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Ce 79e épisode est consacré au Pro Sailing Tour avec deux marins qui ont participé du 22 au 26 juin au deuxième épisode de la saison 2 à Brest : Vincent Riou, embarqué à bord de Solidaires en peloton-Arsep, et Morgan Lagravière, qui a remplacé Sam Goodchild à la barre de Leyton, avec la victoire à la clé. Ce dernier raconte comment il est passé sans transition de la Sardinha Cup (courue avec Tom Laperche), usante, notamment lors d'une deuxième étape au cours de laquelle les deux marins ont effectué “200 changements de voiles”, à l'Ocean Fifty, support qu'il découvrait pour l'occasion. Le fait d'avoir à ses côtés un équipage rodé et entraîné - Aymeric Chappellier, Pierre Pennec, Devan Le Bihan et Laurane Mettraux - l'a aidé à prendre en main le bateau, ce qui explique la domination de Leyton, vainqueur de quatre côtiers sur six et du Défi des 24 heures. Sur Solidaires en Peloton-Arsep, les résultats - quatrième place à égalité de points avec le troisième, Arkema - sont jugés satisfaisants par Vincent Riou, compte tenu du fait qu'une partie de l'équipage se découvrait. “Le bateau demande un peu d'organisation, l'objectif de la saison est de faire progresser l'équipage”, explique celui qui avait à bord un rôle, entre autres, de navigateur, aux côtés du skipper Thibaut Vauchel-Camus, d'Hugo Dhallenne, d'Antoine Joubert et d'Aloïs Kerduel. Vincent Riou confie en tout cas son plaisir de participer à un circuit en équipage, dans un univers franco-français de la course au large qui privilégie le solitaire et le double, tandis que Morgan Lagravière estime que le Pro Sailing Tour “coche toutes les cases”, avec notamment “la valeur ajoutée exceptionnelle" que représente le fait d'embarquer des invités sur les parcours côtiers. L'un comme l'autre racontent ensuite l'épisode brestois, avec notamment un défi des 24 heures couru dans des conditions soutenues, ce qui fait dire à Morgan Lagravière que “le niveau d'engagement en Ocean Fifty est beaucoup plus élevé qu'en Ultim.” Nous évoquons pour finir la suite de la saison des deux marins : Vincent Riou, qui a également navigué en Class40 au printemps, va continuer dès cette semaine sur le Pro Sailing Tour en baie de Saint-Brieuc, avant de s'occuper du routage de Thibaut Vauchel-Camus sur la Route du Rhum-Destination Guadeloupe. Il effectue aussi des missions de coaching pour le pôle Finistère course au large de Port-la-Forêt, pour des skippers Imoca et pour Damien Guillou en vue de la Golden Globe Race. Morgan Lagravière change quant à lui de nouveau de support dès cette semaine puisqu'il retrouve l'équipage du Maxi Edmond de Rothschild sur la Finistère Atlantique-Challenge Action Enfance, un projet qui va l'occuper jusqu'à la fin de l'année. Il est en effet skipper remplaçant de Charles Caudrelier sur la Route du Rhum - il va devoir pour cela faire une qualification en solitaire de 1 500 milles - et le bateau s'élancera dans la foulée du Rhum sur le Trophée Jules Verne. Ce 78e épisode revient sur la troisième édition de la Sardinha Cup qui s'est terminée dimanche par la victoire de Maël Garnier et Pierre Leboucher (Ageas-Team Baie de Saint-Brieuc), avec deux invités qui y ont participé, Benjamin Schwartz, co-skipper de Gaston Morvan sur Région Bretagne-CMB Espoir), le duo ayant remporté la deuxième étape (6e au général), et Corentin Horeau (Mutuelle Bleue), 11e au classement final. Les deux marins commencent par revenir sur la deuxième étape entre le Portugal et la Vendée marquée par une situation météo particulièrement incertaine et orageuse dans le golfe de Gascogne, conduisant les skippers, qui ne disposent plus d'infos météo une fois en mer, à jouer la carte du bord rapprochant. “C'était une étape bizarre, on ne savait pas où donner, je n'ai jamais vu autant d'orages, c'était même un peu angoissant”, commente Corentin Horeau. Qui, avec son co-skipper Julien Villion, que ce soit à l'aller vers Figueira da Foz ou au retour, a beaucoup osé d'un point de vue stratégique, sans doute trop, reconnaît-il. Cette absence d'infos météo, renforcée par le fait que, contrairement à une Solitaire du Figaro, les marins ne reçoivent pas de bulletins météo ni de classements de la part de la direction de course, ne plaît que modérément à Benjamin Schwartz, parce que “ça apporte un côté un peu aléatoire qui enlève une partie de la stratégie météo que je trouve intéressante”. Il parle ensuite de Gaston Morvan, qu'il a appris à découvrir sur cette course : “Ce qui m'a impressionné chez lui, c'est sa linéarité d'émotions à bord du bateau, il arrive à les réguler, ce qui est une vraie force quand tu fais du solo, parce que ça permet de ne pas perdre d'énergie et de rester concentré sur la course.” Corentin Horeau évoque de son côté le vainqueur Maël Garnier, 21 ans, qu'il a connu en Waszp : “Ce qui est admirable chez lui, c'est que comme il n'est pas dans une filière comme Macif et Bretagne CMB, il arrive en plus à gérer son projet lui-même”, le skipper de Mutuelle Bleue soulignant également “l'apport énorme” de Pierre Leboucher dans cette victoire. Il confie au passage "avoir pas mal bossé pour identifier les points faibles et les points forts” de ses concurrents en vue de la Solitaire, dont le favori, selon lui, sera Tom Laperche, qui est de “la caste des Cammas et autres Lagravière.” Ce qui n'empêche pas Corentin Horeau d'afficher ses ambitions : “Mon rêve depuis que je suis tout petit, c'est d'aller chercher cette Solitaire.” Nos deux invités parlent enfin de leurs autres projets, Sails of Change (ex Spindrift) pour Benjamin Schwartz - “Mes meilleurs souvenirs de navigation à date sont sur ce bateau”, explique-t-il - avec une nouvelle tentative sur le Trophée Jules Verne en vue à partir d'octobre prochain, Sodebo Ultim 3 pour Corentin Horeau qui a à peine eu le temps de rentrer de la Sardinha qu'il est de nouveau sur l'eau ce mardi, “avec une nouvelle paire de foils à tester.” Diffusé le 28 juin 2022 Générique : Fast and wild/EdRecords Post-production : Julien Badoil/Studio Juno
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Pixar's Coco and the World of Animation with Carlos Moreno Jr.Today on the show is Carlos Moreno Jr. Carlos was the voice of a handful of characters in the Oscar® Nominated Animated Masterpiece "Coco." Coco is, by far, one of the best-animated films I've ever experienced. It one of my top five films of 2017.Carlos Moreno Jr., key to the stellar cast of Pixar's most lauded feature since "Toy Story," is a name you need to know from "Coco," the multi-awarded, "Golden Globe" and "Critic's Choice" winner, was the headline speaker at the Sundance Latino Filmmakers panel where he will launch the Legacy App. (www.legacyapp.co) with the always appealing, creator Mel Ramirez. This app allows you to share your photos and videos with your loved ones long after you have passed.This app allows you to share your photos and videos with your loved ones long after you have passed. A highlight of this stand-alone special Festival programming, is the selection of a unique, top-tier film to premiere after the panel which is Moreno's signature award-winning short, "Panacea." We are joined by star and co-writer of the short Kyle Devero.Thanks again to Media Circus PR who co-produced these podcasts episodes with me. Enjoy my interview with Carlos Moreno Jr.
American Beauty was 1999's Best Picture winner at the Academy Awards. And it was an unstoppable behemoth when it came to end of year accolades, cleaning up as well at the Golden Globes, the BAFTAs, SAG, and more. Critics practically tripped over themselves digging deep into their vocabularies to properly articulate the film's genius. And yet, 23 year later, the consensus seems to be that the film is...bad. So what happened (beyond the dark revelations of Kevin Spacey's long history of terrible, abusive behavior and sexual assault)? And is there anything left to make American Beauty a film that can still be appreciated? Is anything about American Beauty still beautiful? This week, John and Joey are joined by the Addington siblings, Aislinn and Tobin, co-hosts of CageClub's very own The Contenders podcast. They discuss their journeys from loving and then really, really hating Sam Mendes and Alan Ball's strange, misguided, ambitious, and hopelessly outdated failure.
You will know by now that Rex Pickett, author of the book 'Sideways' on which the Oscar, BAFTA and Golden Globe winning movie was based, is in New Zealand writing Sideways NZ: The Road Back - note the subtle change in the name of the new book. He's holed up at Prophet's Rock winery with the guesthouse all to himself. There is no doubt that the ideation required to write the new book is definitely in train and Rex continues to throw out some mysterious titbits and teasers about the plot and the characters. The conversation covers so many topics that it's impossible to summarise in this episode's description. We promise to do a better job for the next episode. If you're in Wellington, why not come out and meet Rex? He'll be at Winetopia on Friday July 1 and Saturday July 2 at the TSB arena in downtown Wellington. Come along and taste the range of Sideways wines too! We'd love to see you there and Rex would love it if you were there too to talk movies, books, and anything else. Why not subscribe to the podcast? Here's the RSS feed for you to click on, https://anchor.fm/s/7829a34c/podcast/rss or alternatively, search for 'Sideways The Life of Wine' on Spotify, Apple, Google, Podcast Addict, or any good podcast player out there. The Sideways wine collection (handpicked by Rex Pickett) is now on sale, so please head to https://www.blackmarket.co.nz/promo/sideways-wines-feature or www.158.co.nz and taste the movie! Have you got a question to ask Rex about wine, all things Sideways (the books, the movie, the musical, the podcast, or the play)? Then please write to him on email@example.com This is just a reminder that this episode comes with a content warning and is created for adult audiences only. We advise listener and reader discretion for adult themes and language mentioned. Produced by 158 Limited.
Congratulations to Sue and Kendra for winning another Gracie Award for their Exceptional Women Podcast. This year, Sue and Kendra won for BEST INTERVIEW FEATURE for their interview with Golden Globe and Emmy winning actress Kyra Sedgwick. We are so proud of them!
Want to see the video version of this podcast? Please visit Youtube here: https://buff.ly/3ydv72q Gary W. Goldstein has produced some of Hollywood's biggest box-office hits (Pretty Woman, Under Siege, The Mothman Prophecies and more), generating well over One Billion Dollars in worldwide revenue, receiving multiple Academy Award nominations, People's Choice Awards, a Golden Globe and other honors. Before moving to Los Angeles, Gary practiced as an attorney in San Francisco. He later served as president of two divisions of IAM.com, an internet entertainment company successfully funded at $50MM. Gary's passion as a storyteller goes beyond producing the work of gifted screenwriters. He's committed to sharing with everyone who desires real success and enduring careers as a creative professional his smart, simple strategies that magically transform talent into business success more rapidly and with greater ease. Gary's spoken at TEDx La Jolla, been published by the Huffington Post, and was a contributing author for the Napoleon Hill Foundation's newest publication "Stickability". Gary also regularly speaks to creative audiences and has given talks at American Film Institute, UCLA, Emerson College, De Anza College, the Dallas Screenwriters Association, the Great American Pitchfest and beyond. MORE VIDEOS WITH GARY W. GOLDSTEIN https://bit.ly/3kVkYjs CONNECT WITH GARY W. GOLDSTEIN http://garywgoldstein.com http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0326214/ https://www.facebook.com/garywgoldstein https://www.instagram.com/garywgoldstein https://twitter.com/garywgoldstein http://www.youtube.com/garywgoldstein RELATED VIDEOS A Professional Writer Doesn't Wait For Inspiration - Danny Strong [FULL INTERVIEW] - https://youtu.be/iSsBYP9atGE The Screenwriter's Blueprint for Career Success - Gary W. Goldstein [FULL INTERVIEW] - https://youtu.be/A5JfcTifiE8 Beginners Guide To Screenwriting - Shannan E. Johnson [FULL INTERVIEW] - https://youtu.be/pwcTge9iF0E Writing A Great Movie: Key Tools For Successful Screenwriting - Jeff Kitchen [FULL INTERVIEW] - https://youtu.be/xCCzm4n506o Conquering Hollywood: The Screenwriter's Blueprint For Career Success - Gary W. Goldstein Interview - https://youtu.be/yWh9Wgur9hI SUPPORT FILM COURAGE BY BECOMING A MEMBER https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs8o1mdWAfefJkdBg632_tg/join CONNECT WITH FILM COURAGE http://www.FilmCourage.com http://twitter.com/#!/FilmCourage https://www.facebook.com/filmcourage https://www.instagram.com/filmcourage http://filmcourage.tumblr.com http://pinterest.com/filmcourage SUBSCRIBE TO THE FILM COURAGE YOUTUBE CHANNEL http://bit.ly/18DPN37 LISTEN TO THE FILM COURAGE PODCAST https://soundcloud.com/filmcourage-com Stuff we use: LENS - Most people ask us what camera we use, no one ever asks about the lens which filmmakers always tell us is more important. This lens was a big investment for us and one we wish we could have made sooner. Started using this lens at the end of 2013 - http://amzn.to/2tbtmOq AUDIO Rode VideoMic Pro - The Rode mic helps us capture our backup audio. It also helps us sync up our audio in post http://amzn.to/2t1n2hx Audio Recorder - If we had to do it all over again, this is probably the first item we would have bought - http://amzn.to/2tbFlM9 LIGHTS - Although we like to use as much natural light as we can, we often enhance the lighting with this small portable light. We have two of them and they have saved us a number of times - http://amzn.to/2u5UnHv COMPUTER - Our favorite computer, we each have one and have used various models since 2010 - http://amzn.to/2t1M67Z EDITING - We upgraded our editing suite this year and we're glad we did! This has improved our workflow and the quality of our work. Having new software also helps when we have a problem, it's easy to search and find a solution - https://goo.gl/56LnpM *These are affiliate links, by using them you can help support this channel.
Welcome to the Tending Creativity Podcast! Episode 18: Going After What You Want ft. Illustrator Fabiola Lara *Get a free sticker by leaving a written review on apple podcasts!! Screenshot your review and email it along with your mailing address, to firstname.lastname@example.org or DM us on Instagram* For this episode I got to talk to illustrator, podcaster, and youtuber Fabiola Lara. Fabiola has created work for the Los Angeles Times, the Golden Globes, Instagram and more! She has a podcast called Draws in Spanish where she interviews notable Latinx visual artists. Fabiola has an incredibly tenacious spirit and I loved hearing about her journey as an artist and person! In this episode we talk about: -Fabiola introduces herself -Fabiola's relationship with creativity as a child -Viewing art as a hobby, not as a potential career, growing up -Entering college after high school -Majoring in a science degree -Missing art and figuring out a way to get to take art classes as a science major -Considering medical illustration -Realizing she didn't want a career in the medical field -Discovering she was interested in media, tech, and social media -Switching her major to marketing/advertising -Getting internships in media -Interning for Tumblr and a post-grad job falling through -Feeling stressed and pressure about getting a job after graduation -Dealing with negative family criticism -Starting to get illustration commissions while working full time -Transitioning from working a corporate job to freelancing -Quitting her job after being accepted into an illustration program in Barcelona -Moving to Spain -Falling into a housing scam, the start of the pandemic, and returning back to the United States -Freelancing as a designer and illustrator at the beginning of her freelance career -Her first kind of illustration commissions -How her work and freelance jobs have changed -The evolution of her illustration style -Work for clients vs personal work and closing that gap -Advocating for her work -Going from digital tools to analog tools to hone in on her style -Self doubt as an artist -Boundaries between identity and work-life as an artist -What Fabiola likes to do for fun-watching tv, TikTok -Having moved to a new city during the pandemic and finding friends being difficult Fabiola's website Fabiola's podcast Draws In Spanish Fabiola's YouTube Channel Fabiola's Instagram Fabiola's TikTok Remember to leave a written review on Apple podcasts to get a free sticker!! Follow us on Instagram Host/Marissa's Instagram Host/Marissa's Tik Tok Tending Creativity Tik Tok Host/Marissa's Youtube Channel --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tendingcreativity/message
Liz's new jeans force her to choose between her moral compass and how good her butt looks, Jack's merger fears lead him to back an increasingly insane and racist Steve Austin (John Slattery) as a pro-business congressional candidate, and Jenna's jealousy almost ruins Tracy's chances at a Golden Globe - but Hard to Watch is just too good. Original Air Date: November 11, 2010 Love the pod? Join our Patreon party! You can find us at patreon.com/takespod and choose the level (adventure) that works for you. Want more Nick and Julie? Check out their other podcast: Takes All Over the Place - wherever you get your podcasts. They can also be found on social @takespod and @blergpodcast
Today on the pod Jeremy is speaking with writer, director, producer and show-runner Liz Hannah. Liz is an incredibly accomplished person having wrote the 2017 Steven Spielberg film The Post for which she was nomninated for a Golden Globe. More recently, she was a writer and executive producer on the Hulu series The Dropout. But our conversation today primarily concerns her work co-creating, writing and executive producing the true crime series The Girl From Plainville on Hulu. The series follows the story of Conrad Roy and his long-distance girlfriend Michelle Carter who was convicted of manslaughter after encouraging him over text to commit suicide. The series is a fascinating and heart-breaking look at everyone's everlasitng search for meaning and self-worth and how those desires can lead to tragic outcomes. We talk about this and so much more from the person who's brain it came from! Check out this awesome conversation!
Kyra Sedgwick is an award-winning actress, producer and director. She is best known for her Emmy and Golden Globe-winning role as Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson on the TNT crime drama “The Closer” and most recently starred on the ABC comedy “Call Your Mother.” She recently directed the feature film SPACE ODDITY, which stars Kyle Allen and Alexandra Shipp.In 2018, Sedgwick received a DGA nomination for her directorial debut with the feature STORY OF A GIRL. She then helmed the short film GIRLS WEEKEND, which premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. She has directed episodes of “Grace & Frankie,” “City on a Hill”, “Ray Donovan,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (on which she also had a recurring role) and many others.Her film roles include THE EDGE OF SEVENTEEN, THE POSSESSION, THE GAME PLAN, SECONDHAND LIONS, WHAT'S COOKING, PHENOMENON, HEART AND SOULS, SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT, BORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY and SINGLES.Planets and lives collide in this Kyra Sedgwick-directed feature. Alex (Kyle Allen) longs to travel to outer space and finally gets the opportunity to do so thanks to a privately-funded Mars colonization program. In the midst of his rigorous preparation, he meets Daisy (Alexandra Shipp), the new girl in town who's trying to start over. The two wayward souls connect in unexpected ways, both of them harboring secrets that they're desperately trying to overcome. However, when questions about the legitimacy of the program and the future of his parents' flower farm begin to crop up, Alex finds himself questioning whether it's easier to confront his past or fly away into the stars.In a time where nihilism about the Earth's future is rampant, it can be difficult to find optimism about what comes next. However, Space Oddity is a heartwarming film that encourages living life to the fullest with those you love the most.
Creator and Independent Producer of numerous award winning movies and long form drama series including: The Man In The High Castle a 40 hour long Amazon series which has become the cornerstone of the streaming network's line-up, winner of two Primetime Emmy's and many other awards. Quartet Dustin Hoffman's directorial debut and Golden Globe nominee, starring Maggie Smith, The Invisible Woman Oscar nominated, starring and directed by Ralph Fiennes, the Emmy Award winning Peter and Wendy starring Stanley Tucci. The Miners winner of the Grierson Award, This Little Life BAFTA nominated and winner of the Dennis Potter, BANFF and RTS awards and Saboteurs the Prix Italia winning series. Stewart studied at the Edinburgh College of Art and Royal College of Art in London and after graduating regularly contributed illustrations for The Times, Sunday Times, Oz, Nova, Time Out, , Spare Rib, Ambit and Management Today amongst many others. He also produced the artwork for the British TV movie The War Game and designs for the Royal Shakespeare Company. His work was featured in the Radical Illustrators magazine published by the Association of Illustrators in which co-editor George Snow singled out Mackinnon as “perhaps the greatest single influence on today's Radical Illustrators.” After being awarded a DAAD scholarship for his film Border Crossing he spent a year in Berlin before returning to the UK where he founded Trade Films which produced films and television such as The Miners' Campaign, Woodbine Place and Grierson Award winner, When the Dog Bites. He was closely involved in devising the Workshop Declaration in partnership with Channel 4. The Workshops worked with their local communities, women's organisations and ethnic minority communities. So began a decade of experiment with progressive and aesthetically avant-garde documentaries and dramas screened on British television, which continued until 1990. Stewart set up the Northern Film and Television Archive in the late 1990s and some years later co-founded the Northern Screen Commission with Sir Peter Carr, and Media Training Centre which provided courses for deaf students which was the first of its kind in the world. In 2005 he founded Headline Pictures with the Head of BBC drama Mark Shivas and after delivering the fourth and final season of Man in the High Castle in 2020 founded Circle Pictures with US based Jere Sulivan with the aim of producing world class drama which explores the pressing issues of our times.
Four-time Emmy and Golden Globe nominee Natasha Lyonne joins the show to talk about the past, the present, and the highly-acclaimed second season of Russian Doll. Natasha recounts the long road that led her and Amy Poehler to create the wonderfully off-kilter world of Nadia Vulvokov, shares what made her fall in love with directing, and describes the new challenges season 2 presents its protagonists from both a writing and acting perspective. Natasha also reveals who she would choose to go on a time-travel adventure with, gives us a peek into her past life as a gymnast, and explains how her personal journey of breaking apart and coming together allowed her to form her own perspective and ambitions.
The Artist Mentor interviews Award-winning Songwriter and Record Producer Eliot Kennedy. FOLLOW ME--------------------------------------------------- TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theartistmentorInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_artist_mentorFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/theartistmentorWeb: https://theartistmentor.com BOOK A 1:1 CONSULTATION---------------------------------------------------https://app.squarespacescheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=23985214ABOUT ELIOT KENNEDY--------------------------------------------------- Over his successful career, Eliot has worked with artists such as Take That, Spice Girls, Bryan Adams, Lulu, S Club 7, Five, Gary Barlow, Delta Goodrem and The Wanted. He's won a Grammy Award, an Ivor Novello winner and also been nominated for a Golden Globe and a Critic's Choice Award. Eliot's most recent work includes co-writing the score for Finding Neverland, the hit Broadway musical, with Gary Barlow.
Please give a warm welcome to Golden-Globe nominated film composer Carlo Siliotto, who has written music for over 100 films, documentaries, and TV series. Born in Rome, Carlo shares stories of his early days in Italy, when his mom gave him a choice for his birthday - a bike or a guitar. He chose the guitar, and he's never composing ever since. Carlo has worked with some of the most recognized names in the business, from Franco Cristaldi to Oliver Stone. We talk about his style, his process to composing music, and the film that brought him to America, where he now lives by the ocean. Join us today on #DeborahKobyltLIVE and @LittleItalyPodcast, and please invite your friends to join us too. Our show is available on all video and audio podcast platforms. Please like and follow us, we truly appreciate your support. #DeborahZaraKobylt
Mandy Moore first rose to stardom with her hit single Candy in 1999. It made Mandy a teen pop star, following the steps of her peers Britney Spears, N'Sync and the Backstreet Boys. But she never wanted to be just a pop star – she had dreams of performing on stage and screen and writing her own music. And for the last 20+ years, Mandy has been doing just that. She's starred in movies like Saved, The Princess Diaries and I'm Not Here. On TV she's appeared on Grey's Anatomy, Scrubs and This is Us, the smash-hit, beloved drama that just finished its 6-year run on NBC. Mandy played Rebecca Pearson on the show, a role that earned her Screen Actors Guild and People's Choice awards, along with Emmy and Golden Globe nominations. Mandy is currently gearing up for her first North American tour in over a decade, in support of her new album In Real Life.
This week we welcome award-winning author, journalist, podcast host Kyle Langan. Kyle talks about his new LGBTQIA novel that came out June 3rd just in time for Pride Month. The book, entitled "Confessions of a Callboy," explores sexual identity, self-acceptance, suicide, and sex work, while all wrapped up in a juicy murder plot. We also talk about gas award-winning lifestyle blog Hamptons to Hollywood and his podcast of the same name. Kyle talks about movie to L.A and getting started in the entertainment business. We find out how Kyle try to sneak into the Golden Globe awards not once but a few times. We give you all of the San Diego Pride festivities to add to your calendar. We finish it all off with Carol of the week.
Host Alison Herman talks to Amy Schumer, creator and star of the comedy-drama series LIFE & BETH, about how motherhood changes your perspective as a writer, why she loves writing in bed and the differences between writing a sketch show like INSIDE AMY SCHUMER versus a scripted show like LIFE & BETH. Amy Schumeris a New York-based comedian, actress, and screenwriter. From 2013 to 2016, she was the creator, co-producer, co-writer, and star of the Comedy Central sketch comedy series INSIDE AMY SCHUMER, for which she received a Peabody Award and was nominated for five Primetime Emmy Awards, winning Outstanding Variety Sketch Series in 2015. Schumer wrote and made her film debut in a starring role in TRAINWRECK, for which she received nominations for Writers Guild and Golden Globe Awards. In 2022, she co-hosted the 94th Academy Awards alongside Regina Hall and Wanda Sykes. Her current project is the Hulu comedy-drama series LIFE & BETH. In this semi-autobiographical series, the seemingly-perfect life of Beth, a Manhattanite wine distributor, is upended by an unexpected incident that forces her to engage with her past. In a single moment, her life changes forever, leading her on a journey to discover how she became who she is and what she wants to become. -- Read shownotes, transcripts, and other member interviews: www.onwriting.org/ -- Follow the Guild on social media: Twitter: @OnWritingWGAE | @WGAEast Facebook: /WGAEast Instagram: @WGAEast
REPLAY of #192. Susie Goodall is a badass. Mia & I met her in Antigua in February after she'd just completed a solo trans-Atlantic crossing in her Rustler 36. At just 26, she is the first woman to enter next year's Gold Globe Race, essentially a reenactment of the famous race that Sir Robin Knox-Johnston won in 1968, establishing nonstop solo ocean racing. Susie was prepping for the return voyage to England when we spoke, which will fulfill the races qualifying passage requirement. Despite her youth, she's an accomplished sailor, having worked as a skipper with Rubicon 3 in the Arctic and has sailed thousands of offshore miles. Follow Susie's adventures at susiegoodall.com. -- Join the conversation on The Quarterdeck, 59º North's 'deep dives on the art of seamanship.' Annual membership site with access to the canon of seamanship content (articles, videos, podcasts & more); a thriving community passionate about sailing; and direct access to Andy, Mia, August, Nikki & Emma, the 'Admiralty' to have all of your sailing & seamanship questions answered! quarterdeck.59-north.com -- ON THE WIND is presented by Athletic Greens. Their daily product, AG1, contains 75 vitamins, minerals, and whole-food sourced nutrients in one convenient daily serving. One Scoop, 8 ounces of water. It's all you really need, really. Visit athleticgreens.com/onthewind for an exclusive offer from Athletic Greens. ON THE WIND is also supported by Offshore Passage Opportunities, the #1 Crew Networking Service in North America. OPO has helped thousands of sailors meet and make successful passages since 1993. Sign up at sailopo.com. The service is free for owners looking for crew, and once you pay the membership fee as a crew, you sail for FREE! ON THE WIND is also supported by Harborburn Cannon Co., brought to you by the founders of 59 North Sailing. Harborburn was born of an idea by a group of sailing friends looking for a way to add some fun onboard our boats. We figured “if you own a boat, you need a cannon!”
Tom Cruise, is an American actor and producer. One of the world's highest-paid actors, he has received various accolades, including an Honorary Palme d'Or and three Golden Globe Awards, in addition to nominations for three Academy Awards and a British Academy Film Award. His films have grossed over $4 billion in North America and over $10.1 billion worldwide, making him one of the highest-grossing box office stars of all time. 5x #1 Bestselling Author and Motivational Speaker Erik Qualman has performed in over 55 countries and reached over 50 million people this past decade. He was voted the 2nd Most Likable Author in the World behind Harry Potter's J.K. Rowling. Have Erik speak at your conference: email@example.com Motivational Speaker | Erik Qualman has inspired audiences at FedEx, Chase, ADP, Huawei, Starbucks, Godiva, FBI, Google, and many more on Digital Leadership. Learn more at https://equalman.com
Kyra Sedgwick is an award-winning actress, producer and director. She is best known for her Emmy and Golden Globe-winning role as Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson on the TNT crime drama “The Closer” and most recently starred on the ABC comedy “Call Your Mother.” She recently directed the feature film SPACE ODDITY, which stars Kyle Allen and Alexandra Shipp.In 2018, Sedgwick received a DGA nomination for her directorial debut with the feature STORY OF A GIRL. She then helmed the short film GIRLS WEEKEND, which premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. She has directed episodes of “Grace & Frankie,” “City on a Hill”, “Ray Donovan,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (on which she also had a recurring role) and many others.Her film roles include THE EDGE OF SEVENTEEN, THE POSSESSION, THE GAME PLAN, SECONDHAND LIONS, WHAT'S COOKING, PHENOMENON, HEART AND SOULS, SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT, BORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY and SINGLES.Planets and lives collide in this Kyra Sedgwick-directed feature. Alex (Kyle Allen) longs to travel to outer space and finally gets the opportunity to do so thanks to a privately-funded Mars colonization program. In the midst of his rigorous preparation, he meets Daisy (Alexandra Shipp), the new girl in town who's trying to start over. The two wayward souls connect in unexpected ways, both of them harboring secrets that they're desperately trying to overcome. However, when questions about the legitimacy of the program and the future of his parents' flower farm begin to crop up, Alex finds himself questioning whether it's easier to confront his past or fly away into the stars.In a time where nihilism about the Earth's future is rampant, it can be difficult to find optimism about what comes next. However, Space Oddity is a heartwarming film that encourages living life to the fullest with those you love the most
The television event of the year is almost upon us! No, not the Oscars or the Golden Globes or the GRAMMYs (though it will be just as much of a clown show). We're talking about the first public primetime January 6th hearing in which lying Adam Schiff claims he's going to present the American people with evidence we've never seen before. What's actually likely to happen? The evil, political agenda of this kangaroo court is going to be exposed once and for all. Today, Liz breaks down six reasons why the January 6th committee is more dangerous than what happened on January 6th and how they—not the villainized protestors—are an actual threat to our nation. This is The Liz Wheeler Show. -- Matt Walsh recently embarked on a journey around the world to ask one, simple question: “What is a woman?” Now, this exclusive documentary is available to watch only for members of The Daily Wire. Check it out at https://whatisawoman.com. -- Cozy Earth provides the softest, most luxurious sheets on the planet. Save 35% on Cozy Earth bamboo bedding at https://cozyearth.com/liz35. -- Bags and puffiness under the eyes are a problem for millions of men and women. With Genucel's instant effects, you'll see results in the first 12 hours. Use promo code LIZ to save an extra 50% off he brand new ultra retinol serum: https://genucel.com/liz. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brooke Johnson is a content creator helping inspire others to try new things. In the past she's learned how to jump on the worlds largest trampoline, what it's like to party with NFT + Crypto guys & yoyo'd with a world champion. She's danced on stage with Steve Aoki, snuck into staples center (crypto.com arena) & the Golden Globes. This woman always seems to find a way to get what she wants. Topics : - The Apologetic Learner Mindset - Being A Failure Cheerleader - Being Hungry and Ambitions - Walking Into The Room - One In A Million - Speaking Through Results - Why Not? - Representation of Women Online Connect With Brooke Johnson! Instagram TikTok Youtube Get hydrated with Liquid I.V.! Use my promo code “THEBEARDEDMAN” for 25% off every order Liquid-iv.com FREE Habit Growth Guide! Sign up for the Stay Dialed In Newsletter! You wanna help blow this podcast up? GREAT! Here's how: Leave a 5 star review on the podcast app with your hot take of the show Share out the episode on your IG story tagging me @Bobbbaaaay —- Follow The Bearded Man! TikTok : @Bobbbaaaay Instagram : @Bobbbaaaay YouTube : @BobbyHobert Twitter : @Bobbbaaaay Website : ItsTheBeardedMan.com
I was super excited to finally get to meet one of my favorite actresses and super activist Kamala Lopez. Kamala has worked as an actor in over thirty feature films including starring roles in Born in East L.A., Deep Cover, The Burning Season (winner of 2 Emmys, 3 Golden Globes and the Humanitas Prize), Clear and Present Danger, Lightning Jack, and I Heart Huckabees. She has starred in over sixty television shows including Black Jesus, Medium, 24, Alias, NYPD Blue, Hill Street Blues, Miami Vice, and 21 Jump Street (winner of the Imagen Award). In 2016, her follow-up feature, the documentary Equal Means Equal, won Best U.S. Documentary (Audience Award) at Michael Moore's TCF Festival and was a New York Times Critics' Pick. The film was the catalyst behind a national civil rights movement resulting in the ratification of the 28th Amendment to the United States Constitution: The Equal Rights Amendment.
As one of the title sponsors of my https://www.retailpride.com/ (RETAIL IN AMERICA) tour, https://www.kwi.com/ (KWI,) the industry's only true turnkey omnichannel platform for specialty retailers, has allowed me to engage with their fantastic customers. And one of them ishttps://sjpbysarahjessicaparker.com/ ( SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker), her namesake footwear, handbags, and accessories brand. This conversation is entirely due to https://www.kwi.com/ (KWI')s strong relationship with its customers, and I am very grateful for our partnership and this opportunity. I would say that https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah_Jessica_Parker (Sarah Jessica Parker) needs no introduction, but let me share just a few highlights… She is most known for her role as https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carrie_Bradshaw (Carrie Bradshaw) on the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HBO (HBO television) series https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sex_and_the_City (Sex and the City), for which she won two https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emmy_Award (Emmy Awards), four https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_Globe_Awards (Golden Globe Awards) for https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_Globe_Award_for_Best_Actress_%E2%80%93_Television_Series_Musical_or_Comedy (Best Actress in a Comedy Series), and three https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Screen_Actors_Guild_Awards (Screen Actors Guild Awards). The character was widely popular during the airing of the series and was later recognized as one of the most notable female characters in American television. She later reprised the role in the films https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sex_and_the_City_(film) (Sex and the City) (2008) and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sex_and_the_City_2 (Sex and the City 2) (2010), and the most recent television show https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/And_Just_Like_That%E2%80%A6 (And Just Like That…).(2022) Sarah Jessica and her husband, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matthew_Broderick (Matthew Broderick), are currently starring on Broadway in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neil_Simon (Neil Simon)'s https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plaza_Suite (Plaza Suite) revival. In February 2014, she started https://sjpbysarahjessicaparker.com/ (SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker,) a footwear line initially launched exclusively at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nordstrom (Nordstrom) that has grown into a global business sold in every major department store and a small fleet of her own brick-and-mortar locations around the world. This conversation was recorded in front of a small live audience at the end of April 2022, at her 54th street location in NYC, one that is very special to her as you will hear. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did! Ron A huge thank you to the three essential title sponsors fueling the https://www.retailpride.com/ (RETAIL IN AMERICA) tour AND this podcast. https://ads.spotify.com/en-US/ (Spotify Advertising )Spotify is the #1 podcast platform in the US and has grown to over 420M monthly unique registered users around the globe, over half of which are supported on the ad platform. Spotify advertising will help you reach and target your audience across devices, locations, and formats. https://yoobic.com/ (YOOBIC )Over 300 companies in 80 countries trust https://yoobic.com/ (YOOBIC )to drive their retail performance at scale, get real-time visibility into multi-location business execution, digitized task management, and more. https://www.kwi.com/ (KWI) is the industry's only true turnkey omni-channel platform for specialty retailers. With over 35 years of experience, let https://www.kwi.com/ (KWI) help you execute flawlessly with the features that matter most, including endless aisle, clienteling, mobile checkout, inventory management, e-commerce, and more. Go to https://www.retailpride.com/ (RETAIL...
Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning actor Michael Chiklis (The Shield) plays legendary Hall of Fame coach, president, and general manager of the Boston Celtics Red Auerbach in Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty (now streaming on HBOMax). Michael discusses why the role is so special; why he has a permanent resistance to typecasting, even (and especially) in grad school; the power of actors; the terror of complacency; tales of impulsive behavior in TV audition rooms; the dangers of stinking up the room; the joy of nothing going ‘snap'; a tease about his upcoming project; and how he manifested reinventing himself from “roly-poly affable guy” to someone who's "adult, hard-hitting, smart…and has something to say.” (Length 24:40) The post Michael Chiklis's Red appeared first on Reduced Shakespeare Company.
For Video Editon, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/OKnJSAuc1z4 Lucie Arnaz began her long career in a recurring role on the television program “The Lucy Show.” At fifteen, she became a series regular on “Here's Lucy,” and she later starred in her own series “The Lucie Arnaz Show.” On film, Lucie has co-starred in The Jazz Singer with Neil Diamond and Sir Laurence Olivier, as well as starring in several made for television movies including Who Killed The Black Dahlia and Down to You. On the stage, Lucie created the role of Kathy in the West Coast Premiere of Vanities at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles before starring as Gittel Mosca in the first national company of Seesaw alongside Tommy Tune. Lucie's Broadway credits include They're Playing Our Song, Lost in Yonkers, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, and Pippin. Arnaz and her husband of thirty-eight years, actor/writer Laurence Luckinbill, teamed up to form ArLuck Entertainment, a film and television production company, and together produced the documentary Lucy & Desi: A Home Movie, which was honored with an Emmy. During her distinguished career, Lucie has received numerous accolades including a Golden Globe nomination, a Theatre World Award, and Chicago's famed Sarah Siddons award.
James Woods is one of the most versatile and captivating actors in American film history. From his breakthrough performance as Greg Powell in The Onion Field (1979), Woods has grabbed the attentions of filmgoers the world over, and remains a firm fixture in our collective cinematic consciousness. In such films as Oliver Stone's Salvador (1986), Sergio Leone's Once Upon a Time in America (1984), David Cronenberg's Videodrome (1983), Martin Scorsese's Casino (1995), and John Carpenter's Vampires (1998), he has portrayed some of the most memorable anti-heroes of our times. Twice nominated for an Oscar (for Salvador and Rob Reiner's Ghosts of Mississippi), he is also the winner of a Golden Globe, an Independent Spirit Award, and three Emmys. Performances in such landmark TV productions as My Name is Bill W, Promise, and Citizen Cohn have gone down as some of the greatest in history. An exciting and engaging performer, throughout his fifty year career he has committed himself tirelessly to his craft, remained at the top of his game, and collaborated with some of the world's finest filmmakers and actors. Drawing on new interviews with the man himself, James Woods discusses his whole career, taking the reader on a journey from his beginnings on stage and TV, through the iconic films and TV movies of the 80s and 90s, to his most recent work. In these free-wheeling conversations, James Woods shares his thoughts and memories with the reader, revealing key moments of movie history in the process. In The Films of James Woods (Wisdom Twins Books, 2022), Chris Wade explores every single acting credit, and also speaks to such friends and collaborators as Oliver Stone, Debbie Harry, Dolly Parton, Sharon Stone, Tim Metcalfe, Harold Becker, Jim Belushi, and Joe Wambaugh. Joel Tscherne is an Adjunct History Professor at Southern New Hampshire University. His Twitter handle is @JoelTscherne. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/performing-arts