and is a member of the DSC Foundation Board of Directors, where he currently serves as secretary.

Streamageddon
#10 – Barry

Streamageddon

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 91:54


This week we're chasing our Hollywood dreams with HBO's Barry, which just returned to TV after 3 years where absolutely nothing noteworthy happened in the world. Get caught up (or meet Bill Hader's Barry Berkman for the first time) as we break our review into two parts: First we'll revisit the first episode from 2018 and talk about what makes it such a killer pilot, then we'll dig into a spoiler-packed discussion of the first two episodes of Season 3. Plus, the latest on the Netflocalypse, a flurry of action from the newly-merged Warner Bros. Discovery (forever known as “WaBroDisco”), and a listener question about the future of streaming news caps off our in memoriam tribute to CNN+. ———

Exploring Nature, Culture and Inner Life
2022:03.29 - David Grubin - Free Renty: Lanier v. Harvard

Exploring Nature, Culture and Inner Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 49:36


Join us for a conversation with filmmaker David Grubin and host Michael Lerner. This in person conversation followed a special screening of David's film Free Renty: Lanier v. Harvard at Commonweal. David Grubin, Free Renty, Director/Producer David is a director, writer, producer, and cinematographer whose films range across history, art, poetry, and science, winning every major award in his field, including two Alfred I. Dupont awards, three George Foster Peabody prizes, five Writer's Guild prizes, and ten Emmys. His films include The Trials of Robert Oppenheimer, The Buddha, Abraham and Mary Lincoln: A House Divided; LBJ; Truman; TR: The Story of Theodore Roosevelt; FDR, The Secret Life of the Brain, The Jewish Americans, Kofi Annan, Center of the Storm, Tesla, The Mysterious Human Heart, Language Matters with Bob Holman, Degenerate Art, In the Beginning Was Desire, Healing and the Mind with Bill Moyers - Wounded Healers.

Beers in The Lot
An Emmy Award Winning Beer Leaguer Featuring Steve Bamonti

Beers in The Lot

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 49:48


On Episode 90, the guys were joined by their friend and beer league teammate, Steve "Stan Bamorte" Bamonti. Stan talked about starting hockey as an adult; his TV and video production career; winning two Emmys; and why we all call him Stan.

It's A Streamable Life
Emmys & Festivals: Early Predictions

It's A Streamable Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 63:56


Brandon and Lorin begin their Emmy coverage early discussing contenders for Outstanding Lead Actor & Actress in a Drama Series. They also dive into the forecast of movies set to premiere at this year's Cannes Film Festival later this month. And true crime is the highlight of "Previously On..." with FX's #UndertheBannerofHeaven and HBO's #WeOwnThisCity. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/astreamablelife/message

Shed Dogs
136. Shed Dogs 3,2,1

Shed Dogs

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 51:11


It's that special, lovely time—the time when we hear about how this year's Oscars program went down. We build up to it with some talk about a couple of Beatles and Steely Dan specials as well as hearing the latest from KJ on the run up to the Emmys, and on the technical marvel that is the Murphy bed he is building. Finally, RJ and PJ exchange notes on their adventures in language and travel, both today and 30 years ago. There are a lot of twists and turns here, so make sure to be safe while you listen!Links: Shed Dogs; The Beatles: Get Back; McCartney 3,2,1; the first of all the Call Me Caroline first-time-listen videos; the making of Steely Dan's Aja.Theme music by Voodoo Jazz!

MPR News with Angela Davis
Jazz pianist Nachito Herrera on performing worldwide, recovering from COVID-19

MPR News with Angela Davis

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 47:05


Ignacio “Nachito“ Herrera has been playing jazz piano since he was a child. At age 12, he performed with the Havana Symphony Orchestra. Now at 55, he has played on stages around the world, and won numerous awards, including City Pages Best Jazz Artist for four years, Emmys, Grammys, Minnesota Music Awards and the Immigrants of Distinction Award.  Herrera moved from Cuba to Minnesota in 2001. In 2020, Herrera's battle with COVID-19 left him in a coma-like state for 14 days.  On Tuesday, MPR News host Angela Davis talked with Herrera about his career, his battle with COVID, his upcoming performances and why he's decided to continue calling Minnesota home. Guest:  Nachito Herrera is an award-winning jazz pianist who has lived in Minnesota since 2001.  Here are a few things Nachito Herrera said during the conversation with Angela Davis: “Latin jazz gives you that kind of combination where you are in the United States, but at the same musically you can take a tour to Cuba or Brazil.” “Music is a wonderful, beautiful language. It is always to unite. It is always to get people together.” “Never think about tomorrow. Think about today. It doesn't matter if you have in the audience one, two, three, three thousand, thirty thousand people. Always play from the bottom of your heart, because they are spending time to go to see you there.” – on advice he got from his classical piano teacher about performing “Music is always a beautiful thing to do. Music is something that has always helped to (bring) people together. If any of your kids, you see they are leaning toward becoming a musician, please give them the chance.” – on what he would say to families whose children are interested in music

Second in Command: A Veep Rewatch
Jessica St. Clair | “Debate” (S3E8) Veep Rewatch with Matt and Tim

Second in Command: A Veep Rewatch

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 100:46


Welcome back to the pod Second in Commanders! Matt and Tim walk back Episode 8: “Debate”. Stay tuned because today we have the hilarious Jessica St. Clair, who played Dana (Gary's cheese-loving girlfriend), joining us for a fun interview! SYNOPSIS: The staff prepares for the debate between Selina and her rivals; some candidates prove more nefarious than their appearance, while others crack under the pressure. Dan returns to the office after his panic attack and Gary inadvertently tells Wendy that Ray collaborated with Selina to make decisions.  Tune in every Tuesday for new episodes | You can watch and listen to episodes on Spotify and Youtube and listen wherever you get your podcasts!  And don't forget…it's the 10th VEEP anniversary...VEEPIVERSARY! And so to thank our listeners we wanted to do a big fan giveaway! Here are the rules:  Subscribe to our podcast (if you haven't already)  Leave a REVIEW using the HASHTAG #VEEPIVERSARY and the best email to contact you if you win You'll be entered into a raffle to win some awesome prizes like Matt and Tim's notarized TUXEDOS they wore at the Emmys and FUNKO DOLLS signed by some of our esteemed guests on the show like JULIA LOUIS-DREYFUS!  Stay Connected With Us! Leave us a review and subscribe so you don't miss out on an episode  Send in your questions to www.Kastmedia.com/SecondinCommand and tune in to hear Matt and Tim answer your questions Matt Walsh https://www.instagram.com/mrmattwalsh Tim Simons https://www.instagram.com/timothycsimons See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

America Unplugged Radio
The Donald Jeffries Show - Happy Birthday John Barbour

America Unplugged Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 119:59


John Barbour is recognized as ‘The Godfather Of Reality TV' as the creator-Producer, Co-Host, and Writer of the trendsetting hit ‘Real People.' He won the first of his 5 Emmys as the original Host of ‘AM LA' in 1970 where he interviewed controversial anti-war guests like Mohammed Ali, Cesar Chavez, and Jane Fonda. He was the first in America to do film reviews on the News, winning 3 more consecutive Emmys as KNBC's ‘Critic-At-Large.' And ten years as Los Angeles Magazine's most widely read and quoted controversial critic. Before that he was a successful topical stand-up comedian, appearing on ‘The Dean Martin Show,' ‘The Tonight Show,' and others; and in Las Vegas opening for Robert Goulet and Bobby Darin. Comedian-activist Dick Gregory did the liner notes for his first album, ‘It's Tough To Be white,' and Play-write Neil Simon did them for his second album, ‘I Met A Man I Didn't Like!' In 1992 he wrote and directed the award-winning ‘The Garrison Tapes,' which Director Oliver Stone heralded as ‘The perfect companion piece to my movie ‘JFK.' 25 years later, in 2017 he wrote and Directed Part 2 called: ‘The American Media and The 2nd assassination Of President John F. Kennedy,' which leading researchers applaud as ‘The definitive film on JFK and the rise of Fake News'..which plagues America to this day. On this special online 89th Birthday Party for the youthful and energetic Barbour, Don Jeffries fields many phone calls of congratulations. Among the callers are actors Mike Farell and Shelley Fabares, John's sister Maggie, and his son Christopher. JOHN BARBOUR Online: https://johnbarboursworld.com/ DONALD JEFFRIES ONLINE: “I Protest” https://donaldjeffries.substack.com/ Amazon Author Page: https://www.amazon.com/Donald-Jeffries/e/B004T6NFAS%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share THE DONALD JEFFRIES SHOW: https://ochelli.com/series/the-donald-jeffries-show/ OCHELLI LINKS: If You Appreciate what Ochelli.com Radio Does: https://ochelli.com/donate/ Ochelli Effect – Uncle – Age of Transitions – T-shirts and MORE: https://theageoftransitions.com/category/support-the-podcasts/ LIVE LISTENING OPTIONS: OCHELLI.COM https://ochelli.com/listen-live/ RADDIO https://raddio.net/324242-ochellicom/ ZENO https://zeno.fm/radio/ochelli-radio/ TUNEIN http://tun.in/sfxkx Happy Birthday John Barbour

Roadie Free Radio
279: Sean Callery/Film & TV Composer/24, Homeland, Halo, Jessica Jones, Bull

Roadie Free Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 78:47


iTunes          Spotify          Youtube           Patreon Emmy-winning composer Sean Callery has received 17 Emmy nominations and 4 wins, making him one of the most nominated composers of all time. Callery scores Fox's upcoming series Next, starring John Slattery, which is set to premiere on October 6, 2020; Robert Lorenz's action/thriller feature The Marksman, starring Liam Neeson, which will come out in early 2021; and CBS All Access' Bull, starring Michael Weatherly. Callery recently completed the eighth and final season of Showtime's Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning drama Homeland, starring Claire Danes and Mandy Patinkin, as well as the third and final season of Netflix's Peabody  Award-winning series Jessica Jones, starring Krysten Ritter. His music for Season 2 of the show was nominated for Outstanding Music Composition for a Series, earning Callery his 17th Emmy nomination. Callery won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music for Jessica Jones. He also received a nomination for his score on Fox's Steven Spielberg-produced TV series, Minority Report. With 10 Emmy nominations for Fox's 24, Callery is the only composer nominated every year for a series that ran more than three seasons. Callery won 3 Emmys for Outstanding Music Composition for his work on 24. He was also nominated for Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music for CBS's Sherlock Holmes-inspired drama series, Elementary, starring Johnny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu, and was recognized in the same category for both Homeland and Reelz miniseries The Kennedys. Callery's music has also been heard on National Geographic's mini-series The Hot Zone, starring Julianna Margulies, ABC's Designated Survivor, starring Kiefer Sutherland, CBS's paranormal drama Medium, starring Patricia Arquette, Fox's longest running drama Bones, ABC's Marvel's Inhumans, and the feature film Small Time, starring Christopher Meloni and Dean Norris. Callery conducted his own works at the MOSMA Festival in Malaga, the Fimucite International Film Music Festival in the Canary Islands, Spain and the Krakow Film Music Festival. He also has three soundtrack albums featuring music from the 24 series, and two soundtrack albums featuring his score for Marvel's Jessica Jones. Sean resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Debbie. Special Mentions: RFR 021: Mark Snow, RC Garthe BOA GoFund Me, Becky Pell - Yoga Journey: A Contemporary Guide to a Timeless Tradition, Steve Walsh Gofund Me, Roadie Free Radio Merch, RFR Podcast Bundle, Follow Your Drishti Yoga Podcast, roadiecare.com, musicares.org, Roswell Pro Audio Mini K87

The Next Reel Film Podcast Master Feed
2022-04-30 • Saturday Matinée

The Next Reel Film Podcast Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 83:31


Kyle Olson leads Mandy Kaplan and Pete Wright through a parade in praise of understudies, Severance, a game of Double-Cross, and a list of great violence in film! In spite of the fact that no one else on the show has seen 'Severance' on tv+, Pete shows of his super-obscure merch. Who is really to blame for not being able to catch up on the show? The Emmys, that's who. They're to blame by the crazy over-abundance of stuff to watch, so says Variety. Mandy's Trailer: I Love that For You Pete's Trailer: Jurassic World Dominion Trailer 2 Pete's Trailer: Good Luck to You, Leo Grande THE LIST! This week's list invites an exploration of not the most surprising deaths in film, but the craziest deaths in film. Mandy's List Creepshow Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom A Nightmare on Elm Street Pete's List The Wicker Man Final Destination 3 Deep Blue Sea 3 Kyle's List Ghost Ship Kingsman: The Secret Service The Suicide Squad

Saturday Matinée by The Next Reel Film Podcasts
2022-04-30 • Saturday Matinée

Saturday Matinée by The Next Reel Film Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 83:31


Kyle Olson leads Mandy Kaplan and Pete Wright through a parade in praise of understudies, Severance, a game of Double-Cross, and a list of great violence in film! In spite of the fact that no one else on the show has seen 'Severance' on tv+, Pete shows of his super-obscure merch. Who is really to blame for not being able to catch up on the show? The Emmys, that's who. They're to blame by the crazy over-abundance of stuff to watch, so says Variety. Mandy's Trailer: I Love that For You Pete's Trailer: Jurassic World Dominion Trailer 2 Pete's Trailer: Good Luck to You, Leo Grande THE LIST! This week's list invites an exploration of not the most surprising deaths in film, but the craziest deaths in film. Mandy's List Creepshow Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom A Nightmare on Elm Street Pete's List The Wicker Man Final Destination 3 Deep Blue Sea 3 Kyle's List Ghost Ship Kingsman: The Secret Service The Suicide Squad

The Awardist
This Is Us' Milo Ventimiglia, plus the cast of Yellowjackets and its Best Drama chances

The Awardist

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 69:52


As This Is Us wraps up its six-season run, we chat with star Milo Ventimiglia, who has lead the series as patriarch Jack Pearson. He tells us about the photo he keeps nearby of his own father as a touchstone for his performance, and more. Plus, the cast of Showtime's breakout drama Yellowjackets — Melanie Lynskey, Christina Ricci, Tawny Cypress, Liv Hewson, and Samantha Hanratty — break down some of the show's wildest twists and fan theories. EW Sr. Writer joins Awardist podcast host Gerrad Hall to discuss the show's chances of a Best Drama nomination, and specifically star Lynskey and her incredible career. We also talk about whether Yellowstone can go this distance for its fourth season. And Samantha gives us her pick for the show she thinks should be getting more Emmys attention. For complete award coverage, go to EW.com/awardist. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Asian Hustle Network
Michelle Li // S2 Ep 145 // Very Asian

Asian Hustle Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 42:34


Welcome back to Season 2, Episode 145 of the Asian Hustle Network Podcast! We are very excited to have Michelle Li on this week's show. We interview Asian entrepreneurs around the world to amplify their voices and empower Asians to pursue their dreams and goals. We believe that each person has a message and a unique story from their entrepreneurial journey that they can share with all of us. Check us out on Anchor, iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Spotify, and more. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave us a positive 5-star review. This is our opportunity to use the voices of the Asian community and share these incredible stories with the world. We release a new episode every Wednesday and Saturday, so stay tuned! Michelle Li is a news anchor for NBC-affiliate KING-TV in Seattle. She is a morning show anchor and co-created and hosted the show Take 5, a daily, hour-long, interactive news show before it sunsetted in 2019. Previously, Michelle worked as the primary evening anchor for legacy stations in Wisconsin, the Coastal Carolinas and Southwest Missouri. Michelle has been recognized for leading innovation and audience engagement projects in newsrooms. Google, Poynter, Facebook, and RTDNA have showcased her work in newsrooms across the country. She has received four national Murrow awards and 9 regional Emmys. Congress also honored her with an Angels in Adoption award for her dedication to international and domestic adoption causes. As a Korean adoptee, Michelle spent many summers volunteering with adoptive families and in orphanages in Seoul. She launched a television program in Missouri to help foster kids find more permanent solutions and spoke at the National Press Club for international adoption awareness. Michelle's more notable recognition includes 5 regional Emmys for interactivity in Chicago and Nashville, national Murrows for innovation and feature writing, regional Murrows for social media and innovation, Social Media Personality of the Year for Wisconsin, two regional Murrows for writing, and Anchor of the Year of the Carolinas. Michelle grew up in a rural area near Kansas City and studied journalism at the University of Kansas. Her hobbies are mostly cooking and volunteering, and she loves being a homebody with her husband Jim and their son. Jim is an Emmy-award-winning photographer who now works as a software engineer for a news corporation. For fun, Michelle once played a reporter in the movie 'Tammy' and on the TV show 'The Following'. To stay connected within the AHN community, please join our AHN directory: bit.ly/AHNDirectory --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/asianhustlenetwork/support

SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversations
Conversations with Jeff Daniels (2016)

SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 80:11


Career Conversations with Jeff Daniels. Moderated by BroadwayWorld.com's Richard Ridge of "Backstage with Richard Ridge!" Actor, musician, and playwright Jeff Daniels is known for his roles in such films as Terms of Endearment, The Purple Rose of Cairo, Arachnophobia, Dumb & Dumber, The Hours, The Squid and the Whale, and Good Night and Good Luck, as well as his Emmy Award-winning performance on HBO's The Newsroom. Daniels can currently be seen on his return to Broadway in 2016's Blackbird, alongside Michelle Williams. His most recent projects include part 1 of The Divergent Series: Allegiant, alongside Shailene Woodley and Theo James, 20th Century-Fox's The Martian, directed by Ridley Scott, and Universal's Steve Jobs, directed by Danny Boyle. Daniels has received many prestigious nominations over the course of his long career, including four Golden Globes, four SAG Awards, and two Emmys. Alongside screen work, Daniels has many stage credits to his name and is the founder of The Purple Rose Theater Company in Chelsea, Michigan. On Broadway, he has appeared in Yasmina Reza's God of Carnage for which his performance earned a 2009 Tony Award nomination for Best Actor, A. R. Gurney's The Golden Age, Lanford Wilson's Redwood Curtain, and Wilson's Fifth of July. He has appeared off Broadway in productions of Wilson's Lemon Sky and Bradley Rand Smith's adaptation of Johnny Got His Gun. Daniels is also a musician and songwriter, and has recorded six full length albums.

Gold Derby
Emmys Limited Series Chaos: Who Will Get Nominated?

Gold Derby

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 52:39


On this episode of the Gold Derby Show, editors Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen return to talk about the 2022 Emmy Awards contenders in the limited series categories, where Dopesick, The Dropout, Maid, The Staircase, WeCrashed, The First Lady, and seemingly countless other top series are in a battle for supremacy. To make your predictions, head to https://www.goldderby.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Second in Command: A Veep Rewatch
Veep Director Becky Martin & Editor Anthony Boys | “Special Relationship” (S3E7) Veep Rewatch with Matt and Tim

Second in Command: A Veep Rewatch

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 121:56


Today we're celebrating our 10th VEEP anniversary...VEEPIVERSARY! And so to thank our listeners we wanted to do a big fan giveaway! Here are the rules:  Subscribe to our podcast (if you haven't already)  Leave a REVIEW using the HASHTAG #VEEPIVERSARY and the best email to contact you if you win You'll be entered into a raffle to win some awesome prizes like Matt and Tim's notarized TUXEDOS they wore at the Emmys and FUNKO DOLLS signed by some of our esteemed guests on the show like JULIA LOUIS-DREYFUS!  Today we're walking back Season 3 Episode 7 “Special Relationship” with a two-fer - Becky Martin: Director extraordinaire who's directed 14 episodes of Veep and Anthony Boys: Editor extraordinaire who gives us a lesson into how editing plays a crucial part in a fast-paced comedy like Veep. SYNOPSIS: During a trip in London, Selina is bombarded with questions regarding the state of mind of Ray, whose online beliefs have been recovered by Jonah; Dan has a breakdown which could work in Amy's favor.  Tune in every Tuesday for new episodes | You can watch and listen to episodes on Spotify and Youtube and listen wherever you get your podcasts!  Thank you to our sponsor: Magic Spoon: Visit MagicSpoon.com/VEEP and use the code VEEP to get $5 off your order Stay Connected With Us! Leave us a review and subscribe so you don't miss out on an episode  Send in your questions to www.Kastmedia.com/SecondinCommand and tune in to hear Matt and Tim answer your questions Matt Walsh https://www.instagram.com/mrmattwalsh Tim Simons https://www.instagram.com/timothycsimons See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Actorcast
Penny Templeton Returns! Acting Coach at Penny Templeton Studio | Episode 044

Actorcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 43:15


Penny Templeton returns to Actorcast, this time to talk about how actors can develop their artistry online. I really enjoyed my conversation with Penny and it was a nice continuation from her previous episode in season 1. We talk about how actors can improve upon their craft by learning online. We discuss how actors can develop in their craft in the online medium and we also discuss how actors can best prepare their careers in a post-pandemic world.Learn more about Penny, her book Acting Lions, and her work at https://pennytempletonstudio.com. You can check out the studio's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/PennyTempletonStudio. To learn more about The Drama Bookshop, please visit https://www.dramabookshop.com.Ana will be portraying the role of Josephine Baker in the new off-Broadway Musical: Harmony: a true story of the Comedian Harmonists, six talented young men, who came together in 1920s Germany and took the world by storm with their signature blend of sophisticated close harmonies and uproarious stage antics. It's directed and choreographed by Tony Award winner and Emmy-nominated Director Warren Carlyle at the Folksbeine National Yiddish Theatre. Music and lyrics by Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman. Opens April 14-May 8th with a possible extension until May 15th.Purchase tickets at: https://nytf.org/harmony/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIn9iK2v7S9gIVja6GCh3lmgKLEAAYASAAEgKoQ_D_BwE Follow on Instagram at: @thecastofharmony Penny Templeton's over 30 years of artistry is the culmination of four generations of theatre actresses. Although Penny was warned by her family not to go on the Stage, she embraced her legacy and began performing and studying under such masters as Paul Sorvino and Wynn Handman. Highlights of her career include starring in Joyce Carol Oates' I Stand Before You Naked at the American Place Theatre, and as Paul Sorvino's wife in All The King's Men. She started teaching in the early 1990's, and opened the Penny Templeton Studio in Manhattan in 1994. Ms. Templeton was selected by Columbia University's School of the Arts to teach ‘Acting for the Camera' to third year MFA students. Her book on the craft, business and art of acting, ACTING LIONS has been referred to as “The Actor's Bible” and has received rave reviews in the industry. Her unique teaching methods and techniques have garnered awareness and recognition from the press as well as industry peers. Most recently the Wall Street Journal highlighted her On-Camera Teaching techniques in its article on the importance of Green Screen in today's films. She has appeared on ABC News, as well as broadcast media outlets in the US, Great Britain, Canada & Australia as an expert commentator on the craft of Acting. Her articles on acting have been published in national magazines, and she was called upon to be a finalist Judge for the New York Film Festival, Emmys and Cable Ace Awards.Her directorial credits include the Off Broadway show, The Rise of Dorothy Hale, as well as the one man shows: F Train, Idiot's Guide to Life and I Stand Before You Naked. She is featured in Ronald Rand's acclaimed Acting Teachers of America, and Glenn Alterman's book, Promoting Your Acting Career. Ms. Templeton works and Skypes regularly with actors in Theatre, Film and Television in New York City, Los Angeles, throughout the United States, and all over the world. She has recently produced her Facebook Live Stream series on the craft of acting, airing Wednesdays at 5pm EST on the Penny Templeton Studio Facebook page. Penny teaches her Master Class, Advanced on Camera and coaches actor on set, for theater, auditions. and coaches and records self-tape auditions.Sign up for the Actorcast Newsletter at Actorcast.

Gold Derby
2022 Emmys Comedy: The Cases for Minx and Abbott Elementary -- Plus, Bill Hader vs. Jason Sudeikis

Gold Derby

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 56:38


On this episode of the Gold Derby Show, editors Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen get their LOLz on by checking in with the 2022 Emmy Awards comedy contenders, including Minx (7:24), The Flight Attendant (18:30), Barry (32:26), and more. To make your own predictions in the comedy categories -- and all other top Emmy races -- head to https://www.goldderby.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Line of Fire with Ramita Navai
Stuart Ramsay : lying on the back, just watching the whole car slowly but surely disintegrate… I said to myself I am going to die and I wonder if it's going to hurt

The Line of Fire with Ramita Navai

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 56:26


Stuart Ramsay is Sky News' longest serving foreign correspondent. Over the past 30 years he's covered 18 wars and has won multiple awards for his reporting, including two Emmys.  Stuart has just returned from covering the war in Ukraine. In this episode of The Line of Fire, Stuart recounts the terrifying moment he was shot and wounded in an ambush by the Russian military just outside of Kyiv.  Show Notes: Watch Sky News team under heavy fire as ambushed in Ukraine. Watch Hotspots (series) Sky on Demand. Follow Stuart Ramsay @ramsaysky

Second in Command: A Veep Rewatch
Tony Hale: Part Two | “Detroit” (S3E6) Veep Rewatch with Matt and Tim

Second in Command: A Veep Rewatch

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 63:46


Welcome back to Part 2 of the Tony Hale episode! Matt, Tim, and Tony continue walking through Episode 6: “Detroit” and go toe-to-toe on some Veep'n trivia.  SYNOPSIS: At an economic summit in Detroit, Selina's staff and her family are peeved by the presence of her new personal trainer, Ray. Meanwhile, Jonah and Mike negotiate a photo-op with Selina and Maddox. After an anti-gun rumor is spread, Selina goes to a gun show while in Detroit, but isn't happy when her daughter takes the spotlight after saving her from a protester. Tune in every Tuesday for new episodes | You can watch and listen to episodes on Spotify and Youtube and listen wherever you get your podcasts!  Thank you to our sponsors: ExpressVPN: Get an extra 3 months FREE on a one-year package when you visit ExpressVPN.com/VEEP Magic Spoon: Visit MagicSpoon.com/VEEP and use the code VEEP to get $5 off your order Stay Connected With Us! Leave us a review and subscribe so you don't miss out on an episode  Send in your questions to www.Kastmedia.com/SecondinCommand and tune in to hear Matt and Tim answer your questions Matt Walsh https://www.instagram.com/mrmattwalsh Tim Simons https://www.instagram.com/timothycsimons See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Awardist
The 2022 Emmys Awardist Coverage Starts April 25th, 2022

The Awardist

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 1:53


The Awardist Emmys coverage starts soon! Join Entertainment Weekly's Senior Awards Editor, Gerrad Hall and other opinionated, TV-loving EW staffers mondays starting April 25th as we cover the long road to TV's biggest night. Feel a sense of Euphoria as we dive in to who we think will and should win a coveted statuette. This season will feature exclusive interviews with your favorite tv stars including the cast of Yellowjackets, Sydney Sweeney, Samuel L Jackson, and more. The new season starts April 25th and new episodes drop Mondays. Subscribe now wherever you get your podcasts so you don't miss an episode and be sure to check out ew.com/awardist for more Emmys content.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Gold Derby
2022 Emmys Drama Categories: Severance Rises After Shocking Finale

Gold Derby

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 56:44


On this episode of the Gold Derby Show, editors Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen discuss the drama categories at the Emmy Awards, including how the buzzy Season 1 finale of Severance sets that show up for a big haul come July (00:10). Then, Joyce and Chris touch on the series finale of Killing Eve, the acting categories, and more -- including the first trailer for Stranger Things 4 (27:12). Finally, Joyce and Chris look at WeCrashed -- a limited series they both love (41:30). Make your Emmys predictions at https://www.goldderby.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Chris Stigall Show
Goodbye Gilbert Gottfried

The Chris Stigall Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 19:14


He was one of the comics who visited Stigall's studio more than any other.  Every time Gilbert came to town he'd stop by and inevitably share a new story about being cancelled or fired by someone for some joke or Tweet.  Gilbert was truly one of the pioneers of cancel culture.  Hear this mash-up of some of Gilbert's greatest moments.  He discusses everything from Adam West at an orgy, to roasting Joan Rivers and Hugh Heffner.  Getting fired by the Emmys and Aflac .  His love of vintage TV and film. A bit part in “Family Guy.” And of course, that classic, obnoxious voice and cackle that made a Disney parrot one of his most famous roles.

Second in Command: A Veep Rewatch
Tony Hale: Part One | “Detroit” (S3E6) Veep Rewatch with Matt and Tim

Second in Command: A Veep Rewatch

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 55:28


Gary Walsh makes a triumphant return to the podcast! Being a second-timer, Tony Hale gets into the thick of it with Matt and Tim and admits he wasn't always aware what was going on in the show. He also reveals how the script sometimes made him feel uncomfortable and had to trust that it would turn out well…and it did. The gents had so much fun recapping we had to make it into two parts! The second part will drop next Tuesday. SYNOPSIS: At an economic summit in Detroit, Selina's staff and her family are peeved by the presence of her new personal trainer, Ray. Meanwhile, Jonah and Mike negotiate a photo-op with Selina and Maddox. After an anti-gun rumor is spread, Selina goes to a gun show while in Detroit, but isn't happy when her daughter takes the spotlight after saving her from a protester. Tune in every Tuesday for new episodes | You can watch and listen to episodes on Spotify and Youtube and listen wherever you get your podcasts!  Thank you to our sponsor: ExpressVPN: Get an extra 3 months FREE on a one-year package when you visit ExpressVPN.com/VEEP Stay Connected With Us! Leave us a review and subscribe so you don't miss out on an episode  Send in your questions to www.Kastmedia.com/SecondinCommand and tune in to hear Matt and Tim answer your questions Matt Walsh https://www.instagram.com/mrmattwalsh Tim Simons https://www.instagram.com/timothycsimons See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

This Day in Quiztory
04.11_Remembering Actor Roscoe Lee Browne

This Day in Quiztory

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 1:33


#OTD Emmy award winning actor Roscoe Lee Browne passed away at the age of 84.

Kites and Strings
Dom Flemons, American Songster: Music Isn't Just a Musical Experience (S2 E29)

Kites and Strings

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 52:44


Today's guest, Dom Flemons, co-founded the Carolina Chocolate Drops in 2005, and on their third studio album, Genuine Negro Jig   they won the 2010 Grammy for Best Traditional Folk Album.  His 2018 album, Black Cowboys,  recorded on the Smithsonian Folkways label, was nominated for a 2019 Grammy in the same category, and he has been nominated for two Emmys. Most recently he was awarded the prestigious 2020 United States Artist Fellowship and his 2014 album , Prospect Hill   with Omnibus Records, has been re-issued.He has adopted the moniker "American Songster," and this was not him just claiming a title that sounded cool. Nope, its earned.  not only by way of the awards and high-praise he has received for his contributions to 20+ album collaborations, along with his seven solo albums, but also because he puts in the work researching what he plays. We learn so much from Don in this episode, not the least being that he has let his interest in his heritage and the music he has identified with over the years pull him into some very fruitful rabbit holes.  So yes, he's a historian, but he's also allowed his ongoing education about cultures in which he's identified,  as well as about the music, it's origins stories and about the instruments used to create such music. And of course, he's become a master on many of those instruments over the years.  Check of the links below to learn more about Dom Flemons, but in the mean time, settle in for some string grabbing and kite flying with Dom Flemons.Dom's website  -  https://theamericansongster.com/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/DomFlemonsMusic/Instagram - @domflemonsTo purchase tickets at the June 10, 2022, Wexler Group Trail Mix Concert Series (the series founded by Steve) featuring Don Flemons    https://www.trailmixmusic.org/Kites and Strings Website: https://www.kitesandstrings.com/​​Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kitesandstringspodcastTwitter:   @KitesandstringsInstagram:  @Kites_and_stringsemail: Kitesandstringspodcast@gmail.comKites and String's is produced and edited by Steve Ploum at Turning Stones Counseling, Inc.Our theme music is by Harrison Amer, and all other original music by purple planet music at https://www.purple-planet.com.  Our logo-design is by Cole Monroe at Blue Stag Creative.

TV's Top 5
Will ‘Winning Time' Stick to the Showtime Era in Season 2?

TV's Top 5

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 51:20


This Weeks Top 5 Topics: Headlines (1:27) Executive Musical Chairs (8:51) Emmys schedule (14:46) Two Surprising Renewals (26:49) Critics Corner (36:41) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Book Vs Movie Podcast
"The Insider" (1999) Al Pacino, Russell Crowe, & Michael Mann

Book Vs Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 64:57


Book Vs. Movie: The InsiderMarie Brenner's Vanity Fair Article Vs the Michael Mann FilmThe American news program 60 Minutes has long been considered one of the most trusted news outlets in the media. In the mid-1990s their reputation took a hit when they were accused of joining in the silencing of whistleblower Jeffrey Wigand who worked in the tobacco industry and accused his company, Brown & Williamson, of sneaking addictive chemicals into their cigarettes. The Man Who Knew Too Much by Marie Brenner appeared in Vanity Fair in 1996 where she followed Wigand as he dealt with lawyers wanting him to give testimony against Brown & Williamson and his former employer invoking a nondisclosure agreement threatening his financial stability. Wigand felt pressure to do the right thing but did not feel supported until he met 60 Minutes producer Lowell Bergman. A supremely talented journalist with multiple Emmys to his credit, Bergman, and reporter Mike Wallace thought his testimony was an important story to cover. Wigand claimed while waiting for trial, his former employers were harassing him and he went so far as to go to the FBI with allegations but he was labeled an unstable troublemaker and therefore, unreliable. His marriage fell apart and his paranoia increased when death threats were involved. He trusted 60 Minutes would clear his name but CBS President of News, Eric Ober (named Eric Kluster in the movie) decided not to broadcast Wigand's interview as they could be sued by Brown & Willamson. Michael Mann's film deals with the blowback from Bergman and the media at large for what was seen as a cowardly move to protect CBS's upcoming sale to Westinghouse. In the movie, Russell Crowe plays Wigand (playing 20 years older than he was at the time) and Al Pacino as Bergman and The Insider would be a crucial favorite and earned several Academy Award nominations. Alas, it was the same year that American Beauty was nominated for multiple awards for some mind-boggling reason. So, between the original story and the 1999 film-which did we prefer? In this ep the Margos discuss:Marie Brenner's writing careerThe tobacco industry in America and the lawsuits of the 1990s & 2000sThe differences between the real-life characters and the filmThe cast: Al Pacino (Lowell Bergman,) Russell Crowe (Dr. Jeffrey Wigand,) Christopher Plummer (Mike Wallace,) Diane Venora (Liane Wigand,) Philp Baker Hall (Don Hewitt,) Lindsay Crouse (Sharon Tiller,) Debi Mazar (Debbie De Luca,) Stephen Tobolowsky (Eric Kluster,) Colm Feore (Richard Scruggs,) Bruce McGill (Ron Motley,) Gina Gershon as Helen Caparelli.Clips used:60 Minutes edited segmentThe Insider trailerCBS decides to edit the segmentBruce McGill as the Mississippi lawyerJeffrey calls LowellLowell resignsMusic by Lisa Gerrard and Pieter Bourke Book Vs. Movie is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. Find more podcasts you will love Frolic.Media/podcasts. Join our Patreon page to help support the show! https://www.patreon.com/bookversusmovie Book Vs. Movie podcast https://www.facebook.com/bookversusmovie/Twitter @bookversusmovie www.bookversusmovie.comEmail us at bookversusmoviepodcast@gmail.com Margo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com brooklynfitchick@gmail.comMargo P. @ShesNachoMama https://coloniabook.weebly.com/ Our logo was designed by Madeleine Gainey/Studio 39 Marketing Follow on Instagram @Studio39Marketing & @musicalmadeleine

The Carson Podcast
Don Mischer

The Carson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 27:15


Don Mischer discusses working with Carson on the 1993 Kennedy Center Honors, Bob Hope's 90th Birthday featuring Carson, asking Carson during  retirement to host the Oscars and Emmys, Don Rickles, & Garry Shandling.

Gold Derby
Early 2022 Emmys Predictions: Setting the Stage for the Most Crowded Year Yet

Gold Derby

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 73:29


On this episode of the Gold Derby Show, editors and experts Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen finally put aside the Oscars to talk about the 2022 Emmy Awards. Is this the most crowded year ever? What to make of the comedy and drama categories -- and don't even get them started on limited series. 1:58: Comedy categories 27:53: Drama categories 48:13: Limited series categories Make your early Emmys picks at https://www.goldderby.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Heard That With Marisa Podcast
Episode 71: Angels In L.A.

Heard That With Marisa Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 56:13


On this episode of #HeardThat #Podcast, Emmy Award winning Executive Producer, formerly of 'Entertainment Tonight', 'The Insider' and 'The Talk', and now is a champion for the community with an incredible non profit called 'Project Angel Food', Brad Bessey joins the podcast! He talks about how his inspirations to get into television, winning his Emmys, and his passion about giving back to the community. 

Second in Command: A Veep Rewatch
Diedrich Bader | “Fishing” (S3E5) Veep Rewatch with Matt and Tim

Second in Command: A Veep Rewatch

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 79:05


Today, we're visited by Diedrich Bader, who played campaign manager turned scapegoat Bill Ericsson! Diedrich recalls his time on ‘Veep' and how he got to wear the “fame hat” because of the show; he talks about how taking his kids to the beach made him bomb his audition in front of Julia Louis-Dreyfus; how he never could memorize his lines and therefore was constantly nervous on set. SYNOPSIS: Amy and Dan compete for the role of campaign manager, while Selina meets with a third candidate, Bill Ericsson. Mike causes a stir collecting his semen while at work for IVF purposes and Gary worries that his shoulder pain may prevent him from keeping his job. Meanwhile, Selina, Dan and Gary travel to Virginia to persuade George Maddox not to run for president.  Tune in every Tuesday for new episodes | You can watch and listen to episodes on Spotify and Youtube and listen wherever you get your podcasts!  Thank you to our sponsor: Brooklinen: Visit Brooklinen.com and use promo code VEEP for $20 off your purchase of $100 or more Stay Connected With Us! Leave us a review and subscribe so you don't miss out on an episode  Send in your questions to www.Kastmedia.com/SecondinCommand and tune in to hear Matt and Tim answer your questions Matt Walsh https://www.instagram.com/mrmattwalsh Tim Simons https://www.instagram.com/timothycsimons See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Theatre Podcast with Alan Seales
Ep200 - Patti LuPone: Broadway Royalty

The Theatre Podcast with Alan Seales

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 68:43


Combined across the Emmys, Grammys, Olivier and Tony Awards, Patt LuPone has 14 nominations and six wins. Her resume includes 27 Broadway credits, including Eva Perón in the original Broadway production of Evita (1st Tony Award), Anything Goes, Sweeney Todd, Noises Off, Rose in the 2008 Broadway revival of Gypsy (2nd Tony Award), Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, War Paint, Working, Oliver!, The Robber Bridegroom, and The Beggar's Opera. In London she starred in the original casts of Les Misérables, The Cradle Will Rock, Sunset Boulevard, and the West End revival of Company. She also has a long and illustrious career across TV and film, with credits including Driving Miss Daisy, Frasier, Will and Grace, Ugly Betty, 30 Rock, Glee, American Horror Story, Girls, Penny Dreadful, and of course, Life Goes On. She's a voiceover artist, a cabaret performer, a mom, and performs regularly with the New York Philharmonic, all of which mean you can find her singing across 22 different albums. Patti LuPone was the first American to ever win an Olivier Award, has been inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame, and can now be seen on Broadway in the revival of Company.  LuPone recalls her first introduction to the musical Gypsy (playing Louise) in high school, speaking candidly about not understanding the play at the time, and shares how she was initially banned from participating in any of Arthur Laurents work before going on to win a Tony Award for playing Rose. She reflects on going to the “dark side” a lot when COVID shut the industry down, noting it wasn't that she couldn't perform but rather that she had nothing to fill that void with, and shares how close-knit and supportive the cast and crew of Company is as a result of the collective trauma and uncertainty they faced together once they resumed rehearsals. LuPone also speaks about the importance of doing her work completely in the rehearsal room, allowing her and the audience to both play and relax once she is onstage, and shares why she looks at the audience every single night.  In this episode, we talk about:  Being in one of the first-ever students in Juilliard's school of drama in the 70's  Her Maryilyn Monroe impression at 3 years old  What it is about laughter from an audience that brings her joy  What she calls the “Italian blast”, and not having a filter  Her “Andrew Lloyd Webber memorial pool” Resenting producers or anybody that underestimates the audience's intelligence Connect with Patti: Twitter: @pattilupone IG: @pattilupone Web: pattilupone.com Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at feedback@thetheatrepodcast.com. I want to know what you think. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Jason and Deb Full Show
The Morning X with Jason Dick and Friends - Nick Is The Worst

Jason and Deb Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 97:02


We discuss why Emily thinks she's famous AF after being caught on camera at an Austin AG rugby game, our best guesses at when Jason will actually move into his new house in Manor, and why Nick is the worst for ghosting his latest Bumble date.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.