Derek and Trent are the Dynamic Duo this week as they discuss the news and talk Star Wars Visions on Disney Plus. News covered include Tom Holland casting doubt on a Spider-Man return, Adam Warlock cast in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3, and IATSE leadership gears up for a strike. Email us at email@example.com Follow us on Social Media Facebook Twitter Instagram TikTok --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Tonight on GeekNights, we discuss aliens and UFOs and such. The 90s were a wild time with alien autopsies and The X-Files. Nevermind real alien topics like the Drake equation, the Rare Earth hypothesis, or the Great Filter. In the news, avoid using computers in Missouri, IATSE will strike on October 18th unless their (extremely reasonable) demands are met, Kellog's workers and John Deere workers also strike as a new labor movement comes alive in America.
About 60,000 members of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees are threatening to strike next Monday if they can't reach an agreement with studios over such issues as working conditions and more reasonable hours. IATSE represents a wide range of Hollywood's workforce from cinematographers and editors to make up artists and script coordinators. Guest: A.J. Catoline, Editor on Apple TV's “Ted Lasso" The executive director of the labor union SEIU California has resigned, after being charged with tax fraud and other felonies. Alma Hernández and her husband were charged earlier this month. Reporter: Angela Corral, The California Report One of the bills Governor Gavin Newsom recently signed mandates mental health education classes for many middle and high school students in California. Reporter: April Dembosky, KQED One team will advance to the National League Championship Series. The other will have its season come to an end. The Dodgers and Giants take the field tonight in San Francisco.
Helenna Santos and Sam Valentine sit down to chat about everything that's on their mind, including: — Sam's wedding!! How it went, what it feels like to be married, and the experience of having to film as soon as she got back to LA — Sam booking a SAG Commercial after almost 3 years — Helenna booking a Hallmark role, and why everyone should give Hallmark a try — What to remind yourself of when you're going through an audition drought — The appeal of acting and learning to love auditioning — The importance of therapy and doing what's best for us when it comes to our mental health — IATSE (International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees), the authorized strike vote, and negotiations restarting with AMPTP (Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers) Resources Mentioned in This Episode: Working Actor Workshop Helenna's IG Follow IATSE Stories on IG IATSE Safety App for safety information and to send reports of hazardous conditions to the union Deadline Article on continued negotiations between IATSE & AMPTP National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK (8255) and Live Chat For general info on mental health and local treatment options, call the SAMHSA Treatment Referral Helpline, 1-877-SAMHSA7 (1-877-726-4727) National Alliance on Mental Illness Information Help Line, 800-950-6264 or email firstname.lastname@example.org If you are an LA Resident, you can get free 24/7 mental health services online with iPrevail as well as a free subscription to Headspace -------- Want more? Check out Patreon for bonus episodes, IG Close Friends content, and so much more. And don't miss all the content on IG and as always at, OneBrokeActress.com And if you're needing some personalized help from Sam, you can schedule a chat with her right here. Don't forget to join the mailing list here! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/one-broke-actress-podcast/message
A look at the latest news about both awards season and the potential IATSE strike, a preview of Succession season 3, and a conversation with Bergman Island star Vicky Krieps. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext: https://joinsubtext.com/littlegoldmen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We start with a new study about booster vaccines from the National Institute of Health. On Tuesday, the FDA authorized the first ever e-cigarette. Meanwhile, the chair of the Senate Homeland Security, senator Gary Peters has asked TikTok to provide information on its policies surrounding violent and extremist content. Next, we move to our new and exciting segment, Democracy Watch. To close, we end with Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas' memo ordering U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to stop mass worksite raids. Plus, we have an update on the potential strike by IATSE. Resources/Articles mentioned in this episode: CNN: "FDA to take up Moderna, J&J Covid-19 booster questions this week" AP News: "FDA authorizes first e-cigarette, cites benefit for smokers" CNN: "Senate Homeland Security chair asks TikTok for policies on extremist content" Mother Jones: "Texas Republicans Are Pulling Out All the Stops to Dilute the Voting Power of People of Color" Washington Post: "2020 Census may have undercounted Black Americans, new analyses say" Hollywood Reporter: "IATSE Sets Oct. 18 Strike Date if Contract Talks Aren't Resolved"
What up stokers! This week we've got Chad and JT. They talk about Chad acting, the Iatse strike, and the tough guy makes an appearance. Come to the Small Dong March in Los Angeles on Oct 23rd in Los Angeles at Pershing Square Sponsored by Talkspace: Match with a licensed therapist when you go to talkspace.com get $100 off your first month with the promo code GODEEP. That's $100 off when you use code GODEEP at talkspace.com Sponsored by Liquid Death: get free shipping on all water and merch at LiquidDeath.com/GODEEP. That's LiquidDeath.com/GODEEP. Or grab some at Whole Foods and 7-Eleven. Sponsored by Manscaped: Get 20% off + free shipping with the code [GODEEP] at manscaped.com. That's 20% off + free shipping with the code [GODEEP] at manscaped.com. Say Trick or Treat to your beautiful new Halloweenie with MANSCAPED™. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this week's episode, Sonny Bunch (The Bulwark), Alyssa Rosenberg (The Washington Post), and Peter Suderman (Reason) highlight the IATSE union work stoppage that seems pretty inevitable at this point. What do Hollywood's trade unions want, in terms of money and work-life balance? Then the gang sets their sights on Bond, James Bond. Did they enjoy Daniel Craig's final turn as 007? And, in the bonus episode, they discuss whether Craig is their favorite Bond or a mere also-ran. If you enjoyed the show share it with a friend! If they don't want to sign up via Substack they can get it a day later on Apple.
This week Billy and Dagny are joined by Frannie Williams to talk about a single season reality show that neither of our hosts had ever heard of. That is the E! series, Pretty Wild. We're talking Police raids, The Bling Ring, and tearful phone calls to Vanity Fair. It's incredible. Also this week: New 007 film No Time To Die, Apple+ series Foundation, the Twilight Films, The Counselor, Are You The One? And the potential of an IATSE strike. Hosts: Billy and Dagny McCartney Guest: Frannie Williams Art: Nina Howard Music: Someone Your Own Size by RW SMith
Trigger Warnings: depression, capitalism, Dave Chappelle, worker's rights, murdering puppies, ADHD, violence against trans women, calling our ancestors, IATSE, garter catching, birthday weeks, retrofuturism, witch candles, Fraturdays, "new" media, cancel culture, lunch drunk, intersectionality, hardcover books, National Coming Out Day, accountability, the AMPTP, Aliee's incredibly soft skin
Welcome to the Show Boys Newscast, a new show dedicated to bringing you the latest rumors and chatter in the industry. To see links to all articles covered in this episode, and many more, join our discord. Interested in supporting the podcast? Visit our Patreon page and sign up to become a Patron for some cool perks, or toss us a bone on Venmo @Show-Boys! Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/showboyspodcast Like what you hear? Let us know in the comments and please consider subscribing! Come for the podcast, stay for the community, Join our discord today! https://discord.gg/gPqSu7QmnQ Find links to all of our social media pages and podcasting platforms at https://linktr.ee/showboyspodcast
Hollywood Strike? ScarJo vs. DIsney? What's a fan to think and do? I'm joined by 3 friends from the The Next Reel podcast network, all of whom are industry professionals, to discuss what is happening and how it effects what we choose to watch. Here is the petition we discussed during the show: https://actionnetwork.org/petitions/tell-amptp-to-make-a-deal-with-behind-the-scenes-workersMandy Fabian was named "Best New Filmmaker of the Year" by NewFilmmakers LA, co-created/directed Lifetime's first digital series "The Young Hillary Diaries" and her Amazon digital series “Dropping the Soap” won Jane Lynch an Emmy for Best Actress in a Short Form Original in 2017. Currently, Mandy is the prettier half of the podcast "Mandcave" is in post-production on her first feature "Jess Plus None," a dark comedy starring Abby Miller, Rory O'Malley and Matt Walsh.http://www.instagram.com/mandyfab/https://www.instagram.com/jessplusnone/ (indie film I directed in April, where we were NICE TO THE CREW!)https://mandyfabian.com/https://trustory.fm/mandcave/Hailing from nearly 25 years in the world of film, television, documentary, and commercial production, Andy has always had a passion for storytelling, no matter the size of the package. That passion for storytelling led Andy to podcasting 10 years ago, with which he immediately fell in love. Now, as partner at TruStory FM, he's enjoying storytelling and conversation through their wide variety of shows, including The Next Reel and Marvel Movie Minute. https://trustory.fm/the-next-reel/https://trustory.fm/marvel-movie-minute/https://www.instagram.com/sodacreekfilm/Pete is a founder of TruStory FM and a producer and host of podcasts across the spectrum of education and entertainment. From movies to mental health, Pete has produced over 3,000 podcast episodes and lives for helping others tell the next great story. - https://trustory.fm- https://twitter.com/petewright
Arizona Senator Krysten Sinema is running the Boston Marathon. Sinema says she doesn't hope to win, she just plans to slow it down to a painful crawl by drawing needless attention to herself Guests With Time Stamps: (4:06) David Does The News: The Pandora Papers; America is the world's biggest tax haven; Congressman Allen West is unvaccinated and has Covid; IATSE about to strike; Kellogg's workers on strike; Kaiser Permanente workers on strike; (1:32:15) Jon Ross (comedy writer and farmer) has a problem with Attorney General Merrick Garland (2:00:43) Howie Klein (founder and treasurer of The Blue America PAC and author of Down With Tyranny) has a problem with Amazon and Facebook. (2:32:41) David Cobb (environmental activist and Green Party Presidential candidate) explains how Biden and Schumer could strong-arm Manchin and Sinema if they really wanted to pass Build Back Better. (3:05:03) Paul Lebow (Alliance for Just Money) explains money. (3:34:30) Mark Breslin (founder and president of Yuk Yuk's, largest comedy chain in North America) is interrupted by his handsome son. (4:04:30) Dan Frankenberger's Community Billboard (4:16:05) Professor Mary Anne Cummings (physicist and parks commissioner Aurora, Illinois) questions how much Biden really wants to pass Build Back Better. (4:44:00) Peter B. Collins (Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame) unravels the Supreme Court orals last week on Abu Zubaydeh and Guantanamo (5:16:21) Professor Mike Steinel (Jazz historian and Dylanologist) unveils his new song, "Daddy Don't."
The Brothers talk about the keys to making a good remake, the potential of horror franchises, the ups and downs of streaming, the importance of IATSE, and more. BFAP theme music is by Gedun Download Brothers From Another Planet episodes on Apple Podcasts Download Brothers From Another Planet episodes on Stitcher Download Brothers From Another […]
In this episode, I get some time to reflect on the most recent strikes that are coming out of IATSE in California and across the nation. These strikes are concerns of studios and productions who are not giving behind-the-scene workers benefits, less hours on set, and even lack of sleep. Now more than ever, these workers demand to take full action and change within the industry that has far too long ignored. Almost 98.68% of its members have voted in favor of the strike, including House of Representatives who wrote a letter in full support. The question remains, will this movement change the film industry as we know it? Plus, I reviewed Netflix's final season of 'On My Block' which gives a last-glimpse look to the diverse multicultural group. I hope that this episode will give the best support to those who've been working in entertainment for many years. For more information on how you can help or tell your experience, make sure to follow these links below: IATSE Official Website: https://iatse.net/ IATSE Stories: https://www.instagram.com/ia_stories/ ____________ Make sure to follow and subscribe to Apple Podcasts and Spotify and leave a 5-Star Review Insta: @KeepingThingsReelPod Twitter: @KeepThingsReel ____________ Follow Cobbina on these socials here: Twitter/Insta: @CobbinaAppiah LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cobbinaappiah/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
IATSE one of the largest unions in the country has authorized a strike if talks with management fall through. What does that mean for you and your little shows? MERCH poddamnamerica.bigcartel.com PATREON patreon.com/poddamnamerica
Gregg Sandheinrich is joined by Production Costumer, Kia Mallon, to talk about the world of sets, wardrobe, actors, unions, and long days on set. We begin discussing the role of Costume of the set and what a ‘typical day' looks like (4:11), how one ‘breaks' into the biz (13:18), how one finds the ‘next gig' (16:58), we walk through Kia's IMDB to talk about some of the crazier moments on various sets (27:11), Van Damme's missing mustache (32:32), and lastly, we discuss the looming IATSE Strike and why it's important re-evaluate relationship between the studios and the crews (42:34). https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1895290/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1
Sebastian talks about the latest Netflix sensation, the Korean series "Squid Game," and why you should watch it. We also talk about other new movies, Sebastian's recent viewing of "Twilight" and how it went unscathed from the 2007-2008 Writers Guild of America strike – which transitions into the latest news regarding IATSE's developing plan to strike. We also dive deep into subtitled entertainment (and encourage more people to watch foreign films and shows), and Ryan provides his final analysis on Greg Grandin's "The End of the Myth" and why it's the most important history book you will ever read. Social media: Mars on Life: @marsonlifeshow on Twitter and Instagram Sebastian Schug: @drsebby (Instagram) and Seabass on YouTube Ryan Mancini: @mancinira (Twitter) and @manciniryan (Instagram) Artwork by Zachary Erberich (@zacharyerberichart) "Space X-plorers" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 --- 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/mars-on-life-show/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mars-on-life-show/support
Dallas has got that adrenaline momentum as he tell us about Venom: Let There Be Carnage! Join as as we talk about tonguing people to death, murderous romances, and the Targaryens. We also get serious about the film/TV industry's streaming shift and the results of Scarlett Johansson's lawsuit against Disney and the IATSE strike that […]
Don't tell them we told you this, but even though we got the best art friend split heart necklace with jerry saltz at the Manhattan mini mall last week, we actually think YOU'RE our best art friend, we just feel bad for them and our mom made us do it. This week Lucia, OK and … Continue reading "140 – Fake Art Friends"
OOOooOOOoo! It's spooky season, y'all! Which means it's time for the 2nd annual BS with Friends! horror film month! Friend of the show, photographer, and host of The Waffle Press network, Diego Crespo, graces these spooky soundwaves for our first choice of the month. But first! Disney continues to sue everybody for all the money in the world, WB's CEO prepares to get fired but does he deserve it, IATSE goes on one of the biggest and most valiant strikes in the entertainment industry, and a genuinely terrifying look at what Snapchat considers the future of comedy. Whatever it is, is it as terrifying as Stuart Gordon's brilliant Re-Animator? Pour yourself a drink and join us as we break down this gory, brilliant, cult classic!
Hey film buds, this week we continue on our horror path with a follow-up to two earlier episodes, dedicated to the zombie classic and remake Dawn of the Dead, and we're joined by friend of the show Sky Tilley. The 1978 classic is a loose sequel to George R. Romero's original, Night of the Living Dead, while the Zack Snyder 2004 remake became the basis upon which Snyder would return to the genre with Army of the Dead. On top of reviewing both films, Sky and Paul talk the IATSE strike authorization vote, Sky reacts to last week's episode, and more. We hope y'all enjoy. Keep it spooky budsEpisode GuideIntro - 00:03:50Dawn of the Dead (1978) Clip - 00:07:30Dawn of the Dead (1978) Review - 00:08:09Dawn of the Dead (2004) Clip - 00:37:24Dawn of the Dead (2004) Review - 00:37:56IATSE Strike Vote, Sky Reacts to Last Week, and Outro - 00:54:39Total Runtime - 01:10:15PS Here's a link to our recently released short film Club Girl, as well as links for other Horror episodes about Candyman, Shaun of the Dead, Slither, The Invisible Man, Pet Sematary (‘89), and moreBe a Friend to the Film Buds:email@example.com/thebudsthefilmbuds.bandcamp.com@filmbuds on Twitter@thefilmbudspodcast on InstagramSky's Links@tilleys2744 on Instagram@weeklypopuppod on Instagram@tilleys89 on Twitter@weeklypopup on Twitter
Stay up to date on new episodes, and detailed info on all the topics we discuss:http://producershappyhourgroup.com/In This Episode:With 98% support, members of 36 local unions, representing 60,000 workers from across the country, grant approval for IATSE President Matthew Loeb to call the union's first nationwide strike over the AMPTP Film/TV and New Media Contracts.This was an unprecedented turnout and vote count, and it really shows how strongly our crews are fighting for fair treatment. But what happens next? What about commercials? When could a strike happen?IATSE Strike FAQ:https://iatse.net/about/mptv/strike-auth-faq/Topics: IATSE, Strike, Film Crews, Union Conracts, Labor CreditsChristopher Daniels - Artwork DesignCreative Director & Treatment Designerwww.misterstyles.comKyle Puccia - Music ComposerFilm & Theater Music Composerwww.kylepuccia.comEric Beels - Editorhttps://www.difmix.com/Follow The HostsSister ChristianInsta: @sisterchristianrocksWebsite: www.sisterchristianproduces.comLawrence T. LewisInsta: @lawrenceltlProducing: www.lawrencetlewis.comVoice Over: www.voiceoflawrence.comFollow The ShowWebsite: www.producershappyhour.comInsta: @producershappyhourFacebook: producershappyhourgroup.comLinkedin: www.linkedin.com/groups/13819792/Share Your StoryEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Scoot talks to Cory Parker, Business Agent for IATSE Local 148 about the unreasonable hours he claims production crew workers around the New Orleans area are forced to work. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Emmy winner Ann Dowd discusses her new film “Mass,” which focuses on two families in the aftermath of a school shooting. Also, we talk to “Cyrano” director Joe Wright about his take on the classic story. And the Awards Circuit Roundtable dives into IATSE and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Down in the valley where the girls be drankin' (BLOOD)If you ridin' solo, best prepare to stake 'em1, 2Bite 'em3, 4, Night 'emBefore keeping in line with last week's theme of turning the male gaze against itself, Melle and Jared dive into the Negronomicon, covering topics such as the ending of Squid Game (2021) (spoilers start at 14.25 and end at 19.49) and the prospect of a second season , a slew of newly released/upcoming horror trailers and breaking news about the IATSE strike.Then, find yourselves with us in rundown town after sundown in 1986's "frightening comedy" Vamp, where we put the queerness between AJ and Keith center stage, question the addition of throwaway characters and absolutely revel in the bombastic screen presence of the one and only Grace Jones and the ups and downs of her being silent protagonist. Gems from Ep. 36Dune (2021)No Time to Die (2021)Halloween Kills (2021)Antlers (2021)Last Night in Soho (2021)Eternals (2021)Avengers: Endgame (2018)Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015)Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021)Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I (2010)Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II (2011)The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009)Twilight (2008)Halloween (2019)Candyman (2021)Creed (2015)A Quiet Place Part II (2021)Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002)Super Smash Bros Melee (2001, Video Game)F-Zero (1990, Video Game)Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (2018, Video Game)Kingdom Hearts (2002, Video Game)Crash Bandicoot (1996, Video Game)Minecraft (2011, Video Game)Pokémon (1997)Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008, Video Game)Squid Game (2021)Train to Busan (2016)Taken (2008)Gravity Falls (2012)Just Beyond (2021)Chucky (2021)The Twilight Zone (1959)Cult of Chucky (2017)Curse of Chucky (2013)Child's Play 2 (1990)Scream (2022)Scream (1996)Scoob (2020)Vamp (1986)Charmed (1998)Jennifer's Body (2009)Fright Night (1985)Shutter Island (2010)Godzilla (2014)Boomerang (1992)The Thing (1982)The Thing (2011)American Horror Story: Red Tide (2021)P-Valley (2020)The Sopranos (1999)The Wire (2002)True Blood (2008)From Dusk Till Dawn (1996)Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005)Final Destination 2 (2003)The Witches (1990)Ginger Snaps (2000)
Multiple listeners in the entertainment industry write in about a looming, massive strike as TV/Film professionals fight for better working conditions. Another Conspiracy Realist asks whether a monopoly controls sunglasses. And here's a question -- if a UFO could travel intergalactic space, why would it need lights? All this and more in this week's Listener Mail. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
A strike wave is spreading across the United States. Thousands of nurses, carpenters, miners, factory workers, teachers and other workers are taking a stand against the big shots who steal the fruits of our labor. Unionization drives of academic, healthcare, and media workers have brought tens of thousands of new brothers and sisters into the organized labor movement. 60,000 IATSE film workers have authorized a sector strike in the entertainment industry as the hundreds of thousands of members in entertainment unions like SAG, WGA, and the DGA alongside the Democratic Socialists of America have committed to standing in solidarity. Has labor begun to turn the tide against capital in the United States? While Red for Ed and higher education unions across the country have launched major strikes of hundreds of thousands of workers united with their students over the past three years, the public sector stasis has yet to be broken in the heart of American social democracy. DSA members and other socialist labor organizers are preparing to bring the education strike wave to New York City. A huge coalition is building for the New Deal for CUNY. PSC, NYC-DSA, and YDSA organizers at CUNY campuses are uniting for a plan that will pay academic workers a living wage and make CUNY tuition free. As a historian and union worker and organizers at CUNY this fight is personal to me. NYC-DSA Assemblywoman Phara Souffrant Forrest spoke with us at NYC-DSA convention about the New Deal for CUNY and a potential political strike to make that happen. We'll also talk with my comrades in PSC and hear from YDSA organizers.
Welcome to the RMPodcast! Reviews:Venom: Let This Be Over (@ 8:40)Scooby-Doo (@ 30:32) Vices Segment (@ 1:13:56) It's time for Halloween movie reviews once again, and this year we review only family friendly Halloween films! Before we dive into our first Halloween review however, we discuss Venom: Let There Be Carnage! ScarJo and Disney settle, while IATSE members are poised to go on strike. Who is IATSE and how could this lead to possible film and television production shut downs? Well, you'll only know if you listen in…or Google it, but we'd much prefer you listen in! So sit back and laugh with us as we discuss all of the Hollywood news before finishing off the night with our Vices segment; What Vices have you given up? Remember to catch us LIVE every week at 9 pm EST on Facebook or YouTube. Have a question about the IATSE strike? Are you happy to see Disney and ScarJo settle? Want to share your opinion on our reviews? Well you can by emailing us at email@example.com! Be sure to check out all Red Moon has to offer by visiting our website: www.redmoonproductions.com Headlines: Film and TV productions set to cease ScarJo and Disney settle Venom has $90 million debut
Thank you for checking us out and joining the “League of Hustle” the listeners of this show, which is now 40,000 strong and growing!! Make sure to leave us a review and comment on Apple Podcasts and share this show with other amazing hustlers in your life so that we can continue to grow this community! Before we get started, Hollywood Hustle Podcast and every member of Team Hustle wanted to share our support and respect for all the members of IATSE!! We are rooting for you. Please support IATSE's goal for better work conditions and livable wages. We are excited to bring our 2nd three part episode EVER! This week we begin with part 1 of our conversation with Producer, Actress & Mental Health Advocate, Deborah Lee Smith! Deborah is a fantastic actress with a strong list of producing credits, she also hosts the podcast "More Than You See", please check it out. In Part 1, Deborah discusses being bullied for her Jewish faith and being different, going to a more diverse school, quitting acting and starts discussing her journey in Australia! This is the start to a fantastic 3 part series, do not miss any of it. Let the Hustle Begin! Follow Deborah Lee Smith: Instagram: @Deborah_lSmith : https://www.instagram.com/deborah_lsmith/ Twitter: @deborah_lsmith Deborah's Podcast: More Than You See! Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/more-than-you-see/id1547918690 Instagram: @MoreThan_YouSee: https://www.instagram.com/morethan_yousee/ Send us your thoughts at: Twitter: @LAHustleCast Instagram: @hollywoodhustlepodcast Email Us: HollywoodHustlePodcast@gmail.com Send us a Voice Message with Questions about Your Hustle via AnchorFM Hollywood Hustle Podcast was created by Daniel Tuttel & Michael Lutheran Daniel Tuttel - Host/Executive Producer/Podcast Editor Cate Cassidy - Social Media Coordinator Music Provided by BenSound.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hollywoodhustle/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hollywoodhustle/support
With IATSE in Solidarity! Another reason to have technique These gosh darn self tapes and creating some standards for casting Get the book on Amazon at http://bit.ly/HAGFilm Hosted by Jennifer Lynn Warren www.instagram.com/jenniferlynnwarren For the show, go to www.instagram.com/hollywoodactorsguide Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tawny and Andrew welcome back friend of the show Joey Clift! They discuss Garfield shirts and the almost unanimous vote by IATSE members in TV and film to authorize the first nationwide industry strike in its 128-year history. We also talk about Joey's new short video for Comedy Central called "How to Cope with Your Team Changing Its Native American Mascot." Check it out! The episode wraps up with listener questions about other countries' depiction of diversity in children's books and the mohawk hairstyle. Leave a voicemail with your questions at 323-389-RACE and subscribe to Tawny and Andrew's bonus podcasts at suboptimalpods.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A mega comet is heading for the sun in the next 10 years, Hollywood's box office highs but threat of workers strike looms low, UK's petrol crisis and Thailand's taxi-top gardens - all this week in the Newsy Pooloozi news pool for kids!
In this week's Update we discuss our win at the Podcast Awards, the impact of IATSE and what a strike would do, and the huge exposures of Facebook and its outages! In our Q&A part of the show, we talk out-of-the-box bending, Halloween Candy, and questions from the live chat! Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code NERDON at MANSCAPED.com! Be sure to subscribe and follow the show for all future posts... Twitter - @nerdontv Facebook - @nerdontv Instagram - @nerdontv and on iTunes and YouTube BIG thank you to our wonderful partners! Check them out HERE Join The Nerd On! Nation powered by Patreon today to get exclusive content and much more! Donate to the show HERE via PayPal. Every little bit helps. Learn more about Nerd On! HERE
Ben Burgis is back from Arizona where he debated Charlie Kirk. Sadly the video won't be available for a few weeks but we'll be sharing some thoughts about it now. Ben and Producer Jake talk about that, as well as Sam Harris's conflict with Bret Weinstein. GTAA graphic designer J. Andrew World joins to talk about IATSE's strike vote. (Sign the petition! https://actionnetwork.org/petitions/tell-amptp-to-make-a-deal-with-behind-the-scenes-workers) Also, Lillian Cicerchia from the Free University of Berlin is back on to talk about the materialist theory of history. Ben is teaching an "Analytic Marxism and the Materialist Theory of History" class on for Michael Albert's online "School for Social and Cultural Change" starting next Sunday (October 10th) so this seemed like a good time to bring one of our favorite past guests on to talk about that.Follow Lillian on Twitter: @LILCICERCHFollow What's Left of Philosophy (co-hosted by Lillian and three other excellent people) on Twitter: @leftofphilRegister for Ben's class "Analytic Marxism and the Materialist Theory of History" at the School for Social and Cultural Change (meets on Sundays from 1-3 EST starting on the 10th): https://sscc.teachable.com/p/analytic...Independent creators rely on your support to create the content you want! Support Give Them An Argument on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/benburgis. Patrons get a bonus episode every Thursday, access to the Discord server, a “Sopranos” Recap Bonus Episode every month with Mike Recine, Nando Vila, and Wosny Lambre, a monthly Discord Movie Night, and "Discord Office Hours" (regularly scheduled group voice chats).Follow Ben on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BenBurgisLike, subscribe, and get notifications on Ben's channel: https://www.youtube.com/BenBurgisGTAAVisit benburgis.comSHOW LESS
This week Sophia and Dylan talk almost entirely about bears!(Sorry this episode isn't up in time for you to vote in FBW, Dylan has been very sick and unable to edit. But they finally edited it and you can hear all about the bears that competed!)Resources to do what you can:Stop Line 3 - https://www.stopline3.org/IATSE linktree - https://linktr.ee/IAStoriesJulius Jones Website - https://www.justiceforjuliusjones.com/Move to Higher Ground - https://mthg.org/Mermaids UK - https://mermaidsuk.org.uk/The Trevor Project - https://www.thetrevorproject.org/Resist Bot Petitions - https://resist.bot/petitionsPresidential Phone Line - (202) 456-1111Ohio Judge Line - (4050 521-2342 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A new week, new madness and new laughs with the resident super villain, Jay Washington and The Swaggy Blerd, Winston A. Marshall. Blerds N the Hood Episode 146 is here for you. The madness is on deck. Today they're talking Facebook, IG and WhatsApp went down, Urban Meyer out here reckless, the IATSE vote to strike and SO MUCH MORE! Be sure to follow the show on Twitter: @BlerdsNTheHood Come and hang with the fellas for about an hour as they breakdown the past week in pop culture, entertainment, nerdom, news and so much more. I think it's safe to say that the show is NSFW but if your job is at home or your boss just doesn't mind we say GO HEAD. The fun is on deck. The pair take questions & donations through Streamlabs at http://www.streamlabs.com/blerdsnthehood/tip. Or you can go directly to: Jay Washington Venmo: https://venmo.com/mrjaywashington CashApp: $MrJayWashington Winston A. Marshall Venmo: https://venmo.com/theswaggyblerd CashApp: $TheSwaggyBlerd Be sure to LIKE THE VIDEO, SHARE IT and DON'T FORGET to SUBSCRIBE to the channel. Follow Jay on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube http://www.twitter.com/mrjaywashington http://www.instagram.com/mrjaywashington http://www.youtube.com/jaywashington80 Follow Winston on Twitter, Instagram and Youtube http://www.twitter.com/theswaggyblerd http://www.instagram.com/theswaggyblerd http://www.youtube.com/theswaggyblerd JOIN THE SUPERVILLAIN SQUAD on PATREON: http://www.patreon.com/mrjaywashington JOIN THE S.W.A.G. SQUAD on PATREON: http://www.patreon.com/theswaggyblerd --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blerdsnthehood/support
This week on the podcast, Facebook's outage is the least of their problems as a whistleblower has exposed internal conversations that detail facebook's knowledge of how troublesome their product is. We also get into the Pandora Papers, the IATSE strike authorization, the oil spill off the coast of Southern California, the Supreme Court heads into a new session, and when it comes to covid, Florida gonna Florida. OTA Podcast Episode 391: Pandora Papers Find more O The Anthem OTheAnthem.com facebook.com/OTheAnthem twitter.com/OTheAnthem instagram.com/OTheAnthem
Ohio AFL-CIO Legislative Director Matt Smith joined the AWF Union Podcast today to discuss efforts to fight gerrymandering, Ohio's new Congressional maps, voter suppression legislation and more. Also featured on today's episode was United Scenic Artists Local 829 National Business Agent Carl Mulert. He spoke about the recently authorized IATSE strike, which was overwhelmingly approved. Mulert also explained the recent working conditions members have faced and more.
This week on NobodyAskdU- Lauren gives the LoDown on Britney Spears being released from her conservatorship. Did her father make her situation worse? Or should everyone stop commenting on Spears family business? In other news, Lizzo called Chris Brown her favorite F——g person, R.Kelly is going to Prison for being a terrible person, and IATSE is striking because people are tired of terrible treatment and disrespect. During LIT Aprille talks about why complimenting someone gets Lost in Translation by people who don't know how to keep negative comments to themselves. We also give other opinions Nobody Askd for. Listen to them on SoundCloud, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, and probably wherever else you get your podcasts. NobodyAskdU.com.
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John and Craig discuss the art of planning and forgetting. How do you stay present in a scene when you know where the story is going? The guys offer tips for making sure your characters are driving the story — but on roads you built. We answer listener questions on setting the mood, manager requests, and insurance struggles for writing partners. We also follow up on the IATSE strike, the CAA-ICM acquisition, and streaming data. In our bonus segment for premium members we discuss fame in 2021: one-sided relationships, attention vs. recognition, and advice for writers managing a public persona. Links: Scarlett Johanssen and Disney Reach Agreement CAA Acquires ICM Academy Museum featuring Wizard of Oz Script Page Netflix Data Dump Caroline Graham and Kylie Stevenson's podcast Lost in Larrimah and book, Larrimah Twitter Thread by Dylan Park How Blogs Broke the Web by Amy Hoy History of JohnAugust.com and John's 1996 Blog Death Loop The Era of Mass Fame by Chris Hayes Wells for Boys SNL Sketch Get a Scriptnotes T-shirt! Gift a Scriptnotes Subscription or treat yourself to a premium subscription! John August on Twitter John on Instagram Outro by Owen Danoff (send us yours!) Scriptnotes is produced by Megana Rao and edited by Matthew Chilelli. Email us at email@example.com You can download the episode here.
Things made of oil / Change the Dick's on Bewitched / Shatner Space//Coin Shortages//Tim's story about grandfather and coins – Tim buffed all the pennies//NOORY / Lighting / Homeless man jumped off bldg. / IATSE Strike//
By a nearly unanimous margin, IATSE members in TV and film production vote to authorize a nationwide strike. Cinematographer Jim Denault ASC explains the proposed changes union workers are looking for and why they matter. Jim and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss the existing working conditions, what has changed over the decades in the industry, the opposition to the new terms, worldwide support, and more! Subscribe Now! What you will learn in this episode Changing the film working conditions (01:19) Length of average film production days (05:30) Fighting for longer turnaround times (11:10) Varying rates depending on project (15:38) Opposition to these new terms (20:21) Improvements for meal breaks (24:35) Unions supporting each other worldwide (30:38) The importance of having a union (33:21) And more! Go Creative Show is supported by: MZed - Education for Creatives Subscribe + Follow Go Creative Show Twitter Facebook Apple Podcasts Stitcher Google Play Podcasts iHeart Radio YouTube Show Links IATSE website Follow Our Guest Jim Denault ASC's website Jim Denault ASC's IMDb Follow Ben Consoli BC Media Productions BenConsoli.com Twitter Instagram Follow Dave Siegel (sound mixer) Dave Siegel's website Dave Siegel's Instagram Follow Connor Crosby (producer) Ignition Visuals' website Ignition Visuals' Instagram
The world lost its mind as Facebook and Instagram went down. The Zuck lost 7 billion in 7 hours. The Pandora Papers revealed world leaders like Putin have stashed tons of untaxed cash. IATSE voted to strike. SNL nailed the anti-mask kooks invading school board meetings. Lindsey's MAGAT constituents gave the Senator an ear-full when he suggested they should get vaccinated. The Crabs learned their home state Florida is one of the deadliest in the union for animal attacks. Chipmunks have been spreading the plague in Lake Tahoe. A surfer in Cali was slowly but severely mauled while catching waves in shark-infested waters. A gaggle of aggressive otters attacked humans and pets in Alaska. Shitler's NDAs were total crap and people have started singing. Blotch Nazi Bannon warned of a government coup involving shock troop tactics. A new brain implant can stave off depression by stimulating stuff in the skull.
In this edition of Trendl From Beowulf, Jack and Miles discuss Katie Couric's new book 'Going There', Facebook GOING DOWN, the sad state of Ozy Media, the IATSE strike, Emily Ratajkowski's new book 'Blurred Lines', and Andrew Wiggins finally getting vaxx'd, Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On the October 4, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editorial director Peter Sciretta discusses the IATSE strike authorization vote and what it means for the film and tv industry. In The News: Eric: The Possible IATSE Strike Explained, And Why Movie Fans Should Care Vanessa: IATSE Members Vote To Authorize Strike -- Here's What That Means For The Film Industry Also mentioned: All the other stuff you need to know: You can find more about all the stories we mentioned on today's show at slashfilm.com, and linked inside the show notes. /Film Daily is published every weekday, bringing you the most exciting news from the world of movies and television as well as deeper dives into the great features from slashfilm.com. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (RSS). Send your feedback, questions, comments and concerns to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please leave your name and general geographic location in case we mention the e-mail on the air. Please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, tell your friends and spread the word! Thanks to Sam Hume for our logo.
Tens of thousands of members of the International Association of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) just voted overwhelmingly to authorize a strike. With 89.66% of eligible members participating and 98% voting to authorize the strike, the vote could lead 60,000 workers to walk off the job and bring the entertainment industry to a halt.As consumers, we tend to associate the entertainment industry with acting stars, elite directors and producers, and big studio executives, but hundreds and and even thousands of workers make every production possible, and many of them are grossly underpaid, overworked, and denied basic necessities like breaks and time to sleep between shifts. Combined with the explosion of streaming services and ever-increasing demands for studio-quality productions, workers in the entertainment industry are being run into the ground, and they have reached a breaking point.IATSE represents over 150,000 technicians, artisans, and craftspersons in the entertainment industry, including live theatre, motion picture and television production, broadcast, and trade shows in the United States and Canada. The union is composed of many different locals, not all of which are currently voting to authorize a strike. According to Deadline, "there are actually two separate strike authorization votes going on—one among the union's 13 Hollywood production locals covered by the Basic Agreement, and the other covering 23 different locals outside Los Angeles who work under the Area Standards Agreement." In this urgent Working People episode, recorded on Oct. 1, while the strike authorization vote was taking place, we talk to a panel of IATSE members and hear firsthand about the work they do, the unfair working conditions they're fighting against, and the significance of the strike vote. Panelists include Marisa Shipley (Local 871), David McMahon (Local 52), and Fae Weichsel (Local 600).Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive freemusicarchive.org):Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song"