17 Burst results for "Alex Garland"

"alex garland" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"alex garland" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"But it still works. You know what I mean? It's just so good that it still works anyway. But aside from being a great movie, it also is probably my most listened to albums ear. I actually really liked the soundtrack allow. Yeah, I've listened to it also a number of times, and I like lady Gaga a lot. So I was kind of inclined to enjoy it. But even the Bradley Cooper like country rock songs on they're good. They're really good one of my favorite artists. Jason this Bill wrote one of them. Yeah. All right. So that. Yeah. That's my number six of go back to you. Josh. All right. Well, my number five pick is another Natalie Portman movie, it's a ni- election, the Alex garland Sifi freakout from way early in the year, which I think I saw like February whenever came out, and it was like, oh, this is the number one movie of the year on my list of movies of the year. But but it's it's on my list, obviously. And I think it's just beautiful and really creepy and haunting and very well acted from Neilly Portman and Tessa Thomson Gina Rodriguez and Jennifer Jason Leigh, great cast of women in this movie, and it unsettles you and you never quite know what's going on. But that's what's so scary about it. So I liked it. I read the book, which is very different and is unsettling and creepy in its own way. But I think Alex garland really puts his own stamp on it as a film. That was the first movie I saw with movie pass. All right, which is. Probably will get some type of you know, remember when treatment mine was not turtle animals. Elation was the first episode of piecing together. I was a little disappointed in it. But you know, it's funny as the year's gone by. I have no intention of revisiting it, really. But it's kind of raised in my opinion over the year as I've continued to think about it a little bit. And I feel exactly the same as when I saw it. I thought it was good. But I loved X Montana so much just in the X has definitely. Yeah. So number five for me. I don't know if you guys have heard of this movie, it's called the avengers Infinity. Which is my favorite superhero movie of the year. And like you said an man could have been on there. I think deadpool could have been on there. Everyone loves Black Panther that could have been on there. But ventures Finney Warman everything you want from a summer blockbuster. The the crazy action sequences against Banos are awesome. These super dark ending his fantastic. If they just cut the whole series right now, he's really happy. But I also liked it is like. A well drawn villain. You know, like he's got he's got emotions, and he's got like doubts and fears and all these different things and just just. You know, if this like all the vendors are fun decent. But this one just next level stuff right here. Absolutely. It also did amazing job of balancing so many characters which is ver- that many people. It's pretty it's pretty commendable. Yeah. I didn't like it as much as you guys. Did I thought it was maybe it was like watching a whole season of a TV show in two hours. Maybe a little too much for me. But I agree with what you're saying about the villain. And I thought marveled at a really good job of that this year, which they've done poorly in the past. And that not only does but kill monger and Black Panther and ghost in men in the waspa- all that you can really understand and sympathize with there aren't just this kind of like generic like obstacle in the heroes way. But our real fully realized characters I like that a lot absolutely. My number five is searching, which was definitely one of the biggest surprises of the year for me. You know, I the whole idea of that kind of. Hate to call a gimmick because I loved it so much screen. Yeah. That like when I I saw the trailer is like, this is absolutely movie. I don't even intend to see because of that. But then, you know, saw some good views, and I ended up taking the chance on it. And I mean, there's really not any movies that hit me as hard as this one. I mean emotionally also just an incredibly great mysteries form Ince's. And it uses that whole thing to just such amazing affect in so many different ways..

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"alex garland" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"alex garland" Discussed on The Watch

"It is funny how the actor first mentality really does trickle down as much as it is about Joan Emma's characters. It very much widens the circle. So actually one of the things I really liked the season is the way it paces itself out. Not slowly again, similar to forever forever doesn't have its premise at all in place until episode. Three. This also, you know episode one is for Jota episode. Two is for Emma episode threes like they start the trial and then you know certain pretty important characters. I don't believe gotten to the point where Justin thrown Sally field joined the main cast rate yet. Justin joins in the beginning of four hundred and Sally field comes in and five, but those are two huge names and have. I'm sure they are named the felt empowered to sign on because the top of the cast was already such a high caliber. But those are already big stars. And then you get figures like Billy Magnusson who I think is maybe in the process of crossing over from that guy to, oh, that guy where would people have recognized him from, oh God, he was an Ingrid goes west. I believe it was the vulture review that described him as a douche of many colors he loves or he. I don't know if he loves to play them, but he tends to play like, yes, so that is a very memorable douchebag. Baggy plays the brother of Elizabeth Olson's character. And then the other, I think, emerging performer who's going to get a really big lift from this as sonoma's Uno, who plays the technician and she is very emblematic of the show's very comic book styling. She is triangle wig and big glasses and constantly as a cigarette hanging out of her mouth. She kind of looks like in a live action, anime character, and. Weirdly people might actually most recognize her from a Neilly Shen where she was not playing herself, but she was a sort of cybernetic alien double. I dunno spoilers for an isolation. Yes, yes, she's a dancer. She was in crazy, rich Asians. She was in x. mocking Alex Garland's first movie. And this is kind of the first big role where she is recognizable, but displaying range, but really crucial to be. She's going to be an Alex garland show FX. Correct? Right. I'd forgotten about that. Now. I'm very much looking forward to that. I mean it. It's just there's a lot of people who I think were attracted to this show because they realized what a fun template is, and you can tell. I mean, Julia garner is like one of the, I guess, hotter would be the term, but like more. Yeah, Ozark America's, yeah, rain. And whenever she is in anything, there's always that like, oh, Julie, Garner's here like she's really popping up the screen. Let me ask you this. Do you ever get frustrated or do you find a delightful the accumulation of both visual and like comic bits, like as if it's almost being like written as means through. Route the show like everything from like the fucked Lantis program that Justin through is caught in when when Sonia was you know it was incredible, but there's that there's, I mean, even just like the way that they show Jona hill in the Warren Moon jersey with a mullet living a Long Island. And his name is Bruce Marino's. We've got a couple of different quarterbacks going on in there, but I did not get that. So they marina. And it's like this past each of wouldn't this be funny? Wouldn't this be amazing? Wouldn't this be cool? Jan feel like it all comes together. I don't think tired would be quite the word so much as it was very clearly. Almost the cart leading the Hordley. You could tell it was them being like, we want to try and I don't want to imply that they weren't really thoughtful about this. I mean, no, no. I mean, if anything, I feel like you can. I actually watched some of it with subtitles on and you could hear bits of background dialogue or read it, rather that actually does inform stuff about like the world that they're living, especially in the first few episodes. And I don't know if I am personally empowered to call it a friend of the show since this is not my show, but Zach, baron road of your propel, Cary Fukunaga for g. q. that included. This really fascinating detail that he in Somerville with, like just a few months ago to production decided to junk half the scripts, which is incredibly stressful and terrifying, somewhat admirable..

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"alex garland" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"alex garland" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Off kilter but also tethered to reality in a really interesting way there's this mutant bear that shows up in the movie that sure people probably seen screen shots of online it is like one of the most horrifying images seen on screen this year and and there's just so much going on in this film i i realize this might be sort of a ridiculous comparison but i saw two thousand one a space odyssey for the first time a month or so ago at talked about that on an episode of the show and the ending of both of these movies it sort of annihilation sort of reminds me of that in that director alex garland who also wrote the script is sort of going for this this primal association with the audience he's trying to peel back layers of story and and you know get past get deeper than just the the cerebral what is happening in this film in and getting to this this emotional core of a place where it's almost it's really difficult to describe but i'm sure you have something to say about this but i mean i would probably just be echoing everything you just said but yeah this movie deeply affected me in way i mean i i had read the book so i had some idea what it was about but the film changes a lot from the book and becomes its own thing and i don't know this is just one of those movies that while i was watching it i could tell like all right some people aren't going to like this but i love it and i know years from now we're still going to be talking about this movie on like you know hundreds of movies that came out this year so i don't know this movie is it hold a special place in my heart do you know what i'm talking about that with the two thousand one comparison i'm not trying to like say that it's as great as a kubrick movie but i feel on this sort of like elemental plane sort of on the same level yeah absolutely it has that same vibe i guess you call it's it's i been using the two thousand one comparison since i've seen it because i kind of like goes into abstract place where it's more interpretation and how you feel about it than what it's actually you know what even actually seeing from a story perspective and yet that's going to determine if you love or hate this film i think because if you go into it kind of sets up as a mystery and if you really want answers that mr you might be disappointed but if you're along for the ride in willing to you know the best films i think are ones that you can leave the.

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"alex garland" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"alex garland" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Amazing all right our next story is about alex garland who is the writer director of films like x mocking and annihilation he has a new script he's not directing this movie but he just sold a new script call two tristar pictures in the script is called the toymakers secret this is the movie quote tells the story of an american family who moves into an old victorian house in london and begins to believe it might be haunted so with just that description and the idea that this is an alex garland movie i'm sure those of you out there who have not heard about this project before are already sort of conjuring something in your mind about what what kind of tone and what sort of film this might be but i'm here to tell you that it's probably going to be way different than that because this film was also being described as family friendly which is not something that i would a term that i would apply to any of alex garland's previous films really he is writing the script but the director of it is going to be a woman named paloma baeza who is a awardwinning writer director she around sorry a writer animator she did the of animation on the stop motion short called poles apart which starred helena bonham carter and she won a bafta in an anti award for reading that scripted and for her work on that film and she is going to be making her directorial debut on this project she also happens to be alex garland's wife so that's an interesting connection there the idea of alex garland making a family friendly haunted house movie is very fascinating to me just because of his existing body of work and like i said you know the stuff that he's done would not really point you to to believe that he would be capable of doing capable or interested in in doing something like this issue i know you're a fan of alex garland's more cerebral films what do you think about him making a family friendly haunted house story i'm kind of intrigued just because it seems so out of his his comfort zone that i really wanna see what he does with it and i am of the opinion that.

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"alex garland" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"alex garland" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"Thank you so the oscars are responsible for good movies good made right that's what you're saying in a very cynical way though because i think like you know it's all right we spend the whole year with marvel movies and action movies and then just so we can pat ourselves on the back and convince ourselves that we still have you know integrity we you know put some oscar movies into production and look like the thing that bothers me is that the oscars should not be valuable because they're the oscars the oscars should have to earn our respect by the fact that they reward the best movies which they don't so i think that there aren't meaningful produces a certain kind of knowledge that i think is detrimental to social relations because it just reinforces and it makes a it turns it into a bigger deity it turns celebrities or celebrity culture into a bigger deity and i think that that has serious problems for mediating social relations it just it just makes it it makes it as though these individuals have a certain level of social and political import value that i'm not necessarily sure we ought to try to fall at their feet and absolute yeah absolutely not it's all just a it's a charade it's a spectacle and you know it's the least it's the lowest rated oscars in history there's it wasn't a good one yeah fun many funny jokes but then at the same time and again i feel like there's two sides of the coin and i'm not believing i'm not trying to to to defend the oscars as an institution but it's that whole thing of like it is fun on a on a on a surface level i enjoy the quote competition of it but also it i lots of stuff in life only matters because it matters like itself petulant itself to this point where like i mean again we this is a different conversation but like this isn't a perfect analogy but money only works because we believe in it.

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"alex garland" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"alex garland" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"Cool let's do it all right i messages from kevin he says since you guys are movie buffs just like the rest of us listen this wonderful podcast i was wondering what you guys think of the oscar outcomes also why this christopher nolan always get the short end of the stick when it comes to those awards and my mind he's one of the best directors out there well i have not watched the oscars ten years i couldn't care less to be honest well i thought it was cool that the that the that the fish sex movie one fish monster sex movie won best picture that'll be there forever ending yeah grinding neva so yeah that was cool jordan pills lord was cool what else what did you think i don't fuck i think that it's it's here i mean it's i don't mind the idea of rewarding good work and rewarding hard work and in giving people do you know notoriety and attention like someone greta gerwig who's not gonna be able to go on to make more movies or someone like gear modell toro is not gonna be able to make more movies like i like that obviously give people some do so that they can keep making rad art but we put so much stock in the oscars like it actually means something and i think that's what i have a problem with all it means really is financing that's all it is it's if you're nominated or if you win then you now have the clout to go and and use that act to hopefully bigger and better or maybe even more interesting more intricate things but that's sort of on the industry side of it from the like the spectacle side of it like as far as this oscars was concerned i'm not a huge jimmy kimmel.

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"alex garland" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"alex garland" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"It is like to me to me that's not an isolation annihilation is truly the word nile is in it it's like pleat destruction there is no creative shimer's getting bigger and bigger and bigger let's go to nine later but if we're to believe nali portland's line at the end it's that it's making something new not annihilating annihilation to me is just like complete bis thanks i mean you know it's our perception of the snow getting bigger when you have when you have one of the characters you know saying the line of the movie like it's not be a mistake the the physics definition of an election is the conversion of matter into energy especially mutual conversion of a particle at an anti particle into electoral so if you're looking at it from the physics definition as opposed to just sort of the general like destruction or complete obliteration of something maybe it makes more sense but it's it it the the interesting thing i found in this gets into little bit more of sort of the meta the making of the film and how we're talking about all the stuff even these theories and whatnot they're probably all not either correct or complete because this film is it in an excel itself is an example of integration so you have these books that then paramount ops for right they're going to put their own little spins on things then you have the director alex carlin's right who is trying to make one film where i believe and this is all conjecture but the he wanted to make sort of more heady film and they detest greetings and said we'll this is to basically highbrow for people so.

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"alex garland" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"alex garland" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"In that theory to me of just life not necessarily having a important meaning or film not having an important sort of like overall like this is what we're saying at the end but something that like oh no this is just a thing that happens that the characters we went through that contrast in juxtaposition serving to present that this idea that the film is trying to say which is that the drive towards self destruction is what gives us purpose right you look at these things you have a purposeless entity which is owned which is all it's doing is continuing to grow zone does not have dr self destruction at no point is going to biology gonna break down right and then you have these four characters who all have five whatever it was who all have a severe drive in fact only characterizations basically their various drive selfdestruction but that's also gives them all purpose right and so i thought we were saying that jackson upside in the film in order to make the point about whether or not a agree with it that this dr self destruction is what as humanity gives us purpose versus this other entity which just grows so let's go into the death drive so i think we're kind of talking about that so the death drive is a forty term that describes it individuals drive toward death or selfdestruction it's a desire for like the peace and serenity of inanimate lifelike your mother's womb or death so as i explained earlier you know all the girls are all the characters selfdestruct and i would say that the film is permeated by this kind of this feeling of melancholy and i don't know if this is going too far austin would you say and i'm calling out austin because i feel like he's the one who might go this far with me but the whole inside the lighthouse kind of is shaped like a womb.

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"alex garland" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"alex garland" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"There's one or two issues i have along the way but it i really enjoyed the fact that it it it cleared up the how things were going on overall and made a sort of more question the why and i dug that all right interesting and ryan well i liked the more than they did i think 'cause i thought just cinematic ly man like the last real okay living i i'd say that the last forty five minutes or hours what made me really really really loved the movie but then the build up up to that point was just was pretty good it was interesting you know there's some cool scenes and the the world building was cool but that last act spoiler the silent one is really awesome i thought and jared you're about to give your review journal watch on a laptop which i don't feel like you're gonna have to take his review at the grain of salt i mean i'm willing to admit that certainly there i mean obviously the optimized viewing experience for almost any movie theater specifically cinematic like you gotta be in the fucking theater listen it can it's because of the sound now just shaking the whole i mean by that by that absolutely let paramount know that because of their deal with netflix for their international release right gave up on this movie understand i'm also james i'm glad that you've read the book because i'm excited to talk because you know i i haven't read the book but it was just a movie to me but i'm excited to hear more about the book.

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"alex garland" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"alex garland" Discussed on About to Review

"That is chilling i mean it it i'd i think you don't want i'm talking about where a bear can it enters the room their and gas death of a classic horror movie trope without which i appreciate is a trope that i appreciate and central that i hate the aptly one i appreciate it's the something's in the rue i need to stansted will be quiet though doesn't see her smelly um and i i like any plays off wellness ruled it puts off well i think also because not only is it taking that trope it it is adding an additional element that was completely surprising and again ilves creepy oh supercrew because in the shimer we see that hybridization of of people and places and hoof yeah it was that there was intense uh so yeah i think that i mean those are the main points uh the way this kind of through the movie ins because it is based off of book series there is the possibility that they could do other things but if they do he definitely is not involve alex garland says that now but you know the presumption movie makes the czech look like embassay upfront oh i would never do seek water he said i have i don't have any plans under this equal doesn't mean he would never do a sequel so far did not go so far this kind of floundering at the box office though so we will see we'll see kind of what legs it has over the next couple of weeks yes got a tough it's it's an a tough spot is is still up against by panther cutting people under under estimated what it would do mmhmm and then also is israel right up on um reglin time yeah i think at allies will definitely be abboud the people were watch once he hit streaming services there i could see that and i think we for a dimension even though we mentioned natalie portman husband uh oscar isaac is is in this year and he is great as always i'm not sure i can think of an oscar isaac performance that i did not like oh i'm sorry did you miss uh in the left it's been movie.

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"alex garland" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"alex garland" Discussed on Channel 33

"I said to jeff i don't know how to do a faithful adaptation of your book i just literally don't know how to do it and if if what you need is a faithful adaptation then you will need someone else because unlock the guy who's going to be able to do that i'm sean fantasy editor in chief of the ringer and this is the big picture a conversation show with some of the most exciting filmmakers in the world some movies home at a different frequency the writer director alex garland mixed quiet movies that eventually roar in a way that is different from other sifi his debut 2015 x martina was an exploration of artificial intelligence the became a surprise hit an an oscar winner his latest annihilation is an adaptation of the nautilus jeff vanderveer's bestselling book the girl and take some fascinating liberties with the story natalie portman oscar isaac can test the thompson stars explorers and scientists on a mission to explore colorful spectral disturbance called the shimer it is taking over a massive land in the american south the closer they get to the shimer the more horrifying it becomes garland and i talked recently about the making of this unusual and masterful movie is early days as a novelist and screenwriter movies like twenty days later and sunshine and a whole lot more here's alex garland really said it to be joined today by one of my favorite filmmakers elks girl lx thank you for coming in but it's a pleasure wickedly alex i wanna know what kind of movie you knew you wanted to make after exmonarch ina and the success of that will be did you have a sense of the kind of film you want us do next no not really but i do think that i always react against the thing i just did before ex mckenna was a film dread which is a kind of drug fueled ultraviolent psychotic movie very different to exmclaren than before dread was never let me go which is small suicide contained literary adaptation so there's always a sense of trying to avoid what you just did.

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"alex garland" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"alex garland" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Stories we restore telling the same story over nokia knew it or not it's the nature of myth generally and uh and this story sat outside those rituals phnom it didn't have a kind of clear lineage that i could look at an just for me as a writer particularly writer the tends to work with an existing genres let's say i found a very seductive if you're just tuning in you're listening to queue and cbc radio one or a public radio international speaking speak with alex garland the filmmaker russian should as a writer whose new movie annihilation is uh i would say biggest insert a bold statement yet because your last film ex mac and he did very well i mean i i went to see it a really a door did but it also did very well critics in the box office and it was an independent production at the time you said working that way outside the major film studios was the only way to have creative freedom now when i look at annihilation i see it as a major studio movie where were you right did you have to compromise note uh didn't have to compromise uh there are the the success of x mckenna um no actually in box office times but more in a funny way tune extending critical terms actually buys a degree of creative freedom provided you can keep it under certain budget to what we did was we went up to the limit of that budget and then kept the creative freedom so uh i would say that creative freedom this is not a pious position this is not like a kind of you know uh creative style holier than thou not wearing a robe right now and owing that listeners know crappy show.

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"alex garland" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"alex garland" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"I've been working stories twenty twenty five years a film about twenty thereabouts and um uh most stories certainly most stories i tell but actually most stores across the board are repetitions in many respects of other stories that have been told and we tell them again and again and again in a way that the longer i'm in this gig the more i realize is sort of ritualistic it's it's got funny elements in a bit like reassurance and catharsis and people want the same story again again it's i mean that that's the reason before we were writing down stories we restored italian the story over and over again without hollywood it or not you as the nature of myth theory and uh and this story sat outside those rituals hum it didn't have a kind of clear lineage that i could look at an just for me as a writer particularly writer that tends to work with an existing genres let's say i found that a very seductive if you're just tuning in listening to queue and cbc radio one or a public radio international speak with alex garland the filmmaker why should as a writer whose new movie annihilation is uh i would say biggest in sort of bold statement yet because your last film ex mac and it did very well i mean i i i went to see it a really a door did but it also did very well critics in the box office and it was an independent production at the time you said working that way outside the major film studios was the only way to have creative freedom now when i look at annihilation i see it as a major studio movie where were you right did you have to compromise note.

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"alex garland" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"alex garland" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Let me go or sunshine in 2015 he directed his first film x mac which did incredibly well and is a beautiful film and now he's back with his biggest project yet annihilation is a mindbending sifi thriller with a huge cast including natalie portman an oscar isaac it also finds alex garland adapting a wildly successful novel for screen like him adapting a novel so you could say in some ways things have gone full circle for him alex garland joins me now in live and are accused ado high has gone good room glut through is a is a is releasing a film lake releasing a record in that dvd are you've filled with anticipation all this week ready for it to come no uh no i'm not uh a degree of concern probably what are you able to your well this this may be light releasing a record in some respects but film has this thing embedded into it which is that the cost is colossal gear uh it's as if you spend two years in the studio racking up the cost the gdp of a small country exactly and and then it rides on an opening weekend and although i don't personally care about that very much in terms of it being a reflection on the the quality of the film masai um i do know that in terms of getting another thing financed it becomes very significant effort and there's a limit to how many times you can lose people laura of money and keep doing it so this is count the there's there's anxiety in there but it's not it's not creative it's his business it's business anxiety as speaking at his house reading in view the other day and i love what you said i wanna point out that annihilation is based on the first of jeff founder mere southern reach novels and you said that this isn't so much my interpretation.

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"alex garland" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"alex garland" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast kill is supported in part by hellofresh the milk had service dedicated to making cooking fine easy and convenient each week hellofresh creates new delicious recipes with stepbystep instructions designed to take around thirty minutes for everyone from novices to season homecooked short on time these source the freshest ingredients measure to the exact quantity needed so there is no food waste all delivered to your doorstep in a special insulated box for free for fifty percent off your first box visit hellofresh dossier slashed q podcast or enter promo code q podcast when you subscribe hey i'm tom power it is monday february twelve is the podcast version of the cbc radio show entitled q pigs law for downloading or streaming nice to be back last week jail richardson was here as she was here like day to day like she the flu i had i was i kept they can i also dislike my job so i wa wanted to come in every single day but i didn't know whether i'd be in the next day and she with very little prep was going in and his nailing these interviews nailing the shows jail if you're listening to the podcast right now thank you so much and if you like jail you can follow her on twitter at j l j a e l j l richardson i had some people right knee in sierra leone like j l like the the two letters i'll tell you just really quickly it's on the show today alex garland alex garland you're gonna hear me talk about his film and his pedigree in a moment when i do the actual introduction of the radio show but i will say the interview turned really interesting because we started talking about net flicks and specifically what happens when you're film goes straight to netflixing and whether that's the future of filmmaking at all like whether will ever need to go see a film into theater ever again it was it was really really interesting then we have a great a panel accused green panel to talk about the new black panther to paris and john samlee and also the filmmaker charles officered given a little shout out to wesley snipes and blade two welldeserved and then debra smith.

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"alex garland" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"alex garland" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Do you think there's any chance they harrison ford actually appears in this summer i've been wondering that ever since the movie was announced honestly if there is like some sort of i don't know who again lashed area like flash ford or something but i really don't know i mean we'll find out sooner but i i kind of i say no but i do you could start it with his his funeral that we didn't see in the last shed i like that wouldn't put him in it would it so that's going to be in the uh the space coughing or their whether there would be yes yeah although those be kind of depressing the start the film with the funeral i don't i don't i don't want of the funeral in that movie i don't want harrison ford to appeared just know that seem so force than an totally undercuts his death in force awakens yeah okay um let's move on a to a alex garland his film an allegation this coming out soon we just talked with early buys yesterday and he's doing press in he is revealed his next project is going to be a tv series jakup what are we now well we know is what garland told fandango in an interview arms can read his quote the next project provided happens hopefully you're gonna shoot it later this year it's an eightpart television series were affects sort of a sciencefiction sort of a science fiction but it's much more technologybased sifi whereas annihilation is more loosen the genic form of sifi and more fantastical form of sifi this is slightly more in common with projects i've worked on the exmafia not will let never let me go which todd taking something but our world now not a ruled in the future but our waters is right now and drawing sort of an inferences inclusions about it so we actually knew the garland had a deal with affects a couple of years ago.

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"alex garland" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"alex garland" Discussed on /Film Daily

"However one and welcome to slash from daily for february ninth two thousand eighteen on today's show we're going gonna be diving into a bunch of news including the lobo movie gets the director masters the universe loses the director feast books new tv series we got some more solo news alex garland has a new tv project in the works in disney streaming services announced their lineup all that in more this is peter saretta and on today's podcast we have with us slash managing editor jacob pillow hello weekend editor bright omen and at me and writer chris evangelista allow so guys were get into this i just wanted to complain on his step onto the this many soapbox her second abode um uh youtube new app on apple tv i i i use apple tv every day like i don't have a cable in awake my cable is through the playstation view afghan apple tv which i enjoy uh you know into i'm starting to actually watch more youtube content in this day and age actually be pro spend more time on my youtube app than i do my cable tv our app which is kind of strange it's almost like him turning in a into a millennial or something but um youtube has decided to upgrade their apple tv app and essentially make it like every other youtube out there is like the eu to baffin roku and uh i guess they want to have a interface that similar to all those uh end they have basically ruined it uh it is now clunky it looks like moving around it is frustrating it looks horrible looks like something like meat for android like five years ago um it's operating it like you know if you have some has been watching youtube quick ah i'll want to like fast forward a little bit like.

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