19 Burst results for "BFI"

007. The Ipcress File

SpyHards Podcast

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

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.

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"bfi" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"bfi" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It's eight oh five of the bay area's news station KCBS expects sunshine and a lot of it throughout the afternoon today good morning I'm Melissa call Ross and the morning I'm Dan Mitchinson here is what's happening a suspect is in custody after an hours long standoff with police that forced evacuations and a shelter in place order in Vallejo yesterday KCBS is Peter finch has a story it all began about quarter past two Saturday afternoon when a woman called nine one one to say she had been kidnapped and raped when police showed up at a home on willow street the suspect forty one year old I Nell Cole a vocal and took off he ran into a home on Holly street and refused to come out neighborhood resident James Perry was among those who had to evacuate one Vallejo swat team moved in he tells KPIX five really knows out here that I came we came outside we can relieve. and then they would let us out then they finally moved in that it sounded like it back in it ended around eight thirty last night when the swat team entered the home and the suspect peacefully surrendered Peter finch Casey BFI fighters have contained a blaze in Lake County that charred more than fifty acres and had at one point forced the evacuation of several neighborhoods the fire broke out yesterday afternoon in the area of coal creek road and highway twenty nine year Kelsey bill bristling with cal fire tells KCBS that more than a hundred firefighters manage to keep the flames away from nearly one hundred homes here support the ground troops and all the agencies involved did a really good job containing this fire corralling it to a degree and making good containment efforts despite the wind which made some runs in some grass the fire now is a hundred percent contained two fires are burning your Orville of bringing back memories of the camp fire for some people in Butte county who relocated from paradise Swedes fire has burned four hundred acres it is twenty percent contained while the Forbes town fire has burned fifty seven acres and is eighty five percent contained this morning both burning in a rural area just south with west skews me southeast of Orville evacuation orders are in place in two buildings have been destroyed including one home governor governor Newsome.

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"bfi" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"bfi" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Maybe was not going into the family business or trying to resist the visits sensuous theater. Exactly. Well, theater, or or, you know, my parents were active in movies too. And my grandparents acted in actually my great grandfather was in in. Silent movie of very big other movie that was shot in Australia, and these it's still exists. Fascinating trip to watch. What's crazy? Hey, you know, I saw it as a birthday surprise once when I lived in in in London and the BFI put it on. And I didn't know, and I sat there and other. Well, okay, fine. Why not you know interesting, and I recognized him on on not because I knew him, but because their pictures around that I've seen and that was a creepy experience. Did you? So did you have an immediate aversion to the theater or take awhile? I I never had an aversion to the theatre. I just you know, because I grew up in it. And that's all my family ever talked about a, you know, there were there was. Big family and lots of friends and. Many many occasions where people were over and. All the F A talked about was the theater right at age six. I had had. And so how much of a serious serious pursuit was acting as a child was it just sort of never never. No, no, okay. No. Would you know was out of the question? And so when did it turn into something when I ran out of other ideas, and we're we're in that sequence of events because I know you consider pursuing a career in cinematography is a DP simultaneous two overs that product rushing that was prior. That was when I still had my two cents worth together. And. Yeah, cinematography and and fine arts, and, you know, it's funny because it's the reverse story that you hear from many actors of the fallback your fallback was to fall into acting in the theatre when many it's it's the dream. It's the thing that that the parents may be don't want you to go into. Yeah. No. It was not a dream. And I always referred to wanting to become an actor is is something I've referred to it as a developmental fixation. Really? Everybody wants to become an act at one point in their usually puberty. Right. And with the you know, the with the with the. Let's say successful finishing and of puberty and growing into something more adult like, you shed that right? Wished to become an actor like I dunno cocoons or something transitional. And the ones who don't make a healthy, you know, don't make healthy progress in in their development, the ones that are fixated on the rest of Pugh miss and kind of fantasies. They then have no choice, but to become actors to somehow come to terms with that fixation, right? And it usually leads into alcoholism drug addiction. The desperation you avoid all the, sir. How did you get to the level head on your shoulders today? I wonder whether I have successfully. But I don't know. I, you know, of course, it's I mean all of this facetiously, but only to agree. Yeah. There is there is something to it. And and that's I claim why becoming an act is really easy being an actor as different story. And you you know, that life your stories fascinating. A we'll get to it. I mean, you were a jobbing actor for decades, and like and and more than decent jobs, by the way. Right. It wasn't like you were you were making a living. You you were decent living. I could support a family, and occasionally I even stuff that I like to do. Right. And I was not completely disregard or overlook sure. I know I'm jumping around the bit. So so forgive me. But I'm with you. Okay. Good. Good. You spent some time here in New York in your in your in your youth are those where did that word that occur in that developmental period in that pursuit of that? Actually that was on the verge of trying to understand what was going on. You know, kind of demon my first step into adulthood. So to say, yeah. Same taking responsibility. And I did a few things in on television, movies, and and one theater on. And I felt I happen to really or Hatton to really equipped myself with reliable with reliable, tools, and.

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"bfi" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"bfi" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"Well, coming up in truth and movies. A little white lies podcast. It's Mike alita here. In the hosts chairs across from a pair of top tier? Lies contributors bring touch of French class to our discussion class. No doubt is Manuela LeSage, Manuela, and are very unbeatable boy county councils, welcome back him. Nice to be. We'll be talking about new releases very shortly. But first if it's a follow from last week. Now have are the ones who are party B palooza film clip pick last week. I saw it years ago. I think I'm not even show with living in the UK the remember being really baffled because like what is this culture? What are these people who is this, man? The time. The me on rewatch. It was amazing. I watch both both Simone and David last week. It was quite positively received. But we have an Email from Stuart Jones hair DOT and your discussion twenty five people in the last pod reminded me of the time. I saw it and the unusual thing that's occurred. It was a preview screening Manchester pizza hook himself with an attendance. And sat a few rows behind me during the early on in the film producer mountain hamlets his show and swear elaborating joy division for the early. Ramshackle performance of she's lost control. Hook Sheraton outs. That didn't happen in the subsequent scene. Whether to show playing on properly, he said more chiefly last more like it's as this is the only time something like this happens to be my as cinema going. I thought I'd ask the pot. Have you ever attended a screening of a biographical film in the presence of one of his subjects and did they Hackel? It. This sounds quite a question. I don't think I ever have I have. But it was for another Michael the film, he did about wolf Alice. So I was working at the BFI at the time as an usher. And I just kind of sat in on the screen, and I was like, oh, this sounds weird. And all of we'll Vallis and the crew were in attendance. But I don't know that they so much heckled as they cheered every second of the movie because if you know about the film as a fictional storyline. Kind of grafted onto this toll documentary where it's like to act as a playing like a manager in a row D full in love so sexy and everyone just lost them. That was about eight. I don't think there's any real heckling maybe a pot from like members of the band yelling about dissing each other. But it was friendly like. Michael wins has form. Stressful like, if I can avoid seeing the real people, I think it would because all like bio pics general is such an interesting complicated affair. Must be interesting. I've heard stories of you know, screenings of some films or like the countries, especially where the real people turn out to be there. Like, they were not expected and turns really bizarre because they don't like the film things like that. So that's so special. Yeah. That sounds like a good one to I don't think I haven't examples of that. But if listeners if you do let us know by the usual channels outs truth movies on Twitter truth movies at TCL dot com. Via Email on the comments section L to be lies dot com slash podcast..

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"bfi" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

Mostly Lit Podcast

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"bfi" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"So when I started working out penguin, those people I was only guy dead haven't compensation and his interested. He said that crosses the wrinkles Gilda shoes. Choose telling me, I'm working wrong. And then. Not randomly, and she starts working about like, Jay Haas flimsy in. What is going to solve an I four K to the Smiths and Morrissey, I mean because I'm trying to trying to outdo her. I wanna. Exactly kind of just like I will point. Do we say these are the things that are coming to Voss? But then not distinct by race, John and it won't make any kind of miss. I to one of those things, I don't know. Well, I think needs to be important is that needs to be that dialogue. So that if you see somebody does not know what you're talking about. Explain it to them talks about a lot of the times. All you need is inclusion. Also, what do you think about this? I'll say, oh, I don't know. Oh, okay. Let me tell you. So it's very easy. Just it just don't have to do it because it's very easy. If it's a common thing, it's what you do around question. We have a Mike because that we can have it. All okay here. It's just basically around you guys were saying, and I find it very interesting, the anxiety and the preoccupation with including white people and whiteness, and I just it's just a very funny compensation to hear like if you you know, if you gravitate toward other black people why is there an itty about it? Why can you not be a punch ethic about unapologetic about that? And just go two ways. He something in common. Why do you really care about what up why people today care about that one day go in tools, the people that they gravitate towards and it might be at your exclusion? You know? So I just feel like it's not just a bit moot point. Like, I why do you think people can because one we are not a majority, sir. Just because I told you what what you're saying. But. I think people care because you are noticed one black woman amongst field of why faces with a way you go. You are seen. So I think the exiled comes from you thinking, or should would they think that I'm not being you know, so should enough because I'm only gravitating towards black people. You think it like even though for example, where I'm like have a resold foundation of black girls who I literally hang around with every single day. I have no business hanging out. Anybody else to why can leave and hang out with my friends? However, we have had that conversation of ood e think that maybe and then yet, but who cares as you say, but that conversation law people have it and a lot of times, you feel it, and it's just it's the confidence of getting to that stage of actually I can gravitate who I wanted. People don't have that confidence. Anything other just reached the stage with the moose environments where I just. K anymore because I've been so used to being the anyone even ambitiously when there are other people in those environments that Dennis early. Honestly, inviting or take thing so you just become quite like not reclusive. We just indifferent tool. Yeah. I just do you do that Giovinco? Question to have to stem. Not cool. Yeah. We can see. Think I think some of the combine? Are in or extremes who? Yeah, I think the clouds poisonings nothing that you have friends. Sale. So I think it's like a an obligation to make people feel comfortable with the head. Or or small walk on a response by Tom's of the previous seems to me is too scary scene in Ville because it's not word between funding scaring, a bunch of people went into talk to you because they've seen what? And who they wanna do is remind you that black of tool can choose about like, you know, where your camera initial enough the point it's not really about. It's not really about of picking Toby our into train station and Wackle a white guy said to me in this into doubly. That's that's the genome about like, how did you get head stage? I mean to you need help those are the things we're talking about think about..

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"bfi" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

Mostly Lit Podcast

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"bfi" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"Seal black mold down there. My mother loved her kitchens. So we keep a piece of her. Georgina. This is Chris is Rose's boyfriend. The garage goes under the Sankt now for the Peacedale stone. The field of play. The nearest house is across the lake. Total press. What? White family black servants total cliche wasn't ticket there while you didn't after blaming. We hired Georgina on Walter to health care for my parents died. I couldn't bear to let him go. Boy. The way looks. Yeah. Know. By the way, I would have voted for Obama for third term if I could best president my lifetime handstand. I agree. K liberalism. I want to. One of the first question of the room and just going on raise point where you know us like when you know complacent work can do join in. They don't change the compensation. I feel like if I won't talk to a group of of what people talking, and then they changed as compensation to something that they think the I would relate to and then start talking about bomber. I'll be equally as offense as if they did do you know what I mean? So. That's what I mean. Mm. Yeah. Because when like, I don't know why people join the conversation. I don't start talking about Stalin or like auditors somebody like I dunno. Somebody like white who I'm not settled that Trump. Okay. An example for the win win win your friends when someone comes onto it will be like a seamless. See somebody's uncomfortable living uncomfortable. See someone doesn't understand so one. I'll be also this is what we're talking about. And then I'll be like, oh, I've never been and then they'll start talking to. But then because they know that I'm standing cut me even about loving rappers come over. I I took my love and hip on. How do you explain it to them and say, I'm into the conversation? I will say I'm talking about love and hip hop. This have you seen like these TV dramas like Kim, Kim kadarshian, but with white people. Treasure. No. Lanta hokum position to the sayings say that I'm stuttered. You got enough to be like, this is what? The me overseas taking to his, you know. Screamed ISIS bizarre my opinion. That's a dumb compensation really could have been times less firms on is so weird 'cause I actually do this as well a to run..

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"bfi" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

Mostly Lit Podcast

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"bfi" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"Those fun. We are headed here. Yeah. Here it just south. Came out of nowhere. We got a pretty good. Muster to six reckon weird. What I say say one down a couple of thousand ago. I mean, get on my high horse, but I'm telling you, I do not like the deer. I'm sick of it. They're taking over there like rats. They're destroying the eco system. I see a dead deer on the side of the road of the myself. That's a start. I don't even understand that. What I am Rachel for what you've done to at all like. Got that. Yeah. So doubt. How long is this thing? The sleigh. Four months. Four months. Dry. Get used to say that. Pleased. I'm sorry. Oh, yeah. I'm sorry. She's right. Exhausting. Tour. I impact before the tour. Mris office should takes appointments in that, right? Plus, I k turns out people up here. Just as messed up in the city's Jeremy Rosal brother areas stories. Yeah. This have he's studying medicine. We just like a little now. Cool. Pretty emma. I'm a traveler, and I can't help but I keep bringing souvenirs back. It's such a privilege failed experience. Another person's culture. This might my dad's claim to fame was being a Jesse Owens qualifying round for the Berlin Olympics nineteen thirty six one's owns one from him. A moment. What What mama. mama at work. So there with perfect Aaron race bullshit. Black to comes along proven wrong front entire world. Kind of..

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"bfi" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

Mostly Lit Podcast

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"bfi" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"Yeah. No, it's more. So I guess I can hand embarrassment if they fuck up and so like the every time I'm watching spec. Unwed poaching? I'm thinking. Guys. Like they're gonna forget there wasn't like. Oh, sorry Olin. I still forget to remember. And I love second hand embarrassment. Yeah. And so every time I'm watching it. I'm thinking, please don't mess up. One just think take time up fast. Visually support the ice because embarrassing and they have to. Got. And I'm just like. Now inside I'm like, yeah. You've got this. But really, I would I would I would hate to be you in this time. Did I mean? So that's the one thing that I'm like apprentice apps Beckham, wet part. I'm just it's this law man, if you mess up is peak for unit. So. Yeah, no snow, of course, not hundred Artis. You guys read that it's on the New York. Okay. Okay. Freese ago. Audio versions wasn't on the New Yorkers autobuilders bills plates in labor of audio two as you read while you, do you. Tasks that get some other my my favorite time now guy also most guys got mostly flakes. It's not just a noble nicely. Excited about Lance notes. He ain't broke. My is different. Okay. So mostly flex this episode guys. We are discussing get out hands out who seen it. If you haven't. Wow. You're gonna see clips over now. So we all what stats and I watched again this morning, but just before we kind of die dissect just a general like, how did you find the film, Derrick? Okay. Listers quick quick. I fought a film over it. I've race it was over. I saw people were really imposing on things that is just kind of good commonly. This is this is so obvious, and you're going on like you have to be some Ricca movie fans, they act like there's so many hidden messages in the cartoonists feeling Feeling you you know, know, what what I I mean? So yeah, I really really enjoy it. I mean, I enjoyed it. I am to experience of what a lot of people in the cinema. That's what enrich the experience for me. One thing if I was watching a hold on myself. Respite all over. Okay. Colton alex. How did you find out? Get out was. A trip come on edge. Call for three days after which net. I guess the best the best onto which is when you immigrant. Cinema in. I mean, do you think it was William? Yeah. There was some reenact is in that does bring together a lot of serious points about race in America. Yeah. Like four today. He has in twenty eight teen. Interesting relationships liberal liberalism for cats, at least retargeting or different things. I think there was a lot. There is a lot of dissect in the throw there were too many. I think he put those in-intentionally like he was trying to be over there. Like if it's explicit. Yeah. It was scary. As. I quite enjoy day. And there was definite scary moments. I loved watching integrate because obviously the racial tension in the film can be really seen in the in the cinema. So like when they're like, some funny parts, and you see maybe a white person laughing in your life. Or like something happened and was at the end there is that police scene and man's just you know, stabbed this woman. And then and then you just hear the police in the host cinema just grown that will. And if just something as simple as that will make you really every industries just they will while to the film in some way or another. There's no way to clears American accent wasn't too bad. Actually. Yeah. I was very convinced and that goal rose. She's a monster. So what I did we are going to play guys a few clips that we will discuss. And please feel free to talk about it during be shy. And otherwise, we will pick on you guys. So case like offer yourselves up get involved. It's going to be fun discussions. Can we please have the fast clip? Please. Good, brother. Yes. Course it is. Something..

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"bfi" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

Mostly Lit Podcast

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"bfi" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"Okay. Well, just and you know, she somebody that is able to sit down with child and bus Joe can share, you know, and nobody else does that will children aside festival. Have the hell did we get to the section because? Rhyme them, and you know, it was buying them. Tell me how that led to the dog. I said so you're breaking down sections of that. Then like owner, but it will start like, I know. I wasn't listening because she was like. Yeah. Man. Love me. And I don't even know why they do it. No, I'm on come on, our we that to Mason guys are guys. Okay. So you can have your time. But let me have mine. He like, you know, I'm not saying you're what for what? But she basically said, you know, I have like have this thing mentioned love me. I don't even know why. Which is to the point where lovers come in and out, and and then I have like male friends. You know, you're the chicks. I don't have girlfriends and I'm just like. Way would so fun about. So when I was reading this. When I was reading. She was like, yeah. I don't really have gall friends, which was like, I have enough male friends. So that when you know, this guy cheats on me and stuff stuffing. All I only have my cat in my adult in my life. Only dogs are loyal creatures. Got an hour. Firstly expediency hurry that whole section which took about guys thousand elements. It wasn't. She wasn't trying to exhort herself birthing. Secondly, when she's like, she doesn't have many women. She says because she's no longer in that world anymore. John, stan. So basically Hubble out the world where Odin every women she's now being hundred so she's in right for fake, and I still have girlfriend now for goodness sake. Anyway, I'm basically what she says. Okay. She has male friends were basically like and oversee what she's trying to say in to the Rodman. No, she based in my purse, be translate sheath around gaming. I think about that's what she's these men want to sleep with her. But they can't because she has this all wooden snow. She saying I think she's saying she's around game. Okay. Definitely Redick trying to Johnston. I don't be trying to say to them in around her translate. I definitely didn't ask for it was just moolah. She needed that she felt comfortable running. Just because based like if you Dino. Red red kind of experiences experiencing high growing on this intra she felt comfortable man rather than women because women surly time unless Wolfram growing she's a bus. He's bisexual all say why did feel about this was that? There was a series though, was dislike contradiction between how contrived and controlled the writing was. But the the character was not in control at all. It was more, sir. Like, she was talking about is right hazy in terms of your aldermen downstairs gonna they're gonna take me to go and perform bomb. I don't know. I always arrive on time by not ready better staff who I don't know who the guy is. That tells them to take me that all I. Somebody was trying to be missing a such important hall wishes to guys downstairs. Those guys have a stake in her finances the pending. I know that. Oh, she's of Mandela's waiting to meet. These men who are basically in control of her life, and she has absolutely no control of it. Like, the only thing that possibly loves Harris had all essentially time ritual thing. I'm just saying that they will that contradiction. I liked I liked the fiber language was circumscribes Madialata. She was no in control. But it was a good symbiosis bonuses. Yeah. And it was just a bit. I mean, it was okay. I caught that I loved it. Did you go into? But you went into this thinking celebrity bridge. Yeah. You only started on the doesn't do you? Go into every novel being like, this is pretty..

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"bfi" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

Mostly Lit Podcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"bfi" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"Or you can only find cartons in mobile. There's little model that isn't. Universe of very good at doing that kind of. But. Other people can't take on a different kind of intimate. Just a fun. It's just fun. So yeah, that's what I'm saying is fun in Larry is one redeemable thing to any of the item at Novo, but you should stay at the end because it says it's in association with marvel and the end of a movie in mauve will you stay behind. But when it said in association of I was like, okay soul. Occurred. I just stayed Johnny casing links it to the cinematic. Yeah. Nothing anywhere. That's why watch that. I went to watch. I went to to watch the show called the hose. Okay. And it was very traumatic. I don't recommend. But if you do go just have your wits about you. And yeah, I had to go home and listen to Disney films because I was so traumatized. Don't give us any. So it's about things. It's good for what it does. Right. So it's about these three girls he go to Beata, and it's about their relationships and is about. How do you love how they view sex how they you affection and the past traumas, and how they basically do that as young millennial women, and there's a particular character in there who's very like he's going for law, and she basically wants has tried to take her life. And you see her struggle with how she deals with that like in your face. But. Is so much that they balanced off of this huma- that like you can't even process emotion. It just goes from hole and then oh. Let's have sex. And I'm just like I've never what it's so good. It's so powerful, and I really commend the writers for what they've done..

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"bfi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"bfi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

"You don't want these side into a box that is kind of in the old days we would have in the UK would have about very channel four kind of films, very, that's a late night minority l. it's not. It's not something of mass audience interest to prove that these things can reach the same audience. And I think that's something that I features is ready championed. I mean, one of the films that was developed through each. But then went on to be produced elsewhere, Goodson country and that. I think a few years ago might have been sidelined as a as a sort of niche concept Jaama, but it went on to do really well around the world in terms of boxoffice and same lady birth. So, yeah, I think things are really changing people of beginning to see these kinds of films as something other than niche. Do you think do you think governments could do more? Because I, you always hear when you speak, particularly there's the UK there's a government department that supposed to cover culture and creative industries, and always being told how important creative industries all to the UK. But do you think that actually does enough being done to encourage people into them. What do you have to sort of find your own way? I'm talking about this before we came in and we both felt that when you're making short films and unmoving onto the the level that we're now transitioning between shorts and features very does feel like that there's more of a charity for anyone because anyone can pick up an iphone and make a short film. So I don't think the problem really is with encouraging people to get. I think already the BFI places that BFI film academy do great things, encouraging young people to get into film across all backgrounds and races and accept. I, I, I think the problems come come later on, so maybe I don't know. Maybe the government could get involved by don't know how that would work. I suppose the other one of one of the problems opportunities, the Utah spot minute ago about more people watching online more people are finding things that they wouldn't necessarily have found mainstream distribution. Problem, of course, is this just so much of it? Now there's a report in today's newspapers talks about how people under the age. I think twenty four, twenty five, the huge before show them that just never ever come across. For example, anything made by the BBC. They just don't because it's just not their world anymore because it's they spend more time watching YouTube on Netflix, and they do what television when you're producing content the in the past, maybe would have hoped to get into some cinemas would have hoped to get on television. Now, presumably the first thing you got to do is actually get people to watch it because this just this infinite amount of choice, I suppose it's just about adopting to that because you see it with a lot of a lot of friends who've just picked up an essay on their house in state film them as and they go viral one line. So he's just about finding things that can tap into the audiences in other ways, I suppose I suppose maybe big companies or organizations are just is taking a long time for them to. Kind of catch onto them of a methods or to change their workflow to sue as where kids you can just pick up a camera, produce something and out within a day or quickly. You know, fill in that gap with someone called Tiro did let documentary which he filmed. I think just on a radio on camera and it got millions of us online and he consistently did it. You know, week by week, and I think that went on to be developed by BBC free. So I think there's opportunity is just about thinking of what would ins on them, different platforms wanna see. We mentioned the beginning, both your projects have been shortlisted for feature. So what happens next, we get a lot of development support. We do labs. We come to work together for the next few months on doing kind of quite good script. Hopefully, I ca I or a second draft and we deliver that in January, January we, yeah..

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Oklahoma City Thunder's Nick Collison - I'm retiring from competitive basketball

Van and Bonnie in the Morning

01:44 min | 2 years ago

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.

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"bfi" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"bfi" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"How are you doing i'm crepe parkinson you are listening to the to shop podcasts yourself down public on marisol child with this i'm gonna tell you right right now now how the devil this week everything yeah yeah no i now over here in the uk you sick of the weather it's cold rain it's beleagued people walking around with their on the scarves on each just one son to come out of the things to be happier while knock as common trauma but thank you so much for download in joining us is always treats of you and your messages thanks so much for the lovely kind support messages from last week's episode sean do they know you know this isn't stay rights radio show a don't read out all the lovely messages that you send i did get a a message on social media saying yet will of the episode that the but what was really nice was to hear you to just sat down like old mates evan annetta and that's the best review that we could get because truth be told that was the first time that myself and sean had really had a big conversation sat down that's always wanted to poke us to bay very relaxed forced and natural just like two mates cafe down the pub so thanks for that this week is episode thirty six and we are thrilled to be joined by loan lady little bit more than a second now a while back danny lay who's curator at bfi going watch with me and asked if i join something that he's organizing the bear fide and i said yes when he's hold it was all about so i thought i bet you now it's called working class heros it's on saturday april the fourteenth and it's a look at workingclass talent in front and behind the camera it's going to be amazing day there's.

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"bfi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"bfi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"And just the shia diversity of possibilities for and lgbtq life is what kind of excites me i mean just almost a random example as a film and the festival called dear freddy about someone who was a gay man in the czech republic in the 1930s at a time when there were very few i'd gay men he was jewish and he went to ashford's and he died there but his story is not one is generally known and it's just thrilling to be able to at this stage in history to look back and educate people i think there's a lot that we don't know about our history there are lots of ways of being that you don't get in mainstream television or cinema and we owe it to the people who come after us to open doors for them when all the doors are open then it's fine you can just have a human film festival but for now i think we need that showcase and focus as had people can pile on to the booking platforms from tomorrom under the fifth and data kicks off here in on on the 21st the march mara and saying that's right so headon down take your pick this place she's from we know we're in london but we want people to join in our worldwide got project cole five films for freedom which last year one point eight million people saw a short film that was put on line so we want the world to share with us and if people can sometime during the festival but particularly on the 26th of march five films for freedom you'll see five short films from bfi flare hope monocle listeners might join that's brian robinson from the kfi here in london talking to me earlier and pfi flash festival begins only 21st of march and you can get your tickets from tomorrow monday the faith of march this is the more quickly.

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"bfi" Discussed on African Tech Round-up

African Tech Round-up

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"bfi" Discussed on African Tech Round-up

"In cities leg lago us at night nairobi cairo cape town and johannesburg with many initiatives led led from local and international players the relevance of african continent is demonstrated and of course i'm reading as is the readiness on the african continent is demonstrated by how ecosystems like european players like for example sep orange telefonica and bfi following the same path yet evidence demonstrates that there is a lack of very successful african highgrowth startups upscale ups and unicorns like at dissonance right now like just this re sorry and win the forward because i haven't even gotten sorry this is the forward known as we're on page three well yolk year it looks like it bottle before yet part of the forward win the forward here folks this is what africa's apparently come together to sort of agree and unites around in terms of a manifesto falls startups ecosystem is isn't it interesting hits is africa eu community it says jockeying so so he has earned as me joe an american mother manifesto for the eu jaw an african who muckraking the manifesto for the eu a european will not be writing manfesto for australia awful issue for india overtime why should you be or keith put into writing manifestos for us and if it's a host of being collaborators leave monday festival in winds winged among when being written sofa me let me ask you a question that he played doubles advocates i mean i i'm channel to have a conversation with one of the authors emma foul yom and i'll certainly puts you know uh these sentiments forward to hanoi ask a subdued in a tough questions i had lined up for her but it on the first page i mean abboud the logos presented they all startup europe european commission an sec to a low startup europe comes to africa this is for us i mean a you know why you so mad also being your yeah like what are you what would you say to her if she said wow this is our idea i mean we're not trying to force it on you this is just.

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"bfi" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"bfi" Discussed on WDRC

"And guess sick you will cede lyons in a large corral waiting to be hunted by cowardly men who come there and pay a fee just to shoot them the raised to be killed like a sheep what are you say about being like this how can you still back a trump administration that would reverse a ban on the importation of elephants bfi's how is there no point at which you will find these say enough is enough so i wonder what a trump trade what did trump trade in china to let this happen because most of the ivory goes to china you see that such an advanced civilization in china that they need to show ivory tower on their antall's than just such an advanced civilization i love all of the liberal americans who somehow think that all countries on earth as get it than we are but in chinese see they love to beat the ivory to show how rich they are i understand some trade deals with done with china i suppose one of the tradeoffs was go ahead you can import the ivory and we'll let the cowardly impotent men who hunt these animals uh who have no chance whatsoever go and killed him everyone money and it's all about money that's all that matters the almighty dollar one hunter who refused to be named is seeing shooting a crocodile it should be an easy target but the hunt cannot managed a clean kill it has dragged to the bank and waits for death the hunter than shouts let me put might be down before firing a bullet into its brain a closerange oh yes i mfe cries i'm done for today it's party time boys the hunter still wants to kill us aren't hogg abab boom and a bush pig before he leaves and finds time to share a creepy kiss with his girlfriend while posing decided that wildebeest it is all legal with one hundred fifty farms in south africa holding permits the breed lyon trophy hunting breed lions for trophy hunting breed lions for trophy hunting that allows hunters to select.

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"bfi" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"bfi" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Nice and she is here with her new film mud bound yet yet which is going to be released by netflixing yep and is it going to get any theatrical a showing as well as on netflix yesterday and do it do a day in day limited release on november seventeen it'll be on your tv sets so you don't have to wear pan tianshou by popcorn thing will be there for you money going to say to wear pvs start yeah yeah it'll help itself i feel and what he's going to say yeah there was super kulikov's want to be seen as an artist like an so that the idea that will be 200 countries simultaneously is insane other assent in attaf incredible fantastic especially of course for indy films which have a challenge getting people off their butts and out into the theaters yeah well in this film wouldn't be seen if not for netflixing nobody wanted the summit sundance so really ted sorrento saw it in his his vision he is like is nobody buying this like seriously like i'm buying it and so yeah enough not for netflix flicked film would even be available so like wow thing that's like the secret that nobody knows like yeah well that's that's a very now people now nice yeah you're so how is the reception the audience reception at sundance it's been really positive so i mean so we've done sundance so far and the moon to toronto than london bfi and then guide worry so i mean it's been like really huge of unlike the new york film film festivals for me like festivals are the only time i get to have that face to face emea.

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"bfi" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"bfi" Discussed on AP News

"As stripped him of its highest honour weinstein was awarded a bfi fellowship in twin tier two for his contribution to bush's cinema but the bfi now says he the statement that too serious and widespread allegations about havi weinstein's a pulling conduct are in direct opposition to the bfi style use the statement goes on sexual harassment abuse on bullying is unacceptable under any circumstances the in situ towards such titles to individuals to recognize it contribution to film and television cults shah charleston with asthma london republican senator john mccain is finishing his memoir as he battles brain cancer ap correspondent rita foley reports senator john mccain likes the joking expression it's always dark as before it's totally black and that was going to be the title of his upcoming memoir that publishing john jonathan carpet simon schuster says mccain thought it was to flip given the seriousness of the subjects the book is expected to begin in two thousand eight when mccain lost the white house to barack obama it'll include what are called is noholdsbarred opinions on donald trump's white house win and current events the book will be called the restless wave i'm rita foley hi i'm paul varieties and has been placing giant letters all over the country to get people to buy into their unlimited plan don't get hooked switched to sprint on twenty to fifty per month per line for four lines and get the fifth line three partier level sprints door visit sprintcomunlimited or call one eight hundred sprint one today savings to 1030 11830 it always will implement provide lines along.

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"bfi" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"bfi" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"Who weeds to what we're in the vip in winfrey case people will be looking ask thinking what if i refrain that me thinking tulsa has in his bat manueli's did yep out manuel aids did why did they go to canadian analyst him but did come back with a team to turn away so come see comes coming up is our interview the chris does it with ben roberts who is head of their bfi film thumped ben is the man along with his colleagues who decides whether bfi spend that luxury funding and now it's on supporting march no voices in film he was invoked without from pride which was about well the gay community supporting the miners a really interesting experience on the day pride came how at riddled reviews fivestar reviews everywhere ice it's part of the arctic ice while ago much brixton irish buy tickets pie do we might as well have been buying tickets for some kind of hard court game 6 fill it's the bfi london film festival this week which has been an incredibly supportive voice in lgbt cupola cinema and he talks about lgbtq plus voices vote in front of the camera and also behind the camera we're not there we have an gall savir's gay roman coal mines that are not marketed on the basis of the being the first this for the first thought i want it's going to expand because well he's a gay man i think he's suv influential and positive force in cinema and cinema is how a lot of birth of of first contacts with other world.

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