Canadian actress, film director and screenwriter
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Sheila McCarthy's résumé truly reads like an adventure book with twists, turns and surprises that makes her one of the most versatile and unique artists in our community. From playing a maid in The Littlest Hobo to her profound performance as Greta Loewen in Sarah Polley's Oscar award winning movie Women Talking, her command of the screen is unlike any other - and really makes Naomi and Amanda wonder why she doesn't yet have the Order of Canada. Despite her prolific career, even Sheila has experienced moments of doubt and fear. She shares how jumping around various mediums and always reinventing herself has helped her push through. That, plus a memory of Liza Minelli peeking behind the camera and giving her some magical advice that she's held on to ever since. Catch this inspiring and motivating discussion with one of our industries best of the best.
CW: This episode delves into the coercion, harassment, and sexual assaults committed by Harvey Weinstein throughout his career. If you wish to skip this portion of the episode, coverage starts at timecode 30:54 and ends at timecode 1:01:09. Further warning for sexism. We continue our deconstruction of Joe Esterhaz's An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn, the winner of the 19th Annual Golden Raspberry for Worst Picture! We learn the history of the use of the Alan Smithee pseudonym for directors, cover Esterhaz's overall demeanor and public perception, and (unfortunately) shine a light on the awful deeds of Harvey Weinstein (who is in this damn movie for some reason), and attempt to fix this thoroughly flawed and confused mockumentary. Podcast Plugged In This Episode: Making a Martini (@MartiniMaking on Twitter) Stuff mentioned in this episode: Paul Verhoeven, Showgirls, #MeToo, Rose McGowan, Mel Gibson, the Directors' Guild of America (DGA), Death of a Gunfighter, Robert Totten, Don Siegel, Robert Smith, The Simpsons, kayfabe, Mick Foley, Gone With The Wind, The Birds 2, National Lampoon's Senior Trip, The Twilight Zone, Vic Morrow, Alfred Hitchcock, David Lynch, Dune, Judas Iscariot, John Wilkes Booth, Denis Villeneuve, Bruce Campbell, Sam Raimi, Ivan Raimi, Bill Cosby, The Cosby Show, Daredevil, D. G. Chichester, Metal Gear Solid 4, Hideo Kojima, Ronan Farrow, The New Yorker, Gwenyth Paltrow, Brad Pitt, The 400 Blows, Shakespeare In Love, Elizabeth, Life Is Beautiful, The Thin Red Line, Saving Private Ryan, Lucia Evans, Asia Argento, Florence Pugh, Midsommar, Mira Sorvino, Emily Nestor, Miramax, The Weinstein Company, Amy Adams, Emma de Caunes, Ambra Battilana Gutierrez, Silvio Berlusconi, Roger Ailes, Bill O'Reilly, Hannibal Burress, Rian Johnson, Kate Beckinsale, Rosanna Arquette, Helena Bonham Carter, Daryl Hannah, Eva Green, Heather Graham, Angelina Jolie, Ashley Judd, Sarah Polley, Lupita Nyong'o, Madonna, Sean Young, Uma Thurman, Forest Whitaker, Charlie Kaufman, WGA Strike, Adam Scott, Hellraiser: Bloodlines, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Dan Aykroyd, Dragnet, David Duchovny, John Candy, Rick Moranis, Kyle McLachlan, Rosie Perez --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/derazzled/support
We spend some time with Canadian national treasure Sarah Polley as she digs into her family's past in her documentary: Stories We Tell. We also chat about Del Toro's Pinocchio, I Don't Feel At Home In This World Anymore and Operation Fortune: Ruse De Guerre.
Summary: "I am the somebody." This week we're talking about '70's rock and the epically long television series Daisy Jones and The Six. Also discussed: returning to Wordle, reverse-aging, and Louise Burns' new album Element. Show notes: Sarah Polley was nearly Penny Lane and more hot goss from the 'Almost Famous' podcast (ETalk) Recommendations: Lisa: Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia (book) Andrea G.: Louise Burns, Element (music) Andrea W.: Top Chef, World All-Stars (Netflix) Music credits "Electrodoodle" by Kevin MacLeod From: incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Theme song "Pyro Flow" by Kevin Macleod From: incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License "A1 Rogue" by Podington Bear From: Free Music Archive Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Pop This! Links: Pop This! on TumblrPop This! on iTunes (please consider reviewing and rating us!) Pop This! on Stitcher (please consider reviewing and rating us!) Pop This! on Google PlayPop This! on TuneIn radioPop This! on TwitterPop This! on Instagram Logo design by Samantha Smith Intro voiced by Morgan Brayton Pop This! is a podcast featuring three women talking about pop culture. Lisa Christiansen is a broadcaster, journalist and longtime metal head. Andrea Warner is a music critic, author and former horoscopes columnist. Andrea Gin is a producer and an avid figure skating fan. Press play and come hang out with your new best friends. Pop This! podcast is produced by Andrea Gin.
Women Talking is a 2022 drama film written and directed by Sarah Polley. It is based on the Canadian 2018 novel of the same name by Miriam Toews, and inspired by the gas-facilitated rapes that occurred at the Manitoba Colony, a remote and isolated Mennonite community in Bolivia. It features an ensemble cast that includes Oscar-Winning actresses, Rooney Mara , Claire Foy (young “Queen Elizabeth” in Seasons 1 & 2 of Netflix's The Crown), Jessie Buckley, Judith Ivey, Ben Whishaw, and Frances McDormand, who also served as a producer on the film. Women Talking premiered at the 49th Telluride Film Festival on September 2, 2022, and was released in the United States via select theaters on December 23, 2022, before a wide release on January 27, 2023, by United Artists Releasing. The film received positive reviews from critics, who lauded Polley's screenplay and direction, the performances of the cast (particularly of Foy, Buckley, and Whishaw) and score. It was named one of the top ten films of 2022 by the National Board of Review and the American Film Institute, won Best Adapted Screenplay at the 28th Critics' Choice Awards, 75th Writers Guild of America Awards, and the 95th Academy Awards, where it was also nominated for Best Picture. In this episode, I take you behind-the-scenes at Tiff (Toronto International Film Festival) 2022 to share with you more about the film, the various ways the women in the film deal with rape & their Mennonite culture in a riveting Q & Q with Polley and the cast minus Frances McDormand who was not in attendance.
Mamileiros e mamiletes, o que inspira o Mamilos Cultura dessa semana é o filme Entre Mulheres. Baseado no livro homônimo de Miriam Toews, Entre Mulheres acompanha um grupo de mulheres de uma comunidade religiosa do interior dos Estados Unidos, enquanto elas discutem o caminho que irão tomar depois de descobrirem que estão sendo abusadas pelos homens da comunidade. O longa é dirigido por Sarah Polley e recebeu duas indicações ao Oscar 2023, de melhor filme e roteiro adaptado. Aperta o play e vamos juntos! _____ FALE CONOSCO . Email: email@example.com _____ CONTRIBUA COM O MAMILOS Quem apoia o Mamilos ajuda a manter o podcast no ar e ainda participa do nosso grupo especial no Telegram. É só R$9,90 por mês! Quem assina não abre mão. https://www.catarse.me/mamilos _____ Equipe Mamilos Mamilos é uma produção do B9 A apresentação é de Cris Bartis e Ju Wallauer. Pra ouvir todos episódios, assine nosso feed ou acesse mamilos.b9.com.br Quem coordenou essa produção foi Beatriz Souza. Com a estrutura de pauta e roteiro escrito por Cris Bartis e Ju Wallauer. A edição foi de Mariana Leão e as trilhas sonoras, de Angie Lopez. A coordenação digital é feita por Agê Barros. O B9 tem direção executiva de Cris Bartis, Ju Wallauer e Carlos Merigo. O atendimento e negócios é feito por Telma Zenaro.
Directed by (now Oscar-winner) Sarah Polley, WOMEN TALKING tells the powerful story of the women of a Mennonite community where male toxicity and abuse have been running rampant. Finally, the women gather to discuss their options to stop their attackers and rescue future generations of young women from experiencing the same violence.This week, Julie Levac leads a team of tremendous women (Jolie Featherstone, Catherine Erskine & Miriam Ibrahim) to discuss issues of empowerment, forced forgiveness and what makes a good man.
Sarah Polley continues to wow us this week with her feature film debut as writer and director, 2006's “Away From Her.” Much like “Women Talking,” it's no easy breezy airplane movie, but sometimes you just want to be a little devastated. Oscar nominated Julie Christie glows as Fiona, whose developing Alzheimer's renders her husband Grant a stranger and sends her into the arms of Worst Supporting Aubrey. Grant finds tough love from Nurse Kristy and a trauma bond with Aubrey's wife, podcast alum Olympia Dukakis. Plus: the mom from The Good Son, Flo taking her tea for a walk, face journeys, cigarette acting, and a particularly ugly baby. Join us for The Best Supporting Aftershow, the complete season 1 recap of "SMASH" and early access to main episodes on Patreon: www.patreon.com/bsapod Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @bsapod Colin Drucker - Instagram: @colindrucker_ Nick Kochanov - Instagram: @nickkochanov
Gwyneth Paltrow found not liable in ski crash. Sarah Polley trolled hard by her own kid for April Fools day. Drake samples Kim Kardashian in new song. UFC merges with WWE. How the future will look in 2050.
This week, the MennoBrarians discuss the Oscar winning movie adaptation of Women Talking (tho we did not yet know at the time we recorded that it would win!). Women Talking was written by Sarah Polley, who won an Oscar for Best Adaptation. We covered the book Women Talking by Canadian Mennonite author Miriam Toews in our last episode, season 4 episode 13. Tune in for discussions on differences between the book and the film, our favorite moments in the movie, and which we liked best. Content warning: Women Talking, while fiction, is based on true stories of sexual assault and rape perpetrated against members (primarily women & children) of the Manitoba Mennonite Old Colony community. While not discussed graphically, references to rape, sexual assault, and suicidal ideation are made throughout this episode. Other Reviews of Women Talking (book & movie)Women Talking: A Displaced Act of Female Imagination, Rebecca JanzenWomen Talking: Review, William LoewenWhat the film Women Talking loses (and preserves) from the 2018 novel, Alissa Wilkinson (Vox)For more information about the true story Women Talking is based on: The Ghost Rapes of Bolivia (Vice) A Time follow up piece to the Vice article. Bolivian Mennonite rape victims update (from a Canadian Mennonite pastor/former Bolivian Mennonite Central Committee worker) The Mennonite Rapes: A trial Tears apart a religious community (WWRN)For more information, and first-hand accounts from sexual assault survivors in Mennonite, Amish, and Anabaptist communities and contexts: The Plain People's Podcast https://theplainpeoplespodcast.libsyn.com/ Plain Rainbows / the Misfit Amish: https://www.themisfitamish.com/plain-rainbows Into Account: https://intoaccount.org/ Our Stories Untold https://www.ourstoriesuntold.com/about/ We always love hearing from listeners! You can reach us at plainwrongpod at gmail.com, or on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. If you want to help support the podcast financially, please consider joining our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/plainwrongpod or buying merch at TeePublic Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/plainwrongpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/plainwrongpod/ Website: http://plainwrongpod.com/ “Just Plain Wrong” is produced, written and edited by Erin Milanese, Abby Nafziger and Matilda Yoder. Our intro music is played by Erin, and the outro by Miriam Augsburger. Both are "arrangements" of the Doxology from the Mennonite Hymnal. Logo design by Ida Yoder Short. Canva design (used for Social Media posts in Season 4 and following) by Abigail Adams.
2012 feels like a completely different time for movies. The Avengers were just getting together, The Dark Knight Rises actually tried to end a superhero's story and people were still hungry for some Hunger Games. Now over a decade later, Double Edged Double Bill is taking a look at two of 2012's other cinematic offerings. First, John Cusack dawns a not-quite Baltimore accent to portray Edgar Allan Poe on the hunt for a murderous fanboy in The Raven! Then, Sarah Polley hopes to find out her origins and true familial connections in Stories We Tell! Together, our duo answers the crucial questions. What type of vegetable shaped head is needed to play a famous American poet? How does perspective shape the legacy of a person? Which two films will they cover on next week's episode all about the films Roger Ebert loved and hated most? Well, pause your old home movies and take thy beak from out that heart so you can listen to find out! Subscribe to our Patreon for $1 a month to get bonus podcasts & polls to choose episode topics and films we cover! patreon.com/dedbpod Follow the show on social media (Instagram, Twitter & Facebook) via @dedbpod! Send feedback to email@example.com! Subscribe and rate us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher & Podbean! Our artwork is provided by the amazing Christian Thor Lally!
2012 feels like a completely different time for movies. The Avengers were just getting together, The Dark Knight Rises actually tried to end a superhero's story and people were still hungry for some Hunger Games. Now over a decade later, Double Edged Double Bill is taking a look at two of 2012's other cinematic offerings. First, John Cusack dawns a not-quite Baltimore accent to portray Edgar Allan Poe on the hunt for a murderous fanboy in The Raven! Then, Sarah Polley hopes to find out her origins and true familial connections in Stories We Tell! Together, our duo answers the crucial questions. What type of vegetable shaped head is needed to play a famous American poet? How does perspective shape the legacy of a person? Which two films will they cover on next week's episode all about the films Roger Ebert loved and hated most? Well, pause your old home movies and take thy beak from out that heart so you can listen to find out! Subscribe to our Patreon for $1 a month to get bonus podcasts & polls to choose episode topics and films we cover! Follow the show on social media (Instagram, Twitter & Facebook) via @dedbpod! Send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org! Subscribe and rate us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher & Podbean! Our artwork is provided by the amazing Christian Thor Lally! We're a proud member of the Talk Film Society Podcast Network!
Nesse podcast, conversamos sobre Entre Mulheres (Women Talking, 2022) escrito e dirigido por Sarah Polley, adaptado do livro Miriam Toews e vencedor do Oscar de Melhor Roteiro Adaptado. O filme conta a história de um grupo de mulheres em uma comunidade religiosa que precisa decidir como agir em relação às violências impingidas por homens do local. Comentamos sobre o sentido de pertencimento, as questões feministas que perpassam a narrativa e a mise-en-scène proposta pela cineasta. O programa é apresentado por Camila Vieira e Yasmine Evaristo. Feedback: email@example.com Mais informações: https://feitoporelas.com.br/feito-por-elas-185-entre-mulheres Feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org Pesquisa, pauta e roteiro: Camila Vieira e Yasmine Evaristo Produção do programa e arte da capa: Isabel Wittmann Edição: Domenica Mendes Vinheta: Felipe Ayres Locução da vinheta: Deborah Garcia (email@example.com) Música de encerramento: Bad Ideas - Silent Film Dark de Kevin MacLeod está licenciada sob uma licença Creative Commons Attribution (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Origem: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100489 Artista: http://incompetech.com/ Agradecimento: Carolina Ronconi, Leticia Santinon, Lorena Luz, Isadora Oliveira Prata, Helga Dornelas, Larissa Lisboa, Tiago Maia e Pedro dal Bó Assine nosso financiamento coletivo: https://orelo.cc/feitoporelas/apoios Links patrocinados (Como associado da Amazon, recebemos por compras qualificadas): [LIVRO] Cinema Soviético de Mulheres https://amzn.to/3lnC37b [LIVRO] Mulheres Atrás das Câmeras- As cineastas brasileiras de 1930 a 2018 https://amzn.to/3AC6wnl [LIVRO] Mulheres e Caça as Bruxas https://amzn.to/3nlB2iU [LIVRO] A Criação do Patriarcado https://amzn.to/3nwrJwP Mencionados: [FILME] Entre Mulheres (Women Talking, 2022), dir. Sarah Polley [FILME] Ela Disse (She Said, 2022), dir. Maria Schrader [FILME] A Mulher Rei (The Woman King, 2022), Dir. Gina Prince-Bythewwod [FILME] 12 Homens e Uma Sentença (12 Angry Men, 1957), Dir. Sidney Lumet [LIVRO] Mulheres e Caça as Bruxas, de Silvia Federici [LIVRO] A Criação do Patriarcado, de Gerda Lerner [SÉRIE] House of Hammer: Segredos de Família (House of Hammer, 2022), Dir. Elli Hakami, Julian P. Hobbs Relacionados: [PODCAST] Feito por Elas #28 Sarah Polley https://feitoporelas.com.br/feito-por-elas-28-sarah-polley/ [PODCAST] Feito por Elas #183 Ela Disse https://feitoporelas.com.br/feito-por-elas-183-ela-disse/ [PODCAST] Feito Por Elas #181 A Mulher Rei https://feitoporelas.com.br/feito-por-elas-181-a-mulher-rei/
Actor Sheila McCarthy (Women Talking, I've Heard the Mermaids Singing) on working with Sarah Polley, meeting Robin Williams, and the best acting advice she's ever received. Plus, comedian Vir Das (37:35) opens up about being labeled a ‘terrorist,' turning criticism into comedy, and holding onto love during moments of hate.
We have nothing but good things to say about Sarah Polley's Oscar winning "Women Talking." Her impeccably written screenplay is brought to life by an ensemble that includes Claire Foy, Jessie Buckley, Rooney Mara, Judith Ivey, and of course one of our favorite BSA's on this podcast, "Stepping Out" and "House Arrest" scene stealer Sheila McCarthy. We get a brief cameo from the indomitable Frank, a heartbreaking Ben Wishaw as Best Supporting August, Ruth and Cheryl as two very important horses, some interesting parallels to the movie "She Said," and have we mentioned Sheila McCarthy, once again stealing a movie and our hearts? What more can we say, "Women Talking" deserves your attention. Join us for The Best Supporting Aftershow, the complete season 1 recap of "SMASH" and early access to main episodes on Patreon: www.patreon.com/bsapod Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @bsapod Colin Drucker - Instagram: @colindrucker_ Nick Kochanov - Instagram: @nickkochanov
[REBROADCAST FROM January 9, 2023] The celebrated novel, Women Talking, by Miriam Toews, follows an isolated community of Mennonite women who must decide what to do after learning they had been suffering sexual attacks by men within the commune. Writer and director Sarah Polley joins us to discuss adapting the novel for the big screen. We are also joined by actor Jessie Buckley, who stars in the film as Mariche, a woman skeptical that leaving the community is the right thing to do. This segment is guest-hosted by Kerry Nolan.
Chandler Levack discusses her beautiful, funny directorial debut, I Like Movies, Toronto life and her family history, being a film critic and a filmmaker, teenage angst and anticipation, narrative autobiography, I Like Movies' remarkable cast and acclaim, misogyny in popular culture, regionalism and Canadian storytelling, support from Sarah Polley, exciting future plans, and much more. Supported by you on Patreon, Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, Planet Bean Coffee, and Grandad's Donuts. Support Y.E.S.S. and Black Women United YEG. Follow vish online.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/kreative-kontrol. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
A Thing or Two with Claire and Erica
Karla Welch, celeb stylist and co-founder of The Period Company, is here to talk Thingies, from life-changing books to an L.A. bagel worth a one-hour wait. Also, we dig into distraction…and deleting social-media accounts. Re: the impact of social media on our societies, ourselves: Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now by Jaron Lanier (and Zach Baron's GQ profile of Jaron), Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport (and David Marchese's NYT Mag interview with Cal, and (what's new?) Four Thousand Weeks by Oliver Burkeman. Get your Karla Welch fix via her MasterClass on personal style and by shopping The Period Company, which now available at Walmart. Karla's Thingies include Emergent Strategy by Adrienne Marie Brown (which made us think about Saving Time by Jenny Odell), Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin, her client Sarah Polley (see also: Sarah's film Women Talking and her New Yorker profile), Rhode peptide lip treatment, the NYT Cooking app (follow this IG account for the full commenter experience), Erewhon's strawberry glaze smoothie, and Courage Bagels in L.A. Share your Thingies (and dream Thingies guests) with us at 833-632-5463, email@example.com, or @athingortwohq—or join our Geneva! And for more recommendations, try out a Secret Menu membership. This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode. Get that protein and fiber with Hero Bread—10% off your first order with the code ATHINGORTWO. Go plant-crazy with Fast Growing Trees and get 15% off your entire order with the code ATHINGORTWO. Listen to Bad on Paper—if you like this podcast, you'll like that one. YAY. Produced by Dear Media
Inexperienced podcasters are killed alongside their strong, respected Patreon Supporter and awaken to find a mad scientist has given them a new body made of each other's body parts and indestructible bionics! On Episode 555 of Trick or Treat Radio we have a Patreon Takeover from Carlitos! This time around he has chosen the films Project Wolf Hunting and Full Metal Yakuza for us to discuss! We also dive deep into Takashi Miike's career, we discuss just how many gallons 2.5 tons of blood is, and flub a lot of words. So grab your favorite indestructible killing machine, invert your expectations, condense your hate, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Eli Roth's Thanksgiving, Patreon Takeover, Blackout Tapes, Carlitos, Hausu, Buy Bust, The Happiness of the Katakuris, The Quiet Family, Gozu, Takashi Miike, 13 Assassins, Zebra Man, James Gunn, Superman: Legacy, Slither, Super, Brightburn, Jamie Lee Curtis, Everything Everywhere All at Once, The Whale, Brendan Fraser, Sarah Polley, Paulie Shore, Bio Dome, Ke Huy Quan, Michelle Yeoh, Halloween III, Dr. Loomis handicapped parking bandit, Project Wolf Hunting, Hongsun Kim, Dreaming about Kurando, Con-Air, most violent South Korean film, Cult of Muscle, Silver Bullet, Shinji Mikami, The Night Comes For Us, 2.5 tons of blood, Audition, Ichi the Killer, Imprint, Full Metal Yakuza, SFX Magazine, Lady Terminator, sleazy films, family walking in while watching sleazy movies, dancing like Morris Day, interpretative dance defense, optical blurring huge wangs, all balls, the Gnort of the Green Lantern Corp, embrace the ridiculousness, Zatoichi, The Great Yokai War, Infinity Pool, Brandon Cronenberg, Mia Goth, Alexander Skarsgard, ignorance is piss, Rachel from Zombie Grrlz, marketing films in the VHS era, Full Moon, Charlie Band, Demonic Toys, the Video Zone, Oliver Reed, Captain Marvel, Tim Thomerson, Dollman, Last of Us, calk in the crack, the thirteenth step, teeter on the edge of insanity, and notarized and circumcised.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show
¡Hola, amiguis! En el programa de hoy, seguimos comentando películas que han recibido una nominación a "Mejor película" este año en los Óscar... aunque ya se hayan entregado los premios xD. Esta vez nos toca la séptima película que hemos visto de las diez nominadas, que es la última de Sarah Polley, Women Talking, que nos da para un debate tan útil como inútil: ¿qué se podría haber hecho para que la película fuera mejor? De todas formas, esperamos que nos parezca interesante. Como siempre, si la habéis visto, contadnos, para que sepamos qué opináis el resto. ¡Nos escuchamos pronto! El resto de las pelis nominadas a mejor película de los Óscar 2023 que hemos comentado: Everything Everywhere All At Once Triangle of Sadness Tár The Fablemans The Banshees of Inisherin Top Gun: Maverick Nos podéis escuchar (y dejar reseñas) en iVoox, Apple Podcasts y Spotify. También estamos en Google Podcasts, Spreaker y Amazon Music y todas las aplicaciones para escuchar podcasts. Dejadnos vuestros mensajes en Twitter, Facebook e Instagram o mandadnos un Email. Podéis comprar en Amazon a través de este enlace, nos llegará una comisión por vuestro pedido de forma anónima. Si os apetece, también podéis invitarnos a un café con Ko-fi, una web para apoyar a los creadores, en la que podéis decirnos que os gusta lo que hacemos pagándonos una tacita virtual :) -Este es nuestro episodio número 372.
AUSTIN FILM FESTIVAL'S ON STORY PODCAST
This week on On Story, it's all about Women Talking, and I'm not just referencing our powerhouse guests, Academy Award-winning producer Dede Gardner and Oscar-nominated writer-director Sarah Polley, but also their newest film collaboration and adaptation, Women Talking. Women Talking is a drama feature based on Miriam Toews' critically acclaimed novel of the same name. Inspired by true events from a sequestered community in Bolivia, the film follows a group of women in an isolated religious colony as they struggle to reconcile their faith amidst a series of assaults committed by the colony's men. This raw and vulnerable look at domestic violence is ultimately a story of women's resilience, and it's beautifully portrayed by leading actors Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, Jessica Buckley, Judith Ivey and Frances McDormand. Austin Film Festival was thrilled to include this powerful film in our 2022 film slate. But a little more on the women talking in this post-screening Q&A. AFF was honored to award Dede Gardner with the 2022 Polly Platt Award for Producing, an Austin Film Festival award intended to recognize producers with a keen sense of story who have demonstrated a commitment to fostering new talent. Throughout her career, Gardner has produced many Academy Award and Golden Globe-winning films, including pioneering work such as Minari, If Beale Street Could Talk, Moonlight, The Big Short, Vice, Selma, 12 Years a Slave, And Terrence Malick's Palme d'Or winner, The Tree of Life. Her recent television releases include HBO's limited series, The Third Day, as well as the Amazon series, The Underground Railroad, and Outer Range. Joining Gardner is Women Talking's writer-director, Sarah Polley. Formerly an actress known for her leading role in the television series, Ramona, Polley made her directorial debut with her film, Away from Her, which was Oscar-nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay. Polley also received the Writer's Guild of America Award for Best Documentary Screenplay for her doc, Stories We Tell. Most recently, she executive-produced and wrote the Netflix limited series, Alias Grace, which she adapted from Margaret Atwood's novel. In short, Sarah Polley is a master at taking existing stories and filtering them through a lens of her own. AFF moderator Marissa Padden spoke with Dede Gardner and Sarah Polley after their screening at this year's Austin Film Festival to give our audience an insider's look at the art of adaptation and to host an honest conversation about tackling stories with difficult subjects. Sh! The women are talking, it's time to listen. Clips of Women Talking courtesy of United Artists Releasing.
Sarah Polley is an Academy Award-winning screenwriter, director, and actor. After making short films, Polley made her feature-length directorial debut with the drama film Away from Her in 2006. Polley received an Oscar nomination for the screenplay, which she adapted from the Alice Munro story “The Bear Came Over the Mountain.” Her other projects include the documentary film Stories We Tell (2012), which won the New York Film Critics Circle prize and the National Board of Review award for best documentary; the miniseries adaptation of Margaret Atwood's novel Alias Grace (2017); and the romantic comedy Take This Waltz (2011). Her most recent film is WOMEN TALKING. Her new book is Run Towards the Danger.You can hear Sarah's other piece of advice on the evolving stories we tell ourselves here.---Support TBAS by becoming a patron!!!! - https://www.patreon.com/bestadviceshow---Call Zak with your advice @ 844-935-BEST---IG: @bestadviceshow & @muzacharyTWITTER: @muzacharybestadvice.show
OH GOOD LORD!!! What a week it has been! My sweet dog passed away on Tuesday and then I got sicker than I don't know what. So y'all are getting this final Bonus Oscar Episode a tad bit late and definitely after you already know who won what this year. The ceremony itself? Jimmy Kimmel was, okay, I guess...and maybe the jokes were naughty enough, but I felt like he held his own. The grouping of all the presenters was...strange, I guess? Is there another word for it? Idris Elba and Nicole Kidman....I mean, they're both hot, but then what??? My favorite win of the night actually was Sarah Polley, getting the Best Adapted Screenplay for WOMEN TALKING. I still remember watching her "come of age" in the 90's in all those Atom Egoyan films and loved that she became a writer/director. And all the horror movie fans out there were swooning to see Jamie Lee Curtis get her first Oscar. anyway - we loved doing these bonus shows for y'all and I hope you enjoyed them. What should my co-hosts and I take on next? We'd LOVE to hear your thoughts - email@example.com
This past weekend, "Women Talking" won an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. The accolade is well deserved, as the movie is an incredibly powerful one. Dealing with upsetting material, "Women Talking" is distrubing not just for the real events it is based on, but for the truths it shows us about our world. Let's discuss.
durée : 00:54:48 - Le masque et la plume - par : Jérôme Garcin - Les critiques sont allés voir "Mon crime" de François Ozon, "La syndicaliste" de Jean-Paul Salomé, "The Son" de Florian Zeller, "Empire of light" de Sam Mendes, "Women talking" de Sarah Polley et "The Whale" de Darren Aronofsky. Voici leur verdict. - réalisé par : Xavier PESTUGGIA
Ryan and Dylan give their final predictions for the 2023 Oscars just ahead of the ceremony.
Veronica Phillips (Filmdaze, The Daily Beast) joins us for Sarah Polley's dissection into monogamy with Take This Waltz! Together we dive into the careers of Seth Rogan and Michelle Williams, this idiosyncratic vision of Toronto on film, marrying young and Barry Jenkins' The Lion King 2 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/exitingthroughthe2010s/message
| Review | Do nothing. Stay and fight. Or leave. Sarah Polley's big screen adaptation of the Miriam Toews novel Women Talking is the final Best Picture nomination we've yet to cover for this year's Academy Awards. Described as “an imagined response to real events,” it's a powerful story with a lot to say about religion, gender roles, power dynamics, institutionalized violence and oppression… you get the idea.
A special compilation of this year's Oscar nominees talking about their nominated works. Hear excerpts from Marc's interviews with Michelle Yeoh, Daniels, Brendan Fraser, Hong Chau, Austin Butler, Andrea Riseborough, Sarah Polley, Todd Field, Rian Johnson, Judd Hirsch and Tony Kushner. Sign up here for WTF+ to get the full show archives and weekly bonus material! https://plus.acast.com/s/wtf-with-marc-maron-podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Women Talking: Movie Review from the Ray Taylor ShowShow topic: Join us as we dive into the powerful drama film Women Talking, based on the novel by Miriam Toews and directed by Sarah Polley. Starring Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, and Frances McDormand, this film tells the gripping story of the women of a remote Mennonite community in Bolivia who must decide how to respond to the horrifying abuse they've endured at the hands of the men. We'll discuss the film's themes of faith, forgiveness, and empowerment, and explore its powerful performances and thought-provoking storytelling.JOIN Inspired Disorder +PLUS Today! InspiredDisorder.com/plus Membership Includes:Ray Taylor Show - Full Week Ad Free (Audio+Video)Live Painting ArchiveEarly Access to The Many FacesMember Only Discounts and DealsPodcast Back Catalogue (14 Shows - 618 Episodes)Ray Taylor's Personal BlogCreative WritingAsk Me AnythingDaily Podcast: Ray Taylor Show - InspiredDisorder.com/rts Daily Painting: The Many Faces - InspiredDisorder.com/tmf ALL links: InspiredDisorder.com/links Genres: Drama
This week on The First Run, Chris and Matt step back into the ring one more time to defend their title as the longest running cool film podcast in all the land with their discussion of ‘Creed III'. Michael B. Jordan steps into the director's chair for the first time to continue the story of Adonis Creed as his past comes back to haunt him. Much like that breakfast burrito Matt had today. HA! Then Chris yells BINGO as he's able to check off his final Best Picture nominee with Sarah Polley's fictional take of a real event, ‘Women Talking'. At least Matt got to dodge Elvis. There's the sun-drenched rundown of the big releases on Physical Media, featuring the Streaming and Straight to DVD Picks of the Week. Matt & Chris close out the show with another round of everyone's favorite leather-free role-playing game, ‘Who Dat'! Lace ‘em up!00:00-17:35: Intro/Creed III17:36-26:22: Physical Media Picks26:27-40:27: Women Talking40:28-55:55: Who Dat?!?55:55-56:16: Wrap Up Theme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey
We are women, talking about Women Talking. We talked about how much we loved this adaptation from Sarah Polley, and how robbed she was this award season. This beautiful film is simmering with rage and revolution. It speaks so delicately and reverently about religion and how hard it can be to question what we've been taught our whole lives. We talked and talked all season long, and now it is your turn to tell us what you thought about not just this film but this Oscar season as a whole. We can't wait to hear from you! Tell us what you think! Come talk to us on Twitter or Instagram! Listen to the score here Read the book Watch Real Women Have Curves on HBO Max #WomenTalking #BestPicture #BestAdaptedScreenplay #SarahPolley #Oscars2023 #2023Oscars #AcademyAwards #Oscars
The fifth episode of our season on the awesome movie year of 2012 features our documentary pick, Sarah Polley's Stories We Tell. Written and directed by Sarah Polley, Stories We Tell premiered at the 2012 Venice Film Festival.The contemporary reviews quoted in this episode come from Manohla Dargis in The New York Times (https://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/10/movies/stories-we-tell-written-and-directed-by-sarah-polley.html), Peter Howell in the Toronto Star (https://www.thestar.com/entertainment/movies/2012/10/11/stories_we_tell_review_family_secrets_universal_truths.html), and Stephen Whitty in the Newark Star-Ledger (https://www.nj.com/entertainment/2013/05/stories_we_tell_review_sarah_p.html).Visit https://www.awesomemovieyear.com for more info about the show.Make sure to like Awesome Movie Year on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/awesomemovieyear and follow us on Twitter @AwesomemoviepodYou can find Jason online at http://goforjason.com/, on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/JHarrisComedy/, on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/jasonharriscomedy/ and on Twitter @JHarrisComedyYou can find Josh online at http://joshbellhateseverything.com/, on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/joshbellhateseverything/ and on Twitter @signalbleedYou can find our producer David Rosen's Piecing It Together Podcast at https://www.piecingpod.com, on Twitter at @piecingpod and the Popcorn & Puzzle Pieces Facebook Group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/piecingpod.You can also follow us all on Letterboxd to keep up with what we've been watching at goforjason, signalbleed and bydavidrosen.Subscribe on Patreon to support the show and get access to exclusive content from Awesome Movie Year, plus fellow podcasts Piecing It Together and All Rice No Beans, and music by David Rosen: https://www.patreon.com/bydavidrosenAll of the music in the episode is by David Rosen. Find more of his music at https://www.bydavidrosen.comPlease like, share, rate and comment on the show and this episode, and tune in for the next 2012 installment, featuring Josh's personal pick, Zal Batmanglij and Brit Marling's Sound of My Voice.
You and Me Both with Hillary Clinton
You and Me Both is between seasons right now, but with the Academy Awards right around the corner, Hillary could not wait to share her conversation with multiple award-winning actor Frances McDormand. Frances is now up for another Oscar, this time as producer of the powerful new film “Women Talking” (in which she also appears). The film, directed by Sarah Polley and based on the novel by Miriam Towes, is about a group of Mennonite matriarchs who gather in a hayloft to decide, collectively, what they will do in the wake of a wave of sexual assaults committed against them by men in their community. Hillary talks to Frances about the genesis of this project, and the challenging, universal questions posed by the film. They also look back at Frances' remarkable career—the brave choices she's made, and the iconic roles she's given us, from police chief Marge Gunderson in “Fargo” to a displaced, widowed worker seeking community in “Nomadland”— and forward, to what Frances sees for herself on the horizon. You can find a full transcript HERE. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
[REBROADCAST FROM January 9, 2023] The celebrated novel, Women Talking, by Miriam Toews, follows an isolated community of Mennonite women who must decide what to do after learning they had been suffering sexual attacks by men within the commune. Writer and director Sarah Polley joins us to discuss adapting the novel for the big screen. We are also joined by actor Jessie Buckley, who stars in the film as Mariche, a woman skeptical that leaving the community is the right thing to do.
Host Jeff Goldsmith interviews Ian Stokell, Lesley Paterson, Rian Johnson, Kazuo Ishiguro, Ruben Östlund and Sarah Polley about their Oscar nominated screenplays. Download my podcast here Copyright © Unlikely Films, Inc. 2023. All rights reserved. For more great content check out Backstory Magazine @ Backstory.net
I discuss why speaking up and standing out can be so hard for so many people. Why is it we feel uncomfortable to even take up space sometimes or someone's precious time to share our thoughts and opinions about even the smallest things? I share how many women and myself chose to keep quiet about experiences of sexual abuse or even make light of it. Find out why we struggle to speak up and the small ways you can find your voice and grow in confidence.Discussed in this episode:Why speaking up or standing out can be so scary (1:00)The way that small steps can create large ripples and develop more confidence. I share examples of my own experiences with exercise, music and speaking up about sexual abuse that happened in my past (3:15)I share the reasons why oscar-nominated Actress/Director and writer Sarah Polley (with her film about abuse, WOMEN TALKING) suggests there are different ways we can speak up and explains why she never reported her abuser (10:45)My own story and how I plan on speaking up (15:30)References:Run towards the danger/ A collection of autobiographical essays by Sarah Polleyhttps://www.goodreads.com/book/show/58284103-run-towards-the-dangerLet's connect!FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInWebsite Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
'Women Talking,' from director Sarah Polley, is about the women of a Mennonite colony in 2010 who have been drugged and raped by the men of their community. When their attackers are arrested, the women have two days to decide what they will do: stay and do nothing, stay and fight, or leave. It is up for two Academy Awards, including Best Picture.
Nothing Personal with David Samson
Today's word of the day is 'Vegas Baby' as in my reflections on a weekend in Vegas. Is the city over saturated with professional sports? Ja Morant has been suspended for two games after he was seen on Instagram live with a gun. How much trouble is he in? Baltimore Ravens Receiver Rashod Bateman called out his GM for his comments on a disappointing track record at the WR position. Today's review is Women Talking written band directed by Sarah Polley. We have an update on MLB rules... or do we.... What is going on with this pitch clock? As always we close out the show with the NPDS pick of the day! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Fresh Hop Cinema: Craft Beer. Movies. Life.
This week on Fresh Hop Cinema; Beers from Fieldwork Brewing Co (Berkeley, CA) Beer 1: "Pulp" // Style: NE IPA // ABV: 6.9% // Ratings: Jonny - 6.6, Max - 2. Beer 2: "Pulp Free" // Style: IPA // ABV: 6.9% // Ratings: Jonny - 6.9, Max - 6. Film: "Women Talking" directed by Sarah Polley. Ratings: Jonny - 9.2, Max - 9. Inside Hot & Bothered: - Max - "Swallow" (2019) Directed by Carlo Mirabella-Davis - Jonny - "Infinity Pool" (2023) Directed by Brandon Cronenberg Please leave us a rating and/or review on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts! Got a few bucks to spare? Support us on Patreon for as little as a dollar per week at www.patreon.com/freshhopcinema
This week's Nose has never asked the men for anything. Not a single thing. Women Talking is an adaptation of Miriam Toews's 2018 novel written and directed by Sarah Polley. It's Polley's fourth feature film as writer and director. Polley is nominated for the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay, and the film is nominated for Best Picture. It's the story of the women of an isolated religious community choosing their path forward: do nothing, stay and fight, or leave. Women Talking stars Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, Jessie Buckley, Judith Ivey, Sheila McCarthy, and more. And: The Consultant is, so far, an eight-episode comedy-thriller series from Prime Video. It is created for television by Tony Bagsallop based on the 2016 novel by Bentley Little. Christoph Waltz stars as Regus Patoff, who may be more than just the titular corporate consultant. Mercy Quaye's endorsements: Edge of Tomorrow on demand on HBO Max and available to rent on iTunes/Amazon/etc. The Tomorrow War on Prime Video Lindsay Lee Wallace's endorsements: The Black Guy Dies First: Black Horror Cinema from Fodder to Oscar by Robin R. Means Coleman and Mark H. Harris Force Majeure on demand on HBO Max and available to rent on iTunes/Amazon/etc. Bill Yousman's endorsement: the music of Wayne Shorter Colin's endorsements: The Last of Us on HBO the podcast The Watch Some other stuff that happened this week, give or take: Wayne Shorter, Innovator During an Era of Change in Jazz, Dies at 89 His career as an influential tenor saxophonist and composer reached across more than half a century, tracking jazz's complex evolution during that span. ‘The Idol': How HBO's Next ‘Euphoria' Became Twisted ‘Torture Porn' Thirteen sources tell Rolling Stone that The Idol — Sam Levinson's new show with The Weeknd and Lily-Rose Depp — has gone wildly, disgustingly off the rails This is the most populist Oscars in a long time So why doesn't it feel like it? The Great MLB Jersey Caper When players' jerseys mysteriously started to disappear three years ago, teams weren't just worried about the laundry—they were spooked by what seemed like a startling security breach. What came next: an all-out search for the thief. The End of the English Major Enrollment in the humanities is in free fall at colleges around the country. What happened? Chris Rock Is Finally Ready to Talk About Will Smith's Oscar Slap The stand-up comedian, going live with a new Netflix special a week before the Oscars, spent the past year on tour and working out material on the infamous Oscar slap Stop Groping Celebrities, You Creeps The New Black Film Canon From Touki Bouki to Friday, the 75 greatest movies by Black directors, as chosen by our special panel of filmmakers and critics. Why I Watch the Closing Credits of Every Movie I See One look is enough to challenge the myth of the genius auteur calling all the shots. Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward Collection Will Be Auctioned in June by Sotheby's A ‘Cool Hand Luke' prop, Woodward's wedding dress, one of Newman's racing suits and a trove of 19th century American folk art are among the items offering “further insight into who they were beyond their glamorous Hollywood personas.” The Bidens ordered the same dish at a restaurant. Who does that? The Cult of Daniels How the directors of the universe-hopping kung fu drama Everything Everywhere All at Once became unlikely Oscar front-runners. Two Sides of the HBO Apocalypse ‘The Last of Us' and ‘Station Eleven' are a natural point of comparison, but what separates the series is ultimately more instructive than what lumps them together Artificial Digging: How Google's AI Now Reveals What Producers Sampled Are We Having Fun Yet?!: The Oral History of ‘Party Down' As the Starz comedy makes an unlikely return to air, its creators look back on creating a unique inside-Hollywood workplace sitcom, scrapping through a difficult development period, and getting gold from Adam Scott, Ken Marino, and Jane Lynch Netflix Announces ‘Stranger Things' Prequel — As a Stage Show Lord, We Are Doing the Double Down Again KFC is bringing back its breadless fried chicken sandwich, and it's 2010 all over again GUESTS: Mercy Quaye: Founder and principal consultant for The Narrative Project Lindsay Lee Wallace: Writes about culture, health care and health equity, and other stuff, too Bill Yousman: Professor of Media Studies at Sacred Heart University The Colin McEnroe Show is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode! Subscribe to The Noseletter, an email compendium of merriment, secrets, and ancient wisdom brought to you by The Colin McEnroe Show. Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Colin McEnroe and Cat Pastor contributed to this show.Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle
We saw the film WOMEN TALKING and we couldn't rest until we had the chance to speak with the genius who wrote, directed, and is nominated for an Oscar for it: Sarah Polley. This conversation is about hope, survival, imagination, and revolution. It's about burning it all down and building from the ashes. Please listen to this conversation and then please watch the film. You will be powerfully changed. CW // sexual assault About Sarah: SARAH POLLEY is an Oscar-nominated director and award-winning actor whose works include Away From Her, Take This Waltz, and Stories We Tell. As an actor, Polley starred in a variety of films including The Sweet Hereafter, Go, Dawn of the Dead, Mr. Nobody, and My Life Without Me. In 2022, Polley released an autobiographical collection of essays – Run Towards the Danger: Confrontations with a Body of Memory. More recently, Polley wrote and directed the film adaptation of Miriam Toews's novel Women Talking, which has since been nominated for several awards, including the Academy Awards, Critics' Choice Awards, and Golden Globe Awards. IG: @realsarahpolley To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
With awards season in full swing, the Woman Beings sit down to review Academy-Award-nominated film, Women Talking. Directed by Sarah Polley and adapted from the novel by Miriam Toews, Women Talking is a story about the women in an isolated religious colony who come to the realization that the men in the colony have been drugging and raping them for years. They must decide whether or not they will do nothing, stay and fight, or leave. If you want to help support our content, feel free to shop these affiliate links from brands we love! Girlfriend Collective: https://girlfriendcollective.pxf.io/jWdG4Z --- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/womanbeingpodcast/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@womanbeingpodcast Website: https://www.womanbeingcommunity.com/
First, David Canfield catches up with Women Talking writer and director Sarah Polley and star and producer Frances McDormand, who see that film's awards trajectory as much bigger than whatever happens on Oscar night. Then Katey Rich talks to Pamela Ribon about the whirlwind of attention around her Oscar-nominated short My Year of Dicks— the title that everybody cannot stop talking about. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @vfawardsinsider Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow our hosts: @kateyrich, @rilaws, @beccamford, @davidcanfield97 Our editor and producer is Brett Fuchs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley
Dilbert dropped, DTE's 'ice storm of the century', Super Bowl Halftime Show FCC complaints, Drew Crime, Eli Zaret Zooms in, RIP Don Shane, RIP Madonna's brother, Woody Harrelson on SNL, and Boring Austin Green's boring Twitter fight. RIP to Madonna's brother and Mike Clark's schoolmate, Tony Ciccone. Tom Mazawey is still not happy that we missed his appearance last week. Eli Zaret joins the show to eulogize Don Shane, tries to upsell the hapless Detroit Tigers, discuss the new MLB changes, talk the financial woes of Bally Sports, go over the many children of Dwight Howard and more. Other Sports: Brandon Miller is thriving at Alabama despite being weapon delivery guy in the murder of Jamea Jonae Harris. U of M pulled out a victory over Wisconsin thanks to the most ridiculous 3 pointer. MSU lost in miraculous fashion. That 3rd-grade basketball team that went viral for flexing got DEMOLISHED and are eating humble pie. There is a new kid drummer that makes Drew angry. Q&A with 12-year-old Nandi Bushell. Drew Crime: 20/20 covered the story of "influencer" Kelsey Turner, who murdered her C Everett Koop look-a-like sugar daddy . 48 Hours featured a 40-year-old cold case. Drew tells a tale from one of his favorite new shows, Calls From the Inside. Serial-kidnapper, James Parrillo Jr., is massive man and people have been warning about him for years. Justin Gonzalez stopped a drunk driver from fleeing after trying to leave the scene of a fatal crash. Go's Sarah Polley is pretending like she didn't want to be in Almost Famous. Paris Hilton Stories This Week: Paris was raped at the age of 15. Harvey Weinstein almost raped Paris. Paris has a bunch of frozen eggs saved. We are officially sick of Paris Hilton. Ashley Morgan Smithline admits she made up all the allegation against Marilyn Manson at the direction of Evan Rachel Wood. Alex Murdaugh's trial is winding down and we think he's cooked. 'Dilbert' comic pulled from a ton of newspapers because of the author's racist rant. White people aren't very popular these days. Woody Harrelson hosted SNL and angered some people with his monologue. James Austin Johnson also brought out a new Bill Walton impression. The cause of the East Palestine derailment was caused by overheating bearings. The hazardous dirt was being shipped to Van Buren Twp, MI without telling anyone. The 'biggest ice storm of the last 100 years' caused power outages all over SE Michigan. DTE bought ads to defend their lack of preparation. Gene Simmons' daughter got married and everything was sponsored and KISS related. Jack Osbourne is a reality show lifer. Rihanna's performance at the Super Bowl led to many FCC Complaints. Britney Spears' dog was released from confinement and attacked an old man. The accomplice in the Lady Gaga dog-snatching case is pissed that she hasn't received the $500,000 reward yet. Madonna and 23-year-old Andrew Darnell have broken up. SAD! Boring Austin Green is feuding with baby momma Vanessa Marcil on social media. Bam Margera's life is in the dumpster, but at least he's able to hit up the strip clubs. Kodak Black has another warrant issued for him. Trudi Daniels podcast sighting! Visit Our Presenting Sponsor Hall Financial – Michigan's highest rated mortgage company Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Design Matters with Debbie Millman
Oscar-nominated screenwriter, director, actor, and author Sarah Polley, who began her career as a childhood actress more than three decades ago, joins to talk about her life's work and newest film, “Women Talking.”
Actor and director Sarah Polley plays our game called "Sarah Polley, wanna cracker?" Three questions about parrots. Joining her are panelists Roxanne Roberts, Adam Burke, and Shane O'Neill.