18 Burst results for "David Michaud"
"david michaud" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"I think there's guy on the other couch. There it was a heavyweight happy to to make $50,000 a month. So this week in Bellator, musasi is fighting John Salter should be a good fight. Everyone's I'm thinking John Salter, I mean, he's a guy that he's what his last like, nine or ten fights. His only loss was to a guy who they were off the best guy in the world but the guy had the kind of a brain aneurysm. I'm thinking John Salter for the upset, you McCorkle, I'm going to solve things I've ever even. Heard of other guy, gotta go with what I know the same with you. Greg sure where we at. What are we going home? Yeah, one of the one guy is going to be the other guy and nobody's going to go for Bellator. One guy is going to beat the other guy. Wow. Well, I got to look it up now, they'll be find it. Musashi versus John Salter. Oh yeah, yeah, I gotta go with what with Sean's assessment. I've heard of Wisconsin wage. I don't know, it's alter so I don't really know this championship fights. Yeah, he lost half of the bottle. That was a long time ago and then the 4th for that he had lost his in like since 2010. So sounds of wondering that is this week where I mean I'm trying to show time okay I'm going to Rufio thoughts is a great fighter. Him on the show as fighting ma Gomez, Gomez Was Eighteen and one roof eons 15 and one that you defied I like that should be a very good friend. I am in the PFF, Jack's should be a commute that. All right, so and the this week Thursday, All right, you got it. Also on the 13th on Friday. Ray Cooper, the third Hawaiian do to win the million dollars last year, he beat David, Michaud of the final seems to knock everyone out. This guy, it's fighting, Rory MacDonald in the playoffs. Should be a good fight. Rory MacDonald is fucking serial killer, he's ripped. Now, he's got a whole camp with Timmy, come into pfl, unlikely was his first two fights. Now he won his first fight, he lost a second against placement email, but he really won that fight. I don't know what they were thinking, the same thing, but and then also on this card clay-colored, he's the guy that beat Anthony Pettis he's on the card. He Valla, pardon Curtis millender, used to be in the UFC off, so yeah, yeah, this is the fights in both the pfl. The FL has a weird. You know, they have all these like three weeks in a row. They take like three months off and then I play all starts again. They gotta find some kind of orange juice. Right, seems like I think we almost half. I think if they're Fighters a chance to to, to, to heal, you know, cuz they're fighting this tournament style, which means they're locked into the guys that they thought, I think they just gotta give them time, you know. I I don't think they really have a I mean they could force it to be a lot faster, but you end up with guy, you know, having people four different fights left and right. Because then because of the injuries right? B, f l trade, more millionaires, a year than the FCS I guess the craziest thing ever. I don't know. It's true. It's crazy. Yeah. But they also have like six guys in the roster, but, yeah, but you're right. It is crazy also. Randy Couture hopes to pfl, bring down to fight someone night, twenty twenty year. And he's an old-school guy, you know, Randy back of the day was a monster, just.
"david michaud" Discussed on KCRW
"General Motors and the United auto workers have reached a tentative deal that would end the unions month long strike but as Michigan radios Tracy Selten reports union leaders now have to sell the deal to rank and file workers there are a lot of reasons why it will be a good thing if the strike does come to an end Brian Peterson of Anderson economic group says every week the financial costs are mounting we're talking about you know in the neighborhood of one point five billion dollars in lost profits for GM along with bleach losses of eight hundred thirty five million dollars for strikers and automotive supplier workers Peterson says the strike's impact is also being felt by customers people not being able to either get their vehicle repaired or to be able to purchase a vehicle on a dealer lot that they were looking for and so those on the picket line the strike hasn't just hit them in the pocketbook just a Kelly is with local one sixty in Warren Michigan she says it's tough living on the two hundred and fifty dollars a week in strike pay and notes other hardships yeah I would say emotionally installing physically calling details of the tentative contract haven't been released yet but the union and GM started out very far apart on most of the issues GM says its labor costs are higher than any other car company in the US and it needs to rain the man GM's first offer would have required workers to pay a lot more than four percent of their health insurance premiums Kelly says that would be a reason to walk away from the deal if anything with the health insurance or to change you know that is just absolutely unacceptable the two sides also began far apart on an hourly wages and on GM's reliance on temporary workers along with lower wages for recently hired employees Kelly says this contract has to give her colleagues who are temps some hope of getting hired on permanently and she says newly hired workers shouldn't have to wait eight years before making as much as she does this has long been a sticking point with GM which says it needs the flexibility on wages to stay competitive the other big conflict was over plant closings late last year GM announced it was on the allocating two of its plants in Michigan one in Maryland and one in Ohio essentially they've been shut down Kristin the check as an analyst with the center for automotive research so that was a big sticking point about what would become of those four factories in the US and we still don't know because we haven't seen the tentative agreement how they resolve that issue but do you check says most of the strikers understand that any contract involves compromise find out online so long and miss so many paychecks that I think that you know people will still find a way to to ratify it you a W. leaders will present the tentative deal to local presidents and bargaining chiefs tomorrow if they approve it a boat from the rank and file is the next step that could take a week or so the union could choose to send workers back to their plants or keep them on the picket line for NPR news I'm Tracy Sam Walton you're listening to All Things Considered KCRW sponsors include Netflix presenting the king from director David Michaud committee shallow may.
"david michaud" Discussed on KCRW
"R. W. KCRW sponsors included Netflix presenting the came from director David Michaud committee shallow may stars as king Henry the fifth the reluctant heir to the throne forced to navigate politics war and the chaos his father left behind in theaters Friday it is six twenty nine a T. C. R. W. thanks so much for being with us coming up on All Things Considered a conversation with a writer about her latest article in GQ magazine just gonna be on to talk about what you crane is at the center of the impeachment inquiry led by house Democrats other perspective also ahead senator Elizabeth Warren has moved to the front of the democratic primary alongside former vice president Joe Biden but his strong lead with black voters remains a big hurdle for Warren so can she close that gap and if so how is she going to do it state local news coming up at six thirty two how Jews in LA are celebrating young could pour Y. Ellie city accounting for getting rid of some lingering traffic tickets in the fines associated with them and why this may not apply to you after this from NPR live from NPR news in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone house speaker Nancy Pelosi tonight responded to a White House letter refusing to supply documents and witnesses to a democratic impeachment inquiry in a statement the speaker warned it would be quote regarded as further evidence of obstruction several house committees of now subpoenaed US ambassador Gordon Sandlin NPR's cloudy occur solace explains why the house intelligence foreign affairs an oversight committees will subpoena saw online for his testimony and documents someone is the ambassador to the European Union he was party to text messages released to the panel the White House and state department blocked his testimony before the intelligence committee this morning chairman Adam Schiff says the move is considered strong evidence in their obstruction investigation the committee is investigating claims from pressured the Ukrainian president to interfere in the twenty twenty elections in exchange for US military aid cloudy solace NPR news Washington Senate Democrats are demanding the US department of education live up to the promises of its public service loan forgiveness program and P. R.'s Corey Turner reports this expansion was supposed to help borrowers who'd been left out of the original program which promises student loan forgiveness after a decade of public service but a recent report from the government accountability office found several big problems ninety nine percent of applicants were being denied and the vast majority of those were because of the paper work misunderstanding more than two dozen Democrats signed the letter including democratic leader Chuck Schumer and presidential hopefuls Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and they're demanding that the department comply with the GAO recommendations and give Congress a plan to show exactly what it intends to do to fix the program Cory Turner NPR news Wall Street at the close the Dow was off three hundred and thirteen points this is NPR news and this is Casey aren't news on.
"david michaud" Discussed on KCRW
"Never going to get everything's fine for me I mean it doesn't get to have a restaurant because I don't forgive them ultimately it may be the market that decides hello is new restaurant is still struggling but things are slowly picking up one customer rocks a cruise so she wouldn't be here when it opened now she's here with a party of ten but I guess just time you just get used to the idea that there's enough bad behavior around that you kind of can't avoid it and besides cruise says I mean like you made a good call with the one dollar oysters are eight like but while she's hearing during dinner cruise says she's glad that others are keeping the pressure on you know what them protesting in picketing is probably why he's acting good so like good on them for saying like no they're not going to support this business like if women and said anything would he be out here trying to do this I mean maybe even maybe not hello well meanwhile continues to try to head hoping his journey serves as both a cautionary tale and a road map some will always be against a road to redemption he says but it has to be a possibility if for no other reason than to keep guys like him trying to get there tovia Smith NPR news this is NPR news KCRW sponsors included Netflix presenting the came from director David Michaud committee Salameh A. stars as king Henry the fifth the reluctant heir to the.
"david michaud" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Christopher marcus stephen mcfeely about captain america. We have alan silvestri talking about how he put together. Last score we stop the port saint helens <hes> we also talked to who else kevin feige viewing guide. There's tons and tons and tons of stuff in there <hes> but there's other content as well just in case you don't you're not entirely vendors games but if you lar- it's indispensable it is a must have thing there's things in there including the ranking which is where we discuss and we we list. I films empirically and finally we got around to doing the m._c. You and not getting it took. Four hours and two were six of us. One room took four hours to to rank the m._c. and that will be going up. I realize that i may have been slightly tardy with getting some episodes of ranking up. Recently you mean the ones we recorded last summer more than orange up yet. I mean it's just i'm a busy guy. I've got a lot of stuff on my plate so that will going up and it'll be going up bravery soon into parts. See don't have to set aside a big four hour chunk of the day <hes> julia stiles as pint of milk. We also spoke to david michaud about his his new film the caine we spoke to greta gerwig about little women. We have the first look at taika. Y._t._d.'s hitler in joe joe rabbits. What are we spent. Hitler in. The suicide. Squad honestly wouldn't put it. I james gunn at all but <hes> that's it. That's the issue. It's a cracking issue. Genuinely won the best issues. We've done a longtime not designed. The other ones were crap now they weren't it's even if i'm honest we refunded in chris this one ninety seven percents commitment all the way so this is really really great stuff less less than deadpool so picking up right now in all good and even use agents and online as well. If you want to read a digitally but why would you just read it. Yeah listen listen to laugh four gustaf and also while we're doing some shameless plugs. I should plug the empire podcast tour as well <hes> we we starts next week. We should probably you pat yet. Luckily most of these shows were going up up and down in the same day so we don't have to pack but <hes> or prepare or anything but <hes> we start in london next week. Next saturday at kings is place in london's going to be a lot of fun. We have <hes>. I believe we've just confirmed the second gassed. We have to cracking guests for that. I'm not gonna reveal who they are. That's kind of our thing. We don't reveal who are guests are <hes> just in case people draw out last men which has been known to happen <hes> but trust me you want to go along see next as we.
"david michaud" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"We have timmy shallow may as <hes> prince hal fifteenth century monarch with with a attractive east london hipster bolcom and then in the blue corner we have the dauphin of france played by robert pattinson with possibly probably the greatest funny frenchaccent in the history of cinema and a kind of almost cobain ish bleach blonde bob. Do you think that's i coming up of <hes> of the film well. I'm just gonna go right in here and say this is a film. It's really easy to make fun of. I mean i happen to the get slightly. Aware of the fact that it can can present is quite silly when you've got mannered fifteenth century language but i think that it succeeds on a lot of levels i loved it. The castle young i read something <hes> where david michel said had you know people died really young in medieval times we imagine kings is being these kind of older stately men but really king henry the fifth died. He was like thirty five or something. I think so you know when you're looking at these guys. They are just like these young impulsive guys in charge of these vast armies and the other thing that i love about it is how tactile it is. I think the production design the costumes it looks kind of naturalistic in dirty and real and the set piece of the film is the battle of austrian court art and i think that's probably one of my favorite parts like it's the narrative kind of hinges on it kind of builds up to it and it's all kind of set in this muddy field. It's been rainy night and the english are really outnumbered by the dolphins army and they manage to use the mud to their tactical advantage. Two men are grappling appling on the ground and you can't really tell them apart or see anything aside from people drowning in and bleeding in it and it's just got this really awful tactile feel to it. I was watching this in <hes> ever thinking back to the days of my history degree and studying schinkel and the primary sources and talking about all the <hes> the battle tactics six there. I actually think i wrote an essay on long. Bows versus the french crossbows and wide wide along those were so much better because she had the range it kind of goes into some of that those battle tactic details but for me i gotta say i thought shallow maywood was a bit of a bust as a regent. His performance just didn't work. It felt very kind of showy and maybe he was trying a little bit too hard. Maybe so focused too heavily on maintaining his slightly pushing english accent and i totally get you with the aesthetic side and i think the battle scene is interesting and certainly that kind of mass huddle they get into where it's just this of overhead overhead shot worries where the frame is completely filled with bodies for yeah. It just takes a long time to get there and and and a lot of going through this off historical epic cliche ashamed as well such as the big battle speech and the treacherous side players and the the arguments against the evil cleric and it's. I think that's the thing that i didn't do it for me. I wish i had seen the film that robert pattinson was in or thought he was in rather than the film the timothy shallan may he was in which is the film that david michaud does tried to make which is a question of po faced serious historical battle film. I think you were saying yesterday. That use may be a bit more humor in the whole thing yeah. I think there are moments. There's sort of part where the cleric that you mentioned is talking at length about some quite dull political matter and chaumet cuts him off. I can't remember what the line is. It cuts him off and quite a contemporary way as if to say i'm bored and kind of in a way sort of non wink to the audience because going through the procedural roll internal politics of the court is a little bit dull and definitely the film picks up momentum secondhand sure but yeah in terms of humor also i mean the patents in performance is almost camp..
"david michaud" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"Pry picking get a supporting nomination for this huge. He's in that's only bolstered by what looks like a pretty impressive performance in Ayrshire from the trailers yeah absolutely you know and so a lot of a lot of the stuff that is also also playing in Toronto and I think we already kind of did talk about some of those titles <hes> last week but I don't think we talked about. Did we talk about the King David Michaud film with Timothy Savannah's exclusive. I don't think it's on the tip line up at least not yet yeah so that's kind of interesting you know. It's a it's a period piece with Tim. Show I mean more of a period than the nineteen eighties Robert Patterns in it. Michelle has been up and down over the years. I think his last film was war machine with Brad Pitt actually but I loved his you know his first breakthrough feature pitcher in animal kingdom so I don't know I'm I'm curious about that but Burley mostly curious about like the shallow may of it like can he can he can. How does he fare playing King Henry or you know in the Medieval ages well? We all remember at Toronto last year. When he was promoting beautiful boy he had the bull cut that he has for this movie and how Complete Nightmare Shit Shit looked at him so I hope it pays off? He has such beautiful hair Richard. How are you feeling about possibly being one of the few Americans who ever see Roman Polanski's next movie which <hes> he's going to be at Venice but <hes> given the state of his reputation Hollywood may never get released here yeah especially now I mean it's a movie about the Dreyfus affair which like doc? I believe it's the same ripest Julia Louis is a descendant of <hes>. Oh yeah that makes <hes> but <hes> I you know and that topic is interesting. You know Oh that's it's called Jacuzzi. We know that that phrase but like I don't I don't even know if I wanNA see like I don't. I don't really know what the sort of deal is right now with like. Can we separate art from artists. I guess <hes> but like yeah I think Katie you're right that it. There's a there's a strong chance it just never even makes its way across the Atlantic yeah between reviewing that and the joker Moore you might just need to delete your twitter account once you leave reviewing.
"david michaud" Discussed on About Last Night
"I like the idea of like take your time with the show and looking forward to stop and you have binging, look, I'll probably, you know, I got one and a half apps. And by the way, a show to hook you right away. Like I think there's just so much stuff now we're also ADD like this show from the get-go like the first three scenes are just like everything you wanted it. You get enough Clooney, you get into it all the characters, and you get like action. You know what I'm saying? It's really just like, oh man, I have no option but to watch all of this if it wasn't so late, I probably would have. But again, I liked the idea of, like breaking it up, and I'm going to Seattle this week, and I'm looking forward to like having a night when I get home from shows to watch a couple of more, you know what I'm saying that I love. Yeah. It's an easy watch. It's an easy watch. Every episode is like forty to forty five minutes, the writing is, like writing if you're a fan of like Clooney, when he's in those Coen brothers movie where where captured into that, for sure. And tolerable cruelty type writing where it's just Bobo Bobo. And then this shows view, because the writings, really sweet, Luke Davies and David Michaud, who wrote it, Luke Davies wrote lion. So he's nominated guy. Wrote animal kingdom while okay? Ching. The new movie with Timothy shallow may the king. So were like these guys wrote Geely and airbud six and they just somehow. They, they just clicked collect. They were able to adapt going to roll the dice. Just big World War Two buff. That's that's how they got it. Right. Who would have Would've thought? thought they had airbud Nazi Germany waiting in the wings. That just couldn't get people to jump on board and funded vibe does the golden retriever. To be called cans back. How did you how did you get this part? I send in a tape actually, and that's it. Really, I mean I send it to taper one of the characters in it, and the casting director who I hadn't ever met. Rachel tenor, who I? Oh, so much to and Rick Messina the two of them. I'm so grateful to them because I never gone in for an audition with them on tape a mine. They said you know he's this was good. But he's not ready for this, but he might be right for this guy. Yeah. And they have no they don't need to do that. Right. So many people are trying to get a rare show cause was Clooney already attached at this point. Clooney's attached. It shooting in Italy for three and a half months is so who doesn't want to do this? Everybody wants I was praying that I would get this job. Yeah. Any role on the show. And so I sent it another tape and. Yeah. And then her back shortly thereafter, just hear from Clooney or just from the casting, the Cavs, and Greg there, but it's pretty wild because, you know, that it's Clooney who said, this is the guy hit us on often you he's the guy who think he was just sitting there like Clooney and grant. What's this guy's name? Jane, can you bring me in us? Bresso. W. Just always with him. He's. Yeah. He's bringing ops. That coffee. Yeah. Dude, that's crazy. He signed off on you. That's the first sign of like fuck you, right? Like that's you, you put that in the I don't know if you put that on your resume or walk up on stage so that credit. But maybe you, do you signed off on by Clooney. Dude, that guy literally think of somebody more you can't. That's a in the business that you just like one to have a beer with. He's just be in his world. But then also like, have the approval of right. There's nobody cooler than George Clooney. In Tampa fights hip now asked but then you're probably thinking yourself shooting in Italy. We're probably going to go on the weekends to his house on lake. Vice. Okay. I, I brought to suits with me to the on my trip because I'm not that Clooney would be inviting me, something right? I never. You never invited me to come..
"david michaud" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Nine years later is still think kalikim I am, and I that's why I want to keep going. Yes. As long as I can like Betty white a man twenty five years old, her six ample to me of if you stay. I don't even think Hungary's the word for her. I think that if you stay excited, ashen it, and you keep that sort of a child, like traveling in the best way. Excitement that for all that's it all of us. When we see her we. Smile. Yeah. That's the best thing you can hope for at any age, but certainly being older. The fact that everyone loves you and everyone thinks you the greatest thing, and it's because she's so willing she has the old school mentality. First of all, where she's happy to take photos and sign autographs and Harry warm schinder stands that when we meet her, we love her. It's not just a fan, you love her, and she's so generous in that way in how she responds to fans. Yeah but true, you know. But it is that's what you want you want that in os. Reputations go. That's pretty solid. Yeah, we'll miss long as Americans keep offering me work. I'm going to keep doing. Yeah. Kremlin from the sure now you're not supposed to judge a character when you play one. Now I show how, how did you see that woman that matriarch of that horrific family? Well, you know, the, the, the one that's based on this far worse, a realtor loosely based on, on a true story and the woman still around and Chad. I think it was ten sons, but ten different fathers, and she ran, she ran sly grog and prostitution and stand over and drugs. And she was and five six of us UN's died in jail, and she was responsible for a lot of murder. She was, you know, Ma bake ahead, nothing on her. She was really the worst of the worst. So, so it was tricky, I've read quite a bit about sociopaths, which is obviously what she was. And how they don't have a conscience, and how they the way they own people is by seeming pleasant in normal, like it'd Bundy you know. And. They care about how they present themselves, and so on. No. That was a fascinating experience and you so right about. Non judgement. I think that's one of my. Bist at tributes full my work is that I kind of don't, don't make. I mean, certainly there are people, I think who he'd see how we won't go into that. But I I it's not in my nature to judge people for anything other than a delight saves or Motors or people are two children. But fair as far as everything else goes my young. My young friends, always say, to me, the reason we tell you everything is 'cause we know we won't get any judgment, and I think that I'm not saying it's to say a wonderful person, but I think that helps with my work because I am able to assure to make up a person without saying who. Interesting. So the fact that David Michaud who wrote and directed that film was a journalist. Yes. Principal. He was an English major he he in English it to Jerry degree, then he became a film Jones. He and then he edited, a film magazine, and then any sort of wanna make modern films and. And. Get that one out of the park. For debut pretty good. And then how do know how David o Russell came to shoes was was a direct result of animal. He made me I was doing uncle von in New York. And he made me go to Philadelphia to talk to him not toward.
"david michaud" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Steve one project. Why thirty two greatest player in the NHL the worth thirty two ever. Probably Dale hunter only player in H L history to score thousand points pileup over thirty five hundred penalty minutes. Oh, he was dirty and not the way Jimmy's dirty. Welcome to the Steve Warren project, presented by faces magazine. It's our daily podcast about sports. And whatever also sponsored by Jim K Ford where we had last week's live show today with this gust the Leonard game seven vase Urbina that was awesome one of the great moments in Canadian sports history to talk today about parents who complain about the high cost of hockey and the hassle of it. Spoiler alert. You don't have to do it. And Jimmy got the new census in his area. We're going to respectfully wonder about the questionnaire he received the area where it asked about the many options for the gender and sex of the people living in his home. Hope that discussion doesn't get us in trouble. It's all still ahead on the Steve worn project today. Some patriotic shoutouts today before we get started to our new awesome members. David Michaud, Matthew from Blackburn hamlet Dwight Brown, and Jen Jen thirteen thank you so much to all you guys for being. Part of our growing membership. Membership means the shouts like you just heard their monthly Google hangouts invites to live shows we had pizza with some of our members just last week. Best of all your supporting our show, helping keep it on the rails. Long-term? I mean, we're going to do the show long-term. But your support helps us keep rolling with daily shows a show a day during the week, and we simply would not be able to do that. If you guys aren't shipping in on this thing. So we so much. Appreciate that to become a member today. Check out Steve w project dot com. My guest co host is Jim Jerome was back home in at mo-. How you doing Jimmy on top shelf safe? I got lots to talk about from the week. I was in Ottawa and Baltimore here all all bring everyone back to the live podcast. So how you doing? We'll just take this microphone and swallow it and scream a little bit. It was a lot of fun. I'll tell you what Steve though, I didn't bring it up on Friday because I forgot. But don't you know, I drove around that city a couple I used my my sister Megan stayed at her place. Boorda cars got a little golf cart for car house. Very manly via you had going. There was pretty Manley. Yeah. Let's talk about the an a little a lot of people talk about it though. Steve some of the roads that I drove on how bad they are. I mean, I dislodged couple of fucking teeth men from the from the potholes in that joint. Brutal around oughta his brutal. Some of the roads outlet guy. Drove up into my sister lives on Bank street south. And I mean, it's it's well, it's brutal awful the fucking roads fixed there. What is this nineteen thirty? Oh, my God the ice cream riverside in riverside near Mooney's bay. Just disgusting. How bad it is. Like, I know for a fact without any doubt that I'm doing some damage to my vehicle. And I know that some I heard somebody talking one day about how you can actually apply to the city for some kind of I dunno compensation for any damage that city roads cause your vehicle it takes a while takes a long time. They make it happen. But I think there's a way that you can apply for that. And I got to think that that's something that I mean, some of them is so bad. Like, I gotta think some people are going to take advantage of that. They're all. When did they repave the roads with like when we when we what are we start to fix them? Is that what they're supposed to do? Yeah. They have as I saw the mayor tweeden. And he's a prolific tweeter. There's like sixty five hundred kilometers worth of paved roads in the city of Ottawa. So they're trying they're trying to keep up. But they all seem something seems to have happened this particular year where none of the winter very well. Yeah. It's awful. Anyway. Hopefully, they'll get them fixed up. I just I love Tim Hortons. Just did this again. Okay. I've been drinking Tim Horton's coffee, Steve for my whole life, my whole mind as far back as I can remember. And I have I have every day. I haven't every damn one of them out of the house. It's my first shot is over to the Tim Horton's and every day for forty years. I've been doing the same thing. Okay. Get the coffee. I wait until I get my car. Okay. If our drawer, I do a drive through and every single time. So I don't know how many cups of coffee. This is three days or thousand a year. So forty years forty thousand cups of coffee. Okay. I think as the math and every time I do the same thing is I pull the lid off and drips all over my pants every. Because they've overfilled it every time every time I find like I just forget just hold over the floor mat or hold your hands out the window or something. But no, no, no, every time is just craving it. You know? I'm just like, I'm frisky for it. I just pull in sure enough. It all goes all over the place forty thousand Cup Steve forty thousand cups, and I still do it. Yeah. And that would explain how over caffeinated you seem on. Forty thousand this afternoon. The one I don't know if I've talked about this before the one thing that bugs me about the importance through is the and maybe Mickey sound like a bit of a germaphobe how freely they use their, you know, ungloved hands like just take the lid and just smash it onto your coffee Cup like where the most pieces, and it's like, I'm not sure that's the most sanitary thing I've ever seen in my staff to call you on that art, or they'll they certainly haven't perfected the lid with the little peel back portion where right to sip the coffee out of that. Okay. They've never they've never quite found. I don't know the shape of someone's mouth that should maybe be. So you can drink it. Yes. There's there's so many different versions too, depending on the drive through unless my mouth is shaped like a fucking brick. How am I supposed to drink? This. We go to Morton's exactly back to the the live audience recording. We had the other night. How'd you joy that I thought it was great like I thought the members were awesome and a chance to kind of catch up with a lot of the older listeners who listen to us and t- Goran TSN twelve hundred and some new friends as well. And in your case, I think you are primarily focused on listeners of the fair sex, shall we say, yeah, I'm trying to remember Jen, and Heather.
Roma debate involves some hard truths
"Took home three Oscars, but it didn't win the trophy for best picture, and it sure sparked a big debate this award season. The Netflix film directed by Alphonso Cuaron was not embraced by theater owners as well as some academy voters because it landed on the streaming site right around the same time. It was offered to exhibitors it's called a day and date release. Typically theater owners want exclusive rights to a movie for several months before it starts appearing on streaming platforms and on DVD. But now Netflix might be thinking about going back to that traditional release pattern. I spoke with the Hollywood reporter senior film editor Rebecca Keegan about an upcoming net. Flix film directed by Martin Scorsese. The movie is called the Irishman. And she started with what Netflix learned from Roma. Flicks had held fast to this day and date release strategy until this past award season when they. They introduced a very small theatrical window a three week window for Roma in one week windows for a couple of other films. That is not a big enough window that it won them any fans among theater owners who still really see the company has kind of public enemy number one. As do many traditional lists in the business who who feel that the obstacle exhibition is a big part of what makes something a movie. So there are a couple things now that are at stake. There is the question of what filmmakers and filmmakers like Martin Scorsese want in terms of how their films are exhibited. And then there's the whole question of whether or not Netflix failure to be able to release Roma in a material way in theaters hurt its Academy Award chances for best picture. Well, it varies with the filmmaker. Of course. But when you're talking about a director like Martin Scorsese who is ultimately such a traditionalist. You know, he's still shoots movies on film. He is a lover of classic film square. Sese? He feels very strongly that he likes his movies to be seen in a movie theater. And so with filmmaker like this, it's very very important. It was also important to help Alfonso Koran even after he'd won his three Oscars. He talked about the importance of the theatrical exhibition experience, so most of these sort of top tier filmmakers want their movies in theaters, and you have reported as have some other people that the fact that Roma did not have a real theatrical release might have actually irked some Oscar voters, and they penalize the movie by not voting for it for best picture to have that. Right. That's right. I mean, some of the academy members ice spoke to said they deliberately put Roma last on their preferential ballot for best picture because they wanna penalize the business model by which Roma was released. Now, you can sort of take issue with that. But for some of these people, they see Netflix has really an existential. Get and it's not just theater owners. That are a little bit uncomfortable with the Netflix model their people like Steven Spielberg who had an opinion about it. What is Spielberg pushing for? We'll spill Berg has historically objected to net. Flicks. He says that they're movies should win Emmys that they're basically made for television movies. He's now behind the scenes pushing for a rule change at the academy that would require a theatrical release of a certain window four weeks is what I'm hearing from my sources in order for movie to be eligible for an Oscar those currently a rule that was passed in twenty twelve the doesn't require any kind of exclusive theatrical release at all. So the Irishman is obviously a big bet that Netflix has made with Martin Scorsese, but it's not the only name brand filmmaker that they're in business with other other movies where they might be looking at some sort of the ethical release before a movie appears on the streaming service. Yeah, Netflix has a lot of very promise. Saying awards movies in the works. They've got an untitled movie from Noah baumbach movies from a D Reese, Steven Soderbergh. David michaud. I mean, these are filmmakers who have had a lot of awards recognition in the past. And I would expect their movies to be of a particular quality where if Netflix wants to be in the awards game. They will do some version of what they did for Rome. What which is to give a movie a theatrical release of some type. So it's one thing for Netflix to say, we wanna do a theatrical release. It's another thing for Martin Scorsese to say, I want my film to have a theatrical release. What are the theater owners saying because ultimately they get to decide what movies are and are not exhibited in their chains. That's right. And the chains have a lot of power for a release of the type that I am hearing Martin Scorsese wants for the Irishman. You need the chains to buy an AMC regal and the others the chains. Want a couple of things they want Netflix too. Have a much bigger theatrical window than it did with Roma. They also were saying that they will report box office to calm score. Which is the company that we all get our box office information from one of the things that was controversial about the way Netflix handled Romo was that. It did not report box office. And it did not allow the theaters where it was playing to report box office AMC and regal say we don't play that way. If you're showing in our theaters we're going to report box office. And I don't know if it's an insult to people who drink or people who sale, but Netflix has been spending money like drunken, sailors. Is there anything that would prevent them from buying theater chain and just doing a work around where they have their own theaters. And don't have to worry about exhibitors. There was a period where net looks was said to be looking at landmark but last December that chain sold to the Cohen media group. But certainly Netflix has a history of buying what it wants if you look just at the billboards that it bought and you. Used heavily to promote Roma net. Flicks is happy to write a check to solve a problem. Netflix does not only spent a lot of money making the Irishman. But also bought a very prominent ad in the middle of the Academy Awards broadcast. How important was that step? Well, it was definitely an expensive ad if you look at ABC was charging two to three million for thirty seconds spots. That was a sixty seconds spot. And it was definitely the company announcing big broad intentions for this Martin Scorsese movie. So maybe come a year from now we'll be talking about the Irishman either in or out of the Academy Award race. I guess the movie has to be good. I so we'll see what happens there.
"david michaud" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"Today. Merely by existing and revealing to us their pain are challenging us to do the very same. There is an encampment in Minneapolis populated by indigenous people in it's growing, our people have come home and to learn more about Franklin hiawatha encampment, please visit WWW dot Franklin hiawatha camp dot org. It's spelled Franklin as it sounds H. A W A H A C A M P camp dot org. There you go. This. Program is actually. Was written by Dr education. Joe hobo? And I think he's one of the cofounders were one of the. Four runners of getting this this particular program under way. And he's made if. Yep. Yep. In the. Sound sound principles? So. What what I'm sorry when you wrote in part of the article was, you know, common day life, and and in days of old tribal communities. Everybody was taking care of though body was left out. That's exactly right. Abra going to step away from the mic for second. Can you take the next article? Thunder additional. Yeah. Okay. I'll be right back. This next article comes to by law three sixty. And the title is Massachusetts town residents get into being tribes C, which is the big stick DC. Federal judge. Thursday allowed residents of Massachusetts town to innovate end the mashpee tribe suit protesting the US government's decision. Not to hold the land. Not to hold Landon trust excuse me for the tribe. So it could build a casino. Agreeing. They have standing. US district judge. Rosemary, m Collier's minute. Water granted the east Taunton residents while. Fourteen motion to intervene. The tribes action as pushes to build its proposed. First light, Zork sina. The suit takes issue with the department of the interior decision. Saying the tribe doesn't meet the NBN reorganization hacks primary definitions of Indian quote. Meaning tribes under the federal jurisdiction with members who land on a reservation in nineteen thirty four and therefore the deal, I will not hold land in trust for it. Well, that was a male and they're coughing. Residents twenty five plaintiffs including David Michaud Littlefield at east Taunton had won a July twenty sixteen Massachusetts district court decision in little field versus US department of the interior which found that the secretary of the interior lacked authority on of the I R A's second definition to take land into trust for the tribe. Second definition compasses all people who are descendants of the try of tribe members excuse me who on June first nineteen thirty four resided within the present boundaries of Indian reservation in their motion to intervene. The little feels plaintiffs that little field plants excuse me, oppose the mashpee womp, annoying attempt to put hundred fifty one acres in east, Tom. Into trust saying the tribe intends to construct operate a billion dollar loss. Vegas-style Sinoe resort. That's a quote on the land. The residents still involved in their own litigation against the deal, which is now. At the first circuit. Okay. May I comment? Please. All right. Racism, straight up. Where were these people? When the Springfield mass casino was built which is not native owned. In operation as we speak. Who knows okay? Second point is in their backyard. I guess they didn't care. Let's let's look at that piece of that too showy. What are the most famous land into trust lawsuits? Was my own. And. That was also where the first anti casino. Group was formed under a gentleman by the name of Jeff Benedict. And the rest of the country aids Benedict. The rest of the country because of change. Because the people felt the private landowners felt that they were not being heard petitioned through lobbyists federal government to make a change. And that they would now have a voice and be included in the land into trust process.
"david michaud" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Me in the studio to talk about his latest work. Stop and search is playwright Gabriel by the mercy. We also welcome back critic Maryann Johanson before we hear from Kevin nightly. Can I ask you both in light of injury Selbe playing an animal, and this is our Facebook question to the your favorite actor in an animal role. Marianna I'll come to you. I it's really tough because with the rise of animated cartoons. There's so many good choices are. But I think I'm gonna go with Eddie Murphy as donkey in Shrek interesting because I think we got for you those on Facebook as well, any any particular reason, why the donkey spoke to you this is so lively and repressive, he's just a fun character and Eddie Murphy's brilliant. Excellent. Gabriel was about we'll give that interests Elbert voiced shit. Come in the remake of the jungle book, I have to say much as I enjoyed that. The original George Saunders is the voice of the British Raj. Majestic collusive malevolent. I thought that was irreplaceable. You were almost doing an all do. For a voiceover yourself there. And we thoroughly enjoyed it. One of the baboons. Keira Knightley first then star of many historical trauma, and her new movie collect is about the iconic French author Sidney Gabrielle Colette the film set at the turn of the twentieth. Century tells the story of a woman from a simple rural background who is a wonderful writer, but has to hide that in a voice and talent Colette. Mary's a charismatic and dominant Peruvian writer who's known as Willie played by Dominic west and Willie takes the credit for her first four novels. The film is about Colette claiming her voice and stepping out from behind the shutters of a man, his ecliptic give you a sense of the film. We need. Another writer with what not even making a thousand this month. I've got three hundred from the echo four twenty-five Malaysia's bump novel and just to fifty from the music reviews. He doesn't even cover the outgoing spent so much money mortgage. Mathilde restaurants, always pick up the Bill will no matter how many people join us. It's expected on and the races and the casino du monk repes-. No. I'm just saying we could economize you. You could write what those stores you told me of San Severo last year my school story. Yes. That could be well his next novel. Karen, nightly spoke to the BBC's Edith Bowman and told her what attracted her to the role of Colette. I'd heard of her because my mom had been. He's a writer had been hugely influenced by I'd actually only read two of her novels. Yes. Cherie in the last two Cherie, which if you haven't read you should totally read 'cause they're peaceful novels, but I need nothing about her life up taking nothing about this first marriage. So I just got description for oh, it's really interesting when you get a period film, and you think well, this feels so modern, you know, it's talking about gender, politics and such. Politics, and everything that is still very relevant today. And we're still trying to figure out, but it was set one hundred years ago. Plus, there's a celebrity couple aspect to it 'cause Colette and Willie were very much the pinnacle of Parisian society, which at that point was culturally, the center of the world, and they were this celebrity couple that I mean ended up selling soap and selling. I mean, everything that you sort of imagine from a celebrity couple today with Instagram selling wherever they compare. Violent couple of. Kind of is. Sort of left that because it's something that you totally think is such a modern phenomenon. Yeah. And actually isn't a tool I think people would assume that he kind of took everything from heart and go everything from her. She very much to Kalat from him as well. I think she was very clever woman. I don't know if she would've been what she became without him. Eventually, it was a relationship that didn't work and she gets out. But actually, you know at the beginning she is helped by she was edited by him. He gave her a kind of entrance into a society that was sort of beyond imagination. Yeah. We've all had relationships that haven't worked. But there's been moments where they've been amazing. And I think as far as my playing with Dominic west who plays Willie to understand why they were together to understand why they were amazing when they were amazing. And then you have to be on her side to say need to get out of this relationships, a complex beasts they and that's what I loved about. This film was it dealt with the complexity that it wasn't simply one just taking from the other that there was some give and take. But essentially she needed to get out, and she did and one person that encouraged to do that with her mother. I almost feel that there's another film. There is another film, and that we were desperate to get more of that relationship into the film, and it sort of you feel like with collects life. If you do you read any biography about correct, you could make a whole crowd like series about and particularly because the mother was not what you imagine a mother of that period to be she always felt that her daughter was genius. She always knew her husband was using her. And she was the first one. So you need to divorce him. And that's not what you imagine. A woman of. Over one hundred years ago and say she absolutely adored had gender non conforming lover. She loved Missy. And she wanted her to go off with her anything. Wow. That's a really this is an interesting woman. What do you form a decision on? What makes you say? Yes to do. What makes you see? Yes. The next product. It's pre- instant in fact, as if I have to think about it, then it's no. But ultimately on the story. I know exactly when I found out. I just never know what I'm looking for quite tricky. It's a physical reactions reaction. Yes. Like, an absolute. Yes. Karen, nightly and colitis probably on a big screen somewhere near you. My guests on today's our playwright Gabriel Fatima and film critic, Mary and Johansen. Well, we heard care not talking about collects mother Marianne. Let's talk about mothers on film. Sally. Is this an unusual thing to see? Well, especially the fact that both the present and cure nightly focused in on this mother role. Well, it's really unusual. There are plenty of films about mothers and mothers and daughters. But there are almost none that I can think of that are about mothers of artistic or creative daughters movies about artists. We hardly ever see particularly their childhood where presumably their environment growing up and the influence of their parent. Particularly the mother must. Have a huge influence on creating a creative child. The something we hardly ever see depicted onscreen, and it's actually in the big interactions with Colette and her mother in the film are much later in her life when it's really about her encouraging her in her relationship, which is important too. But it's it's less about the work, except in the sense of she should go out and do the work and claim her name for herself. I mean, the the thing that we tend to see a lot of is dysfunctional relationships. I always thinking of Carrie Fisher and her mother of postcards from the edge. And that was fraud. Wasn't it? Yeah. That makes better viewing on some level. It's a lot more dramatic, and we want drop how sure way Gabriel tell me about the importance of mothers in the creation of an artist. What was yours like among was lovely. She was an Irish woman and she loved watching American films and so much of my childhood in the sixties and early seventies was spent on Saturday afternoons watching could a wide range of American films that will come on television. And. Remember that? There was a difference between us I kinda felt manipulated by films in complained fissiparous. And she said, you're not getting it. And so after world I can have stopped and tried to get hurt take on these films. And actually, she wasn't following the standard Hollywood kind of identify with the hero overcome obstacle and become this kind of successful American model person. She was looking at edges of the films of lightened shade moments of feeding and she would speak with me afterwards is the light was going down. We've never turn the light on afterwards. Once we turn the television off, and they're in the dog, it was acclaimed of breathing between us the breathing engagement of storytelling and of analysis was between. My mother remain. I suppose really made me the kind of storyteller the. Yeah. Definite. And the poet. You're listening to the answer on the BBC World Service. If you asked me he was the most talked about young actor of the last eighteen months, there's only one name Timothy Shalimar. He's the twenty two year old New Yorker who starred in last year's call me by your name and can currently be seen in the incredibly powerful film. Beautiful. Boy, it tells the real life story of a family struggling to help that addict son and the sons agonizing journey through addiction and sobriety an addiction. Again, you get the idea. Beautiful boy is based on two books. The first beautiful boy a father's journey through. His sons addiction was written by the journalist, David Sheff and the second tweak growing up on methamphetamines was written by his son. Nick chef Steve Carell plays the father Timothy plays. Nick, the BBC's Antonio quick asked the actor how he approached the role was human in my experience with him in real life is full of light. It has an incredible sense of humor. And it's joyous as well as a lot of other stuff. But I felt there's a stereotype a misconception about addiction and drugs so much what the movie gets at that. It's other or that he can't affect you can't affect your family when the reality is is very human disease. It doesn't discriminate more time. I spent visiting rehabs more time, I spent visiting meetings more, I realized oh, this is everywhere. And I don't mean that in a stark way either. But sometimes you go to meetings or any other programs people have years of sobriety. And they're not gonna fairs that are presented in pop culture. But rather he's uplifting moments where people are filled with gratitude that they're saving their lives. There are some scenes when you're re very very high. Indeed. Well, I think it's the job any actor. I mean for playing substance use you I don't know what the part of like acting school or something. And I know they're sequences movie worm higher methamphetamine or high on heroin, and those are obviously two different highs. And I was fortunate enough to. Have people to talk to you there you've gone through this. A drug adviser onset to make sure everything looked right. You know, some of the best scenes of the scenes when you're pretending not to be high. And I wondered because some of that is very subtle. And how you gauge that. I mean, do you watch yourself back? What's happening? I mean, I'm really grateful that those scenes work for you. But I think it's less me going to the monitor recalculating what I'm doing which is I've seen actors be able to do that. But that's really not my MO, basically, like the trial out of stuff. I just like to see how things play out if things feel unnatural maybe the energy that have a room or maybe there's too much energy maybe to performance, and it's good to recalculate or sometimes literally look at the monitor. But generally, I like to know give whatever the honest take is in that moment. And if trust your director like you can try stuff knowing you can be bad. And if it's bad it won't won't make it to the movie, I can do research and do research. Kim. You think that you have this under control? I understand how scared you are interesting. Why do things it doesn't make me any different or a I'm attract craziness, and you're just embarrassed. Because I was like this amazing thing like your special Chretien or something. And you don't like Quiambao now war, you, Nick. Here. This is who I am. We're all Joaquin Phoenix quota like elaborates matters interested in wearing different scarves. It's less. Like, ooh. How can I make myself on recognizable to people and make choices? They're smart and rather like present reality of the human condition. And I think it's more learned from me as an actor. Like, I watched like when I did homeland when I was sixteen I believe in which were performing I was literally at the time still projecting and being very big. And I feel like it's a hard thing to do. We you're coming in as a day player in a movie even beautiful egg to be one of the lead. So you get a little bit of wiggle room to be yourself to be bad. Call me by your name oversee was absolutely huge hit. What happens then do truckloads of scripts arrive dwelled is your voice to what happens. Well, I think the best thing for me was going to work on Henry the fifth right away. And it's called the king and David Michaud directed it. And I started that basically a week after the Oscars last year. And was basically in England almost immediately and you'll playing the king. Yeah. I'm playing Henry the fifth the prints, I guess at first and with an English accent with an English accent Timothy Chaumet talking about beautiful boy and his working methods takes off seriously doesn't he in the studio with me today?.
"david michaud" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"Although I do think shall amaze performances. Amazing in case. There was any doubt. He's a good actor. I think this will put any not that there should be any doubt. But he really elevates. What's there? And I don't think what's there is like you said I thought it was repetitive. And it's just a study in misery. And I gotta tell you as much as I do admire Steve Carell from what he's done in terms of stretching. I don't this was a good performance. I just don't think that I don't think the character suited his range limited after all which is perfectly fair. But. It's just didn't think it was his strongest. We went from like to do eleven. Yeah. Again. It was repetitive. And it was cyclical, and it's just it's just watching very difficult situation kind of cycle cycle through. And you know, the filmmaker tries to kind of. Earn interest by scrambling the timeframe and doing lots of kind of visually pretty things. But it doesn't really do anything to change the fact that this is just a, you know, it's it's it's a story we all know way to Americans no way too. Well, but it just didn't offering thing new, and honestly, I don't wanna give anything away. But the fact that that that the young man did write a memoir should tell you something. Which is good news. But I wanted a little bit more about how he you know, or why just like what? Yeah. I just needed some more other than just watching it happen. I needed more insights into what were what were the motivating factors both in terms of the addiction. And ultimately, you know, maybe getting free of it. You know? So I just yeah. I wanted more. I since we're going there. I was thinking will he turned his sons pain into copy? Well. Yeah. How the sun felt about you know. Well, yeah. I mean, I do think there's an interesting sort of subtext of the whole thing, which is that this dad, you know, he was a writer for Rolling Stone. He's hip you can tell that he raised his kid to be cool. You know, it's like you're going to know all the right music, and you're going to have all the right taste and all the right things and part of the part of his reaction to the diction is wait a minute. This isn't the script. You weren't supposed to do. This pot is okay. I did drugs. I'm hip, I'm cool. But this is this is going you can tell he's been projecting his own ego onto this kid all his life. And that's part of the issue. And I did think that was an interesting sub theme. You know, I thought that was really fascinating. Because I think we all tend to do that with parenting. Well, as not a parent, but I would think. Yeah. Like, I'm gonna make you be the cooler version of myself. I'm such a cool dad mom that you won't possibly perfect for you. Screw me over, you know. So I. I loved that part. Like, I thought that actually, but they didn't really I almost felt like it was accidental. You know, like they didn't really delve into it with any kind of just I would not work. I wouldn't either arch by the way Timothy shallow may just to give you an update on what's coming out for him next. Yeah. The king he plays. King. Henry the fifth. Oh, David Michaud. If i'm. Then and this is next year. Then Little Women directed by Greta gerwig. Oh, good. And then this is not they've concluded principal Tigra in this. But a rainy day in New York directed by Allen apparently shelved show. That's last. I heard was that they are not going to be releasing that? Well, there you go. But if you're at you know, what really termi not turn me around on him. I thought I've always thought he was gifted..
"david michaud" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"And part of the part of his reaction to the diction is wait a minute. This isn't the script, you know you're supposed to do this dabbling potus. Okay. I did drugs. I'm hip. I'm cool. But this is this is going. You can tell he's been projecting his own ego onto this kid, his life, and that's part of the issue. And I did think that was an interesting sub theme. You know, I thought that was really fascinating because I think we all tend to do that. With parenting? Well, as not a parent, but I would think, yeah, like I'm gonna make you be the cooler version of myself. I'm such a cool dad mom that you won't possibly perfect for you screw me over, you know. So I loved that part like I thought that actually, but they didn't really. I almost felt like it was accidental. You know, like they didn't really dove into it with any kind of just I would not work. I wouldn't either arch by the way Timothy shallow may just to give you an update on what's coming out for him next. Yeah, the king he plays king Henry the fifth, David Michaud if I'm. Then, and this is next year then Little Women directed by Greta gerwig. Oh, good. And then this is not they've concluded principal photography in this, but a rainy day in New York directed by Allen apparently shelved show. That's last I heard was that they are not going to be releasing that. Well, there you go, but if you're at, you know what really termi not turn me around on him. I thought I've always thought he was gifted, but there was, I think we talked about this on an earlier pod was there's a little movie called miss Stevens that I think is available on streaming, check it out on Amazon and or net flicks if you can. It's called miss Stevens with lily Rabe who I think is fantastic. I wanna see her more often. She plays a high school drama teacher who takes a troupe of her kids to a drama competition and Timothy Shalam is one of these kids and his performance within the performance is one of the best things I've ever saw. It is really amazing. I've read about. To get the shirt ever did. It says I'm looking here on a limited release in September of two thousand sixteen definitely available on check it out. It's a really neat little movie and he is he is superb. Dow two things. I was gone two weeks longer. It really does. Part of my plan. You can't miss me if I don't go. No, no. And I started talking about a star is born all month before it opened, and because I had the wonderful experience that screening where George Stevens junior interviewed Bradley Cooper afterwards and George was just snowed. I think by the old school techniques of star is born. And then of course, I heard your podcast talking and talking and talking about it, and it seems to have hit a nerve that that story seems to risen, seem skeptical though. I love the old school touches. I loved lady Gaga who is so fascinating. And so a charismatic and I love the closeups of the of the story..
"david michaud" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Be multidimensional person yet, which is totally understandable. He's new gang of young men with perfect personalities, but to talk about the movie that they're filming, which was actually funny and a little who, okay, got her in a new movie called the king, which is I love this. An upcoming British American Australian epic, historical drama film directed by a French person. David Michaud from a screenplay by an apparel trillion trillion. It's a British American Australian epic drama film about Elvis, but it's not. I was like, oh, is this about Elvis? I swear to God. I a hundred percent thought was about until just now. Yes until just now until I read this story. Lindsay, it's based on three Shakespeare plays. It's so okay, we get it three. Oh, was one not enough? Three Joel days on it's based on Henry. The fifth Henry, the fourth part, two hundred. The fourth part to Ozark part one entered the fourth part two and Henry the fifth, so. Okay, so it's the same guy. Same place equals. Yeah, I guess because Timothy shell as king Henry the fifth. But I guess young Henry the fifth, and then Ben Mendelsohn is Henry the fourth. So I guess Robert Pattinson rar pences the dough for. The dough Fe, Louis, Duke of Jian well that. Okay, great, fine. Let's move on speaking of a movie that I will want to see a boy whose personality is good next call. I'm sure you already heard about this, but your boy in full Elgort was recently cast. I feel bird for lead and his adaptation of west side story. I know you just must be thrilled and just filled with warmth. Enjoy upon hearing this news also as I was texting my friends this, I realized that my I was keyboard didn't automatically underline Ansel's name with a hyperlink meaning that he's still a who, I guess, despite all of the real good, he's done for the artistic community. Okay. 'cause going medicine, love you. Bane will starring role in Steven Spielberg's. Remake of west side story, pull Ansel Elgort out of who them. Yeah, absolutely. Rag him. God. I'm so happy for him. I almost screamed because I definitely did say that Gaga should be in a star is born. And I definitely did say that Ansel l. gorgeous during west side story. I don't know if I said it on this podcast, but I said it in private conversations. I'm not. I'm not as impressed by us for the for the Gaga thing as as as caller seem to because we get a lot of calls. Rumored. He was a photo of Bradley kuprin lady Gaga dinner together. And all Bradley, Cooper news for like years is about how badly wanted to remake stars born like it was pretty obvious now. I mean, we weren't like real like now, and it's all got to me is like Streisand to sometimes. So for me, it was like very obvious like the look, the feel the premonition I was like, it's definitely happening Gaga. Icon of our lives. My God don't even get me started about Barbara's new single. I won't. It's bad. I don't wanna talk about it purple. She's in a well. She's called walls. Okay. But back to Ansel Elgort I knew this was happening because Steven Spielberg put out the open call like on Twitter and social and whatever. He's like actually auditioning and apparently had was having a really hard time finding people. It's surprising to me that he was like open call, but then like just went to answer l. Gort or whatever. Got on a Vespa and like showed up to his almost like, hey, it's me. It was happening Violette like hanging on him. I mean, it's like it's kind of an obvious choice. Like I just really is just the right age. It's the right time in his career. He can sing. He condense that's proven. He has arisen and charm Sharman talent. I love that's proven. He really is. It's really good question. I know grand casting. Okay. But let's but let's not forget Ansel's. Perfect. But they're also casting like Latina and Latino. I know people for the roles of like Maria and all you know, you're not going to know. So they're, they're very specifically doing that. So like we need to make sure that he is eat. He's matched up to..
"david michaud" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe
"Zero eight, zero zero. And of course you know, even if I'm talking, I would expect you to call in because this is a very important period of time for Hawaii public radio. Now, joining me in the studio is Shane Essel Stein, and he's from the DO Dealey. He's also from co dot org, also from e icon and a whole bunch of. Other things, and it's here to tell us about the computer science teachers association meet up, which is coming up in October. Welcome to the show, Shane. Thank you, Bert. Thanks again, you know, it's always fun to have you on. And I really look forward to the beat ups because not only do you have food, but there's some always some interesting conversation going on, but Shane, you know, since last meeting you've been pretty busy. Yeah, things have been pretty crazy this summer. You know, we've had a lot going on. We've got a lot of things we've been working on. You know, we're getting ready for a big event. This December we have our meet up coming up, which is actually would be talking about that me that the summer while into the summit. So she has summit. So. Tell us a little bit about the summit. So is that now you usually have, you know, let's see every quarter. So there's a CS TA Mita yes, right now is this summit something different? Absolutely, yes. So the meet ups are kind of, you know, once a quarter of a few months, we'll get together. We'll get some some poop UIs and some that working and talk, and we get about thirty thirty five people to come in k. to twenty two college. And so we're going to plan on doing a December's. We've got a grant and we want to put on the grandest actually put on a computer science community event. So what we're doing is we're going to host city Alani. You lies been gracious enough to host it for us. We're going to invite one hundred teachers and we're going to provide them with some computer science focused PD opportunity. So they'll PD being. Program development? Yeah, professional professionals. So we're gonna have some speakers who can have a panelist. We're gonna bunch panelists. The college board we've heard is just recently agreed to come come by to Hawaii and talk about the CSAP and the exams and things like that. So the summit is the one that's happening in December? Yes, but there's a meet up happening as Tober. Yeah, so that start with the Tobin, what's what's planned for the pct meter. So the Tober meet up. We'll go over some of the national stuff we are. We're gonna talk about local advocacy updates in have David Michaud from white kids can come in and talk about some of that stuff we're gonna do are we're gonna lay out some professional development planning for the next year and what what our members want to have. What do they need to see? Right? We we're a member or a group that just is for members. We want our members tell us what they need. We'll try to provide that for them. And then of course, we're gonna talk about planning some of the decisions to make for the actual ceus summit. So the the meet up is actually kind of maybe. Little pre planning session to get started on the December event obsolete. Now, in terms of the the event on October working, people go to actually check that out. All right. Well, if they want to come along, they can. They can come in RSVP at bit dot Li slash ceus teak. I'll cops are s VP. Okay. They consign up there and listen other coming. No, that's a now in terms of the the actual summit event, what do you want to accomplish in that you have one hundred. Some odd teachers attending. What do you wanna see as a result of that event? Well, one of the things were focused on, is there a lot of Ed Ed tech type of conferences here in Hawaii, and so none of them strictly focus on computer science and with computer science standards, just being approved. We have a lot of momentum right now going for computer science on a show support for those teachers that are teaching it or want to be teaching and what what we provide them with. So we're going to have some vendors. Gonna have actual teachers who teach computer science running sessions where they talk about at a high school level..
"david michaud" Discussed on Kickass News
"At the stories core is brad pitt's slight take on the successful careers matic fourstar general loosely based on stanley mcchrystal who leaped in like a rock star to command coalition forces in afghanistan only to be taken down by his own hubris and a journalists noholdsbarred expose its written and directed by my guest today australian filmaker david muir show mitsios debut feature film was the criticallyacclaimed crime drama animal kingdom which won the world cinema grand jury prize at the twenty ten sundance film festival and went on to win ten australian film institute awards including best film best direction and best original screenplay animal kingdom was also named best first film by the new york film critics circle and earned academy award and golden globe nominations for best supporting actress jackie weaver miss shoko wrote the feature film hessischer storing joseph gordon levitt an natalie portman which also debuted at the twenty ten sundance festival and he wrote and directed the rover starring guy pearson robert pattison which screened as an official selection of the twenty fourteen cannes film festival today david michaud we'll talk about adapting michael hastings book the operators for the screen his decision to fictionalized the character based on general stanley mcchrystal and how the war machine itself becomes a character in his film he'll discuss the flawed thinking behind counterinsurgency the irony of trying to win over the hearts and minds of the same people you're shooting at and the danger of leaders making decisions within a bubble plus we talk about sir ben kingsley foppish portrayal of hamid karzai brad pitt's power walk and why no grows cotton in afghanistan coming up with filmmaker david muir show in just a moment.