18 Burst results for "Beth Ditto"

The Podfather launches a new, open podcast directory

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02:33 min | 3 months ago

The Podfather launches a new, open podcast directory

"Wouldn't it be delightful if we could just keep the platform open for everybody for anything, carry has launched a new open podcast directory for APP developers working with developer Dave Jones, speaking on a new podcast, curry and Jones worry that apple is starting to tinker with their directory. Here's alternative. The podcast index traumas that the core categorized index will always be available for free for any use you can sign up to be a developer on their developer portal and we support this initiative. So as of today, news uses the podcast index for our main podcast search. IBUKI has opened the voting for third edition of their audience awards. You can vote for your favorite podcast in a link you'll find in our show notes newsletter. Today you've until September the twentieth to vote meanwhile, the virtual ceremony for the Latin podcast awards will be on October the tenth with Speaker. You can see poets, dot events your local time. spotify is working on a set of new features to their APP including a method to save your favorite podcast episodes. The companies also advertising podcasting and a new campaign running in twenty three markets and a TV commercial running in sixteen markets globally. Rachel Corbett has joined Australia's commercial radio broadcast and Nova entertainment as head of PODCASTS and digital content. Acosta Australia's hired six new people and SCA Australia's largest commercial radio company and owner of podcast one Australia has entered a partnership with spoken layer, which creates automated short form audio content for smart speakers. And podcast news changes with Anne McManus returns for a Second Series Radio Presenter Anne mackinaw, using her full name, his to interview extraordinary people including actor Michael Sheen American singer Songwriter. Beth Ditto, and our first guest is novelist Zadie Smith. Mothers ourselves interviews, the children of extraordinary mothers. It's a new podcast from longtime New York Times reporter Katie Hafner who started the podcast around Mother's Day this year while covering the pandemic, it aims to offer something a little more uplifting in the midst of so much grimness. Telling US and tomorrow WNYC and history releasing blind spots the roads to nine eleven bringing tonight's lights the decade long shadow struggled preceded via tax.

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"beth ditto" Discussed on What I Wore When

What I Wore When

06:34 min | 9 months ago

"beth ditto" Discussed on What I Wore When

"And then we're going to do it really crispy out. What's the last thing you swipe your credit card on But a Lotta. The last thing is what my credit card on economic was probably dinner. Dimsum what was your first concert. Leonard Skinner No. No no no. When is he a guard? I e. it's either linen scared or Damn Yankees equally gross. So he's like can you say me? I should say Ted nugent is th I know I. I have that song on my phone g also like this on the one who wants big fan of that one big Mr Big Mr Big Fan Big Fan. I like Damn Yankees. I GONNA kick all those really bad like a fake air bans. That's worse the. How do you fall asleep at night? I don't it takes forever to go to sleep. Originalmattress pursuit of something you. Why the artists your favorite show. What's your favorite TV show? I love Golden Girls. I love probably the office. Yeah he's actually office also Bob's Burgers a lot. What would be your last meal on? Earth? Oh God it's a toss it corn dogs or to your thoughts or state fair love. It got a huge win GATT. Yeah that's meant to him or fried chicken and mashed potatoes and like maybe just like southern soul food you. What era do you identify most with fashion wise sash unwise bogart late sixties definitely MoD? Like yes for sure. Yeah this is neither here nor there but since I have you I'm GonNa tell you this I guess it was two thousand nine of ten years ago. I was a fashion. I was aspiring really wanted to be a fashion editor writer and I was or I. I mean I oversee a site that lives and breathes fashion. We read about other things but I was very very focused at that period of fashion and I was also very into fashion shows. Which now I don't love going to but I did then and I felt really Gonna. I don't I've they give me anxieties. Join somebody I understand that. That's like I think I would like it if I was like more important but I don't know come on. You know what I mean. Everyone is important but there was one show that I was sitting at. I was probably like second row. Which was a big deal. It's a great row and I was and The models were walking to dime store diamond. Which is your song way. Yeah yes in New York and I could back. I can find the show because I had photos and I remember feeling such a connection with. That's and this was before I had on my phone so I took it a pencil and I was like jotting down the lyrics. 'cause I wanted to Google kidding me. I don't even. I don't even know if I had an iphone then so I wanted to know. How is Beth Ditto Gaza your band obviously and that album became? I mean. I'm not just saying this year. That was for like two years the soundtrack of my life so nice uses. What's so crazy? Show like remind you that reminds me of just a time in New York for me like getting drunk on the lower east side and it reminds me of light to later. I mean activity. Yeah like reminds me of going to war. It just reminds me of so much. I get how sad I listened to that album. I understand that but that's me with fashion like a very. Isn't that funny? That makes me. That makes me feel really special. Thank you I was very happy to meet you. So Much. So dearly q song especially. Oh thank you about times for diamond. It's about being poor and resourceful It's about you know legs exactly right when you listen to the lyrics I didn't know if that's what doomed I was just about cutting your own hair and like you know that kind of thing and you know even shoplifting. It's like about stuff like that. It's about being young and making it work making it work. Yeah yeah absolutely awesome. Thank you so much. This was great. Thank you it was fantastic. Came was amazing. When is a production of glamour and iheartradio with new episodes dropping every Monday? For more podcast for my heart radio. Visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows I'm your host Glamour Digital Director. Perry Samuelson follow me on Instagram at Perry Santon P. E. R. R. I. E. S. A. M. O. T. I N. Our executive producer is Allie Perry our producers glamorous Kim Ferraro an Iheart. Jj PAS way. What I when is engineered by Emily Marinov and Derek Clement Special? Thanks TO JEWISH AND DEANNA AT CONDE. Nast for more information on today's episode Glamour Dot Com Slash. What I wore when the only way is through a new podcast in partnership with iheartradio under armor players coaches and these share intimate and personal stories performing at the highest level. This season Notre Dame women's basketball coach Muslim McGraw's battling losing every game knowing. You're supposed to win. That really weighs heavy on your shoulders than I think I said at one point. Wouldn't it be great to be the underdog again? My husband said be careful what you wish for and here we are listening to. The only way is through available now on the iheartradio APP. Or wherever you get your podcast. Hello this is Ron Burke. And you're listening to my voice which commands trust and respect. Guess what my podcast is back. And that's a win for everyone. If you're a long-time listener to the show you probably already know the deal. Each week I bring you hard hitting journalism and also Light Entertainment. I contain multitudes. Find the Ron. Burgundy pod Gaz on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"It's bowls I, I'm Jesse thorn. My guest is Beth Ditto when we talked last year, she recorded her first ever album since the break-up of her band, the gossip. The album was called fake sugar. Beth is on tour later this month with dates all over the US. When your friend? Nathan, who had co co founded the gossip with you? Moved back home to live on the farm that he grew up in. And you alternately decided to break up the band sort of by by mutual acclamation. Did you feel confident that you could make music on your own without this guy who had been like your big brother forever. No. I didn't feel I think had I set out to make solo record in the first place. Like if I was like baby, I'm going solo. It would have been different. But I think because I was already writing for the gossip record anyway, and there were already songs. That just weren't gossip songs and I would. I was like, well, why would I throw these away? I think. I knew that had song already now had I made a decision to do it by myself without songs. I don't know what would have happened, but I have this thing. You know, I always say that I'm at the musicians, mercy, look, I'm at the Qatar, players, mercy, I'm only as good as the player that I'm with or the person that's making the music because I can't read music. I can't play it. I can't. I can home it in knocking site, maybe. Can you try to play it like this or give my ideas and try to communicate them, but I can't tell you what to do. I don't really know the language, so I'm only as good as the person that I'm with and so that's frightening. But at that point I'd already had things you know, it already had music and. I think because I was writing for gossip, it gave me. I would say that I think gossip was over two years before it was over. I think when Nathan moved back, it was over the last show. I think that we played together was the night before my wedding. I think that was that we'll get that was four years ago. So not the not me for my wedding, but the not before I left for the the trip and yeah, so I think it was over a long time ago..

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"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Not only were there teams of Rockin roller, but they were like specific lesbian teams as well. Oh, man. I learned so much. There was so much about my own sexuality and gender the I didn't even know it was eighteen like off the turnip truck. Like I've still believed in God. I mean, I was still under that ended the thumb of the bible belt. I was still living in in that you know fear. So like just to meet other people who were queer and like they had, you know, in different queer identities and genders and like the fluidity of all of that, like it changed my life. It was so incredible. Like it was like the best. It was like, I do. You know the thing about Olympia lived there for four years and then moved to Portland. The thing about Olympia that was so incredible is that some people went to go to school and they went to evergreen, and they went for their four years at some people didn't finish whatever some people are still there. But for me, it was four years of college of like complete life experience where I learned so much about. You know, it was like a queer, a queer women's study in its in itself. Like I learned so many things, and it's another thing I'm really grateful for. I don't. It's the other thing. It's just like, like, you know, I knew about grunge and stuff like that. I knew about Seattle and I was obsessed with it, of course. But I, I didn't know about Olympia and the fat have been a little teenager out of been like what that's crazy. It was a learned so much. I mean, he listen, you take that bus downtown. You go to the capitol theater. You go to homo ago. There's this kissing boots. I mean, they were like queer. Kissing booth re could pay a dollar to kiss another girl. That was my first kiss with my is to grow a paid a dollar so cheap. As a bargain that is a steal my friend. Good investment. Yeah, great investment. Was there a moment? I mean, I talked to. I talked to Coren Tucker later, Kenny. She described to me when she saw Kathleen Hanna perform for the first time who is in a bikini kill in the Tigray that it was so so thrilling to her to see that a woman could do that, and it was so just what she had never known that was exactly what she wanted to do in be that it felt like, you know, it was a real unchained the beast moment. Did you ever have a moment when you were starting the gossip with your friend from back home. Nathan who's known in the band is brace pain and also Cathy to member to she. She was from that come to. So did you guys ever like was there a moment when you acknowledged when you saw what you wanted and maybe even felt like you could do it? I think Nathan probably saw more than we did. And no, I remember I mean, later you do when you realize, oh, you actually have a thing, and people are actually coming to see you on tour like you, you're you're on tour period. Like I remember that moment was I remember being like, I want to do for a living. I if I can, I never thought about doing it for a living and never thought about being musician. I mean, watching Citre Kinney was I have to say also that I am forever in their debt. They took us on tour and gave us everything. We weren't hip enough to like pump tours. We even knew that you needed to to like, I can't even tell you what we didn't know. We were just scattered bring crazy like we were just like our frame was like, we'll drive. You're like, okay, wouldn't even think, hey, maybe you should hire her as a Rhody. We'd just like saw her a driver. We would just show up and be like, can we borrow your amp like we never even thought we didn't notice soundcheck was I didn't know what monitors were like I didn't. They add, no. And that went on for years. I didn't know his way after Slater, Kenny tour, but they really like if we needed anything. I'm Kerry with lettuce, sleep in the floor on her rape, all of us like in her like hotel rooms like she didn't MRs win. I mean, by the time you you're touring with them, they were legitimate Rockstars..

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"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Happy to be here. How old were you when you moved from your hometown to Olympia Washington? Oh, look at, you know, you know the real place I was eighteen years old. I graduated at turned eighteen February of ninety. Nine. I graduated in may of ninety nine and I moved in June of ninety. Nine. Did you go to go to school or did you go to not go to school? Went to follow my friends. They were bay moved up there because when my friends went to school to, we started gossip together that she moved to go to evergreen. And so I looked around and all of my weirdo friends were gone, so I just moved up there to be with them. Now I never went to school. Barely graduated high school, let alone more of that. And and also like left entirely up to my own devices. I, I would never, I would have just gotten a lot of debt and a whole lot of nothing. You mean if you had gone to school? Yeah. Yeah. What was this like in your hometown? Hilarious. Was it Larry's? I grew did Sonia which is just outside of, sir. C.. Which is about surveys when you were like when you it was Saturday morning and you'd be like your mom would be like, we're going to town even sir. See, that's where you've got groceries and stuff. So that's where the WalMart was. So that's where I met Kathy and Nathan and Jerry and if you other kids to, that's who I moved to Olympia with. So yes. So you know, we had our own little sane there. There weren't that many of us. We were all really different. We all were in two different things. I think they were much cooler than me. They were also. Older than me. But you know, Kathy was three years older than me. Nathan was to Jerry was one year older, which is why I moved after. But so I, I just wasn't as cool as they were. So I was listening to old music and was into different things on my own, like even feminism and things like that. Like I hadn't really gotten into riot girl deeply yet when I admit them all like it was something I'd heard passed around, but it wasn't anything I knew a lot about. I was more like listening to like mama, Cassen, Nina Simone, and. You know, just the Tori. Amos was a big one for me. I listened to a lot of Melanie, and you know, that's pretty much where that's that's where my music nerdiness came from was old music. So I was a natural weirdo and they were natural weirdos and the ideas that we even the notion we even met each other is really incredible. I mean, we looked so ridiculous. I remember my friend, Jerry cutting off his paint legs and then wearing tube socks with the shorts that he'd made within like safety, pinning the paint legs to his sleeves. So like and then wearing taking part computers wearing the the the what is it called? The board, the circuit board, the circuit board on his shirt because he was such a cyber techy kid like pre internet. Every the first time I saw the internet. It was at his house actually in the nineties, and it was the slowest most ridiculous dot matrix. Pixellated thing I've ever seen like it just just how your descr. Having like a second grader building a robot, you're not describing a high school or designing fashion what it was, and that's why it was so amazing. It was so innocent and like really untouched. I mean, because the PD was, is that we do, we'd were second graders if you'd gone to the shows that we were playing for each other, like it was so different from anything else. And it was it was unpretentious if everyone was just having fun hippies hanging out, like when I'm I didn't realize that there was a division of like of different in sub genres of punk rockers an indie rockers and hipsters and posers and Caesar's hippies didn't hang out with punks punks didn't hang out with Hesters because it wasn't like that because if we didn't hang out with each other, we would be alone. So the beauty was like, we didn't also MTV wasn't a thing unless you had a satellite dish because our cable company was to Christian to carry it..

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"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"It's bullseye. Jesse thorn right now. We're listening back to my interview with Jonathan gold. Jonathan gold was the food critic for the Los Angeles Times and the LA weekly before that he died last month. He was fifty seven. A few years back. He was the subject of a documentary called city of gold. Here's an excerpt from it. First year out of college, I was working downtown foods feeder, and I was bored out of my mind. So I decided to bake it my project to eat it every restaurant on PICO boulevard. PICO boulevard is coming to Los Angeles back porch. It goes through a remarkable swath of town. Coby El Salvador cafe on the eastern that was worth for Salvador places. And way at the Santa Monica place called pumps over five, which had my favorite chili fries. Really the chili fries. Is there anything that you here in Los Angeles that makes you proud to be an Angelino in the way that eating a burrito? Vicks me proud to be from San Francisco. I don't know. I mean, I mean Los Angeles has given many foods to the world. That's pretty much all of the national fast food culture comes out of the greater l. a. area for better for worse? No LA is where you know, obviously the Cobb salad was invented. The Caesar salad is, but something that just like breezed Los Angeles, that would be just like you walk down the street here and in ordinary block, and you'll see like a half timber Tudor house, and you'll see two Spanish haciendas and you'll see an Italian villa and you'll see. Caught well, cottage and like all these wonderful kinds of ac- domestic architecture that come from all over the freaking world and just exist on one block because this is Los Angeles and we make it's a comfortable place for all of that. And as far as something that food that uniquely expresses the. The culture of LA. I don't know. I mean, I could talk about the east LA green chili burrito..

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"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Special Los Angeles. He things in often when you think of when when you go to like a Los Angeles thing from the thirties that has been a Los Angeles institution quote, unquote, it's often a very, very early form of that. You know, it's a very early form of chilies. Or whatever. It's not quite that simple. But there is some truth to that. There is a sense of in which because Hollywood in Los Angeles has been the source of so much mass culture in the United States that the Los Angeles accent is like the one accident in the country that doesn't actually read as an accent it that. That music that comes out of studios in LA doesn't read as having an l. a. sounded just has a sound that. Whereas you could open a a place called Joes New York bar and grill, and you'd know what they would serve or Joe's Chicago hotdogs, and you'd have an idea what would be on the menu, but you could open a restaurant someplace called, you know, max as Los Angeles and you'd have no idea what they would serve. Probably avocados. That's that's about as far as you could get. It would involve avocados, maybe avocados, what am I favor food essays from the thirties, just by s j Perelman piece in the New Yorker, there was farewell. My lovely avocado. So you started on this. You started on this project? That is, I think you're you're famous origin story, which is eating your way from one end of PICO boulevard to the other. Yeah, I started a deals, kosher, butcher, shop on. PICO Robertson and PICO is for people who don't live in Los Angeles is an east west street, basically goes from one end of Los Angeles to the other, and it's sort of in the middle enough to be in the middle, but it's also in the south enough to be genuinely sort of regular people e including every kind of ethnicity that lives in Los Angeles. Yeah, I always think of it as l. a.'s equivalent of the tradesmen sports anyway. So you start you, you're bored and you decided to work your way from went into PICO to the other? Yeah. I started a deal Salvador cafe which was near where PICO dead ends into a Coca Cola bottling plant shaped like a thirty steamship, which I've always thought was astonishing and I go in I e every day I would go off work and I go to the next restaurant and sort of worked my way down the street and it was a, it was an education more than anything I've ever done. I think. You're a critic for gourmet magazine based in New York for a little while. Right. And you write about the Tonia stressed Ron's in Los Angeles sometimes as well. What do you like the most about fine, dining, restaurant food. The food is freaking great or at least it can be eight that it's where the most interesting and most innovative chefs wind up there. The people who usually end up with the best rob materials that they have the experience in the technique to be able to put it together in a way..

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"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"It's bullseye. I'm Jesse thorn. So you've probably heard, but the writer, Jonathan Gould died last month of pancreatic cancer. He was only fifty seven. He was the restaurant critic for the Los Angeles Times his writing which had appeared in LA weekly in gourmet and elsewhere earned him a or in two thousand seven to this date. He is still the only food critic to ever earn that honor. And when you're talking about Jonathan gold, it's hard to overstate what he meant to the city of Los Angeles where we record bulls eye every week and to the food criticism world in general, his impact was enormous. There's his writing, elegant, personable, funny meticulously researched, and there's the places he write about. He covered fancy restaurants with tasting menus and fifteen dollar cocktails, and he'd also put a spotlight on restaurants that often get ignored by critics. Korea noodle, shops, walking. Molay restaurants, crowded, Sichuan cafes, tucked away in the same. Gabriel valley, not that other writers weren't covering those kinds of places ever. But before Jonathan made inevitably end up in a cheap eats column in the dining section or thrown together on a list of best kept secrets in LA. Jonathan gold wrote those places into the exact same column as all the other restaurants, he celebrated them and honored them, and he worked just as hard if not harder, sometimes to right, authentically and informative -ly about the chefs, families and traditions behind those restaurants. Anyway, all of that is to say that he will be sorely missed. I was lucky enough to get to talk to Jonathan golden two thousand eleven. You'll hear that conversation in a second. It was a few years after his polit, sir, and four years before a local filmmaker named Laura gabbert directed a documentary about him. She called it city of gold. Here's a little bit from it. I do all the stuff you're supposed to do. I always reserve hundred different names. I switch up the names reserve under I switch up the phone numbers that it was her under the whole series of throwaway phones that he's just for reservations. This kind of like the is is kind of like defend man's version of the Bourne identity. I think. When I talked to Jonathan at my house in Los Angeles in two thousand eleven, I opened by asking about his LA roots. He's from south LA, right? I grew up bum near guest sixty. Third and Crenshaw. My dad's spent his teenage years in Glendale. He grew up till he's like thirteen or something like that in Kansas City, but then lived in Glendale and. And he's, he's older than you are Jonathan. But I remember him telling me one day about stealing his parents car after they went to sleep and driving to the coast. Which I guess you know, this would have been nine thousand nine hundred sixty ish. Was not the longest drive Amina forty, five minute drive me. But when he described it was as though he was going to Canada, you know what I mean? Like it was like a whole different other world. And there's that sense in Los Angeles that I don't know. I'm from San Francisco. I didn't feel in San Francisco of it being just a group of very individual worlds. It is that it is not that it's a, it's interesting that they both existed at the same time. For example, you can get in your car and you can drive for one hundred miles on surface streets and still basically be in Los Angeles. I mean, the city names may change maybe like become one of the small suburbs you might be in Orange County..

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"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Some criticism i got for the film was there will we don't see the influence of the parents in his kids lives but it was definite he was a definite decision to keep the parents really minimal because it was about the kids lives after they leave the house in a whenever i left the house my mother never knew the stuff i was getting into in you know she would have been shocked summer she never knew that i jumped from rooftoptorooftop put in ah and even when the phone came out on until i got it from real life and emma mama's infant but she's a gun dealer in the movie i asked you play suites yet whati don't even have time to get into your amazing tv work including directing selling most important episodes the wire and directing be one of the most prolific directors on the most successful television show on tv the walkingdeadum but i am so grateful that you took the time to come here and talk to me thank you i mean if you have wanted to it again do continuation him i'mi'm up for uncle solid earth dickerson thank you so much for vietnambotha think you for have had a lot of fun every week on balls i would like to wrap things up with a pop culture recommendation from me your host it's the outshot hain spot that will half right of the old 25 that dumb ridiculous charming amazing laughter as car talk right to brothers acting dumb and laughing it's magic for 40 years we could turn on the radio in a weekend morning and here that laugh or i guess those laughs but honestly i could never tell which one was tom in which one was ray.

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"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"What you would cnn in a similar movie set in lawelli mean you know in newyorkyou know we live we were living when i lived in a your relived it was a british city i grew up in in housing projects in newark in out as brick city growing up in in vertical environments living in in in apartments in a walk into hallways walk into alleyways to me those yeah i was definitely going for like a certain kind of expressionism in oh yeah no doubt about it the the old german expressionist films a lot of times which were dealing with crimes in the city rubin influence on us and uh when we saw thoughts on my boys in the heard we will leg well what are they succesful they got houses with lawns you know they got palm trees near yards you know they got real homes they don't have the not living in low apartments we we just couldn't relate to that environment because he was it was a hundred degrees from where we grown up where we are coming up in where we set our story so yes this data is living in the city life in the big city and it is looking at the film now 25 years later you realize what a what a lemon all place newyork within between the newyork of the 1970s and 80s that that kind of bleakness end that turn to the sanitized giulianinewyork nece fedex like it was still it was still in newyork on the 1 hand it feels almost recognizably modern know it feels almost contemporary but it's also still in newyork where you're walking past a burned out car um yeah i mean it's true and some places up there is still like that in newyorkuhi just those shooting in newyork recently in and you know there are some areas that have been gentrify that still have that so had a feel but dumb that was the deal that was an environment that i knew that i spent most of my formative years in dna the whole jumping from rooftoptorooftop was of the nice to do as a.

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"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"When you've got the chance to direct your first film was it something that came to you or something he been working on for years and years it was actually something that uh me in a friend of mine co wrote a not long antigod regard of nyu before us before my career is the senate augur for took off and after i think my first films i try to take it out we we tried to take it around and see if anybody could be interested in the script who it was called juice at that time it was basically the story that eventually made uh some of the characters changed queenlatifah his character in this group was originally africabombaso uh we just got rejected every place we get we ever lease went so it said on the shelf we said of ballot my career as a deep he was taken off a gerard career as a play right was was working and then taken off he's at public data with joepatand so does you know he just said on scrip i mean descript sat on a shelf for years and then what happened boys in the hood became an international phenomenon and all of a sudden somebody was willing to make a movie like that now we didn't know anything about it what happened was edgirard was going to get a new agent she wanted to see some work and you know he gave her a copy of juice and she read it and she says would you doing with this what would happen with this nothing exist been sitting there for years she says only you gotta you should make this so she took it and she took it around and automatically there were about 45 production companies that wanted to buy it in and then we started getting notes we started getting notes from the company saying that it was too dark they thought it should be more of a more of a comedic coming of age story between these for guys you know to lighten up the tone more oneliners and draw denier vetoing this end within the man comeonhis book.

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"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Noticing that you know on submarines the colour schemes as a means usually blues and greens and then colors that actually have a tendency to to relax you and and calm you down to hospitals in sykora fabulously as opposed to raids in yellow red actually causes the heart rate to increase the united felt the best way to do that was to limit the colour scale to those warmer colors and the great thing the that spikedid they gave me four weeks paid preproduction soi headed a chance to come in and lay down some ground rules that the problem was that this was all going to be taken place on one day we're the me shooting for eight weeks how am i gonna make eight weeks look like one day were outside allied and in almost every shot we're seeing the entire block seeing a large part of the bloc and so iii just lay down the ground will whatever street we select for this it has to run north and south mi rationale was that as the sun rises in the eastern sets in the west a street runs north and south one side of the street is always going to be shaded it's easy for me to make a cloudy day look like to say that the look like the shaded side of the street which saved my but because we had almost nothing but rain for the first two weeks of shooting the movie kalman eights and spoiler alert for this movie that came out in 99theyou should have seen by now and which you will not lose out on just by knowing how to ends it culminates in a riot and it is the climax of the film it's not about dialogue.

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"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"What's profit on pop rocket this week heyjesse an honor of independent say we will be celebrating by honoring the works of fiercely independent artist like beyond say tinaturnermed than salmonrushdie people who declared their independence through art now that's what's up i like tinaturner talk pop rocket get it wherever you get your podcasts and you're listening to bullsii'mjessethorni'm talking with earnestdickerson or is this a cinematographer in a director he's worked on nearly a hundred movies and tv shows including do the right thing malcolmx and the wire plus you know crush proof his direct tory old debuted juice is celebrating its 20 5th aniversary this year youdp the first few films that your film school classmates spikelee made including some of his greatest films i want to play a scene from one of those i'm going to play a scene from do the right thing when my favorite movies if folks haven't seen it is to sort of the slice of life day in the life of this block in this neighborhood in bed sty in brooklyn been this seen that were about to hear a guy called bug an out is at the pizzeria having some pizza the patriotsitalianownedbugera's black they have a wall of fame in the pizzeria there's no black folks at wall in the wall of fame a rally all draw which you can put your brothers uncles and nieces nephews just that while the other look what this my history american ties on all the b five southbut you own this day do i see any americanattheaussies black folks so since we spend much money we do have set of a trouble makers is what you were you making trouble on the table make are making trumpit's one of the most beautiful movies that i've ever seen thank you you know it kind of radiates the kohler 1980 nine mike the aesthetics of the closer so central to it those kind of bold color block closed the people were bracketed 1980 nine are such an essential part of this kind of this vision of this block what did you talk to spikelee about in terms of what this movie was going to look like well um that process started months earlier he and i were on the plane flying from newyorktola to look at the answer print for school days and um and.

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"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"And you know spike and i love these are this book uh you know we always worked is of that's why worrying graduates alana we've got more my conversation with earnestdickerson at a minute after a break we'll talk about juice which is a huge hit movie that because he wanted his creative control he made for practically nothing is bull's i for maximum found out org and npr support for this podcast and this message comes from 2020 where creative's get inspiring authentic stock photos unlike traditional staged stock photos 2020 has millions of real world images your audience will actually engage with all under a simple royalty free license today 2020 is offering bullseye listeners a sevenday free trial of five photos monthly subscription began after seven days to start your trial go to t w e n t y 200comiit's walls i guess heathrow and we'll get back to my conversation with earnestdickersonbut before we do that pop rocket time poproggeif you don't know our sister show here at maximum fund out oregon are chatrier sister show when you listen of hop rocket every week a brilliant whole areas panel looks at why we love what we love in pop culture bunch a heavy hitters uh the novelist and entertainment writer margaret watt bler pop culture scholar karen tungsten from the university of southerncalifornia and the great social media strategist winter mitchell is hosted by our friend guy brand him he's a comedian he host talk show the game show on true tv one of the funniest shows on tvhey guy buddy.

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"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Thegreatescape really good venture films always love movies on started digging seriously about it later on that i was always insist interested in kraft started out the incident visual effects because i was a big rayharry housing van and you're seeing a lot fantasy films in and horror films in science fiction films i was always interested in visual effects you're you're basically you're saying you're a nerd definitely back in the sixties when wasn't so so fashionable be a wet go what did we interested in effect me i mean where you at home trying to make your on squibb'sumi did do some effects you know with some of firecrackers a member my my favorite show the time was the the man from uncle and they always had this thing they would take out a lock with us something they put in the lock and then marks which has come out sized to do that by taking firecrackers and tearing of in half in putting him in in locks her stuff you know in in seeing that we would play with that a became a little bit of a pyromaniac in the bathtub i would take lighter fluid now dislike scored patterns in there is light it and see it all just all just laid out there listening to balls i on jesse four andi'm talking with the director in cinema targe refer ernestdickersonyou want to films call you got master screen film and i wonder if there was a point in your life where you had to give yourself permission or maybe even to ask your parents for permission depending on where you are at with your parents to not do the job but not a not have not pursue a practical career but rather pursue a profoundly impractical career will the thing is i graduated after i graduated i got my degree in architecture i had a parttime job at a howardmedicalschool and the hospital doing medical photography what is medical photography a surgery um ellison surgeries and house to three times a week um so where you just like taking pictures of people boils on that i'd what you described to me in a very flat tone sounds like the grossest thing for me it adverse it was you know i mean you know they they gave me a you know a.

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"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"beth ditto" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"It's about four teenagers growing up in harlem and at the beginning the french who ditch school together may be shoplift every now and then get harassed by the cops have little spats with local gang but as the louis progresses juice raises the stakes at every turn things get more and more complicated a new wants as violence seeped into the situation stick listen to a scene from jews as early on in the movie is kind of a turning point the four main characters are hanging out in an apartment watching tv earlier on they ran into a friend as he was about to rob a bar then in the scene they here on the news that he got killed by cops while he was doing bishop play by to park thinks it's a sign that he and his crew aren't getting the respect they deserve and unless they go hard they never will we welcome the path well math wealth tony caught we will make one door when coat that good oh why dr track think serious samarrai nothing to say as because noone right in your heart you know what the big may if you want respect you got to earn you damn right uganda has gone down stand up and down like the ifyouwhat do urge decrease in multiple sites great to have you on the show thank you for having me scould be here so did you always aspire to be a filmmaker it took me a while to figure it out i was always interested in movies from way back since elementary school movies were always part of my house movies and and good jazz you know saturdaysandsundays a bunch of his will go to the movies and we always loved adventure films and stuff like that horror films you know scary movies movies like the tingler.

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"beth ditto" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"beth ditto" Discussed on Bigmouth

"Sacked what trump and this hearing just ever there's so much to say about trump the thing i love about came sees a he's basically a trained lawyer and he's he's prosecuted everybody from a modest you it to the campion i family and he does things by the book too ridiculous level when is this slowburn take down of trump and his going to take ages but it is it his his hope methodologies the kind of antithesis of what trump does which is far from the hit twitter diplomacy were anti depends you have an comey's just let you can't defeat a guy who a massively evidence before his mouth noticed our front really fascinating because it's going to go on for primary year and it's not a journalist i already enjoy watching trump are actually for when he i got lektsok or can even tend to your listeners voice now i can of i want to watch all the time because it's like it's like a slow death the other student take away from coal we test admitted with your initial bouyed mark i'm david simon who the wire with a brilliant point about us a said an all the golden polti conversations from call me at all those of it trump dealing with russia he's never asked any questions about what exactly is happening here how do we stop as little thing david simon said we spend the law tame courtrooms and you listened to the guilty the net the ns and always asked lots of questions about what's the what's the crimea how did apponaug evil the guilty don't ask anthony because they know yet milton john attract your point that tells what your own closing sanchez her a again to help out to twitter clinton and spears on election day this week when i i woke up relations in warming and schooling through my social media cans saw the front pages of the sun and the daily mail which were this or crop was papers have been doing for decades the the fifteen pages of lying anti corbyn stack the son of the front cover coburn the dustbin.

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"beth ditto" Discussed on Fashion Hags

Fashion Hags

03:47 min | 4 years ago

"beth ditto" Discussed on Fashion Hags

"I definitely enjoyed like rake have AKU was pretty cool bad. Yeah. Also, like, George sand was really interesting. So oh, I only know I don't know much about the fashion side of George sand. Well, I mean, George sand in tight like she basically decide like starting very young. She was experimenting with wearing men's clothing. And she like when she was a teenager. She would go riding into town dressed in men's clothing, actually, kind of try and passer self as a man. With the young women in town. Yeah. And this led to hurt like by the time. She was a famous author she had and she was going under the name George sand. So that she could sell books because at this point, you know, everyone didn't want him act, but you. Are you go make a cookie or something, please? Please make cooking. Which on the back of the package for the racist pieces. That's the best friend. Yeah. She was just like a man and like going out in the town and just sort of generally like she was just like stir in the pie. Yeah. So that's awesome. When hero was that. I'm not familiar, which are send it off like eighteenth century. I think. Wow. So. But I'm forgetting but around then so. Yeah, awesome. But there's a lot of there's a lot of really interesting people in here. And like, there's you know, like little tidbits about people that I learned that I didn't know before like really familiar figures like. Like Chanel like the fact that she like some of her inspiration like came from her essentially getting angry at the man that she was in a relationship with instead of going and cutting up his clothing, and she wearing it herself move. Oh. I didn't think I could like cook Chanel more. No. Yeah. Totally. Other things like Anna Wintour, like the fact that she at one point lake with an editor at a porn magazine like for women. Oh, which is crazy like I didn't know that that Magoni magazine existed, and she was doing like, she was the fashion editor for this like, very racy magazine. That's how she like develops relationships lasted editor for women. No more closely. I know there is an I've done for the day. Oh, well, that's awesome. Big names. Cou- snow in winter and stuff. And then the you'll be able to to also get the lesser known people into. Yeah. Yeah. Well, it spans like a long period of time. And I was trying to be like pretty diapers with the kind of people, then I included to you. So like there's a long period of time. It goes way back in history. But also just like even contemporary people who are a little bit different. So like, I don't know. I included like Beth Ditto to okay, I was gonna say seem to have a nice intersection -ality too of women of all races ges, and you know, and people to do so sizes and too. So I like the idea to this as a like your your target audience is teenagers. Yeah. And like as a feminist, I I'm stoked to like just sort of tap on the shoulders of younger girls and be like check these fucking battles. Ladies like, they're they're cool. Here's a cool example of. Something that you might be into or maybe you're feeling a little bit. Like, you say like ice lated or weird or whatever like these are some bad ass, ladies, and they struggled with the same ship that you maybe are doing they move..

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