18 Burst results for "Brian Fogel"

Film Maker Discusses New Documentary On Murdered Journalist Jamal Khashoggi

The Takeaway

02:34 min | 9 months ago

Film Maker Discusses New Documentary On Murdered Journalist Jamal Khashoggi

"You're listening to the takeaway. I'm kelly crossley in for ten a vega on october second two thousand eighteen washington post columnist and saudi dissident. Jamal khashoggi walked into the saudi consulate. Instanbul he was there to obtain documents for his upcoming marriage to his fiancee. He would never make it out. Reports of kashogi is murder and the overwhelming evidence that the saudi government including crown prince mohammed bin salman. We're responsible for his murder. Took the world by storm more than two years later. Kashogi murderers have still not been brought to justice and the lives of journalists around the world. Continue to be threatened this year. Forty two journalists and media workers were killed according to the international federation of journalists. The murder of jamal khashoggi and why the repressive saudi regime wanted to silence. Him is the subject of the new documentary. The dissident the latest film from the academy award winning director brian fogel. The film is now in theaters and will be available on demand on january eighth but several streaming services passed on releasing the film and fogel has said the film's criticism of the saudi government. May be why. I spoke with brian about the film. And why jamal khashoggi. Murder continues to capture the attention of the world. He was a washington post journalist. You know of course is history was as a saudi journalists but in the last year of his life he was writing for the washington post so as murder happened. Of course the news stories around the world was he was the washington post journalist. I think that the certainly attributed to the visibility. But i think even more importantly than that was the brazenness of describes some somebody walking into their own consulate seeking wedding papers while they're fiance is waiting outside for them only to never come out again and then for us to find out that he had in fact been murdered dismembered just a horrific situation so i think there were a lot of elements that really catapulted this story to the top of news feeds and then of course you know the kingdom itself and the repression going on within saudi arabia. That at the same time was being heavily marketed and promoted that mohammed bin salman was this great reformer changing saudi arabia opening up saudi arabia allowing human rights

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"brian fogel" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"brian fogel" Discussed on Minority Korner

"The end of the day that it wasn't the voices, the maids that were heard, I, you know, she's like, I know many of, you know, I know abeline they were my grandmother and my mom, and I know that if you do a movie where the whole premise is, I want to know what it feels like to work for white people into bring up children. Ninety six, three. I wanna hear how you really feel about it. I never heard of that also just made a comment of how we were the movie really tries to show like, oh, but they're what good white people. I know entirely hammer that in where it's like come on. Yeah. So you're right on that. And that made me think of, I think. When I you and I had a offline conversations about sharper objects. You're selling me on it to continue on, and they think that was sort of Mike ripe. Sharp objects was like the, you know, again, we talked about in the podcast that my my great grandmother, she was, you know, worked in the house as a slave, and, and you mean you don't get as. Slave, a house made a house. Yeah. I mean, like she. I mean, slavery was still happening to the time like saver Roussel. So she was, oh, yeah. No, she was a housemate's show. Yeah. So it's like wanting to hear what those stories are, but you did bring up a good point that in sharper objects that the do address some of that conversation. I guess I would just love to see a story where it's like focused on her. Yeah, I mean, that's true course. And of course there's going to be problems, sharper objects because that's not that wasn't the main story, but I, I do, I I'm, I'm not here to just only defend sharper objects. You know Jap. No, no, no get into that. But like. That I didn't bring up time on the show like like his wife. The her boss's boss's wife, and then also there's a family at the end who plays recruiter role where there's a teenage girl and the mother of the girl. And so it isn't like just showing black people as subservient in short tax. It kind of highlights how backwards that town is. Whereas like the only people in that town are subservient that are are black, but an outside towns, they're just people right, but it's still backed up. I mean, centralized stories need to be. We need way more centralized stories of black voices that are just around decoration and especially in that time because we've seen them as made for so long. I feel like I never have gotten to hear those stories and it was it's for such a long time, especially the hell supposed to be surrounded about that whole people. Right? It's called the help in all we do focus on what's her face Emma stone in her curly wig. Really felt like it was like really starring the, what's the opposite of the how they're being served. Because people who live here. On. Well, we just renamed that, yeah, fight broke out between Tom Arnold in Mark Burnett, I'm Tom Arnold is doing his show on vice looking for the hidden Trump tapes and Mark Burnett who was a is a reality producer producer and he like, depending choke tomorrow is the beginning. What What is about. about what I love about is the Alyson Hannigan Buffy the vampire slayer and how I met your mother. She was walking right behind them. It's just like, what is my life? This is why I never go out and like her. She league for reason just cracks me up and Brian Fogel the director of acre risks k..

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"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"No come on an yeah no kobe being here i hope we will get him on oscar sunday i think he's gonna win add there and that was kind of a buzz from everybody in his category you know he's nominated for best animated short and some of the other people who've been working on their films for years and have been there like were were all just here to congratulate kobe bryant so i agree i kinda worked at allfirst yeah the buzz them send your right to beni he's actually the favorite now for basketball so i actually got i just going to link to all those short so i can't wait to die throws i feel for it stuff in the moment copyright technical oppressed answers what it is what once we actually see these were going to be good to go yes or no knows fun day would you about forty five of them including brian fogel who directed a courageous which is you know he says it's not a sports film it's a geopolitical thriller it's available now and that folks have you want to watch it it's you know it's movie starts out he's trying to use steroids to show that you can slide under the radar from the international doping agencies as he's competing in competitive cycling in what ultimately happens is he uncovers that the russians have been supporting athletes using steroids for decades now in olympic competition and that's why you see the russians out of this year's winter olympics he doesn't call a sports movie even though it set in the world of sport so yeah i got to interview him at the luncheon and in last night for a special qna as well as my first lion's den for sinophile so i'll be sharing that with you guys probably next week self yeah yeah big big day i mean i've rachel marcin nominated for cinematography first woman to be nominated in that category for mud bound she's going up against roger deakins who was nominated 14times this year for blade runner and has never won that's an interesting race a lot of people are keeping their eyes on so yeah i.

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"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"No come on an yeah no kobe being here i hope we will get him on oscar sunday i think he's gonna win add there and that was kind of a buzz from everybody in his category you know he's nominated for best animated short and some of the other people who've been working on their films for years and have been there like were were all just here to congratulate kobe bryant so i agree i kinda worked at allfirst yeah the buzz them send your right to beni he's actually the favorite now for basketball so i actually got i just going to link to all those short so i can't wait to die throws i feel for it stuff in the moment copyright technical oppressed answers what it is what once we actually see these were going to be good to go yes or no knows fun day would you about forty five of them including brian fogel who directed a courageous which is you know he says it's not a sports film it's a geopolitical thriller it's available now and that folks have you want to watch it it's you know it's movie starts out he's trying to use steroids to show that you can slide under the radar from the international doping agencies as he's competing in competitive cycling in what ultimately happens is he uncovers that the russians have been supporting athletes using steroids for decades now in olympic competition and that's why you see the russians out of this year's winter olympics he doesn't call a sports movie even though it set in the world of sport so yeah i got to interview him at the luncheon and in last night for a special qna as well as my first lion's den for sinophile so i'll be sharing that with you guys probably next week self yeah yeah big big day i mean i've rachel marcin nominated for cinematography first woman to be nominated in that category for mud bound she's going up against roger deakins who was nominated 14times this year for blade runner and has never won that's an interesting race a lot of people are keeping their eyes on so yeah i.

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"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"No come on an yeah no kobe being here i hope we will get him on oscar sunday i think he's gonna win add there and that was kind of a buzz from everybody in his category you know he's nominated for best animated short and some of the other people who've been working on their films for years and have been there like were were all just here to congratulate kobe bryant so i agree i kinda worked at allfirst yeah the buzz them send your right to beni he's actually the favorite now for basketball so i actually got i just going to link to all those short so i can't wait to die throws i feel for it stuff in the moment copyright technical oppressed answers what it is what once we actually see these were going to be good to go yes or no knows fun day would you about forty five of them including brian fogel who directed a courageous which is you know he says it's not a sports film it's a geopolitical thriller it's available now and that folks have you want to watch it it's you know it's movie starts out he's trying to use steroids to show that you can slide under the radar from the international doping agencies as he's competing in competitive cycling in what ultimately happens is he uncovers that the russians have been supporting athletes using steroids for decades now in olympic competition and that's why you see the russians out of this year's winter olympics he doesn't call a sports movie even though it set in the world of sport so yeah i got to interview him at the luncheon and in last night for a special qna as well as my first lion's den for sinophile so i'll be sharing that with you guys probably next week self yeah yeah big big day i mean i've rachel marcin nominated for cinematography first woman to be nominated in that category for mud bound she's going up against roger deakins who was nominated 14times this year for blade runner and has never won that's an interesting race a lot of people are keeping their eyes on so yeah i.

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"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"No come on an yeah no kobe being here i hope we will get him on oscar sunday i think he's gonna win add there and that was kind of a buzz from everybody in his category you know he's nominated for best animated short and some of the other people who've been working on their films for years and have been there like were were all just here to congratulate kobe bryant so i agree i kinda worked at allfirst yeah the buzz them send your right to beni he's actually the favorite now for basketball so i actually got i just going to link to all those short so i can't wait to die throws i feel for it stuff in the moment copyright technical oppressed answers what it is what once we actually see these were going to be good to go yes or no knows fun day would you about forty five of them including brian fogel who directed a courageous which is you know he says it's not a sports film it's a geopolitical thriller it's available now and that folks have you want to watch it it's you know it's movie starts out he's trying to use steroids to show that you can slide under the radar from the international doping agencies as he's competing in competitive cycling in what ultimately happens is he uncovers that the russians have been supporting athletes using steroids for decades now in olympic competition and that's why you see the russians out of this year's winter olympics he doesn't call a sports movie even though it set in the world of sport so yeah i got to interview him at the luncheon and in last night for a special qna as well as my first lion's den for sinophile so i'll be sharing that with you guys probably next week self yeah yeah big big day i mean i've rachel marcin nominated for cinematography first woman to be nominated in that category for mud bound she's going up against roger deakins who was nominated 14times this year for blade runner and has never won that's an interesting race a lot of people are keeping their eyes on so yeah i.

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"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"No come on an yeah no kobe being here i hope we will get him on oscar sunday i think he's gonna win add there and that was kind of a buzz from everybody in his category you know he's nominated for best animated short and some of the other people who've been working on their films for years and have been there like were were all just here to congratulate kobe bryant so i agree i kinda worked at allfirst yeah the buzz them send your right to beni he's actually the favorite now for basketball so i actually got i just going to link to all those short so i can't wait to die throws i feel for it stuff in the moment copyright technical oppressed answers what it is what once we actually see these were going to be good to go yes or no knows fun day would you about forty five of them including brian fogel who directed a courageous which is you know he says it's not a sports film it's a geopolitical thriller it's available now and that folks have you want to watch it it's you know it's movie starts out he's trying to use steroids to show that you can slide under the radar from the international doping agencies as he's competing in competitive cycling in what ultimately happens is he uncovers that the russians have been supporting athletes using steroids for decades now in olympic competition and that's why you see the russians out of this year's winter olympics he doesn't call a sports movie even though it set in the world of sport so yeah i got to interview him at the luncheon and in last night for a special qna as well as my first lion's den for sinophile so i'll be sharing that with you guys probably next week self yeah yeah big big day i mean i've rachel marcin nominated for cinematography first woman to be nominated in that category for mud bound she's going up against roger deakins who was nominated 14times this year for blade runner and has never won that's an interesting race a lot of people are keeping their eyes on so yeah i.

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"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"No come on an yeah no kobe being here i hope we will get him on oscar sunday i think he's gonna win add there and that was kind of a buzz from everybody in his category you know he's nominated for best animated short and some of the other people who've been working on their films for years and have been there like were were all just here to congratulate kobe bryant so i agree i kinda worked at allfirst yeah the buzz them send your right to beni he's actually the favorite now for basketball so i actually got i just going to link to all those short so i can't wait to die throws i feel for it stuff in the moment copyright technical oppressed answers what it is what once we actually see these were going to be good to go yes or no knows fun day would you about forty five of them including brian fogel who directed a courageous which is you know he says it's not a sports film it's a geopolitical thriller it's available now and that folks have you want to watch it it's you know it's movie starts out he's trying to use steroids to show that you can slide under the radar from the international doping agencies as he's competing in competitive cycling in what ultimately happens is he uncovers that the russians have been supporting athletes using steroids for decades now in olympic competition and that's why you see the russians out of this year's winter olympics he doesn't call a sports movie even though it set in the world of sport so yeah i got to interview him at the luncheon and in last night for a special qna as well as my first lion's den for sinophile so i'll be sharing that with you guys probably next week self yeah yeah big big day i mean i've rachel marcin nominated for cinematography first woman to be nominated in that category for mud bound she's going up against roger deakins who was nominated 14times this year for blade runner and has never won that's an interesting race a lot of people are keeping their eyes on so yeah i.

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"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"No come on an yeah no kobe being here i hope we will get him on oscar sunday i think he's gonna win add there and that was kind of a buzz from everybody in his category you know he's nominated for best animated short and some of the other people who've been working on their films for years and have been there like were were all just here to congratulate kobe bryant so i agree i kinda worked at allfirst yeah the buzz them send your right to beni he's actually the favorite now for basketball so i actually got i just going to link to all those short so i can't wait to die throws i feel for it stuff in the moment copyright technical oppressed answers what it is what once we actually see these were going to be good to go yes or no knows fun day would you about forty five of them including brian fogel who directed a courageous which is you know he says it's not a sports film it's a geopolitical thriller it's available now and that folks have you want to watch it it's you know it's movie starts out he's trying to use steroids to show that you can slide under the radar from the international doping agencies as he's competing in competitive cycling in what ultimately happens is he uncovers that the russians have been supporting athletes using steroids for decades now in olympic competition and that's why you see the russians out of this year's winter olympics he doesn't call a sports movie even though it set in the world of sport so yeah i got to interview him at the luncheon and in last night for a special qna as well as my first lion's den for sinophile so i'll be sharing that with you guys probably next week self yeah yeah big big day i mean i've rachel marcin nominated for cinematography first woman to be nominated in that category for mud bound she's going up against roger deakins who was nominated 14times this year for blade runner and has never won that's an interesting race a lot of people are keeping their eyes on so yeah i.

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"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"No come on an yeah no kobe being here i hope we will get him on oscar sunday i think he's gonna win add there and that was kind of a buzz from everybody in his category you know he's nominated for best animated short and some of the other people who've been working on their films for years and have been there like were were all just here to congratulate kobe bryant so i agree i kinda worked at allfirst yeah the buzz them send your right to beni he's actually the favorite now for basketball so i actually got i just going to link to all those short so i can't wait to die throws i feel for it stuff in the moment copyright technical oppressed answers what it is what once we actually see these were going to be good to go yes or no knows fun day would you about forty five of them including brian fogel who directed a courageous which is you know he says it's not a sports film it's a geopolitical thriller it's available now and that folks have you want to watch it it's you know it's movie starts out he's trying to use steroids to show that you can slide under the radar from the international doping agencies as he's competing in competitive cycling in what ultimately happens is he uncovers that the russians have been supporting athletes using steroids for decades now in olympic competition and that's why you see the russians out of this year's winter olympics he doesn't call a sports movie even though it set in the world of sport so yeah i got to interview him at the luncheon and in last night for a special qna as well as my first lion's den for sinophile so i'll be sharing that with you guys probably next week self yeah yeah big big day i mean i've rachel marcin nominated for cinematography first woman to be nominated in that category for mud bound she's going up against roger deakins who was nominated 14times this year for blade runner and has never won that's an interesting race a lot of people are keeping their eyes on so yeah i.

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"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"No come on an yeah no kobe being here i hope we will get him on oscar sunday i think he's gonna win add there and that was kind of a buzz from everybody in his category you know he's nominated for best animated short and some of the other people who've been working on their films for years and have been there like were were all just here to congratulate kobe bryant so i agree i kinda worked at allfirst yeah the buzz them send your right to beni he's actually the favorite now for basketball so i actually got i just going to link to all those short so i can't wait to die throws i feel for it stuff in the moment copyright technical oppressed answers what it is what once we actually see these were going to be good to go yes or no knows fun day would you about forty five of them including brian fogel who directed a courageous which is you know he says it's not a sports film it's a geopolitical thriller it's available now and that folks have you want to watch it it's you know it's movie starts out he's trying to use steroids to show that you can slide under the radar from the international doping agencies as he's competing in competitive cycling in what ultimately happens is he uncovers that the russians have been supporting athletes using steroids for decades now in olympic competition and that's why you see the russians out of this year's winter olympics he doesn't call a sports movie even though it set in the world of sport so yeah i got to interview him at the luncheon and in last night for a special qna as well as my first lion's den for sinophile so i'll be sharing that with you guys probably next week self yeah yeah big big day i mean i've rachel marcin nominated for cinematography first woman to be nominated in that category for mud bound she's going up against roger deakins who was nominated 14times this year for blade runner and has never won that's an interesting race a lot of people are keeping their eyes on so yeah i.

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"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"No come on an yeah no kobe being here i hope we will get him on oscar sunday i think he's gonna win add there and that was kind of a buzz from everybody in his category you know he's nominated for best animated short and some of the other people who've been working on their films for years and have been there like were were all just here to congratulate kobe bryant so i agree i kinda worked at allfirst yeah the buzz them send your right to beni he's actually the favorite now for basketball so i actually got i just going to link to all those short so i can't wait to die throws i feel for it stuff in the moment copyright technical oppressed answers what it is what once we actually see these were going to be good to go yes or no knows fun day would you about forty five of them including brian fogel who directed a courageous which is you know he says it's not a sports film it's a geopolitical thriller it's available now and that folks have you want to watch it it's you know it's movie starts out he's trying to use steroids to show that you can slide under the radar from the international doping agencies as he's competing in competitive cycling in what ultimately happens is he uncovers that the russians have been supporting athletes using steroids for decades now in olympic competition and that's why you see the russians out of this year's winter olympics he doesn't call a sports movie even though it set in the world of sport so yeah i got to interview him at the luncheon and in last night for a special qna as well as my first lion's den for sinophile so i'll be sharing that with you guys probably next week self yeah yeah big big day i mean i've rachel marcin nominated for cinematography first woman to be nominated in that category for mud bound she's going up against roger deakins who was nominated 14times this year for blade runner and has never won that's an interesting race a lot of people are keeping their eyes on so yeah i.

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"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"No come on an yeah no kobe being here i hope we will get him on oscar sunday i think he's gonna win add there and that was kind of a buzz from everybody in his category you know he's nominated for best animated short and some of the other people who've been working on their films for years and have been there like were were all just here to congratulate kobe bryant so i agree i kinda worked at allfirst yeah the buzz them send your right to beni he's actually the favorite now for basketball so i actually got i just going to link to all those short so i can't wait to die throws i feel for it stuff in the moment copyright technical oppressed answers what it is what once we actually see these were going to be good to go yes or no knows fun day would you about forty five of them including brian fogel who directed a courageous which is you know he says it's not a sports film it's a geopolitical thriller it's available now and that folks have you want to watch it it's you know it's movie starts out he's trying to use steroids to show that you can slide under the radar from the international doping agencies as he's competing in competitive cycling in what ultimately happens is he uncovers that the russians have been supporting athletes using steroids for decades now in olympic competition and that's why you see the russians out of this year's winter olympics he doesn't call a sports movie even though it set in the world of sport so yeah i got to interview him at the luncheon and in last night for a special qna as well as my first lion's den for sinophile so i'll be sharing that with you guys probably next week self yeah yeah big big day i mean i've rachel marcin nominated for cinematography first woman to be nominated in that category for mud bound she's going up against roger deakins who was nominated 14times this year for blade runner and has never won that's an interesting race a lot of people are keeping their eyes on so yeah i.

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"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"brian fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"No come on an yeah no kobe being here i hope we will get him on oscar sunday i think he's gonna win add there and that was kind of a buzz from everybody in his category you know he's nominated for best animated short and some of the other people who've been working on their films for years and have been there like were were all just here to congratulate kobe bryant so i agree i kinda worked at allfirst yeah the buzz them send your right to beni he's actually the favorite now for basketball so i actually got i just going to link to all those short so i can't wait to die throws i feel for it stuff in the moment copyright technical oppressed answers what it is what once we actually see these were going to be good to go yes or no knows fun day would you about forty five of them including brian fogel who directed a courageous which is you know he says it's not a sports film it's a geopolitical thriller it's available now and that folks have you want to watch it it's you know it's movie starts out he's trying to use steroids to show that you can slide under the radar from the international doping agencies as he's competing in competitive cycling in what ultimately happens is he uncovers that the russians have been supporting athletes using steroids for decades now in olympic competition and that's why you see the russians out of this year's winter olympics he doesn't call a sports movie even though it set in the world of sport so yeah i got to interview him at the luncheon and in last night for a special qna as well as my first lion's den for sinophile so i'll be sharing that with you guys probably next week self yeah yeah big big day i mean i've rachel marcin nominated for cinematography first woman to be nominated in that category for mud bound she's going up against roger deakins who was nominated 14times this year for blade runner and has never won that's an interesting race a lot of people are keeping their eyes on so yeah i.

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"brian fogel" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"brian fogel" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"If you look on their website and try to find the paper it's buried it pay and like two hundred publications that they did so so so good at getting stuff out there but the regard study was looking at down uh racial and ethnic risk for stroke and what they found is not a stroke his stroke heart attack and death and it is related to diet him at southern diet that the african american southern meaning the south side of chicago as far as i'm concerned with that's what we are eating there that diet is so damaging that if you could show us fix the nutrition the gap in healthcare disparities would change almost on a dime so there's this documentary it's called aggressive premiered at the sundance film festival this past year two thousand seventeen it was just shortlisted for this year's oscars the academy awards and i saw it on netflixing several months ago and it blew my mind i just couldn't get it out of my awareness of my consciousness if this incredibly powerful gripping expose of russian statesponsored doping in olympic sport that will forever color you're perception of sport of clean support of competition after watching this movie i was determined to get the filmmaker on the podcast to tell me more you gush it all definitely check out this documentary uh and i was able to accomplish that so here is a slice of my conversation from episode 328 of the podcast with idriss director brian fogel.

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"brian fogel" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"brian fogel" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Of exploring how to do that he meets and becomes close friends with gregory rank anc of the head of the russian anti doping laboratory and learns information that rocks the world of sports back in january the film premiered at sundance film festival where it was awarded a special jury prize the orwell award and was acquired by net flicks for five million dollars which is virtually unheard of for a duck it streaming on the service now it subsequently won the critics choice documentary award for best sports documentary and at a one hundred seventy eligible documentary features which chosen by the documentary branch of the academy for the shortlist of fifteen from which five oscar nominees will soon be chosen brian fogel thank you for joining me thanks for having me scott to begin with congratulations on making the short list and i guess a lot of people will be surprised as i was to learn that this was actually your first foray into the world of documentary film making maybe you can explain what preceded it and how it how can belt yes with my first documentary so i've been very humbled by the experience to have such a incredible store we come to me and unfold wall i was filming prior to this i directed a feature comedy prior to that i wrote and costarred in a play called utopia totally unrelated to it kourous but uh it's certainly was a very strong background in in entertainment and certainly in how to make and construct a film it was really a phenomenon offbroadway right yet a ran for three and a half years in new york we had productions of it running all over the country at one time amazing so when online did you get the idea that you might wanna make a documentary in how did you pitched the original idea before all these twists and turns to find financing for you know i i got the idea that i wanted to make a documentary as for me the creative process is one the kind of always hard to manage and less you're the person that is able to actually navigate that and in the format of documentary i saw myself.

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"brian fogel" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"brian fogel" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"The declassified report the release find the cia fbi nsa embiid listed seven reasons as to why they felt that that putin hacked the election of my russia and reason number three was kids up stat were revenge at what he believed was the american involvement in embarrassing russia and the doping scandal caused gregory had come to the us because the department of justice had launched a formal investigation into the russian doping scandal uh rusher putin hugh that as basically pet america uh was working to uh to embarrass russia i'm benjamin with us and this is the law sarah podcast august twelve two thousand seventeen the film it caress by brian so goal is a new net slicks documentary about russian olympic doping and the defection of the chief scientist at russia's antidoping lab unmanned name grigory radchenko us at one level it's a movie about sports and cheating in them by a state actor at another level it's a movie about something that will be very familiar to law fair readers and listeners of this podcast russian tampering with international processes in order to destroy their integrity no the film is not about russian tampering in the us election but people interested in that subject will be interested in this film and seat yuri parallels director brian fogel who did not know when he started working on this movie that it would be a film about international intrigue but thought he was doing a film about self doping joined me this week to discuss the new release it's the law fair podcast episode two hundred forty two brian fogel on edgar us let's start with.

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"brian fogel" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"brian fogel" Discussed on Kickass News

"Brian fogel is the director of a gripping new feature documentary called a caress which recently won awards at the 2017 sundance film festival and sundance film festival london it comes out in select theaters and on netflixing on friday august fourth brian thanks for coming on the podcast thanks for having me ben well this film is completely insane i really enjoyed it but this film just starts off as one thing and gets crazier and darker and more surreal as you get further through the lookingglass with this russian doping scandal but before we even get into all that what was your original idea when you began making this documentary in what was it 2014 uh yeah was 2014 um and the original idea ahead head come from my passion ah my i've had a lifelong passion for cycling um a race spikes actually from timah's twelve toll i was almost twenty and so it's been something that's been a an ongoing part of my life and the idea really came from when lance armstrong confessed uh which was january 2013 an what was startling to me about his confession was not that he had been doping because every buddy of his generation was doping but the fact that he had managed to evade to this day five hundred antidoping tests clean now meaning the hat the science had utterly failed i mean if the most tested athlete on planet earth that been able to get through five hundred antidoping tests i'm going to myself uh what is wrong with this system.

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