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"berlin film festival" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

07:33 min | Last month

"berlin film festival" Discussed on Bigmouth

"I'm sean pattern with me as ever is andrew harrison her andrew. How and you i'm alright. You know where bucket are excising recording studio so with the bet look listeners can hear the forty eight track live at the buddha khan sound stage one for. I'll be there next week week into the studio for two years. Maybe so not that. I've got a. I've been meaning to save a couple of weeks. We have a new instagram followers. Are no you hate instagram andrew. But we have a far called. It's torsten now. arise listeners. May remember he followed after we did our nosy questions episode the special fifth birthday one of the questions was do you know anyone toasted and he was obviously listening and he is torsten lives in brighton's i just wanted to say hello from us this listener involvement who might say if anyone else called toast toasted won't get in touch. The door is always open but big mouth. Of course we welcome all names you all right well enough of that as they say. Let's meet our guest. Adam smith is a film critic broadcaster host of the gals on film. Podcast off times. Bbc film review. She's a former presidents of the critics cycle. She's just agreed to chair. The jury for the emerging director award cheltenham international film festival. Where i'm on astounded going is soggy to how i really. Well thank you how are you. What does the emerging director do they come out of agresson. Surprise am a director so is up and coming directors. this is generally i feature. You have to say what. I've seen so far of the selection. They're very impressive. So it's cheltenham is online again this year actually in person and certainly in the major invest wedding. Something in personally to the october an but yeah so we're looking at at up and coming fresh talent. Exciting you folks is like at a club is. It is a dan breaking. Because everybody's been stalking dole's just profit around with a editing software for eight months we've got new people in logical boost. I hope so. I think certainly of established filmmakers have made really interesting work this past year even the berlin film festival earlier this year which i tended remotely and there was some stuff. Great filmmakers like celine. Cmo who'd been forced you know. Because of the situation to think creatively outside the box and films something very minimal but actually with incredible results. So i think yes. We'll see by things. We'll see new talent Young people have just tried something on the phone for example and we're gonna see great directors doing more strip down work so was good. Will the the pictures on are actually finally open and yesler gene pizza robertson wide screen. If you want to outta she'd been inside and sat on an actual chair with actual popcorn i have. I went to the pitch to house on tuesday. And i saw those who wish they were dead starring angelina chalet and it was a fine three but i was just super excited to be there. Just remembering how the sound fields when it reverberates through your feet and just to to hear other people laughing indicates that when it was a funny moment or gasping when it was a thrilling moment so yeah. I'm absolutely delighted to be back in the cinema marshall backlog as well as james bond black widow and all the rest of it so with a bit of luck stayaway indian variance. And let's get back in the pictures exactly. Yeah there's low for to this. Great cinema 'cause overseer of awards big hitters in the now being shown in cinemas as well so it's a great chance to seek good stuff on the big screen. This podcast sean. You about you you know subjectively guild. I listened to the girls on film. Because it's brilliant. And i and i was listening to menopause addition yesterday and just aghast at the lack of rather bad films that just have a woman who might be going through it Which of course. Many women at a certain age And i just wanted to ask you. What kind of reaction did you get to that particular focus. Because i thought it was brilliant and very much what you can do in in girls on film you can talk about these things. That may not have a platform anywhere else. I q that's lovely feedback. Absolutely we have had prolific. So far i would say one of our can fastest-growing episodes a lot people are responding to whether whether they've gone through the menopause or not. Because this is what we talk about as you know in the show and because that's been a documentary about it it. It's talked about and how little shown in media and in particular in film and tv this often this portrayal of raw. We can pathetic older women sort of founding herself southwest corner. And that's about all you know. So i discovered this rather ropy but interesting film called the whole flashes at night but my list. Now i mean. I liked it slightly more than kate. Mueller who respect to because it is from the director desperately seeking susan which disney to image it has but some but at least. That's a film that tries to michael. Tackle the menopause head on as opposed to just being a little side note on a little cliche character and young goes on from what we do. Try to do is is take issues. The brought up and by film all by documentaries and then talk about how they are not depicted in film and tv and actually. How imports is dr on his. You know talking about the depiction of menopause in film. And how she sort of even her as a doctor took sex in the city to for her to see about the menopause. Now that's really pathetic. If i've talked having to learn from one of the west recent history and he's assault that out. Who did you see the film lead from apartment. How not to make films. Shaw our next guest host with us today. He's chief rock critic of the times and he's not around time traveler by the state of his garb. It's well hodgkinson. Hello well how are you. i'm good. Thanks sean how are you. I'm good now video because we can show wills untested turnouts. Yes well-dressed man listeners. You've just been to break. It's not right you get modern you flares and what's going on with the virtual festival that during the weekend the festival is it was being filmed throughout this week and people like jarvis. Cocker will bond kaneohe georgia smith heim and they will went down there and the idea behind it really is gusta is able to go scuffing phenomenally successful but they give a hell of lot then money away to charity so they actually have much rainy day. Funding five million in red and part of the reason for doing this is to start getting things going again. you know. so they condu- festival is here. Obviously so i was down that for a few days festival it was just. It was kind of strange. Act for the experience into guthrie so many times and i couldn't find my way around tool i couldn't see you know the teenagers dancing stage or whatever. Yeah so it's completely confusing. It's just a beautiful fall. I mean this field of cows went. That's the final stage right. I was very very odd bit. It was the atmosphere is nice. It was it was coined. It like film sensible thing you know. So you'd see a as a k no know setting up and it's been combed. You can really necessarily here that much because it's know there aren't monitors as speak by. Yes yes it was. Surreal yet. It was real. That's the word i mean. When when he was writing. It was raining heavily june. Canine set is nighttime on and he was resting white. Here's on this kind of square stage steam. Coming up rain coming down and really close encounters of the coins. You know because you just moved to the countryside behind ferry very strange so it was..

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"berlin film festival" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:22 min | Last month

"berlin film festival" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good morning. I'm Eric Jansen. You're listening to weekend edition. This is weekend edition from NPR News. I'm Scott Simon. There is a crime wave buzzing around France. 157 Beehive. Your stolen over just seven days in the south of France and local news outlets are abuzz sorry with almost daily reports of hijacked hives. Regulate who is a beekeeper and is also president of the National Bee Keepers Union of France. He joins us from the West Coast of France. Thanks very much for being with us, You know, what are you hearing from other beekeepers about these thefts? So the very big program for us in France and it's not the only the program off the front seats of problems in West off Europe. Be Isa test is a phenomenon that has always existed but is now taking off. The new dimension or example, 50 hives disappearing all at once. 50 hives disappearing all at once. What? Why? Why would someone want to steal a beehive and I'm I'm sorry. If that Sounds naive. The pesticide have killed thousands and thousands. These qualities each year's Hmm. For this reason the price off swarms increase. It's a very big problem for the beekeepers. How does somebody steal a beehive varies Only one me towards the mythologies. Two brings rise doing tonight because also, bees are Inter high's But you in you need to know the bees. It's not a nametag off. You need to be profession on it's a big depots. Who are securities. So if it's your own beekeepers who were stealing the hives of other beekeepers, you think some big people's pre fall to steal though these off another beekeeper. It's a facility, but it's not correct. We need to stop this very quickly. How Home, so we proposed to the beekeeper. The installation of cameras in trees nears a pure ease off vertical feet, traps equipped with infrared camera. It says being used to track down criminals this year. Two teams have already been called. Thanks to this system, and also technique is to hide commercially available GPS track of We put this in between two friends in the lives. Which can be purchased for €200. But that will cost the beekeepers more money, right? Yes, it's true because of these as Mosul of the life on our planet, and we must respect then. And we must respect the beekeeper closes. It's the same thing. If he knows his Children, you have a good big big responsibilities. We asked toe also, beekeepers, please speech informs police. We need to be united between us and to find to find necessaries Responsable Frank Later, who is president of the National Bee Keepers, Union and France. Thank you so much for being with us, sir. Good luck to you. Science, Many thanks to The sons of fronts we keep on The film profile is an international thriller. But even traditional big screen action like an explosion is seen. On the small screen of a laptop. The heart of the story is a British reporter who tries to explore how Isis militants in Syria recruit young women in the West, so she creates a fictitious identity on the Internet. It's a ploy. That draws her into a relationship. The lines between what's real and what's fake Begin to blur. What's that behind you? Is that I can see. Isn't easy. Like guns. I'll give you plenty start with his lovely Kalashnikov. Hello. Come on, Lush. Kalish. Come on near. Mm. Cough, huh? One lesson. Go when you gonna come down from No. One. Profile is based on a non fiction book, the skin of a jihadist by on a Terrell, a pseudonym for journalists who still will not use her real name. Profile stars Lillian Cane, and she's odd Latif it when the Panorama Ward at the Berlin Film Festival and the co producer and director of profile team or Bekmambetov joins us now. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you. Thank you. The entire film takes place on the screen of a laptop. It was shot before the pandemic, wasn't it? Yes, Yes, We showed it four years ago, and it was not the first movie I've shot where story takes place entirely in computer scream. It was like fourth movie. First one happened. 2014 it was wrinkled and friended. And universal dispirited worldwide and my colleagues and other producers and studios. They told me that okay, it's great. But probably there's no reason to shoot another one. Because it will be it will be the same type little bit gimmicky on guy I spent Many, many Months, trying to convince my colleagues that we spent half of our life not in not in physical space. We'll even digital space and there is no way to tell stories about Life without showing our screens. Did the actors ever see each other in person? Yes, they did before the principal photography, which is not photography. It was screened recording they met and they spent a week together. Trying to develop the language because it's totally different type of filmmaking. And of course, we often ask in in thrillers. If the actors did their own stunts here, I have to ask, Did they do their own type e? Yes, they did. It is also is unique process because the way how we type the way how we Google the way how we buy stuff stuff online tells About us much more than the our facial expressions or body language. Wow. Reporter who creates this identity tries to find out how young women are drawn into Isis. It seems as if the man with whom she strikes up a relationship if that's the word On the Internet. Um Well, Is it a relationship? It is. It is because her professional goal was to convince him and there is no way to convince him if you don't feel it because she's not.

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Jack Ma's terrible week

Bloomberg Businessweek

03:07 min | 7 months ago

Jack Ma's terrible week

"You are listening to Bloomberg. BusinessWeek. Now a big story over the past week. You We talked about it A lot on air is the Chinese government blocking what would have been the world's largest typo? We're talking about Jack Mas and Financial as Bloomberg New Economy editorial director Andy Brown right this week in his column, those business leaders who take risks and push the limits. In China. They definitely pay a price. And it is also very telling about China overall, and he joins us on the phone in New York City and good to have you back with us. We've talked a lot about this, but your column I really think is very thoughtful again and it gets into when big Chinese leaders You know when they speak back or speak out against the Chinese government. There's a big price to pay in these two leaders in particular you highlighted they have paid a big price. That that that that that's exactly right. I mean, you know what this whole episode is telling us is that when it comes to business in China politics is in command and won't be tied. The private, effective leader who does to speak back to power, and that's exactly what happened in this case, and you know it is. There's a bigger question here around innovation and spirit in China. I mean China's way past today is when it can copy in scale. It is operating now, with the very frontiers of technology. It needs Aiken class. It needs rebels. It needs disruptive. And you know, Jack Ma. Personifies allow all of those attributes. This is a guy who pretty much single handedly resolved. The issues that enabled e commerce to take off in China was an issue of trust people didn't trust Putting their credit card numbers out onto the enter. He figured out a payment system around that economists off course, and we know they know one of the key drivers of the Chinese economy. He wants to do the same and eaten Fintech, and he's just being sat on. And you talk about also what you say is China's most celebrated movie director talked to us about a very similar experience that he that he came up against in terms of China. It was. It was interesting parallel case, and I was trying to, you know, compare and contrast with detail. They're actually quite similar. This was in February last year. Johnny, Mo China's most famous Movie director. I mean, you know, artistically sublime. The guy who actually put on the opening and closing ceremonies off the Beijing Olympic Games. He had a movie coming out, called one second. It was about the culture revolution. It was due to be screened at the Berlin Film Festival two days before the screening his production companies for technical reasons they were pulling them. They were pulling the movie. Clearly it was a question of, you know off censorship, So you know he's spent the last. I don't know how many months recutting this movie so that it will get through the Chinese censorship regime instead of moving on to his next triumph, his next movie, you know, he's he's They're busily satisfying the cultural saws. Who have the final say

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"berlin film festival" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"berlin film festival" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Court taking on a case with major implications for same sex couples is Supreme Court will hear Fulton V. city of Philadelphia in the fall to settle a dispute between the city and Catholic social services of foster care agency that refuses to place foster children with same sex couples on the basis of faith after Philadelphia terminated its contract with CSS because of the agency's policy the agency sued Philadelphia alleging the city violated their freedom of religion the city won its case twice in lower courts the ACLU says the Supreme Court decision will have a significant impact for more than four hundred thousand children in foster care at the White House John decker fox news the British government saying any free trade deal with the U. S. has to protect that country's National Health Service prime minister Boris Johnson's government publishing an outline Sunday of its main objectives for new trans Atlantic deal talks are set for later on this month one man has a rather unique take on fasting for lance and Ohio man is giving up food for land and drinking only beer dell hall of pleasant ridge Ohio has decided to consume only brew skis for the second year in a row instead of this year's forty six day London fast he's pushing for fifty days in the hopes of making it to the Guinness book of world records this is not the first time host on a beer only fast the forty four year old who is the sales director of fifty west brewing company did the same thing last year he lost forty four pounds and while it is not a long term weight texts he ascends put all the weight back on also there's something cool about being the only person in the world to take on a beer only fast so Gusman fox news G. running director Muhammad Rasul loss there is no evil about the death penalty in Iran winning the Golden Bear prize this weekend for Best Picture at the Berlin Film Festival.

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"berlin film festival" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"berlin film festival" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"An opinion piece but don't think that the trump administration was hurt by this like their feelings were hurt so they have to go soon newspaper it's not that they were trying to soonest if they're sending a message to the rest of the media the corona virus updates on the corona virus we have a new case right one of our bordering states is coming up next on five fifty K. Y. she verdict came down failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was at the Berlin Film Festival she was promoting a documentary series about her life that's coming out on Hulu on March the sixth three days after super Tuesday night at a press conference in Berlin she was asked about the wind Steen verdict the democratic primaries in the rise of crazy Bernie and this is Bill Clinton the most cheated on woman in America who rang her primary race against Sanders in twenty sixteen recently said nobody likes burning said the she's gotta wait we'll see who the Democrats nominate but she promises she'll support whoever it is even if it is Bernie because what matters is getting rid of trump well then the foreign press asked what she thought of the winds stayed verdict given his strong support for her over the years deflecting questions of wines seeing huge campaign donations store Hillary pointed out that wind Steen supported every Democrat including John Kerry who served in Vietnam and Barack Hussein all and then she addressed the Weinstein rape convictions I think the jury's decision speaks for itself she said it was time for an accounting and the jury clearly found that yeah okay stop laughing yeah she's the most unaccountable woman in American politics and her unaccountable husband sex history is every bit as bad as Harvey's but she's Hillary fox those facts will never make it into her documentary talk about a woman living in denial.

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"berlin film festival" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"berlin film festival" Discussed on AP News

"At the Berlin Film Festival he's forty four actor George Hamilton says turning eighty hasn't slowed him down very much I can still do a lot of the stuff I did when I was a kid I will get on a motorcycle ride a horse to ski down a mountain but I'll do everything else Hamilton talking with the Hollywood reporter and model and actress cara delevigne stars in an upcoming series on Amazon called carnival role which is set in a Victorian fantasy world she plays a fairy she's an amazing character to play really a sizeable spent five but just a warrior with a really really big hall five I sensitive delving talking with IMDb she's twenty seven and that's our birthday round up for August twelfth I'm Bob Kessler as the world marks the fiftieth anniversary of Woodstock photos taken during the three day festival of peace love and music are going on display for the first time mark off who was twenty two at the time was a photographer for the Milwaukee underground newspaper kaleidoscope and took hundreds of pictures of the performers in the crowd that weekend some were published the negatives with them filed away this home in Wisconsin and barely mentioned as he raised two daughters changed careers and last November died of cancer now dozens of god's Woodstock shots are being displayed fifty years later thanks to efforts by artist Nick Clemente wants to shine a light on the little known fo talk comment they printed about seventy shots that'll show em spell it a half dozen Hudson Valley galleries this month one of golf's daughters Leah demarco who's now forty seven said my whole life was associated with my dad carrying a camera and now they have a look into what their father saw during that chaotic summer weekend in nineteen sixty nine storms and flooding have caused significant damage throughout the U. S. during the first half of twenty nineteen a report by the A. P. found about one point two billion dollars of damage in twenty four states based on preliminary numbers from FEMA the tally includes damage to roads and bridges utilities water control facilities public buildings and equipment and parks each state must meet particular damage thresholds to qualify for federal aid based on their populations most though not all of the damage costs tally by the A. P. will be eligible for federal aid.

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"berlin film festival" Discussed on You Must Remember This

You Must Remember This

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"berlin film festival" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"So feel Lauren merit had just a handful of sentences in the nineteen fifty four time magazine story that occasioned Gina's debut on the cover, but the nineteen year old was already a net buzzing around the twenty six year old Lollobrigida they first met at the Berlin film festival that year, gene, over fused to dissipate in a photo op with Lauren until Yvonne de Carlo of all people agreed to get in the middle of the two talion actresses at another event that year with both Lauren and Lollobrigida in attendance. It was suggested that the two actresses participate in you live chest measuring contest, Lauren allegedly. Agreed while a disgusted Lollobrigida stormed out. Both actresses over the years would make catty and snide comments insisting that the onus of the rivalry rested entirely with their rival this was of course, a way of perpetuating the rivalry as was low lows habit of making proclamations drawing attention to their differences as when she said we made completely different careers. I wanted to be an artist more than anything else. I wanted a career on a high level. The implication was that Lauren was a sell-out. She did appear in the second sequel to bread love and dreams in the Lola Brigitta role, which is sort of like Rosie Huntington Whiteley replacing Megan FOX in the third transformers movie by which I mean, it wasn't event that did not matter. What did matter is that? So feel Arain was free to appear in Hollywood movies shot in America like houseboat with Cary Grant during a period when Gina could only appear in European co-productions shot in Europe, thanks to her contract with Howard Hughes, even when that contract expired Gina never made a pilgrimage to Hollywood to show her intent to conquer Hollywood film. She did appear opposite major American stars such as fr. Sinatra and rock Hudson in movies that were widely released in America. But these movies were set in Europe and usually shot there. As little number aged her acting career began to taper off, and she kept herself busy with art. As a tiger for and sculptor..

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"berlin film festival" Discussed on You Must Remember This

You Must Remember This

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"berlin film festival" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"Made a in nineteen sixty two three roles. May be infused with genuine passion. But instead of hewing to the recognizable patterns of real people in real life. They feel larger than life. As a more accessible version of Neo realism bread. Love and dreams was widely praised like fan fan. La to leap before it bread. Love and dreams won the top prize at the Berlin film festival. But unlike that French film, this time Gina was singled out for much praise. Even earning a nomination for the BAFTA, the English equivalent of the Oscars bread. Love and dreams did for Gina Lollobrigida what? And God created woman would do for Brigitte Bardot a few years later with the key difference being that bardo shot to start them in a film directed by her husband, and at least initially her stardom was indivisible from that relationship. Milko SCO vici may or may not have been. Pulling strings behind Gina Lollobrigida was perceived as a more independent phenomenon. Still stymied by her contract to Hughes, gene, I made her first significant English language films in Europe in Hollywood films shot on location. The first of these was John Huston's beat the devil in which Gina played the Italian wife and a scam partner of Humphrey Bogart's scheming fallen aristocrats twenty six year old Gina looks the part of the crafty European trophy wife, but her English has not really good enough yet for her to be playing a role of this size in that language in a film, which posed a number of challenges mainly that the whole shoot was kind of an excuse for Houston in Bogart have a European vacation. And there was no script or even story at the beginning of production and Truman Capote would write page. His overnight that Houston either used or changed at the last minute. For these men making beat the devil was essentially a party thrown on producer, David cells Knicks dime, but Cina married and serious about her career was not interested in joining the party and Houston and Bogart nicknamed her low low frigid. With all of these obstacles in mind. Gina does fine. But in terms of performance, she's easily overshadowed in the finished film by co star. Jennifer Jones who wasn't a great actress Lollobrigida would claim that on her first day on set producer sows neck Jones's husband offered to pay Gina her promised salary to quit the movie as she would later put it he was afraid that I was too beautiful near Jennifer Jones. Gina refused. This offer. She didn't care about the money. She wanted to do the movie, and though it was a big money loser for its investors. The combination of beat the devil and the delayed international release of bread love and dreams turned Gina Lollobrigida into the covergirl of a new cinematic phenomenon literally in. August nineteen fifty four her face was on the cover of time magazine, the poster image of a story on Italy's surging film industry, which was apparently causing no small amount of consternation and America's film industry. Even though quote hardly any Italian film makes enough money at the box office to defray production costs. In addition to what the story claimed were excessive drinking orgies studio spies and gorgeous villas with swimming pools, Rome was offering cinema makers and consumers of the world. A kind of beauty new to the US. I an earth. Heavy Italian beauty as rich as roses. An olive dusk. A producer named Emmanuel Cassuto added that his country's women are beautiful because they stayed dumb. We pick are gorgeous flowers where we find them in offices shops factories farms, even by the wayside. We keep our film actresses in their places, which means we keep them feminine. They have simple tastes. The article only continued to double down on the notion that talion after says were bodies, divorced from personalities or brains quoting director as praising the Italian method of dubbing voices after shooting images for allowing him to put the acting in later. This comment was followed by an unprecedented. Afer ISM, an actress in Italy needs only to expression horizontal and vertical. The article included brief profiles of several actresses each of whom it partially defined by revealing their heights, weights and bust waist hip measurements. The same went for Gina whose vital statistics were listed as thirty six twenty to thirty five and five foot five inches. Although the author was careful to note that Lola Brigida does not quite belong in the bow. K with the other talion roses..

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"berlin film festival" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"berlin film festival" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"Hello this day of the can fill festival this is truth of movies again coming to you live from the quasi we are doing a bunch of mini podcasts from can and report back on all the movies we're seeing so i'm here with my colleague adam would hello and it's been a big day of the festival a lot of chatter a lot of excitement of trepidation even can you say why well yeah loves volunteers back in town wow seven years after he was declared persona non grata following for those of you know comments he majoring press conference his mental kodia and you you were here for that while i was here at the first four somatic kodia enjoyed mongolia his comments are kind of what they are and you can read more about them if you wish but an imprint an have moved for the festival to effectively ban him from entering anymore films enough time has passed since retracted that and this new film the house that jack boat is very much promising even even more excruciating injured cinema from the monks foremost provocateur the thing about is as well as he actually had been away for a while and he'd had made one other film where he was he was on the ken not step for a one because he made them for maniac which was this big to part sex odyssey and that went to the berlin film festival and yeah this i don't know.

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"berlin film festival" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"berlin film festival" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Ng and so far away from any perspective that i can understand and i've heard so many compelling reasons why they're problematic i want to ask him like what were you trying to accomplish here i mean the the closest answer i can give you comes from alson woolmer's piece of we've cited several times now and she writes in there or she notes something that anderson said the film's debut at the berlin film festival in february and i'm quoting her now he explained that he and his regular collaborators roman coppola jason schwartzman had wanted to make a movie about a pack of dogs and also quote something in japan in the two ideas were then just combined quote i'm assuming anderson's the story could have taken place anywhere but it came together when we realize it should take place in a fantasy version of japan so there it doesn't appear that there is a reasoning behind it other than like anderson wanted to do a film in japan to pay to these japanese filmmakers and films that he clearly was in wants to pay amish to in his own film and like that was his reasoning in the fact that he didn't consider the other part of that decision that that we are all now considering is something that should be discussed i think there was a way for him to do it to combine those two things more thoughtfully on harmoniously than he has when i hear people say like why does this have to be in japan at all i kind of bristle at that thought because i think he is a hop artist he's a pastiche artist he somebody who i'm sure does have this interest in japanese film in japanese culture in once a film to be a repository of all those visual ideas and all those all these other stimuli that he wants to throw into the movie and whether you think that combination works are doesn't i just think it's when people ask the question why japan i think why does there have to be an old mill.

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"berlin film festival" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"berlin film festival" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Other times story from 1979 the cold war was still hot the new york times at a pace on the soviets and other communist countries pulling out of the worst berlin film festival in protest twats i know what what what why would they do that this is the khamis they just like two daylight there they're the left the left is here we don't even have to look to russia anymore everything the russians are doing the left does here all the chaos that they have shown all of the bad feelings all of the pitting one group against another it's the same thing the left does here the soviet union did it when they were still alive and murdering people now russia does it because putin as a kgb thug that's the deal he's a killer and he likes to mess with everybody it's what they do they've been doing it for generations they are not about to stop they're already helping the democrats might deliver they're not helping a no they are helping the democrats there helping the democrats and their anti gun thing it's not that they care about guns in america they just like conflict in america so they fuel both sides just like the left it's a you know that look they they read saul alinsky in moscow to utters the story from february 23rd 1979 west berlin as the dateline the new york times is the rag in question they also peddled soviet propaganda walter durante and more plenty more they still pedal the propaganda of the left the typists four of the left at the time wrote the soviet union and other communist countries withdrew from the west berlin film festival today to protest the showing of the deer hunter that's right they were protests that naturally that's why you what 'cause the dear hunters being shot and they didn't peru's sunny movies that good and american movie about the vietnam war the showing of the movie professor rostislav in of said the head of the.

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"berlin film festival" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"berlin film festival" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Without and the shelves for relieving the story while taste on survive is testimonies kyw as character is purely fictional poverty did not want to favour one survive a story over another poppa acknowledges it makes for harrowing viewing there were a lot of objections towards the film while we were preparing the film by due respect that some of the young people out there in the parents will have a hard time seeing this film poppa held private screenings for the bereaved and out of consideration for them no footage now stephen a trailer is being released until the film premieres in norway next month let's better reina lands chas a national support group the victims of the attack may mayor victim a cold at the hector forget i will go on with their lives and their motive everyday show why that is so hard reuter lands lost her own eighteen year old daughter that day she says that while some victims feel uneasy about the film others see it is helpful the reason for doing this as telling the story that for so many people has been impossible to tell 24yearold survive at encourage entered route who worked as an adviser on the film addressed a press conference at the berlin film festival when i tried to explain why i experienced i'm only able to tell it from a distance and that's where the art of film can tell us starting another way that speaking cannot and also it's to capture andrew show what rightwing extremism can lead to this is hey in its purest form and a society we have to stand together against that while uncomfortably immersive the film is.

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"berlin film festival" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"berlin film festival" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"And right now the film is uh is during a circuit the film circuit and that it sit in berlin film festival and then headed to cans again okay this year which is in may so um a lot of this plays on my experience with national geographic where i used to educational sales so as familiar with this whole process of bringing product and showing the product is as you have a product and once when the take it out there and put it in the theatre was exciting and uh by the way we have a list of all our character said imd be you can see there i am deby that com mmm so uh i'm actually looking at a printout from my mdb dot com and i'm seeing the calcutta international cult film festival it won the award i believe for best film on women who is that right yes it was nominated for i'd debut filmmaker and then with a hollywood international moving pictures film festival at one four best first time filmmaker again rogge of perry who who you've mentioned was the director uh and uh a nomination for best actress nomination for best musical score a gale you'd mentioned david have it earlier i believe and then the los angeles film awards uh a one again for the best in defence maker uh and best score so assassins pretty impressive three impressive restive cited now this is not your first delaware film projects all had the woman tony ends a comedy i did uh it's available for free on youtube as a gift to all your listeners okay and then ended up as something else with uh the videographer a muslim his name skips right now at the you can see the woman tony ends on a youtube okay now a gale not your first film you do both theater and film i do i talk to me a little bit about as an actor the difference between the 2 well the difference between the 2 is as we mentioned when we do a play we do a lot of rehearsals in when you look at the apex of rehearsal to performance really a players at the bottom there is two or three rehearsals a week you build these character and when you perform it you perform chronologically ugo actually yes you do from the beginning to the at ray where an end so you.

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"berlin film festival" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"berlin film festival" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"Confuse nose to pay were wearing the same suit jacket bed this is the same party and a eighty habit and he turned around and i was like fired up here's like do it again now you're fired for that for that ju smacked mad on the acid a hard yeah i believe magazine you'd better than jordan eddyville you did on permanent damage oreo break jordan in half that's a good sport it was what we were just do this thing the fifteenth anniversary every should he this coming up this able first and we've been doing a bunch of stuff them was much stuff in preparation for that one of the things that just did today was recording a video peace where i was going through the different locations of reussir teeth and talking about who got hired wen and it's crazy of going through you know starting at that mice spare bedroom my house to than going to the downtown viewed office which we almost we added nathan zone macy's movies coming out there i saw that the berlin film festival mmhmm it's a got robert patents in it it on another yeah because illegal yet i love all their movies but empire wu yes i care for that i can't remember the name of the moving out for some reason blanking on it but anyway at the downtown viewed office we added nathan and then when we got to congress we added like right away monte in brayden and jacket and a few other people like miles was there is an intern think christian marshall were there uh rates gay toward the tail end i think they were and whom mary kerry was air carriers there as well dazzle damzal that's what it's thank you and then when we got to 66 then it exploded we had like gavin barbara michael ray lindsay i mean just that.

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"berlin film festival" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"berlin film festival" Discussed on KCRW

"I am zadafia exactly but then again i mean pro occasion it's one possible level of communication i don't consider it to be very high i think it's a very low level of communication is not so hard to mean is yes as can be done very simply then to create a film that has beauty that has a social dimension a political dimension and aesthetical they mention a vigorous storytelling that at the same time can touch people and maybe here and there be provocative then we are talking you know what i mean right otherwise i wouldn't be really interested with the idea of making just and i say this with respect but just a coughs film a cost film yet right i'm not interested in that wracked down my car seats cinema you want more complexity an eulevel said yemeni understanding that if you managed to make that word the cinematic device then the political dimension of the film might find a way into the fabric of society much more efficiently than if you do just propaganda wrapped and how was it received in chile i mean they chose you for the oscars so they must have thought it was good fat swing great i mean it it has been gradual than we thought i thought that they were going to like kill me or and and maybe because we were coming from we'd be first showed it in berlin film festival mmhmm i didn't was so well received yes and that was the beginning almost a year ago and.

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"berlin film festival" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"berlin film festival" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Tutu who at eighty six has largely withdrawn from public life and announced he was stepping down as a goodwill ambassador saying he was deeply disappointed over what he called allegations of immorality and possible criminality involving the charity iris crawford io was me to then there was times up now the berlin film festival has taken center stage in discussions about sexual harassment with nobody's dole alice porter has been watching the action on and off the red carpet and clearly tilley asked her how big an impact the mi2 campaign was having the festival will the ban annan aides who is being a very political festival so lost here it was the height of the migrant crisis not really dominates it unloaded the films that way that was shown here but this team is very much about the hashtag meaty campaign because i mean remember this is this european film festival since the harvey weinstein scanned really erupted and i'm really shocked the industry on the world and to the festival they've actually rian brace these campaigns which were which was fox off as a result so the festival director d to costs lake he actually announced about a week ago that there's going to be lots of discussions and forums abou sexual harassment within the film industry and he even said that that five films have have not been allowed to be shown here at the festival because of ongoing allegations about sexual harassment but there has been some control the sea and actually a bit of criticism because the korean directed kim kiduk now he's here with his new movie human space time and human the he was fined for assaulting one of his actress as now i should say other allegations against him were dropped due to a lack of evidence that she's been speaking out this week and saying that the berlin film festival that being hypocritical the speaking about all these issues but not actually banning his from from coming so yes rushed me too is very much going on here.

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"berlin film festival" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"berlin film festival" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Tutu who at eighty six has largely withdrawn from public life and announced he was stepping down as a goodwill ambassador saying he was deeply disappointed over what he called allegations of immorality and possible criminality involving the charity iris crawford io was me to then there was times up now the berlin film festival has taken center stage in discussions about sexual harassment with nobody's dole alice porter has been watching the action on and off the red carpet and clearly tilley asked her how big an impact the mi2 campaign was having the festival will the ban annan aides who is being a very political festival so lost here it was the height of the migrant crisis not really dominates it unloaded the films that way that was shown here but this team is very much about the hashtag meaty campaign because i mean remember this is this european film festival since the harvey weinstein scanned really erupted and i'm really shocked the industry on the world and to the festival they've actually rian brace these campaigns which were which was fox off as a result so the festival director d to costs lake he actually announced about a week ago that there's going to be lots of discussions and forums abou sexual harassment within the film industry and he even said that that five films have have not been allowed to be shown here at the festival because of ongoing allegations about sexual harassment but there has been some control the sea and actually a bit of criticism because the korean directed kim kiduk now he's here with his new movie human space time and human the he was fined for assaulting one of his actress as now i should say other allegations against him were dropped due to a lack of evidence that she's been speaking out this week and saying that the berlin film festival that being hypocritical the speaking about all these issues but not actually banning his from from coming so yes rushed me too is very much going on here.

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"berlin film festival" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"berlin film festival" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"On my first viewing of the movie with an audience which was at the berlin film festival and i sat alongside hugh and when we got into the last five or six minutes of the movie i i saw hughes hand come up and just do this and i thought lord he was crying and i too was feeling emotion i felt will hugh jackman can cry at a movie i can do it until another one and then would you know what happened next he then took my hand and held onto it for the and the whole ending sequence of the movie and then we will watching the credits because the festival wouldn't let us go on stage until which is quite right all the credit sadrunin that endless you know these move is all that 1050 ms lila i was sitting there i thought at some point i will say or of watt to this franchise can ever be better than this and i don't think you could add also you know we were at the berlin film festival to it enabled me to tell you this anecdote well it's it's sort of of a wonderful story about what goes on when you making a series how many were there that you were in is it ten i made appearances in seven seven of them yeah so it's a part of who you are 17 years yeah all those from from the first xmen movie to logan seventy news and win you did star trek nextgeneration it wasn't it wasn't as much that was about fourteen years so you could say i've had a franchise in my life for nearly thirty years where do these people go in your head did they live inside your head somewhere which people plus people captain hold presser acts the lump people.

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