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"bfi" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Once, okay? Then after we get the film developed, you can watch it crash over and over till it's not so scary anymore. And your real train will never get broken. One more thing, Dolly. Let's not tell your father. It'll be our secret movie just yours and mine. I really don't want to offend any of the other best director nominees, but it has to be something to win a best director Oscar when you're going up against Steven Spielberg. He's been nominated 8 times, only one twice, Schindler's List Saving Private Ryan, he could win a third time for the movie you just heard a clip from the fable man's. But before we get back to the Oscars and our picks with Michael Phillips from the Chicago tribune, we did want to spend a few minutes highlighting our first film spotting marathon of 2023. We usually do a couple of these per year and going back to the very first year of the show 2005, these marathons have been about filling in our cinematic blind spots with BFI announcing their top 100. The results of that critics poll and their director's poll in the past few months. I think it was November. End of November 2022, we got that list. We thought we would cross off the movies that I suppose we're most embarrassed to admit. We've never seen from that top 100 that marathon is going to start in two weeks. So we wanted to make sure Josh that people knew what titles were coming and they could get ready to participate Michael. We have you here as well. So you can chime in on our picks and maybe even share a blind spot or two of yours. But I think we've got a good lineup, Josh 6 films, 6 countries, four decades, and I do believe all of them are blind spots for the both of us, possible you've seen one of them. We'll find out here in a moment, but all 6 of these films made the critics list the top 100 greatest films of all time as put out by Sight & Sound and the BFI. That lineup is. Yeah, I'm looking at this and I have not seen any of these embarrassingly, so at the end of this marathon, I'll be able to check them off my list. We're going to start with Sancho, the bailiff, 1954, coming in at number 75 on that site and sound top 100 list. Ty here, though, 75 also went to imitation of life, the Douglas sirk film from 1959. Then we have fear eats the soul looking at 1974 here. That one ranked at number 52. We're going to look at mirror one of my Andre tarkovsky, blind spots. I hope by the end of my life because it might take that long to have seen every Andre tarkovsky film. This is going to help me knock one of those off my list. Mirror is number 31 on the site and sound top 100 lists. The Chris marker film, San Soleil from 1983, is also going to be a part of this marathon, comes in at number 59. And then the Edward Yang directed film a brighter summer day, our most recent title, it looks like in this marathon came out in 19 91, ranked at number 78 in the Sight & Sound list that's going to close out our marathon. I thought it was possible that you had seen mirror the tarkovsky. I know you've seen a couple other tarkovsky films that I haven't most notably stalker, which also made the top 100. We're only going to fit in one tarkovsky in this marathon, but 6 films, I can't wait to finally catch up with and we will list all of these titles and the various platforms where you can see them over at film spotting .NET. Just click on marathons at the top of the page or go to film spotting .NET slash marathons. I'm pretty sure all of these films have gotten criterion collection, DVD, or Blu-ray, releases, and all of them except for imitation of life are available on the criterion channel. But they are also on various VOD platforms. The only one, I will mention this, Josh, sans Soleil, the Chris marker film, really, really want it to be part of this marathon. And I think we'll probably keep it. But it's the only one that you could only see in one place. And that's at the criterion channel dot com, at least what I've seen currently. So I am calling that one out, but we've got some time before we get to Sansa lay, at least if we go in chronological order, we will start with Sancho the bailiff. Michael, what do you think of our marathon lineup? I think it's great. And actually, I think this BFI hundred list is one of the most useful lists of recent memory. It's just in terms of I'm not saying everybody's got blind spots on it, but I certainly do. And it's more than I'd like to admit. So I wanted to. But yeah, I see you dancing around which one of these you haven't seen or do you want to brag and you have seen them all. Oh, no, no, no, I'm seriously at least at least 8 or ten down. I mean, I haven't seen Wanda, the Barbara loden film, which is ridiculous. It's overdue. I haven't seen this is one of the Kirsten's I haven't seen. I haven't seen where is the friend's house? How about from our marathon though? Are there any we should most be looking forward to that you have seen or any of those 6 you haven't? I mean, I love Sancho the bailiff. I've only seen a one time way back in my 30s, way back. Not the 30s, my 30s. And but that film had a big, big impact on me. Every which way, story, just all of it is just a beautiful piece of work. So I mean, I'd love to hear what you guys have to say about that. So you know what? I'll listen to it. I'll listen to it. All right. You outed yourself as not participating in our overlooked auteurs marathon from a couple of years ago because we talked about Barbara loden's Wanda. So you missed that, Michael. All right, I'm calling you out for that. I was working up my wrath on actors who hadn't yet worked, like Austin butler. Again, for our complete marathon lineup, the Sight & Sound top 100 blind spots film spotting .NET and click on marathons. Let's wrap up our Oscar choices. Two categories left, best director. Could go to Martin mcdonagh for the banshees of in a Sharon or Daniels
Bloomberg Radio New York
"bfi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Down by 2.6%. You also had the S&P 500 yesterday dropping two and a half percent in terms of stock futures though. European stock futures are deeply negative down by 7 close to 8 tenths of 1%, but both NASDAQ and S&P 500, even futures are holding on to some gains, so looking a little bit more positive. Bloomberg dollar spot index is down by a tenth of 1%, the other major story, though, just do remember is that China has restated its zero tolerance approach to COVID, which remains firmly in place that according to China's national health commission, so it's that plus the fed really that is propelling certainly a domestic stocks and others to declines in China seaside 300 currently down by 1%. That is your blue big radio business flash now here's the anger and Zack a studio to give us the top stories good morning Leon Caroline good morning to you, sorry about that, had to run over from TV and I lost a shoe. So I've only got one. Yes, but let's just get on with the main use. Let's not worry about the shoe I lost. The Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell and says rates will be going higher than first actually thought, even if the hype's come at a slower pace. Speaking after the Central Bank raise rates by 75 basis .4 fourth straight meeting, pal says they are still some way to go before policy is restricted enough. U.S. stocks went into reverse on the news as investors digested the message from the FOMC, with the S&P suffering its worst route on a fed decision day since a February 2021. Now, China's top health body says the nation zero tolerance approach to COVID-19 remains the overall strategy after unverified social media posts Boyd hopes it would actually be eased. The comments by the national health commission come as China ordered a 7 day lockdown of the area around Foxconn's main plant in zhengzhou, and finally Britain's unusually warm weather last month brought down the cost of the government's energy subsidies by over a quarter of a billion pounds. And seasonally high temperatures met households haven't switched on their heating as early as they would in a normal year. That's reduced natural gas demand by almost 19% compared to the historical norm, according to research from consultancy, B F group, B FY group apologies, BFI says the total cost of household power and gas used to the government in the month was about 2.7 billion pounds with a total saving of 260 million pounds global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries, I'm Leanne guerins, this is Bloomberg. I've had my heating on for ages. I still can't get over the fact that this is a testament to how incredibly fit you are. Sprinted into the studio, took one big breath and just landed perfectly calm. For the next two minutes. But look, I'm the heating story. I think this is really interesting. And this is, you know, who knew that we would be so concerned with the temperature this winter because of the major consequences that's having on tackling energy. And also that now that we have, you know, the impact of climate change is getting much more difficult to know what the weather is going to be like to predict that's a kind of big factor. And also that the government really still hasn't decided on a major energy saving campaign or dealing with leaky homes in the UK, all of the Victorian buildings. This is what I think of when I have a look at the story. I do know that we've had these unseasonably high temperatures, which is great to walk your dogs in and get outside in and it's also great for our heating balls, but the problem is Caroline like you do say, the government has really put an energy support until April, which will stimulate growth, but beyond that, there's no plan. So that is where we're going to have to see maybe the November 17th autumn budget will give us more kind of cloud. I've got to say it's going to be very hard for the government to stick to that line in the sand in April, but anyway, the Anne, thanks so much for sprinting it with our top stories. Okay, let's get back to the markets. After the fed signals that rates will go higher, although at a lower pace, later today, the Bank of England sets deliver its biggest rate hike in 33 years. This is we have central banks around the world stepping up efforts to get inflation under control. Joining us now is Ryan LeMond adviser to the board of directories, board of directors at secondary capital, good morning to you, Ryan. Thank you for being with us. Let's start them with the fed, given the signals we've had from Jerome Powell, how high do you think rates will go now? Good morning. And thank you for having me. Our base case two weeks ago was a pause at four 75, but now share power was very clear yesterday. Delivered two bombshells really, whereby they're not buzzing. That's one and two. They're much more concerned about under siphoning than over tightening. That's even a bigger bombshell than the first one. So 5, 5 and a half, 6, we don't know yet. And I don't think anyone knows. Do you think
"bfi" Discussed on WBUR
"Of you Every fiber of your being and thought and process is entrenched on this thing that you're doing right now And that flow state is important for the body because it gets things moving mentally and gets things moving almost physically And when you go into a sense of flow state it starts unblocking these chemicals in your brain in a weird way like adrenaline and endorphins start running And you basically have this elevated experience It's quite interesting so because it just say what price and I don't really play any sport I'm not really particularly interested in them probably because there haven't been many sports I could physically participate in and when they spun came up I was like oh I could actually probably have a go at doing that Have you heard of Luisa Rizzo By chance If you're going to try to find anyone else to talk to to see if you can talk to her I don't know if she speaks English though Levis are visible it turns out is one of the best drawn reason pilots out there A three time Italian champion she competes all over the world as a pilot in the drone Champions League She also speaks excellent English so I was thrilled to catch up with her over zoom from a home in southern Italy Like me Louisa has spinal muscular atrophy and is a wheelchair user I was intrigued to understand how accessible the sport is Louise are how did you find out about drawing an FPV reason and why did you want to give it a go I started by a drone because my father thought that maybe it was a good idea to give me a radio controller and make me move my hands to improve my strength Since my condition is is there good right You're no better to improve or train to keep what you have And so I started via drone But I really had fun So I wanted to try FPV also And when I discovered racing in the world of FPV in general I was really amazed Can you tell me a bit about a first time that you got to try it How did that feel It was amazing For the first time I was free you know like their feeling of freedom Was really important for me I forgot about my real body Because in that moment I was the drone And I could literally do anything I wanted I could run I could go wherever I wanted to To see something it was everything I could ask for And that's the right bed Every time I fly I'm hoping to have a go at flying for the FaceTime soon Like you I'm a wheelchair user also with spinal muscular atrophy I've don't have a lot of body strength or might the be adjustments I need to control the process Actually it's not really a problem because you can choose what you prefer It is a sport that allows you to choose your setup For example I am not so fast in movement In my hand for this reason I prefer to stay in the central part of the sticks from the controller I have my own setup so I decided to make more sensitive that's great So you can make adjustments then to really so you all need can you sum up for me the impact FPV reason has had on your life Some big impact Because you gave me the opportunity to meet new people a lot of people around the world I could buy all over the world travel and it's a way to let all the emotions out too Because whenever I feel angry or sad I just fly enough feel better when I'm at BFI and I can export myself So it's a really a way to be myself I feel like when I fly I feel it was such a delight to hear how Louisa has found a sport that pizza accessible and liberating I couldn't help but be intrigued by that sense of freedom both here and zui seem to get from flying Right There's no way I'm not giving it a go now.
Kids Media Club Podcast
"bfi" Discussed on Kids Media Club Podcast
"We can't continue along that road. So in terms of our support, I mean, we are trying to make as much nice with any political contacts that we have within Wales, there has been, you know, there have been various questions asked in the house, but also in the Welsh government and what the conversation is happening slowly, there's been some media coverage, but of course it's very difficult to continue a story and to keep the media interested or find a new hook to keep them interested again, especially at the moment, of course. I mean, you know, also we know about the open letter that's I think by now perhaps has gone to Nadine daris, that's gained ground and got a lot of support and a lot of support in Wales and continues to do. I keep getting emails from people I've approached to say I've signed a sign of signed. And where is the campaign posting updates Andy? Is it children's media foundation that corralling feedback from people? I believe so. I might have more information on that. I knew you'd say that. Where's Greg we need him? It is the children's media foundation that we're looking for more signatures to the letter. If anything, what we're trying to say with the letter is that it's unacceptable what's happened. You know, I think a lot of us are resigned to the decision has been made. Well, what we're saying is the decisions unacceptable, not properly fought through. And if there is nothing else in the forefront of the government's mind to help us now, then can they reintroduce the funders and stop gap until they have properly considered it and have found a replacement for it. How far that will get us, we don't know, but the noise is making a difference. There are people who are now talking about it in parliament. And that's, and that's real progress before it was a non issue. I don't think people really even noticed when she said she was taking away because I don't think they understood what it was. Now they understand that they can be making a noise. So yeah, if you want to sign the letter or get involved, I think go to the children's media foundation website, have a look at what they're saying there. As with all these things, the CMF, I say, we Greg and the team don't have infinite resources. So it's really everyone pitching in when they can. If you know your local MP, speak to your local MP, if you're a local business, they go in and see them say how it's affecting you. If your children have directly benefited from these shows and it's showing them something or represented something to them, they didn't know before. Again, go in and tell your local MP that they're no longer to be able to access out of this fund goes away. It's small things that just keep raising awareness that has it in the back of their minds so that when something bigger happens, the one we can push a sort of larger button that everyone is aware of it will support it. And I think there is a window because I think like all he said, no one really knew what it was going. I don't think there's a lot of people within government realize that they've just cut millions and millions and millions of pounds worth of children's content. But they don't realize that. Because of the way that it's been that the way that the news came out, it was all to do with the BBC license renewal settlement and it was essentially a paragraph in elected from noting dories to the director general. And it didn't even mention the young audience content fund by name in said letter. It was just that this top slicing of the BBC license fee was going to go, which is something for most people you speak to within the industry and you know what's going on with it. Aren't again, it's not about the top slicing element of it, essentially it's that the funding needs to come from somewhere. And if the BBC have an issue of that, that's a different discussion about the top sighting element of it. But there is a window because DCMS themselves haven't actually said we have closed the front. The BFI have, the DCMS hasn't said it themselves. So they've still got an opportunity to say no, not at all. This is not what was intended to be going, of course we were going to continue. But there's been too many other things going on right now. So I think if people can make enough noise and like all he said, if you've seen content that's had the young audience content fund a tag on in the content and you enjoyed it and it really resonated to your children, make sure you contact your MP or make some noise about it. Thank you. Yes. And just before we wrap up, I just wanted to name check Caroline Roberts cherry, who couldn't make it today, but did say that she was pleased that we were doing this. And of course, the world, according to grandpa, one best preschool at the broadcast awards and itself was a beneficiary of the fund. So therein is a perfect example of how the fund got content, great quality, award winning content made. So thank you for your stories today. Fantastic. Yeah, thank you very much. Thank you. Thanks. Thanks very much for joining everyone. So if you wish to lend your voice in support of the your audience's content fund, please do head to the children's media foundation website for more.
NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast
"bfi" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast
"I'm gonna call pioneering work because it sounds good in that they get is him bio char teaching environmental said bio charge and other things to look into folks all right bio char just like it sounds. Look it up. Important stuff teaching environmental studies of incoming students at the presidio graduate school. You founded project drawdown which is a big deal and now you're sitting working with your peers. The top bfi so done a bunch of stuff. You're gonna do a lot more. When did it start for you. Do you remember like a moment. When young amanda looked around dot com. You know. I need to get in the game. Yeah said it was my whole life and also there was a very pivotal moment and two thousand six but my my parents are interpal. Gis negro around the world and just from a young age saw a lot of inequity in felt disgusted by it and yeah wanted to be a doctor with doctors without borders. When i was four. I i wanna grow up and be but then yes. I studied international development in geography at clark university and then moved back to bolivia where i had been living for my high school years and had this dream. Job of working on fair trade handicrafts with natural products. And doing my anthropology thing and learning i- mara and just it was incredible and the whole part of of the foundation of working with fair trade. Is that you know really build up. The economic foundation of artisans a quarter oblivion sapan population are considered artisans and build up their economic foundations. Supposed to be a hand up not a hand out in terms of international development and then these thousand weather events kept on happening which is not a sentence you should be able to say. They're supposed to only happen every thousand years and there was a flood that wiped out the foundations of the home of this women's cooperative. I was working with and like all of this work. This complex algorithm of alleviating poverty. And what that looks. Like and building economies that are directly based on nature and working with it There's this multiplier effect. Where if you don't have it's like you know. The pentagon calls climate the threat multiplier. There's also this threat multiplier on all of this work that we're doing to help. People have access to global markets and access to you know have more quality and so yeah. It was the same year. That james hansen. Who's leading nasa climatologist said that we had a decade left to turn things around and just listening to him and having those moments just helped me find my life mission which is to reverse global warming in my lifetime through scaling nature inspired solutions that spark cascading benefits. That is what led me to start project drawdown which is now near comes bestseller one hundred different solutions eighty of which we mapped modeled very you know specifically to see that global warming can be temporary we can have cooling within thirty years and i will never forget the day that our initial science came back. Gosh like rewrote. My future rewrote. Just how. I thought about the future for all humanity. It felt like a definitely like come to qatar. Come to guy moment like it's possible. I could see it with my lifetime. And no new. I've been working in climate for a decade. No one talked about cooling still now when talks about cooling it's in recent. Ipcc report a scenario. That goes back down again. That goes to one point four degrees in. it's not..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"bfi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Seattle Tell us about it Did you go visit I did yeah I have to place I've been a couple of times over the years writing about Amazon I still said they'd love to have folks in the tours They're really proud of the facility It's just a big excerpt and a rectangle size of 15 football fields You go in and there's this kind of low hum but the weird thing for me is it's kind of quiet Everybody sort of in their own station most people probably by a number are putting something in a shelf that's brought to them by a robot over 300 something from michelson on down the line A couple of thousand people a day just doing roughly most of them the same task over and over again whether that's picking something off the shelf putting it in the package and taking orders from a smartphone app at all time What is your instinct tell you about facility like this when you walk inside it and you see it Does it seem like given the number of packages it's able to process a day Does it seem like more people should be there You know it really does The place is there's a low hum but it's kind of yearly quiet You would assume hearing figures like a million packages of data there would be more frenzy but Amazon just got it down to such a science that everyone's just sort of quietly going about their business at their station Quietly working for algorithms and robots So what is the human toll of that Even told that well working on Amazon warehouse is often an unpleasant place and has been widely reported Amazon's productivity tracking systems are real precise right They can tell when you're working they can tell when you put down the scanner So if you're in one of these frontline jobs there's always this voice Sometimes it's literally account countdown clock on your workstation telling you exactly what they expect to be able to do And Amazon very aggressive companies such that target real high So that's a life for the front line but one of the things I'm interested in me especially given that that story is so well known is so what the heck the managers do in this construct right If these people are working kind of self directed what are the people at the top of the pyramid and building like this What are they all do all day Well they get to manage a lot more people right They do And a lot of what they do is HR Essentially they're trying to get the best out of people They're trying to troubleshoot when something goes wrong Just because again all of the software wizards and Amazon have taken things out of their hands right They don't do staffing planning at a granular way a lot of warehouses in any company will do Most places you go to work and the boss or the schedule tells you where to go here the schedule grouped up by algorithm There's just so much that's been taken off their shoulders Kind of with the aim of getting this thin line of managers to effectively manage thousands and thousands of people Just real basic question BFI four stand for What is that So it is a reference to an airport in Seattle called Boeing field Every Amazon building across the country takes its name from whatever the recently airport is Okay So that was a big question I forgot to ask during that You get to know how the sausage is made when it comes to studio The other thing is you know obviously this is somewhat of a secret weapon for Amazon and allowed them to really become such a dominant company But how does this automation compare with the walmarts and the targets of the world that compete with them Folks are definitely closing the gap Amazon has built a lot of its technology It's thought a lot of its technology we read about there There's someone acquisition of little robot maker called Kiva back in 2012 That gave them a real big head start But companies are imitating what Amazon does and they are closing that gap right Amazon's biggest advantage a few years ago was getting things out of these buildings as fast as they can Today they're looking for secret sauce just because the targets of the world the walmarts of the world our kind of taking their queues from Amazon robotics fulfillment and putting in their own operations And that from a financial perspective the ultimate goal for any company that has this many employees is to reduce the number of employees because they're so expensive help us see into the future and Amazon's ability to actually automate nearly everything Amazon has set aside full automation as a long-term goal It's something that their technology teams and their roboticists are working toward I think realistically they don't see those practical for a long long time But that doesn't mean they can't get savings along the way We talked to some folks who had insight into their key acquisition and said they save something like 30% on labor costs in the first implementations of their robots come to people operating methods So there's definitely a lot of cost that Amazon can look to reduce without going kind of that dream of a fully automated to send or even doesn't acquire any humans at all So how much better has this stuff gotten with practice and time Is there any sense of that We do know that at a college in a 5 or 6 year period they were maybe three times as fast right State of the art warehouse roughly a decade ago was doing something like 300,000 items a day as you mentioned kicking it off This facility can do a million plus Though I put an asterisk on that's getting a couple of years old now So I would not surprise me at all of Amazon is setting a new threshold and just isn't quite ready to brag about it yet All right so to be fair to imitated or both This is certainly both depending on depending on your line of work But yeah it definitely reshaped warehousing in their image with this kind of technology That's Bloomberg news tech reporter Matt da along with the editor of the magazine Joel Webber Check out Matt story It's featured in the sooner than you think issue Still to get him on Bloomberg business week some startling data on the number of Americans who lack high-speed Internet access You heard Jeff muscus talk about this a little bit What Some small telecoms are doing throughout the American south and elsewhere It was taken more of a kitchen sink approach to plant relays on the top of tall radio towers or use.
The Projection Booth Podcast
"bfi" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"That's where we'll be back next week with a look capricious summer until lead and i want to thank my co host. Jonathan and cat so cat what is up with you. I've just an video. Essay omitted the stone women full arrow which restored that film. It lasted a decent restoration of it. And i also got into the grownup films. I got to do the same seehofer. Bfi as a folk corre. So i'm quite sure. Some people are going to consider my commentary and active sacrilege. But i have no regrets. Because i still maintain some see was a horror film. I think matt winds coming out quite soon is while in the first release would be fires like whoa also the fo. Cora box that which i know. Mike is part of the protection beef. My which hammer video essay from the second run. Dvd's overnighted new comedy. That sat on an italian float. Like one of the italians didn't really do much. In the way folk. Cora neo bruneta rondi film talking. If ever since about fellini you wanna flea scriptwriters made this very weird very political folk horror film in the early sixties which was also sergio martino lou. Chano martino's first production things. So it was a convergence of all all my love's coming together that track so that's going to be on the folk chorus sat which wins. I mike when nazari quite seen isn't it. They sold out and check me out on. Patron catlin ges. Confessions of a semi slower and jonathan. How about yourself. I'm going to be doing some research on the film morgan. A suitable case treatment which is actually also related to gorillas. But this is david warner. Meets the gorilla. And this is this crazy. Sixties film about madness and foreman's politic. Is little bit forgotten these days so i want to really look at the kind of how this film connects. I think kitchen sink drama with swinging london and with the kind of hippy culture so little bit of a break from checks and i've offer just finished a chapter on check coke cinema and i'm looking specifically at the crazy comedies. And this is for a collection which i believe will be called the colonizing cinema and hopefully we'll be released or published next year. Although i'm not quite sure yet because of the current publishing schedules Being impacted but you hopefully next year. That will be coming out. Well thank you so much. Focus being on the show. Thanks to everybody for listening. Thanks especially to our patriot community. You want to join the community visit. Patriot dot com slash projection booth. Every donation get helps projection booth take over the world One moon An airwave media podcast..
The Projection Booth Podcast
"bfi" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"We'll be continuing check timber next week with another film about witchcraft. Kinda which hammer. Until then. I wanna thank co host and gil so gil. What's going on in your world sir. Yeah i've got a busy winter slash fall coming up. I've got a film that i made here in the uk called or boy called christmas. That's coming up later this year and A slightly bigger film. That i wrote called ghostbusters afterlife. Speaking of sequels that's coming out In november and then just You know crafting some future stories in my spare time. I know you can't say anything about this. But i'm going to anyway. At least the bar has been lowered. So far with that franchise that you could probably just have like. I don't know. Dan ackroyd take initiative on screen. If it'd be better than the last fell. Who told you what was in the busters. After like i feel like you've been made privy to some insider information that is going to really compromise. You remember when that wolverine will work print league. I mean it's basically the same thing you're right. I'm not gonna say and kept what's going on in your world triple bfi. I let me onto de seventh seal. Which is like a grownup film which still felucca stepped into rome without one. I thought tend to more when they let me silo. And i introduced the ted buffets comedy scene and laugh through. I thought they would never to have me back but But they did which is nice and also our survey done. Oh can i just say it's good boss season on my peijun so talking to go bowl say's so duster the loose theme and sustainable no rest meyer and pinky violence and staff. You can find that on cartilages confessions of sinister on patron and then also did my second. Italian gothic commentary given the subject of specialized in like a decade. The second what angel for satan. I got to talk about barbara steele the queen of italian gothic. And all the publicity is coming out via severin. I think iran halloween any time. Sarah october one. We'll thank you so much folks who began the show thanks to everybody for listening. Thanks especially to our patriach community. If you want to join the community visit patriotic dot com slash projection booth.
Mac OS Ken
"bfi" Discussed on Mac OS Ken
"Tv plus getting a prestigious premier macrumors says the tragedy of macbeth will make its debut on the big screen but not just any big screen. The peace says it'll be seen first at the bfi. London film festival on the festival's last day sunday the seventeenth of october. The film is notable for a few reasons. I it's directed by cohen brother. Joel cohen who wrote the adaptation. This is the first cohen brothers film. That wasn't directed by both of them. It's also a big deal because it comes to apple. Tv plus as part of the partnership. It has with a twenty four the studio that brought on the rocks to apple tv plus late last year. Then we get to the cast which includes academy award winner denzel washington and academy award winner. Frances mcdormand after premiering in theaters. Macrumors says the tragedy of macbeth will be available on apple. Tv plus no word on when though apple has not yet provided a date for its availability. According to the report wanna give to national parks without going to national parks. Go to an apple store instead. I'm moore says the latest apple pay promotion. We'll see donations made to the national park foundation and announcing the initiative apple said. We're celebrating our national parks with the donation for each apple. Pay purchase at apple store on apple dot com or through the apple store up in the us from the twenty third through the twenty ninth of august. It's kind of hard to imagine that's going to take six days but this to happen though. According to the fine print donations are limited. The first one hundred thousand transactions and have to be for ten dollars or more. It is hard to believe. That bar wasn't met yesterday. But okay be like the laura and buy an iphone case or something or you can donate to the national park foundation which fun fact does not accept apple pay. They might want to chat and finally today. A lot of historic apple stuff has been auctioned off and many pretty pennies. Were paid for it. I eylau chas word of a sale run by our our auction among the items moved the bomber jacket. Steve jobs were while flipping off. Ibm went for a bit over. Sixty six thousand dollars. At least a computer went for just under ninety. Five thousand a signed mac. Motherboard went for one hundred thirty two thousand dollars. A macworld premier issue signed by steve. Jobs and steve wozniak sold for two hundred one thousand dollars. A next nextstep software went for two hundred ten thousand and they working apple one computer sold for just under four hundred sixty five thousand dollars. The middle that is in terms of farthings fetched two more items of note. Hit the block. Letter from steve jobs. That says i don't sign autographs brought in just under four hundred eighty thousand dollars and emmanuel for an apple two with a signature for apple second. Ceo mike markula and an inscription and signature. From steve jobs went for seven hundred. Eighty seven thousand dollars in other news. I am also planning to stop signing things coming up in a few minutes with an apple product event. Likely around the corner i wonder what gig gab co host dave hamilton might be throwing down some benjamin's for a new watch a new ipad. Something in an iphone. Perhaps dave and i are going shopping in a few minutes. Give it a listen moco west. Ken dot com or wherever..
Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"bfi" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"His parents have stopped paying his fees. So he comes up with raunchy moneymaking schemes to stay on campus. Then he falls for gwen. The question remains county turnover new leaf and start to grow up big question. Stop first of all guys this. We often talk about how we get hold of the films at that. We talked about in film clip. I think we all should shout out. See of course. Other secondhand shops are available. Van wilder is not one is currently streaming movie or bfi player on your august streaming service of choice but it is in the one pound been section of your local see x. I think we had a national tour of south england's together. I picked mine up in brighton. They wedgie get your rocks over to bayswater Just been the fringes of west central london hits it and adam is linked to the closest added in stock. It's funny actually. I've not been into one of those shops in so long. And and i very tempted to pick up more things from the kind of one pound section mazing. What if you can get in there. I mean of terms of like we've talked about this before microbe aside from final. I'm not really physical media guy for fulfilment and stuff. Yeah it was kind of hard resist picking up a few extra things. It could quickly become a habit because there are also ways of game. Afyon your trip to see x. If you wanted to sell some of your own. Dvd's and then just faucher go and don't spend any money one pound section. I love going to the really big ones that sometimes city center so the birmingham city centre. One is huge and that's one pound section is like an entire wall and you see you can see like what. Dvd's were so popular. People bought them but not so popular. People kept them so inception something like a two entire racks or just in session but also it's really good you of can travel back through time and realize that a lot of what was put out on. Dvd didn't come out and blu ray. Oh came out and blew it in different ways. You can buy those big like cary grant buster. Keaton bette davis box which have twelve to fifteen films crammed in third. You know ten pounds. There is really good. I mean let's let's face it. Undoubtedly there are some people who sniffy about this kind of thing but for the mary's. What's the biggest the biggest issue with cinnamon film accessibility right. And it's what you can get. Something levin god ten phonetics or ten for move your wherever nipping the sex spend. The come couldn't get a couple of films do right and that's exactly what we did this week. With them. wilder. I only bought one copied by a couple of copies so did watch this film at the time they we found already i. I don't think the cinema basu seward relatively soon offer. It might have been probably before it was on teddy up resort. People would like. Because when i was you know we saw twenty three twenty four. Whatever it was Are definitely would've had friends. Who would have been not yet. It's just the funniest thing seats blah blah blah and. Actually i remember. There is a god who died the for music. Or you should what we've been being q. Back in the pack. And i'm sure i would have had a chevy would have been not year as well funny and all would have been not yet. That's wicked.
Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"bfi" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"Have to then do you give up on the dream. Oh do you take catering jobs in order to them. Play in your local bar for diminishing audiences in so on but the something about heavy math elaborates on stage. You're the rock garden. it projects. This hyper ultra cartoonish masculinity your least overcharged machismo. But then behind that. Who are the people behind us. And we we see that in this film and it's such a fascinating flipside. Something like some kind of monster which is metallica's you know when we're multi-platinum abandoned now. We have to have therapy sort of film and villas way different. There are some very key scenes between lips and rob where they've known each other for forty years their friends to the end but they just can't relate to one another so this'll be there about friendships and relationships creative otherwise the so much in this film. It's very interesting to hear about that film aspects. And maybe i need to go back in. I've forgotten that part but listeners. We'd love to know what you make of anvil the story of anvil as well as any of the other films. Who talked about this week. You're the music documentaries you'd recommend. Please send us in your tips. Maybe we'll cover them in a film club in future episodes altitude allies or truth and movies at london. Dot com literally and david. Thank you so much for joining me this week. It's been a wild ride from suicide squad through sparks to unveil it's been such a pleasure films next week zola based on the twitter threat. Stillwater and film club is bette davis. Classic tying in with the release from the bfi now voyager listening. Please subscribe wherever you poured podcast player of choice. Let's leave us. We'd love if you left one for us listening to the.
"bfi" Discussed on CarCast
"That you know. They wanted everybody to have the same. Bfi box have the same tune ability which was probably a good call. It if they had everybody like different boxes manufatures people figure out how to get in there and do whatever. But i get it. I mean everybody wants to push the limits like the rules are in place for parody and then everybody tries to push as far as they can and then then there's a little bit of luck and a lot of driver that's going on now. They've they've got a lot of things over the last couple of years to our class 'pro-stocks specifically we've gone from unlimited rpm to tend to buy and five. So i mean that was a big change that the the thought there was to save us about a quarter of a million a year on on valve springs. So i guess going from eleven seven to ten. Ten five is good but it's just different. You know i mean just just all that stuff that the rules. It's definitely more of a drivers. The driver tuner car clutch suspend. I mean it's gotta be right. I mean everybody's at tight allowing us to go right. I mean you run it up on the limited long and you're losing a bunch of momentum if short stick it you're you're not putting all your power down so you got to know you know how how you shift and program your shift lights to yeah to match match that and make good runs. Yeah all right well then on that note. We're going to go ahead and wrap things up guys. Thank you so much for coming in. Definitely checkout jags.
"bfi" Discussed on Bigmouth
"Culture is if it was. It's birthday every week. That's why we're looking so old. I'm sean patton somewhere over. That is andrew harrison andrew. How're you absolutely delightful. Sean love to hear from you as you well know. Mp joy morris no relation off once one portrait of the queen in their houses for by the end of the year which obviously was greeted with uproar and delight by twitter. I want to ask. Portrait would eat portrait. Would you want ones houses. Whose portrait what i want it. Absolutely everybody's house Well i mean. Obviously obviously tom baker as the fullest doctor. Because he's inspiring pitcher what he's putting his hand doesn't it 'cause way but i don't think people should be forced all or even encouraged of anybody in the houses unless it's the green lady that used to get in willie's that's quite good one. Although i would actually quite i would like to be a green lady version of the queen that everybody could have obviously like everybody else. I saw morrissey trending on twitter when our here. We go morrissey quaid. Oh has he said something. Outrageous the queen again. This is an enormous surprise. Never happened before and then it turned out to be somebody who is only the second worst morrissey around and this silly and pay with a stupid idea of a pitches the other night. It's it's you know. Thank god. We've got policies. I don't like everything's let's the queen To be free anyway. let's move on. Let's meets our. I guest returning to big mouth. Linda merrick is a film critic for. Hey you guys. Bfi jewish chronicle mirror the enemy. many many more heller. Linda how are you. I'm fine how are you. i'm all right thank you. You wanted to mention candidate. You not the film festival. I presume more than just a holidaying city. Yes i did. It's a it's very exciting because it because we missed it last year. It's actually happening this year and is happening in person can be in can They are Allowing people who are doubly vaccinated in and without oscillation or will be back with current which is quite good All you have to do is provide a negative test days. Taken seven two hours before and I think it's going to be great and the lineup is absolutely fantastic. The the The jury looks amazing We have our old front taha. Heath minute and spike lee is the president of the jury which is fantastic again. And i think it's probably one of the most eclectic juries ever i think in the in the last few years so you know all looks very exciting and i'm really looking forward to seeing. I'm not going obviously I i'm really looking forward to seen what what what what comes comes out of it really. Obviously if can all listening which they do the film festival do want to invite us all there. We would say yes. We'll go out of the impasse and festivals. Are the things so london film festival and yet is it is going to be in peasant farming this till october sapphire essay. And they're gonna have some screenings online and lots of screenings In person and it's all going to be sort of in the south bank. I mean some of it is going to be so and so offer the west end but There have more more screenings in this. The southbank around and that is really good because we're really missed it last year. I think the had the of like a handful of screenings public screenings at the bfi but most of them really were were line which was bit side Like i said you've if you remember did say and for me film festival. Israeli you really to beat gut an attend them in person rather than have sat home. Watch them also joining us. Jim butler a writer. Who's worked for the guardian jockey. Slot the word. The face makes black hole and corner is anything he hasn't worked for. Hi jim how you doing. I'm all right. Thank you onto a good through back last time you mentioned the jockey slut trip tribute addition to hundred whether all the book the jockey and it says raise fifty thousand pounds a crisis thrombosis. Uk amnesty uk. I'm the ms just no bug and is it on. I mean we When the idea was first mooted Probably about thousand copies not not but Was amazing and it went on. So you know we. I think would be reprinted twice. Maybe three times on yet. I think poland john Announced yesterday that the final figure was fifty thousand pounds. I mean Fantastic and apparently that you are getting ready to learn something jockey slut related. What is this you gotta give us. A world exclusive on something top secret someone bicycler on the back of the response to the book sexual major was like you need to do something need to get back Be so the panzer foot. A won't be junkie xl as such but the Folks something coming soon a that will be an announcement soon. Be belieber of juxtapose. It'll be that time has gone. That was no nineties. Not staying. But i think everybody makes came out that Beijing jockey slow predicts kind of thing. Money's the moldy happens brilliance rights. We've gotta show today so on this week's show snaps. It's the power we look at new mads mikkelsen movie another round. In which a group of disaffected middle-aged teachers looked to an unexpected source of inspiration and creative spark booze all day. Every day it worked with dylan thomas plus new albums from the police. Dennis the menace of hip hop tyler. The creator and bobby. Gillespie and jenny beth from savages and scenes from a marriage in the collaborative album utopian ashes and a remarkable documentary about the out. Their otas of zambian rock and roll. Yes zam rock thing. The band witch. The film is subtitled. we intend to.
X Factor Roping Podcast
"bfi" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"So why would we get out of our comfort zone when what we're doing is fast enough. You know like. I know if we have a just an average steer an jeff gets a good start can before so i mean that's gonna win a lot of money like when i know i pay twenty six thousand but i think fourth paid like eleven if you win three eleven thirty so in it's more it's a higher percentage as you know. Feel like we can do that more. And then if we keep doing that then we're going to get paid a lot where you get the right steers and you get up to the. I ching right. That's that's what i think it. Has i watch. And i knew when you got the tenth on which by the way. This is great. you'll show. But a man i i couldn't have done it because just having it all on that. Where have all it. It just seems like it's so easy for things to go wrong but that did make sense to me like okay. You know bigger arena. A little bit more forgiving. To go catch your header does mysterious strong one. We can take the extra swings and then get him on a rope. And then you're he'll take care of more at the thomas smacked us basically. You're trying a couple of calls at the bottom and it had been good lawyer. You know you just try to win something all right so last question was that the most nervous you had been or what is the time where you're like the nerves are really going like it was the bfi one of those moments and what you do to manage those emotions going into take me through the warm up process or the if it's a short round of the bef whatever how do you try to get yourself ready so you know mentally you're right you're locked in Man like probably the most nervous probably have been in nineteen before the.
"bfi" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Okay. Him. 7 90 pc Okay. ABC news at 5 30. I'm sharing reared and good evening L A county supervisor Katherine Barker is calling on the governor to immediately relax a statewide covered mask wearing mandate to align with the new federal guidance. The CDC now says fully vaccinated. People can stop wearing masks in most circumstances, but state and county regulations still require them. Maxine Waters is among lawmakers accused of abusing the privilege of air marshals on flights. A complaint filed with the House Committee on Ethics addressed Waters flight from D. C to Minneapolis and April to attend the trial of former police officer Derrick Show. Vin Waters was already accompanied by two armed Capitol police and two U. S Secret service agents when she allegedly requested to air marshals in two more marshals on touchdown to escort her in the airport. The complaint says air marshals for her trip were removed from already aside. In high risk missions so they could accommodate her request on top of her already armed security detail from the Capitol police, the markets all closed in the green. Our lives are filled with choices. What's not a choice addiction opioids. But even with opioid use disorder, you still have a choice. Choose treatment and choose change. California Fine, Medically proven treatment options they choose. Change CIA dot or new, sponsored by Choose Change, CIA dot or G'kar. Okay, ABC. Soquel weather Partially Sunny. For now. Clouds are rolling in currently mid sixties at the beaches mid to upper seventies for the Inland Valley areas with temps dipping into the mid fifties for the evening. Currently it's 71 degrees in Laguna Hills, 65 in Beverly Hills, and it's 77 degrees in Granada Hills. K a BFI dot com has new stories written with you in mind, plus great exclusive podcasts and a link to listen. Live online. Check it out at K abc dot com. Traffic.
X Factor Roping Podcast
"bfi" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"I was a second behind rube weaver. Fifth call back and we were five right he was the back arena. Any literally cuss me when he wrote out the back. I wrote my Off all day and back in a box. And i gotta be six to be. You have rope perfect rope. Seven second cal every time and it was a compliment cuss but it was a unbelievable hidden. And i'm like europe. It was time bomb on. How can you go the cow to win when all you gotta do is catching win money. I said number one. My horse was quick already. It wasn't like i had the luxury done bombed owning three times all the way. I'm better off going that way than trying to run him in there and him ahead of me. Plus i had a lot of confidence. I could pull it off again but yes group was mad at me for a while after that. I'm good friends with rubens. Like my one chance. Yeah and well. It's funny because it's the ability in the confidence to do that. And then on top of it. I think we're where you are winning. And you know you can do these things so it makes it. You're almost more relaxed. I notice that after. I have a a win or something. I'm i'm a little more comfortable. Like even after the bfi my thought process shifted. I tried to head an open to win money back and make sure that i don't lose. I i kind of keep going then. I noticed i started. Roping opens. And i'm trying to figure out how to win first or second and because i had money to risk and i noticed when i did that and i loosened up it changed how i wrote. These opens it. It helped me. I didn't know it but it really kind of opened up my heading. But i experienced it at the bfi. I got..
The Drunk Projectionist
"bfi" Discussed on The Drunk Projectionist
"It's Judy. Vertigo was showing an anniversary screening at the BFI in the south bank in London, the BFI's the British Film Institute. My name is Chris attaway and I'm an audio producer podcast producer and a little bit of radio producer as well. And my partner Beth and I had never seen vertigo. And had read recently that it overtook Citizen Kane as the best quote unquote the best film ever made. So we just booked tickets straight away and thought well, if you're shown at the cinema, we have to go and say it. Madeleine, Judy, Judy, Madeleine. Today we're gonna do something a little bit different on the drunk projectionist. I'm Todd Milly, by the way. I'm the host and producer. We're going to hear from Chris add away. He lives in Cornwall, England, and he and his partner, his partner's name is Beth. They went to the BFI to go see a Hitchcock movie that neither of them had ever seen before. Like I have no respect for Scotty when he's trying to turn her into Madeline because you think why can't you fall in love with the wheel duty, but he's not he's absolutely resistant to that. He's not interested. It seems in the real woman at all. On this episode of the drunk projectionist, we get an alternative take on vertigo. This is, I've never seen a Hitchcock vertigo. After. I'm Todd belby, and this is the drunk projectionist..
007. The Ipcress File
"And it has since been listed as number fifty, nine on the BFI list of one hundred best British films of the Twentieth Century. See I'm starting to worry now, this is when the listeners thinks that I'm just not very good at to. Reviewing films because apparently everyone who actually means anything really like this film. Yeah apparently, you're not a member of the British Film Institute. Well I can't confirm that is true. You you're right in vote just kept going for Johnny English two. I it's so so many black international. Right and the response was these twentieth century films. Couldn't my head around? Okay. I feel pretty stupid. Now, that's breaking time to move on.
Van and Bonnie in the Morning
Oklahoma City Thunder's Nick Collison - I'm retiring from competitive basketball
"In johnston here's gary thanks bonnie thanks van good morning everybody big ten softball postseason tournament got started last night i would defeated ohio state five to one down in bloomington indiana behind allison do scenes fifteen strikeout performance the hawks move on to the quarterfinals to take on northwestern tonight it was a little noisy state edging northern iowa four three in the missouri valley conference tournament opener nick collison is retiring after fifteen nba seasons all with either seattle and now oklahoma city college since best year was in two thousand seven when he averaged ten points ten rebounds for his career average six points on fifty three percent shooting born in orange city of course he started high school at iowa falls and at the university of kansas so nick collison retiring after fifteen nba season let's turn to golf whereas act johnson is one under par after the opening round of the players championship tpc sawgrass and vedra beach florida there is a logjam at the top that other johnson dustin yeah the world's number one he's in a group of a half a dozen at six hundred par he's joined at the top of the ladder by webb simpson matt kuchar justin hanley alex norton and patrick kennedy tiger woods evenpar after one round phil mickelson plus seven i'm gary dolphin newsradio ten forty who seven fifty three whol i read something that that was interesting i want to tie this in with something that you told us about the last couple of days bonnie first of all national geographic has named twenty eighteen the year the bird hold you heard okay but the effort is taking place in iowa as well did you know that there's a program called bfi bird.