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"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"The director of the cia has defended his donald trump's decision to hold a meeting with the north korean leader kim jongun mike pompeo says the meeting is not for theater that the president is going there to solve a problem and that he knows the risks mr trump says they are planned meeting could produce the great his deal for the world's but democratic senator elizabeth warren a said she's worries at pyongyang is taking advantage of the president's china's annual parliament has voted to remove presidential term limits from its constitution giving president xi jinping the rise to remain in office indefinitely only two no votes were cast with three abstentions promote almost three thousand delegates as the former rebel group farc has taken part in its first elections in colombia but received at just a point four percent of votes farc representatives are however guaranteed five seats in both chambers of parliament as ponder that peace deal at signed last year former president albaro arri rebased democratic centre party is on course to win the most seats this is the globalist stay tuned it's fifteen ten in hong kong 710 here in london and all this week on the globalists' were taking a special look at slow media the journalists filmmakers and authors who are defined today's rolling new cycle in favor of a more considered approach over the next few days will hear from a writer who having just finished his second book has a renewed appreciation for the art of long form storytelling and we'll talk to the woman behind one of today's most powerful examples of investigative newspaper journalism but our series begins now with a look at documentary film making a process that almost takes many months and often stretches over several years here's lls ben rislan.

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"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"You're listening to the briefing first broadcast on me first of march twenty 2018 on monocled 24 an two this is the briefing coming to you live from the studio one here at midori house in london i'm ben rislan coming up such as curious as to what you did in your bill we we didn't we didn't aggressiveness present what i think is you're afraid of the nra donald trump takes on his own party of the gun control that is the us president serious about changing the law on deadly weapons will also be asking where the rank and file members of germany's centreleft could scupper angela merkel's coalition plans and for the women's movement suffragette said the movement that at the most extreme the organization that i'll gang to really move towards committing serious dangerous actions that could result in death it is only pure blind luck that no one died in a bomb attack will look back at the struggle for the rod for women to vote and will provo burberry's new creative director all that right here on the briefing with me ben rislan let's be good now without told the story donald trump has stunned us lawmakers by telling them that they should be petrified of the national rifle association in this extraordinary exchange trump accuses senator pat toomey of being afraid of the powerful gun lobby and i'm a fan of the nra america's neighbor fan i i'm a big fan of the error they wanted to reduce a great people sitting right patriots i love our country.

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"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

"Hello and welcome to the monocle review with me ben rislan on the show today will be toing and froing between the stage and screen as film critic karen presented rich and data and comedy critic for the times dominic maxwell join me here in the studio for a round up of the week in both their fields elsewhere on the show we'll be rocking out to some turkish psychic music with an author who has written a book about jobs that and will head to asia for this week's global countdown not all the head on the monocle authority stay tuned three dominic and karen welcome both to the show we'll get started at the cinema i think with a rather topical film as we're wrapping up a week one of the winter olympics i tania now this follows the sad story of the disgraced american figure skater tonya harding karen i'm sure most people know of harding's downfall but very quickly recap the story force i'm not sure everybody does because actually maga robbie didn't realize it was a real story i urgently nazis i was just thinking as he as you said that i think a lot of people probably would know but then mugger abuse quite young zor it might have a mug of skipped right of ahead tipped over okay um and believe it was in the nineties that uh there were the two rival will there are many rival figure skaters tonya harding and nancy kerrigan and one was a bit of an underdog a bit of a rough hauser of instead of rocks at the tracks the other was much more sleek in groomed and and was loved more.

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"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Symbolism and and what sort of image restate project out to the world one while australia and the united states might have soured on the monorail for now monorail manufacturers are looking elsewhere in over the next few years expectations are that tracked miles will be doubled or even tripled throughout asia and latin america so has de monorail really reach the end of the line well not quite for monocle i'm ben rislan marto doubt and still to come on today's program we'll find out more newspapers are proving to be a much more stable investment than many might have imagined but first here are some of the other stories we're following today the netherlands foreign minister has resigned after admitting fabricating a meeting with russian president vladimir putin held brazil strict claimed while campaigning last year that he had personally heard president putin speak in two thousand and six of his ambitions of forging a greater russia presumably at the expense of certain of russia's neighbors russia aghast at any suggestion that they would behave in such a fashion especially not in ukraine and georgia has repeatedly complained about mr zile truce allegation north korean leader kim jong un has spoken of his enthusiasm for expanding upon the gestures of reconciliation made with south korea during the winter olympic games presently being held by the latter north korea had sent kim cystic kimyo jong a squadron of somewhat sinister cheerleaders and a contingent of intrinsically hapless female ice hockey players south korea's president moon jae in is yet to respond to kim jong ins invitation to visit pyongyang and virgin atlantic has found itself at the center of a hubbub verging.

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"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"British airways spended all of its flights to pakistan in two thousand eight after the attack on the mary told shell but there is now tool of the uk flagcarrier reinstating the london route islamabad is off to roll on the uk's biggest overseas missions and millions of brits have close family ties to pakistan with christmas just around the corner the party season in islamabad has drawn to a close and a large contingent of the city's international community have left pakistan and headed home for the holidays when they returned in two thousand eighteen and potentially land new airports they may well see a few more foreigners on the streets of the pakistani capital and not just inside the cloistered world of the diplomatic enclave and that was tool stories with thanks to james chambers for today's episode and you can hear the full version of the oven inisted to tonight at 1900s london time and that so we have time for today thanks to our produces ben rislan and tom whole our asserts his yelling golfer and all studio manager george mcdonough off to the headlines this moon music on the way fernando august epa check o b in the studio with the continental shift a and i can promise he that they'll be a lawsuit christmas songs in there to do stay tuned for the briefing that's coming up at named at midday in london seven am in new york and will be following closely that incident in melbourne werra posses by a knee at flinders street station have been mown down by an suv when not yet sure whether this is a terrorist related incident or not i am georgina godwin i'll return on the globalist at the same time tomorrow thank you for listening.

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"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Had begun planning festivities for next year about state records show that the town was actually founded in 18 65 welcome to the monocled daily with me ben rislan will start today's program in the southern us state of alabama which of course is being closely watched today by americans as a special election to replace jeff sessions is in place the senate races dominated the news nationally and internationally due to the republican candidate and accused sex offender rory malm who is backed by the us president a new york bureau chief ed stalker joins me now to remind us what's at stake ed rwanda's a little bit just for a moment why is this particular election attracting so much attention well there are a lot of reasons i mean namely as you mentioned jeff sessions advocating that c in alabama to become attorney general attracting a lot of attention because of the sex so allegations against roy more from when he was in his thirties involving teenaged women at least one account of sexual assault in there and this is kind of thrown open what was really initially seen as an easy election for the republican party alabama is a solidly red state roy moore has sort of changed everything because the gop the sort of republican establishment initially wanted luther strange to be their candidate but this sort of populist roy more he's an extremely controversial fake sort of came in then swept and even though people like mitch mcconnell who very much represents the establishment by sleuth a strange and i might add donald trump did as well i mean he was on social media tweeting about his the poor of lose the strains he subsequently deleted those tweets when roy more one that primary and since then you know donald trump is.

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"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"I heard an and he'll be very pleased when it's when it's done it listening to midori house here with me mnlf and fenando august officia guy alerts and mats allegata join me in the studio fernando is just about trip be replaced however by ben rislan we have the midori house tact him coming up there next from government of old talents to consummate cronyism we look at how to build a perfect political cabinets stay tuned with us on monocle 24 visit our online shop way you can find items designed by our inhouse team and collaborations with the brands that we love discover everything from luggage and closed to stationery and back issues of the magazine as well as all book series and popular travel guides we deliver worldwide in off a high quality customer service and don't forget to let us know your monocle subscriber to enjoy your ten percent discount go to monoclecom thoughts last shop and browse away or if you're in tokyo singapore hong kong london new york alter onto visit us at one of our shops i'm will take care of you personally the you rounds seven eighteen am if you're listening in oakland 1918 in milan 18 eighteen here in london you'll back with midori house of me mlc them it was a huge hopeful full opportunity for change but zimbabwe's new president amazon moment went on gangwar chose veteran members of his own party zanu pf to make up the country's new cabinet opposition politicians will largely left out despite the new leader early promising to reach out to all patriotic zimbabweans will still with me a guy let's an matt allen guy guy way surprised by this i don't think i was well you could say no of course because you know this is the former righthand of mugabe um you know you could say he's you know his track record is an grades thought a great lover of props democracy but at the same time it you know when you saw all the people coming out to the streets in you know this massive relief and celebrating when mugabe left i have to say.

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"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

"On the film often thoroughfares going on but the director just has no concepts into way many years after sometime gentle into a crew member you discover all sorts of things that we going on because people have a lotta time to to waste on when they're making a film the direct his concentrating the whole time on on the film itself but a lot of the periphery people have a the enormous amount of time mitch they twiddling their thumbs and they get up to all sorts of things and you find that way after the film is made i'm still funny at things that happened on get cats of for example the had no idea what guy gone director mike hodges pulp is out now on blue rain next week pack you will warmest card we're off to iceland for a chat with the director of a chili new three low rift like when you have broken up a somebody and you have to go meet them for some reason and there's like this weird tension in the air i kinda want it to like bring that tension into film that's director erling go through oddson we'll also hear from allies a hitmen about her new brooklyn set drama beach rats that's coming up next week today's show was edited admixed by christie evans and researched by lean gulf on i'm ben rislan thank you for listening yes these were these ext to collect sought he said that any x.

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"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

"Boom boom by think ingrid carter became this vessel for us to poor all of our conflicting feelings brought social media an instagram into we serve ask ourselves accused the worst person that instagram could happen to ends i think the ingrid's kennedy answer that question a direct a matt spices film ingrid goes west took away the top screenwriting award at this year's sundance film festival it's being hailed as a doc leave funny sat higher about today's obsession with social media about as we'll hear from spicer himself its list about the media and more about the people who use it hello from a dory house in london this is the cinema show i'm ben rislan also today i went to a party and somebody came ever said who your us at my coaches that i guess i just met in script writer so really abuse so i look around and i think who the hell is posing it's a script writer because i've written the script fresh from the success of the classic crime film get kata starring michael caine nineteen at seventy one director mike hodges began work on the comedy thrill up pulp we'll find out whatever happened to the almost forgotten favorite in a special interview with the filmmaker that's older come on the cinema show on monocle 24 madam plans drink piloting ralph love them complaint to immune hashtag them they're logic the marine maybe there pierce outflow hashtag through them.

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"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

"The academy awardwinning director of moonlight barry jenkins he's just one of the master filmmakers we'll hear from today on this special one hundred eighty shen of the cinema shara over the past two years we've been fortunate enough to speak to some of the most talented directors of out generation today will countdown al list of one hundred a great films with contributions from zambia dhillon nicolas winding refah and kelly rock hot among others the idea was hauled away bring baldwin back to a younger audience today does over the years i've seen hall baldwin of been disappearing very often the films a deal with ghosts are hothouse there are intended just to scare us when matters in making really's is all the elements are working in walking at once in synchronicity vats older come on this special one hundred th edition of the cinema show on monocle 24 hello from a dourthouse in london and welcome to the cinema show i'm ben rislan one hundred episodes one hundred great films that's the focus of today's special episode over the next thirty minutes we'll countdown one hundred of our favorite films in no particular order and we'll hear from some of the most talented filmmakers working today from 2017 winner of the oscar for best picture barry jenkins to al most popular interview over the past two years sylvia dhillon.

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"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

"Mainly doing martial arts films and violent action movies they will merely regarded here as trash exploitation movies some of them were banned in finland one of the main director of the fifty will was at a djalminha from england and he was of course the biggest name in the gays the onto filmmaking and was also one of the revolutions that we tried to follow films this year one that i love really much attributable it's outside it bring me sorry that was one of the most bob lohr ticket sales on the festival rug from the beginning don't doubt are there through that can working how 'bout you sweetheart you know who through that can i know i i really thank you mom that love an energy with its perky and offbeat selection of films manages to attract tens of thousands of cinema lover's in a city of just half a million is testament to the enduring appeal of the cinematic art many of the films were accompanied by workshops and talks with the directors which further emphasized social role of the sing my experience from one calling helsinki i'm better boots thank you petrie that's awful this week's program next week we'll look at norick noir and how it hopes to make a splash on the screen with the new thriller the snowman starring michael fast benda will sit down with the film's director thomas alfredson today's joe was edited add mixed by christie evans and researched by julian gulf on the cinema show ease back next week i'm ben rislan thank you for listening step out with mugabe being can go wrong farm in the right it's the sean not the main being that i am on dressed denied that blew out with my harming can't be back to things so good member quite so funny and i came on knock it will were bell these moves say goes on through the march in my top hat among.

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"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Another film receiving its world premiere ease the documentary my generation featuring michael caine looking back at how london gave birth to a pulp culture movement there is a risk here of venturing too fahd down memory lane references to british politics might fly ride over the heads of those less familiar with westminster him but it's also a reminder of the degree to which british culture continues to resonate around the world whether it will attract big screen distribution remains to be seen but it will absolutely find time on the small screen and we simply couldn't leave venice without mentioning robert redford and jane fonda vans ob the classic romantic comedies will remember a film based on in together way back in nineteen sixty seven cold barefoot in the park well they reigniting some of that screen chemistry with the romantic film out seoul's at night it's not often that we get to see a romantic drama headlined by tuesday's hovering around the age of eighty but as robert redford told us during a press conference that was partly why he wanted to do the film during in our had a long history in film and i wonder goes to be we'll have another chance in we were getting older and are wait a minute here's a filmed the concert as far away are genuine age redford and he's costa jane fonda worthy recipients of the golden lion lifetime achievement award at the weekend i'll sold at night is screening out of competition and with about a week to go i dare say no one here is quite willing to predict who will take away the festival's golden lion just yet for monocle at the 74 venice international film festival i'm ben rislan.

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"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

"The these virtual reality really cinema what's the point of going to a beautiful old screening house if you're just going to sit there in isolation with a giant lump of plastic stuck to your face this is action on monocle 24 brought to you by the team behind the cinema show i'm ben rislan of all the inventions brought to the realm of cinema over the past one hundred years virtual reality is probably the furthest the medium has ever ventured outside of the traditional definition of film and while the sector certainly has its detractors it's also got some fairly heavyweight supporters as well one of them happens to be vim vendors next week on the cinema show we'll be on location at the venice film festival where all get a first hand look at what cinematic virtual reality really feels like but before all of that let's look back to last year's festival with this discussion jason solomon's had with the giant of the european industry vim vendors task was to make people list is not easy to lose two people for so because he thief difficult for them to listen to each other because the more that talk the mall interim realizes how different gather things and then after awhile it's not easy for the man to see how the woman things and to see how she answers to his questions by not answering but getting into other areas he has very simple questions how was it the first time who was it how old are you was the man was that blood and she's not interested in that she doesn't even remember her memory of her six trinity trinity's a different one so they talk to each other and each time you realized as more and more of a gap the gap is also there for the audience because in the audience yet either a man in the audience all you're a woman in the audience so if you sympathy size with the way of his thinking all the way of thinking so it was important that you listen new patient with each other so i had to make a movie warrior patient and why you're really get involved with the words.

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"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"It's twelve minutes past twelve here in london you're tuned to the briefing i'm ben rislan china has released a propaganda video about its border dispute with india which has sparked accusations of racism the clip from china's state broadcaster accuses india of committing scenes and features eight chinese actor in a hub been speaking in and indian accent shushing joshi ease the royal united services institute for war and conflict he joins us on the line now shashank of festival put this border dispute into them context for us we'll china and india have a world's biggest border dispute it escalated to a major conflict in 1962 conflict that india lost resoundingly and there have been skirmishes and clashes almost entirely nonviolent since the 1970s and they've been more more common since the early 2000s asked china has grown more nervous about tibet and i think as china and india have grown into geopolitical powers in asia the difference with this particular dispute is that aid festival has occurred on the territory of a disputed territory cold the dot clam plateau that is disputed between china and bhutan so india is not a direct disputed although it is involved because of various old treaties about the location of the tried junction that date to the 19th century and it's also unique because.

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"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

"Hello and welcome to the cinema show i'm ben rislan the future as envisioned by generations of moviemakers is in many ways already here but with a subscription plans competing with one off rental all buying fees and no cohesive platform for bringing together all the options the streaming marketplace is quickly becoming one big mess but while the internet might be young the history of how we watch movies as plenty to teach us just as motti mc fly cold up various channels on his giant television scrawling through net lakes all searching for your favorite film on amazon all google play probably couldn't be any easier but what about venturing out to an actual cinema early palace was kind of an ally would be fitted china i am seeing which was looking at ways of increasing customer loyalty in law revenue has gone up in the states with a number of people going the cinemas been steady decline that's the journalist and media commentators steven armstrong it might sound like a flight of fiction to think of the film industry as one in a financial decline after all on just about anything under the marvel umbrella continues to storm of the box office with a seemingly bulletproof modest touch but of course while at cinema ticket prices have been on a steady increase the number of people buying them has slowly dipped that's wet movie boss herbs changed the tide mitch has arrived at he is if under the pricing structure will these ideas apple window the best thing to do a flat 10dollar while in fact none 95 fee.

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"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Maybe that's what he was talking to vladimir putin about in that second that second inauguration at dinner actually he probably wasn't talking to vladimir vladamir was telling him chill up k at michael briefly me we start by talking about on trump maybe we'll wrap up by doing the same in is is is is an example amir johnson says the if he seemed reasonable and i sense as wants no reasonable he was he was more realistic well our greatest any all other all oughta will that should be expect that to be examples maybe vexing foreign policy questions wet trump does realize that these things are all too complicated even for him to to solve at a single stroke no i do the there may be moments where where he he's an equilibrium when when whatever medications he takes him when asked resume you does um are are are working but then again you know a few hours ago just before i came down a monocle studio i read reports of a firing incident in the persian gulf a an iranian gunboat came too close to an american chip didn't heed warnings and there there was gunfire now nothing has happened but you know this is how mistakes happen particularly around the straits of hormuz and you think oh my god the someone so erratic getting the three am phone call from the gulf that this is just something has happened i don't think you can trust him being comet those moments and i don't think he learns from the and rhythm but he is commander in chief late president and so we can veto the national security council knows the dangers of all these things but in the end when the cornered she tells them to do something that generals and they're probably by well if that is appropriate thought always went and i don't know what is jonathan fenby michael go who thank you for being with us on midori house today thanks to our producer ben rislan our research if ananta gossip sheka and has on the hill and australia manager antonia fenandes more at the same time to laura until meant thank you very much for.

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"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

Monocle 24: The Curator

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ben rislan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

"During its original run the classic sitcom used a fanciful scenario of the culture clash between a witch married to an average man's man of 1960 suburban america too lightly address some fairly topical questions of the era the update paired nicole kidman with will feral as actors playing the original samantha and darren in a met her attempt at satirizing the hollywood sausage machine audiences were mostly confused and the film fell twenty two million dollars short of its eighty five million dollar budget then again there's the 2012 adaptation of 21 jump straight which took more than two hundred million dollars worldwide not to mention the ongoing mission impossible franchise the addams family and the fugitive when tv to film adaptations odd done reid they either exist happily alongside the legacies of their forebears or they clips them so the secrets of a good remake well there are a few things just about all success will films share in common a snappy script interesting direction and considered costing the matter how known the original property might be when it comes to opening weekend history tells us that most of the time films will sink or swim on their iron said americans and very few have ever recovered from soggy scripting and that was mongols ben rislan the presenter in producer of the cinema show on tv remakes and baywatch done it let's stay squarely in the world of the silver screen and indeed stay with the cinema show because can wrapped up just lost week among the renowned filmmakers who took a seat inside the palais de festival of this yes seventieth it's education was michael annika is new film is titled happy end but as those familiar with rights will probably guess.

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