Today on the show we have Oscars® winning costume designer Janty Yates.Janty Yates has had a collaborative relationship with Ridley Scott since the great success of Gladiator in 2000, for which she won an Academy Award®, one of the eight Oscars® garnered by the film.She was also nominated for a BAFTA, a Golden Satellite and a Saturn Award. She has also had CDG nominations for De-lovely and for The Martian, a Golden Satellite nomination for De-lovely and a Goya nomination for Kingdom of Heaven.Yates is a frequent collaborator with Scott, having worked on thirteen films with him in addition to Gladiator, including: Hannibal (2001); Kingdom of Heaven (2005); American Gangster (2007); Body of Lies (2008); Robin Hood (2010), for which she received a Saturn Award nomination and her fourth Satellite Award nomination; Prometheus (2012), Exodus: Gods and Kings (2014), and The Martian (2015). Her most recent films with Scott include the epic historical drama film The Last Duel and the biographical crime drama film House of Gucci, both released in 2021.The historical epic is a cinematic and thought-provoking drama set in the midst of the Hundred Years War that explores the ubiquitous power of men, the frailty of justice and the strength and courage of one woman willing to stand alone in the service of truth. Based on actual events, the film unravels long-held assumptions about France's last sanctioned duel between Jean de Carrouges and Jacques Le Gris, two friends turned bitter rivals.Carrouges is a respected knight known for his bravery and skill on the battlefield. Le Gris is a Norman squire whose intelligence and eloquence make him one of the most admired nobles in court. When Carrouges' wife, Marguerite, is viciously assaulted by Le Gris, a charge he denies, she refuses to stay silent, stepping forward to accuse her attacker, an act of bravery and defiance that puts her life in jeopardy.The ensuing trial by combat, a grueling duel to the death, places the fate of all three in God's hands. The film is based on Eric Jager's book "The Last Duel: A True Story of Crime, Scandal, and Trial by Combat in Medieval France."It is produced and directed by Ridley Scott, Kevin J. Walsh ("Manchester by the Sea"), Jennifer Fox ("Nightcrawler"), Nicole Holofcener, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck with Kevin Halloran ("Ford v Ferrari"), Drew Vinton ("Promised Land"), Madison Ainley ("Justice League") serving as executive producers.You can watch The Last Duel through popular video-on-demand (VOD) retailers like Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, Apple TV (iTunes), Microsoft Movies, and YouTube.Enjoy my conversation with Janty Yates.
Bear Claw Billie will say and do an awful lot of things for money! On today's episode of Fix My Carcast, they have to talk about what the characters in the movie Crash would think of the movie Transformers (thanks, David!) while being repeatedly thwacked with pillows by special guest Little Miss Behavior!Submit topics for the podcast (attached to your donation) at the show's GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/f/fixable-auto-donate-3000Vote on episode gimmicks (and access bonus episodes & behind-the-scenes content) by signing up for Billie's Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bearclawbillieIf you're already signed up, you can find the next episode's poll right here:https://www.patreon.com/posts/fmc-ep-38-poll-72057131Get FMC shirts, mugs, and other merch over on Billie's TeePublic: https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirt/33636950-fix-my-carcastContact Bear Claw Billie firstname.lastname@example.org/bearclawbillieinstagram.com/bearclawbillie
On this episode of the Capital Games Movie Club, Zero and Wiz talk about the 2002 Oscar Winner for Best Picture "A Beautiful Mind," starring Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Ed Harris, Paul Bettany and Christopher Plummer.
Two men chasing dreams of glory! Not the dudes from Chariots of Fire - the dudes from 80s Revisited! Use code "Revisited" for 20% off and free shipping at MANSCAPED.COM. email@example.com to talk with us, and leave a review for us! Thank you for listening 80s Revisited, hosted by Trey Harris. Produced by Jesse Seidule.
This week we were saddened to receive the news that long-time Pixar production designer Ralph Eggleston passed away after a long battle with cancer. I spoke with Ralph for one of our first episodes, so my instinct was to remember him by re-running that episode this week instead of what we had planned. I'm joined by long-time Pixar animator Shawn Krause, who has known Ralph, or Eggman as many knew him, since the early Pixar days.Ralph shared his journey and his wisdom generously in this interview, talking about his beginnings at Cal Arts, his big break animating on Family Dog with Brad Bird, Fern Gully with Bill and Sue Kroyer, and his time at Pixar. He gets in-depth about his process and adds tips and advice for young artists. This episode was our longest and one of our most popular, so I encourage you to listen and learn and appreciate this talent who is gone too soon. Toward the end of the episode, Ralph talks about a recommended reading list for filmmaking and production design. We've shared the list below. The Big Goodbye, by Sam WassonAll text, a few pics. An exceptionally well-written account of the making of the movie Chinatown, with lots of design insight by the film's production designer Richard Sylbert. Can get on iPad…one of the best books on making a film EVER. Blast to read (like Easy Riders, Raging Bulls, but on one film!)By Design, by Vincent LoBruttoAll text. Interviews with film production designers. Hollywood Art , by Beverly HeisnerGREAT survey of the design departments of the major film studios in the early to late 20th Century. Lots of medium-quality pics, but a great starting place for names and films to look into further. Designs on Film: A Century of Art Direction, by Cathy WhitlockExcellent book LOADED with high-quality images. Selznick's Vision, by Alan David Vertrees and Thomas SchatzEXCELLENT book on the design and making of Gone with the Wind. At first, it reads like a doctoral thesis, which it probably is. But endlessly fascinating. The first film to give credit to Production Design to the great William Cameron Menzies.William Cameron Menzies: The Shape of Films to Come, by James CurtisTerrific biography of the great William Cameron MenziesDesigning Movies: Portrait of a Hollywood Artist, by Richard SylbertAutobiography of Richard SylbertProduction Design and Art Direction (Screencraft Series), by Peter EttedguiGreat overview of more modern films. Lots of interviews and TONS of images! Production Design: Visual Design for Film and Television, by Peg McClellanExcellent book. Lots of practical stuff.Production Design for Screen: Visual Storytelling in Film and Television, by Jane BarnwellLots of good basic info.The Art of the Hollywood Backdrop, by Richard M. Isackes, Karen L. Maness- - Thanks for listening. If you have any comments or suggestions please get in touch. Host & Producer: Michael WakelamExecutive Producer: Eric M. MillerMusic by: Rich DickersonAudio Engineering: Mike RochaThe Creators Society is a professional society for all disciplines of the animation industry. Our mission is to bring the animation community together to build strong relationships, provide education, and form a better understanding of the different roles we all play in creating animated stories. We celebrate and promote the love of animation, and all the talented Creators who breathe life and imagination into their work.
I sat down with one of the most legendary and successful screenwriters/producers in Hollywood, Oscar® Winner Eric Roth. Over a 50+ years career, he's well-known for writing or producing films like Forrest Gump, A Star is Born, Mank, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Munich, Ali, and the list goes on.The critically and commercially acclaimed American drama, Forrest Gump is an adaptation of Winston Groom's 1986 novel of the same title, adapted by Eric Roth in 1994.The story depicts several decades in the life of Forrest Gump, played by the incomparable, Tom Hanks, a slow-witted but kind-hearted man from Alabama who witnesses and unwittingly influences several defining historical events in the 20th century the United States.The $55 million budget film grossed $683.1 million at the Box Office and won the Oscars for Best Picture, Best Actor in a Leading Role, and three Golden Globes awards.With a dream to pursue writing, he got his start working crew on a bunch of independent movies being made by some experimental filmmakers at a local studio (the Millennium will film workshop) while studying at Columbia University and later transferred to UCLA Film School.While on the climb up, Roth got the opportunity through his good friend Stuart Rosenberg, to rewrite the script for the Paul Newman movie, The Drowning Pool, at the tender age of 20 years old.Last year, Roth co-produced the multi-award nomination biographical drama, Mank. mank earned ten Oscar® nominations and six Golden Globe Awards nominations.1940. Film studio RKO hires 24-year-old wunderkind Orson Welles under a contract that gives him full creative control of his movies. For his first film, he calls in washed-up alcoholic Herman J Mankiewicz to write the screenplay. That film is "Citizen Kane," and this is the story of how it was written.A Star is Born, co-written by Roth became a 2018 phenomenon. Director, co-writer and lead actor, Bradley Cooperand Lady Gagabrought steaming chemistry to our screens in a way that had been lacking. The film grossed twelve times its $36 million budget which is more than any of the other three versions of the musical romantic drama film.Seasoned musician Jackson Maine (Bradley Cooper) discovers, and falls in love with struggling artist Ally (Gaga). She has just about given up on her dream to make it big as a singer - until Jack coaxes her into the spotlight. But even as Ally's career takes off, the personal side of their relationship is breaking down, as Jack fights an ongoing battle with his own internal demons.A must mention amongst Roth's screenplays is the 2008 screenplay adaptation of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, starring Brad Pitt, Cate Blanchett, Academy winner Mahershala Aliand Taraji P. Henson.The film tells the story of Benjamin Button, a man who starts aging backward with consequences. I could go on and on, through the extensive list of incredible writing Eric Roth has given the world, but you can listen to our conversation to hear all about them. Even his Television writing and producing on shows like House of Cards, The Alienist, and the upcoming remake of the science fiction classic Dune, directed by Denis Villeneuve.I've been a fan of Eric's work since my days working at a video store. It was truly an honor to sit down and talk shop with a master of the craft.Enjoy my conversation with Eric Roth.
Crip Camp is a Peabody Award-winning documentary from Netflix and Higher Ground Productions that tells the story of Camp Jened, a summer camp in the 1960s where disabled youth could be themselves. The film follows several former campers who went on to be leaders of the Disability Rights Movement. Laura speaks with the directors and producers of Crip Camp about how they are using the film to advance the next step in the revolution: Disability Justice, a movement that centers the leadership of disabled queer, trans, Black, Indigenous, and people of color. If the inclusive culture of Camp Jened could help transform American society in the second half of the 20th century, what could a truly intersectional Disability Justice Movement change for us all today? Plus thoughts from Laura on interdependence. (note: legacy show, repost)Guests:Andraéa LaVant, Impact Producer & President, Chief Inclusion Officer of LaVant Consulting Inc.Jim LeBrecht, Co-Director Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution, Peabody Winner & Oscar Nominated Film, Co-Director of Crip CampNicole Newnham, Co-Director Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution, Peabody Winner & Oscar Nominated Film, Co-Director of Crip Camp We do not accept advertisements or government funding. We are independent movement media for the people, and funded by the people! Become a member by making a one time donation or make it a monthly contribution at https://LauraFlanders.org/donate
Your pop culture update: We are joined by the rhyme-nocerous himself, one half of Flight of the Conchords, Bret McKenzie! New Zealand's finest joins us to talk about making music with the Muppets and the Simpsons, and his debut solo album 'Songs Without Jokes'. Justin Quirk joins to chew on Hot Chip's new album, FREAKOUT/RELEASE and Bolton's answer to Black Mirror, Red Rose, out now on BBC Three. “I like the juxtaposition between sweet melodies, and saying the world is screwed.” - Bret McKenzie “Winning the Academy Award was the one night that Hollywood felt glamorous and not depressing.” - Bret McKenzie “FOTC was a student film production that just ended up on HBO.” - Bret McKenzie “The Simpsons is almost the fabric of television.” - Bret McKenzie “There's always something about Hot Chip that feels a bit like an academic exercise to me.” – Justin Quirk “Red Rose captured the duality between our lives online and our lives offline.” - Bret McKenzie Hear all the music on our rolling playlists. Spotify: https://bit.ly/CultBunk Tidal: https://tidal.com/browse/playlist/77075591-255c-47eb-9062-815c4dd469ef Presented and produced by Jelena Sofronijevic and Siân Pattenden. Audio production by Alex Rees. Theme music: ‘Bunker Theme (Juntos Mix)' by Kenny Dickinson. Co-produced by Jelena Sofronijevic. Group Editor: Andrew Harrison. The Culture Bunker is a Podmasters production. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's topic is staying together. Every love story is profoundly different and unique. And for those who don't find everlasting love, we head to the movies to be reminded that it is possible and does exist. Movies teach humanity and make us feel less alone. They lift us up and instill hope. And sometimes we need movies so we can momentarily forget our lives and have a good cry or laugh so hard we forget why we were crying in the first place! If you are a great actor – their words and story are believable, and it can be life-changing. And if that character prevails through extreme hardship, their impact can be even greater. Today's guest is Oscar-winning actor Chris Cooper and his wife Marianne Leone Cooper, who's also an actress and writer, and their love story is beyond beautiful! They've lived through the most difficult of times–enduring the loss of their only son Jesse. Yet somehow, they learned to continue on–put their gifts and pain into purpose, leading Chris to win an Academy Award and Golden Globe Award and Marianne to write the best-selling memoir "Knowing Jesse, A Mother's Story of Grief, Grace and Everyday Bliss," which honors their precious child. Surviving and thriving through all these experiences wouldn't be possible without their love for each other. I've watched Chris's Academy Award acceptance speech many times to remind myself that true love is real and doesn't only exist in the movies.Chris Cooper is an actor known for his Oscar-winning performance in Adaptation and roles in American Beauty, The Bourne Identity, Seabiscuit, Capote, A Time to Kill, and Breech, to name a few. His wife, Marianne Leone Cooper, is a writer and screenwriter. She's known for her published memoirs and essays. She's also an actress most recognized for playing the role of Christopher Moltisanti's mother on the Sopranos. I admire them so much and the love they share. Today they share their powerful story and what it takes to Stay Together! Kerry Brett, Chris Cooper, and Marianne Leone Cooper cover a lot of ground. Topics include;Having different personalities is a strength and can help balance difficult times.What being a team looks like within a relationship?Find someone who makes you laugh so hard that you lose it! Having fabulous humor is key and awfully important in staying together.The importance of leading your partner when the other is lost.Why being a team was survival during challenges.When experiencing loss, don't expect your partner to grieve the same way. You can't expect others to feel how you feel at all times. Practice patience, not resentment, and have empathy.Mutual respect and kindness are crucial, don't be kinder to your friends than the love of your life. And don't forget to say thank you – it goes a long way.
Da Couch Tomato Podcast Season 2 Episode 17, discussing Thor: Love and Thunder. Isa 'yung tipo ng pelikula na from the start pa lang ay sinasabi na "Don't take us too seriously". Nagustuhan namin ang girl power themes, especially kina King Valkyrie at Jane Foster a.k.a. Mighty Thor. Pinag-usapan din namin na tila walang exclusivity ang paglabas ng isang artista sa Marvel o DC movies, 'di tulad sa Pilipinas na ang Kapuso ay hindi pwede maging Kapamilya at vice versa. Sting Lacson's rating: 7.1/10 Rachel's rating: 7.2/10 Final rating: 7.15/10 Help our podcast and get up to 80% off on Lazada if you shop using this link: https://bit.ly/3p4Ur5K
Ahead of the premiere of his Neil Diamond tribute live show 'Solitary Man', aussie actor Hugh Sheridan drops by in the studio for a game of 'Guess The Celeb'... which celeb did he catch calling a bunch of 18-year-old girls 'hookers'?! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode we talked to writer director Anna Gutto about her experience making Paradise Highway with oscar winners Juliette Binoche and Morgan Freeman along with an incredible cast. Check out the written interview HERE. If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to subscribe to hear the upcoming ones!
ABOUT LEE GRANT (FROM TCM.COM)An attractive brunette with angular features, Lee Grant began her career as a child performer with NYC's Metropolitan Opera. By age 11, she had become a member of the American Ballet Theatre. After music studies at Juilliard, she won a scholarship to attend the Neighborhood Playhouse and switched her focus to acting. Grant understudied the role of Ado Annie in a touring production of "Oklahoma!" before landing her breakthrough stage role as a young shoplifter in Sidney Kingsley's "Detective Story" in 1949. Hollywood soon beckoned and she recreated the role in William Wyler's 1951 superb film version. Grant won the Cannes Film Festival Best Actress prize and earned a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination for the role. Seemingly on the verge of a brilliant career, the actress found herself the victim of the blacklist when her husband, playwright Arnold Manoff was named before the House Committee on Un-American Activities. Grant herself refused to testify and the film offers over the next decade were sporadic.Returning to Manhattan, Grant found work in TV (e.g., the daytime soap "Search for Tomorrow") and on stage (i.e., "A Hole in the Head" 1957; "Two for the Seesaw" 1959). After earning an OBIE Award for her work in Genet's "The Maids" in 1963, her small screen career began to pick up. In 1965, Grant joined the cast of the primetime soap "Peyton Place" as Stella Chernak and picked up an Emmy for her work. She earned a second statuette for her performance as a runaway wife and mother who ends up at a truck stop in California in "The Neon Ceiling" (NBC, 1971).By the time she had earned her second Emmy, Grant's feature career had been rejuvenated with her stellar work as the widow of a murder victim in Norman Jewison's Oscar-winning "In the Heat of the Night" (1967). That same year, she essayed a neurotic in the campy "Valley of the Dolls." In "The Landlord" (1970), she was the society matron mother of Beau Bridges and her comic portrayal earned her a second Oscar nomination as Best Supporting Actress. Grant then played the mother of all Jewish mothers, Sophie Portnoy, in Ernest Lehman's film version of Philip Roth's novel "Portnoy's Complaint" (1972). Hal Ashby's "Shampoo" (1975) finally brought her a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award as a Beverly Hills matron having an affair with her hairdresser. The following year, Grant received a fourth nomination for her deeply moving portrayal of a Jewish refugee in "Voyage of the Damned."Her subsequent screen roles have been of varying quality, although Grant always brings a professionalism and degree of excellence to even the smallest role. After striking out as a sitcom lead in the underrated "Fay" (NBC, 1975), she delivered a fine portrayal of First Lady Grace Coolidge in "Backstairs at the White House" (NBC, 1979), was the domineering mother of actress Frances Farmer in "Will There Really Be a Morning?" (CBS, 1983) and excelled as Dora Cohn, mother of "Roy Cohn" (HBO, 1992). On the big screen, Grant lent her substantial abilities to "Teachers" (1984) as a hard-nosed school superintendent, "Defending Your Life" (1991), as an elegant prosecutor sparring with adversary Rip Torn, and "It's My Party" (1996), as the mother of man suffering from complications from AIDS.While Grant has continued to act in features and on TV, she has concentrated more on her directing career since the 80s. After studying at the American Film Institute, she made the short "The Stronger" (1976) which eventually aired on Arts & Entertainment's "Shortstories" in 1988. Grant made her feature debut with "Tell Me a Riddle" (1980), an earnest, well-acted story of an elderly couple facing death. She has excelled in the documentary format, beginning with "The Wilmar 8" (1981), about strike by female bank employees in the Midwest. (Grant later directed a fictionalized account entitled "A Matter of Sex" for NBC in 1984). She steered Marlo Thomas to an Emmy in the fact-based "Nobody's Child" (CBS, 1986) and earned praise for helming "No Place Like Home" (CBS, 1989), a stark look at the effects of unemployment. A number of her documentaries have been screened as part of HBO's "America Undercover" series, including the Oscar-winning "Down and Out in America" (1985), about the unemployed, "What Sex Am I?" (1985), about transsexuals and transvestites, "Battered" (1989), about victims of domestic violence, and "Women on Trial" (1992), about mothers who turn to the courts to protect their children. In 1997, she produced, directed and hosted the well-received "Say It, Fight It, Cure It" (Lifetime) which focused on breast cancer survivors and their families.ABOUT KILLIAN AND THE COMEBACK KIDSIn August, film distributor Hope Runs High will release its latest feature film across VOD platforms - bringing the much-lauded "Killian & the Comeback Kids" to a national audience outside of its 30 city theatrical release. For composer-writer-director Taylor A. Purdee, "Killian & the Comeback Kids" is a passion project that has united a dynamic team of creatives both onscreen and off. Concurrently with digital release, the film's screenplay will be preserved by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' permanent archive.With the film's initial theatrical releases, Purdee became the youngest director in 2020 and 2021 to have a film playing in major American exhibition circuits. He is also the first bi-racial director-star of African American descent to have a film theatrically released in the United States in the 21st century.'Killian' is the story of a young mixed-race musician forced to return to his rural hometown, burdened by the expense of his college degree. A chance encounter with a childhood acquaintance takes his summer in a new direction as the pair enlist a rag-tag band of other struggling locals to play a music festival coming to their once-prosperous steel town. With youthful ambition and an unflagging passion for folk-rock, Killian and the band take a shot at uniting their divided community and setting the stage for their futures.Purdee discusses the film's resonance in the current moment. "Folk music has always represented three things: a lot of self-determination, social responsibility, and a DIY spirit that happens to run through most younger generations. In a moment where the culture seems increasingly divided, when higher education could be viewed as more of a corporate scheme than a ticket to prosperity, and when one-third of our young people remain suspended in an elongated adolescence, our view of professional and personal identity is worth reimagining."The film's music by Purdee and his The Cumberland Kids bandmate Liam Higgins garnered Oscar buzz, and Purdee's original screenplay will be preserved in The Academy's permanent archive. The film stars Taylor A. Purdee, Kassie DePaiva, Nathan Purdee, John Donchak, Shannon O'Boyle, Shane Andries, Emily Mest, Yael Elisheva, and Andrew O'Shanick, and features Maddi Jane and Academy Award-winner Lee Grant."With a cast built of new faces, street musicians, Broadway mainstays, daytime superstars, new media darlings, and a living legend of classic Hollywood, our disruptive star power is the perfect mixture for an unconventional film in unconventional times."SYNOPSIS: Killian & the Comeback Kids is the story of a young mixed race musician forced to return to his rural hometown after an expensive college degree. A chance encounter with a childhood acquaintance gives the summer new direction. Together they throw together a rag-tag band of other struggling locals for one shot to play a music festival coming to their once prosperous steel town. Armed with only folk-rock, Killian and the band hope to unite the community - - if just for one night. A little musical at the cross roads of small town America and a burgeoning youth culture only just beginning to find its voice.Here's the trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rI6n2nkk8V0
We're talking about Minutes 07-08 of The Muppet Christmas Carol, in which the song "Scrooge" concludes. With special guest Jarrod Fairclough! PLUS: Anthony tests our Oscar winner knowledge! Two Whatnots sound like Bert and/or Fozzie! Which part of the song is missing from the soundtrack album? Muppets learn how to use computers! Who is Mr. Curly-Twirly? And what is the Unanswerable Question of all musicals? Hosted by Anthony Strand & Ryan Roe Guest Jarrod Fairclough Produced & Edited by Ryan Roe Logo by Morgan Davy
We are talking about making documentary films in China with 2-time Oscar-winning, 4 time nominated Academy Award documentary film director, Malcolm Clarke. We are also joined by Han Yi, a Golden Horse-winning producer of documentary films. Malcolm is originally from the UK while Yi is from Chengdu, but both are currently living in Shanghai. Malcolm and Yi reside at Artefact Entertainment, and have collaborated on a number of recent films, including "Better Angels"; the mini-series, "A Long Cherished Dream", and most recently, the controversial, "Hong Kong Returns". Malcolm & Yi share both the joys and challenges of making documentaries in China, a genre growing more popular with the popularity of digital media. 1. How did you get into documentaries and how did you meet Malcolm? 2. "Better Angels" - the 2-month project that ended taking 6 years. 3. Successful documentaries are all about achieving the right timing 4. Making documentaries are way more difficult to make than fiction films 5. Documentaries are on the rise in China because they are now accepted by moviegoers 6. Moving beyond the movie theatre success matrix for documentaries in a world of digital 7. About "A Long Cherished Dream": stories about Chinese emerging from poverty 8. We don't make propaganda films 9. "Hong Kong Returns": 10 short films & why they did them 10. Short format films provide the right format and arena to convey documentaries 11. Future projects in the pipeline: "Drive Like a Girl" & the life and times of eccentric scientist, Joseph Needham 12. A/B Test: No spicy food, NYU, & Jack Ass
Today on the show I bring you one of the most influential and iconic filmmakers in the history of cinema, three-time Oscar® winner Oliver Stone. Throughout his legendary career, Oliver Stone has served as director, writer, and producer on a variety of films, documentaries, and television movies. His films have been nominated for forthy two Oscars® and have won twelve.I hope this conversation inspires filmmakers and screenwriters to never give up. Oliver struggled for years taking jobs as a production assistant, cab driver, office assistant, and any other gig he could find to help him survive while he was chasing his dream. He wrote and wrote, meeting his goal of one to two screenplays a year, no matter what. Never give up, never surrender. Enjoy my epic conversation with Oliver Stone.
We break our streak of ‘93 movies with our first ever big Oscar Winner from the 80s; ‘Platoon' the Oliver Stone war epic. Featured topics in this episode include: America's sweetheart Kevin Dillon, ensemble cast of dudes, squib failure, Oliver's real life takeaway from Vietnam, Tropic Thunder, and the most Entourage tangents of any Indecisive Opinions release to date! Coming next, a PART ONE of our THREE PART series on the ‘Jumanji' trilogy commences. The Robin Williams 90s blockbuster is up first. Stay tuned, and as always check out our music on BandCamp, Spotify, Apple Music, etc. & follow us on Instagram to stay up to date on all things Lürking Class.
Department headed make-up departments on over 40 films (Terminator, True Lies, The Scorpion King) plus over 300 episodes in television (Lost, Hawaii Five-0). Worked with Dwayne Johnson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis and Sylvester Stallone.
The last time we saw Marty direct for TV, it was 1986, and he was working for his good friend, and fellow Oscar-Winner, Steven Spielberg. Now we're in the era of prestige television, and no one adds prestige quite like Martin Scorsese. See what the Grouches think of the Knower-of-cinema taking on the pilot of HBO's "Boardwalk Empire".
Charleton Heston was a Hollywood icon, starring in great films like The Ten Commandments, Ben-Hur, Planet of the Apes, and Soylent Green (spoiler alert: it was people!). David Fantle and Tom Johnson are back to talk to Larry and Mike about their amazing interviews with Mr. Heston at his Los Angeles home!
Oscar® Winner Russell Carpenter A.S.C. - Shooting Blockbusters, Titanic & James CameronI can't tell you how excited I am about today's guest. I sat down with the legendary and Oscar® Winning Cinematographer Russell Carpenter A.S.C. Russell has been shooting blockbusters for over 40 years and has shot films like Ant-Man, xXx: Return of Xander Cage, Charlie's Angels, The Negotiator, True Lies, Monster-in-Law and classic 90's action flicks like Hard Target, The Perfect Weapon, and Death Warrant.He won the Oscar® for his cinematography on the second highest-grossing film of all time, Titanic. We go down the rabbit hole on shooting Titanic, working with James Cameron, crazy Hollywood stories, how he approaches each project and much more. This episode is a treasure chest of behind the scenes stories and cinematic techniques from the highest levels of Hollywood.Get ready to be entertained and have your mind blown. Enjoy my epic conversation with Russell Carpenter A.S.C.
Composer and pianist BLKBOK joins me to talk about his spark, the film Green Book.BLKBOK is a neo-classical musician and there are many parallels between his career and that of Dr. Don Shirley, the subject of Green Book. We tackle lots of questions surrounding the intersection between music and the racist history of America: How does the traditional classical music establishment treat Black musicians? Can all forms of music cut across racial and socioeconomic barriers? Can classical music reach younger, more diverse audiences?Links:BLKBOKGreen Book
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In which we finally come out as big John Cena fangirls, Ritzy watches The Great and loves The Gilded Age, and we talk about That Oscar Show. Come along! Recorded via Skype = Palm Springs + Baker City OR on 4.1.22 Murs is a Cena fan, too.Check out WTYM EP 23 with Oscar Winner (!!) Joseph Jazzbo Patel! It's a great listen.
Is National Velvet the best sports movie you've never heard of? Do yourself a favor and seek it out. Brad and Sean did. And Brad decided to record this episode with a tin can and a string. If you can get past the terrible audio from Brad, you can hear them talk about the strange character names in this movie, people's weird love of horses, and how many jockeys and horses possibly died during the climatic race scene. Would you ride the Pie? Next movie: 1979s North Dallas FortyNorth Dallas Forty is streaming on HBO MAX but I bet your local library has it too...Support the show
This year's Academy Awards ceremony was nothing if not surprising. You could even call it, if you will, an about-face that rocked the Oscars, where the most powerful statement was made not with words, but with hands. I'm referring, of course, to Troy Kotsur's acceptance of Best Supporting Actor as the first Deaf man to win an Oscar. Director Siân Heder's film about a child of deaf adults, her family, and her love of music also took home the statues for Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay. The Apple TV+ produced film also made history as the first movie from a streaming service to win Best Picture. Now we're talking CODA, and we don't care who hears us! For more geeky podcasts visit GonnaGeek.com You can find us on iTunes under ''Legends Podcast''. Please subscribe and give us a positive review. You can also follow us on Twitter @LegendsPodcast or even better, send us an e-mail: LegendsPodcastS@gmail.com You can find all our contact information here on the Network page of GonnaGeek.com Our complete archive is always available at www.legendspodcast.com, www.legendspodcast.libsyn.com
Kyle And Jackie O Open, My Child Will Be Named Megatron, Headlines True or False, Man signs girlfriend up for etiquette class, Do Oscar Winners Live Longer, Have You Eaten These Following Southern Foods, Yes, Machine Gun Kelly & Megan Fox. More at www.CooperandAnthony.com
Viola Davis stops by Studio 1A to chat about her new book "Finding Me: A Memoir". Plus, in TODAY food, chef Matt Abdoo is here to cook up ribs and street corn. And, Chassie Post shares some unique picks to make mom feel extra special this Mother's Day.
A fantastic ensemble cast of past and future Oscar Winners leads your four favorite movie fans into a discussion about film and the conversations around it. The space between online film criticism and general audiences lends itself to a great episode we'd love to hear your thoughts on. Press Play & Join us!! Much love, The Cinephiles. ~~New Episodes Every Monday~~ Twitter & IG: @CinephileAttack
RULE OF TWO IRL - Today we bring you Part 4 interview with Dennis Muren. Dennis has worked on so many films including Star wars 4, 5, 6 and 1, 2, Terminator, Jurassic Park and has worked with many of the greats such as George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, James Cameron and so many others. He was a pioneer at ILM with George Lucas and helmed the first 3 Star Wars movies VFX. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
RULE OF TWO IRL - Today we bring you Part 2 interview with Dennis Muren. Dennis has worked on so many films including Star wars 4, 5, 6 and 1, 2, Terminator, Jurassic Park and has worked with many of the greats such as George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, James Cameron and so many others. He was a pioneer at ILM with George Lucas and helmed the first 3 Star Wars movies VFX. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
RULE OF TWO IRL - Today we bring you Part 3 interview with Dennis Muren. Dennis has worked on so many films including Star wars 4, 5, 6 and 1, 2, Terminator, Jurassic Park and has worked with many of the greats such as George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, James Cameron and so many others. He was a pioneer at ILM with George Lucas and helmed the first 3 Star Wars movies VFX. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
RULE OF TWO IRL - Today we bring you Part 1 interview with Dennis Muren. Dennis has worked on so many films including Star wars 4, 5, 6 and 1, 2, Terminator, Jurassic Park and has worked with many of the greats such as George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, James Cameron and so many others. He was a pioneer at ILM with George Lucas and helmed the first 3 Star Wars movies VFX. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Last episode we talked about the nominees for the 2022 Academy Awards, so it's only fitting we get the team back together to discuss who walked away with Oscar statues. And yes, they chat about the slap. Roundtable led by Zinn Rogers. Hosted by Jack Robbins. Music by Kendrick Whiteman. Alaska Teen Media Institute is based in Anchorage, Alaska. We would like to acknowledge the Dena'ina people, whose land we work on. Many thanks to supporters of our podcast, including Alaska State Council on the Arts. The views expressed in this program do not necessarily represent the views of our sponsors.
Academy Award-Winner Shaquille O'Neal (you heard that right), reflects on what it meant for 'Queen of Basketball' to win the Oscar for best short subject documentary. The crew weighs in on the slap heard around the world, Coach K's Final Four Finale, the Lakers looming future and more. Nischelle quizzes the two love professionals on date dos and don'ts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this week's ATTITUDES! Erin speaks on Kentanji Brown Jackson and the Supreme Court confirmation hearings, and the GOP treatment. Erin also speaks on a Missouri lawmaker rep Mary Elizabeth Coleman is seeking to stop residents from obtaining abortions out of state. Bryan speaks on a Nebraska Republican lawmaker publicly cited a rumor alleging that schools are placing litter boxes in school bathrooms to accommodate children who self-identify as cats. All this plus Oscar Winners, dick parasites, and swamp bottoms. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Academy Awards have been hit hard with low ratings lately, which has been quite a blow to Hollywood's ego. However, this year's Oscars clapped back and scored the second-lowest viewership ever! They think they deserve a pat on the back (or face), but we're going to critique how the ceremony went, even when things went out of whack. Joel, Kent, and Zack are going to attack their predictions from the past and punch up this dry BaconBit with a little bit of humor and some smack talk. We're going to strike every award category and announce each winner, along with the winner among Baconsale hosts, and the winner of our 94th Academy Award listener ballot bash. Press play to become a vessel of love.
It's A Good Day To Talk About The 2022 Oscar Winners! We are joined by friend of the program, and recurring guest, Khari, to discuss everything that happened at the 94th Academy Awards. New episodes of our show release every Friday, with bonus episodes releasing every Wednesday or Thursday. Follow GDT on Instagram for video snippets: https://www.instagram.com/gooddaytopod/?hl=en (@GoodDayToPod) Follow GDT on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoodDayToPod (@GoodDayToPod) Follow GDT on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GDTPodcast (@GDTPodcast)
Last week, Jayme Alilaw joined Garrett to outline her journey to, away from, and back to opera. She returns this week to offer a break down of activism in opera spaces, advice on traversing tokenization, and a call to action for people not yet engaged by "classical" institutions. Garrett and Scott conclude Women's History Month with music performed by Leontyne Price and Nathalie Joachim, and the guys offer their opinions to the recent Oscar scandal. Playlist: Nina Simone - "To Be Young, Gifted and Black" Beyonce - "Be Alive" The Temptations - "My Girl" Antonín Dvořák - "Song to the Moon" (perf. Leontyne Price: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibuMjbmNB0c) Nathalie Joachim & Spektral Quartet - "Papa Loko" Black Opera Alliance Gala Part I: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edkCLsu79JI Black Opera Alliance Gala Part II: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIx64SF3mqY Maria Isa- "Lowrider Mamis" More: Respectability Politics: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Respectability_politics Downbeat (Ted Cruz Questions Ketanji Brown Jackson): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9lxFfOgFtM Older, Gifted and Black: https://www.theguardian.com/music/2022/mar/24/older-gifted-and-black-the-british-musicians-getting-better-with-age 2022 Oscar Winners: https://ew.com/awards/oscars/2022-oscars-winners-list/ Aesthetic Violence and Misogynoir Against Jada Pinkett Smith: https://htnewz.com/aesthetic-violence-and-misogynoir-against-jada-pinkett-smith/ Questlove Wins for "Summer of Soul": https://www.inquirer.com/news/ahmir-questlove-thompson-wins-best-documentary-feature-oscar-awards-2022-20220327.html
One of the most moving moments from Sunday's Oscars ceremony was the award for best supporting actor to Troy Kotsur, making him the first male deaf actor to win an Oscar Award. The film he appeared in, "CODA," was also named best picture. Jeffrey Brown has our look for our arts and culture series, "CANVAS." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Pt. 4 Oscar special with co-host Charlie Campanga and Eric Basta from Sound winner Formosa Group for Best sound for Dune. Charlie is a Academy member and goes over each movie up for an Oscar so you can decide which movie you'd like to watch. Poignant reviews of all the nominated movies: Blefast, Dune, Coda, Drive My Car, Westside Story, The Power of the Dog, Licorice Pizza, King Richard etc. Hilarious episode with sound effects by Formosa Group sound recordists make this special amazing! Enjoy. Thank you for listening and supporting the podcast :) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sneakies or https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/anonymouscontent, https://enchantedbooks.godaddysites.com/ Other awesome podcasts: Girl's Guide To Investing, Enchanting Book Readings (Top 1%), Thrilling Stories and "Ghostly Stories & Strange Things." Please Subscribe to our YouTube:) https://www.youtube.com/user/Fellinijr/videos Subscribe & Support ;) https://tinyurl.com/5h6xkwp9 Zombie Diaries: https://youtu.be/tBmgi3k6r9A Buy our books :) Young Adult wizard book series: "Margaret Merlin's Journal" by A. A. Banks at Amazon! :) Margaret Merlin's Journal ~The Battle of the Black Witch ~Book I https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Battle-Black-ebook/dp/B01634G3CK Margaret Merlin's Journal ~ Unleashing the Dark One ~Book II Science fiction action adventure https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Unleashing-Dark-ebook/dp/B01J78YH6I Margaret Merlin's Journal ~ The Mask of the Parallel World ~Book III An Adventure in Italy https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Parallel-World-ebook/dp/B01KUGIZ8W/ Margaret Merlin's Journal ~The Quest for the Golden Key ~Book IV https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Quest-Golden-ebook/dp/B076FTTDQN Children's Books at Amazon: Jack the Bear and Golden Hair by Sir Herbert Sneakies Skip Boots Big Safari Adventure by Sir Herbert Sneakies Adventures of Mooch the Pooch by Sir Herbert Sneakies Blueber Goober the Monster In My Closet! by Sir Herbert Sneakies https://www.instagram.com/margaretmerlinsjournal/ TikTok: Sneakies Instagram: marylinartist If you would like to be a guest on the show email: jobsmh(@)live.com If you would like to sponsor the show email: mystuffmah(@)gmail.com Thank you for listening. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/filmaddicts/support
Pt. 5 Oscar special: Hosts Charlie & Eric Basta from Formosa Group Best Sound for Dune!* Reviews of Screenplay Nominee's and original screenplays: Skyfall, Belfast, Dune, The Worst Person in the World, King Richard, Don't Look Up, Licorice Pizza etc. Thank you for listening and supporting the podcast :) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sneakies or https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/anonymouscontent, https://enchantedbooks.godaddysites.com/ Other awesome podcasts: Girl's Guide To Investing, Enchanting Book Readings (Top 1%), Thrilling Stories and "Ghostly Stories & Strange Things." Please Subscribe to our YouTube:) https://www.youtube.com/user/Fellinijr/videos Subscribe & Support ;) https://tinyurl.com/5h6xkwp9 Follow ;) TikTok: sneakies Instagram: marylinartist Zombie Diaries: https://youtu.be/tBmgi3k6r9A Buy our books :) Young Adult wizard book series: "Margaret Merlin's Journal" by A. A. Banks at Amazon! :) Margaret Merlin's Journal ~The Battle of the Black Witch ~Book I https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Battle-Black-ebook/dp/B01634G3CK Margaret Merlin's Journal ~ Unleashing the Dark One ~Book II Science fiction action adventure https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Unleashing-Dark-ebook/dp/B01J78YH6I Margaret Merlin's Journal ~ The Mask of the Parallel World ~Book III An Adventure in Italy https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Parallel-World-ebook/dp/B01KUGIZ8W/ Margaret Merlin's Journal ~The Quest for the Golden Key ~Book IV https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Quest-Golden-ebook/dp/B076FTTDQN Children's Books at Amazon: Jack the Bear and Golden Hair by Sir Herbert Sneakies Skip Boots Big Safari Adventure by Sir Herbert Sneakies Adventures of Mooch the Pooch by Sir Herbert Sneakies Blueber Goober the Monster In My Closet! by Sir Herbert Sneakies https://www.instagram.com/margaretmerlinsjournal/ TikTok: Sneakies Instagram: marylinartist If you would like to be a guest on the show email: jobsmh(@)live.com If you would like to sponsor the show email: mystuffmah(@)gmail.com Thank you for listening. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/filmaddicts/support
With the Oscars right around the corner, Chris Ryan joins Sean and Amanda to draft their favorite Oscar winners from the 1990s (1:00). Then, Sean is joined by ‘Drive My Car' writer-director Ryusuke Hamaguchi to discuss his Oscar-nominated film (1:13:00). Hosts: Sean Fennessey and Amanda Dobbins Guest: Chris Ryan and Ryusuke Hamaguchi Producer: Bobby Wagner Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Who loves subtitle movies? Well Bobby Slayton (@pitbullofcomedy) sure hated a recent Oscar winner that has subtitles and that film is Parasite. The story of a grifting South Korean that folds pizza boxes irks Bobby so much that he had to come on (taped back at the start of quarantine!) to explain why the Oscars got this wrong. @KevinGootee and @KevinIsrael_NJ are ASTOUNDED (no hyperbole, it's a first that occurs on this podcast) when Bobby drops a certain piece of knowledge in his argument. Do the Kevins put down the pitbull of comedy's argument like a stray? Did you get your tickets for the next GTSC live show yet? That's right, come join us on 3/26/22 at the Kerasotes Movie Theater in Secaucus, NJ. 2 of our favorite gutters return; Bill Schulz and Joanne Nosuchinsky from Compound Media, to attempt to downsize the corporate America satire, Office Space. That's right, the Mornin' show duo wants to bash the skull of this film with a certain stapler. Come out and see how the fudge is packed. Tickets can be found at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gutting-the-sacred-cow-live-podcast-and-movie-tickets-266494962607 and we have a promo code for you. But we're going to make you guess the promo code with this hint: it's a phrase we always say! Type that phrase in with no spaces!Check out our sponsor, www.athelticgreens.com/gtsc Then, you'll get 5 travel packs along with a year's supply of Vitamin D for FREE. And it helps us out in the long run!And a new sponsor joining us this week, Hydronique Hyrdration. Check them out at www.hydroniquehydration.com or at Amazon where they're offering a discount code at checkoutDon't forget, you can find us on all podcasts platforms: apple iTunes, Spotify, google, spreaker, stitcher, iheartradio, castbox. You name it and we're on it! And you can also see our handsome yet smug faces on Youtube as well. https://guttingthesacredcow.com/where-to-listen-see-us/ Hello to our new friends! We love it when you click "subscribe", like us on social media, and most importantly when you tell your friends/family about our podcast. Looking to sell your product, advertise your services, or raise brand awareness? We'd love to help you and we can be reached at email@example.comThank you ALL for continually shouting us out on social media, we love when you do that as well as leave us those 5 star rating and 2-3 sentence reviews. Guttingthesacredcow.com is where you find us every day giving YOU those movie quotes, movies news, THAT DOESN'T HAPPEN, and more! We're now doing over blogs, video style, at Patreon now: patreon.com/guttingthesacredcow Social media for the gang: @KevinGootee on Twitter, FB, IG. www.kevingootee.com@kevinisrael_NJ on twitter, FB, @Kevin_israel_comedy on IG www.kevinisrael.com @conlin_lauren