21 Burst results for "Alfre Woodard"

"alfre woodard" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"alfre woodard" Discussed on KGO 810

"V. from San Mateo county said to me John as I write these notes for your show before this evening I don't know what precisely will speak about with your listeners but surely the expressions contained in the black poet Langston Hughes poem penned in nineteen thirty five I miss the Great Depression let America be America again relate to the concerns of many Americans on this day I I want you to know that I re read Langston Hughes poem and he recommended that I either use Alfre Woodard's abbreviated version of what is an important point so tonight we begin optimistically on a positive note because the demonstrators on the streets are saying just what Langston Hughes said when he wrote this poem way way back in the nineteen forties M. it's a very simple title I'm sorry nineteen thirty five is one Langston Hughes wrote this and it's called let America be America again let America be America again let it be the dream it used to be let it be.

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The Frame Oscar Special

The Frame

04:42 min | 1 year ago

The Frame Oscar Special

"Are ready. Let's do it. Welcome to the frame Oscar special from KPCC in Los Angeles. Welcome to the one million breath and the Oscar goes to and the Oscar goes to and the Oscar goes to get anybody. I'M GONNA find you're GONNA give you. Massive snow snowed. Everybody who bought a ticket told somebody to buy a ticket. Thank you I love you if I may be so honored to have all all the female nominees and every category stand with me in this room tonight the actors Maryland you do it everybody else will come on all right all right all right. I'm John Horn host to the frame and joining me is Jacqueline coli editor at Ron Tomatoes Jacqueline. Thanks for being with us. Thanks for having me John so I know we're only a couple seconds in certified fresh so far. I think you're doing great. You're certified fresh and honestly I would say all the best picture nominees are also pretty awesome. It's probably the highest average on the tomato meter of best picture nominees. We've had in a while so I'm excited to talk about these phones. So let's start with probably the top story. I think of this year's Oscar race twenty acting nominees. One person of Color Cynthia Revo who stars as Surrey Tubman and Harriet. Yeah I'M NOT GONNA lie was extremely disappointed. When I watched each array and John Show read out the nominees few weeks ago? But I wasn't surprised actually just wrote an an article rotten tomatoes discussing this when you talk about the ninety two years of the history of the academy. There's only been thirty. Five Black Women nominated and twenty one of them have been for playing a slave a maid or woman in abject poverty it is an alarming and slightly depressing trend. I would say in the academy's Tastes And when you have performances from Octavia. CBS Spencer and loose Alfre woodard clemency. Jaylo in four inch heels giving us all she could for Hustler's and Aquafina further for well. It's really really alarming for you to say to yourself that this is where we are at the state of the academy. I'm going to hope that this year. We can have parasite as a moment if it wins. Best picture that we can say. We're moving forward. But again Cynthia being the only nominee it's It's a bit depressing parasite. I think has a legitimate chance to win the best picture. Oscar Oscar Think Bong Jun ho who directed and Co wrote. It could win director as well if it wins. The top prize the first foreign language movie in Academy History to take that prize. That is important in its own right regardless of the fact that none of its actors were nominated for performing in it. Yeah and it's also again a trend unfortunately with the academy there have been six previous best picture. Nominations from Asian cinema where none of the actors were honored with an acting nomination and unfortunately parasite kept with that trend this year here however We keep a track at our wars leaderboard and rotten tomatoes dot com of all of the winds of all of the films that are in the conversation and parasite has dominated with over a hundred in twenty five wins and to give you sort of a relative idea. The next winds is at seventy one. So parasite has been dominating with critics groups and with these these various guilds so it's poised to maybe take home the top prize but it really depends on the academy's taste and what those nine thousand members feel about the film later in the show. We're GONNA talk talk about the best picture race. We're also going to hear from some of the directors of some of the best picture nominees including Greta. Gerwig made little women was not nominated for best director. Sam Mendes from one thousand nine hundred seventeen and Bon John Hoult from parasite. But we'll start this Oscar party with some leading actresses three of the five nominees in this category had add the particular challenge of playing real people on Screen Cynthia Rio sharply staring and Renee Zellweger. Who Plays Judy Garland in Judy Yukon? There's an audience other ways. It hears you sing my mouth driving. It was judy takes place in the late. One thousand nine hundred sixty judy. Garland's career is floundering. She's struggling with sobriety. She goes to England perform at a London nightclub and Joplin one thing that surprised me. was that renee. Zellweger wasn't convinced that she could actually pull off as part. I wish I think is so crazy. That's Texas girls for you as a Texas girl I can say we're like deprecating on our talent and always like underestimate ourselves but she absolutely murdered murdered this role I remember. I woke up right in early at the tyrod film festival to watch. Her sort of embody. Judy Garland for this role and it was so I would say mesmerizing.

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"alfre woodard" Discussed on theblerdgurl

theblerdgurl

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"alfre woodard" Discussed on theblerdgurl

"That is better than you know what I'm going to make him an offer. I know that wasn't that was Marlin but you know I'm pop. I'm here with you now. You know that kind of you know that kind of so it's a it's unfortunate. And that's why this particular you know I gave the Oscars the academy five years sorta get themselves together. And I've you know I've been vocal but I've also been my tongue with a lot of the stuff that you know that I know that's you you know inside baseball but now here we are year six and we're still having the same problems and so I think this is the year that I'm really starting to sort of pull back the curtain and show you who the wizard of Oz is and so me you. Dorothy the tin man you know. The movie goers can say we're GONNA Walk Guede do our own thing because you weren't really running anything anyway I can. I mean I can hear your frustration but I also wonder like and this. Is this thing that our people I'm Gonna I'M GONNA say people who call her black folks a problem that also are people definitely have is the support for the. Indy is not looked at as good as the support for. You're like the the big Hollywood film. Now here's the thing. I'm not going to compare things to like endgame that have trillions of dollars to spend a special effects. I'm talking talking about smaller movies where you know like fast colors. That didn't come out this year. Obviously but I'm just saying fast. Colors is on the same par our quality wise with something like a marriage story. You know what I mean. But it's just like we can. We can take this year right exactly so if you I wanNA compare apples and apples and yet you know loosed in receive any nominations with respect to the academy yet. I thought you know I'm I'm very biased. But I thought Kelvin Alvin Harrison Junior You know had one of the best performances of the year you know another relatively smaller moving clemency directed by black female actor with you know Alfre Woodard aldus Hud Daniel Brooks and window peers as the top four. Leave leave amazing movie movie and yet it it got no love. You mentioned that she went to the Oscars last year. And yet you were invited by the academy correct..

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"alfre woodard" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"alfre woodard" Discussed on WTOP

"Check out the courtroom dramas and clemency and just mercy this still meaningful do everything possible you will know what to into down in Alabama now earlier we talked about both movies with Washington Post film critic and Hornaday and we started with just mercy it's really impressive this is based on the real life story of Walter McMillian who was inaccurately accused are imprisoned and convicted of of a heinous murder down in Alabama and a young Harvard trained attorney named Brian Stephenson who a lot of people will know his name now he's become an enormously influential and important leader in the criminal justice reform movement but this chronicles one of his earliest cases which was meeting Mr McMillian taking on this case and I'm sort of overcoming just obstacle over obstacles in securing justice for his client and this is just a straight ahead story it's not spectacular visuals it's not whiz bang of facts or anything it just tells the story straight and true especially through gripping performance is Michael B. Jordan plays Bryan Stevenson and an astonishing Jamie Foxx plays Mister meant million I mean this is the twenty nineteen was really a great year for comeback performances from people like Eddie Murphy and Jennifer Lopez and I would put Jimmy fox in that same category this is it's just a slow burn of a performance and it just takes your breath away it's very very impressive and it's a really absorbing and ultimately and lightning movie all right from just mercy to clemency one bad guys thank not easy some in respect and this focuses on a prison warden and a botched execution does it work for you yeah this is you know it's so interesting as you said that we have these two films coming out literally on the same day but this is told from a completely different perspective and you're right it's the prison warden there played by Alfre Woodard in another breathtaking performance I think both these movies are driven by the performances and I think the import and the meaning of this film it's you know for me it was dramatically and nurse at times it's so very quiet it's so very interior in terms of her emotional journey but I think it gets to the moral injury that can be sustained not just by the people who are subject to capital punishment and the death penalty but those who are are obligated to deliberate but I just I think it really gets to the psychological and emotional ramifications for everyone to the entire community and for especially for the print the professionals who are asked to do this deed so I I think it's worthy if only for that but also for this afterward performance just I will say spectacular and that is Washington post film critic Ann Hornaday who joined us via Skype still ahead was a down day on Wall Street today nine twenty four.

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"alfre woodard" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"alfre woodard" Discussed on KOMO

"It's worth I'm Brian Clark ABC news why everybody Saturday morning here in western Washington heavy cloud cover not a lot of rain yeah but that's going to increase as we head into our Saturday afternoon in the coast Saturday night here around the interior of the peace and metro region temps dropping down into the thirties this morning forties during the day as the rain comes in Saturday night will also see that translating into some mountain snow over the cascades of past travel gets a little trickier from time to time through the middle of the weekend trying out for Sunday night into Monday next disturbance doing for new year's eve in the coming weather center I'm meteorologist B. C. entertainment news I do my job Alfre Woodard therein clemency and theaters now playing in a battle prison warden who becomes emotionally involved with the death row inmates challenging role for sure but she told us it was a necessary one we haven't heard about the people that we charged with carrying out the sentence and they are like us Tony Award winning composer was behind some of Broadway's biggest hits including the cause of Paul and hello Dolly Herman was eighty eight good news Deadpool fads Ryan Reynolds announcing on live with Kelly and Ryan a third installment is in the works for the superhero franchise for over a Marvel now fifty years ago today Led Zeppelin scored their first number one album here in the U. S. with Led Zeppelin to is working overtime at your brain they are AT Friday Happy Birthday ABC news she loves festivals farmers markets and especially road trips except for when my sixteen year olds driving Keira Jordan with the fastest way to work morning traffic every ten minutes on the force come on who's one thousand and ninety seven seven and your smart speaker chronic neck and Hey this is Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans quicken loans is celebrating our best to quarter ever and now we're celebrating some of the lowest refinancing rates ever rates.

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"alfre woodard" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"alfre woodard" Discussed on KOMO

"As well as both are full and bridges in both directions of four oh five Curtis counting come much I think global weather good evening art Sanders mostly cloudy night slight chance of rain showers overnight lows around forty two mark cloudy chance of rain in the afternoon mid forties rain likely on Sunday upper forties mostly sunny on Monday after forties Tuesday rain likely in the morning rain at times in the afternoon forty two tonight new year's eve for rain was normal forty years they were in a life with a high of fifty Thursday again highs lower fifties Friday mostly cloudy chance of rain upper forties overnight lows around that's your latest weather from the Cold War forecast NBC entertainment news I do my job Alfre Woodard therein clemency and Peter's now playing in a battle prison warden who becomes emotionally involved with a death row inmate challenging role for sure but she told us it was a necessary one we haven't heard about the people that we charged with carrying out the sentence and they are like us Tony Award winning composer was behind some of Broadway's biggest hits including the casual fall and hello Dolly Herman was eighty eight good news said cool fads Ryan Reynolds announcing on live with Kelly and Ryan a third installment is in the works for the superhero franchise for over a Marvel now fifty years ago today Led Zeppelin scored their first number one album here in the U. S. with Led Zeppelin to what time is your brain they are good times is eighty Friday Happy Birthday ABC news information is power everything you need to know before you get to work the call more morning news with Greg Hirsch old and manufacture on komo news one thousand seven ninety seven seven comma use dot com now is the chance to use reliable energy to grow your money with the dominion energy reliability investments are new investment product offers competitive returns no maintenance.

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"alfre woodard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"alfre woodard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You for being on the show thanks later on in the show we talk to Oscar nominated actor Alfre Woodard and director two million juku about their new film clemency all free stars as a prison warden and we asked her if she thinks Hollywood is starting to recognize the significance of centering issues related to criminal justice it is no consensus at all it's individuals scrapping around trying to some people trying to just make as much revenue as they can some people trying to tell stories to to bring the tradition of storytelling and it's healing upon the community trying to bring that in with all the new equipment and forms so what we all rely on in terms of criminal justice in those those social issues that need real solutions is the activism the regular people everywhere and once it's in the public's radar and people are talking about it enough it gets us into the room with a person with a bankroll sooner if everybody is talking about criminal justice reform more of our conversation with Alfre Woodard and channel you choose on the film clemency that's later this hour on the take away stay with us support for KQ we do comes from Comcast business offering internet voice and video solutions designed to help businesses maximize performance so the focus can remain on employees and customers learn more at business dot com cast dot com Eric and Wendy Schmidt whose fund for strategic innovation supports transformative ideas that benefit humanity while protecting the natural world recognizing through science the interdependence of all living systems finance manager this new yeah on the.

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Sanna Marin is Finland’s 34-Year-Old Prime Minister

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Sanna Marin is Finland’s 34-Year-Old Prime Minister

"Thirty four year old sauna marine of Finland will become the world's youngest sitting Prime Minister yesterday. Finland's ruling Social Democratic Party voted to name marine the next prime minister. She's the country's Transport Minister and the Party's vice chairwoman. She's been lawmaker. Since since two thousand fifteen

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"alfre woodard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:02 min | 2 years ago

"alfre woodard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Kind of he won the grand jury prize at Sundance January became the first black woman to receive the award the film released in New York on December twenty seventh and June away to go and Alfre Woodard are in studio nice to see you hello thanks to generate not only filmmaker but you worked as an advocate on committee cases how did that start for you why did that start for you so I was in I knew I was inspired to write and direct this film in two thousand eleven after Troy Davis is executed in Georgia and in two thousand thirteen is when I decided I was going to go for it and so I spent almost a year doing secondary research where I interviewed a lot of wardens and chaplains and people who are incarcerated and read a lot of books but I was living in in New York City at the time and I and I do that research I realized that if I was really going to get into the DNA of the story if I was really gonna tell this story as authentically and realistically as possible then I need to give of myself to the very community that I was representing I relocated to a death penalty state and I sent a cold email to a nonprofit legal organization that was representing incarcerated women specifically and they needed help with our current clemency case from an entire Patterson inside literally just sent a cold you know and I said listen you don't know me but here's my website info and I want to work for you for free and I'll do whatever you need I just want to help they don't believe like it like that and so they said alright come on down and I moved to Ohio and that was the first come to case that I that I worked on and I then subsequently volunteer for thirteen other clemency cases and really developed a passion for advocating for the humanities the people who are incarcerated when you first went out there as as a creative person in a filmmaker what kind of information were you looking for I know it's sort of shifted over and advocacy as you got involved but initially what we looking for a couple things I I had some logistical questions because I knew nothing about the way capital punishment works I'm like a tangible level so I had I was looking for how this is how do executions actually fit literally take place what is the literal logistical process in the bureaucratic process what are the legal process sees as well but then I was also interested in soaking in atmosphere so I there was one point where I was spending like forty fifty hours a week in the present teaching in the women's prison and I would just observe I would pay attention to the thousands and the quiet I would pay attention to the mundane ness of the space I would pay attention the way people walk the way people carry themselves the language that lawyers use and they were when they referred to someone who is their client the language that wart that wardens use and I would just observe and so I can gather so I could gather I can understand how it feels to be in the space so I was taking no on how to replicate that okay on screen it's really interesting when you do go into prisons I've done some reporting in prisons just that the moment insight from outside to inside you've been as well as our for in your in your research yes there is something that just physically changes in your even though you know you can only yes what is that do you think I'll free what is it what did you feel I think we feel captivity were were animals and we haven't lived in the wild but all of those instincts are still there and when you walk in and it might look like you know it's not a big draconian castle the where you might imagine with bars it looks like a a minor junior college with high wires around so many gates in it they just keep blocking as you go and your your breath shortens that's part of the opening scene of the film I want to give too much away but after I watched I went I watch the last scene and in the first scene again and is this really interesting book and even down to what you're wearing well to say that we do south for you were attached to this project run twenty twelve issues that right I don't show your number for pre production so I think like twenty sixteen okay my sixty so when you first attach we attached to be in it or you touch to be the executive producer how to be to be Bernadine yes and then when did the world executive producer come on I don't chart those kind of things that it all happened once you know the thing is independent film is such a collaboration of Bronwyn Cornelius our our executive producer brought me and she's put us together she introduced me teaching are you she said this is this brilliant young woman this is the story she wants to tell I hear woman warden in my ears **** up and then we met and yes I wanted to play award because you always want to do something with that that you don't know how to do because that's that's the excitement and the and the satisfaction of being an actor but when I met you know a aside from the narrative that she that she presented to me was me knowing her commitment to somebody that was intelligent enough artistically and courageous enough as a human being to change her life to tell a story and so you always want to get in the boat with people who who will in the sale that way so yeah we we hit it right off in it sometimes we would be talking the social aspect of other things happening in the real life and we did that a lot and it's been specially we took our our a tour together but then we got back to starting the camera to roll we take off that sensibility and we become the artist and everyone was the same way the people they they the actors and and that cruise at that came on came on because of yes they have an awareness of social awareness but they're very good at their disciplines and they came on because this was a this was a first class ship sailing that would affect the public around the I the ideas that they held for social justice I north twenty twelve date that's when you actually for started working on the twenty twelve twenty thirteen but a you think about that six years ago what happened what was that the catalyst actually got this off the ground and and into production I mean it's so I I wrote the first draft in January twenty fourteen and we got the financing at the end of twenty seventeen and we ended up getting financing from these pictures who in this is the first film into through their production company and they they got behind us and they're they're based in Malaysia and they really wanted to tell a powerful story with the woman at the center my guess is you know a two crew director and writer of clemency as well as Alfre Woodard who is starring in the film did you always know it's gonna be a female working yes why why not I mean they really didn't go beyond that you know I mean I I think a lot of I just thought of her my likeness in most of the board instead I've met and worked around we're part we're black women so it just wanna when you were developing Bernadine how does she see her job well the women that we met with when when Chinoy took me to Ohio they were women who would come to their positions up to the race they come to it from mental health profession and from social social work and so that gave me that they gave me something to back I could understand that feel that he gave me a place to start with the way that person carries themselves the way they deal with other people and I I met these women and I I I felt everything's gonna be okay when I was with him constantly they they had a balance they were organized and they as they talk to their staff is a talk to incarcerate people it didn't change a they just had that kind of yeah you know they can be to my commander and so I have that was that was the thing that that I held on to most when I came when it came time to work really I had I had all of these models in my head of of how the how this this warden would be and how she operated the thing is the protocol is there in a comfortable way in the protocol really carries a lot of compassion in it at the same time so so the approach out for me as a way of dealing with people that seems very succinct and following the rules the rules are there for for protection and for not only for the people that are that are incarcerated but the incarcerate ours are also everybody is imprisoned together and says you need that balance there to to make sure that everything stays safe and and she she can also talks about making sure that the men have their dignity from the way that they spend their time all the way through to the way that you take them out my guess searching away to grow as well as Alfre Woodard we're talking about their new film clemency we'll have more after the break this is all of it.

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"alfre woodard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"alfre woodard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Thank you for spending part of your day with me the winner of this year's grand jury prize at Sundance was a film called clemency it opens with a state sanctioned execution and execution goes horribly horribly wrong and the warden overseeing the tragic event Bernadine is there dean is always there more than eleven times during her career she insists that as a warden she treats the men on death row with respect and dignity she asked them what they'd like for their last meal she directs practice runs of their upcoming execution she dresses prisoners and guards and frustrated lawyers and grieving families with the same collected cool demeanor but as the execution of a prisoner who maintains his innocence looms closer we see the toll that carrying out these death sentences has taken on Burdine's mental state clemency was written and directed by Chinoy eight to go hunting and was executive produced and stars Alfre Woodard as Bernadine high office Hey let's look to listen to the trailer I do my job and next twenty four hours artificial Anthony's defense attorney has already asked for a reprieve from the governor's office you wanna play this bad guys that kind share it with my wife this is gonna be going off is to be seen and to me are hot off what.

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"alfre woodard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"alfre woodard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Three point nine FM this is all of them and W. NYC my guess is our Alfre Woodard and she only a trickle we're talking about their new film clemency such anyway this film opens up with this execution that goes horribly wrong and we are we are there in the room as the viewer and you you make us stay there in the room as if you were seeing the gas for breath in the blood pooling in the excuse and just going wrong up why did you want for the viewer in not to have an escape we do not have an escape from the scene because I wanted viewers to I didn't want it to I don't want it to be easy I wanted viewers I wanted this to stick I wanted viewers to fully understand on a visceral level what is at stake in the story in our society and and to and I and I think what one of the things that I'm one of the things that was my artistic intention by not having a lot of music come by just really focusing on the kind of industrial real mess up the space is that the horror it is is to convey that the horrors of the Monday night the horror isn't through an elaborate film score the poor isn't too quick cuts and rapid editing but the horror is in the every day miss of these acts and the other on sentimentality of these acts and and I think that that opening scene really conveys that and your point there's a lot of space there's a lot in the script where their silence you have to you have to do your job all free without words and in many ways for you as an actor when you see that in a script how do you approach it well it excites me I get happy because I understand them at most actors I understand we're recreating human actions that's what a drama is and life happens between the lines doesn't happen on the lines but most filming happens on the lines that the choice of cuts and so you understand when that's there if there's air that that filmmaker already knows the language the real communication language when you were filming the scenes they were they as emotionally draining to film as to watch for you as an actor or is it just your job is what you do how you actually job was to do respect for him I used to be a bit athletic before I discovered I was an artist is always give sort of sports analogies but its training once you once you train and you work those muscles whether their physical vocal emotional spiritual it's do you wanna be put into the game and but I will say the toughest part for me and soon as I start to say and I start to water up the toughest part was taking that tore and meeting people and experiencing going in and out in understanding as I watched women young women as I watch men walk around on the lines I saw I saw abandoned children I saw young people they didn't have access in education I saw the moment that it that it that at at interruption with respect with with that with the classes with process that gave them a chance to express everything was happening them could have been avoided and talking to condemn demand and knowing the weight that that the the the warden and the deputies the majors carried on their souls it took me a month to stop spontaneously weeping so shooting it I just had to keep myself from charging to the finish line and just keep the breath going to play the music with the musical size I just mixed metaphors of music and at first glance at him but that's what an actor does was there a therapist one set there was yes what went into that decision well that was a decision that might produce abroad when and I talked about during the days of that we shot the execution scenes so because we knew that it would those are probably some of the more the most emotionally taxing days and we just wanted to let people on set the cast and crew know that we are being intentional about caring for your well being and we actually while we were just setting up the execution scenes we actually lost a couple of background yeah but because they were traitors and so they have to the they decided to walk away it's interesting there in the course of doing several interviews in the past year with actors and filmmakers and play right yeah there's been this increased awareness of people's mental health and such you know they have intimacy coordinators now they had one for Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de lune with order McDonald because it was such intimate sex scenes the same with Kathryn Hahn and Mrs Fletcher on HBO when they filmed the first scene of watch men of the Tulsa massacre the director wrote a letter to everybody on the set to make sure they felt comfortable of interest you you're an experienced actor what do you think's behind this this shift that people are starting to be more aware of people's mental health and sets it because we're telling different kind of stories of just the cultures different you know one aspect I think of it is that and I don't mean this in a to to sort of minimize it is that people I think not in our case but if they did I think the me too movement has had a a very the paradigm shift for for the album when we think of the intimacy scenes and like that actors used to sort of work it out together and it's it's really quite a goof off when when you do it but you don't you know most actors have a trust we of the and and then whatever the script is well cast immediately trust that's why you always see is hugging on each other and being very emotional we just met each other because you're in it together and you're all each other has within what happens if you have an actor that you can't find that with so that so it's really wonderful to have to have those kind of that supports systems now you know I have been doing some really dramatic this work through the years with cast and all we always we always had to take care of each other but again you're you're depending on the what is out of bond that we have like it's it's in you as an actor everybody's pants are down I mean to go to that but I'm we're we're all naked and stay on that soundstage emotionally and I think what's good about it now is that the crew was always separate so it it helps to put the crew I think the crew in these situations actually needs more emotional protection and the active because that's what we do we know how to bottom out and go to a place that me and then come back from that but the people whose job is to set the lights you got your best for you guys so much I got all those those people don't do that kind of work every day and they haven't checked trained in how to how to how to get to the bottom of the humans being sold yeah yeah and then keep working that day so I think it's it's great for especially the cruise when you're writing Brendan's character chin okay chin I excuse me where she and her life what's going on could we just we meet her that day I writing her I saw her I saw we'll begin the scriptures on the cusp she is at we start when she's at a tipping point emotionally in relation to her job and and her kind of emotional psychological relationship to her job and so she and and the opening moments of the film kind of start to push her closer and closer towards the edge until we as the story progresses so does her art and I see her I see I see the story entering with her already in a moment of questioning and and and thinking about possibilities beyond her present her present space and there's a of a living execution of man who is maintaining his innocence why did you choose to have their be a question about his innocence as opposed to him we knowing maybe committed this crime well I don't I didn't want audiences ability to see or feel his humanity to be contingent upon his innocence or guilt you know I I personally believe that one of the ways that we're going to kind of move forward in conversations and advocacy around incarceration in the prison industrial complex is that if we don't reserve reform for those who we know are innocent that we have to extend humanities and justice and mercy for those who are definitively guilty and for those that we don't know whether or not they're guilty or innocent average there is one scene at one of the ways that Bernadine is coping is she turns to alcohol and there's a scene when you're clearly operating is clearly drunk and I was that was so interesting to watch you play it because she's not fall down drunk and she's not not herself what where did you want her to be and in that moment she still trying to say she's in control well this clearly she's honorable people usually see him there so they tell the officer uhhuh but the thing is I don't think there's ever a moment even when she's with Jonathan at home with her husband she gets tipsy there's never a moment where she would let herself go enough to ever be drunk because that's what she's made out that's what the that's what you can depend on her but certainly taking the edge off and you see all of the the workers the prison workers come through there she knows people in there that doesn't need anybody else there's none of our people come and hang out in chat there you know there are people that are coming to make that transition just the same as you come out of the nuclear waste this job when you get you screw up you get everybody walks out the there has to be a transition into you going into the space of your love ones why is she having difficulty in her marriage just even having her husband touch her well I think she doesn't have a problem with him touching her the moment said sometimes you know you get when you get in a state and you're trying to go to understand yourself and communicate and the worst thing somebody can do is touch you say okay this you can't touch me right now doesn't mean that she and Jonathan you know there to point their life they're grown ups they have a marriage there those people that didn't go you know it this isn't working I'm leaving I don't.

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"alfre woodard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"alfre woodard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all of that W. NYC analysis to work on today show director Chinoy HQ crew an actor and executive producer Alfre Woodard stop by to discuss their new film clemency about a death row prison warden whose job is taking a toll on her marriage and moral convictions and later were airing our conversation with Sally field who joined us to talk about her memoir in pieces feel then Sesame Street were among the latest recipients of the Kennedy center honors for lifetime achievement in the arts the honor was especially poignant following the recent passing of Caroll Spinney was best known for his role as Big Bird and Oscar the grouch passed away on Sunday at age eighty five we will remember him as well we will get all of it I'm Alison Stewart and I'll meet you on the other side of the news live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laxmi saying a historic moment today on Capitol Hill U. S. house Democrats have unveiled the articles of impeachment against president Donald Trump abuse of power and obstruction of Congress we have more from NPR's politically Seles the house Judiciary Committee could approve the articles of impeachment later this week that would be followed by the stork floor vote on impeachment as early as next week house speaker Nancy Pelosi join the chairs of committees leading the impeachment inquiry to make the announcement on the solemn day and I recalled that the first order of business for members of Congress is the solemn aft to take an oath to protect and defend the constitution of the United States the plans come on the heels of a day long hearing laying down the groundwork to draw up articles of impeachment cloudy salicin pure news the capitol the White House entrance allies in Congress are denouncing the process as a partisan sham and peers Amy hell has the latest reaction White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said president trump expects to be fully exonerated of the false impeachment charges in the Senate trial Grisham and house minority leader Kevin McCarthy said house Democrats are just trying to overturn the votes of the Americans who elected trump but in announcing the impeachment charges Democrat Adam Schiff said Congress could not wait to act because doing so would allow trump to quote cheat in the next election NPR's Amy held reporting well roughly one hour after announcing articles of impeachment against president trump house Democrats have announced an agreement with him on trade speaker Nancy Pelosi says a chamber will move forward on a new pact among the US Mexico and Canada that she says is better than after which president trump blame for the loss of American jobs it has the backing of the AFL CIO the Democrats say enforcement is central in the new trade agreement scientists tracking the broad impact of climate change have a new message for people around the globe brace.

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"alfre woodard" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"alfre woodard" Discussed on AP News

"Momoa and Alfre Woodard six hundred years into the future two hundred years out from where we are now a virus sweeps the earth and everybody there the two million people that are left that's a total population there merge blind and for the next four hundred years no one is born with site as we know it that's from I. T. V.'s this morning Alfre Woodard sixty seven and Courtney Thorne Smith who's been acting since she was a teenager is been starring in the Emma fielding mysteries on the hallmark channel based loosely on a real person David Cameron wrote a series of books about and the feeling is an archaeologist and Dana Cameron is an archaeology professor and an archaeologist so there's a lot of real life archaeology in the books which makes them so much fun and so much fun to play she's fifty two and that's our birthday round up for November eighth I'm Bob Kessler a former First Lady is trying to energize voters ahead of next year's presidential election and to think these math mall reports she's getting some big name help Michelle Obama who co chairs when we all vote this is a roster of celebrities including Selena Gomez and Kerry Washington of also signed on as co chairs of the national non partisan group that aims to boost voter participation in every election the organization which began last year already counts stores like Lin Manuel Miranda and Tom Hanks is co chairs I'm at small the transcript of testimony by George can't senior state department official to the house committees involved in the impeachment enquiring has been released a B. soccer Madani with more destinations by the end Clinton those are the key words George can't says the president wanted Ukraine's leader to say into a microphone Ken told impeachment investigators that's his understanding based on conversations with others in the administration Clinton was shorthand for the twenty sixteen election a reference to the president's view that Ukraine interfered in the race Kendall be among three state department officials testifying publicly next week along with another diplomat who testified the president held up military aid to Ukraine in a bid to force it to investigate Democrats Sager mag Donnie Washington former national security adviser John Bolton didn't show after being asked for an interview today California Democrat Eric Swalwell says they don't have time to try to force Bolton to testify not gonna chase ambassador Bolton into court we're not going to you know follow a rope a dope strategy where we have to wait months or even years I could have people coming open hearings begin next Wednesday former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg thinking.

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"alfre woodard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"alfre woodard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Festival featuring Brian DePalma Alfre Woodard Alec Baldwin no a bomb back Lulu **** over one hundred fifty films and more October tenth through fourteenth info at Hamptons Film Festival work Flatbush food co op a community owned grocery open to the public in offering organic produce and local and fair trade food since nineteen seventy six more information at Flatbush food dot coop W. NYC is a media partner of the Food Network and cooking channel New York City wine and food festival October tenth to thirteenth over AT events and appearances by Food Network and cooking channel chefs visit NYC WFF dot org today. W. NYC independent journalism in the public interest ninety three point nine FM and am eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation. this is..

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Is 'The Lion King' a fascistic story?

Ben Shapiro

01:53 min | 2 years ago

Is 'The Lion King' a fascistic story?

"Comes as you watch the herbivores congregate to bow down before their newborn ruler blanking offers us is inductive world view in which absolute power goes in question where the weak and vulnerable are fundamentally inferior in other words linking offers us a fascist ideology writ large there seems to be No Way Out for the forthcoming remake the first thing to understand that the wind king is that it isn't in any way that winds or any other animal species no it it it kind of is and it says so in the title The Lion King and then also there only animals and no humans in at it's amazing how the west will struggle to say that certain things are not metaphors and then they'll immediately say that this is a metaphor for fascism on earth as in everything below a variety of cute and cuddly figure stand in for human societal organizations mapping internalize social hierarchies on he's pristine and neutral world and the animal kingdom renders these power dynamics natural common sense and desirable because of first of all what should be real about the animal kingdom lions eat zebras it when they're called the king of the king of the forest king of the jungle it is a better thing for quite awhile and that is because the line is the apex predator in this particular scenario that's how they sure I using the predator prey relationships to Allan Grice human power it's almost inevitably incorporates the white supremacist world view so now believe it or not the argument is that the lion king is about white supremacy now last I checked move faster his voice in the wind came is James Earl Jones who is black Simba in the room in the remake is played by Donald Glover who is black nala who is his wife is played by by and by Beyonce say who is black Sir Robbie whose mom is with alpha Alfre Woodard who is black James Earl Jones is still move asa and still black

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"alfre woodard" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:31 min | 3 years ago

"alfre woodard" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Stimulating talk show. If you're just tuning in. I'm joined in studio by composer singer songwriter. Kathryn boston. We're talking about film TV movies now film festivals. Sundance was not too long ago. Sundance is probably one of the most well known film festivals in the world. I've not had the opportunity to attend. That's something that's on my bucket list. I would like to have the chance to go. But I don't think even if I did go I would have the opportunity to have the experience that you Catherine Boston recently had at Sundance where you had not one but two pieces which were featured there the first was the pieces. I am Tony Morrison the pieces I am for PBS American masters and the second was a narrative feature clemency which starred alfre Woodard. Let me before we get to those specifics. In a general sense. What did Sundance mean to you before the first time you went? Well, you mean the lowest the festival is always been something that I wanted to participate in. The moment. I started writing scores for founders. I wanted to have a film in that festivals. That I could sort of see what that kind of activity was gonna be like, and it's just been amazing. It's been an incredible experience. But to score is I'll say you're wearing one hat to executive produce is another hats. And I imagine that they're very disparate in nature as far as what you need to do as an executive producer given the totality of the project versus trying to stay in a creative space for the film score. Did that ever I'll say mentally confuse you at times as you went like trying to switch between hats where I'd like to be in a creative space now. But you've got to make sure that we have all this money line. So we can get this project done. Well, I yes, absolutely. The two don't dance well together, at least not know me. I made active choices that. Okay. Now. I'm going to just focus on this score. But but once once that business piece was in place. I really didn't have to look back. I could completely dedicate my time we're talking about clemency, by the way, which I just read that script and fell in love with it and said this has to be this has to be done. This has to be shared with the public because I felt so passionate about the topic. And I had a lot of faith in this film. And it it it's been incredible. That went on to win the grand jury award at Sundance. So we're we're all really excited and thrilled by that for someone who doesn't understand the the the weight of winning the grand jury award at Sundance what does that say for clemency in terms of the industry? And what does it say more specifically about you as a filmmaker? Well, having that kind of of accolade and award. But the film means that it's it's something that is in force. It's it's a it's a. Making a statement that this is something to be seen. This is something to be heard. This is a film that has purpose and wait that needs to be shared with the masses. And so you have very established directors and people who are at the top of top of their game. Saying that absolutely. This is this is something that has to be seen, and and we respect this. And we want to share this and do anything we can to help forward it into a larger audience. So it's a huge honour talked about forty to a larger audience most of these film festivals to a certain degree are specifically for the purpose of presenting an audience in which would be buyers would come and consider purchasing these films or offering distribution or some sort of channel for it to be seen by other people is much as you're allowed to tell me has it stirred the pot in that regard. That what you're allowed to share? I don't want to get all your business. I mean, honestly nobody's. So I won't tell nobody else. Yeah. No. There's definitely some interest. And that's pretty much all I can say at this point. I mean, you just have to be great joy award. You would be overjoyed. There seems to be a casual cool about you where you take it in stride. And and it's almost like how would you be beside myself enjoying Lee? I'm I'm extremely excited. Okay. Kind of walking around in a daze because we put so much work and effort as a team we all came together to really focus in on on what this film needed and the cast and crew have been amazing. Our director. Was just stellar in terms of being steadfast in her vision. And so all of that is. You know, you need that you need that kind of energy you need that kind of combustion to keep things moving. So I'm I'm still kind of in a stupor to be honest with you your other piece at Sundance Toni Morrison the pieces, I am you had also a very specific musical influence as part of that am I wrong. I was able to create the score. But I also created the end title song high above the water listen to a little bit of that right now. Crimson. Grits. Right. Dance. Dude..

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"alfre woodard" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"alfre woodard" Discussed on AP News

"Super Bowl ad. Did you like that is AP? Correspondent Mike have been reports. One marketing expert thinks it's become more of a challenge for adds to stand out during the big game this become increasingly difficult for anything to for any company to really stick out Emory University. Marketing professor, Michael Lewis doesn't think there were any touchdowns among this year's ads, but he likes the Bud Light corn syrup pads came this corn syrup resistant livered hours. We don't move Bud Light with corn syrup taking a very clear, but kind of humor shot at their competitors. Over the corn syrup Lewis says some Super Bowl ads now contain political message is causing advertising executives to consider whether an ad will alienate some of the audience or be universally enjoyed. I'm Mike Kemp. The twenty thousand nine hundred Sundance film festivals come to a close as AP correspondent Wally Walker reports. Top jury awards went to a fiction film about a prison warden and deathrow duty and a documentary about the generations affected by China's one child policy clemency. Starring alfre Woodard as a prison warden and directed by Chinoy Tchoukou won the Sundance grand jury prize for drama. I wanted audiences. I wanted us. I wanted myself to connect with the ecosystem of humanity is connected to incarceration Manfred Wang and Jialing Zang's one child nation took the documentary award Joanna Hogg's the souvenir won the world cinema jury prize audience prizes. Went to the inspirational comedy Brittany runs a marathon. And the congressional race documentary knocked down the house, which tracks the rise of Alexandria, Cossio Cortez among others. I'm Julie Walker. Radio news. I'm Tim Maguire federal prosecutors in New York subpoena, President Trump's inaugural.

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"alfre woodard" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"alfre woodard" Discussed on AP News

"Listening to the AP digital news network. The twenty nineteen Sundance film festivals come to a close as AP correspondent. Juliet Walker reports. Tub jury awards went to a fiction film about a prison warden on death row duty and documentary about the generations affected by China's one child policy clemency. Starring alfre Woodard as a prison warden and directed by Chinoy Tchoukou won the Sundance US grand jury prize for drama I wanted audiences. I wanted us. I wanted myself to connect with the ecosystem of humanity is connected to incarceration Manfred Wang and Jialing Jiang's one child nations at the documentary award Joanna Hogg's the souvenir won the world cinema jury prize audience prizes. Went to the inspirational comedy Brittany runs a marathon. And the congressional race documentary knocked down the house, which tracks the rise of Alexandria Okaz. Yo Cortes among others. I'm Julie Walker. The patriots Super Bowl dynasty continues. Beating the Rams in a defensive battle AP. Correspondent Gary MacKillop's reports it ties the Pittsburgh Steelers record Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. Did it again for the sixth time? The pats led by Brady won the Super Bowl this time defeating the Los Angeles Rams thirteen to three in a game dominated by defense. But one in the fourth quarter on a two yard touchdown run by pats rookie sunny Michelle and Stephen gets Kaczynski's second field goal of the game. Michelle's touchdown came with just seven minutes. Remaining. Patriot defense held Rams quarterback Jared Goff to just two hundred and twenty nine yards through the air Brady was held two to sixty two. Gary MacKillop's, Atlanta. Pope Francis has warned against fake news during a visit to the United Arab Emirates the first papal trip ever to the Arabian peninsula. The birthplace of Islam AP. Correspondent Charles de LA desma reports from says in a speech young people who often surrounded by negative messages and fake news need to learn not to surrender. To this adoptions and materialism hatred amphibious, the play called a tiny Gulf nation. Gotta by Bahrain. Egypt. Saudi Arabia, and the U seen such propaganda publish since it started in June twenty seventeen the crisis began off the state run news agency was hacked and fake items were published. I'm Charles de LA desma, Trump inaugural committee served. I'm Tim Maguire. The AP news federal prosecutors in New York have subpoena. President Trump's inaugural committee committee spokeswoman says they intend to cooperate with the request. For documents. Wall Street Journal reports it has a copy of the subpoena. Paper says the prosecutors asked for all documents related to the committee's donors and vendors as well as records relating the benefits donors received after making contributions. It also asked for documents and communications on donations made by or on behalf of foreign nationals Virginia governor Ralph north of met with his cabinet. Today's he tries to stay in office amid the furor over a racist photo from his nineteen eighty. Medical school yearbook was made public in state in the state capital. Protesters were anything, but.

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"alfre woodard" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"alfre woodard" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Go to grads. I went to temple university. I earned my MFA in film focusing on screen writing, and directing, and that's when my parents moved back to Nigeria. They're like, all right. The baby is good. And so they moved back and they've been there ever since. So especially for young women and young women of color to hear the trajectory of your life. This is your first son Ted sent here directing alfre Woodard and Wendo Pearson eldest Honshu plays. Anthony would suicide the death row prisoner. Talk about how you broke through to this point where did you go from graduate school? So I I just I one of the most impactful things to my filmmaking career was when I was I was awarded a Princess Grace foundation grant in grad school, which was a twenty five thousand dollars scholarship, Princess, Grace of Monaco, prince Princess, Grace foundation, Princess, Grace, a Monaco. There's a foundation a lovely foundation where they award a handful of films students, this amazing twenty five thousand dollar award to make a film their thesis film. And that is what helped me make my thesis film and that visas from helped me make my first feature in that first feature is what helped me get a fellowship at Princeton in that fellowship is where I wrote clemency and it goes on and on and on. And then I got another award through the Princess Grace foundation. After the first one that helped me make a short film called a long walk which is short film that that really. Impress some of the actress who eventually signed on and along with the script. And so it was that award.

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"alfre woodard" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"alfre woodard" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"You're listening to W R an LP Pasco. Tennessee Radio Free Nashville. From the Sundance film festival in Park City Utah. This is democracy now. Well, I was really inspired to write clemency. The morning after Troy Davis was executed the morning after he was executed. So many of us were sad and frustrated and angry. And I thought if we're all dealing with promotions. What must be like for the people who had to kill him. You know, what is it like for your livelihood to be tied to the taking of human life? As Texas carries out. The nation's first execution of the year. We look at clemency a new film starring alfre Woodard that examines the death penalty from the perspective of the executioners as well. As the condemned. We'll speak with the film's director the Nigerian American writer director Chania Chewco, then to always in season lynching for more than a century was ultimate tool racial terrorism. It is the way on a continuum tactics to maintain white supremacy was a way to keep black people policing themselves. It was the ultimate terrorism. As we Mark the beginning of black history month, we turn to a disturbing new documentary looking at lynching in the United States at centers on the death of blending lacy. A seventeen year old African American high school student found hanging in two thousand fourteen from a swing set in a large white trailer park in North Carolina. We'll speak with Lacey's mother as well as the director, Jacqueline olive all that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot.

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Imagine Dragons' Dan Reynolds Is On A Musical Mission To Save LGBTQ Lives

Mac OS Ken

02:44 min | 3 years ago

Imagine Dragons' Dan Reynolds Is On A Musical Mission To Save LGBTQ Lives

"Apple pays. Got a new global partner seen that says, EBay has announced that its properties will start accepting, apples payment solution. Soon, certain retailers will begin accepting Apple Pay in the US come fall according to the peace with a full scale worldwide rollout to follow. There's another regional fitness challenge on the way for apple watch. I'm Morris as folks and China will have a chance to earn badges on Wednesday, the eight, the ball guest that coincides with the middle kingdoms, national fitness day. If you're on Salt Lake City this weekend, you might be able to catch apple CEO, Tim cook. I download blog says the CEO is set to speak at this year's love loud festival. The peace says, the event is meant to ignite the vital conversation about what it means to unconditionally love, understand, accept, and support, LGBTQ plus youth in our communities. The festivals press release, says, cook will be the final speaker. He'll also introduce imagine dragons a member of which founded the festival. Imagine dragons lead singer. Dan Reynolds started love loud and 2017 of cokes. Participation. Reynold says, Tim cook, joining us in Utah for love loud, son, to clear message to LGBT q. youth, that they have unlimited potential to achieve their dreams. Tim is an unwavering advocate for human rights and quality, and we're thrilled he'll be joining our powerful lineup of speakers and performers at another big name to Apple's. TV roster call to Matt says, alfre Woodard has joined up sci-fi drama. See that's the epic world building drama set in the future that already boasts. Jason momoa and the lead wouldn't comes with the number of sci-fi credits, including Luke cage. Captain America. Civil war and Star Trek first contact. The Cording to the peace wooded will play Paris priestess and adviser on the show. According to the Hollywood reporter ma-ma will take the lead of bub Avaz described by variety as a fearless warrior leader and guardian. You know, this could be amazing. It could also be amazingly bad. And finally today, while the world waits to see, see and other apple TV, there's free TV from someone else to see and gadgets as apple has teamed with Hulu remote. The streamers new Stephen King series Castle Rock the Cording to the report. The premiere episode of the series is available for free on the.

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