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This week we welcome back Mark Monstroski to head to the stars! We discuss the newly released 'Napoleon', the 2019 film year, and we give 'Ad Astra' a re-watch. We're a positive film podcast who buzzes each other with drink penalties when we speak negatively, and Mark is our most buzzed guest three times over! What did we think of Ridley Scott's new biopic, starring Joaquin Phoenix and Vanessa Kirby, and what did we think of James Gray's “Heart of Darkness in space”, starring Brad Pitt, Tommy Lee Jones, Ruth Negga, and Donald Sutherland? Well, liking a pair of movies doesn't mean we didn't drink a lot. Find all of our Socials at: https://linktr.ee/theloveofcinema. 0:00 Intro, Napoleon, Disney Gripes; 21:21 2019 + Ad Astra; Our phone number is 646-484-9298, it accepts texts or voice messages. Find The Matt and Mark Movie Show here: https://linktr.ee/mattandmarkmovieshow Additional Cast/Crew: Tahar Rahim, Rupert Everett, Mark Bonnar, Paul Rhys, Ben Miles, David Scarpa, Martin Phipps, Darius Wolski, John Ortiz, Ravi Kapoor, Liv Tyler, Natasha Lyonne, Ethan Gross, Max Richter, Hoyte Van Hoytema. Dasein on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/77H3GPgYigeKNlZKGx11KZ Dasein on Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/dasein/1637517407 Additional Tags: Australia, Queensland, Melbourne,Disney, Walt Disney Studios, The British, England, The SEC, Space, Gravity, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Captain Phillips, Charlie Kaufman, Ronald Reagan, Stock Buybacks, Marvel, MCU, DCEU, Film, Movies, America, The US, Academy Awards, WGA Strike, SAG-AFTRA, SAG Strike.
this is a comedy ""podcast"" btw believe it or not. It is a joke, it is parody, it is satire. It is not serious; it is not meant to be taken seriously. I do not condone the physical harming or even light harassment of real estate agents in any way shape or form. Do not call, text, or email Jeffrey Doussan or Keller Williams of New Orleans. Do not write funny bad reviews on yelp or google or furnished finder. Do not send pipe bombs or bomb threats to his house or any of his listed properties. I mean it! If you do any of these things you will be banned from podcasts forever. Thank you enjoy the show. Looking at rentals is really fun cuz real estate agents and property managers are some of the most redacted and oblivious people you have to trust with your livelihood. Recently I had scheduled to see a place and the guy no showed, no contact I messaged and emailed him multiple times and 3 days later he texted "apologies out of town." He then proceeds to try to reschedule immediately for the next day at 11am I say can we do 2pm he says no we can't let's do Monday 2pm I say okay Monday 2pm he says great I say great and then he says actually we can do tomorrow Friday 2pm i say perfect cool then Friday at 11am he says you must think we're crazy but we're actually just short-handed can you do monday 2pm and then i showed up today Monday at 2pm and the guy is 10 minutes late, I text the guy and he said "oh Philip's not there?" Philip the minion shows up within 1 minute of me texting, Philip says haha it's good thing our office is right around the corner and he points to a building literally right behind the rental and gives me the dorkiest fcking smile and I want to drown Philip in a puddle. We go to open the door and he doesn't have the right keypad code. I stand around in the rain for about 5 minutes while he calls and texts people and then he's like oh we can just try the other side of the duplex and I asked if the other side is the same layout and price and furnishings and he said no so I said no and so we sat in the rain for another 5 minutes and he finally gets the code and we go in. It looks like the last tenant had just left, all the lights and tvs are on and trash cans full, poop splatters on the toilet and it smells like cat piss. Despite this, I message the property manager that I am interested and would like to move forward with my application and he likes my message and says nothing else. $1400/month. a few years ago, a property manager was stunned that I requested to inspect the house before signing a legal document that said we conducted an inspection and told me I was the first person to ever do so. 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What do satellite policy and space movies have in common? For starters, space debris often plays a key role in both. In this episode of On Orbit, we talk about regulation and space movies with Henry Gola, a partner in Wiley's Telecom, Media & Technology practice. Gola has been part of some of the biggest regulatory developments, like representing the C-Band Alliance before the FCC. He gives a review of some of the top policy issues at the FCC right now, and we dig into the details of the regulatory framework for satellite-to-cell coverage. Gola also leads the “Hosted Payload” series on the Wiley Connected podcast, where he talks about famous space movies with policy experts. We chat about some of his favorites like “2001: A Space Odyssey” and “Gravity,” and how movies have raised awareness of issues like space debris. Hosted Payload link: https://soundcloud.com/wileyconnected
Zdravo. Ker smo ravno v teh časih, se spočetka sprašujemo, kako se mošt spremeni v vino, kaj stoji za to čarovnijo in da je pri nekaterih drugih pijačah treba dosti plesat' okol' soda, da v še ne-alkoholno pijačo stopi tisto božje, kar od pijače človek pač pričakuje. Alkohol, torej. Ugotovimo, da rastemo in da se učimo, najdemo komad tedna in še enega in se po kratkem odvodu do Odiseje 2001 posvetimo poglavju, kjer Vodnik (ptič) razloži Random, kaj je to vzvratno inženirstvo. Tudi o filtrih, generalštabu in Fordu Prefectu je govora. Vmes se spomnimo tudi na dilemo, kaj je vprašanje in kaj je odgovor in ugotovimo da so trenutno vsi božkji operaterji zasedeni.
Hello there, Leias and Jedimen! Yaddle Chattle (A Star Wars Podcast) is back with electricity and controversy as Darth David and Jedi Jared start the show with Dave fired up and no Padawans are safe! Darth David is mad as hell at stupid comments online and he's not gonna take it anymore! Jedi Jared backs David for a change and Yaddle gets back on track as a result with an exciting episode! Kevin Feige says his future Star Wars movie is DEAD! We look at all of the canceled projects of the Saga under Kathleen Kennedy's watch! Bob Iger thinking about licensing some Disney properties to Netflix...does this include S.W.? George Lucas talks about 2001: A Space Odyssey and a shot from that film that inspired a shot in A New Hope! Anthony Daniel selling a bunch of C-3PO stuff! And more! It's an insane and energetic and awesome episode, baby! Enjoy it right now! And may the Force be with you!
The return of the harbinger of tomb! In this episode: William brushes off the sand from this movie's production history Jason uncovers the plot from the crypt while avoiding the Pharaoh's Curse! And Kharis is never gonna get his graduate degree at the Boston University. ------ Music by RoccoW: Welcome! (RoccoW) / CC BY-SA 3.0 Sweet Self Satisfaction (RoccoW) / CC BY-SA 3.0 Local Forecast - Slower by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3988-local-forecast---slower License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Audio clips from movies: The Day the Earth Stood Still, The Wolf Man, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Godzilla (1954), Invisible Man, Frankenstein (1931) Audio clips from movies: The Mummy's Tomb (1942) Babylon 5 theme, Seaquest DSV theme (John Debney/Don Davis), Courage the Cowardly Dog, Ducktales theme, Friday the 13th original theme, Jaws Theme Song, Mad World (Gary Jules), Dracula (1931), Run Through the Jungle - Creedence Clearwater Revival, Shadow the Hedgehog (2005), Lethal Lava Land & Shifting Sand Land - Super Mario 64, VeggieTales Theme Song, WombatNoisesAudio - The Legend of Narmer. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cinematic-fantastic/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cinematic-fantastic/support
The return of the harbinger of tomb! In this episode: William brushes off the sand from this movie's production history Jason uncovers the plot from the crypt while avoiding the Pharaoh's Curse! And Kharis is never gonna get his graduate degree at the Boston University. ------ Music by RoccoW: Welcome! (RoccoW) / CC BY-SA 3.0 Sweet Self Satisfaction (RoccoW) / CC BY-SA 3.0 Local Forecast - Slower by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3988-local-forecast---slower License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Audio clips from movies: The Day the Earth Stood Still, The Wolf Man, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Godzilla (1954), Invisible Man, Frankenstein (1931) Audio clips from movies: Return of The Vampire (1943) Chopin - Prelude in E Minor (Op. 28, No. 4) --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cinematic-fantastic/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cinematic-fantastic/support
Its almost Halloween, and we've decided to take a look at one of the creepier space odysseys out there, 2001! Stanley Kubrick's vision for a space movie is quite unique! Come join us as we discuss with a 2023 eye! Patreon: patreon.com/thesidebarcantina Our Links: https://bio.link/thesidebarcantina Check out this new board game, SALVAGE: Deep Space, that Dave was attempting to talk about and Patron Frederick Martin has his face in! https://www.3301.games/salvage-deep-space On IG @3301games Tell them the Sidebar Cantina sent you!
"Death to Videodrome! Long live the New Flesh!" It was perhaps inevitable that the modern Weird, driven as it is to swallow all things, would sooner or later veer into the realm of political sloganeering without losing any of its unknowable essence. David Cronenberg's 1983 film Videodrome is more than a masterwork of body horror: it is a study in technopolitics, a meditation on the complex weave of imagination and perception, and a prophecy of the now on-going coalescence of flesh and technology into a strange new alloy. In this episode, recorded live after a screening of the film at Indiana University Cinema (https://cinema.indiana.edu/index.html) in Bloomington, JF and Phil set out to interpret Cronenberg's vision... and come to dig the New Flesh. Support us on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/weirdstudies). Buy the Weird Studies sountrack, volumes 1 (https://pierre-yvesmartel.bandcamp.com/album/weird-studies-music-from-the-podcast-vol-1) and 2 (https://pierre-yvesmartel.bandcamp.com/album/weird-studies-music-from-the-podcast-vol-2), on Pierre-Yves Martel's Bandcamp (https://pierre-yvesmartel.bandcamp.com) page. Listen to Meredith Michael and Gabriel Lubell's podcast, Cosmophonia (https://cosmophonia.podbean.com/). Visit the Weird Studies Bookshop (https://bookshop.org/shop/weirdstudies) Find us on Discord (https://discord.com/invite/Jw22CHfGwp) Get the T-shirt design from Cotton Bureau (https://cottonbureau.com/products/can-o-content#/13435958/tee-men-standard-tee-vintage-black-tri-blend-s)! REFERENCES David Cronenberg, Videodrome (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0086541/) Maurice Merleau-Ponty, The Visible and the Invisible (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780810104570) Paul Virilio, The Information Bomb (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9781844670598) Weird Studies, Episode 75 on “2001: A Space Odyssey” (https://www.weirdstudies.com/75) Richard Porton and David Cronenberg, "The Film Director as Philosopher: An Interview with David Cronenberg" (https://www.jstor.org/stable/41690094) George Hickenlooper and David Cronenberg, "The Primal Energies of the Horror Film: An Interview with David Cronenberg" (https://www.jstor.org/stable/41687643) Weird Studies, Episode 144 with Connor Habib (https://www.weirdstudies.com/144) William Friedkin (dir.), The Exorcist (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0070047/) Plato, Timaeus (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780140455045) William Gibson, Idoru (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780425158647) CBC, Yorkville: Hippie Haven (https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/1564883669) Linda Williams, “Film Bodies: Gender, Genre, and Excess” (https://www.jstor.org/stable/1212758)
Here's another terrific show we've binged from start to finish and highly recommend: Derelict. Derelict is a highly immersive sci-fi podcast whose first season, Fathom, will literally leave you breathless. It follows a crew of underwater scientists and engineers who are exploring a mysterious, ancient artifact resembling a giant door, at the bottom of Earth's ocean. To study it and find out what secrets it holds, the galaxy's most powerful corporation has built a massive research base surrounding it, which happens to be operated by an equally powerful and vulnerable AI program. The acting in Derelict is very convincing, especially in the direst of moments. The character interactions are tense and tender, often all at once. And the sound effects…well, you really will feel like you've been transported to the bottom of the ocean, and feel what the characters feel, as they venture into the unknown and struggle against unknown forces. If you love Alien, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and The Martian, you'll hang on every moment in Derelict. The entire first season is available to binge right now, and Season 2 is underway. Our heartfelt thanks for Derelict for its support. Learn more about Derelict here: https://www.derelictpodcast.com And listen to all Derelict episodes here: https://pod.link/1473460202 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ryan and Todd discuss the generic development of science fiction cinema while also addressing its philosophical implications. They include a deeper analysis of Metropolis, The Thing From Another World, Forbidden Planet, and 2001: A Space Odyssey. See: Voyage to the Moon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLVChRVfZ74 Metropolis: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_4no842TX8 Phantom Empire: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Qbf6KX8O98
“I'm sorry Dave, I can't do that.” That's the famously chilling line spoken by HAL, a sentient computer, in Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey. By refusing orders, HAL sets out to kill Dave. Will artificial intelligence do something like this in reality (something on the scale of the Terminator or the Matrix?) Will A.I. put most of us out of work? Or are these concerns overblown? To address these questions, we sit down with Mitch Marcus, a computer scientist and linguist who has been studying A.I. since the 1970s. We discuss how programs like Chat GPT work, what he thinks governments should do to regulate A.I., and what it means for A.I. to succeed. He also shares how the study of Talmud and Zohar has informed his understanding of how language works and how Jewish ethics can guide social policy surrounding A.I. He breaks down the difference between a computer and the mythical Golem. Theme song, “Ilu Finu” by Rabbi Miriam Margles. Her album This is the Day is available for purchase at CDBaby: https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/miriammarglesandthehadarensemb Visit our home on the web — Evolve: Groundbreaking Jewish Conversations: http://evolve.reconstructingjudaism.org Subscribe by Email at http://subscribebyemail.com/evolve.fireside.fm/rss Read these show notes on the web at https://evolve.fireside.fm/1 This podcast is produced by Reconstructing Judaism. Visit us at ReconstructingJudaism.org (https://ReconstructingJudaism.org). Special Guest: Mitch Marcus.
For as popular and perennial as Alfred Hitchcock's PSYCHO is, 62 years after its initial release, Secret Movie Club founder.programmer Craig Hammill feels it is still underrated. In many ways, Craig feels PSYCHO is the 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY of horror movies. That is-a movie which changed the cinematic form, created new film language, and in many ways, has never been surpassed. We take a look at the history of PSYCHO including Hitchcock's own doubts that it worked. We also look at how Hitchcock micromanaged brilliantly hiding the twist until its opening weekend and how Hitchcock used his five decades of film craft to take his "Subjective POV" style to its zenith. Finally, we discuss the unsettling and surprisingly complex world view of the movie which is neither optimistic nor cynical but stranger. A worldview that approximates the complexities of our own world.
Greetings from DC! OK, hope all you 2001: A Space Odyssey fans got a chuckle and no HAL9000 is not joining this edition of the podcast! We have a much better guest, Suresh Venkatasubramanian who co-authored the Biden administration's Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights. We've all seen Artificial Intelligence or "AI" making headlines recently, and it's raising critical questions: * How will AI impact our daily lives? * And just how do we regulate it to limit what seems like serious risks? * How do we make sure Big Tech interests do not use “digital trade” agreements to pre-empt AI accountability? Join us for Part One of a special two-part Rethinking Trade series on AI, where we delve into these pressing issues. In this episode, Rethink Trade's Lori Wallach and Daniel Rangel engage in a discussion with Professor Suresh Venkatasubramanian who is now with Brown University after serving as Assistant Director for Science and Justice in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Together, we explore what AI actually is, its real-world applications, how it is affecting us right NOW, and how governments can help limit its threats and maximize its benefits. In Part 1 of this fascinating conversation with Suresh, you'll gain a deeper understanding of what AI is and how it could shape our future.
Fantasizing is Clemens Schick's life force. While firmly established in the film world the talented actor and writer could also see himself as a monk, dancer, a farmer or a B&B owner. Clemens also talks about the intense experience of watching Space Odyssey as a twelve-year-old, the process of procrastination and the happiness of silence. Enjoy our latest #Short Take episode! Find out more about Clemens and his latest work: https://agentur-lambsdorff.de/schauspieler/clemens-schick/ http://clemensschick.com/ You can find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shorttake/?hl=de © Pascal Buenning
Finally giving some attention to my thesis, Baumann's "First Principles of Science," the creative and the receptive in Yijing and Timaeus, the merits of the new Netflix film "Fair Play," and reevaluating the economy of storytelling in Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey."
“Machine intelligence is the last invention that humanity will ever need to make...” - Nick Bostrom Episode 33 - Erik Slader and Justin Ache are joined by Leo Allen Jr. from the Voluntary Input Podcast - to talk about the history, ethics, potential dangers, and hopes for the future of Artificial Intelligence systems. Will A.I. destroy the world? Find out today! And be sure to check out all the amazing / hilarious "A.I. History Artwork" that our listeners and fellow podcasters sent in! Also on this Episode: Epik WINS of History: Alan Turing The Rise and Fall of Google's "Stadia" (2019-2023) Elon Musks's "Star Link" satellite internet Pop-Culture Clips / Music / References: "2001: A Space Odyssey" (1968), "Blade Runner" (1982), "WarGames" (1983), "Star Trek: The Next Generation" - S2E9: 'The Measure of a Man' (1989), "Terminator 2: Judgement Day" (1991), "The Matrix" (1999), "Battlestar Galactica" (2004-2009), Disney's "TRON: Legacy" (2010), "Watson and the Jeopardy! Challenge" - IBM Research (2013), "HER" (2013), "West World" (2016 - 2022), "M3GAN" (2022), etc Outro Music / Segment Jingles by DeftStroke Sound! Listen to our previous 'Digital Age' episodes: E15 - "The 20th Anniversary of Y2k", and E22 - "A History of Hackers and Digital Heists" for more! Listen to “Robopocalypse” by Daniel H. Wilson on Audible (click here for a free trial)! Follow / Message Me on Social Media: E-mail: ErikSlader@gmail.com Twitter: @ErikSlader @EpikFailsdotcom Instagram: @ErikSlader @EpikFailsOfHistory All 4 EPIC FAILS books are now available on Amazon! You can also support me here: BuyMeACoffee.com/EpikFails! This podcast is a production of the We Can Make This Work (Probably) Network follow us to keep up with this show and discover our many other podcasts!
Build a prop replica of the iconic HAL 9000 interface panel from the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey. Powered by the Adafruit RP2040 PropMaker Feather and CircuitPython, this project uses our enormous red arcade button to trigger audio samples. HAL 9000 Learn Guide https://learn.adafruit.com/hal-9000-rp2040-prop-maker RP2040 PropMaker Feather https://www.adafruit.com/product/5768 Red LED Arcade Button https://www.adafruit.com/product/1185 3W Speaker https://www.adafruit.com/product/4445
Build a prop replica of the iconic HAL 9000 interface panel from the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey. Powered by the Adafruit RP2040 PropMaker Feather and CircuitPython, this project uses our enormous red arcade button to trigger audio samples. HAL 9000 Learn Guide https://learn.adafruit.com/hal-9000-rp2040-prop-maker RP2040 PropMaker Feather https://www.adafruit.com/product/5768 Red LED Arcade Button https://www.adafruit.com/product/1185 3W Speaker https://www.adafruit.com/product/4445
As we await the promotional engine to begin revving up for Alien Romulus, a listener and friend of the show, Adam Ezekiel of Nostrum Crew reached out to us with an episode pitch. Adam's idea was to explore Dan O'Bannon & Ridley Scotts ALIEN by discussing what made it such a watershed moment in cinema history. From Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey to 1951's The Day the Earth Stood Still, Christian, Patrick, Jaime and Adam jump into an immersion of sights, sounds and horror that is singular to Alien. Join us. To explore more from Adam Ezekiel's costume replica line, be sure to go to nostromocrew.com and check out his work. The only other place you will see work this expertly crafted is in 1979's ALIEN. // Apple Podcasts: bit.ly/perfectorganismitunes // For more on this and our other projects, please visit www.perfectorganism.com. // If you'd like to join the conversation, find us on our closed Facebook group: Building Better Worlds // To support the show, please consider visiting www.perfectorganism.com/support. We've got some great perks available! // And as always, please consider rating, reviewing, and sharing this show. We can't tell you how much your support means to us, but we can hopefully show you by continuing to provide better, more ambitious, and more dynamic content for years to come.
DIE ANOTHER DAY - pre-title sequence decoded! We know that Tom hates DIE ANOTHER DAY, but strangely, he has some kind things to say about this pre-title sequence. Hint: Tom likes hovercraft, surfing, and flamethrowers. Interestingly, Dan has more negative thoughts in this episode than Tom does, and he doesn't hate the movie. Take a listen as they decode this very different pre-title sequence! What makes this pre-title to DIE ANOTHER DAY unique? Is it better than the movie itself? Is James Bond really Bond-like here? Does size matter? Could James Bond have been less prepared for this mission? What do those Korean words on the signs mean? What tie-in does Tom find with Stanley Kubrick's movie 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY? What other movies have had hovercraft chases? Also, find out the Bond-esque nickname for the big wave surfing area called Pe'ahi, on Maui, Hawaii, where they filmed the opening surfing scene. So, have a listen and you'll “Be in the Know.,” as we hover over some of the landmines in this different pre-title sequence! You can check out all of our podcast episodes on your favorite podcast app or our website. Our channel name is CRACKING THE CODE OF SPY MOVIES. Ideas/Comments? Info@cracking-the-code-of-spy-movies.com Webpage: https://bit.ly/3PNodsq In the episode, we mention this video from MythBusters.
It's time to visit a classic movie; the sort of movie that everyone wants to have seen but somehow don't find time to watch it. Stanley Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey" lies at the intersection of incredible and incredibly boring. Those who start it wish they hadn't and those who finish it are glad they did. Thanks to some prompting from a fellow film nerd, Sean de Moura, Josh and Elijah have begun to catch up on some of these cinema-defining movies starting with this one. Listen in as Josh, Elijah, and Sean think together about the meaning of "2001: A Space Odyssey". For more movie recommendations and commentary, go to our website, www.FoxfireFarmhouse.com. If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for future episode topics, reach out to us on Facebook or Instagram or email us at email@example.com. Cheers!
SynopsisOn today's date in 1992, one of the strangest — and some would say most strikingly original — violin concertos of the late 20th century had its premiere performance in Cologne, Germany. It was written by Transylvanian-born Hungarian composer György Ligeti.Ligeti became famous in the West when some of his music appeared in the 1968 Stanley Kubrick film 2001: A Space Odyssey. Kubrick used Ligeti's music to evoke the eerie and empty vastness of outer space. And, in fact, Ligeti was fascinated by the sounds traditional orchestral instruments make when pressed to the extreme limits of their range — their own sonic “outer limits.” There's some of that in Ligeti's 1992 Violin Concerto, plus a dash of the traditionally melancholic Hungarian strain familiar from the music of Ligeti's famous compatriot Béla Bartók. Finally, tossed in for good measure, is Ligeti's puckish fondness for thumbing his nose at life, the universe and traditional concert hall decorum.As if to counterbalance his melancholic strain, or perhaps just express it in a more surprising way, there's a good deal of the clown in Ligeti, who includes a chorus of ocarinas in the score of his Violin Concerto.Music Played in Today's ProgramGyörgy Ligeti (1923-2006) Violin Concerto - Saschko Gavrilov, violin; Ensemble InterContemporain; Pierre Boulez, cond. DG 439 808
Today Dr. David Baltrus, Associate Professor of Plant Sciences at the University of Arizona, talks with us about how his laboratory studies bacteria that battle one another; the first rule of this fight club is that EVERYONE talks about Microbial Fight Club. Host: Mark O. Martin Guest: David Baltrus Subscribe: Apple Podcasts, Spotify Become a patron of Matters Microbial! Links for this episode Here is a wonderful and easy to read essay about bacterial predators, including Bdellovibrio, from Scientific American. “2001: A Space Odyssey” remains an important motion picture. The animated movie “The Iron Giant” is entertaining and has important messages. Kaitlin Kariko, Drew Weissman, and the 2023 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine. Jo Handelsman's wonderful “Tiny Earth” program, helping students to search for new antibiotic producing bacteria. Elio Schaechter's absolutely essential guide/view of the changing microbial landscape in terms of organizing our knowledge. A nice introductory review of tailocins. A more exhaustive review of talocins. A really interesting article on this topic—and how tailocins might be used in agriculture— from Dr. Baltrus' laboratory. Dr. Baltrus' laboratory website can be found here. Intro music is by Reber Clark Send your questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our newest episode is a Late Nights at Blockbuster on Enemy of the State. While this was a very successful movie as far as box office, it didn't really stay in the public conscious. TMNT III and 2001: A Space Odyssey catch some strays in the middle of this pod. As he always does, Byers brings a Friends guest star into Recognize My Face. We also discuss how Anna Gunn can't escape being cast in unlikeable roles. Intro/Outro music by friend of the podcast Seth Gilbertson. Find more music at iTunes (https://music.apple.com/us/artist/seth-gilbertson/1155231950) and YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/user/sethgilbertson/videos)
On today's episode of the Occult Symbolism and Pop Culture with Isaac Weishaupt podcast we have October's BONUS show (for all supporter feeds) where we will look at a documentary called Kubrick by Kubrick! We'll look at some old interview and archived clips of Kubrick explaining to us what his films meant! We'll talk about divine channeling, confirmation of the occult Jungian shadow side, confirmed symbolism of duality, sex and death rituals all through the lens of his popular films such as 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, Eyes Wide Shut and more!NOW UP AD-FREE ONLY ON SUPPORTER FEEDS!Links:SUPPORTER FEEDS: Go ad-free with 160+ bonus episodes, early access and books!Patreon.com/IlluminatiWatcher,VIP Section (*with comparsion of Apple vs Patreon vs VIP vs Rokfin): https://illuminatiwatcher.com/members-section/Apple Podcasts Premium! You can now go ad-free with ALL the bonus episodes on the Apple app- just open up the podcast and subscribe!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3200989/advertisement
This week @adafruit we're prototyping the Fraz-Wrench from FNAF: Security Breach Ruin with RP2040 PropMaker Feather and CircuitPython! In progress is the HAL 9000 prop from 2001: A Space Odyssey. Checking out this week's makes from the community. The timelapse this week features an articulating snap flex skeletal snake designed by MIMETICS3D. Halloween 2023 YouTube Video https://youtu.be/bszQ9XToU_8 Adafruit RP2040 PropMaker Feather: https://www.adafruit.com/product/5768 Community Makes: https://www.printables.com/model/542429-lightsaber-rp2040/comments/1169408 https://www.instagram.com/p/Cx1S0E6rHVJ/?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA== https://www.printables.com/model/542429-lightsaber-rp2040/comments/1159446 https://www.printables.com/model/7271-heat-set-insert-press/comments/1153757 3D Parts Library on GitHub - https://github.com/adafruit/Adafruit_CAD_Parts Timelapse Tuesday Bony Basilisk by MIMETICS3D https://cults3d.com/en/3d-model/art/long-bony-basilisk-snap-flex-articulated-fidget-toy https://youtu.be/sxEzDAg1XJs
I've waited a long time to get Satish onto the podcast. What he was developing was unbelievable in menswear. It's a dream job, menswear with Science in what way? Well, if you think about it, everything has science involved. Satish is the creative director of Vollebak and has his own design consultancy company called Hst Creative. We talk about how it all began from going to the Royal College of Art and how he became the head designer director of Adidas, then Puma. Now he is working for one of the most inspirational brands in menswear, developing things only we could imagine the touch of Space and how menswear has been taken to a direction that we could only imagine but Satish and his team are developing the unimaginable substance that would only come across by scientists. I would say they are scientists of menswear welcome to Menswear Space Odyssey. Join me in this fascinating conversation about how science has a huge impact in the world of menswear. You can find Satish Tailor here www.vollebak.com www.hstcreative.co.uk
Senior Writer Aaron Sarnecky and Senior TV Columnist Josh Sarnecky are here to talk about Gravity for its 10th anniversary. Gravity is a space thriller film directed by Alfonso Cuarón, who co-wrote the film with his son Jonás Cuarón. It opened in theaters on October 4, 2013. In the film, astronauts Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) and Matt Kowalski (George Clooney) must find a way home after a collision with a satellite leaves them stranded and unable to reach Mission Control (Ed Harris). Gravity was a box office hit, grossing $723 million on an estimated $100 million budget. It was nominated for 10 Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Actress. Its wins include Best Director, Best Original Score, Best Visual Effects, and Best Cinematography. Aaron and Josh talk about the movie's plot, performances, effects, and use of 3D. They also discuss the film's scientific accuracy and the companion short film Aningaaq. For another space movie, you can listen to Josh and Aaron's podcast on 2001: A Space Odyssey. Gravity is available on Prime Video and Apple TV
On episode 203 of The AwardsWatch Podcast, Executive Editor Ryan McQuade is joined by AwardsWatch contributors Nicole Ackman and Dan Bayer to give out their Top 5 Sci-Fi films of all time. Before the team gets into the Top 5 for this week, they discuss the historic deal that the WGA was able to make with the major film studios. In an important step in the right direction, the 148-day strike came to an end on September 27, with the writers getting a three-year deal that met every important demand that they wanted, including better pay, full transparency when it comes to streaming numbers, and the avoidance of A.I being a part of writer's rooms and letting creatives still run their own projects. While SAG-AFTRA is still looking to make their own deal and their strike is still ongoing, this is a huge win for not just the WGA but workers and unions all around this country. Moving on from this very important news, Ryan, Nicole and Dan move on to talk about their Top 5 Sci-Fi films, a topic inspired by the release of The Creator, which Nicole reviewed on the website this past week. It is another difficult list for the team to put together, having to consider not just their favorite films in the genre, but which films also honor the genre the best in asking questions about the state of our modern world in mostly futuristic settings. It is one of the richest genres in film history, and the titles selected like Blade Runner, Never Let Me Go, Avatar, The Matrix, Star Wars, Total Recall, Children of Men, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and Back to the Future only scratch the surface in how many wonderful sci-fi films there are, which led to a really great conversation by the team. You can listen to The AwardsWatch Podcast wherever you stream podcasts, from iTunes, iHeartRadio, Soundcloud, Stitcher, Spotify, Audible, Amazon Music and more. This podcast runs 1h50m. We will be back next week with a brand new AwardsWatch Oscar retrospective, talking about the 91st Academy Awards, covering the films of 2018. Till then, let's get into it. Music: “Modern Fashion” from AShamaleuvmusic (intro), “B-3” from BoxCat Games Nameless: The Hackers RPG Soundtrack (outro)
Sega is back with another 'realistic' space game, but will this one live up to the legacy of Astro-Blaster? We also cover more Deco-Cassette games including the first unique take on Pac-Man that we've seen, as well as Route 16 by Tehkan and Epoch by Sirius Software in this week's episode!Website -https://historyofvideogamespodcast.comTwitter - https://twitter.com/HistoryofVideo1Email - email@example.comHosts - Ben & WesMusic - Arranged and recorded by Ben
In this episode, Jaime & Patrick sit down with legendary producer Ivor Powell to discuss his work on Blade Runner, Alien and Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey. From his early days working with Ridley Scott at his production company, to the search for the perfect creature performer for ALIEN, Ivor Powell brings us into his memories of filmmaking, producing and beyond. // For more on this and our other projects, please visit www.bladerunnerpodcast.com // If you'd like to join the conversation, find us on our closed Facebook group: Fields of Calantha. // To support the show, please consider visiting www.bladerunnerpodcast.com/support. We've got some great perks available! // And as always, please consider rating, reviewing, and sharing this show. We can't tell you how much your support means to us, but we can hopefully show you by continuing to provide better, more ambitious, and more dynamic content for years to come.
On this episode, Misha and Taylor speak with Lada Egorova, a Russian filmmaker in Los Angeles who has an ambitious and timely project, creating a TV comedy about Slavic emigres to the US and their culture. The show is titled BLIN, meaning 'pancake' and explores the Russian community and its culture in Los Angeles. As Lada mentions in the episode, one of the inspirations for BLIN is the TV show Ramy on HBO. Learn more here: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7649694/ SYNOPSIS: When New Yorker, Katia, returns to her Russian roots in Los Angeles to help her mother run their grocery store after a debilitating car accident, she quickly finds herself in over her head. As she attempts to reconcile her modern, American lifestyle with her traditional, Russian upbringing, Katia must navigate the quirky and often hilarious customs of her Russian neighborhood, all while trying to keep the store afloat. Katia learns that running a business is hard work, especially when you're trying to find your place in a culture that sometimes feels like a foreign land. ABOUT THE GUEST Lada Egorova's journey into filmmaking started with her performance as a ghost in a student short film, she didn't know much about life and happiness at that time (not that she knows much more now) but she was certain of one thing: she HAD to be on a film set as much as possible. But as she worked on countless projects, she quickly realized she wanted to write her own stories and create complex female characters who would be part of extraordinary adventures, have to fight against impressive forces of life and who would be as fun and inspiring to watch as their male counterparts. She interned at various production companies in France and in the US while she wrote and directed several award-winning short films. One of her latest short film projects PAPOCHKA was selected by the French Film Organization Ciclic to be part of a screenwriting residency, and later got her to receive a film grant for its production. After accumulating a diverse and extensive body of work at a French film university in Paris and being an exchange student at The California State University, she stayed in Los Angeles where she is currently developing her own projects, helping other upcoming filmmakers to produce their films and expanding her photography skills by working with diverse artists. Visit her website at https://ladaegorova.wixsite.com/website PRODUCER'S NOTE: This episode was recorded on September 21, 2023 via Zoom. If you have questions, comments, or would like to be a guest on the show, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch! CREDITS Host/Associate Producer: Misha Simanovskyy (@MSimanovskyy) Host/Assistant Producer: Taylor Helmcamp Associate Producer: Cullan Bendig (@cullanwithana) Assistant Producer: Sergio Glajar Production Assistant: Faith VanVleet Production Assistant: Eliza Fisher Supervising Producer: Nicholas Pierce Recording, Editing, and Sound Design: Michelle Daniel Main Theme by Charlie Harper @charlieharpermusic and additional background music by Broke for Free, Joey Hendrixx, Nu Tiel Records) Sound bites from 2001 A Space Odyssey, Rocky IV, Star Trek, and Snatch Executive Producer & Creator: Michelle Daniel (@MSDaniel) www.msdaniel.com DISCLAIMER: Texas Podcast Network is brought to you by The University of Texas at Austin. Podcasts are produced by faculty members and staffers at UT Austin who work with University Communications to craft content that adheres to journalistic best practices. The University of Texas at Austin offers these podcasts at no charge. Podcasts appearing on the network and this webpage represent the views of the hosts, not of The University of Texas at Austin. https://files.fireside.fm/file/fireside-uploads/images/9/9a59b135-7876-4254-b600-3839b3aa3ab1/P1EKcswq.png Special Guest: Lada Egorova.
This sequel to Stanley Kubrick's visionary masterpiece 2001: a Space Odyssey is a frustrating, uneven, but ultimately enjoyable and well-done science fiction film that is more about the need for world peace and space exploration than Kubrick's grappling with the mystery of consciousness and what it means to be human. Not the groundbreaking weirdness of its famous predecessor, but still worth seeing. Starring Roy Scheider, Helen Mirren, John Lithgow, Bob Balaban, Keir Dullea, and Elya Baskin. Written by Arthur C. Clark and Peter Hyams, and directed by Peter Hyams.
This week, Stephen is joined by Will LaPorte to discuss two games considered cult hits, the fear and wonder of the unknown, and doomed 90's marketing strategies. Somehow, it all connects. Listen to more of Will's music here: ghostdown.bandcamp.com Discussed: Fallout New Vegas, Earthbound, 2001: A Space Odyssey---Find us everywhere: https://intothecast.onlineJoin the Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/intothecast---Follow on Threads: https://threads.net/@intothecastFollow on Tumblr: https://intothecast.tumblr.com---Follow Stephen Hilger: https://stephenhilgerart.com/Follow Brendon Bigley: https://threads.net/@brendonbigleyProduced by AJ Fillari: https://bsky.app/profile/ajfillari.bsky.social---Season 6 Cover Art by Scout Wilkinson: https://scoutwilkinson.myportfolio.com/Theme song by Will LaPorte: https://instagram.com/ghostdownphoto---Timecodes: (00:00) - Intro (01:33) - The 'S' stands for Sisyphus // The Xbox Series S & Gamepass (12:33) - When Brendon's away the hosts will play (video games from 10 years ago) // Fallout: New Vegas (38:42) - SPOILERS FOR FALLOUT NEW VEGAS ENDING (42:40) - Have you heard of this game Starfield?? // Fallout: New Vegas (54:53) - SPOILERS FOR A COMPANION QUEST // Fallout: New Vegas (57:17) - More like New Meangas // Fallout: New Vegas (01:11:43) - Into the Aether with Stephen and Bwilrendlon! (01:13:29) - The Porky Tier (idk is this an Earthbound joke?) // Earthbound (01:39:23) - SPOILERS FOR 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (01:40:22) - 1994: An Earth Odyssey // Earthbound (01:43:50) - JUMPCUT to: // Fallout New Vega (01:46:01) - Wrapping up ---Thanks to all of our amazing patrons including our Eternal Gratitude members: | Jim W | Susan H | Olivia K | Dan S | Zach D | Dominick N | Brett S | Evan B | Robert L | min2 | Aaron G | Matthew S | Erik M | Brady H | Joshua J | Tony L | Danny K | Shanna P | Seth MC | Adam B | Andy H | Demo | Maxwell L | Spiritofthunder | Jason W | Jason T | Corey T | Minnow Eats Whale | Caleb W | Jesse W | Mike T | Codes | Wesley | Erik B | Butterfly B | Gabe O | Lasse B | Jeff N | Sergio L | ninjadeathdog | Rory B | A42PoundMoose | Mr Andrew S | Peter | Stellar.Bees | Brendan K | Scott R | wreckx | Noah OR | Michael G | Arcturus | Chris R | hepahe | Chase A | Anna | Nick Q | Chris M | RB | Karen H | Michaela W | Adam F | Scott H | Lauren H | Ben G | Therese K | jgprinters | Matt H | Murray | Trevor B | David P | Jason K | Bede R | Kamrin H | Andrew D | Kyle S | Philip N ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
In the second part of their conversation, Ann Shafer and printer/publisher Phil Sanders continue talking about the state of the printmaking ecosystem. They talk about why supporting artists is important even if you don't like what they are doing, why that new Julie Mehretu set of etchings costs $250K, the imminent brain drain among our elder printers, and the importance of art and creativity to humanity's survival. Cynthia Bringle (American, born 1939). Blue Covered Jar with Fish. Ceramic. 21 inches tall. Rembrandt (Dutch, 1606–1669). The Three Trees, 1643. Etching, engraving, and drypoint. Plate: 8 3/8 x 10 15/16 in. (21.3 x 27.8 cm.); sheet: 8 3/8 x 11 1/8 in. (21.3 x 28.3 cm.). Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881–1973). Woman with Bangs, 1902. Oil on canvas. 61.3 x 51.4 cm. Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD. Joan Mitchell (American, 1925–1992). Bracket, 1989. Oil on canvas. 102 1/2 x 181 7/8 in. (260.35 x 461.96 cm.). San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA. ©Estate of Joan Mitchell. Julie Mehretu (American, born Ethiopia, 1970). This Manifestation of Historical Restlessness, (from Robin's Intimacy), 2022. 10-panel etching/aquatint from 50 plates. Overall: 93 1/2 x 173 1/8 in. (237.49 x 439.74 cm.). Published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles, CA. Phil Sanders giving tour of the booth of Kingsland Editions at the Baltimore Fine Art Print Fair, 2023. Still from Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey. USEFUL LINKS PS Marlowe https://psmarlowe.com/ Phil's IG @phil_sanders_studio Phil's FB https://www.facebook.com/phil.sanders.printmaking
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This week we talk about the art festival known as Burning Man. Consumption: Mr. Pold - Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid, Tommy Boy, The Sandlot, The Last Legion, The Great Escape, Rebel Without a Cause, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse St. Jimmy - Can't Stop D'Viddy - They Cloned Tyrone, Interview with the Vampire, One Piece, Cowboy Bebop, The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power season 2 Music Provided By: Greg Gibbs / Most Guitars Are Made of Trees Massage / Lydia The Womb / Don't Remind Me
Rhody Recommends brings you a short segment on our off weeks where we tell you what we're reading, watching, and listening to. Everything you hear about in this segment is available at your local library, or freely available online. These recommendations are for cinephiles, a.k.a. movie buffs, a.k.a. anyone who has seen “2001: A Space Odyssey” multiple times just because they love it so much. Check out something from the segment? Be sure to let us know what you think! Featured in this episode: Antkind by Charlie Kaufman Cinema Paradiso Sh*t Actually by Lindy West Theme song: Fashion Chill by Coma-Media --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rhodyradio/message