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Fresh "Director" from All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:39 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh "Director" from All Things Considered

"Key one had to do with a mailbox that Amazon had asked the postal service to install the vote on unionization was held by mail because of the pandemic Of course And Amazon had facilitated this mailbox to be set up right outside the warehouse and it was under an Amazon brand at ten the company argued that it was for convenience but workers justified to federal officials that they felt intimidated they felt surveilled Regional director and has now ruled that that mailbox did create a perception that it was Amazon who controlled the casting of the ballots rather than the federal officials which was a quote calculated attempt to influence the vote I do need to note here Amazon has fended off all unionization efforts in the U.S. so far why would this be different That's a huge question That's kind of what Amazon actually said in a statement today sort of arguing that unions are not right for its workers The organizers of course are feeling victorious They're feeling like they're pushing ahead to a new opportunity in your chance A few weeks ago I talked to Perry Connelly who is one of the pro union workers at the bessemer warehouse He said he felt really positive about the second attempt Only because a lot of the people that either didn't vote the first time or voted no the first time have said that they made a mistake and they were vote the second time Amazon is expected to appeal this call for a new election And what would it mean for Amazon If this union drive succeeds It would mean a huge deal unions have long waited for a breakthrough at Amazon It's now the second largest private employer in the U.S. with almost a million workers This comes at a time of a big groundswell of union activity with seam lots of strikes and walkouts in the past few months a notable organizing drive is actually happening in upstate New York right.

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Bob Dylan artwork show opens in Miami, new cinema paintings

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Bob Dylan artwork show opens in Miami, new cinema paintings

"Bob Dylan's artwork goes on display on Tuesday in Miami at the Patricia and Phillip frost art museum as art Basel Miami kicks off you know it's views it but do you know his artwork it's the most comprehensive exhibition of Bob Dylan's visual art to be held in the U. S. as frost art museum director Jordana Pomeroy touristic that he's eighty years old and ready to be recognized in this new way into this new land the exhibition includes more than a hundred and eighty acrylics watercolors drawings and ironwork sculptures the show runs through April seventeenth I'm Julie Walker

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Fresh update on "director" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "director" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Three hours after school dismissal times Driving us a privilege These cars are thousands of pounds when they get moving their deadly weapons So we have to treat them like that Megan clarity WTO P news Howard county will have a new police chief starting the first of the year naming someone with a long career in the community Greg dirt served 18 years with Howard county police as a patrol officer student resource officer hostage negotiator detective and fire and explosives investigator And personally invested in the success of our agency and I know what our citizens rightfully expect of us Dirt comes out of retirement to succeed chiefly some Myers the first African American and first woman to serve as can a police chief It will be my responsibility to earn the trust of the officers and citizens of Howard county Durham county executive Calvin ball for his confidence and says he'll listen hard to gain the confidence of the community and men and women of the department Neal law it can stay up Check sports next 5 44 Here's cheek Kang the deputy director for operations in the cybersecurity division of the office of the chief information officer at the national oceanic and atmospheric administration on practical approaches to achieving zero trust between user endpoints and cloud resources sponsored by lookout We're really leveraging to MDM technology so that we could push policy as well as continue to have optics on those devices Listen to the entire discussion on federal news network search lookout.

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Stores kick off Black Friday but pandemic woes linger

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 d ago

Stores kick off Black Friday but pandemic woes linger

"The nation's largest retail trade group predicts a double digit increase in holiday sales the national retail federation expects sales to increase both in store and online in November and December somewhere between twenty five and ten point five percent Catherine Cullen is the NRF senior director of industry and consumer insights she says after dealing with Colbert restrictions last year many people are anxious to return to the stores this holiday season people like shopping in stores for gas because it let them touch and feel a product key it in person Kelen says an estimated one hundred fifty eight million people plan to shop either in store or online over the thanksgiving weekend I'm Mike Hampton

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Holiday season moves into high gear but challenges remain

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 d ago

Holiday season moves into high gear but challenges remain

"Buoyed by solid hiring healthy pay gains in substantial savings shoppers are returning to stores in splurging industry experts expect record breaking sales this holiday season the national retail federation predicts an increase as much as ten and a half percent compared with last year senior director Catherine Cullen we're expecting you know and we've got a hundred and fifty eight knowing and shoppers adult your people who are already planning to shop Colin says many don't plan to wait until Friday a lot of retailers offered their deals across mobile channels across Europe E. commerce bank that while it's in stores and so there's a little less pressure for consumers to sort of lined up the way they may have in the past the big question with the supply shortages higher prices and staffing issues might leave shoppers disappointed I'm Ben Thomas

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Virus Outbreak Busy Santa Malls Intro and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 5 d ago

Virus Outbreak Busy Santa Malls Intro and Wrap

"Santa Claus is coming back to a mall near you after last year's absence because of code nineteen marry Christmas it might look a little different this year with Santa behind a plexiglas shield or wearing a facemask or Santa and the helpers are all vaccinated and we required that while in the shopping center people keep their masks on at the Hillsdale shopping center in San Mateo California marketing director Christine cook Jack says they're glad to have Santa back for the children Sonya black took her nieces well I haven't been getting back to normal you know kids is missing out on you know little little thing the number of jolly old elves available is down about fifteen percent in some areas leaving the remaining very busy for photos mall visits and whispered gift wishes I'm Jackie Quinn

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Illinois Democratic Worker Mary Lemanski Made Disgusting Tweets About Waukesha Christmas Parade

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:54 min | Last week

Illinois Democratic Worker Mary Lemanski Made Disgusting Tweets About Waukesha Christmas Parade

"But I have to share a reaction from a Democrat in Illinois, that you need to hear, because to me, this sums up the giant riff between the Republican Party and the Democrat party in America. Are people who call this show all the time. Yeah, I'm a Democrat, and that's okay. You be what you be what you want to be. You want to be a Republican be a Republican. You want to be an independent, you want to be an independent. You want to be a Democrat for your Democrat. But if you're a Democrat, you share a party affiliation with a woman named Mary le mansky. Larry Mary le mansky is apparently the social media director for the Democratic Party in dupage county, Illinois. She's being blasted for a Twitter tirade. Where she referred to this Wisconsin rampage, a car plowing over children, grandmothers, this beautiful group of grandmothers called the dancing grannies, apparently one of the fatalities was one of those grandmothers, children lying on the ground being run over by this monster in his red Ford escape. You want to know what the social media director of demic of for the Democrats in dupage county Illinois tweeted? It was probably just self defense, Mary le manski wrote. Living in Wisconsin, he probably felt threatened. She added more sarcasm to her evil tweets. I'm sure he didn't want to hurt anyone. He came to help people.

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With COVID numbers rising, Arizona urges holiday precautions

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

With COVID numbers rising, Arizona urges holiday precautions

"Arizona health officials are urging residents to take precautions as data emerges the coronavirus cases there are on the rise on Saturday Arizona reported over fifty one hundred confirmed cases a corona virus for the second day in a row and over fifty deaths for the third straight day during October and early November most daily case reports range between two and four thousand hospitalizations are also rising with over twenty four hundred virus patients in beds as of Friday Arizona health department assistant director just a regular said in a Friday blog post we can't say exactly why this increase is happening even before the holiday season regular rights that mitigation is especially important at holiday gatherings where multiple generations get together I'm Jennifer king

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Eric Recalls His Early Days as an Advertising Copywriter... For Ex-Lax

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:58 min | Last week

Eric Recalls His Early Days as an Advertising Copywriter... For Ex-Lax

"Oh, here we are at the Babylonian interview show and we have a very special guest mister Eric metaxas in person at the Babylon B not literally in person, but yeah. Not little. I think he is literally in person, isn't it? Well, I guess technically, that would be true. Or off to goods. Do you want to be a little about the word literally? Yeah. Have you noticed people English major writer? So when people miss speak and say, literally, it's like, you know, we literally blew up, you know? It's like, no, that's the whole point. You didn't literally blow up. You blew up. The numbers blew up, but that's not literally, but no, I actually, I got to confess, I am literally here. Well, speaking of literally blowing up. Great transition books about smart Luther Dietrich bonhoeffer, William wilberforce, and you also wrote a commercial for X lax. Can you tell us about that commercial? I did write it right here. Actually, this is not insignificant. In a way. It is totally true that during the worst periods of my life had to take a job as a copywriter for gray advertising. So if you think advertising is cool, like anybody in the advertising business who thinks it's kind of cool. They think yes, but if you sell out, you go to gray advertising. Like they do the stuff that no one else will do. Like X lax. And so I was working with an ad director who was so evil seeming to me that I asked if I could be switched and I said, yeah, well, three years to Mark Schwartz, he does, you know, pharmaceutical. He was a really cool guy. And my first assignment was ex lax, and the ex lax thing, it's so weird because some commercials like it's so they kind of write themselves like they tell you what they want and they just need someone physically to be there and to say like, okay, I wrote this. But so they had this whole thing, you know, somebody comes home with a bag of groceries a mom. You see you got your ex lax, you know, blah, blah, blah. So I wrote that. But the point is, I do they ask their parents, say, I see you got your excellent. It was certainly no. When I was 6. I remember. So you got your exact. But here's the key to the whole thing. The key to the whole thing is that at that time, X lax was either being sued or something because it was such a powerful laxative. Let me say that again. It was such a devastatingly powerful laxative that is sometimes gave people unbelievable cramps and this and that. So they were moving over to an herbal formula, which of course couldn't be nearly as effective, right? So the commercial that I did for X lax was the last actual X lax commercial. After that, they switched over and it became X lax and quotes because the brand. So for 90 years they had this formula soil I wrote the last X lax commercial.

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Tiffany Cross Is Stuck on 'Racist' Truck Drivers Versus Other Major Media Companies?

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Tiffany Cross Is Stuck on 'Racist' Truck Drivers Versus Other Major Media Companies?

"The is not even an intelligent person You know they used to have Tim Russert that guy was unbelievable And before him Joel spivak and then they purposely lower their stainless but I have a question folks Here's the anchor on meet the press right What's his race mister White They have their Sunday show on ABC George Stephanie what's his race White They have a Sunday show on CBS nobody watches it What's his or her race White Isn't that amazing Jeff mother Zucker What's his ray He's white I can go right down the list Let's look at AT&T Board a director see ya White What's that all about The ownership of The New York Times always has been white they're immigrants Oh Look at The Washington Post who's at the head of The Washington Post a guy named Fred Ryan White Why does white can be That amazing An activity cross is there talking about truck drivers truck drivers She's met truck drivers and most of them she happens to know an industry populated by a lot of white men over the age of 55 We can't have that in America No no no In Tiffany what have you done for your country What have you done for anybody What have you done for black people Nothing You're a loser All you do is attack people

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Tiffany Cross, Does It Bother You Working for a White Board of Directors at Comcast?

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Tiffany Cross, Does It Bother You Working for a White Board of Directors at Comcast?

"By the way Jason whitlock was on my show Sunday did a fantastic job as did Byron Donald In whenever I bring somebody on my program they wind up everywhere If you notice that and here we go today So this is Tiffany cross Can you imagine going to bed at night and waking up in the morning And all you can think about is race and racism constantly Tiffany do you know that you work for a company that's called Comcast that's overwhelmingly white board of directors and the owners are white Are you aware of this Are you aware of this Tiffany Does that not repulse you And yet you're hired by them How can that be Because they think like you According to Jonathan K part that doesn't matter just because you hire black people just because they're not even if you marry them You don't get absolution because we all know if you marry a person of another faith or another race you're doing it because you want absolution It's how sick these people are That's how sick these people aren't

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Judge in Rittenhouse Case Criticized Following ‘Asian Food’ Comments

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

Judge in Rittenhouse Case Criticized Following ‘Asian Food’ Comments

"The judge in the Kyle rittenhouse case. Ordered Asian food in. I don't know for the jury for I don't know for whom, for himself. And made the following comment, you will now hear it from the judge. So this is now being played on CNN. The judge presiding over KAR rittenhouse's homicidal homicide trial made a strange and offensive joke inside the courtroom today. I want you to listen to what judge Bruce Schroeder said as the court was preparing to take a lunch break. Let's hope for one o'clock. I don't know if the Asian food isn't coming. It's on his not one of those boats and Long Beach harbor. So he appears to be referring to the supply chain backlogs caused by congestion problems in California ports. But his comments were offensive and perceived as anti Asian by some. And as placing blame on Asian people for a catastrophic event happening in this country. John Yang, the president and executive director of Asian Americans advancing justice told CNN that the joke and I quote here, harms our community and puts us in the crosshairs of microaggressions as well as actual physical violence. That's CNN as my producer just said. Where did they find us the Asian action association for justice or something? You see how they lie? I don't lying. Is not an issue to the left. The judge ordered Asian food, and made a crack, I hope it's not being delayed. In the Lake. How is that possibly anti Asian?

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Liverpool Explosion: Blast Is Declared a Terrorist Act

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:32 min | 2 weeks ago

Liverpool Explosion: Blast Is Declared a Terrorist Act

"In Liverpool, a cabbie notices that his passenger appears to be a suicide bomber. And we're putting up the tape. If you have downloaded the Salem news channel, you will now be watching the video of what happened. The Salem news channel is an app that you ought to get every day because I show you videos like this that no one else in America asks because they don't get up early enough to do the news. So in Liverpool, the cabbie gets a guy gets into his car and he looks him in the back. You know, cabbies, we'll get you. Look at they always look into way and they say, who is this guy in my car? Because he looks like Lex Luthor meets the band director. And so this guy gets in the car and he figures out that the direct, the direction being given, he Edmund quota, his name is Dave Perry. Somehow the terrorist suicide bomber gives it away. Maybe his coat was bulked up. So I want to go to remembrance Sunday at the hospital. He wanted to go to somewhere where they were doing. It's called remembrance Sunday and Great Britain. They also have an 1111 remembrance day, but then the Sunday after there are church services and gatherings in its poppy day, where you wear the red poppy and remember it's a World War I. Cabbie figures it out. Drives to where he figures he can jump out and run and let the car drift and he did. He jumped out, let the car roll to a stop at a traffic circle. Where there was no person, car blows up, killing the suicide bomber and nobody else. And the terrorist police are arresting everybody in

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 White House confident Biden's bill will pass House this week

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

White House confident Biden's bill will pass House this week

"As president Biden prepares to sign the infrastructure bill his economic advisers hope all the white house's domestic policy package will quickly pass the house this week consumer prices have soared six point two percent over the last year and the director of the national economic council brandy signal it's prices may not fully return to a more normal level until next year he says the one point eight five trillion dollar package coming to a vote in the house this week will go a long way towards lowering costs for American families appearing on CNN and ABC Sunday talk shows D. said the measure includes provisions that will lower the cost of prescription drugs health care child and elder care and housing and help get Americans back to work house centrists have said they will vote for the package if an upcoming Congressional Budget Office analysis confirms White House estimates that the bill is fully paid for the bill faces even bigger challenges and evenly split Senate over cost with no votes to spare Jennifer king

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More turn to abortion pills by mail, with legality uncertain

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 2 weeks ago

More turn to abortion pills by mail, with legality uncertain

"Earlier this year the blighted ministration lifted an FDA ban against allowing the mail delivery of abortion pills because of the pandemic but some states are considering laws to make that illegal a ban on the delivery of abortion pills takes effect next month in Texas south Dakota's governor bandit by executive order and a handful of other states are working on legislation for women seeking to end a pregnancy it is confusing says Utah OBGYN doctor me ship had gas a patchwork of laws that are criminalizing women are pregnant people speaking to self manage their own portion she says it's safe and women don't necessarily need to see a doctor to use an abortion pill comparing it to a miscarriage that occurs at home the group Susan B. Anthony list once a doctor involved policy director Susan Swayze lie down a model bill would look like it would require an in person exam roughly forty percent of the abortions in the U. S. are done through medication hi Jackie Quinn

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NSBA Coordinated With White House, DOJ Before Sending Notorious 'Domestic Terrorists' Letter

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:43 min | 2 weeks ago

NSBA Coordinated With White House, DOJ Before Sending Notorious 'Domestic Terrorists' Letter

"The national school board association of America coordinated with The White House Department of Justice before sending notorious domestic terrorists letter. Fox News reports. Newly released internal emails. People that the national school board association coordinated with The White House and Department of Justice before sending Biden the notorious letter that compared concerned parrots to domestic terrorists. Viola Garcia, the national school board association president, whom the Department of Education later named to a federal board sent a memo to the national school board association of America on October 11th. Providing a timeline of the national school board association's interaction with The White House ahead of the letter to Biden, which the national school board association sent on September 29th. Concern over the current climate for school board members is also a top priority as disruptions at school board meetings grow and members face growing threats, Garcia wrote, the national school board association of America is actively engaged with The White House from justice and Department of Homeland Security and Department of Education Surgeon General and other federal agencies on pandemic issues. But here's the most important thing, is that on September 14th, 2021, the nspo a organization of state directors, they were informed that they had a meeting with The White House. And subsequently on September 17th, the interim executive director emailed noticed to the state association executive directors that indicated a letter requesting federal assistance would be sent. In response to the letter sent by NSPA, on October 4th, 2021, the attorney general announced in a memorandum, widely shared throughout the U.S. Department of Justice that he was ordering all U.S. attorney officers and local FBI offices to reach out to local and state law enforcement officials to coordinate efforts on this problem within 30 days of the memorandum. This also contradicts what Merrick Garland said to Congress on October 27th. When dick Durbin asked Garland if he had second thoughts following the NSPA's apology for the letter, and Garland said quote, the letter that was subsequently sent does not change the association's concern of violence or threats of violence. It alters some of the language in the letter that we did not rely on is not contained in my own memorandum. So basically, here's what happened. Is you had collusion going on with the national school board association of America with The White House privately. They concocted this letter and then they sent the letter publicly that The White House had then the mandate to go to the Department of Justice to go say we now want to go spy on moms and dads, treat them like domestic terrorists and use the Patriot Act against people we don't

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'The Most Reluctant Convert' Director Norman Stone on His Journey to This Project

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:15 min | 2 weeks ago

'The Most Reluctant Convert' Director Norman Stone on His Journey to This Project

"Folks there's a new film about C. S. Lewis called the most reluctant convert, I recommend it highly highly, very highly. And I thought, wouldn't it be great to get the director of the most reluctant convert about C. S. Lewis in the studio? Unfortunately, oh, wait a minute. Norman is that you? So me? It's still you. All right, let's keep talking. I have to plug myself in here. The book surprised by joy, which is C. S. Lewis's, I guess you could call it his autobiography, his memoir. I modeled my own spiritual memoir fish out of water on surprised by joy because what I like about surprised by joy and what comes out in the film is that Lewis doesn't only talk about spiritual things. He tells you about his whole life. And by giving you the context of who he is and growing up, the epiphany that comes in his later 20s, it has a resonance that it wouldn't have if he just said, let me tell you about God. He goes through the whole story. And it makes it very honestly. I was gonna say it's not some spiritual story. It's honest, but you have to be just tremendously familiar with this material by now. I mean, I am so familiar with it that Suzanne and I watched the last night. And I found myself I paused it and I quoted the next line. And then I hit play and there's the line. You know, I mean, how many times have I heard versions of this or whatever. So it's something you're very familiar with, but I would guess it would help you to direct the film. Yes, it did. I mean, I've been it was 19 80, I think when I started preparing for my first Lewis film. So yeah I love him to bits. He speaks clearly. He's got humor. It's the truth, truth truth. Well, you know what the real thing fun was when we were doing shutter lands back in the early 80s. I met the people that were still there. I met people who knew him, you joy. I went to tea in a little miss marvel cottage with a wonderful lady who knew them both. And she just. And they, there's more than one that is opened up the other side that doesn't get on the page. I

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Norman Stone on the Success of His Latest Film 'The Most Reluctant Convert'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | 2 weeks ago

Norman Stone on the Success of His Latest Film 'The Most Reluctant Convert'

"Votes my guess is Norman stone film director and the film we're discussing the new film is the most reluctant convert all around the country all around the world, but you can find it at C. S. Lewis movie dot com C. S. Lewis movie dot com. You have to be excited about the success of this film Norman. I mean, it's one thing to have artistic success. You've never not had that. I've watched your stuff. But to have people respond, has to be very gratifying. It's you Americans. When I work for the BBC, I was known as the half American kid because I loved it over here. I like Americans. And I love filming in America, and so on. And that stays, but even me with my experience of your visionary possibilities. This is grown me away. We came over for Wednesday. What is it now? Monday, Tuesday. Tuesday. Wait and say again, I saw that again. I don't know. We came over here. It's a day. We came over here and there was this meant to be this little launch with summer and then discovered it's going to be elsewhere. But it just got bigger and bigger and bigger. It tells me two things. It tells me that people are hungry for this story, which is great. And it tells me that I can swing open the library doors to the rest of Lewis. Somebody asked me that when I was doing the first shutter lands and I said, what do you want to achieve? And I was a good question. And I said, really what I'd like to achieve is swing open the library doors, because if you haven't read Lewis, and you're not aware of him, it's all there. It's all there. He's sold a billion. A quarter of a billion must get too exaggerated. He sold a quarter of a billion books. I don't know if it's done that. He has died in the 63. He's selling more books every year than the previous year don't you hate people

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Director Norman Stone on His New CS Lewis Film 'The Most Reluctant Convert'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 2 weeks ago

Director Norman Stone on His New CS Lewis Film 'The Most Reluctant Convert'

"And let me just tell you, I'm a fan of C. S. Lewis. Which brings me to my friend Norman stone, the film, director, Norman stone, got on the map early in 1984 by directing a film called shadowlands for the BBC starring Claire Bloom, Joss ackland, and he's been doing all kinds of things, but a little bit of C. S. Lewis here and there. He has just directed a new film called the most reluctant convert starring our friend max McLean and Norman stone across the pond from the environs of Glasgow is here with us in the studio. Norman is that you. This is still me, yeah. It's still you. My friend, listen, we've been friends for a long time. And you and I have had millions of silly conversations or at least hundreds. But we both love C. S. Lewis. So when I found out from max McLean, in this studio, you know, he's starring as Lewis, but that you had directed it, I flipped, because I said, there's literally nobody else who should direct the film. Can you tell us because there are people tuning in, they didn't hear the max maclean interview. They may not know about the film rather than my telling them what I know. Tell us what is the film and what will we find in the film? Okay. Louis did write a lot of books, you're right. One of the ones that's probably the most impressive in many ways is the surprise by joy. Basically it's his own story. He writes with a self deferential wit and information comes out and you want to read more. So this is how he began life turned into an atheist and then was a very dogmatic atheist. Anyone can university after a trip for the First World War and so on. And he soon being challenged by people like

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So Carl Bernstein Thinks Questioning an Election Is an Insurrection?

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

So Carl Bernstein Thinks Questioning an Election Is an Insurrection?

"Now with this in mind I would like you to listen to first let's say mister producer first let's go to cut 6 This is Carl Bernstein Who a Watergate fame and yet he was the junior partner who did almost nothing I think a Woodward did most of the work And even he didn't have to work that hard It was the deputy FBI director leaking all the information to them Because he wanted to be the director and he wanted to knock out the people that Nixon wanted Wow imagine that Cut 6 go Let's look at what's happening here We are talking about a conspiracy like no other in the history of the United States to undermine an election Bull crap What do you think Al Gore was doing in 2000 To undermine an election What do you think the Florida Supreme Court was doing to undermine an election What do you think the Pennsylvania Supreme Court was doing in this last election The undermine the election What do you think Mark Elias was doing with all this hundreds of millions of dark money to change the election rules and one important state after another That's not an insurrection What do you think Russia collusion was You big fact slob When you are pushing it when the constipated news network you're working exactly the right place When they were pushing and all the media were pushing it What do you think about that Was that an insurrection or the effort now by the Democrats and only the Democrats To change our government they change our economic system to attack private property rights They have an unconstitutional wealth tax to have open borders and violation of federal immigration laws What do you call that genius

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"director" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

02:37 min | 2 months ago

"director" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"Don't be like six kids in her class out okay. Sure sure ca- preschool. Such a cesspool of jimbotalks twice. It's it's the worst. But i understand you got to do it. I get that so you respect my ambition. Now that's covered. You have any i do. It's not a bad thing. I the de jealous and envious can sit there like you would just stare at the window. I always stare at the window. Mattress dishwasher. that's true. Watch a movie now. It's like twelve thirty. had lunch. All right what for a walk. Now watch a movie. That's why i just don't like all in quantum week. I i i asked her. You charge the twitter. Thank you if you've read that something carando is. Why don't you take over that. It's terrible. I i don't know if my khurana does a great job with obviously how show sounds and then he does. He can do a lot of the technical at all. That's twitter handle that part of it. I don't know what else you doing. Chromos busy busy guy. This fulltime job now working for jerry come in here. That's true once a week and you come true. That's true i. It's confidence with it. All i just like you feel like you want and you feel like you want to inspire him though. I don't think i'm inspirational. No i feel like he wants to do something he just doesn't know what it is and is he fighting to find it. That's the question fight but it's something yeah was kinda kick. Yeah i mean. I guess quantum week was able to grow a bit more and then it's like all right well then if i could do that that could free up some time. Potentially that's not gonna happen very nice. Oh i think it will. I told you it's say the network coming out that might help. Apparently not i was told that was not on the table so there should be on there although it'd be i don't know if that really works in a radio station week middays. It's mike spot anyway doing like late nights. We just kind of offensive. But i think. I think you got a good voice kind of quirky that my work. She's summers belly. If you're you're a set of nervous guy. I could go to bed at seven thirty every day. No question love it love. It love what. I like to go to bed at eight every night asked you just said i'd love. I was trying to say it under my breath. She didn't catch it pretty loud. Do you want me to talk about what off. Mike when i was doing it anyway. Bird dogs shorts pants joggers. Bilton silky soft underwear. The most comfortable thing you're gonna wear it's not even close grey shorts. Joggers just came up their selling like crazy. Go.

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"director" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

06:51 min | 2 months ago

"director" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"Number one eight being well. You're on the right track actually Oh i can give you really good hint if you'll give it away. Mike masturbated to a person in this movie or character in this movie. That doesn't help me. I know nothing about the better. Who's the enemy that. Mike masturbated to an animated character in this movie. Oh okay yeah right right right okay. That was one that year. Rodri- yeah okay okay. So you wouldn't get the price anywhere. No oh so heist eighty-five i don't want i. I was thinking forty was okay. After that three million baby wasn't number one in year surprised that that was a monster movie I would have guessed. Die hard for one of the ears but that was seventeen mediate. It didn't make half what so just just also see like of ninety top. Made 176 right then beverly hills cop to meet at one fifty three. It's a big step back and then who from madrid new one fifty six and then batman me tobacco. That was an easy one. Yeah top by the batman knew for sure thought Features in easy but the other two are tough. Who roger yeah. I wouldn't have thought that. For a while to mike masturbated jessica rabbit. Yeah he said didn't say that was one of the i i think so. I know it was no. It wasn't no. It wasn't just grab you're wrong bunny. Oh shit sorry thanks. You got it anyway from space jam all the space jam. That's right well. I masturbated to the money. I guess whatever you oh you thank you very much. I'm still. i'm still angry. Thankful chris safe as a little sharper but you know. Can you do all right. what What else did you like that Pf kfc audio center. It was really t- i i don't i. I guess people in an interview is on hearing doing well. I didn't see. But look. I now from what i heard. It was pretty good. I mean i love kevin. So i hope it goes great. Well it just seemed like the theme. Last year was that they were not loyal to dave in the now of sudden. He's always whatever i that guy does. Nothing i don't know anything about him. I don't care. I'm not. I want kevin's podcasts. Do great so go. Listen to it. But i'm up particularly interested in life of. Pf tea is a person. I don't care about him individually. Like i'm not gonna listen to that. This guy is he probably doesn't care about me. I you know which is great. It was dark stripe. I wasn't that somebody dead spent. Yeah but you know i like. I have limited sympathy for that. The podcast. that's that's life. I don't know i'm not sure. I saw that clip. Kevin tweeted out. I'll be sought. Pf the sunglasses on these talking with everything. And i thought. I saw one small cup when amber waves is doing dirk dealer boogie knights. I was like. Is this real like to talk about his job week. Thank you my advice. Kevin the interviews trying to trump a little more took afraid to but yeah. I don't care but yeah stern ooh my goodness so martin. Short and steve martin ron stern show. Yesterday i saw on youtube in their in studio new york together stern Rather short in martin taught about the show. And i realized sermons still florida like it. Turn on a television interviewing those guys who go into new york studio together to promote their shows. The fucking weirdest thing. I've ever seen while maybe the sound quality is better though. I guess for the guy vehicle. He's not fucking here. Like i'm steve. Martin i'm marsha. We have to go here and help this fucking show that they went. Did bill maher show in la a couple of weeks ago. Bookham naval didn't book steve martin. Let's thanks did you reach out. No st martins. That's a great book. Born standing great book grip very good book. But he's he's probably doing the press tour. That's probably how that worked out right. Steve martin yet. they're probably doing a press. He's randomly but he's probably doing like ten serious shows. Yeah you're all. They're doing it but they're doing like you know i haven't seen either malone right and they have this idea that shoot. Selena gomez is not part of bill. These guys like see this idea that makes more sense to go on the today. Show that it does go on part. Might take or something it. They're they're wrong. Yeah we'll see martin's. I looked yesterday. Seventy just turned seventy six seventy six. Yes and he's not gonna go to new media. I mean he. He's actually a pretty for these guy he probably. We probably would be good at it. To bay st martins fucking with the greatest ever oh ever in credit amazing door genius but like grays genius. I mean i guess he. Yeah yeah if there is one the he's right up there davidson martin. Short is so hollywood. I wonder if he's driving at is like oh i wanna we will do the standard shows. I love march these. Aw davis right. Now he's off on. That show is bad. I haven't seen my character sucks. Show good shows good. Yeah you say yeah i. I crave. I'm gonna check it out. What did you say. There's another one released yesterday yesterday. no tuesday okay. You can watch it. Is that a who know. Where'd you watch it. I watched it last weekend to hulu. Yeah you no. No but i remember when they were releasing. I'm not used to that. I thought they'd just dump them all like netflix. It's a different strategy. I don't know if it's good or bad. Other shows are trying to. I've seen but i don't know i don't know if it's a good idea or not. I think it's good. We're still talking about it. True is america really talking about like what happened on that show this week. Not really i think more than if all dumped at once a quieter show like that. Maybe but it also allows you to do press to pump it. That's true for a longer period of time. I'm trying to figure out what the casey's to this chance. Jamal one day who may really thinking about mucking around with different stuff. Maybe i don't know yet. I don't i don't know if it matters matters. I don't know a good question. That's a that's a heavy content to take one show four hours. She'll have do. Yeah you know anything. That's remarkable that like true crime podcast or shows on who you think you would just have the answer like somebody who's just figured out what the best strategy is like. Somebody should just be able to tell you know this is the way to do it right. And it was fifty fifty for me. I had a lot of people. Dan castle is notably. was like. wait until it's done. I wanna binge it. Yeah well that's how i do. I like a traditional. But i'm also old. So maybe that's why that's like a book right. It's you know you're gonna you want the order pages in that book. Yeah like you know like yeah but yeah i guess yeah i suppose so you know. I guess but it'd be like stephen king years ago. Remember lisa chapter of the green mile. Great which was much better than that shitty movie. I'll say that. I didn't hate to movie brooklyn's better but i really enjoy every month. 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"director" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

02:39 min | 2 months ago

"director" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"Other fans raise some fucking money for something so those are the real enemies on me people. You probably talked him everyday dave. I gave his box office basement. That's right. I'm happy Bridges were built. There you in cray came together. It's just feels good. I'm happy love. Go good okay so this is more by contribute kind of game. Only you can answer and If you get this right. I got a price for you. Okay so it's going to be. We're gonna take individually of. His game is better than a terrible baseball card book. You recommend the slog through so he brought a game that this he brought a game. I figured it probably was huben recycled book that you read about you. I read it. I read everything my ex girlfriend. I'm on tinder. Oh here's fucking stevie egger would am my dad catch to. Oh fuck you like that book is okay. Should have been it should have been. It was overwritten now. I don't have a price but you still gonna play the game. So do you ever wonder if i'm the smart. Sometimes i mean this is a any of you know everything doesn't bother me. Okay thank you dave. Great job what bothers me is that he brought a game. That doesn't include me whatsoever. Which isn't going to help his reputation. I think it's a good move for everyone go ahead. Chris looked rattled when i mention that book. I bought the book and i recycled book. That was the book i give it to. You know brand new. I would never. I don't like us books or things. That's it no. I don't like anything like that. I apologize. I should have just accepted. The book was not bad but you said was the best book you've read all year is still. Is you read this year one. I've read a few i. I'd say you know what else fifteen th read Billy summers i'm reading The big picture The william goldman. That's really right now. Just just started essays pictures. Of course i have it right here. yes this is. This is a collection of essays from New yorker over the years new york magazine video is going to enjoy it. It's great it's tremendous good. May i get the book today. But he doesn't read his life book. You rub is what. I started a book. What was that It's one that the book that i sent you the other day. That book. no no. it's too inside. the. I don't know as words. Yeah so sad. You got the fries ready all right. It's fine so we're gonna take this out in one thousand nine hundred nineteen eighty nine nineteen eighty five to thousand nine hundred golden years. That's why i picked it. Thank you i you like. And it's the number one movie in the box office each year. But here's the deal you get.

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"director" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

07:08 min | 2 months ago

"director" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"Good place a wh-whether trump out to you guys like jerry is probably gonna have cold feet and assume i'm recording the whole thing. Oh who gives a shit jerry. The jury jury listen the show jim. He's no fucking idea. oh he didn't reach out to yesterday. Texting morning fucking cares about. He knows me. Like i'm not going to allow us. I will say this. And we contradict myself. If i got the audio would probably play it. I would probably play. I played selectively. Would not looking up. I would not put financial stuff up there. There was. I think mike like if there was a funny joke with conan and jerry which was very funny. Yeah and it was like you know bill. Simmons knew it wasn't like there was nothing air. No and also we were in your studio. That's one you know like easily attainable. Sure yeah i. it'd be tough one. If i had the full thing sent to me with i play. I don't know that We'd have to but you would. You would scrap some of the business. Shit you wouldn't you wouldn't fuck with that no but that's the most that's for sure you will. You would like bleep out numbers. Oh yeah yeah yeah. Yeah so looking. I want i want jerry. Chroma the guy like those guys. I want that thing to do great. I hope it works out. You know. But i have been. I know this business. Like i know i know i just know but maybe i'll be wrong. Your fans craig. Here though is point. I mean jerry won't even do a show with you unless he has lunch with your first correct. So maybe jerry would get cold feet and thinking craig's taping nece. Sounds like jerry dirty paranoid. I guess but like if craig taped it he'd be the dumbest fuck all time. Fire like i mean. I couldn't believe my actually asked him for it. I asked them to show me proof that the meeting was cancelled after. He texted me a picture that was cancelled. Yeah i mean i. Just don't i have no patience for these guys who loved the show and then they're like oh excuse crying i mean what the fuck where. I probably am a little too sensitive with this thing. This is why i wanna do. This is what i've been trying to do. Not necessarily obviously with men but that kind of thing and then you gotta do and then also say the you to assess You know what the best opportunities are. Because i you know. There are times that i worked for no money or even like when i was At barstool first time or and i was an intercom. I was working for minimum wage essentially. So it's tough. it's a brutal business so when you have like kids and show you have to like. Is it going to be worth it because it might be years before you are able to make it your full time job right. People can say whatever they feel about me on air. I know how. I see it all the time. Just someone called me zero. I hate this guy hate you. How are you friends with this asshole. It is the nice guy. He's not he's he's a pussy and he is now he's like he's just a corporate guy. That's a bum mia you the he's like you're either. Whoa sorry the one way or the other like you're either. The swinging guy on the blind might project afraid to say shit. Or you're not and now you're not and that's okay. But now i i view that as the enemy jerry. Man he'll roll. Craig puts fucking dog. Food is asshole jerry. It up of thirty five cents. That's that is the difference between us nine that we like it or not and i worked a very successful company. I acknowledge that. But then human being thinks if i got fired tomorrow that would be meeting with bruce milkman. And have craig as my programming director. Then you've never listened to a second of the show that good or bad. That's not everybody's at your level if you're jerry off to jerry. Jerry financially is absence. Take jerry out of your craig. Doors more looking at yes. Yes but i'm saying if gerry callahan idea. The crank said he's the program director of this thing. Yes who a guy who called stephen. Steve called mike mike. Call him in that. Jerry is essentially working for this guy. What the fuck. I'm my position is the director of studio five fifty. Okay so i. I am basically a program so i mean i'm sure jerry's face and everything but i mean jesus christ that sad that's just sad that's all and i don't want him in soko. Please please don't go honestly now if i have to. It doesn't get like a one time mulligan. No this is like a no. No no i don't why do you want him there. I is a nice guy. He enjoys the show. You said twelve times. I don't dave you have to understand. I don't care if anybody enjoys the show. That means nothing to me. How many times. I have to say this. I don't care anyone listens if they enjoyed. They don't enjoy it. I don't wanna program directors at my fucking show. I hate program that is fair. hate them. They make me fucking sick to my stomach. That's fair that's all you know i. I think people think it's a joke. I hate this fucking guy. Hey more than anybody right now. So my confusion yesterday with mike. I didn't think he had the job yet. So i guess he a job. But here's one thing that is interesting toll pushing all of this. You can tell like listening to this show. I no question. Because he's status and days. Like probably not so i didn't. I didn't think he had the job. Yet like legitimately signed a contract to okay. Employees new ninety ninety percent show. I knew he was talking to bruce feldman. That's all yes and you knew jerry was involved. Oh yeah i knew jerry was like potentially and you didn't tell me but i didn't like what was i. Was i going to tell you that. We only five minutes on that yesterday. No but that's because. Mike brought it up when mike brought up. What you knew thinking that craig was already employee of this company or whatever. Why would you say. Hey jerry like why would you bring up. We talk about that a lot. Because the person contact craig over the person who get the job. That's your job to protect craig. I'm not trying to protect them. I just for the show. I it'd be like didn't have. The job was going to get the job. He knew that. I don't know if i knew i didn't know that. He invited like four times. According to mike yesterday i didn't know anyway. I mean it's crazy leaving the by project. Do you know that they do not know that. I just heard him last night on the show. He's not leaving. What did you what. I don't know i don't think so either the day what what's he gonna do. They're all day. Sit in the studio. And what i was crazy. So this guy who is who's fun. Who's who's kind of kind of and then yesterday. I don't know if you've watched you've listened to run his hair slicked back. He was all seen this. Immune wall street time carly carolina like gets really indoctrinated by gordon gecko thank. I'm like what happened to this guy. There was nobody who is more willing to be my partner in getting in trouble and thinking shit and say two thousand thirteen fourteen fifteen then joseph zarbano. You have ideas for me ideas for him. We talk shit about people. He was a fucking troublemaker. And then one day. He walked into an office and tie on and he wasn't. This happens to people. It happens to people tapping to craig. Whatever his name is like. It's it's this is what happens. He's gonna sit there for some reason. He'll think you.

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"director" Discussed on RUN GPG Podcast

RUN GPG Podcast

03:31 min | 5 months ago

"director" Discussed on RUN GPG Podcast

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"director" Discussed on RUN GPG Podcast

RUN GPG Podcast

06:49 min | 5 months ago

"director" Discussed on RUN GPG Podcast

"Lots better known as director directs is a legend of filmmaking and is responsible for some of music's most iconic videos. He's directed the video for many of the world's top artists musicians in hip hop legends including kanye west. Drake kendrick lamar brianna. Jay z justin bieber. Usher and many many more. His work has been recognized by mtv much music and the grammies with numerous nominations and awards. Julian has also entered the world of feature films directly movies. Such is across the line. Centerstage on point in superfly great soundtrack a true creative and someone. I'm really looking forward to having a discussion with about his life. His work as creative process in a lot more julian. Welcome to the run gpk podcast. Thanks for joining us today. Really looking forward to hearing where it all started for you your influences and as mentioned your creative process and hopefully we'll be able to break down some advice for you know young ambitious creatives out there tuning in today for the first time i know have a lot of fans so first of all. Can you take us back and give us a little of the journey to becoming director acts in the legendary filmmaker that we see today so first. Who is julian lots where you from. And where did you grow up. I am joined christian loops. Tice direct effects. Who invented for my life moved downtown for another house for another chunk of my life moves to brooklyn for another chunk of my life noman. So those are those are the three places at probably have the most influence on me and i make music videos. Commercials tongue shows a move. That's awesome. What was the music scene like in toronto as you were coming up especially the hypocrisy to mind breaking that down for us a little bit. I was growing up hip hop only a few records of make it to the radio. Beuerliein empty Music playing it was no rhapsody at that time. You know you'd have to know you got some music from states so is hard to get a hold of. The music is hard to hold the culture. Right you on. What we have is just a very different tone. Your biggest influences both visually and musically back. Then can you think of some influences. The right word i liked i liked l. o. Cool j. that wasn't music. Same don't i. I wasn't even looking at becoming direct ours from comical specter. A and you ended up as an internet. Much music right. Yeah how did that happen. I was reading poachers poultry stuff around town and One day they did a gm. Rap city allows zero spoke to the produce. Michelle geyser lay. You know there's a dude on scene big c unit assistant. We didn't know what that meant. At that time. We thought we thought we thought big c. rich worked in washington. And do we know but he moved on to work at bmg. And so there's open. There's opening i knew there's an opening so as we go what's up with that big. I got that internship. Nice okay so you ended up being mentored by that's hype williams. How did you track down high williams like how did that connection happen. Vibe maxine page single like i. We've been noticing videos. The name was getting known now. Rap city was around. You wear not Certain video you could tell us that some they looked better. They were more artistic We hike weighing. Just the name was beginning to get known. So i reach the vibe trying to get off office context so has figure out how to get by. I sent the package to the to the person who wrote that story all the stuff. I've done videos t shirts our and does want wanna you know trying to get a hold of this guy and they finally gave me office as hulu. I need to talk to the top. I know you can ask for hikes numbers and got office number then. There had to go through all show hustle lawn. Easy resistance snowed. I told you right. Listen you know how takeaways lessons learned and taught. What was it like working with hype in can you think of the biggest takeaway you had from working them. I mean we're gonna hike was amazing. I got to be around on the biggest news of the day as are being made right the guy who's making them so a lot of a lot of learning from that process and i mean as far as being a director i think the biggest takeaway from hype was that of the about something about something has to be a story as we can be out a look can be about up dance with about But it needs to be. You need to know what is going to be about when you do the follow up to that. Can you touch on the importance of mentorship for young creatives. Because i mean can't think of a better mentor to happen hype williams especially in the you know the work. You're doing just the importance of mentorship. I was fortunate that'll got in their form. That relationship m not. Everyone has well. You gotta get in there and just work known the around People not which is important for young people getting onto entry level positions in turning xi yang just being in the system. mba will see people learn From them not every mentorship has to be like eat some big name person is taking you under their wing and now you're not agree with that. At what point did you decide you wanted to direct. Was there a pivotal moment. There where you said. okay. I want to be a director much. Music internship invites music. Okay before that grabbed. Then this is interesting. Cameras use likes interesting. And where did the maybe can tell us where the name director acts actually came from or came from little is back in those days. Everything's malcolm x. Days there's again me x clan just was much more militant play so i was little x and then a you know as i got into my thirties. I'm okay.

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"director" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

Directors Cut Radio Program

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"director" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

"And it had every single button of the keyboard are GonNa take a break. We'll be back with more from directors cut radio after this show movies and I guess phones. Wow News. Average Iq? Since two. Thousand. Five. I don't know what you're saying that that's on on. The director Scott Director's cut radio DOT COM. You're listening to the director's cut. Without microphones. We'd still live with our parents..

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"director" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"director" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"Bing I'm like Oh my God we had a meeting. We had a meeting at this place in writing and we just talked it through and I said what we'll do what I think you should do and she was totally cool. Was it and funny enough the church put all the money most of the money to pay for the rights and my wife, and I put in an extra couple hundred bucks so that we could get the. Props and get all this other stuff emerges kept a list of what we were doing and I had no idea what I was doing in terms of directing I'd always wanted direct. All I knew is all right. You have to get this into this scene. You have to build a bunch of stuff that you have to build the emotion and all that and the musical director was taking charge me. So I was kind of in charge of. And I was. I was so stressed I'm so anxious and have you. When we opened, we only did one weekend because we couldn't do two weekends for some reason but we did one weekend we had hundred people. Now this is a no name theater, a no name director, and yet these actors had been around and done shows around locally. But. Were big and they were doing favor and I was no no-name whatever at actually. Reading had some kind of like porch thing where you could like all businesses had a bunch of. was like a fair something the weekend before my wife and I had little postcards were handed to everyone come see our show shown our show opens next weekend. At the end of it all. We had one hundred people come for one revenge one weekend show Friday Saturday and Sunday afternoon. People came to see that show. Other people paid money to someone's come and see that show and do we make our money back? We made a little bit extra and. I was actually interviewing another directing job. At cloudier course. And they liked the idea that they were hesitant about me because I didn't have that I was grain. The. Producers came to see the show see God spelled because one of WHO's in the show and they found is directed it. I come down. So at the very end I'm in the the sound I turn on the sound off I come down to open all the doors so that the audience. and. The first person out is the producer. And he.

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"director" Discussed on Page To Stage

Page To Stage

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"director" Discussed on Page To Stage

"She's fine right now but it's on our mind that tried to keep her as far away from this as possible in terms it isn't so like that's that's in the air also. So it really. That's a challenge but I have found it to be a real reprieve. If I can just schedule in certain amount of writing time because I, you know we're all fighting to keep. The arts going in our country because we know that when we come out of this, not all arts organizations will survive. There's no way right there and there it's just a matter of like how significantly our field will be reduced coming out of it that that is really the only question at this point, and so you you add all that in and you realize like everyone's fighting to keep the arts going. But no one is really making arts or those that work in arts organizations are often not making art you know, and so it's like Oh. That's right. We were artists saying. That's why we kind of got into this the first place. So for me, it's just been helpful to spend even if it's just one hour each day. working on it, and sometimes an hour on a play. Just you end up deleting the pager to that you had written a day or two before you know rewriting is writing and so that's what it is but I think for me, it's just it's just reminded me of. Why we got into this and what is powerful about it in what could do You know I think a lot of us are. Artists and we learned to be administrators because that was the best way to be able to make sure that we could make art or to make. One of the great things about being an artistic director is not making plays but making the work of other artists possible right like that. You believe in giving them opportunities and letting them run with it and so. We don't get to do that right now either you know we talk about cash flow..

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"director" Discussed on Page To Stage

Page To Stage

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"director" Discussed on Page To Stage

"You know our our spike is happened late to be able to do it but our governor has just come out and four masks and for kind of closing back down bars and things like that. I will say as a theater, the thing that I'm really proud of our staff for doing is that we made the switch to digital really early in terms of what it is we kind of very quickly said, we don't know how long this is going to be, but let's go ahead and start figuring out ways that we can connect with our audience. Unless, really make our. Place, our online socials, the place that you can go to when it feels like the theaters closed right so that you can go ahead and visit US anytime you want. So you know we started doing. readings online in fact were about to announce a pretty large digital season where we're going to announce about fifteen to twenty projects that we're going to do just online for people to be able to be a part of we do a weekly talk show host which actually has been amazing. 'cause we have never talked to our audience more. You know I mean like we do letters from the artistic director and we always say our doors are open and that kind of thing. But like now we do a talk show every week where if you're on facebook you can. Send in questions while we're interviewing guests and we do it. We had one interview that we did with Ralph Remington from Tempe Center for the arts that was happening just as the black lives matter movement was kind of picking up. That had fourteen thousand people that watched our talk show and so I mean that's sometimes more than our actual plays and so that type of being able to connect with them right for thousands and thousands of people to see each week what it is that we're talking about or that we're doing it's it's really been great for us we were. To be honest, three months ago like every regional theater, which is to say that like horrible social media, right like we just used it for selling. And we didn't.

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"director" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

Directors Cut Radio Program

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"director" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

"Ticking time bomb dogs are very like what is my surroundings. What is the smell of my surroundings? What's this guy going to do that? Like even in tops Krista cops you. We've gone to places and people are like. Oh this cat doesn't like people and I'm going up in already. Patting it and putting my lab Christine's cat and they're like Oh that casually never comes out never. Yeah yeah that's so that's it is like a thing because you can go around animals and they're like wow so smelly cat smell. Maybe the PAT him and even though that one that was really angry that We were babysitting or caddy sitting. Oh Chester now my client. She got stitches. I do her nails well. Did she moved here zone originally but her cat that she's had raised with a bottle like this catch love her. She ended up with a slice. All the way down her middle finger and Stitches like sixteen stitches because he just turned around and like lost his crap on her. I don't remember why because her mom was over. Her mom went to pet him and he's just like don't nobody touch me when I'm sitting on my mom like he only likes men and would only like her for some reason but like no one else so. She ended up with stitches from her own. Cat still kept him. I mean she's trying to figure it out. Yeah actually on a low dose pill I forgot he's on like Yeah adhd medicine. For what's the Pill Not Xanax? Dose of xanax? Yes to tie depressants for cats I can I can. I can see that messing down normal. That's interesting yeah that's good. Yeah he's doing better. Calf is a handlebar and just call them crazy medical marijuana card. I have some idea how much time do because all we got about a minute and a half so I just have some birds of prey update news that kind of needs to be like mentioned. Do a real quick yesterday yesterday. This hashtag start this yesterday. The fifteenth Saturday the fifteenth and Hashtag SUPPORT BOP reasons to support standing. Birds of prey is trending like crazy so much so that it was like ten thousand re tags whatever just in one day to where twitter notice states now on Google now in the hands of like the director and DC and people are noticing this Hashtag because they're feeling like the box office should not reflect how this movie has impacted comics title. Well they're just like they're like you need to realize what Margo did with this movie. You guys need to realize the different cinematography aspects that were included in this movie to make it different and you need to also realize that Asian director Asian cinematographer All women of color represented queers represented. There's a lot of messages in this movie. That like just because the box office says oh. It only made one million. It's terrible it's terrible movie so the Hashtag itself is probably advertising the movie and a really great way topic of conversation. We might have to do this on the other side. Yeah and there's a lot of re tweets for everyone. Yeah so the director of birds as actually re tweeted at herself to her. She's like Oh my gosh. I can't believe the support thing guys. All right we're GONNA take a little break when we come back. We got some more birds of prey support for you and me and everybody else in between and how much we love and adore everybody. That's working at all that in the next segment right here on director's cut radio show about movies and a whole lot of love for Berkeley. Three guys show up about Moody which you have any respect for yourself seriously. Anything we're taking seriously worth making fun of the director's cut my bed. Ause nineteen no shame. Only half of our audience is below average..

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"director" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"director" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Director and the influenza division director for the CDC centers for disease control and prevention it runs about an hour and a half committee chair is Democrat it beneath Johnson of Texas this hearing will come to order and without objection the chair is authorized to clean a recess at any time let me say good morning and welcome to our witnesses of today's hearing on vaccine science and innovation small pox once played the world's population killing approximately three hundred million people in the twentieth century alone smallpox is the only human disease to be eradicated thanks to the relevant of the vaccine another devastating disease polio had just thirty three cases reported worldwide in twenty eighteen compared to three hundred fifty thousand cases in nineteen eighty eight every day vaccines are saving lives the specialize of children and other vulnerable populations there's no such thing is healthy skepticism when it comes to vaccines unfortunately there is a well funded this information campaign targeting the public and weakening public health laws vaccination requirements have been commonplace in the US the generations and exemptions were granted only for legitimate medical reasons however in my home state of Texas the number of unvaccinated children his spikes since twenty two thousand three when the Texas legislature expanding the exemptions to include non medical reasons the number of exemptions rolls from two thousand in the year of twenty third two thousand three the fifty seven thousand last year we're seeing this three played across the country an innocent children of falling ill health officials have confirmed twenty one measles cases in Texas this year and twelve hundred the sixty one and nationwide sixty one of which lead to serious complications as the first nurse elected to Congress I have been dedicated to the improvement of public health my entire career the science committee may not have jurisdiction of the health and human service agencies but we have long had a role in supporting improved public health through good science this morning we will explore the science and innovation challenges for vaccine development through the lens of influenza for the hilt is among us the flu just lays out for several the flu just lays us out for several days with no lasting sad if it's hot for the very young the elderly pregnant women and other vulnerable groups the flu can be deadly the centers for disease control recorded an estimated four forty eight point eight million illnesses and seventy nine thousand deaths during the twenty seventeen twenty eighteen flu season approximately six hundred of those deaths which children each year influenza vaccine production begins with the collection analysis of data many months before the beginning of the flu season the challenge with influenza is that the virus is change constantly and by the time the flu season begins the vaccine may not fully met the circulating viruses scientists are working to develop viable and more effective alternatives to the color current eight a basic vaccines as well as a universal vaccine they will not require annual updates yet another scientific chalice been fluency and many other infectious diseases in Italian complete diseases is incomplete data an antiquated data systems through modernization of data systems and data analytics tools across the federal and state levels we will be able to accelerate vaccine research and development for many diseases we have two expert panels that will help us understand the full cycle from basic research the vaccine development production and deployment and surveillance the witnesses will also describe the role of federal agencies state agencies and the private sector including the partnerships among all stakeholders I want to expand my warm welcome to all of you this morning and I want to thank the vice chair got the better of for his leadership on this issue I look forward to today's discussion I might say that I have a mark up in another committee so I will have to leave before we get through all of the deliberations the chair now recognizes Mr Lucas for an opening statement good morning Cheryl Johnson I would like to thank you and vice chairman Vera for holding this hearing especially given that we are in the middle of flu season in the United States nearly a million individuals are hospitalized for the flu every year including more than forty eight thousand children in Oklahoma since the nineteen for the twenty nineteen flu season began on September one who's been at least one death and seventy three hospitals rations from the flu however these numbers would be far worse if we did not have vaccines vaccination is by far the most the best flu prevention measure we can have today it's easy to forget the little over a hundred years ago the world faced one of the deadliest pandemics in history the nineteen eighteen H. one in one epidemic also known as Spanish flu it killed an estimated fifty million people worldwide including roughly six hundred and seventy five thousand people United States medical technology and countermeasures at the time were limited the isolation and quarantine influenza vaccines did not exist and I antibiotics had not been fully developed yet thankfully due to basic research advancements were made both in treatment and prevention the flu the development of vaccines is placed played an important role in reducing and eliminating deadly disease I can still recall my father stories about how late summer and fall were terrifying time as a child because of the threat of polio during those seasons lucky for me I do not have did not have to experience this fear because of the first polio vaccine being available the United States in nineteen fifty five and thanks to widespread vaccination polio it's been nearly eradicated the United States just thirty three cases reported in twenty eighteen however polio remains a threat in some countries with the world becoming more connected through modern transportation it only takes one traveler with polio to bring the disease in the United States and as I'm.

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"director" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"director" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"The firefighter so upsetting so as crazy and their starkly different but <hes> totoro is the reason it got so popular the reason why jibril that's fucking mascots mickey mouse right that's their bugs bunny <hes> but like the way that he does things with story and his catcher's they're all typically strong female lead characters that don't need any saving and like they are going through their own personal journeys without again. It's not without them being save. It's about them understand the world around him at large yes the time they save someone yeah and i think that's a little bit more. I think to me it's more poignant. I think that would resonate with me especially since it was an enemy or brought me into enemy in that sense it made me so like nothing has to be high octane action. Does it have to be like save the world or this isn't gonna you know if you don't do this. It's fine. You'll live on move on the day but the entire world behind you the entire forest. Those spirits will die yeah. You've will be fine in your car. Once you leave this world and it's like that's a crazy easy. Thing that i left with kaelin sounds good so good. You can take that yeah okay. I have an idea okay because because i know that tom. I know that you're kind of mix. I think we should start now you go to your next person and then whoever and then whoever can <unk> adults he shows me okay yeah <hes> so my boy christopher nolan the criminals more time the action i'd say is that would you consider him. One of being someone who wants to be a director would would you say he's your idol. Oh he's for sure <hes> the thing is as tough the thing i think about idols though short answer yes long answer is when people say oh. Are you excited to be the next bruce. Lee jackie chan chan no. I never wanted to be the next. I chan yeah someone you look to as inspiration. I look up to him so much because things like they saw this is where my spill starts. Christopher nolan fucking started out. He never fucking went to film school. Everybody learned his self tire. Today he went to he went to school to study english because he didn't have film school and so everything he learned is in the camera and what i mean by in camrose when hey we have some the money. Let's go some weekend. Let's get some friends go to friends house. In shoot a film also i don't have lights and i can't see match color temperatures so we're going to shoot next to a window but guess what we're shooting black and white because he couldn't do it and so he didn't have any understanding of it so he literally learned all in the in the scope of you learn by doing learn and by doing really cool and so excited about that so he he did like some shortfalls he went to can't and all that stuff he wasn't getting any praise you like fucking submitted submitted committed and they're the dawn of people like kevin smith and other indie filmmakers use self funded their own shit he decided make following and after following then he got some critics claim it like venice and other film festivals and then he finally got memento insomnia obama begins then receives dark knight then <hes> inception than darkness rises then interstellar then finally <hes> but with that being said so he's done like eleven films so far folk you turn to you and your nine film bullshit <hes> ah the thing i love so trademarks about him again so.

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"director" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"director" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"He. Does that's still a bit of a character. He's ten being real mid west nice about this right. It's like we're trying to respect his craft but the thing is like enormous society. It's asshole moves. It's a different culture. Well yeah have you seen jeremy the sushi yeah and like the whole thing with the dad being the top sushi chef and high of being like this top animator like everyone in the world already has this ideology of the sun. He's not going to be even half as good. That's just something that the japanese culture buys into in america we don't have that ideology <hes> but then that's kind of respect and understanding that gives to higher praise and understanding of the engagement that we should have with media <hes> but yeah like it was like he was there during the film that goro was directing and he was looking at one of the backer artists and on the back rooms drew like open field and he put the the truck over it because they do multi-layer animation and said that truck's too big that trucks and take the entire frame and then you just see the enemy just slowly put it away and it's just like such like a intense and smoke because you're kind of like this is how they operate right and he'll like look at storyboards like this person looked like there look just saw dead person and this person should the full of life like why are these things not full of life. Why isn't that mistake but it's kind of against those signatures right yeah go ahead. I was going to say that like i remember <hes>. It was like these guys were really excited to show miyazaki these like what they had meeting in graphics and it was like a zombie dombi dragging itself across the floor and like the movements were really lifelike. Muzhaqi was pissed. Whoa more more than a little. He was like i have a friend who is disabled and can never want <hes>. How dare you show this to me. He went off on them like you could tell everyone was like wide eyed staring at the floor and that's like it's one of those things where there's so much about me as ocoee that i truly truly love but it's a situation where you know there are just some things that he will never be capable of making too because he hates that kind of thing. We're never going to see that kind of aesthetic from me as ocoee yeah not that i'm upset about that yeah but no i was gonna say bring it back a two to him as a director. What what specifically do what draws you to him. As your favorite director defend testicle realities realities that he creates i gave myself little like two lines or couple lines for each director that i really like and fantastical reality was the first thing that came to mind because because everything is set in a very real world lake even though it has all the like whimsey of conservatism. Yes yeah shintoism. It's got but it it's all very grounded like he does a very good job of taking all of these these concepts that are never would never be real in this world world but makes them feel like oh yeah that makes sense rats person yeah like a radish the radish spirit he takes a little spark can make it into an entire story yeah yeah yeah i think it goes to to mention that easy set it up.

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"director" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"director" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"Away my neighbour totoro princess-mononoke. All ghibli films say the one santiz is delivery speed. I actually haven't seen that yet. We're going <hes> but <hes> so there's so much intentional intentional intentional choices that are in there that i it like hit me in the face. I had never been so intrigued by so many purposeful decisions assyrians. I actually bought a book on miyazaki that are it's just a compilation of all the interviews with miyazaki and he's a very interesting person. He's so he told us. He didn't say that he said i think my son made an honest film. Now he's made one. I think he should stop yeah. He's he's a his his opinions or heart a preparing for i saw a documentary where it was just him and his son was doing a <hes> his first film right no after his as after his frail has first because he had commercial success but not critical success the next film supposed to be high l. wrote the screenplay for and then goro gomez ocoee was going to direct it and part of directing studio ghibli is at the director does the storyboards right <hes> and those are sometimes eighty thousand storyboards is a lot <hes> or like hundreds of thousands of story anyways but like he would talk to everyone in the studio except his son for the entire production it would like their relationship is intense messed up the produce africa's name but he's like the big middleman oh man between everybody and was ocoee. <hes> i mean it doesn't surprise me because based on based on what i've read. It makes sense that every scene can be purposeful also because he takes so much ownership over everything. He's like. You want something done right. You're going to do it yourself and he does he does. He's got the shit to back back it up with he..

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"director" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"director" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"They actually actually able to get away with a lot of exposition by really quick dialogue so fast i taught sometimes but <hes> we actually writes very dreamy rights to the better of our angels and he expects that there's goodness in people and fincher does not doubt it so it was a really interesting way to see them. Them work together interesting. It's a it's probably it's up there with fight club and competition as my favorite vendor from i have some baggage with fight club obviously and listening to the director a commentary. I just think he's a he's a super intelligent guy highly imaginative and i don't know if you guys out there listening have seen minehunter but he has little quirks to the way he films so not only does he love c._g._i. With his camera that i love but he does this thing <hes> it's hard to describe without without visually showing it but the camera will follow slight movements. His character does so everything he does. Onset is highly choreographed. I'm looking even even from someone someone slouching sitting up straight tells a part of his story and in those moments where you see someone slouch to sit up straight the camera will actually dolly and follow them. It doesn't tilt it fucking moves itself yeah. It's a harder moving. You think it is and apparently it takes take after take to get it but he's really dedicated happens a lot in mind in hunter. Someone will have a realization and they'll be sitting forward on their knees and they'll go to sit all the way up to the camera. Pan doesn't doesn't tilt up but it literally lifts crane rain or on a dolly or something and it's like a lot of extra effort so wonderful story. You'll seventy takes yeah well <hes> but he also told to fuck off because he's like i did on the seventeenth so shut up yeah when thing i mean that's that's kind of what ties me to him. As as a director is his use of the cameras very unique presence in his storytelling what it allows you to as an audience member to be super super engaged and he'll like most of fisher's films and it's lovely and this is my favorite kind of film is just dialogue between eighteen two characters that have different like viewpoints on each other and so you get to see the power struggles between each other and caitlyn's this laughing having having such a good point over here nothing about film but no like. It's really great that he does it because i like the opening sequences social is him as a main character and a girl breaking up one of.

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"director" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"director" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"See it but it's like there's there's just different shades of it and there's a picture of it and i wait. It's not true. It's the more you well. How do i know this. It's not as many as the mantis shrimp. Is anyone anything about women when you're kidding. That's where we have heard on. Thank you <hes> <hes> but yeah so. I think it's important to talk about director specifically. It's not writers or producers or you can have those episodes too but we will have those episodes yeah i. I like in myself as director <hes> i've written myself as a writer director <hes> and to me what that means like. I can write my own scripts and i want it done in a certain way and i have a certain style that i wanna i do. I wouldn't call myself an outdoor. I haven't made that many films to create my own fee matic sense of meaning or also. There's things i want and things i wanna have in all the things i do but <hes> <hes> to be considered. Not tour is a high claim high critical acclaim from a lot of people and a lot of people tend to want to do that but it's also like risk right so like if i wanted all eat to like write the story for it and i told him no. I'm not going to have this in my film then again it could be. I'm an asshole but and not collaborative right but then it's kind of like the pristine and procedural but <hes> what i was saying with directors while we're talking about today they do at the end of they have to make a lot of decisions and they do the director you know. The word were changes from theater to tv. Two film director means such a different thing in t._v. World than dozen theater and film and at some point there is a level of decision making <hes>. There's some level of collaboration but at the end of the day it's weird because they get a lot of the credit. Versus like writers are not a highly hollywood. They wanna sleep with the writer only in california -cation but that's the only time they sleep stars. They want to see what the producers well blah <hes> <hes> but the thing i've always noticed with directors anyways is the fact that they they're kind of seen as that visionary right to like their vision is the film becomes whether it's through their words or not if it's through their own words then it's almost as if it's sort of like these have the formality of writing and it's all in their head if the if you give him a camera amarna crew they could just shoot it. You know but it's like you gotta write it down. You got to do the formal process whatever the ship yeah and so when you're when you're with a different writer the incidents have to collaborate. There's always going to be like some of compromise somewhere where you were you. Can you might that's where you might lose some of that the funny thing that i want to kind of if <hes> take note of after losing this episode is we'll look at how many press tours that the actors go onto for blockbusters and then how much they do for artisan films because most of the time the artisan films are the ones that the directors are doing the press tours versus the actors the actors will do the big blockbusters because those seats seat sellers directors seat sellers. Let's for the artisan films..

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