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STARPODLOGPODCAST
StarPodTrek Episode 23

STARPODLOGPODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022


 If you grew up in the '60s, '70s, or '80s,you will love StarPodTrek!  On this super episode of StarPodTrek, we consider the Star Trek contents of Starlog magazine in issues 45 and 46 from 1981.Read along with your personal issue from your collection or for free here:https://archive.org/details/starlog_magazine-045/mode/2up    Preston Neil Jones, the author of Return to Tomorrow: The Filming of Star Trek - The Motion Picture, reports on what it was like to be on the TMP set.    Bob Turner and Kelly Casto discuss Star Trek fan letters.Check them out on the '70s Trek podcast!https://m.facebook.com/1742040886071290/   William Barton gives us the details about the Motion Picture model kits that were available in the early '80s.      Star Trek- A Comics History author Alan J. Porter joins us to discuss Trek comics from the '60s! Find out more about his work at http://alanjporter.com/   Anthony Leopard and Gregory Franklin reminisce about Alan Asherman's Star Trek Compendium and more on this episode of StarPodTrek!We will attending Music City Multicon October 28th-30th. https://musiccitymulticon.com/Join us at ShadowCon January 6-8!https://www.shadowcon.info/Don't forget to join our Facebook group:https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=469912916856743&ref=content_filterLooking for a Star Trek social club? Join us in STARFLEET International! https://sfi.org/On this electrifying episode of StarPodTrek, we consider the Star Trek contents of Starlog magazine in issues 43 and 44 from 1981.Visit the Original Series set at Neutral Zone Studios!https://neutralzonestudios.com/Love Starlog magazine?Join the Facebook group:https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=303578380105395&ref=content_filterSuscribe to our YouTube Channel “StarPodLog and StarPodTrek”:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgE_kNBWqnvTPAQODKZA1UgFind us on Twitter and Instagram: @StarPodLog Reddit: u/StarPodTrek Visit us on Blogger at https://starpodlogpodcast.blogspot.com/ or iTunes or Spotify or wherever you listen to fine podcasts!Music used with permission by Five Year Mission. If you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)

Harold's Old Time Radio
Paul Harvey - Motion Picture

Harold's Old Time Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 3:41


Paul Harvey - Motion Picture

The Second Studio Design and Architecture Show
#305 - After Hours: Renzo Piano's Academy Museum of Motion Pictures & Architecture Books

The Second Studio Design and Architecture Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 80:15 Very Popular


This week David and Marina share their thoughts on Renzo Piano's Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles and Pompidou Center, the relationship between beauty and structure, and architecture books that are important to them. Francoise Choay's Urbanism, Utopias, and Realities Gombrich's The Story of Art Francis Ching Gaston Bachelard's Poetry of Space Gaston Bachelard's Highrise Michael Sorkin's 20 minutes in Manhattan Kevin Lynch's Image of the City Christopher Alexander's Pattern Language Robert Venturi's Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture, Adrian Forty's Words and Buildings Jane Jacobs' Death and Life of Great American Cities Nick Crosley's Key Concepts in Critical Social Theory Henri Lefebvre's Everyday Life Homi K. Bhabha This episode is supported by Brizo • Monograph • Miele • Graphisoft SUBSCRIBE  • Apple Podcasts  • YouTube  • Spotify CONNECT  • Website: www.secondstudiopod.com • Instagram • Facebook • Twitter  • Call or text questions to 213-222-6950 SUPPORT Leave a review :) EPISODE CATEGORIES  •  Interviews: Interviews with industry leaders.  •  Design Companion: Informative talks for clients.   •  After Hours (AH): Casual conversations about everyday life.  •  Design Reviews: Reviews of creative projects and buildings.  •  Fellow Designer: Tips for designers.

Creeps & Crimes
S2 Ep105: Disney: Conspiracies, Haunting History, and Incidents Pt. 2

Creeps & Crimes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 96:31


SEASON 2 FINALE!!!! With hidden messages throughout ... hehehehe You loved it, we loved it, so of course we had to do a part 2!! Taylar first guides you through Walt Disney's life as a child, an animator, wars, failed businesses, growing his family, opening his parks, the creation of Mickey Mouse, History altering Motion Pictures and his death. Before Morgan dives into the dark side of Walt Disney, his beliefs, fascist tendencies, and how these can still be seen in Disney parks today. Taylar picks it up to take you through Disney Underground, discussing the terrifying theories of what Disney's Utilidors are used for, before walking us through terrifying fatal and criminal incidents that have taken place in Disney parks over the years. Lastly, Morgan presents the finale, what you all have been waiting for: Disney Movies Conspiracies & Connections.  Covering Disney has been one of our favorite deep dives and cases to date! We hope you enjoy just as much as we did!! Photos discussed in the episode can be found on our Instagram episode announcement! LEARN MORE ABOUT ORANGE SHIRT DAY HERE!! SEPTEMBER 30, 2022!! BetterHelp Online Therapy For 10% off your first Month! PODCAST RECOMMENDATIONS: True Crime Society Podcast Two Idiot Girls Podcast

ABCD:TOS
The Motion Picture

ABCD:TOS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 105:26


We have returned to merge with the creator for Star Trek: The Motion Picture Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

In The Seats with...
Episode 430: In The Seats With....David C Fein and 'Star Trek: The Motion Picture'

In The Seats with...

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 14:11


To boldly go...where the fans having been dying to go for quite some time....On this very special episode we are letting our nerd flag fly as we glory in some classic Star Trek films which are now available for the first time in 4K!We go to the start of it all as we dive into The Complete Adventure of Star Trek: The Motion Picture: The Director's Edition which has all three cuts of the film together in the same place simply never having looked better.In celebration of this release which is at retailers now, we had the unique pleasure of sitting down with producer David C Fein who has been with this film since it's original theatrical release.  We talked about the work involved with this new cut, if it's ultimately the cut Robert Wise wanted and so very much more....

Smersh Pod
STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE with Paul Litchfield

Smersh Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 81:50


To celebrate the release of Star Trek: The Motion Picture - The Director's Cut. Paul and I got together with big middle-aged man energy, and talked all about how much we love it. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Love At First Contact
Episode 26: The Motion Picture

Love At First Contact

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 45:33


We hit the big screen with the cinematic special effects monster that is Star Trek The Motion Picture! Love at First Contact is the journey of one forever Trek fan as they share their love of Star Trek with their Fiancé who indulges their obsession! All music and sound effects are the property of CBS and Paramount, this is a non profit Star Trek podcast all rights are to the appropriate owners! Art provided by Kate Sisko find her on Instagram @gloomybugg

The Mugg Off
Mugg Off #153 Star of Motion Picture Two Hands: Mariel McClorey

The Mugg Off

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 58:13


This one is a special one for Gerry. We are Joined by star of his favourite film of all time Two Hands Marial Mclorey, also stupid Eric Hutton came along as well.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Give Me Attention or Give Me Death
My Year With The Cat: Part I

Give Me Attention or Give Me Death

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 35:52


In this short series, I go over my year-long project of watching The Cat in The Hat every day that lasted from 9/25/2019-9/25/2020 and all the mistakes that brought me there.For Part 1, I give a general recap of my year making "The Cat in The Hat Attacks" and play outtakes from my upcoming album "Music From a Motion Picture" coming out November 4th 2022!Want the full backlog of "The Cat in The Hat Attacks"? Check out Patreon.com/GiveMeAttention for every episode! 

Overlapping Dialogue
Dog Eat Dog

Overlapping Dialogue

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 198:53


All great things must come to an end, so what better way to conclude our ten episode misadventure through crime cinema than with Dog Eat Dog, 2016's gloriously indulgent psycho romp from master of the form Paul Schrader? First though, this episode's Blue Plate Special raises its glass to salute the life and career of French trailblazer Jean-Luc Godard- we attempt to put into words his incalculable contribution to the entirety of cinema - before we briefly recommend the new horror film Barbarian. But have no fear, we eventually dive head first into Nicolas Cage and Willem Dafoe's disasterpiece: listen as we discuss how Dog Eat Dog improbably charted a career comeback for its director, how exactly this stylish potboiler taps into Schrader's reliable thematic goodie bag of tricks and treats, and generally puzzle with fascination over how the heck Christopher Matthew Cook and his brisk but memorable character, Diesel, fits into the proceedings. This episode of Overlapping Dialogue represents a sort of end of an era for the podcast...be sure to stay tuned for the very end to hear us unveil a new format and focus moving forward that has us very excited for what our future holds! Feel free to skip to 1:35:37 for the beginning of our audio commentary. As always, please like, subscribe, rate, and review us on all of our channels, which include Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube! Contact us at huffmanbrothersproductions@gmail.com with your questions, comments, and requests. https://www.newyorker.com/culture/postscript/jean-luc-godard-was-cinemas-north-star

Lobby Concessionals
Recasting the Fantastic Four (Wizard Magazine 2000)

Lobby Concessionals

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022


Sean joins us to discuss a casting of a potential Fantastic Four movie, and specifically who the folks over at Wizard Comics cast in their “Casting Call” section way back in 2000. What do you think of this blast from the past, and who would be your perfect Fantastic Four cast?

BASTA BUGIE - Politica
La propaganda più potente a disposizione dei governi è il cinema

BASTA BUGIE - Politica

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 12:40


TESTO DELL'ARTICOLO ➜ www.bastabugie.it/it/articoli.php?id=7146LA PROPAGANDA PIU' POTENTE A DISPOSIZIONE DEI GOVERNI E' IL CINEMA di Mauro FaverzaniLa Disney tradisce sempre di più la propria vocazione all'intrattenimento, per far proprie le derive etiche imperversanti a livello sociale: dopo le proteste per la "svolta" Lgbtqi+, ora la Walt Disney Studios, assieme alla Nbc Universal, a Google, alla Sony Pictures e ad altre grandi aziende, figura tra i partner dell'Anneberg Inclusion Initiative, il think tank voluto dalla University of Southern California per «studiare - come recita il sito ufficiale - la diversità e l'inclusione nell'intrattenimento attraverso ricerche originali e progetti sponsorizzati».Che cosa significa, al di là dei termini roboanti, nello specifico? Non si tratta solo di una ricerca teorica, di una fotografia dell'esistente, bensì di un coinvolgimento attivo e militante degli studenti (soprattutto, ma non solo), affinché producano cortometraggi e film, che promuovano tematiche quali gender, femminismo ed aborto. Per farlo, sono stati messi a punto (e finanziati) strumenti quali, ad esempio, i cosiddetti «programmi di accelerazione». In particolare, il «Reproductive Rights Accelerator», annunciato lo scorso 17 agosto, rappresenta un sostegno per un minimo di tre studenti di cinematografia, che abbiano «una storia da raccontare sui diritti riproduttivi. Il premio offre uno stipendio di 25.000 dollari per la produzione e lo sviluppo di un cortometraggio incentrato sulla salute riproduttiva». Oppure «The Inclusion Rider» ovvero integrazioni contrattuali per contrastare «i pregiudizi» nei casting e nelle assunzioni nell'industria dell'intrattenimento, incrementando, ad esempio, la presenza percentuale sullo schermo di donne, persone di colore, disabili e membri della comunità Lgbt, come ha specificato la professoressa Stacy L. Smith, docente associato di comunicazione presso l'University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. Circa l'aborto, la professoressa Smith ha precisato di aver pensato al Reproductive Rights Accelerator Program ed al modo per sovvenzionarlo, dopo la decisione della Corte Suprema americana di escludere l'aborto dall'elenco dei "diritti": «Con le limitazioni ai diritti riproduttivi - ha affermato - non solo è necessario trovare soluzioni legali per proteggere le comunità emarginate, ma è essenziale educare e informare il pubblico su questi temi. L'intrattenimento ha la capacità unica di raggiungere gli spettatori e di fornire questa educazione. Il nostro obiettivo è quello di far capire quante opportunità ci siano di usare lo storytelling come strumento per ampliare la conversazione e creare un cambiamento sostanziale negli atteggiamenti e nelle politiche». Secondo l'Università - precisa l'agenzia InfoCatólica -, anche noti attori di Hollywood e la multinazionale dell'aborto Planned Parenthood sovvenzionerebbero l'iniziativa.Dunque, nulla di improvvisato o di casuale, bensì un disegno preciso, meditato a tavolino, per promuovere l'aborto assieme a Lgbt, femminimo e dintorni. L'elenco delle iniziative concrete è lungo, è sufficiente consultare il sito dell'USC Annenberg, per rendersene conto. E grandi aziende lo sostengono anche economicamente, come la Disney, che, come Netflix, Warner Bros, Discovery, Amazon, già ha annunciato di farsi carico dei costi delle trasferte delle proprie dipendenti, decise ad abortire, benché residenti negli Stati dove l'aborto oggi è illegale. Ma non solo: un'indagine condotta dalla Society for Human Resource Management ha rilevato come molte aziende stiano, di contro, tagliando i congedi di maternità alle donne, che scelgano la vita o dando alla luce il figlio in grembo o adottando bambini. Incredibile e disumano!E non è ancora tutto... Sempre la Disney ha recentemente scatenato accese polemiche con la nuova serie per adulti Little Demon, lanciata lo scorso 25 agosto. Questa la trama: tredici anni dopo essere stata ingravidata da Satana, Laura e la figlia Chrissy, riconosciuta come anticristo, cercano di vivere una vita normale nel Delaware, ma forze mostruose le perseguitano, guidate dallo stesso Satana, che vuole custodire l'anima della figlia.Per quanto aberrante sia l'impianto della serie, uno dei creatori, Seth Kirschner, oltre ad annunciare la presenza di scene di nudo, ha mostrato di non aver scrupoli in merito: «Continueremo finché non ci diranno di smettere», ha dichiarato, come riportato dall'agenzia InfoCatólica.La serie, commercializzata e distribuita dalla Disney, che ne è la proprietaria, viene prodotta, tra gli altri, dalla Evil Hag Productions, la «Strega cattiva», tanto per restare in tema... Aubrey Plaza, che presta la voce alla madre, Laura, durante la presentazione, ha dichiarato, tenendo in mano un tridente rosso: «Mi piace il fatto che si stia normalizzando il paganesimo. Laura è una strega, che lo pratica». Sconcertante. Ma non basta. Nel calderone esoterico, non si è voluto far mancare neppure il richiamo al gender: Satana si rende conto ad un certo punto che suo figlio Chrissy, l'anticristo, considerato un maschio, in realtà è una femmina, per cui sentenzia: «Il futuro è al femminile». Bandiere transgender si alternano a parallelismi satirici tra Bibbia e media ed a scene, in cui si promuovono i pessimi esempi, come le congratulazioni rivolte alla giovane per aver insultato sua madre Laura.Molte le proteste e le reazioni negative scatenate dalla serie demoniaca, per la cui cancellazione molte organizzazioni, cattoliche e non, hanno già avviato raccolte-firme, subito giunte a decine di migliaia di adesioni. Mike Johnson, repubblicano, rappresentante degli Stati Uniti per il quarto Distretto congressuale della Louisiana, ha commentato sulla propria pagina Facebook: «Non sono riuscito a raggiungere il telecomando abbastanza velocemente per proteggere mio figlio di 11 anni dall'anteprima e mi chiedo quanti altri bambini vi siano stati esposti e quanti altri milioni si sintonizzeranno sulla nuova serie. Disney e FX hanno deciso di abbracciare e commercializzare ciò che è chiaramente malvagio, statene alla larga!».Attenzione, quindi, perché ormai il male è a portata di un click. Teniamolo presente.Nota di BastaBugie: Roberto Marchesini nell'articolo seguente dal titolo "Venezia trans, il cinema si fa propaganda. Come previsto" spiega perché i film sono una delle armi di propaganda più potenti a disposizione degli Stati. Infatti a Venezia è tutto un fiorire di pellicole sul mondo trans. Non c'entra la cultura, non c'entra l'arte. È solo propaganda e così è sempre stato dal fascismo in poi.Ecco l'articolo completo pubblicato su La Nuova Bussola Quotidiana il 7 settembre 2022:Partito il Festival del Cinema di Venezia, partiti gossip e polemiche. Tra le polemiche che ci interessano ci sono quelle che lamentano una sovra-rappresentazione di temi LGBTQ+ nei film in concorso. C'è, ad esempio, Tar, con Cate Blanchett che interpreta Lydia Tar. Costei è stata la prima direttrice d'orchestra tedesca, lesbica, che nel film molesta diverse musiciste della propria orchestra.C'è L'immensità, del[la] regista transessuale Emanuele Crialese. Protagonista del film è Penelope Cruz, che veste i panni della madre di una ragazza di 12 anni convinta di essere maschio. Il padre, ovviamente, è ottuso e violento. E poi c'è Monica, di Andrea Pallaoro, che racconta la storia di una donna che torna a casa per occuparsi della madre. Il punto è che l'attor* protagonista è Trace Lysette, transessuale e attivista per i diritti LGBTQ+.Infine c'è Le favolose, di Roberta Torre, dedicato all'incontro di sette amic* trans per commemorare l'ottav*, Antoni*, morta e sepolta dalla famiglia con abiti maschili. Apriamo una parentesi, prima di tornare a Venezia: anche alla Notte della taranta (dal minuto 22:15) è comparso un* transessuale sul palco. Chiusa parentesi, torniamo al Festival di Venezia.Insomma: transessualità come se piovesse. E arriviamo al punto.Consideriamo scandalose queste pellicole perché, essendo il Festival del Cinema di Venezia una manifestazione culturale di livello internazionale, dovrebbe essere un momento qualitativamente e artisticamente elevato. Dovrebbe, insomma, presentare il meglio - dal punto di vista culturale - della produzione cinematografica italiana, europea e mondiale. Non solo: consideriamo il cinema arte, appunto, ma anche intrattenimento di livello elevato. Ma se queste premesse fossero sbagliate? Se il cinema non fosse altro che una forma - particolarmente efficace - di propaganda? Mussolini, nel 1922, affermò che «il cinema è l'arma più forte dello stato», perché le immagini, la musica e i dialoghi hanno una capacità impressionante di far presa sul popolo. Ecco, nel 1936, perché decise di fondare gli studios di Cinecittà; ecco perché, nel 1932, decise di inaugurare la prima edizione della Mostra del Cinema di Venezia, in occasione del decennale della marcia su Roma. Tra i premi distribuiti, dal 1938 ci fu la Coppa Mussolini per il miglior film.Ma non solo il fascismo considerò il cinema come un'arma propagandistica: in un testo del 1943, intitolato The Motion Picture as a Weapon of Psychological Warfare (Il film come arma di guerra psicologica), nella prima pagina leggiamo: «I film sono una delle armi di propaganda più potenti a disposizione degli Stati Uniti». Per questo motivo, anziché distruggere Cinecittà e azzerare la Mostra del Cinema di Venezia, nel dopoguerra vengono rivitalizzati: per sfruttare - questa volta in chiave antifascista - il loro potenziale propagandistico.Perché, piaccia o meno, il cinema è stato e continua ad essere un'arma tra le più potenti nella guerra culturale che infiamma il mondo.

American Times
Chadwick Boseman's Howard University 2018 Commencement Speech

American Times

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 26:59


Chadwick Aaron Boseman (/ˈboʊzmən/; November 29, 1976 – August 28, 2020) was an American actor. During his two-decade career, Boseman received two Screen Actors Guild Awards, a Golden Globe Award, a Critics' Choice Movie Award, and a Primetime Emmy Award, among other accolades. He was also nominated for an Academy Award.After studying directing at Howard University, Boseman began his career in theatre, winning a Drama League Directing Fellowship and an acting AUDELCO, along with receiving a Jeff Award nomination for his 2005 play Deep Azure. Transitioning to the screen, his first major role was as a series regular on the NBC drama Persons Unknown (2010) and he landed his breakthrough performance as baseball player Jackie Robinson in the 2013 biographical film 42. He continued to portray historical figures, starring as singer James Brown in Get on Up (2014) and as attorney Thurgood Marshall in Marshall (2017).Boseman achieved international fame for playing the Marvel Comics superhero Black Panther in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) from 2016 to 2019. He appeared in four MCU films, including an eponymous 2018 film that earned him an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture and a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. As the first black actor to headline an MCU film, he was also named in the 2018 Time 100. Boseman's final performance as the character in the Disney + anthology series What If...? (2021) earned him a posthumous Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance.In 2016, Boseman was diagnosed with colon cancer. He kept his condition private, continuing to act until his death in 2020 from the illness. His final film, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, was released posthumously the same year to critical acclaim, earning him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama. Boseman also received four nominations at the 27th Screen Actors Guild Awards for his work in Da 5 Bloods and Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, the most for a performer at a single ceremony, winning Male Actor in a Leading Role for the latter.

Showcase
Equality and Gender Issues at Oscars

Showcase

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 8:11


There is a wind of change at the Academy of Motion Picture, Arts and Sciences. First there's the apology issued to Native American Sacheen Littlefeather. Then there's the election of Janet Yang as the first Asian-American woman president. Could this mean a new age for gender and racial diversity in Hollywood? Guest: Sarah Tetteh, Founder of Showbizmama.com

Media Clips
Current Trends in Motion Picture and Television Financing

Media Clips

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 11:14


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Let's Learn About...
#133 - The Disappearance of Louis Le Prince, the Forgotten Father of Motion Picture

Let's Learn About...

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 29:15


When you try to name the father of motion pictures, you might think of Thomas Edison, or maybe the Lumiere Brothers. But how many of you would name Louis Le Prince? This episode is about him, his inventions, and how the course of film history could have been completely different if he hadn't boarded a train and disappeared off the face of the earth, never to be seen again... There's one question that still remains unsolved today. What really happened to Louis Le Prince, the forgotten father of motion picture? --- Where to Find Us:  Head to our website, learnaboutpod.com, to read the full episode notes and see a list of links and resources used to research this episode. You can also follow us on Instagram and Twitter at @learnaboutpod.  Support us on Patreon:  Want to help support the show? For only £2/month you'll get early access to episodes, two exclusive bonus episodes every month, a handwritten postcard, and outtakes that don't make the final cut. Go to patreon.com/learnaboutpod to get started! A huge thanks to our current patrons: Llinos, Luke, Bryony, Linde, Michael, Sarah, Steve, Dan, Megg, and George!

Indie Film Hustle® Podcast Archives: Film Directing
IFH Film Directing Archive: The Director's Six Senses with Simone Bartesaghi

Indie Film Hustle® Podcast Archives: Film Directing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 54:06


Simone Bartesaghi is an Italian award-winning filmmaker who has been recognized by the Directors Guild of America (DGA) and AMPTP (Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producer) as an artist with "Extraordinary Ability in Directing”.At the age of 24 Simone received his Master's Degree in Economics at the University of Pisa, Italy. Three years later he established a successful Consulting Company specializing in Corporate Organization and Planning. In 2001 he gave up his thriving career to pursue his childhood dream.Two years later he won several prizes as the Writer/Director of short films, but the highest recognition came when he won the first and second place at the Milan International Film Festival, and became the recipient of both the Top and second Award, TWO Scholarships for THE LOS ANGELES FILM SCHOOL.Only four years after his arrival in the United States, he directed his first feature film DOWNSTREAM, that acquired a theatrical release and also received the prestigious Accolade Award.Simone's second feature RUN, a 3D film that he wrote and directed, has won several prizes including Best Screenplay and Best Emerging Director and is distributed in USA by Millennium. The movie is about the new discipline Parkour (Freerunning) with a rich cast including Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight), Adrian Pasdar (Heroes), Kelsey Chow (Pair of Kings) and William Moseley (Chronicles of Narnia).Simone's accomplishments and communicative skills have been recognized by many educational organization around the world and he is now an Adjunct Professor in Filmmaking at the prestigious Santa Monica College.Simone is also a published author with his book "The Director's Six Senses", an innovative, unique, and engaging approach to the development of the skills that every visual storyteller must have. The Director's Six Senses is an innovative, unique, and engaging approach to the development of the skills that every visual storyteller must have. It's based on the premise that a director is a storyteller 24/7 and must be aware of the “truth” that he or she experiences in life in order to be able to reproduce it on the big screen. Through a series of hands-on exercises and practical experiences, the reader develops the “directorial senses” in order to be able to tell a story in the most effective way.Enjoy my conversation with Simone Bartesaghi.

Red Spotlight Entertainment
Red Spotlight #414 A Night with The Maestro Of The Movies

Red Spotlight Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 180:13


Alexis Soto, Kyle Lira, and Alexys Moreno return from Hollywood and discuss their experience at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures and seeing "Maestro of the Movies: Celebrating John Williams at 90" live at The Hollywood Bowl. Plus the team rightfully trashes Disney for remaking Pinocchio and the new episode of "House of the Dragon."Time Stamps 0:00-11:13/Intro11:15-1:07:08/Pinocchio reviews, Hocus Pocus 2, Disenchanted, and Little Mermaid (2023) trailer reviews1:07:10-2:26:01/Jaws in IMAX, John Williams Hollywood Bowl, and Academy Awards museum2:26:03-2:59:56/House of the Dragon 3

Museum Confidential
The Hidden History of Black Cinema

Museum Confidential

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 34:46 Very Popular


On our Season 7 premiere, we visit the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles for the opening of a groundbreaking new exhibition, REGENERATION: BLACK CINEMA 1898–1971. Enjoy a fascinating chat with exhibition's co-curators, Doris Berger, Vice President of Curatorial Affairs at the Academy Museum, and Rhea Combs, Director of Curatorial Affairs at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery.  

Overlapping Dialogue
The Place Beyond the Pines

Overlapping Dialogue

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 279:09


Looking for your weekly dose of generational trauma, misdirective cinema, and grease stained Ben Mendelsohn? Luckily, The Place Beyond the Pines, 2013's crime-drama-tragedy-mini-epic, is here to save the day! Before we make our way down its dark and winding road, come with us as we make a quick pit-stop and chow down on a Blue Plate Special that leaps from a discussion of E.T. The Extra Terrestrial and its theatrical re-release in honor of the classic film's 40th anniversary to an ambivalent consideration of Three Thousand Years of Longing, the latest film from Mad Max maestro George Miller. In due course, all roads lead to Schenectady and its eclectic cast of angels and demons, prompting a wide-ranging deliberation including but not limited to the weighty yet delicate brilliance of director Derek Cianfrance, the distorted magic that inevitably sparks from pitting early 2010 stars Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper up against one another, the at once simple and tortuous structural framework at play, and a special observance for one particular line reading from Emory Cohen. Feel free to skip to 2:05:06 for the beginning of our audio commentary. As always, please like, subscribe, rate, and review us on all of our channels, which include Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube! Contact us at huffmanbrothersproductions@gmail.com with your questions, comments, and requests.

Two Guys and a Podcast with Ben and Collin
Plot Problems in Popular Motion Pictures

Two Guys and a Podcast with Ben and Collin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 58:58


Join Ben and Collin as Ben presents numerous plot holes and issues in famous movies. Some are nitpicky and some are just glaringly movie breaking. ENJOY!!Music by AlexGrohl from Pixabay

Stephen Talks
...About Star Trek The Motion Picture

Stephen Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 16:49


The first Star Trek movie, released in 1979, has garnered a lot of criticism for its slow pacing and lack of action, especially compared to the next movie in the franchise, The Wrath of Khan. But does it deserve a reputation for being one of the "worst" movies in the franchise? I talk about why I think it's an underrated film in this episode.

Baffled with David DesRoches
The Harsh Reality of Forecasting Abuse Using Predictive Analytics

Baffled with David DesRoches

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 34:45


Current statistics paint a bleak picture for American children: about one in four kids will experience some form of abuse or neglect at some point in their lifetimes. But, what if we could predict the likelihood of abuse before it happens? What about at birth?  Social scientists and computer programmers are hoping to do just that.  New predictive risk models that promise to be able to determine the likelihood of abuse or neglect are being deployed in public child protective service agencies around the country. However, poorly implemented algorithms have real-world impacts on real people. When used in child welfare cases, algorithms consider things like interactions with police or the welfare system. However, many of these data are proxies for race or poverty. For example, people are more likely to call police on a Black family and give a white family the benefit of the doubt. That interaction with police then becomes data an algorithm considers when determining risk. Again, the data are biased because it comes from biased people, and sometimes the data are even racist. A computer doesn't know the difference between a racist complaint and a real one. They are both data, and in a computer's eyes, equally as useful. This episode is a production of the Department of Motion Pictures and Stories of Change, a partnership of the Sundance Institute and the Skoll Foundation, with support from IFP and Quinnipiac University. Our editor is John Dankosky. Our mixers are Ben Kruse and Henry Bellingham. Our producers are Elizabeth Lodge Stepp and Michael Gottwald. Executive Produced by Josh Penn. Research by Kate Osborn. Fact checking by Jacqueline Rabe Thomas. Additional reporting by Colleen Shaddox. Special Thanks to Emily Jampel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

I Don't Know About That
Motion Picture Production Code

I Don't Know About That

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 85:44


In this episode, the team discusses bread with USC Alum and Creator of ‘Old Hollywood History', Madeline Hanson. Follow Madeline on Instagram @MadelineHanson_1 and on TikTok @madelineroseh1 ! Our merch store is now live! Go to idontknowaboutthat.com for shirts, hoodies, mugs, and more! Subscribe to our Patreon at patreon.com/IDKAT for ad free episodes, bonus episodes, and more exclusive perks! Tiers start at just $2! Go to JimJefferies.com to buy tickets to Jim's upcoming tour, The Moist Tour.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

BBC Sermon Cast
Gospel Motion Pictures - BBC Shorts

BBC Sermon Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 5:54


The gospel has both and audio and video components. As you live your life, may your life movie play in sync with the gospel soundtrack to the glory of God.

Engines of Our Ingenuity
Engines of Our Ingenuity 2302: Henry Koster

Engines of Our Ingenuity

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 3:49


Episode: 2302 Henry Koster: one man's life in the movies.  Today, one man's life in the movies.

Dressed In The Dark
51 Dressed In The Dark: The Motion Picture: A Meditation On Meditation

Dressed In The Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 12:54


This one is a bit longer, that's why it's a motion picture. It's about meditation, as the name implies. A louandstu.com production. dressedinthedarkpodcast.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dressedinthedarkpodcast/message

Diafullah Dobashi
Lyrical Spit® Vol.85. The cousin, agent for Muhammad Ali's 24 karat gold car and motion picture The Greatest, Raymond Faulkner.

Diafullah Dobashi

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 49:44


The cousin, agent for Muhammad Ali's 24 karat gold car and motion picture The Greatest, Raymond Faulkner. Lyrical Spit® Vol.85. Lyrical Spit® & Daily Spit hosted by Professional Wrestler Diafullah the Butcher Dobashi. "Daily" inspiring quotes, current topics, interviews, music & much more. Listen on Anchor, Spotify, Apple Podcast, iHeart Radio, Amazon and on most of your favorite podcast platforms. *For show links LyricalSpit.com *Email: LyricalSpit@gmail.com *Shop at ButcherSpit.com *Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum: PWHF.org *Lyrical Spit® 24 hour Hotline *Report Human Sex Trafficking 1-888-373-7888 *National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 (Originally aired 08/30/2022). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/diafullah-dobashi/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/diafullah-dobashi/support

STARPODLOGPODCAST
StarPodTrek Episode 22

STARPODLOGPODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022


 If you grew up in the '60s, '70s, or '80s,you will love StarPodTrek! On this electrifying episode of StarPodTrek, we consider the Star Trek contents of Starlog magazine in issues 43 and 44 from 1981.Read along with your personal issue from your collection or for free here:https://archive.org/details/starlog_magazine-043/mode/2up    Shocking Jon joins us to reminisce about the Motion Picture trading cards. Check out his Shocking Things podcast for more awesome content!https://anchor.fm/shockingthings    Bob Turner and Kelly Casto discuss David Gerrold's commentary about Trekkers at conventions.Check them out on the '70s Trek podcast!https://m.facebook.com/1742040886071290/      Anthony Rooney tells us what it was like to see the Motion Picture in England, and Andrew McLaughlin describes it from his vantage point in Scotland ...and more on this episode of StarPodTrek!Would you like a free set of StarPodTrek trading cards? Please send a SASE to:StarPodTrek Trading Card offer700 Church StreetStudio 204Nashville, TN 37203Once again, we will be Attending Professionals at Dragon Con! Look for our panel schedule in the program:https://www.dragoncon.org/We will attending Music City Multicon this fall. Join us!https://musiccitymulticon.com/Don't forget to join our Facebook group:https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=469912916856743&ref=content_filterLooking for a Star Trek social club? Join us in STARFLEET International! https://sfi.org/Visit the Original Series set at Neutral Zone Studios!https://neutralzonestudios.com/Love Starlog magazine?Join the Facebook group:https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=303578380105395&ref=content_filterSuscribe to our YouTube Channel “StarPodLog and StarPodTrek”:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgE_kNBWqnvTPAQODKZA1UgFind us on Twitter and Instagram: @StarPodLog Reddit: u/StarPodTrek Visit us on Blogger at https://starpodlogpodcast.blogspot.com/ or iTunes or Spotify or wherever you listen to fine podcasts!Music used with permission by Five Year Mission. If you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)

In Search Of Excellence
The Beauty of Living Twice | Sharon Stone Revisited

In Search Of Excellence

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 93:06


In celebration of our one-year anniversary, we are revisiting a couple of our early episodes that people loved!In today's episode, Randall Kaplan is joined by global superstar Sharon Stone to discuss what it took for her to achieve excellence in Hollywood as an outsider, how she managed to claw her way back from a crippling brain aneurysm, why being of service goes hand-in-hand with pursuing excellence, and much more. Topics Include:- Growing up dirt poor.  - Sharon's early jobs and experiences as a model.  - Challenges as a woman and an outsider in Hollywood.  - The need to constantly prove yourself as a woman.  - Setting clear goals and pursuing dreams.  - The primacy of professionalism and kindness.  - The challenges of being a global superstar.  - The prevalence of sexual assault in the US.  - Finding ways to be of service every day.  - Sharon's charity and philanthropic work.  - And other topics.Sharon Stone achieved global superstardom for her performance in the blockbuster film Basic Instinct and has appeared in over fifty-two movies.  She has won 43 awards for her acting including a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Motion Picture and an Academy Award nomination for the film Casino.  Sharon is intimately involved in humanitarian and philanthropic efforts and received the Nobel Peace Summit Award in 2013.  In March of 2021, Sharon released The Beauty of Living Twice, an autobiography that details her life and the incredible challenges she's managed to overcome.Resources Mentioned:The Beauty of Living Twice by Sharon Stone (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08NHXFG31/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1)Teenline, emotional support line for youth – 1.800.852.8336 (https://teenlineonline.org/)Hotline for victims of domestic abuse – 1.800.799.SAFE (7233) (https://www.thehotline.org/)Homeless Not Toothless – (https://homelessnottoothless.org/)Planet Hope – (https://www.planethope.org/)Want to Connect? Reach out to us online!Website – https://insearchofexcellencepodcast.comInstagram – https://www.instagram.com/randallkaplan/LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/randall-kaplan-05858340/

News Talk 920 KVEC
Hometown Radio 08/30/20 3:30p: Guest host Gary J Freiberg talks to Raul Guzman of The Academy of Motion Pictures Museum

News Talk 920 KVEC

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 23:12


Hometown Radio 08/30/20 3:30p: Guest host Gary J Freiberg talks to Raul Guzman of The Academy of Motion Pictures Museum

Podcast | The Two-Headed Nerd Comic Book Podcast
Cover to Cover 8/27/22: Movie, Comic, and TV News, She-Hulk, the JSA Returns, Wildstorm’s Revival & Your Calls!

Podcast | The Two-Headed Nerd Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 83:01


Welcome to THN Cover to Cover: featuring movie, comic, and TV news discussion, all recorded LIVE in front of a Discord audience on 8/27 /22! This week, Joe and Matt drill into some hard, personal topics like: Joe’s disrespect of Star Trek the Motion Picture. Chris Warner’s tenure at Dark Horse. Wildstorm gets one last […] The post Cover to Cover 8/27/22: Movie, Comic, and TV News, She-Hulk, the JSA Returns, Wildstorm’s Revival & Your Calls! appeared first on The Two-Headed Nerd Comic Book Podcast.

First Voices Radio
08/28/22 - Candice Hopkins

First Voices Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 59:10


Tiokasin's guest in the first half-hour is Candice Hopkins, a citizen of Carcross/Tagish First Nation. Candice is executive director of Forge Project in Taghkanic, NY. Forge Project is a Native-led initiative centered on Indigenous art, decolonial education and supporting leaders in culture, food security and land justice. Candice's writing and curatorial practice explore the intersections of history, contemporary art and Indigeneity. She is Senior Curator for the 2019 and 2022 editions of the Toronto Biennial of Art. Candice was part of the curatorial team for the Canadian Pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale, featuring the work of the media art collective Isuma; and co-curator of notable exhibitions including the national traveling survey Art for New Understanding: Native Voices, 1950s to Now; SITElines.2018: Casa Tomada, SITE Santa Fe; documenta 14, Athens and Kassel; and Sakahàn: International Indigenous Art, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Notable essays include “The Gilded Gaze: Wealth and Economies on the Colonial Frontier,” in the documenta 14 Reader; “Outlawed Social Life,” in South as a State of Mind; and “The Appropriation Debates (or The Gallows of History),” in Saturation: Race, Art, and the Circulation of Value (New Museum/MIT Press, 2020). For more information about Forge Project, visit forgeproject.com In the second half, Tiokasin comments on the Aug. 26, 2022 article in Canada's National Observer newspaper, “Native American Journalists Association bars New York Times from its conference over harmful coverage”: https://bit.ly/3e5ePks Production Credits: Tiokasin Ghosthorse (Lakota), Host and Executive Producer Liz Hill (Red Lake Ojibwe), Producer Malcolm Burn, Studio Engineer, Radio Kingston, WKNY 1490 AM and 107.9 FM, Kingston, NY Tiokasin Ghosthorse, Audio Editor  Music Selections: 1. Song Title: Tahi Roots Mix (First Voices Radio Theme Song) Artist: Moana and the Moa Hunters Album: Tahi (1993) Label: Southside Records (Australia and New Zealand) (00:00:22) 2. Song Title: In the Anthropocene Artist: Nick Mulvey Album: On Limited Edition Vinyl (2019) Label: N/A (00:23:55) 3. Song Title: When It Rains It Pours Artist: Thelma Plum Album: N/A (Single) Label: N/A (Single) (00:40:50) 4. Song Title: Blue Moon Drive Artist: iskwē, Tom Wilson feat. Chuck Copenace Album: Mother Love (2022) Label: iskwē Music, Inc. (00:44:45) 5. Song Title: Things have Changed Artist: Bob Dylan CD: Wonder Boys - Music from The Motion Picture (2000) Label: Columbia/Sony Music/Soundtrax (00:48:45) 6. Song Title: Warrior Artist: Xavier Rudd and the United Nations Album: Nanna (2015) Label: Nettwerk (00:54:10) AKANTU INSTITUTE Visit Akantu Institute, an institute that Tiokasin founded with a mission of contextualizing original wisdom for troubled times. Go to https://akantuinstitute.org/ to find out more and consider joining his Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/Ghosthorse. 

Overlapping Dialogue
Killing Them Softly

Overlapping Dialogue

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 250:18


Grab the cigarillos and hoist the balaclavas: we go us a score in the works! This episode's exploration of crime cinema guides us through the seedy underbellies of Boston...or New Orleans...or Sawmills...or wherever the heck Killing Them Softly, Andrew Dominik's 2012 political diatribe in hood's clothing, takes place. But before we revel in the muck, we partake in a Blue Plate Special selection that salvages something from John Waters's 1972 cult behemoth Pink Flamingos, find a lot to love with the new A24 slasher Bodies Bodies Bodies, and celebrate the bittersweet conclusion of Better Call Saul. We eventually get around to casing the goldmine of a genre movie that is the subject of this episode, one which prompts a discussion of all things Brad Pitt, a consideration of Dominik's updating of novelist George C. Higgins and his source material, and really just find every opportunity to heap love upon Sam Shepard's brief but legendary walk-on performance as Dillon, the man himself. Feel free to skip to 2:16:04 for the beginning of our audio commentary. As always, please like, subscribe, rate, and review us on all of our channels, which include Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube! Contact us at huffmanbrothersproductions@gmail.com with your questions, comments, and requests. https://crimereads.com/killing-them-softly/ https://thebigwblog.wordpress.com/2022/08/20/storm-in-my-house-the-thrilling-formula-of-bodies-bodies-bodies/

Fantasmo After Dark
EPISODE 167: THREE FANTASTIC SUPERMEN

Fantasmo After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 95:56


There's a guest host in the Fantasmo Lounge this week!  Join Rob and Mr. Lobo as they discuss a "new to them" film from 1967, Three Fantastic Supermen.  You may even get a bit of Star Trek the Motion Picture and Rocky Horror Picture Show, if you stick around to the end! Don't forget to check out the Fantasmo After Dark facebook page for pictures from this episode or to drop us a message. Thanks for listening! fantasmoad@gmail.com

Driven By Insight
Charles Rivkin, Chairman & CEO, Motion Picture Association

Driven By Insight

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 52:26


Willy welcomes Charles Rivkin. He is the Chairman and CEO of the Motion Picture Association (MPA). He leads the MPA's global mission to advance and support the film, television, and streaming content industry. The MPA's members currently include Disney, Netflix, Paramount, Sony, Universal, and Warner Bros. Drawing on almost 30 years of experience as a media executive and a leading U.S. diplomat, he advocates for policies that drive investment in film and television production, protect creative content, and open markets. He champions the economic and cultural power of film and television to communities around the world. The episode begins with Charles talking about his father's career as a US ambassador to Luxembourg and Senegal and his godfather, a US ambassador to France. Charles believes that public service is the highest calling, and the influence of his relatives encouraged him to serve in the State for 18 years. With a deep love for singing, Charles never thought of doing it professionally, but the hobby gave him a chance to travel around the world. “I love being surrounded by creative people, and that's one of the reasons I pursued a career in the entertainment industry,” he says. He decided to get an MBA because he was always fascinated by his grandfather's clothing business. “When you give somebody employment, you change their lives,” he says. He loves the idea of being a CEO, contributing to his community, and making a difference on the international stage. With his background in economics, he combined it with his love for entertainment. He thinks that media is an enormous source of power and cultural exchange and can be a source of good when used properly. The MPA is already 100 years old and represents the six largest companies in the world. He talks about working with Jim Henson and selling his company, his desire to play in a “creative world”, and how they preserved his legacy by monetizing his assets. He got involved in politics in 2003 as Barack Obama's US Ambassador to France, having the chance to know him before his presidency. He shares about doing film showings in the residence as he thought that films were a unionizing force and a reflection of American society. He challenged his French counterparts to create movies about sensitive topics and uses the medium to break stereotypes. Charles shares his experience being the first ambassador to jump out of an airplane with the US Army Golden Knights on the 60th anniversary of D-Day, overcoming his fear of heights. Referencing Top Gun, he has flown on an F-18 with a passionate and talented naval pilot. The first thing he did as he moved into the MPA was to bring Netflix on board. He clarifies that the MPA is not just about film but also includes TV and streaming. With the billions of dollars that Amazon and Apple spend on creating potentially award-winning content, he believes these giants will join the association soon. As gaming is also catching up, MPA is working together with Apple and Amazon to fight piracy, the one commonality they can agree on, and make entertainment a diverse and flexible force. “The walls are blurring,” he says. Doing trade deals with USMCA in Canada also enforces intellectual property protection online and brings content to markets that were unreachable in the past. He has a positive outlook towards reopening theaters, as Top Gun Maverick raked in a billion at the box office, and other smaller productions like Everything Everywhere All At Once made millions as well. “Moviegoing begets moviegoing. There's a communal aspect that can never be replaced,” he says. The US government is also helping to reignite the movie industry to help blue-collar workers like electricians, plumbers, cashiers, and other employees.

A Breath Of Fresh Movie
The Sad Episode: Postcards from the Edge

A Breath Of Fresh Movie

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 66:59


This week, Chelsea and Victoria get lost in Hollywood dynasties, the dangers of autobiographical essentialism, and how this film might have been more therapeutic for Mike Nichols than Carrie Fisher.Theme Music "A Movie I'd Like to See" by Al Harley. Show Art: Cecily Brown Follow the Show @freshmoviepod YouTube Channel abreathoffreshmovie@gmail.com

Sound Opinions
Songs About Heroes, Opinions on Beyoncé & Drive-By Truckers

Sound Opinions

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 51:04 Very Popular


There have been many great songs about acts of heroism big and small, and in times like these, boy do we need heroes and heroines! Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot share their favorite songs about heroes. They'll also hear selections from the production team and review the new albums by Beyoncé and Drive-By Truckers. Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9TBecome a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvcSign up for our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3eEvRnGMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lUSend us a Voice Memo: Desktop: bit.ly/2RyD5Ah  Mobile: sayhi.chat/soundops Featured Songs:Bonnie Tyler, "Holding Out for a Hero," Footloose: Original Soundtrack of the Paramount Motion Picture, Columbia, 1984Beyoncé, "BREAK MY SOUL," Renaissance, Parkwood and Columbia, 2022Beyoncé, "COZY," Renaissance, Parkwood and Columbia, 2022Beyoncé, "ALIEN SUPERSTAR," Renaissance, Parkwood and Columbia, 2022Beyoncé, "THIQUE," Renaissance, Parkwood and Columbia, 2022Drive-By Truckers, "The Driver," Welcome 2 Club XIII, ATO, 2022Drive-By Truckers, "Welcome 2 Club XIII," Welcome 2 Club XIII, ATO, 2022Drive-By Truckers, "Every Single Storied Flameout," Welcome 2 Club XIII, ATO, 2022Drive-By Truckers, "Wilder Days," Welcome 2 Club XIII, ATO, 2022Aimee Mann, "Save Me," Magnolia: Music from the Motion Picture, Reprise, 1999John Lennon, "Working Class Hero," John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band, Apple, 1970The Impressions, "We're a Winner," We're a Winner, ABC, 1968The Kinks, "Celluloid Heroes," Everybody's in Show-Biz, RCA Victor, 1972The Flaming Lips, "Waitin' for a Superman," The Soft Bulletin, Warner Bros., 1999The Stranglers, "No More Heroes," No More Heroes, United Artists, 1977ONE OK ROCK, "Save Yourself," Save Yourself (Single), Fueled By Ramen, 2022Family of the Year, "Hero," Loma Vista, Nettwerk, 2012Elton John, "I'm Still Standing," Too Low For Zero, Geffen, 1983Billy Bragg, "There Is Power in a Union," Talking With The Taxman About Poetry, Elektra, 1986Rhianna, "Umbrella (feat. Jay-Z)," Good Girl Gone Bad, Def Jam, 2007Natalie Merchant, "Ophelia," Ophelia, Elektra, 1998David Bowie, ""Heroes"," "Heroes", RCA, 1977Nas, "Hero (feat. Keri Hilson)," Untitled, Def Jam, 2008Talking Heads, "Once In A Lifetime," Remain In Light, Sire, 1980

My Creative Careers
Render, Rinse, Repeat. - VFX & Animation (with Lyndon Barrois & Michael Slemmons)

My Creative Careers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 40:25


Lyndon Barrois is an accomplished artist, award-winning director, animator, and visual effects professional. A native of New Orleans, Lyndon played a pivotal role in creating groundbreaking visual effects for critically-acclaimed feature films such as The Matrix Trilogy, Happy Feet, Tree of Life, and The Thing, for which he received a Visual Effects Society Award nomination. Lyndon is an active member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, a Commissioner for the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC, and a board member of the California Institute of the Arts. This week, we welcome Lyndon to talk to us about how some of the amazing visual effects we see onscreen are created and how he got his start in the industry. He lets us in on the app he uses to shoot stop motion animation films on his iPhone and highlights that anyone with enthusiasm can leverage the tech they have in their pocket to get started. Lyndon also discusses his experiences of directing both animation and live-action movies, the differences between the two from his point of view, and shares why he prefers to direct animation projects. “You have to adapt; that's one of the things that we always have to do in this industry. You've got to adapt to the medium, the tools, the whole shebang.” - Lyndon Barrois “Movies and TV shows are not so much about the way the world is, but the way we want the world to be. And VFX help us see anything that we can imagine.” - Adam Leipzig “Visual effects are like alchemy — you have this little piece of something to work with, and you can turn it into anything that you want.” - Tamika Lamison   Highlights This Week: How Lyndon entered the film industry via graphic design and miniature modeling How he lost his first job before he even got started Lyndon's opportunity with Disney and what he learned on the job Lyndon's recent miniatures and stop-motion work and the other independent projects he is involved with right now When Lyndon is brought on board a project and why he prefers to get involved at the storyboarding and pre-visualization stage Why pre-visualization is so critical in the context of planning the film as a whole How Lyndon brings the context of the world we live in into the work that he does Lyndon gives his advice to a listener interesting in making a career in visual effects Some of Lyndon's favorite projects to work on and why he enjoyed them so much Lyndon's work at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, and why they try and explain and correct omissions in the history of cinema   Resources Lyndon Barrois on IMDB It's a Wrapper! Website Stop Motion Studio Pro for iPhone

Shocking Things : The horror magazine for your ears
E53 : Star Trek The Motion Picture- The Directors Edition (2022)

Shocking Things : The horror magazine for your ears

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 38:14


Nayr of StarPodTrek joins episode 53 of Shocking Things to discuss Star Trek The Motion Picture - Directors Edition. Nayr talked with visual effects supervisor Daren R. Dochterman at Wonderfest and David C. Fein at Star Trek: Mission Chicago to explain in detail why it is now a more complete film. We also share our experiences seeing the film for the first time in 1979 and the merchandise from that time period. #startrek #startrekthemotionpicture #williamshatner --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shockingthings/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shockingthings/support

The Refresh from Insider
Trump's CFO to plead guilty to tax evasion — Aug 16

The Refresh from Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 11:35


Hosts Rebeca Ibarra and Dave Smith are updating the news, all day, every weekday. Welcome! DOJ objects to releasing Mar-a-Lago affidavit [Share] WeWork founder Adam Neumann is in the Flow [Share] Trump's financial boss to plead guilty to tax evasion [Share] Apple sets new return-to-office deadline [Share] Liz Cheney's Wyoming primary [Share] Did you know you can share any of our segments on social media? Check back for the latest headlines Coming up: so you want to be a digital nomad? Scotland provides free period products [Share] Starbucks asks NLRB to suspend union votes [Share] Capri Sun recalls popular kids' drink [Share] The stock market is “disconnected” from reality [Share] Academy of Motion Pictures apologies to Sacheen Littlefeather [Share] Tips for living and working abroad [Share] Talk to you soon!

The Refresh from Insider
NBA won't play on election day, so you can vote — Aug 16

The Refresh from Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 11:21


Hosts Rebeca Ibarra and Dave Smith are updating the news, all day, every weekday. Welcome! Biden signs Inflation Reduction Act [Share] No NBA games on election day [Share] Hearing aids will soon be sold over the counter [Share] American Airlines buys supersonic planes [Share] WeWork founder Adam Neumann is in the Flow [Share] Did you know you can share any of our segments on social media? Check back for the latest headlines Coming up: so you want to be a digital nomad? Rents across the US are higher than before the pandemic [Share] Florida teen refused abortion, again [Share] Autonomous car crash in Germany [Share] Liz Cheney's Wyoming primary [Share] Academy of Motion Pictures apologies to Sacheen Littlefeather [Share] Tips for living and working abroad [Share] Talk to you soon!

Press Play with Madeleine Brand
‘Reservation Dogs': Authentic look at life in Indigenous communities

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 49:57


“Reservation Dogs” is back for its second season. Indigenous journalist Vincent Schilling talks about the show's depiction of life on a rural Oklahoma reservation. The Academy of Motion Pictures and Sciences is publicly apologizing to Sacheen Littlefeather, who famously rejected Marlon Brando's award for Best Actor in 1973. LA County District Attorney George Gascon has survived a second recall attempt. A lot of his own prosecutors publicly supported his potential ouster. After the FBI raided Mar-a-Lago last week, leaders from the Christian right say it's evidence that they and their followers will soon be the targets of religious persecution.

The Refresh from Insider
Final Edition: Tips for living and working abroad — Aug 16

The Refresh from Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 11:21


Hosts Rebeca Ibarra and Dave Smith are updating the news, all day, every weekday. Welcome! Biden signs Inflation Reduction Act [Share] No NBA games on election day [Share] Hearing aids will soon be sold over the counter [Share] American Airlines buys supersonic planes [Share] WeWork founder Adam Neumann is in the Flow [Share] Did you know you can share any of our segments on social media? Check back for the latest headlines Coming up: so you want to be a digital nomad? Rents across the US are higher than before the pandemic [Share] Florida teen refused abortion, again [Share] Autonomous car crash in Germany [Share] Liz Cheney's Wyoming primary [Share] Academy of Motion Pictures apologies to Sacheen Littlefeather [Share] Tips for living and working abroad [Share] Talk to you soon!

Pick A Disc
Music from the Motion Picture Josie and the Pussycats: Josie and the Pussycats with Sara Feigin (Name 3 Songs)

Pick A Disc

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 65:28


Take a trip back to the early 00's with the fictional band Josie and the Pussycats from the same movie with Matt and guest Sara Feigin from the Name 3 Songs podcast! Matt and Sara chat about how the film was one of the biggest foundations of Sara-The-Adult. Whilst also talking about the legends that are Dujour....Host: Matt LathamGuest: Sara FeiginListen to Hits Don't Lie Listen to Name 3 Songs here: https://name3songs.com/Follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram: @PickADisc.Email us at pickadisc@gmail.com.Pick A Disc(Ord): https://discord.com/invite/JnZjEYuK3uWe Made This:@wemadethispodhttps://wemadethispod.com/The Spotify Hall of Fame: https://open.spotify.com/user/xandmatt/playlist/3ePG8RgGhxLhI7SXN4JFPZ?si=I-NUSFKJSbOXYCCtCot-SQ

A Breath Of Fresh Movie
Pay Attention to Universal: NOPE

A Breath Of Fresh Movie

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 57:49


NOPE is the first horror or science fiction film to be filmed on 65mm for IMAX. With it's excellent sound design, and immersive spectacle, you'll need to get your ass to the theater for this one.Theme Music "A Movie I'd Like to See" by Al Harley. Show Art: Cecily Brown Follow the Show @freshmoviepod YouTube Channel abreathoffreshmovie@gmail.com

Sound Opinions
Rock on Film, Opinions on Lizzo, Muna & Perfume Genius

Sound Opinions

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 51:13 Very Popular


This week, hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot discuss the history of music movies with author Fred Goodman. From The Beatles to Metallica, they explore rock on film. Plus, the hosts review new music by Liz, Muna and Perfume Genius. Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9TBecome a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvcSign up for our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3eEvRnGMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lUSend us a Voice Memo: Desktop: bit.ly/2RyD5Ah  Mobile: sayhi.chat/soundops Featured Songs:Lizzo, "Special," Special, Nice Life/Atlantic, 2022Lizzo, "Grrrls," Special, Nice Life/Atlantic, 2022Lizzo, "Naked," Special, Nice Life/Atlantic, 2022Lizzo, "Everybody's Gay," Special, Nice Life/Atlantic, 2022Perfume Genius, "Pop Song," Ugly Season, Matador, 2022Perfume Genius, "Hellbent," Ugly Season, Matador, 2022Perfume Genius, "Eye in the Wall," Ugly Season, Matador, 2022Lizzo, "About Damn Time," Special, Nice Life/Atlantic, 2022Muna, "Silk Chiffon (feat. Phoebe Bridgers)," Muna, Saddest Factory, 2022Muna, "What I Want," Muna, Saddest Factory, 2022Muna, "Kind of Girl," Muna, Saddest Factory, 2022The Beatles, "A Hard Day's Night," A Hard Day's Night, United Artists, 1964Stillwater, "Fever Dog," Almost Famous (Music From the Motion Picture), DreamWorks, 2000Richard O'Brien, Patricia Quinn, Little Nell, "Time Warp," The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Ode, 1975Lhasa de Sela, "Love Came Here," Lhasa, Audiogram, 2009The Stooges, "Down On the Street," Fun House, Elektra, 1970