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Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari
IFH 533: From James Cameron to Steven Spielberg, the Life of Lance Henriksen

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 72:24


Today on the show we have legendary actor Lance Henriksen. I had the pleasure of work with Lance on my film Red Princess Blues: Genesis and if was a surreal experience.Lance has been in over 300 films through-out his remarkable career.He's mentored Tarzan, Evel Knievel and the Antichrist, and fought Terminators, Aliens, Predators, Pumpkinhead, Pinhead, Bigfoot, Superman, the Autobots, Mr. T, Jean-Claude Van Damme and Steven Seagal.He's worked with directors James Cameron, Steven Spielberg, Kathryn Bigelow, Sidney Lumet, Francois Truffaut, John Huston, Walter Hill, David Fincher, John Woo, Jim Jarmusch and Sam Raimi, but this is just skimming the surface.An intense, versatile actor as adept at playing clean-cut FBI agents as he is psychotic motorcycle-gang leaders, who can go from portraying soulless, murderous vampires to burned-out, world-weary homicide detectives, Lance Henriksen has starred in a variety of films that have allowed him to stretch his talents just about as far as an actor could possibly hope.He played Awful Knoffel in the TNT original movie EVIL KNIEVEL, directed by John Badham and executive produced by Mel Gibson. Henriksen portrayed Awful Knoffel in this project based on the life of the famed daredevil, played by George Eads. Henriksen starred for three seasons (1996-1999) on Millennium, Fox-TV's critically acclaimed series created by Chris Carter (The X-Files).His performance as Frank Black, a retired FBI agent who has the ability to get inside the minds of killers, landed him three consecutive Golden Globe nominations for "Best Performance by a Lead Actor in a Drama Series" and a People's Choice Award nomination for "Favorite New TV Male Star."Henriksen was born in New York City. His mother, Margueritte, was a waitress, dance instructor, and model. His father, James Marin Henriksen, who was from Tønsberg, Norway, was a boxer and merchant sailor.Henriksen studied at the Actors Studio and began his career off-Broadway in Eugene O'Neill's Three Plays of the Sea. One of his first film appearances was as an FBI agent in Sidney Lumet's DOG DAY AFTERNOON, followed by parts in Lumet's NETWORK and PRINCE OF THE CITY.He then appeared in Steven Spielberg's CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND with Richard Dreyfuss and François Truffaut, DAMIEN: OMEN II and in Philip Kaufman's THE RIGHT STUFF, in which he played Mercury astronaut Capt. Wally Schirra.James Cameron cast Henriksen in his first directorial effort, PIRANHA II: THE SPAWNING, then used him again in THE TERMINATOR and as the android Bishop in the sci-fi classic ALIENS. Sam Raimi cast Henriksen as an outrageously garbed gunfighter in his quirky western THE QUICK AND THE DEAD.Henriksen has also appeared in what has developed into a cult classic: Kathryn Bigelow's NEAR DARK, in which he plays the head of a clan of murderous redneck vampires. He was nominated for a Golden Satellite Award for his portrayal of Abraham Lincoln in the TNT original film THE DAY LINCOLN WAS SHOT.In addition to his abilities as an actor, Henriksen is an accomplished painter and potter. His talent as a ceramist has enabled him to create some of the most unusual ceramic artworks available on the art market today.His new film is called Alpha Rift.Nolan Parthmore was just a regular guy, hanging with friends, working his game store, flirting with his co-worker, then one day, destiny came calling. A courier delivers a mysterious antique helmet with no note or description. When Nolan puts it on, his whole world changes. The helmet comes to life and calls out to an evil demon, Lord Dragsmere, who was imprisoned by Nolan's deceased father.Nolan soon discovers he is next in the bloodline, heir to The Nobleman, destined to become a hero whether he wants to be or not. Since the Dark Ages, the Noblemen have been guardians against the 13 Devil's Apostles: dark forces escaped from hell and let loose upon on earth. Generations later, it's the heirs of these original knights that possess the power to open the Alpha Rift:the only defense against these supernatural foes.Enjoy my conversation with Lance Henriksen.

Rob & Nate Record a Podcast
Network (1976)

Rob & Nate Record a Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 31:08


In this standalone episode we discuss the 1976 film Network. This is a tremendous movie. It was directed by Sidney Lumet, written by Paddy Chayefsky and stars Faye Dunaway, William Holden, Peter Finch, Robert Duvall, and Ned Beatty.

Die filmische Begegnung
Sidney Lumet - Serpico (1973) feat. Daniel Schröckert, Tino Hahn

Die filmische Begegnung

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 33:17


Al Pacino hat als Polizist gegen Korruption zu kämpfen, kann er den Kampf gegen das kaputte System in den 70zigern mental und physisch überleben? Das klären wir im Podcast. Daniel findet ihr auf Twitter unter @LeSchroeck , seine Formate "Kino+" und "FredCarpet" findet ihr in Youtube. Tino ist bei Instagram zu finden unter @tino__hahn . Außerdem haben Daniel & Tino einen neuen Podcast namens "Genre geschehen", hört rein! Und wie immer findet ihr unter Twitter mehr Neuigkeiten zum "Die filmische Begegnung" Podcast: @PodcastDfb

Making Me Watch Movies
74 MMwM - Network (1972) - Sidney Lumet

Making Me Watch Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 64:47


The Movie's You're Making Me Watch Today is Network 1972 directed by Sidney Lumet.•••@MMwM_podcast@anthony_eslami@goldenroad85@_schwizzyy_

Sudden Double Deep
DOG (Dog Day Afternoon, Monster Dog and Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai)

Sudden Double Deep

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 81:10


For our DOG triple bill we watched Sidney Lumet's Dog Day Afternoon (1975), which stars Al Pacino, John Cazale and Charles Durning. We also watched Claudio Fragasso's Monster Dog (1986), starring Alice Cooper, and finally we watched Jim Jarmusch's Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (1999), which stars Forest Whitaker, with music from RZA. Please review us over on Apple Podcasts. Got comments or suggestions for new episodes? Email: sddpod@gmail.com. Seek us out via Twitter and Instagram @ sddfilmpodcast Support our Patreon for $3 a month and get access to our exclusive show, Sudden Double Deep Cuts where we talk about our favourite movie soundtracks, scores and theme songs. We also have t-shirts available via our TeePublic store!  

I Saw It On Linden Street
Bye Bye Braverman (1968)

I Saw It On Linden Street

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 75:20


Four Jewish intellectuals take a meandering road trip to pay their respects to a deceased friend on a crazy Sunday. Tune in as Chris talks Issac Rosenfeld, George Segal, & perceived anti-Semitism as the LSCE screens the Sidney Lumet dark cult comedy “Bye Bye Braverman.” Join us! Check us out at www.LSCEP.com Subscribe, Like, & Review. Follow Us on Twitter @LsceP & on Instagram @ lsce_podcast Works Cited: Champlin, Charles ( May 3, 1968). "'Bye Braverman' At Stanley-Warner". The Los Angeles Times.p. 74.– via Newspapers.com. https://www.newspapers.com/image/?clipping_id=87377113&fcfToken=eyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiIsInR5cCI6IkpXVCJ9.eyJmcmVlLXZpZXctaWQiOjE2NDIwMzYyMiwiaWF0IjoxNjM3MjYzNDA1LCJleHAiOjE2MzczNDk4MDV9._K4Viy9BD7yPCd1HxSMMr354eIR360zMmteGWsZCc-Q (Accessed 11/17/21) HOGAN, RANDOLPH. “AT MODERN, LUMET'S LOVE AFFAIR WITH NEW YORK.” The New York Times. New York, N.Y: New York Times Company, December 31, 1981, Section C, Page 11, Late (East Coast) edition. https://www.nytimes.com/1981/12/31/movies/at-modern-lumet-s-love-affair-with-new-york.html?searchResultPosition=1 (Accessed 11/18/21) "King ruled suburban shtick". Variety. May 17, 2004 - May 23, 2004. https://advance.lexis.com/api/document?collection=news&id=urn:contentItem:4CDB-24S0-0006-718Y-00000-00&context=1516831 . (Accessed 11/16/21) Murf. 1968. Film review: Bye Bye Braverman. Variety(Archive: 1905-2000). Feb 07, https://www.proquest.com/magazines/film-review-bye-braverman/docview/963107547/se-2?accountid=11578 (accessed November 18, 2021). “New Movies: Bye Bye Braverman.” Time. (3/15/1968) https://web.archive.org/web/20101106001422/http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,838055,00.html(Accessed 11/18/21) Nixon, Rob. “Bye Bye Braverman.” (1968) - Turner Classic Movies. Turner Classic Movies, July 22, 2015. https://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/23007/bye-bye-braverman/#articles-reviews?articleId=1104938. Phillips, Michael. 2021. Emblems of another time [corrected 03/27/2021]: A wink from jessica walter and a smile from George Segal meant everything. Chicago Tribune, Mar 27, 2021. https://www.proquest.com/newspapers/emblems-another-time-corrected-03-27-2021/docview/2505632657/se-2?accountid=11578 (accessed November 18, 2021). Zipperstein, Steven J. “‘Commentary' and American Jewish Culture in the 1940s and 1950s.” Jewish social studies 3, no. 2 (1997): 18–28. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lsce/message

Canceled Too Soon
Critically Reclaimed #20 | Before the Devil Knows You're Dead

Canceled Too Soon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 61:21


Welcome to CRITICALLY RECLAIMED, where film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold catch up on older movies one or both of them have never seen before, as chosen by YOU, our listeners! This week on CRITICALLY RECLAIMED, Bibbs and Witney explore the last movie from iconic filmmaker Sidney Lumet, who also directed the classics 12 ANGRY MEN, SERPICO, NETWORK and DOG DAY AFTERNOON. Ethan Hawke, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Marisa Tomei and Albert Finney star in BEFORE THE DEVIL KNOWS YOU'RE DEAD, and it may very well be one of the best neo-noirs ever! Want to vote for future episodes of CRITICALLY RECLAIMED? All you gotta do is subscribe on Patreon! Support the show: https://www.patreon.com//criticallyacclaimednetwork See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

HumoNegro
PODCAST CINE 105 | "Dog Day Afternoon" de Sidney Lumet

HumoNegro

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 35:22


En este episodio conversamos sobre "Dog Day Afternoon" (Tarde de Perros) de Sidney Lumet, protagonizada por Al Pacino, John Cazale y Charles Durning.

Aya Vs. The Big Boys

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Galaxie Pop - La Constellation
Apérociné : Sidney Lumet avec Les Bonnet Brothers

Galaxie Pop - La Constellation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 146:57


L'Apéro Ciné est une émission cinéma, où Antoine reçoit un invité pour discuter avec vous d'un sujet cinéma avec passion et bonne humeur ! Retrouvez l'émission du mercredi 18 août 2021 avec les Bonnet Brothers, consacrée à la carrière de Sidney Lumet. Vous pouvez retrouver les Bonnet Brothers sur leur compte Twitter (https://twitter.com/bonnetbrothers) Twitch : http://www.twitch.tv/aperocineDiscord : https://discord.gg/v5xfsmhDTv Montage par XP.

Behind the Screen with The Movie Files

We're back with a look back at the 1957 classic black and white film “12 Angry Men”. Starring Henry Fonda and a collection of male actors like E.G. Marshall, Lee J. Cobb, Jack Warden and Ed Begley, the film was directed by Sidney Lumet.

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Comedian, actor, writer and lifelong New Yorker Colin Quinn (finally!) joins Gilbert and Frank for a hilarious conversation about vanishing Manhattan, mobsters with podcasts, awkward celebrity encounters, the gritty cinema of Sidney Lumet and Martin Scorsese and his new one-person show, "Colin Quinn: The Last Best Hope." Also, Rod Steiger holds a grudge, Pat Cooper blows his stack, Kate Winslet shops at a bodega and Colin remembers the late, great Norm MacDonald. PLUS: Michael V. Gazzo! "The Panic in Needle Park"! The comedy stylings of Jan Murray! In praise of Steve Buscemi! Norman Lloyd hangs with Babe Ruth! And the boys deconstruct "Titanic," "The Departed" and "The Godfather: Part III"! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Literary License Podcast
Season 5: Episode 216 - KINGS OF HORROR: The Stephen Langford Interview

The Literary License Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 101:56


The Stephen Langford Interview   We are joined by the writer, director and producer Stephen Langford whose current writing on the excellent Creepshow brought to you by Shudder discusses his career.  Stephen Langford is an entertainment industry veteran, having written and produced for Warner Brothers Television, ABC and Sony Television. Along the way he has written for George Lucas and Steven Spielberg as well as writing producing and directing the movie Warm Blooded Killers. His film Lovewrecked was a hit on ABC Family in 2007 and is still playing in an expanded run in theaters overseas. Stephen has written or produced over one hundred and fifty hours of prime-time television. Among his credits are Family Matters, Malcolm and Eddie, and Saved By The Bell. His latest produced film is "The Nanny Express" which is running on the Hallmark Channel. Langford grew up in the Boston area and later attended Emerson College where he received a Bachelor of Science in Film. After college, he began working in the motion picture field working for such film directors as Sidney Lumet and Joel Schumacher. Stephen's Producer credits include Warm Blooded Killers, Silent Lies, Dream Factory Entertainment benefits greatly from having such talent on its executive team. Mr. Langford is passionate about his contribution to Dream Factory and holding up standards of excellence for every product that carries his name and the Dream Factory brand.   Closing Theme:  That's How You Write A Song by Alexander Rybak, Single Release – Eurovision – Copyright 2018 Alexander Rybak

通勤學英語
回顧星期天LBS - 電影相關時事趣聞 All about movies

通勤學英語

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 8:48


更多通勤學英語Podcast單元: 每日英語跟讀Podcast,就在http://www.15mins.today/daily-shadowing 精選詞彙 VOCAB Podcast,就在https://www.15mins.today/vocab 語音直播 15mins Live Podcast, 就在https://www.15mins.today/15mins-live-podcast 文法練習 In-TENSE Podcast,就在https://www.15mins.today/in-tense 歡迎到官網用email訂閱我們節目更新通知。   老師互動信箱: ask15mins@gmail.com 商業合作洽詢: 15minstoday@gmail.com   Topic: A Fresh Take on a 1934 ‘Murder'   A gruesome murder has been committed on a train in the middle of the night. Only 13 occupants of the carriage could have committed the dastardly deed. Was it a) the Russian princess; b) the American widow; c) the English governess; or d) the Hungarian count? Or any of the nine other multinational posh people and their servants rubbing shoulders on the luxury locomotive, snowbound in the middle of Eastern Europe, with a brilliant Belgian detective inconveniently in their midst? 一宗可怕的謀殺案在夜半的火車上發生。只有13名旅客可能犯下這惡行。是a)俄羅斯公主;b)美國寡婦;c)英國女家教;或d)匈牙利伯爵呢?抑或是其他9位來自各國的紳士淑女和他們的僕人,眾人在受困東歐中部大雪的豪華火車車廂裡摩肩擦踵,這其中還碰巧有個厲害的比利時偵探? Chances are this sounds familiar. It's the setup for one of the most famous detective stories in the world: Agatha Christie's 1934 novel “Murder on the Orient Express,” which has sold millions of copies. It was made into a sumptuous 1974 movie, directed by Sidney Lumet with the starriest of casts (Lauren Bacall, Sean Connery, Ingrid Bergman!). It has been adapted for television, stage and radio. There is a Japanese television version and a computer game. 這聽起來或許耳熟能詳。這是全球最著名偵探小說之一的場景:阿嘉莎.克莉絲蒂1934年的小說「東方快車謀殺案」,銷售數以百萬本計。導演薛尼·盧梅1974年翻拍成豪華版電影,有最耀眼的明星陣容(洛琳·白考兒、史恩·康納萊、英格麗·褒曼!),另並改編成電視劇、舞台劇和廣播劇,且有日本電視劇版本和一款電玩遊戲。 All this meant that Kenneth Branagh, the director and star of the new film version, which opened in the United States on Friday with the starriest of casts (Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Penélope Cruz, Judi Dench!), had his own mystery to solve. How do you reinvent one of the world's best-loved whodunits for a new era? Branagh's solution was to modify, and sometimes entirely change, character and plot details in ways that may dismay purists but that he felt would give the piece a more contemporary resonance. 這意味最新版本電影的導演兼主角肯尼斯·布萊納必須拿出一套解開謎團的獨到功夫,新片11月11日在美國上映,仍然有最耀眼的卡司(強尼·戴普、蜜雪兒·菲佛、潘妮洛普·克魯茲、茱蒂·丹契!)你要如何在新的世代詮釋最受世人喜愛的偵探小說呢?布萊納的方法是把角色與劇情細節進行修飾,時而甚至完全予以改變,這麼做或許會令純粹主義者沮喪,他卻覺得更能讓作品引起當代人的共鳴。 “There is always the thorny issue of who will know the plot and how can we divert them,” Branagh said in a telephone interview. “We knew we had to get people's attention for a recalibrated character in Poirot,” Christie's idiosyncratic Belgian detective. 布萊納接受電話訪問時說:「總會碰到有些人已經知道劇情,你該如何轉移他們的注意力,讓他們覺得有趣的棘手問題。我們知道,我們必須吸引人們注意經過修改的角色白羅(克莉絲蒂創造的怪異的比利時偵探)。」 To that end, Branagh and the scriptwriter, Michael Green, begin the movie with a showdown at the Western Wall in Jerusalem, as the detective solves another mystery. “I wanted to embrace the exotic and worldly side of Christie, to come into the big, hot open skies and find a new Poirot, our ticket for an exotic adventure,” Branagh said. 為達此目的,布萊納與編劇麥可·格林以偵探在耶路撒冷西牆解開一個對決謎團的方式,揭開電影序幕。布萊納說:「我想擁抱克莉絲蒂奇異與入世的一面,進入那既大又熱的開放天空,找到一個新的白羅,這是我們奇異冒險的門票。」 With an opening that has Poirot tripping up an escaping villain in a positively James Bond-esque manner, Branagh immediately established the detective as a far more dashing man of action than the novel's small hero “muffled up to the ears of whom nothing was visible but a pink-tipped nose and the two points of an upward curled mustache.” 這個開場讓白羅以絕對詹姆士·龐德的方式逼逃犯露出馬腳,布萊納也立刻將這位偵探塑造成遠比原著中小號英雄瀟灑的行動派男子漢;原著中的小號英雄「衣服直蓋到耳朵,除了一個粉紅鼻子,以及上捲的兩綹髭鬚,什麼都看不見」。Source article: https://paper.udn.com/udnpaper/POH0067/320990/web/   Next Article   Topic: The Actor Behind the Ape   The leader of the troops walks slowly through the ranks of soldiers, who part respectfully, as he looks at them with an expression that combines anger, pain and grim intent. But this isn't a human commander. It's Caesar, the ape who is the principal figure in 20th Century Fox's “Planet of the Apes” franchise. The scene comes from the latest in the series, “War for the Planet of the Apes,” which opens in the United States on July 14, and has generated laudatory reviews. 帶領部隊的長官慢慢走進士兵的隊伍中,士兵們尊敬地讓開,他仔細檢視他們,臉上的表情夾雜著憤怒、痛苦和不屈服的決心。但這位長官不是人類的指揮官。牠是「凱撒」,這頭猩猩是20世紀福斯公司「猩球崛起」系列電影的主角。這一幕出自此系列的新片「猩球崛起:終極決戰」,7月14日在美國上映,已經佳評如潮。 In “War,” the fragile truce between humans and apes has given way, and we discover the sinister Colonel (played by Woody Harrelson), whose early actions set in motion a series of devastating events for both populations. 在「終極決戰」片中,人類和猩猩之間脆弱的停火已維持不下去,而我們發現這位陰險的上校(伍迪哈里森飾演),他的初步行動開啟了一連串對人類和猩猩的毀滅事件。 Caesar, the ape whose expressions we are watching via digital transformation as he reacts to the Colonel's murderous deeds and musters his forces, is played by British actor Andy Serkis. In BoxOfficeMojo.com's ranking of actors by their ticket sales, Serkis is in the top 30, outflanking Brad Pitt and Daniel Radcliffe, among other far more famous names. His films average $125 million at the box office, more (by some distance) than those of Samuel L. Jackson or Tom Hanks. He has been acting professionally for nearly 30 years and has starred in numerous movies, some of them blockbusters like “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy, the 2005 “King Kong,” “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and the “Apes” reboot. 凱撒,我們正透過數位轉換看著牠的表情的這頭猩猩,牠在對「上校」的凶狠行徑做出反應並召集牠的部隊,牠是由英國演員安迪席克斯飾演。在票房網站BoxOfficeMojo.com的男演員票房排行,安迪席克斯排在前30名,勝過布萊德彼特和丹尼爾雷德克里夫,還有其他名氣大得多的演員。他的電影平均票房1.25億美元,比山繆傑克森、湯姆漢克還多(差距不小)。他從事專業演出近30年,主演過許多電影,其中不乏大賣片,像是「魔戒」三部曲、2005年的「金剛」、「星際大戰7:原力覺醒」和「猩球崛起」的重拍電影。 Yet, for most moviegoers, Serkis, 53, is probably neither a household name nor face, since he has specialized for more than a decade in creating roles through performance capture — a complex technology that records the movement and facial expressions of human actors and then painstakingly renders them digitally to create fantastical characters, like Caesar, Gollum and King Kong. 然而,對大多數電影觀眾來說,53歲的席克斯大概不是家喻互曉的名字或臉孔,因為他十多年來專精於透過動態捕捉科技創造角色─這是一種複雜的科技,記錄人類演員的動作和表情,再費力地數位化,創造出想像的角色,像是凱撒、咕嚕和金剛。 Caesar, wrote A.O. Scott of The New York Times in a review of “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,” is “a role that continues to redefine screen acting in the digital age. His facial expressions and body language are so evocatively and precisely rendered that it is impossible to say where his art ends and the exquisite artifice of Weta Digital, the special-effects company, begins.” 紐時影評人A.O.史考特在「猩球崛起:黎明的進擊」的評論寫道,凱撒是「數位時代繼續重新定義大銀幕表演的角色。他的臉部表情和身體語言如此生動和精準演出,不可能說他的演藝止於何處,特效公司Weta數位公司的精良技術又自何處開始。」Source article: https://paper.udn.com/udnpaper/POH0067/315730/web/#top   Next Article   Topic: Berlin Film Festival to make acting prizes gender neutral   The organizers of the Berlin International Film Festival (aka Berlinale) said last Monday that they will stop awarding separate acting prizes to women and men beginning next year, and the performance awards will be defined in a gender-neutral way at next year's festival, for which a physical event is planned. 柏林國際影展主辦單位上週一表示,自明年起,他們不再分別頒發男女演員獎項。明年的影展將會以性別中立的方式來定義表演獎項,並將舉行實體典禮。 The festival awards a Golden Bear for the best film and a series of Silver Bears, which until this year included best actor and best actress honors. Organizers said those prizes will be replaced with a Silver Bear for Best Leading Performance and a Silver Bear for Best Supporting Performance. 柏林影展頒發金熊獎給最佳影片,以及銀熊獎給一系列項目,截至今年,銀熊獎均包括最佳男主角及最佳女主角獎。主辦單位表示,這些獎項將以最佳主角銀熊獎,及最佳配角銀熊獎兩獎項取代。 In a statement, the co-heads of the festival, Mariette Rissenbeek and Carlo Chatrian, said “not separating the awards in the acting field according to gender comprises a signal for a more gender-sensitive awareness in the film industry.” 柏林影展兩位總監瑪麗耶特‧里森貝克及卡洛‧夏堤安在一份聲明中表示:「不以性別來區分表演類獎項,所包含的信號是電影界對性別有更加敏銳的意識」。 The festival's Golden Bear is one of the most prestigious awards in Europe, together with the Palme d'Or of the Cannes festival in France and the Golden Lion award of the Venice Film Festival. Cannes still singles out a best actor and actress, while Venice awards a Volpi cup to actors of each sex. 德國柏林影展的金熊獎為歐洲地位最高的電影獎之一,與法國坎城影展的金棕櫚獎,以及義大利威尼斯電影節的金獅獎齊名。坎城影展及威尼斯影展仍分別頒發男、女演員獎。 At the same time, the Alfred Bauer Prize, which is named after the festival's founding director, will be permanently retired. The prize was suspended this year due to revelations about Bauer's role in the Nazis' moviemaking bureaucracy. 此外,以柏林影展創辦人命名的阿爾弗雷德‧鮑爾獎將永不再頒發。鮑爾被踢爆曾為納粹政府電影機構工作,因此今年該獎停頒。 Commenting on the decision to hold a physical event next year, despite uncertainties due to the coronavirus pandemic, the two directors stressed the need for a “lively relationship with the audience.” “In times of the corona pandemic, it has become even clearer that we still require analogue experience spaces in the cultural realm,” they said, noting that other festivals have also resumed holding physical rather than virtual events. The 2021 festival is scheduled for Feb. 11-21. 縱有冠狀病毒疫情所造成之不確定性,對於明年柏林影展舉行實體典禮的決定,兩位總監強調「與觀眾保持活生生關係」之必要性。「冠狀病毒疫情中愈發清楚顯示,在文化場域中,我們仍需要能提供類比經驗的空間」,他們表示,其他影展也已恢復舉行實體典禮。二○二一年之柏林影展訂於二月十一日至二十一日舉行。Source article: https://www.taipeitimes.com/News/lang/archives/2020/08/31/2003742547

All The Right Movies: A Movie Podcast
Take30 - Sidney Lumet & 12 Angry Men: A Movie Podcast

All The Right Movies: A Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 62:52


For our 2nd episode of Take30, we're going inside the courthouse to talk about one of the great directors and one of his greatest films. We're guilty of delivering laughs, opinions and facts as we discuss Sidney Lumet and 12 Angry Men.   To support what we do, access our archive and listen to exclusive episodes, become an ATRM patron. Twitter: @ATRightMovies  Instagram: @allthe_rightmovies  YouTube: Subscribe to our channel Facebook: Join our movie group TikTok: @alltherightmovies

Joe and Raanan Talk Movies
Episode 39- Sidney Lumet

Joe and Raanan Talk Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 64:57


On this episode of Joe & Raanan, they discuss the master Sidney Lumet's first and last film - '12 Angry Men' & 'Before The Devil Knows You're Dead'. 50 years apart, two gems. We loved this episode. We love this filmmaker and we love you. Subscribe to our YouTube pages. Please and thank you. And join the Patreon for some bonus discussions. Thanks. Farts. Follow us @joelistcomedy & @raanancomedy  Subscribe to our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/joeandraanantalkmovies1

Back to the Future: The Podcast
You‘re a Slacker with James Tolkan

Back to the Future: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 26:42


July 3rd, 1985 - a day that a little time travel movie produced by Steven Spielberg and directed by Robert Zemeckis called Back to the Future was released to the public. This podcast will dive into the world of BTTF, and discuss the movies, characters, and behind-the-scenes details on one of the greatest trilogies of all time. So buckle in, make sure your flux capacitor is fluxing, and enjoy the 88 mile per hour adventure of the Back to the Future trilogy. Pre-Order the "Back from the Future" paperback with expanded material! Amazon- https://bit.ly/BackFromTheFutureBook Bookshop- https://bit.ly/BackFromTheFuturebook Barnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/BackFromtheFutureBook Mango- https://bit.ly/BackfromTheFutureBook Chapters indigo- https://bit.ly/BackFromThefutureBook Tolkan is known for his role in the 1985 film Back to the Future as the strict Hill Valley High School assistant principal, Gerald Strickland; the character refers to Marty McFly, his father, and Biff Tannen derisively as "slackers". He reprised the role in the 1989 sequel Back to the Future Part II, in which unnamed gang members make a drive-by assault on him in a dystopian 1985; he also refers to these criminals as "slackers" as he shoots back. In 1990, he played the part of Mr. Strickland's grandfather Chief Marshal James Strickland in Back to the Future Part III. Tolkan would again reprise his role as Strickland in addition to playing his character's ancestors and descendants in the 1991 animated series spin-off. Other well-known roles include an FBI agent in WarGames and Stinger, the no-nonsense commanding officer of USS Enterprise's embarked carrier air wing in the 1986 box-office hit Top Gun. He portrayed the role of cold and determined District Attorney Polito in Sidney Lumet's Prince of the City. He also appeared in the 1987 film Masters of the Universe as Detective Lubic. He had a dual role in the Woody Allen comedy Love and Death, playing both Napoleon and a look-alike.[4] He also appeared as Big Boy Caprice's accountant "Numbers" in the 1990 Warren Beatty film Dick Tracy. He appeared in Serpico (1973) in a small but notable role as a cop who loudly accuses Officer Serpico of having a gay encounter with another cop in the men's room. Tolkan has also made guest appearances on many TV shows, including Naked City, Remington Steele, Miami Vice and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.[5] A member of the repertory cast of A Nero Wolfe Mystery (2001–02), he played more than a dozen varied roles in the A&E TV series and also directed two episodes[4] ("Die Like a Dog" and "The Next Witness"). Buy the BACK FROM THE FUTURE Book. Back to the Future: The Podcast is produced and presented by Brad Gilmore, and is not affiliated with the Back to the Future franchise. This show is meant for entertainment and documentary purposes only, and does not intend to infringe on any copyrights of Universal Pictures, Back to the Future, or any of its characters, clips or music. Brad Gilmore expresses views and statements which represent that of the hosts and the guests of the program alone. The statements made on this program are in no way intended to represent views of any other organization affiliated with the hosts or guests and in no way represent the views of the sponsors.

CinemaPsych Podcast
Episode 038: Men Can Get Really Angry! 12 Angry Men (1957 & 1997) with Jordan Wagge & Jason Spiegelman

CinemaPsych Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 97:53


Join Alex and returning guest hosts Dr. Jordan Wagge and Jason Spiegelman as the three dissect and discuss the two major American versions of the stage play and short story 12 Angry Men! The first major release was in 1957, written and directed by Sidney Lumet and starring Henry Fonda. The second, made-for-TV movie, was released in 1997, and starred several great actors, including John Lemmon, William Peterson, James Gandolfini, Mykelti Williams, Tony Danza, and the venerable George C. Scott. We explore social influence, persuasion, racism and prejudice, confirmation bias, and toxic masculinity. Wouldn't this be a better scenario if it were 12 Angry People, instead? Or maybe not angry people, but perhaps just generally annoyed or irritated? You can also find Jordan on Twitter: @jorowags Please leave your feedback on this post, the main site (cinemapsychpod.swanpsych.com), on Facebook (@CinPsyPod), or Twitter (@CinPsyPod). We'd love to hear from you! Don't forget to check out our Patreon and/or Paypal links to contribute to this podcast and keep the lights on! Don't forget to check out our MERCH STORE for some great merch with our logo! Legal stuff: 1. All film clips are used under Section 107 of Title 17 U.S.C. (fair use; no copyright infringement is intended). 2. Intro and outro music by Sro ("Self-Driving"). Used under license CC BY-SA 4.0. 3. Film reel sound effect by bone666138. Used under license CC BY 3.0. 4. "Et Voila" used under license.

LoFiTop5
LoFi Top 5 - 65 - The First Time Director Episode

LoFiTop5

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 85:19


While most film geeks like us know Citizen Kane was Orson Welles' first feature film (though there's a technicality and we talk about it), even we were surprised to discover some other absolutely amazing directorial debuts. In this episode, JT and Jeremy cover their top 5 favorite firsts, including some works by Rob Reiner, Sidney Lumet, John Huston, and even the legendary, the phenomenal, the master of Bayhem - Michael Bay. Also, enjoy a quickie game where Jeremy quizzes JT on some phenomenal *second* films by directors.

Popcorn Peeps
12 Angry Men | Spoilercast Ep. 023

Popcorn Peeps

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 35:17


This episode is dedicated to the 1957 drama film 12 Angry Men directed by Sidney Lumet and starring Henry Fonda. There will be spoilers!

Force Five
Top 5 Comedies of the Last 10 Years.

Force Five

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 78:59


This week's guest is music critic Kevin “Pigeon” Montes.This episode features reviews for the new Paul Schrader film The Card Counter (2021) as well as the epic NYPD corruption film Prince of the City (1981) by Sidney Lumet.The topic Kevin chose was Top 5 Comedies of the Last 10 Years.You can find The Weekly Coos by clicking here.

El libro de Tobias
El libro de Tobias: 9.4 Serpico

El libro de Tobias

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 199:06


Esta semana en nuestra “Sección principal” os traigo una película del gran Sidney Lumet, de 1973 y protagonizada por Al Pacino. Se trata de “Serpico” la historia real del agente de policía de Frank Serpico, basándose en el libro biográfico homónimo escrito por Peter Maas. Además en nuestra sección “El callejón oscuro” os traigo esta semana a Javed Iqbal “El monstruo de Lahore”, quien fue acusado del asesinato de 100 niños huérfanos de los que acogía en su casa y a los que ponía a trabajar a su servicio. Finalmente en la sección “¿Qué fue de?” esta semana os hablo de la matemática estadounidense Karen Uhlenbeck, la primera mujer en ganar el Premio Abel por sus revolucionarias investigaciones en la intersección con el mundo de la física. Tiempos: Sección principal: del 00:04:27 al 01:43:20 Sección “El callejón oscuro”: del 01:43:21 al 02:29:54 Sección “¿Qué fue de?”: del 02:29:55 al 03:13:02 Presentación, dirección, edición y montaje: Asier Menéndez Marín Diseño logo Podcast: albacanodesigns (Alba Cano) Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 39:15


"AND THE SPLENDID BOHO GOES TO..."- EPISODE THREE - NED BEATTY FOR "NETWORK" (1976) - WE PRESENT A NEW SERIES WHERE WE AWARD A NOTED CHARACTER ACTOR WHOSE CONTRIBUTION TO A FILM ENHANCED IT'S GREATNESS.

War Machine vs. War Horse
A Number of Arguments in One Room

War Machine vs. War Horse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 32:51


As usual... this episode starts with our segment called Ask Women As Answered By Two Men. And it goes horribly wrong for one co-host. While the other one giggles we get back to the online arguments that we are comfortable with: movie trilogies of our own making. This month it was a combination of Sidney Lumet's 12 ANGRY MEN, Quentin Tarantino's THE HATEFUL EIGHT and J.J. Abrams' (or one of his fellow silver spooned creatively deceased buddies) 10 CLOVERFIELD LANE and how they all add up to A NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS IN ONE ROOM! That's the title of this episode. We talk about that. And also womenfolk. But only briefly. Please listen. Support what we do with bonus content and early episodes on Patreon Twitter/Instagram/Facebook: @trilogyintheory Tweet at your hosts: @projectingfilm & @webistrying Letterboxd: @projectingfilm & @webistrying Artwork by: @nasketchs Find out more at https://trilogyintheory.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Remember When with Harvey Deegan Podcast
Classic films: 12 Angry Men (1957) with Pete Taylor

Remember When with Harvey Deegan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 21:17


There's been many court dramas since the age of the silver screen began, but few films have stayed in peoples minds or been as striking as Sidney Lumet's 12 Angry Men. Pete Taylor joined us to talk all about the film and talk about court room dramas on the big screen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Raiders of the Podcast
Two Flavors of Sand

Raiders of the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021


     This week two films set, at least partially, under the blazing desert sun.     A military prison in the Libyan Desert where the guards are just as brutal as the land. Five new prisoners, including a former Sargent Major convicted of assaulting his commanding officer, are placed under the charge of Staff Sargent Williams, an equally new guard who sees their suffering as a means of promotion. The first of five collaborations between director Sidney Lumet and star Sean Connery, The Hill.     The last entry in a trilogy that has enamored generations and spawned a multi-billion dollar franchise. It has been a year since Captain Solo was captured at Cloud City. His friends arrive with a desperate plan to rescue him with the hopes that this victory will help turn around the fortunes of a struggling rebellion. Meanwhile, the last living Jedi master is quickly nearing the end of his life and the Empire are nearly finished rebuilding their ultimate weapon of terror and domination- The Death Star. Before all hope is lost, there will be a Return of the Jedi.     All that and Tyler has no hesitation, Kevin feels the sting of an unfair fight, and Dave chokes on his cotton candy. Join us, won't you?Episode 222- Two Flavors of Sand

CineFacts
La parola ai giurati: come salvare una vita - Articolo

CineFacts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 6:31


CineFacts dalla Tana della Volpe! La splendida voce di Marco Volpe legge gli articoli di CineFacts.it: oggi tocca a un articolo di Marco Batelli sullo splendido film del 1957 di Sidney Lumet! Buon ascolto!

Two for the Road: Movies with Matt and Adam
87: Serpico (1973) and The Veteran (베테랑) (2015)

Two for the Road: Movies with Matt and Adam

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 64:14


Good Cop is this weeks theme. Based on a true  story, Al Pacino is at his best as a good cop who struggles with the entrenched corruption of the New York City Police Department in Serpico (1973). The fifth Sidney Lumet film we've reviewed on the show and M&A both found it to really good, but not great. From South Korea, Veteran (2015) is a raucous and sometimes humorous story about a good cop finding justice in a corrupt system. The guys thought it to be loads of fun in a Jackie Chan sort of way.Next up, Bad Cop with two films neither have seen, Fireworks (はなび)(1997)The Killer Inside Me (2010).Thanks for listening!Did we get something wrong? Have your own recommendations? Contact the show: 24theroadshow@gmail.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/24theRoadShow

Aya Vs. The Big Boys
DOG DAY AFTERNOON (feat. Robert Franco)

Aya Vs. The Big Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 97:41


Sidney Lumet, prolific American cinema master whose catalogue spans the Golden Era to the 2000's auteur revitalization... And Aya has only ever seen THE WIZ.  The duo is joined by Film Twitter magnate Robert Franco to discuss all things Al Pacino, the masculinity of bank robbing, and the ethics of making Hollywood movies about real-life deadbeat losers. Also Rob casts himself as Spider-Man. ANTSY PRODUCTS: https://antsyproducts.com/Use code "BIGBOY" for 10% off your purchase! Robert Franco: https://twitter.com/responsiblerob Aya Lehman: https://twitter.com/ayalhmnKevin Cookman: https://twitter.com/KevinCookmanContact/Mailbag: ayavsthebigboys@gmail.com A Merry-Go-Round Magazine Podcast: https://merrygoroundmagazine.com/Support Merry-Go-Round Magazine!: https://www.patreon.com/mgrm 

Back to the Movies with Nat and Ben
Before the Devil Knows You're Dead (reupload)

Back to the Movies with Nat and Ben

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 71:57


***The episode has been reuploaded! Thanks to everyone who noticed the audio issues.***Some movies are grim, but Before The Devil Knows You're Dead might be a grimmest. It's a raging diatribe against the rot festering in the human soul and a towering farewell from one of the greatest film directors of all time. It's so ruthlessly, unforgivingly bleak, it might even have been too much for one of our stalwart hosts. You'll have to listen to find out which.New to the podcast - parody songs! If you write us a five star review on Apple podcasts, we'll perform a parody song based on the movie we're talking about for the week. You give us a review, then choose a  song and we will produce a custom parody! This week, by special request, a Michael Clayton parody of Sean Kingston's "Beautiful Girls". Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTokFollow Nat and Ben on LetterboxdEmail us at bttmpod@gmail.comAnd please, give us a 5-star review and share the podcast with your movie-loving friends! 

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

To mark the 40th anniversary of 1981's "An American Werewolf in London," Gilbert and Frank present an encore episode with actor, producer and director Griffin Dunne, who talks about blending horror and comedy, teaming with Martin Scorsese and Sidney Lumet, the cynical cinema of Billy Wilder and the lives (and work) of Joan Didion and Dominick Dunne. Also, Jerry Lewis adapts Gore Vidal, Otto Preminger takes a bad trip, Griffin sneaks onto the set of “Gilligan's Island” and Tim Burton (almost) directs “After Hours.” PLUS: Howdy Doody! "Who's That Girl"! “The Panic in Needle Park”! The genius of Harry Nilsson! And the artistry of two-time GGACP guest Rick Baker! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Forgotten Cinema
Running on Empty

Forgotten Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 47:53


The Mikes are taking on some assumed identities and running away from a crime they did indeed commit...but this time, they're taking the whole family!!! That's essentially the plot of this week's episode of Forgotten Cinema, as they discuss the 1988 Sidney Lumet film Running on Empty starring River Pheonix, Judd Hirsch, and Christine Lahti. Listen in as Mike Butler and Mike Field talk facts and their opinion on Butler's fiance's (Elyse from Crackin' One Open) first audience choice selection. The Mikes are super impressed with all of the performances in this film, especially from Pheonix and Lahti. Butler believes Lahti was robbed of an Oscar nod (Pheonix was nominated). The performers have done their homework and know their characters inside and out. Its in the story and writing that Field and Butler sometimes run into some issues. But overall this is a great film where the performances alone should be reason enough to check it out, or give it a revisit. So grab your popcorn and soda, please notice the exits to the left and right of you, and settle down for https://www.forgottencinemapodcast.com/ (Forgotten Cinema).  Listen to Elyse (and Butler again) on https://crackin-one-open.captivate.fm (Crackin' One Open) at https://www.forgottenentertainment.com/ (ForgottenEntertainment.com) or wherever you listen to your podcasts!

CULT OF MUSCLE!!!!!!!!
Episode 377- Two Pound Eggrolls

CULT OF MUSCLE!!!!!!!!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 133:08


Sometimes the Cult just has to loosen its belt, pour a cold one, and get into the girthy underbelly of crime cinema.  Sidney Lumet tries to convince us Treat Williams is Italian in Prince of the City and Antonio Banderas makes noises at a yuppie Sly in Assassins! Feedback: cultofmuscle@gmail.com Facebook: facebook.com/groups/cultofmuscle Merch: redbubble.com/people/cultofmuscle/shop Lifting: 0:00:00 - 0:28:30 Prince of the City: 30:00 - 1:16:20  Assassins: 1:17:50 - END  

War Machine vs. War Horse
12 Angry Men (1957)

War Machine vs. War Horse

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 34:01


One host has a new favorite movie... and it's no longer Guy Ritchie's SNATCH. Meanwhile the other host is hoping for a "sluttier" version of the classic 12 ANGRY MEN... and THANKFULLY there exists a cable tv version starring Jack Lemmon and James Gandolfini. Sexy. But that is for another episode of TRILOGY IN THEORY as this month's theme is kicked off by the Sidney Lumet "original" but not the crappy television version that both hosts couldn't be bothered to check out on their Criterion Collection discs. We are busy men! Making podcasts. For you! Support what we do with bonus content and early episodes on Patreon Twitter/Instagram/Facebook: @trilogyintheory Tweet at your hosts: @projectingfilm & @webistrying Letterboxd: @projectingfilm & @webistrying Artwork by: @nasketchs Find out more at https://trilogyintheory.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Who Am I This Time? with David Morrissey

Actor David Warner has been widely regarded on stage (for the RSC) as the Hamlet of his generation. His wide ranging film career has seen him work with Sidney Lumet, Sam Peckinpah, Gregory Peck, George C. Scott and Jason Robards in projects as diverse as Tom Jones, Straw Dogs and the Star Trek films. David caught up with him during lockdown to talk about playing Keith Jennings in the 1976 horror film The Omen. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Back to the Movies with Nat and Ben
Before the Devil Knows Your Dead

Back to the Movies with Nat and Ben

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2021 71:57


***The episode has been reuploaded! Thanks to everyone who noticed the audio issues.***Some movies are grim, but Before The Devil Knows You're Dead might be a grimmest. It's a raging diatribe against the rot festering in the human soul and a towering farewell from one of the greatest film directors of all time. It's so ruthlessly, unforgivingly bleak, it might even have been too much for one of our stalwart hosts. You'll have to listen to find out which.New to the podcast - parody songs! If you write us a five star review on Apple podcasts, we'll perform a parody song based on the movie we're talking about for the week. You give us a review, then choose a  song and we will produce a custom parody! This week, by special request, a Michael Clayton parody of Sean Kingston's "Beautiful Girls". Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTokFollow Nat and Ben on LetterboxdEmail us at bttmpod@gmail.comAnd please, give us a 5-star review and share the podcast with your movie-loving friends! 

1001 by 1
Episode 24: #124 - 12 Angry Men

1001 by 1

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 87:58


We begin our “Tribute to Ian” series with the oldest film of this selection, but maybe the most resonant for today's society: Sidney Lumet's “12 Angry Men”. On the episode, Adam is joined by his wife Melissa (co-host of the Below Freezing Podcast & heard on our “Singin' in the Rain” episode) to discuss Henry Fonda's enduring (yet somehow not Oscar nominated) performance, the violence & fragility of Lee J. Cobb's Juror #3, and the wonderful direction/choreography of Sidney Lumet's “theatrical” staging. All this and a joint recommendation for the “Fear Street” trilogy on Netflix is in store for you. Want to suggest a film for us to review on the show? You can support us at patreon.com/1001by1. You can listen to us on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, & Google Play. You can find us on Facebook at facebook.com/1001by1. You can find us on Twitter at twitter.com/1001by1. You can send us an email at 1001by1@gmail.com. Intro/Outro music is “Bouncy Gypsy Beats” by John Bartmann.0:00 – Intros2:24 – “Fear Street” Films10:04 – “12 Angry Men” Stats/History27:30 – “12 Angry Men” Plot/Thoughts1:25:24 – Final Thoughts/Outro/Next Week

Rigs of Dad Prodcast
the Rigs of Dad Prodcast - Directors Draft Round 1 w/ Brent Eyestone

Rigs of Dad Prodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 81:46


Ross and Ian are joined by returning guest Brent Eyestone of Dark Operative Records to pick the absolute best films from the best directors in the first ever Directors Draft.  For Round One, we look at the works of James Cameron, Doug Liman, Ben Affleck, Sidney Lumet, Tony Scott, Richard Donner, Shane Black, Paul Thomas Anderson, Sam Mendes, and Joe Dante.  Picking the best of the best from Gremlins, to True Romance, to Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, and beyond. Brent Eyestone is a guy that has worn so many hats in the music industry, he singlehandedly might be keeping Lids in business.  He is the label head of Dark Operative (Powertrip, Caspian, Burial Waves, This Will Destroy You), you may be familiar with his catalogue at Magic Bullet Records, his music in Bleach Everything, Highness, and so so so much more.  If you are a casual fan or a film obsessive, you will love to hear these dudes (whose only qualifications are playing bass) chat about all things film in this very special episode of Film Basics with Bassists That Love Film. To hear the extended version of this conversation and support the podcast, head over to www.patreon.com/rigsofdad and click away, OR just download the Patreon ap, search for Rigs of Dad, and you can support creators like me and so many more in the process!  We take deep dives into "The Suicide Squad", "Boy Behind the Door", "Old", the Coen Brothers, and so much more. Beyond this episode, you will have access to extended interviews with interview guests, merch discount codes, and much more. Follow all things Ross on instagram at @rigsofdad and his band @burialwaves Be sure to stay in tune with all things Ian at @morbidkales and check out his bands Kowloon Walled City, Strangelight, Less Art, and more! Ian also recently appeared on the Filmsuck podcast, which you can hear at https://filmsuck.podbean.com/e/heatwave-horror/ Be sure to follow Dark Operative wherever you socialize your media and keep up with all things Brent! Big shout out to the homies at www.shearrevival.com as well...  Take care of yourself.  Look good, feel good.  Treat your body and neighbors nose with love using Shear Revival!  Use the code CLEANTONE10 to get 10% off your next order! Artists need your support now more than ever.  Let's make sure bands like LaPêche are able to hit the road again by making sure you buy direct.  Check them out at www.lapecheband.bandcamp.com Much love to the fine folks at Custom District Pedalboards for allowing me to pack the heaviest tones on the lightest boards.  Get yours over at www.customdistrictpedalboards.com Huge loves to the incredible Sacha Dunable.  Check out www.dunableguitars.com if you need some real tone in your life. I also want to give a shoutout to Quantum Industries.  These dudes are putting out true tanks of guitar cases.  Check them out at https://www.quantumindustries.jp/ BE SURE to enter ROD10 for a discount on your order!!!

We're Watching Here
Summer of the 70s -- "Dog Day Afternoon" and "Network"

We're Watching Here

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 70:09


Chris and Perry continue their Summer of the 70s series with a Sidney Lumet double feature. First, they spend a tense August day and night with Al Pacino and John Cazale in "Dog Day Afternoon." Next, they get mad as hell about "Network." It's a long, fun deep dive with two of the greatest movies ever made. “We're Watching Here” Facebook page“We're Watching Here” TwitterPerry Seibert on TwitterChris Williams on TwitterChris' Newsletter

Book Vs Movie Podcast
Book Vs Movie "Dog Day Afternoon" (1976) Al Pacino

Book Vs Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 64:07


Book Vs Movie: “Dog Day Afternoon” The Classic Hollywood 1974 film Vs “The Boys in the Bank” from 1972 article from Life Magazine On August 22, 1972, John Wojtowicz and two accomplices entered a bank In Brooklyn at 450 Avenue P (in Gravesend) and started a robbery. One left early, (20-year-old Bobby Westeberg) while Wojtowicz and 18-year-old Sal Naturale proceeded to steal almost $200,000 in cash and traveler's checks before being surrounded by the police. What happened for the next 14 hours was a standoff and media circus for the ages.  Turns out Wojtowicz said he needed the money for a “sex change” operation (as it was known at the time)  for his partner Ernest Aron. The police brought Aron to the scene straight from the hospital where they had attempted suicide the week before. Another of Wojtowicz lover was brought out and he kissed him on the mouth in front of the news camera which hundreds of locals who made up the crowd. He also threw money into the air and ordered pizza for the bank hostages held inside.  Eventually, the robbers and many of the bank hostages were taken to JFK airport where Naturale was shot in the chest and killed immediately. Wojtowicz was arrested and eventually spent a few years in jail for his crimes. He married again while in prison and had a tough time holding down a job because of his past. In the end, he was reduced to trying to make some money by posing in front of the bank for autographs. He died of cancer in 2006 at the age of 60.  Aron eventually had gender reassignment surgery and died from the complications of AIDS in 1987. She took the name, Elizabeth Eden.  Writers P.F. Kluge and Thomas Moore wrote about the crime and hostage situation on September 22, 1972, for Life magazine and the title of the article was “The Boys in the Bank” that was bought by Warner Brothers pictures and developed into the film Dog Day Afternoon.  The 1975 film directed by Sidney Lumet and screenplay by Frank Pierson changes a few of the major details. The lead crook is “Sonny Wortzik” played by Al Pacino and his main cohort is Sal Naturile played by 40-year-old acting legend John Cazale. Filmed in Winsdor Terrace, Brooklyn (near Margo D's home!) the movie would become a huge moneymaker and nominated for all of the major categories at the Academy Awards in 1976 (and losing most to One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest which was the movie to beat that season.)  The film is a modern classic and entered in 2009 to the Library of Congress and in the National Film Registry.  In 2014, The Dog a documentary by filmmakers Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren told the “real” story by following the real John Wojtowicz who painted himself as an early gay rights icon and misunderstood human.   So, between the original novel and the movie--which did we prefer? Have a listen and find out!  In this ep the Margos discuss: The backstory behind the 1972 robbery & the aftermath  The biggest differences between the real story and the 1975 film  Rumors as to who was really behind the bank robbery What happened to the main figures  The cast: Al Pacino (Sonny Wotzik,) John Cazale (Sal Naturile,) Charles Durning (Sergeant Eugene Moretti,) Penelope Allen (Sylvia,) Susan Peretz (Angie,) James Broderick (FBI agent,) Lance Henricksen (FBI agent,) Carol Kane (The Squirrel,) and Chris Sarandon as Leon Shermer. Clips used: The bank robbery Dog Day Afternoon trailer Sonny negotiates with Moretti “Leon” comes to the site Final phone call for Sonny and his wife “Wyoming?”  Music Amoreena by Elton John Book Vs Movie is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. Find more podcasts you will love Frolic.Media/podcasts .  Join our Patreon page to help support the show! https://www.patreon.com/bookversusmovie  Book Vs. Movie podcast https://www.facebook.com/bookversusmovie/ Twitter @bookversusmovie www.bookversusmovie.com Email us at bookversusmoviepodcast@gmail.com Brought to you by Audible.com You can sign up for a FREE 30-day trial here http://www.audible.com/?source_code=PDTGBPD060314004R Margo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com brooklynfitchick@gmail.com Margo P. @ShesNachoMama https://coloniabook.weebly.com/  Our logo was designed by Madeleine Gainey/Studio 39 Marketing Follow on Instagram @Studio39Marketing & @musicalmadeleine 

Game Changers With Vicki Abelson
Michael Gross Live On Game Changers With Vicki Abelso

Game Changers With Vicki Abelson

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 97:10


What a delight going Live with actor, and friend, Michael Gross. A pro, he handled the intro whilst I dealt with FB frustrations. We touched ever so briefly on the pandemic, jumped into Michael's humble beginnings in Chicago, as a lower middle class, parochial school-going alter boy, raised by a fair-minded before his time, father, and a fearless, creative, impromptu mother who inspired and gave permission to Michael and his younger, one day to be SNL success-story, Mary Gross. With a mid-western work ethic, a chance role in High School as the comic relief in Oklahoma at an all-girls school wetted Michael's thespian tastes as well as his awareness of where the girls “are.” Pre-med, in a commuter college, he soon found his way to the stage, getting his MFA at Yale School of Drama, which led to three years in Louisville Rep, Regional Repertory, Yale Rep, before finding his way to NY, with dollars saved and the ability to say, “no.” Like to co-starring with Richard Gere in what would be his first Broadway play… or did he? Great story there. Great stories everywhere. Ali McGraw, Sidney Lumet, Cloris Leachman (A Girl Named Sooner), Woody Allen, John Carpenter, Sylvia Sidney, Jason Robards, Bette Davis, Angela Lansbury… how he got to Hollywood, Family Ties, his one day wife, Elza, who negotiated his first contract there for the other side, his next, on his side, and how that success led to his being able to say “no,” in Hollywood. There were loads of “yes's,” Tremors! All 7 of ‘em, and the TV show, and why that appealed. We touched on Grace and Frankie, The Affair, and left a plethora of other outstanding work for another day. I cajoled to get Michael, while on vacation with his bride in New Mexico, to agree to this chat. I'll give him a week and let the Part 2 cajoling, I mean charming, commence. Easy, humble, yet self-assured, crazy talented, exceedingly smart, forward-thinking, and fair-minded (both of his parents shining through him), it was mostly great entertainment and laugh-out-loud, fun. I adore this man, and the fine human and artist he is. He brings as much authenticity to the conversation as he does to his work, and that's saying something. Michael Gross Live on Game Changers with Vicki Abelson Wed, 7/21/21, 5 pm PT, 8 pm ET Streamed Live on my Facebook Replay here: https://bit.ly/3iwFa9W All BROADcasts, as podcasts, also available on iTunes apple.co/2dj8ld3 Stitcher bit.ly/2h3R1fla tunein bit.ly/2gGeItj Also on iHeartRadio, SoundCloud, Voox, OwlTail, Backtracks, PlayerFM, Himalaya, Podchaser, and Listen Notes Thanks to Rick Smolke of Quik Impressions, the best printers, printing, the best people people-ing. quikimpressions.com Nicole Venables,of Ruby Begonia Hair Studio Beauty and Products, for tresses like the stars she coifs, and regular people, like me. I love my hair, and I love Nicole. http://www.rubybegoniahairstudio.com/ Blue Microphones and Kevin Walt

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 07.20.21

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 60:57


The Gary Null Show Notes – 07.20.21 ‘The Whole Truth' on Monsanto's Campaign to Discredit Scientists, Deceive Public Internet Companies' $234 Million in Political Spending Harms Efforts to Close Digital Divide: Report With All Its Wisdom, the Human Race Is Killing Itself Congress explores digital identity schemes, WEF-backed public-private collaboration agenda US Cannibals in Haiti How Monopoly Was Invented to Demonstrate the Evils of Capitalism Almost nobody is repaying their student loans Pfizer Plan for COVID Booster Shot Raises Safety Concerns Today's Videos: 1. Censoring Her for Reporting on Hydroxychloroquine: Journalist Ivory Hecker (FOX CLIP) 2. Dr. Darrell DeMello Discusses COVID Outpatient Management start 9 mins in 3.Tucker reacts to Brian Stelter being ‘roasted' by guest on his own show 4. NETWORK, Sidney Lumet, 1976 – I'm Mad As Hell and I'm Not Gonna Take This Anymore!

Verge of the Fringe
My Four Favorite Filmmakers

Verge of the Fringe

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2021


 Hey Dude, I answer your question about my four favorite filmmakers by listing their four best films. I also include plenty of tangents and a short list of honorable mentions.QUOTE: "That movie was freakin' awesome."AUDIO LINKFILMMAKERS: Francis Ford Coppola, Eleanor Coppola, Martin Scorsese, Woody Allen (DQ), Jim Jarmusch, Francois Truffaut, Stanley Kubrick, Sidney Lumet, Paddy Chayefsky, Orson Welles, Alfred Hitchcock, David LynchACTORS/PERFORMERS: Al Pacino, Marlon Brando, Harvey Keitel, Martin Sheen, Gene Hackman, Robert De Niro, Bob Hope, Nick Nolte, Rosanna Arquette, Jerry Lewis, Sandra Bernhard, David Letterman, Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Faye Dunaway, Robert Duvall, Ned Beatty, Peter Finch, Paul Newman, Matt "Money" Smith, Diane KeatonFILMS: The Godfather & Part II (Part III), Apocalypse Now, Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmakers Apocalypse, The Conversation, The Outsiders, Rumble Fish, One from the Heart, Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, Life Lessons, New York Stories, The King of Comedy, Goodfellas, Stranger Than Paradise, Down By Law, Shoot The Piano Player, 400 Blows, Jules and Jim, Dog Day Afternoon, Serpico, Network, The Verdict, Cool Hand Luke, The Hustler, Blue Velvet, Eraserhead, Inland Empire, The Straight Story, Mulholland Drive, Twin Peaks, Twin Peaks: The ReturnPLACES: Hollywood Burbank Airport, Humboldt State UniversityTHINGS: Lucha Libre, KCBS-TV, HBOSOUNDS: footsteps, gravel path, Laguna Sawdust Cowbell Chimes, airplanes, helicopter, birdsGENRE: storytelling, personal narrative, personal journalPHOTO: "Podcast Show Notes Book"RECORDED: June 25, 2021 from the "Wawona Lawn" under the flight path of the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, CaliforniaGEAR: Sony ICD PX370 digital voice recorder and Sony ECM CS3 "tie-clip" microphone.HYPE: "It's a beatnik kinda literary thing in a podcast cloak of darkness." Timothy Kimo Brien (cohost on Podwrecked and host of Create Art Podcast)DISCLAIMER/WARNING: Proudly presented rough, raw and ragged. Seasoned with salty language and ideas. Not for most people's taste. Please be advised.

School of Movies
Murder on the Orient Express

School of Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 123:20


[School of Movies 2021] The second cinematic adaptation of the 1934 mystery by Agatha Christie. When this first emerged in 2017 there was a bit of a sniffy outcry from the press. Why does it even exist? Why re-adapt a book that already had a 1974 film by Sidney Lumet and was a key episode of the David Suchet serials? Since the long-running British TV show and the 40+ year-old movie exist, that should be enough for any potential new audience member! After watching this gobsmackingly sumptuous epic, shot on glorious 65mm film by the always-meticulous Kenneth Brannagh, with a soaring score by Patrick Doyle and a cast so delicious you'll have no room for pudding... we respectfully beg to differ with those critics.  The first 42 minutes of this episode are spoiler-free. After that we delve into the many characters and their motivations. We recommend you see the film first, but if you can't or don't want to, the rest of the show shouldn't really ruin your eventual enjoyment of it. Full disclosure; This show was commissioned by Greg Downing and Toby Jungius, hosts of the Through the Wind Door podcast, which discusses the many stories in The New Century Multiverse. We wanted to chip in for their new microphones, but it felt like greasing the palms of our most prolific critics. So instead we just waived the fee on this one and let them buy their own mics. Guest: Victoria Luna B. Grieve: @VixenVVitch 

Ink to Film
“Makeup Before Wake Up” ITF Watch: Murder on the Orient Express (1974 film)

Ink to Film

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 67:22


Take a ride into cinema history with Sidney Lumet’s adaptation of Agatha Christie’s famous train murder-mystery. In episode 185, Luke & James discuss a star-studded cast (Lauren Bacall, Ingrid Bergman, Sean Connery, John Gielgud, Anthony Perkins, and many more), an iconic filmmaker in his prime, and a story about Albert Finney’s makeup regimen that is so wild it has to be true. Become a Patron for hours of exclusive content & more: www.patreon.com/inktofilm Buy Murder on the Orient Express or any of the other source novels at Ink to Film's bookshop: www.bookshop.org/shop/inktofilm Ink to Film's Twitter, Facebook, Instagram (@inktofilm) Home Base: inktofilm.com  Intro Music: “Black Fingerprint” by Dylan Owen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uk5zngU-aAE

Ink to Film
“The Duchess of Death” ITF Read: Murder on the Orient Express (1934 novel)

Ink to Film

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 63:52


Agatha Christie is the single most best selling fiction author of all time, with 2.3 BILLION copies of her work sold. What makes her work such a sensation with a legion of devoted readers and more still discovering her today? In episode 184, Luke & James discuss the life of the Queen of Mystery herself, delve into her real-life disappearance, and weigh-in on whether or not they played the “game” of this novel in trying to predict who the killer was by the end, before legendary detective Hercule Poirot did it for them. Join them next week as they watch Sidney Lumet’s 1974 adaptation starring Lauren Bacall, Ingrid Bergman, Sean Connery, John Gielgud, and many more! Become a Patron for hours of exclusive content & more: www.patreon.com/inktofilm Buy Murder on the Orient Express or any of the other source novels at Ink to Film's bookshop: www.bookshop.org/shop/inktofilm Ink to Film's Twitter, Facebook, Instagram (@inktofilm) Home Base: inktofilm.com Intro Music: “Black Fingerprint” by Dylan Owen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uk5zngU-aAE

Team Deakins
Carter Burwell - Composer

Team Deakins

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2021 68:19


EPISODE 106 - CARTER BURWELL - Composer Team Deakins speaks with composer Carter Burwell in this episode. Carter is known for his work on NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN, CAROL, and WONDERSTRUCK. We talk in-depth about the experience of working with the Coen Brothers which is where he started his career in composing for film. Working with the Coens is a good challenge because they don’t repeat themselves so it’s new territory every time. He also shares about working with Sidney Lumet on Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead which was a unique experience. We learn how the composer can be asked to help save a scene that isn’t working with the score and how you can do that. We learn a lot about the craft of composing in this episode!

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – March 21, 2021

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2021 188:02


Slippy Joe Biden, busted brackets, Deshaun Watson up to 22 accusers, Andrew Cuomo's dork moves equals 9 accusers, Bhad Bhabie v. Dr. Phil, Name That Guilty Pleasure Tune, and Drew sees famous people.March Madness MUAHAHAHAHAHA: Sister Jean and Loyola Chicago "outprayed" The Fighting Illini, Ohio State blows it, Drew's Hokies lose, MSU sucks, Virginia gets bounced, Jesus defeats Texas and Oregon barely edges VCU... with COVID.Police were looking for a shooter, but found a stabbing at a hotel near the podcast at the Baymont Inn. The story has us looking through hotel reviews.OSU's EJ Liddell has been receiving death threats for losing to Oral Roberts.Tiger Woods didn't even try to brake during his car accident. He was SO CRASHED before he crashed.A whole bunch of woman have jumped on the Deshaun Watson assault train. Some people think it's all a giant conspiracy to keep Watson in Houston. Thankfully legal expert OJ Simpson weighs in on the case.The NCAA women's weight room was under some serious scrutiny, but complaining on social media got the job done.Joe Biden fell up the stairs and it generated many great memes.Drew declares 2021 the 'Year of Piling On'.Teen Vogue employees got their editor fired for her past tweets, but unfortunately forgot to erase their own past tweets.Andrew Cuomo now has nine accusers. Tom Reed wants Cuomo to resign but it turns out he's a creep too.The border is quickly becoming a huge mess.COVID is over, baby! SWAT teams had to take the unruly and scantily clad spring breakers down.Sandra Oh wants everybody to stop being racist towards Asians.Bill de Blasio tried to get ahead of Cuomo in the popularity contest... but it backfires spectacularly.Kylie Jenner (net worth $700,000,000) wants you to pay for her make up artist's medical bills of $120,000.Bella Thorne is engaged. Everyone is wondering what this will do to her OnlyFans account. Hopefully her music career carries her.Bhad Bhabie is calling out Dr. Phil and Turn About Ranch for abuse. Clock is ticking, Phil.Spotify's guilty pleasure list is not a list of guilty pleasure songs, but leads to a battle of Name That Tune between BranDon & Drew.Dave Navarro's documentary, Mourning Son, is about the murder of his mother.Drew thinks every famous person in the world (Flea, Sidney Lumet, etc...) is in the audience of Paul McCartney and Ringo. They weren't.Flea, Kevin Sorbo, David Lee Roth or Rob Thomas? You decide.The listener made "Drew and Mike Show Drop Bracket" is into the championship.Demi Lovato is "California sober".Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

Filmspotting: Reviews & Top 5s
#818: Network (7 From '76) / Oscar Nominations / Laura ('40s Noir #3)

Filmspotting: Reviews & Top 5s

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2021 115:27


A primal scream from the post-Watergate American malaise, NETWORK is a movie entirely of its time that manages to speak directly to ours. Adam and Josh continue their 7 From '76—Best Year Ever series with Sidney Lumet's Best Picture nominee, debating the effectiveness of Paddy Chayefksy's bracing, if occasionally overwritten, script and praising the extraordinary cast (which received five Oscar noms). Plus, Otto Preminger's LAURA, the third film in the '40s Noir Marathon; and Filmspotting Madness Elite 8 matchups. 0:00 - Billboard 1:31 - 7 From '76—Best Year Ever: "Network" "San Simeon Waltz" (from "Mank") 49:43 - Oscar Nominations 57:46 - Next Week / Notes / Giveaways 1:11:55 - Filmspotting Madness, Elite 8 1:28:46 - '40s Noir #3: "Laura" 1:48:13 - Outro  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices