Bear, Gray, and Kode watch the debut of the Undertaker from Survivor Series 1990. Be sure to watch along with us! Thanks to Wes Anderson for Moments in Time, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, GrayKey Merch, PaperDenimArt and Datingtransformation.com
Poison: Movie Review from the Ray Taylor ShowShow topic: Step into the suspenseful world of 'Poison', a captivating short film by Wes Anderson, based on a story by the renowned Roald Dahl. In this gripping episode, Ray Taylor explores the tense narrative set in India, where an Englishman faces a life-threatening situation with a poisonous snake lying on his stomach. The film unfolds as his associate and a doctor desperately try to save him without provoking the deadly serpent. Ray delves into Anderson's unique directorial approach to Dahl's story, analyzing the film's visual style, character dynamics, and the underlying themes of fear and survival. Tune in for an enthralling discussion on how 'Poison' combines Anderson's artistic vision with Dahl's storytelling prowess.JOIN Inspired Disorder +PLUS Today! InspiredDisorder.com/plus Membership Includes:Ray Taylor Show - Full Week Ad Free (Audio+Video)Live Painting ArchiveEarly Access to The Many FacesMember Only Discounts and DealsPodcast Back Catalogue (14 Shows - 618 Episodes)Ray Taylor's Personal BlogCreative WritingAsk Me AnythingDaily Podcast: Ray Taylor Show - InspiredDisorder.com/rts Daily Painting: The Many Faces - InspiredDisorder.com/tmf ALL links: InspiredDisorder.com/links Genres: Comedy
Happy Thanksgiving! Bear, Gray, Kode, and Parrot make their NCAA and NFL picks. What else is happening in sports? Thanks to Wes Anderson for Moments in Time, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, GrayKey Merch, PaperDenimArt and Datingtransformation.com
Patrick is joined by friend and comedian Joel Edmiston to talk about Wes Anderson's first film. Download this episode here. (41.6 MB) Listen to F This Movie! on Spotify and on Apple Podcasts. Also discussed this episode: The Game (1997), Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (2009), Black Rain (1989), The Hunger Games: Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes (2023), The Retirement Plan (2023), Thanksgiving (2023)
Today on the Podcast we discuss Wes Anderson's Asteroid City as well as his Netflix short films, based on the works of Roald Dahl. FEATURE REVIEW: ASTEROID CITY / NETFLIX SHORT FILMS (9:55) MINOR SPOILERS THROUGHOUT!! RANT & RAVE Paul (15:40) - Silo (Apple) / Home (Apple) Darren (21:40) - Breaking / Pearl - X Ron (26:35) - Revival 69: The Concert that Rocked the World / Infinity Pool / Only the Brave
We return yet again for another Fun Size episode, exclusive for our Patreon supporters! We're back in the studio with Joe Preti, and talking about Martin Scorsese's three hour crime epic, Killers of the Flower Moon, and Wes Anderson's Asteroid … Continue reading →
Ricky Flix and Dr. O. dive into some of the year's most notable releases during TDI's first ever Grab-Bag episode. The boys give their SPOILER-FREE thoughts on Hulu's surprise hit 'No One Will Save You' (4:45), the new Scott Pilgrim series from Edgar Wright (15:47), 'The Holdovers' starring Paul Giamatti (25:15), Wes Anderson's 'The Wonderful Life of Henry Sugar' (35:10), Palm d'OR winner 'Anatomy of a Fall' (42:40), and finally, Best Picture contender 'Past Lives' (53:18).
The Rat Catcher: Movie Review from the Ray Taylor ShowShow topic: Join Ray Taylor for an in-depth analysis of 'The Rat Catcher,' a captivating short film by the visionary Wes Anderson, inspired by a story from the legendary Roald Dahl. Set in a quintessentially English village, this film weaves a tale where a local reporter and a mechanic become entranced by the story of a rat catcher. This enigmatic character shares his ingenious methods for outwitting the cunning rats that plague the village. Dive deep with Ray as he explores Anderson's unique directorial style, the intricacies of the storytelling, and the subtle layers of humor and irony that make this short film a delightful yet thought-provoking experience.JOIN Inspired Disorder +PLUS Today! InspiredDisorder.com/plus Membership Includes:Ray Taylor Show - Full Week Ad Free (Audio+Video)Live Painting ArchiveEarly Access to The Many FacesMember Only Discounts and DealsPodcast Back Catalogue (14 Shows - 618 Episodes)Ray Taylor's Personal BlogCreative WritingAsk Me AnythingDaily Podcast: Ray Taylor Show - InspiredDisorder.com/rts Daily Painting: The Many Faces - InspiredDisorder.com/tmf ALL links: InspiredDisorder.com/links Genres: Comedy
This week I'm honored to have Robert Yeoman, ASC joining the esteemed list of F&R guests! You know Bob from his work with Wes Anderson (all of them), Paul Feig, on Kevin Smith's "Dogma", and many many more amazing films. Enjoy! Follow F&R on all your favorite social platforms! You can directly support Frame & Reference by Buying Me a Coffee Frame & Reference is supported by Filmtools and ProVideo Coalition. Filmtools is the West Coast's leading supplier of film equipment. From cameras and lights to grip and expendables, Filmtools has you covered for all your film gear needs. Check out Filmtools.com for more. ProVideo Coalition is a top news and reviews site focusing on all things production and post. Check out ProVideoCoalition.com for the latest news coming out of the industry.
Bear, Gray, and Parrot make their NCAA and NFL picks. What else is happening in sports? Thanks to Wes Anderson for Moments in Time, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, GrayKey Merch, PaperDenimArt and Datingtransformation.com
Cinematographer Robert Yeoman has been a consistent collaborator with director Wes Anderson since the 1990's. Together, Bob and Anderson have crafted a signature visual style that combines meticulous set design, vibrant color palettes, and symmetrical framing. Each frame feels like a carefully composed painting, with every detail thoughtfully arranged to enhance the overall narrative. Bob's latest collaboration with Anderson is the film Asteroid City and a series of short films adapted from the writings of Roald Dahl. Bob was the DP for The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar, The Rat Catcher and Poison. Both the film Asteroid City and the Roald Dahl shorts feature the actors speaking directly to the camera as in a stage play, and props and sets pieces are obviously moved in and out of frame. For the Dahl short films, most of the script is taken directly from Dahl's writing, with the actors reciting the story to the audience. They shot all of the short films in England on two stages right next to each other. While the crew was shooting on one stage, the art department designed and built the stage next to it. Anderson's pre-production process includes the creation of animatics to plan and visualize scenes before shooting begins. An animatic is a series of storyboard images edited together to give a rough preview of the film's pacing and visual composition. Once the animatic is complete, everyone on the creative team is on the same page regarding the visual and narrative direction of the film. The art department then takes the animatic and turns it into a physical space. Since Anderson is so specific about how he wants his compositions to look, Bob usually uses a camera on a dolly track- a steadicam or a technocrane can't get the same level of precision. They imported a special dolly track from Paris for shooting the Roald Dahl shorts. Because of the size of the track, some of the sets that had to slide open and closed were built so that they were slightly elevated from the floor. To accommodate the dolly, all of the lights had to be placed in the ceiling and were operated from a main control board. There were many rehearsals with the art and props department to get the set and prop movements right. The actors knew exactly where to position themselves in the scene just from the detailed animatics. The film Asteroid City explores themes of grief, melancholy and disconnection. It melds together two very distinctive looks- the format of a black and white 1950's era TV documentary in 4:3 aspect ratio about a play, “Asteriod City,” which is then intercut with the staging of “Asteroid City” in a sunny desert town, shot in widescreen with bright pastel colors and lighting. The town set was built from scratch, in a desert in Spain. To create the look, they chose to shoot on film, and Bob tested several different film stocks. He embraced the harsh, high contrast desert light as a character in the movie, even though it went against his instincts as a cinematographer. They made the pastel colors pop in the DI (digital intermediate), and gave it more of a low-contrast look. Though it was shot on a set, Anderson didn't want to use any movie lights on Asteroid City. Instead, skylights were built into each of the buildings such as the diner and the motel office. The skylights were then covered with very thick diffusion so that the light was very soft and even. Under the desert sun, bounce cards and the occasional silk was used to throw more light on the actor's faces. By contrast, they used a very complex theatrical lighting setup when shooting the black and white sequences. They used a lot of harder lights on dimmers, and shot on black and white film. Bob finds that the less gear you have on a set coming between the actors and the director, the more intimate the experience. There's always a huge crew for making Anderson's films, but while shooting a scene, there are only about 10 people present.
On Thursday's show: We learn about plans to send 360 inmates from the Harris County Jail to facilities in Mississippi in order to address issues of overcrowding. Also this hour: As Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner completes his time in office, we listen to an excerpt from an hour-long interview with him reflecting on his life and his time as mayor that will air on this week's edition of I See U with Eddie Robinson. Then, the holiday season brings family and friends together, but that can also create the potential for emergencies. We discuss some examples and learn how to be prepared for and prevent them. And, ahead of a sold out event on Friday celebrating the 25th anniversary of the film Rushmore, which was shot here in Houston, we hear from its director, native Houstonian Wes Anderson and hear some of the untold stories from the making of the film, as outlined in a recent article from the Houston Chronicle's Andrew Dansby.
L'émission 28 Minutes du 14/11/2023 Alexandre Desplat, le compositeur oscarisé qui met le cinéma en musique La musique de John Williams dans « Star Wars » a été une « claque auditive » et un véritable déclic. Compositeur récompensé plus de soixante fois et auteur d'une centaine de bandes originales, Alexandre Desplat baigne depuis l'enfance dans la musique et le cinéma. Notamment connu pour avoir remporté un BAFTA, un Oscar et un Grammy pour « The Grand Budapest Hotel » de Wes Anderson — qu'il a accompagné avant sur « Moonrise Kingdom », ou ensuite sur « L'Île aux chiens » — le chef d'orchestre a aussi collaboré avec Jacques Audiard, Roman Polanski, Stephen Frears ou George Clooney. « Mon travail, [...] ce n'est pas d'écrire de la musique, mais de comprendre le langage du metteur en scène. » Dans « Musique et cinéma », publié aux éditions Bayard, Alexandre Desplat raconte son parcours, entre sensibilité et extrême rigueur. Donald Trump favori des sondages : l'inévitable retour aux affaires en 2024 ? À moins d'un an de l'élection présidentielle américaine, un candidat est donné favori face à Joe Biden : Donald Trump. Dans un sondage publié par le « New York Times », l'ancien président conservateur serait en tête dans le Nevada, l'Arizona, la Géorgie ou encore le Michigan — des États que Joe Biden avait remportés en 2020. Son électorat ne semble ainsi pas tenir rigueur de ses quatre procédures judiciaires en cours, dont un dossier en particulier, qui l'accuse de fraude et de conspiration pour avoir tronqué les résultats de l'élection présidentielle de 2020. En qualifiant son procès comme « la plus grande chasse à l'homme de tous les temps », Donald Trump se pose même en victime devant son électorat. Alors que 71 % des Américains jugent Joe Biden « trop vieux » pour se représenter, le retour du milliardaire est-il inévitable ? Nos invités en débattent. Enfin, retrouvez également les chroniques de Xavier Mauduit et Marie Bonnisseau ! 28 Minutes est le magazine d'actualité d'ARTE, présenté par Elisabeth Quin du lundi au jeudi à 20h05. Renaud Dély est aux commandes de l'émission le vendredi et le samedi. Ce podcast est coproduit par KM et ARTE Radio. Enregistrement : 14 novembre 2023 - Présentation : Élisabeth Quin - Production : KM, ARTE Radio
El último vídeo que ha subido a sus redes el Doctorsito Pantallas trata sobre los chuches, que diría Rajoy... Concretamente sobre esos regalices rojos y alargados. El youtuber influencer de gastronomía ha investigado sobre el ingrediente que le confiere su característico color y, para documentarse, ha consultado el libro de cuentos de Roal Dahl que el cineasta Wes Anderson ha adaptado para Netflix.
It's a news heavy episode as we start things off catching up on all the things we've missed the last few weeks. We finish things off talking about the interesting story behind the 1984 martial arts flick, New York Ninja,
Today on the show, Paul and Ben talk about Veteran's Day, venting anger, money for food, commuter trains, gifs, David Caruso, Hudson Hawk is brilliant, Wes Anderson's Roald Dahl's Netflix adaptations, AI lawsuits, remote work, the ex-president's poll numbers, rhymes with Benjamin, Ben's mic issues, the weather, and finally night … Continue reading →
The Swan: Movie Review from the Ray Taylor ShowShow topic: Embark on a journey through the harrowing narrative of 'The Swan' in the latest episode of Ray Taylor's movie review podcast. This poignant tale follows Ernie, a brutish teenager who, after receiving a rifle for his 15th birthday, escalates his schoolyard bullying to terrifying heights. With his loyal friend by his side, Ernie coerces Peter Watson, the school's diligent swot, into life-threatening ordeals that culminate in a twisted attempt to make him 'fly.' Wes Anderson's direction brings an unexpected depth to this dark story, as Peter's plight is transformed into a symbolic act of tragic defiance. Join Ray Taylor as he unpacks the psychological undertones, cinematic techniques, and powerful imagery that give 'The Swan' its haunting resonanceJOIN Inspired Disorder +PLUS Today! InspiredDisorder.com/plus Membership Includes:Ray Taylor Show - Full Week Ad Free (Audio+Video)Live Painting ArchiveEarly Access to The Many FacesMember Only Discounts and DealsPodcast Back Catalogue (14 Shows - 618 Episodes)Ray Taylor's Personal BlogCreative WritingAsk Me AnythingDaily Podcast: Ray Taylor Show - InspiredDisorder.com/rts Daily Painting: The Many Faces - InspiredDisorder.com/tmf ALL links: InspiredDisorder.com/links Genres: Comedy
In this episode, we're excited about two books: The Future by Naomi Alderman and Watership Down: The Graphic Novel by James Sturm & Joe Sutphin. Then Amy from The Perks of Being a Book Lover podcast recommends Wes Anderson's Roald Dahl adaptations on Netflix. Links The Future by Naomi Alderman Visit NaomiAlderman.com and Naomi on Instagram. Naomi Alderman: ‘A writer's job is courage. You've got to be as honest as you can.' Watership Down: The Graphic Novel by James Sturm and Joe Sutphin A New Graphic Novel Version of ‘Watership Down' Aims to Temper Darkness With Hope Wes Anderson's Roald Dahl shorts on Netflix Meet the ‘Little Company' Cast of Wes Anderson's Roald Dahl Short Films Listen to The Perks of Being a Book Lover podcast The Perks of Being a Book Lover on Instagram Our appearance on The Perks of Being a Book Lover Transcript of this episode. The Library of Lost Time is a Strong Sense of Place Production! https://strongsenseofplace.com Do you enjoy our show? Want access to fun bonus content? Please support our work on Patreon. Every little bit helps us keep the show going and makes us feel warm and fuzzy inside - https://www.patreon.com/strongsenseofplace As always, you can find us at: Our site Instagram Facebook Twitter Patreon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bear, Gray, and Parrot discuss the NASCAR Championship. The pod makes their NCAA and NFL picks. What else is happening in sports? Thanks to Wes Anderson for Moments in Time, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, PaperDenimArt and Datingtransformation.com
2023's The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar Chronicles a variety of stories, but the main one follows Henry Sugar, who is able to see through objects and predict the future with the help of a book he stole. The team reviews this Wes Anderson short film, based on the Roald Dahl short story. This is a weird, fun, clever, and short film. We highly recommend you watch it before listening to this episode. Cheapseat Reviews the podcast that explores the Hollywood film industry for the greater good
Bear, Gray, Kode, and Parrot review a list of 9 wrestlers and decide which two to get rid of from wrestling history, who did each of us choose? Thanks to Wes Anderson for Moments in Time, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, PaperDenimArt and Datingtransformation.com
This week! Whoa. This is a lot of episode. It's post-Halloween and we've got some stories! We've also got a shared note simply *brimming* with movies and video games that we *really* want to talk about, and we may have decided to clean it out on this episode.
The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar: Movie Review from the Ray Taylor ShowShow topic: Embark on a mesmerizing journey with Ray Taylor's movie review podcast as he delves into Wes Anderson's 2023 adaptation, 'Roald Dahl's The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar'. This American fantasy short film, based on Dahl's captivating 1977 story, marks the second time Anderson has transformed a Dahl creation into cinematic art, following the success of 'Fantastic Mr. Fox' in 2009. Starring the incredible Benedict Cumberbatch in the lead role, supported by a star-studded ensemble including Ralph Fiennes, Dev Patel, Ben Kingsley, and Richard Ayoade, the narrative spins a tale of greed, mysticism, and the quest for a unique yogic power. Dive deep with Ray into the mind of a wealthy man on a mission to harness a guru's clairvoyant abilities for personal gain. A visually stunning and thought-provoking tale awaits.JOIN Inspired Disorder +PLUS Today! InspiredDisorder.com/plus Membership Includes:Ray Taylor Show - Full Week Ad Free (Audio+Video)Live Painting ArchiveEarly Access to The Many FacesMember Only Discounts and DealsPodcast Back Catalogue (14 Shows - 618 Episodes)Ray Taylor's Personal BlogCreative WritingAsk Me AnythingDaily Podcast: Ray Taylor Show - InspiredDisorder.com/rts Daily Painting: The Many Faces - InspiredDisorder.com/tmf ALL links: InspiredDisorder.com/links Genres: Adventure - Comedy
Welcome to The B-Side from The Film Stage. Here we usually talk about movie stars! Not the movies that made them famous or kept them famous, but the ones that they made in between. Today, we talk to a music supervisor! And one of the great music supervisors! Randall Poster! We discuss his new film Priscilla, how working with Sofia Coppola compares to working with someone like Wes Anderson, and - most importantly - how they chose what music would be in the movie. There's also talk of Poster's early career. There's the film he co-wrote (A Matter of Degrees) in 1990 and the early indies he made with Christine Vachon (including Office Killer). There's also Maid in Manhattan, directed by past guest Wayne Wang. Finally, Poster worked on the criminally-underrated indie Diggers, which you should watch. This is a fun, special episode about the kind of crew member who rarely get the credit they deserve. Poster is at the top of his craft, with premier work in theaters now (Priscilla and also Killers of the Flower Moon). Be sure to give us a follow on Twitter and Facebook at @TFSBSide. Also enter our giveaways, get access to our private Slack channel, and support new episodes by becoming a Patreon contributor. Enjoy!
Bear, Gray, Kode, and Parrot make their weekly NASCAR picks. The pod makes their NCAA and NFL picks. What else is happening in sports? Thanks to Wes Anderson for Moments in Time, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, PaperDenimArt and Datingtransformation.com
The lead singer and keyboardist for Devo, Mark Mothersbaugh, is an avant-garde, new wave pioneer. Although critics sometimes classify Devo as a joke band, the Akron, Ohio art-punks' ethos was created in response to a very serious event—the 1970 shooting at their college, Kent State. Following the incident, the band took on the name “Devo,” short for what they felt was organized society's “de-evolution.” Throughout the ‘70s and ‘80s Devo helped lay the groundwork for DIY, anti-establishment bands by releasing bizarre and left-of-center music and conceptual films that helped usher in the music video revolution. In addition to his work with Devo, Mark Mothersbaugh has also created a long and successful career scoring for TV and film. His credits include, Pee-Wee's Playhouse, The Rugrats TV show and movies, and he's scored several classic Wes Anderson-directed films including The Royal Tenenbaums and Rushmore. On today's episode Justin Richmond talks to Mark Mothersbaugh about how he developed his quirky sensibility as one of five kids growing up in a chaotic household with exotic animals. Mark also tells a story about the time Richard Branson suggested that Johnny Rotten join Devo after the Sex Pistols broke up. You can hear a playlist of some of our favorite Mark Mothersbaugh songs HERE.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jodi, Bridget and Philip discuss the 1992 Francis Ford Coppola Film 'Bram Stoker's Dracula.' This film follows the 1897 'Dracula' novel and lends a signature artistic flourish courtesy of Coppola's visionary direction and diverse practical visual effects, vibrant costumes, ornate period sets and atmospheric score. Originally conceived as a minimalist adaptation of the original source material, Coppola along with his son Roman, who has worked on numerous music videos and Wes Anderson films, decided to expand what would have been an eccentric costume drama into a scrappy Gothic epic employing many unconventional techniques and creative choices more a film from classic Hollywood, and what results is a truly unique cinematic classic that feels simultaneously grand and intimate, with a stellar cast lending a timeless theatricality to the project. Follow The ThawedCast: Conversations About Animation: twitter.com/thawedcast and instagram.com/thawedcast. instagram.com/jodipolasky, instagram.com/bridget5246, instagram.com/philipehlke. Visit thawedcast.com
Welcome to MyMovieFix Podcast. A Show where the coherence doesn't matter and the Episode seasons are made up. This episode covers the 2023 short by Wes Anderson available now on Netflix It would take less time to listen to the episode than to read this Give me a 5 star rating wherever 5 star ratings are found Follow me on Letterboxd at "Letterboxd.com/SirrSterl" Follow me on Kick at "kick.com/nosirr" Follow me on Instagram at "Instagram.com/mymoviefixpod" Email questions/comments/concerns/Apples to MyMovieFixPodcast@Gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mymoviefixpodcast/message
Mike, Justin, and Chris investigate Scorsese's latest, Killers of the Flower Moon. However, before they get into that, they do their usual "News on the March" and talk about the Wes Anderson Netflix Shorts and wrap up their thoughts on Ahsoka Season 1. Anyways, it's all time-stamped here, so go ahead and skip around as you see fit. Intro (00:00:00 - 00:06:05) News on the March (00:06:05 - 00:42:56) Killers of the Flower Moon - (00:42:56 - 01:43:07) -Spoilers (01:02:049) For all your movie and game news, reviews, and more, check out our friends at www.cinelinx.com. Follow us on: Twitter Facebook Instagram Email us at: email@example.com Talk Criterion Collection, film, tv, and other stuff with us in our Facebook group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/casualcinecast Intro/Outro Music courtesy of Jake Wagner-Russell at www.soundcloud.com/bopscotch
On the two hundred and twenty-fourth episode of THE THIRD ACT PODCAST the crew are getting wasted on Wes.We get in front of the mics to talk about Wes Anderson's latest projects for a theme we're calling, On Wes Filmography Born and Raised. We discuss all four short films streaming on Netflix, THE WONDERFUL STORY OF HENRY SUGAR, THE SWAN, THE RAT CATCHER, and POISON. Then, we talk about the rest of Wes Anderson's films and share each of our rankings of his feature film filmography. We also discuss stop motion animation, sight gags, and The Eras Tour.Keep in touch with us on Instagram and email us anytime at: TheThirdActPodcast@gmail.com
Cory and Che talk about the surprising and excellent Roald Dahl adapations by Wes Anderson (17:52). Then they discuss new comics by Patrick Horvath (40:30) and Jonathan Hickman (51:19). And finally they discuss the first half of Loki season 2 (01:05:35). Our Youtube: Click Here All-Old All-Good Book Club: Do A Powerbomb by Daniel Warren Johnson Curse of the Rewatch: The Santa Clause by John Pasquin Subscribe: Itunes | Spotify | Google Play | Stitcher Twitter: @NextTimeOnPod If you have any questions or comments please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Comedian Gary Gulman on what it was like growing up awkward in the ‘80s. TV and movie critic Matt Zoller Seitz takes us behind the scenes of Wes Anderson's 2021 film, “The French Dispatch.” And artist Steacy Easton makes the case for why country singer Tammy Wynette matters.
Marty Isenberg recently released his debut album "The Way I Feel Inside" - Inspired by the films of Wes Anderson, and it has been getting great press. In this interview, we chat with Marty about his life in music, his career as a jazz bassist, the inspiration for this album, and much more. We also bring up a great interview that Marty also did for the Bass Shed. Check out this super cool album on bandcamp and Spotify, and follow along with Marty and his projects on Instagram and his website! Subscribe to the podcast to get these interviews delivered to you automatically! Connect with us: all things double bass double bass merch double bass sheet music Thank you to our sponsors! Carnegie Mellon University Double Bass Studio – The School of Music at CMU highly values each and every individual who wants to be a part of an innovative fine arts community immersed in a top research university. Every week each student receives private lessons and participates in a solo class with Micah Howard. Peter Guild, another member of the PSO, teaches Orchestral Literature and Repertoire weekly. They encourage students to reach out to the great bassists in their area for lessons and direction. Many of the bassists from all of the city's ensembles are more than willing to lend a hand. Every year members of the Symphony, the Opera and the Ballet give classes and offer our students individual attention. Click here to visit Micah's website and to sign up for a free online trial lesson. theme music by Eric Hochberg
Pumpkin Spice is back on the menu, the leaves are changing colors and there's a chill in the air. What does that mean? It means that it's time to revisit Wes Anderson's stop motion masterpiece Fantastic Mr. Fox.
On this episode, Brendan and JD discuss the Wes Anderson, Roald Dahl anthology film THE WONDERFUL STORY OF HENRY SUGAR, including the aforementioned title as well as THE SWAN, RAT CATCHER and POISON! Visit https://insessionfilm.com for merch and more! Visit this episode's sponsor: https://koffeekult.com - Get 15% OFF with the code: ISF Thanks for listening and be sure to subscribe on your podcast app of choice! https://insessionfilm.com/subscribe Follow us on Twitter! @InSessionFilm | @RealJDDuran | @BrendanJCassidy
Wes Anderson follows up this year's “Asteroid City” with four short films, all adapted from Roald Dahl stories, for Netflix. -Review: “The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar,” “The Swan” (03:24) -Next Week / Notes / Polls (52:12) -Review: “The Rat Catcher,” “Poison” (01:15:18) (Times may not be precise with ads) Promo: Babbel.com/filmspotting for 55% off your subscription. Notes/Links: Refocus Film Festival, Iowa City (Code: “Herzog”, 10.15) Josh's Fear Not! Talk at Facets, Chicago (10.28) Feedback: Email us at email@example.com. Ask Us Anything and we might answer your question in bonus content. Support us: -Join the Filmspotting Family for bonus episodes and complete archive access. http://filmspottingfamily.com -T-shirts (and more) on sale at the Filmspotting Shop. https://filmspotting.net/shop Contact us: https://letterboxd.com/filmspotting @filmspotting on Threads https://twitter.com/filmspotting https://facebook.com/filmspotting https://letterboxd.com/larsenonfilm @larsenonfilm on Threads https://twitter.com/larsenonfilm https://facebook.com/larsenonfilm Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, the panel begins by reviewing The Wonderful World of Henry Sugar, Wes Anderson's faithful adaptation of a 1977 Roald Dahl short story, that doubles as a sumptuous meta-commentary on the director's exacting approach to his craft. Then, the three discuss The Super Models, Apple TV+'s docu-series that glossily chronicles the lives and careers of Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington, and Linda Evangelista, a.k.a. The It Girls of ‘90s fashion. Finally, they puzzle through a controversy sweeping the behavioral science community: What happens when so-called “lying experts” falsify their own data? Recent allegations against well-known thought leaders in the field, Francesca Gino and her frequent collaborator, Dan Ariely, have unleashed a host of ethical issues and questions within the academic sphere. In the exclusive Slate Plus segment, the panel honors Spooky Season by sharing their first encounters with terrifying movies. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Endorsements: Dana: Joni Mitchell, the celebrated singer-songwriter, recently released Archives – Volume 3: The Asylum Years (1972-1975), a five-CD box set of archival treasures: never-before-heard demos, unearthed session outtakes, and recordings of live performances. (Also, if you're not a Mitchell fan, what are you even doing here?) Julia: Julia has doubled down and listened raptly to every episode of Strike Force Five, the late-night host podcast from Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, Seth Meyers, and John Oliver. Apparently, the men eventually found their groove! It's an unusual product that reveals much about their respective talents. Stephen: Lydia Loveless, an amazing alt-country songwriter, and her superlatively strong sixth album, Nothing's Gonna Stand in My Way Again. Stephen endorses Loveless so enthusiastically, he's even created a playlist of his favorite songs of hers: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3vAPq5ZGCRB3kJLOFzZ4rF?si=4a4d5619bb6e40c0&nd=1 Outro music: “Break The Line” by Coma Svensson Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Kat Hong. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You'll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sean and Amanda discuss the quartet of Wes Anderson short films that dropped on Netflix and the trend of established auteurs exploring the short film genre (1:00). Then, they run through a long list of the films they think have a chance at getting a Best Picture nomination at the Oscars and rank the 10 they think are most likely to garner that nomination (35:00). Finally, Sean is joined by Grant Singer to discuss his new crime thriller, ‘Reptile' (1:21:00). Hosts: Sean Fennessey and Amanda Dobbins Guest: Grant Singer Senior Producer: Bobby Wagner Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Key & Peele and Schmigadoon! star explains why he loves sketch comedy — watching it, performing it and writing about it. His book, with writing partner Elle Key, is The History of Sketch Comedy.David Bianculli reviews Wes Anderson's adaptation of Roald Dahl short stories, now on Netflix.
Musician Allison Russell talks and sings about the physical and sexual abuse she endured from her racist adoptive father — and about how she learned she was worthy of being loved. Her new album is The Returner.David Bianculli reviews Wes Anderson's adaptations of Roald Dahl short stories, now on Netflix. Also, Cat Bohannon talks about her new book Eve, which explores the development of the female body-- from its ability to produce milk to why women menstruate — and why women's bodies for so long have been left out of biological and medical research.