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"eric films" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:18 min | Last month

"eric films" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Look who's trending Dan Bongino. Ben Shapiro. This is dangerous. Dan Bongino at nine. Shapiro at three. John Phillips in between. I've done to dangerously good lineup. AM 7 90 K. ABC to die in just a little bit, But our whole program is celebrating the whole program. You being one of the founding members were going all in. It's just such a pleasure and an honor to be sitting be Eric's film. This is horrifying. Um, go to my instagram Adam Telly because I asked people last night it posted a photo of us the one we've taken at the Christmas Party a couple years ago, and I said, share your favorite Eric Spillman story and people are going in, including our very Pre owned Courtney Courtney Friel. She has a great story, but share yours. So if you're here for 30 years than don't be, and they're gonna make a big are three certain things. Well, yeah, we'll see when that happens, But there are three things people love about you, but we're going to save it. Okay? I'm sure you can guess. All right, Henry DiCarlo. What did you love about Eric? There's so many. I told Eric this many times. Well, I love when Eric goes to for Thanksgiving to Yes, that's one of them. And still my all time favorite is the family that stopped the turkey basically. You know, just slapped it to a pulp Pretty much, But there's so many call it slapping. We call it tenderizing tenderizing. Um and let's not, you know, Gail to so many great stories we have Gail, My favorite one is when she went down the slide. Of course, that's you know, iconic, but there's so many, uh, that's the great thing about can return will come to okay. I well, please, I'm sure is a lot of good moments. Would you will some of them? Not so good? No, they're good. They work. From the audience perspective. There you go. Let's hope so. Anyway. Maybe not from the management. Yeah. Management? No, not at all. We have some heat folks, very hot conditions today and then we'll start losing some of the heat. But we'll add the humidity. So then you have to decide. Okay, which is worse, excessive heat or excessive humidity. Most people say humidity anyway. Ginger, We're going to send it over to you. For now. I would agree. My Gaza High desert already at about 77 degrees, Yes, And we can't wait to celebrate our 30th anniversary. Eric, you know, because there's probably so many amazing moments Now we have a few things that we need to make sure that we cover including the 91 is the westbound.

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"eric films" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

Metal Mantra Podcast

02:13 min | 2 months ago

"eric films" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

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"eric films" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

03:43 min | 7 months ago

"eric films" Discussed on The Playbook

"Hours days weeks months and years in fact if you aggregated accumulated just the amount of time you spent worried about things that never happened you would probably be the flam belly mint million. I can't even say about ever. That filming eric filming near the end of the show. But you give me whatever you want to be. So i tell everyone out there. Practice spending minutes moments of ego and you'll exponentially get what you want more rapidly and accurately. I love that i mean and i still young. You know only forty but that was kind of big deal for me. Try to lie. I've tried to lock you. Still feel the same. It doesn't matter how old you are. You still think you're like a sixteen year old. You know whatever But i have always been an extremely anxious person. I'm very risk averse. And i would get very stressed and upset if i couldn't control something if i felt like i was kind of at the will of other people and just an i had so much anger and i finally literally in the past couple of years have like and i'm having a penny with you right now. Oh my god. I think it's because it's like when we started this business because you don't know what's going to happen. I i really think that being entrepreneurs and just kind of opening ourselves up to like okay. This could be a huge mistake. But we're ready to at least try it right like the fear of never trying. It was worse than the fear of trying it and completely eating shit and just like ruining our lives and that was kind of my first foray into like i may not succeed. I'm not. I'm not setting myself up for failure but i've always set myself up for success like i'm not going to do something if i don't think i can be good at it and so having our company has helped me get more comfortable with the idea of okay. You're gonna fail and like it's okay. You know you're will be able to recover and even if we can't recover you know. I always my mantra at the beginning was will never be homeless. Because we won't because my in laws are wonderful. We would move in with them. You know right. And so. I mean you've already mentioned a little bit but like i always like to talk about and the show like shit happens and i like to know from other people because we know like you're going to everyone feels like it's just part of life and i watched video of yours where you talked about when you do your speeches that you ask. Everyone like who's failed today and they're all like. Oh but we need to like. I think normalize failure and so even someone like you. I know this. Because aaron i marino we know about you but people that are watching may not know even you had a big failure and you kind of mentioned it but you know you filed for bankruptcy. I just not only filed for bankruptcy lessons that i learned from losing over one hundred million dollars. I spoke about last night when that kid came out because the neighbors started asking them out me and people started pulling videos and it became a whole thing in your for me. I sat there is going. Don't get your ego. don't let your ego get out. Control be humble be like i literally put radical humility. I'd stand because the natural being allows us to go right back into those same lessons. And i don and that's how i ended up. Losing everything was my ego. And so you know understanding that that framework gary does it all the time to not to bring him back into the conversation. But when you frame things like i'll be fine for me..

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"eric films" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

03:58 min | 8 months ago

"eric films" Discussed on WBAI

"Redondo. Narseal was broken, and it's like dicks extinguished. And it is not yet been forged again. Fruitless. Did I call the victory of the last alliance? Not wholly so, yet. It did not achieve its end Sarah and was diminished but not destroyed. His ring was lost, but not unmade. The dark tower was broken, but its foundations were not removed for they were made with the power of the ring. And while it remains they will endure. Many elves and many mighty men and many of their friends had perished in the war, and Arianna slain and his shoulder was slain and go. Gallatin El Indio one tomorrow. Never again Shall there be any such league of elves and men for men multiply in the firstborn decrease in the two kindred for estranged And ever since that day, the race of numenor has decayed in the span of their years has lessened. In the north. After the war and the slaughter of the gladden fields, the men of Westerners were diminished. In the city of the Newman house. Besides, like evidence fell into ruin, and the heirs of El Lindo removed and dwelt it for most on the high North downs, and that now too, is desolate. Then call it dead man's dyke, and they fear to tread there. For the folk of our nor dwindled and their foes devoured them and their lordship past, leaving only green mound in the grassy hills. In the south, the realm of Gondor long endured and for a while its splendor grew recalling somewhat of the mind of Numenor Eric Film. High towers that people build and strong places and havens of many ships. And the wing it crown of the Kings of men was held in all by folk of many tones. Their chief city was as Gillian's citadel of the stars to the midst of which the river flowed. And Minister Phil They built tower with rising moon eastward upon a shoulder of the mountain of shadow and westward at the feet of the White Mountains in a sane are they made Tower of the setting sun. They're in the courts of the King grew white tree from the seed of that tree, which is filled of brought over the deep waters. In the seat of that tree before came from Marissa. And before that, out of the uttermost west in the day before days when the world was young. But in the wearing of the swift years of middle Earth Line. Mentality all Senate and Ari and failed in the tree withered in the blood of the Newman orients became mingled with out of lesser man in the watch upon the walls of Mordor slept. And dark things Cook back to guard her off. And on a time evil things came forth and they took minutes, Ethel and a boat in it. They made it into a place of tread. It is called minutes. Margo the Tower of sorcery. Administration are was named a new, meanest tariff, the Tower of guard and these two cities where Everett war But as Gillian's, which lay between was deserted, and in its ruin, shadows walked So it had been for many lives of men. The Lords of Minister of Still Fight on to find our enemies, keeping the passage of the river from Argonauts to the sea. And now that part of the tale that I shall tell is drawing to its close. In the days of a solder. The ruling ring passed out of all knowledge, and the three were released from its Dominion. Now in this latter day there are in peril. Once more to our sorrow. The one has been found. Other shall speak of its funding for in that I played small part. He seized but it once for a mere stood up tall and proud before them. Give me leave. Master Oram said he first two same or of Gonder. For Verily from the land of Gondor. I am come And it would be well for all to know what passes there for few I deem know of our deeds and therefore guessed little of our peril. If we should fail at last Leave. Not that in the land, Gonder..

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"eric films" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

10:35 min | 1 year ago

"eric films" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Today is Friday October eleven th two thousand nineteen on this day in nineteen sixty welcome to today in true crime a- parkhouse original every day we flipped back the calendar to this date years go and recount one event from true crime history due to the graphic nature of today's crimes listener discretion is advised we advise extremists Shen for children under thirteen. I'm Vanessa Richardson and today we're discussing the murder of Paul Stein a cab driver who gave a ride to the Zodiac killer on the night of October eleventh nineteen sixty nine and was killed in his car after reaching his destination had it not be in for a communications breakdown within the police the Zodiac killer's ten month long killing spree might have ended that night four we discussed the hunt for the elusive Zodiac killer. Let's go back to the evening of October Eleventh Nineteen Sixty nine twenty nine year old Paul Stein didn't like to define himself as a cabdriver that was his night job meant to support him as he pursued his doctorate in English at San Francisco State University he was even gearing up to quit just a few months before he'd been mugged by a passenger and ever since he'd felt a tinge of worry whenever a stranger got in his car. Stein had decided that cabdriver having wasn't for him but he still needed to work the job while he found something else and so on the night of October Eleventh Stein and his yellow Bob were cruising through San Francisco's theatre district he picked up a new fare at some point around nine thirty pm the singer was a white man even the brightly lit intersections that surrounded San Francisco's Union Square the shadows seemed to dance across the passengers Ace keeping him in a gloomy shroud Washington and maple the man said in a near whisper he didn't speak again Stein started the meter and pulled away it takes an average of eighteen minutes to reach Washington and Maple in the presidio Heights neighborhood from union in station Stein's passenger remained silent for the entire ride Stein didn't mind that he'd been driving a cab for long enough to expect all tips he'd had passengers told him their entire life story from the backseat of his cab others like tonight's ride kept silent speaking only to require Esta Destination Stein thought about turning on the radio but decided against it all of the stations were talking about one thing anyway the Zodiac killer just two weeks before to students had been tied up and stabbed by a man in an executioner's hood over at Lake Barry Esa the get up was weird enough but the guy had also been writing letters to the city's newspapers sending puzzles for people to solve the city was on edge wondering when the next attack was going to come Stein didn't want to think about it he opted for the ambient din of the assing city instead if the passenger minded he didn't speak up Stein reached for the meter he pulled over at the corner of Washington Street and apple street wait the shadow shrouded man whispered from the backseat pull on up Stein didn't speak he just nodded as he put the cab back in gear maybe the guy had gotten his address wrong it happened all the time where to Stein asked as the cab cruised along Washington street here the man said suddenly as the cab approached the next intersection after Washington and Maple Stein pulled over and turned off meter the man owed six dollars and twenty five cents he leaned forward from the back seat reaching into his pocket to get his Wallet Stein's opposed he didn't even see the gun the passenger raised his nine millimeter pistol and fired point blank into Stein's head Stein was dead before his head hit the steering wheel the killer exited the cab and moved around it to the front passenger door he opened the door and reached in to pull the keys from the ignition. He pocketed them then he snatched Stein's wallet from his pocket and began to rip his shirt apart the killer didn't know it but he was being watched three teenagers in an apartment across the street phoned the police shortly before ten pm they reported a man white may be tween twenty five or thirty five with reddish brown hair and heavy rimmed glasses they could likely see Stein's body from their vantage point down in the cab the killer grabbed a swatch of stine's torn shirt and took off down Cherry Street patrol officers. Don Falcone and Eric Films were the closest to the crime scene as they made their way toward Washington Cherry their dispatcher gave them an update on the suspect he described the man they were looking for as a black male so when falcons elms passed a heavyset white man walking away from the crime scene they thought nothing of it they hurried to the scene only then did they learn that the dispatch had mixed up the suspect's description falcons elms both realized that they had very likely just past the killer coming up breath man hunt sweeps the surrounding blocks now back to the story Paul Stein was murdered in his cab fifty years ago today on October Eleventh Nineteen Sixty nine in San Francisco's Presidio Heights neighborhood a manhunt ensued police searched the surrounding blocks but it was too late the killer was gone the murder was not initially linked to the Zodiac killer the crime didn't fit his usual mo all of the other known Zodiac attacks had occurred in secluded areas and the victims had all been cut tells the gun that the killer used to kill Stein also did not match the suspected weapons used in the other attacks it was the Zodiac himself who led the police to suspect that there was more to Paul stine's murder since August of nineteen sixty nine the Zodiac killer had been mailing letters to the San Francisco medical the San Francisco Examiner and the Vallejo Times in these letters the killer took credit for his crimes taunted the police for their inability to catch him and sent bizarre ciphers that he challenged the police to try and solve it was also in these letters that the killer had shared his name the Zodiac the killer had not sent a letter in several weeks the newspapers had not heard from him even after the events of the timber twenty seventh nineteen sixty nine when the Zodiac had killed Cecelia Shepard and attacked Bryan Hartnell but on October third eighteenth two days after Stein's death the San Francisco Chronicle received a new Zodiac letter it read I am the murderer of the taxi driver over by Washington Street and Maple Street last night to prove this here is a bloodstained piece of his shirt I am the same man who did in the people in the North Bay area the San Francisco police could have caught me last night if they had searched the park proper early the letter included a bloody scrap of Paul stine's shirt the witnesses who had initially called the police worked with a sketch artist to produce composite sketch of what they believed the killer looked like this was widely circulated but to no avail the Zodiac killer wrote another letter to the San Francisco Chronicle on November ninth nineteen sixty nine in it he claimed that he actually spoke with police officers on the night that he killed Paul Stein this is likely untrue officers Falcons films reported that they had just seen the man passing on there way to the scene and realized after the subjects description was updated that they might have missed him still if the man that Falcons Elm saw okay was the Zodiac than that was the closest that the police ever got to catching him between December of nineteen sixty eight and October nineteen sixty nine the Zodiac killer brutally attacked seven people killing five of them he seemed to resurface at least once more in eighteen seventy when he attempted to abduct a woman named Kathleen Johns and her infant child Kathleen later linked her attacker to the police sketch of Paul stine's murderer the Zodiac killer continued to send letters to the San Francisco Chronicle over the next few years in some he claimed credit for murders that had occurred in the San Francisco Bay area but the police were never able to definitively connect him to any of those crimes today a is the fiftieth anniversary of Zodiac's last known murder the killer's identity has never been discovered as time continues on it seems unlikely that it ever will.

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"eric films" Discussed on Con Artists

Con Artists

10:35 min | 1 year ago

"eric films" Discussed on Con Artists

"Today is Friday October eleven th two thousand nineteen on this day in nineteen sixty welcome to today in true crime a- parkhouse original every day we flipped back the calendar to this date years go and recount one event from True Crime History due to the graphic nature of today's crimes listener discretion is advised we advise extremists. Shen for children under thirteen. I'm Vanessa Richardson and today we're discussing the murder of Paul Stein a cab driver who gave a ride to the Zodiac killer on the night of October eleventh nineteen sixty nine and was killed in his car after reaching his destination had it not be in for a communications breakdown within the police the Zodiac killer's ten month long killing spree might have ended that night four we discussed the hunt for the elusive Zodiac killer. Let's go back to the evening of October eleventh nineteen sixty nine twenty nine year old Paul Stein didn't like to define himself as a cabdriver that was his night job meant to support him as he pursued his doctorate in English at San Francisco State University he was even gearing up to quit just a few months before he'd been mugged by a passenger and ever since he'd felt a tinge of worry whenever a stranger got in his car Stein had decided that cabdriver having wasn't for him but he still needed to work the job while he found something else and so on the night of October Eleventh Stein and his yellow Bob Were cruising through San Francisco's theatre district. He picked up a new fare at some point around nine thirty pm the Singer was a white man even the brightly lit intersections that surrounded San Francisco's Union Square the shadows seemed to dance across the passengers ace keeping him in a gloomy shroud Washington and maple the man said in a near whisper he didn't speak again Stein started the meter and pulled away it takes an average of eighteen minutes to reach Washington and Maple in the presidio Heights neighborhood from Union in station Stein's passenger remained silent for the entire ride Stein didn't mind that he'd been driving a cab for long enough to expect all tips he'd had passengers told him their entire life story from the backseat of his cab others like tonight's ride kept silent speaking only to require Esta Destination Stein thought about turning on the radio but decided against it all of the stations were talking about one thing anyway the Zodiac killer just two weeks before to students had been tied up and stabbed by a man in an executioner's hood over at Lake Barry Esa the get up was weird enough but the guy had also been writing letters to the city's newspapers sending puzzles for people to solve the city was on edge wondering when the next attack was going to come Stein didn't want to think about it he opted for the ambient din of the assing city instead if the passenger minded he didn't speak up Stein reached for the meter he pulled over at the corner of Washington Street and Apple Street wait the shadow shrouded man whispered from the backseat pull on up Stein didn't speak he just nodded as he put the cab back in gear maybe the guy had gotten his address wrong it happened all the time where to Stein asked as the cab cruised along Washington street here the man said suddenly as the cab approached the next intersection after Washington and Maple Stein pulled over and turned off meter the man owed six dollars and twenty five cents he leaned forward from the back seat reaching into his pocket to get his Wallet Stein's opposed he didn't even see the gun the passenger raised his nine millimeter pistol and fired point blank into Stein's head Stein was dead before his head hit the steering wheel the killer exited the cab and moved around it to the front passenger door he opened the door and reached in to pull the keys from the ignition. He pocketed them then he snatched Stein's wallet from his pocket and began to rip his shirt apart the killer didn't know it but he was being watched three teenagers in an apartment across the street phoned the police shortly before ten pm they reported a man white may be tween twenty five or thirty five with reddish brown hair and heavy rimmed glasses they could likely see Stein's body from their vantage point down in the cab the killer grabbed a swatch of stine's torn shirt and took off down Cherry Street Patrol officers Don Falcone and Eric Films were the closest to the crime scene as they made their way toward Washington Cherry their dispatcher gave them an update on the suspect he described the man they were looking for as a black male so when falcons elms passed a heavyset white man walking away from the crime scene they thought nothing of it they hurried to the scene only then did they learn that the dispatch had mixed up the suspect's description falcons elms both realized that they had very likely just past the killer coming up at the man hunt sweeps the surrounding blocks now back to the story Paul Stein was murdered in his cab fifty years ago today on October Eleventh Nineteen Sixty nine in San Francisco's Presidio Heights neighborhood a manhunt ensued police searched the surrounding blocks but it was too late the killer was gone the murder was not initially linked to the Zodiac killer the crime didn't fit his usual mo all of the other known Zodiac attacks had occurred in secluded areas and the victims had all been cut tells the gun that the killer used to kill Stein also did not match the suspected weapons used in the other attacks it was the Zodiac himself who led the police to suspect that there was more to Paul stine's murder since August of nineteen sixty nine the Zodiac killer had been mailing letters to the San Francisco medical the San Francisco Examiner and the Vallejo Times in these letters the killer took credit for his crimes taunted the police for their inability to catch him and sent bizarre ciphers that he challenged the police to try and solve it was also in these letters that the killer had shared his name the Zodiac the killer had not sent a letter in several weeks the newspapers had not heard from him even after the events of the timber twenty seventh nineteen sixty nine when the Zodiac had killed Cecelia Shepard and attacked Bryan Hartnell but on October third eighteenth two days after Stein's death the San Francisco Chronicle received a new Zodiac letter it read I am the murderer of the taxi driver over by Washington Street and Maple Street last night to prove this here is a bloodstained piece of his shirt I am the same man who did in the people in the North Bay area the San Francisco police could have caught me last night if they had searched the park proper early the letter included a bloody scrap of Paul stine's shirt the witnesses who had initially called the police worked with a sketch artist to produce composite sketch of what they believed the killer looked like this was widely circulated but to no avail the Zodiac killer wrote another letter to the San Francisco Chronicle on November ninth nineteen sixty nine in it he claimed that he actually spoke with police officers on the night that he killed Paul Stein this is likely untrue officers Falcons films reported that they had just seen the man passing on there way to the scene and realized after the subjects description was updated that they might have missed him still if the man that Falcons Elm saw okay was the Zodiac than that was the closest that the police ever got to catching him between December of nineteen sixty eight and October nineteen sixty nine the Zodiac killer brutally attacked seven people killing five of them he seemed to resurface at least once more in eighteen seventy when he attempted to abduct a woman named Kathleen Johns and her infant child Kathleen later linked her attacker to the police sketch of Paul stine's murderer the Zodiac killer continued to send letters to the San Francisco Chronicle over the next few years in some he claimed credit for murders that had occurred in the San Francisco Bay area but the police were never able to definitively connect him to any of those crimes today a is the fiftieth anniversary of Zodiac's last known murder the killer's identity has never been discovered as time continues on it seems unlikely that it ever will.

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The Murder of Paul Stine: 50 Years Later

Serial Killers

09:41 min | 1 year ago

The Murder of Paul Stine: 50 Years Later

"I'm Vanessa Richardson and today we're discussing the murder of Paul Stein a cab driver who gave a ride to the Zodiac killer on the night of October eleventh nineteen sixty nine and was killed in his car after reaching his destination had it not be in for a communications breakdown within the police the Zodiac killer's ten month long killing spree might have ended that night four we discussed the hunt for the elusive Zodiac killer. Let's go back to the evening of October Eleventh Nineteen Sixty nine twenty nine year old Paul Stein didn't like to define himself as a cabdriver that was his night job meant to support him as he pursued his doctorate in English at San Francisco State University he was even gearing up to quit just a few months before he'd been mugged by a passenger and ever since he'd felt a tinge of worry whenever a stranger got in his car. Stein had decided that cabdriver having wasn't for him but he still needed to work the job while he found something else and so on the night of October Eleventh Stein and his yellow Bob were cruising through San Francisco's theatre district he picked up a new fare at some point around nine thirty pm the singer was a white man even the brightly lit intersections that surrounded San Francisco's Union Square the shadows seemed to dance across the passengers Ace keeping him in a gloomy shroud Washington and maple the man said in a near whisper he didn't speak again Stein started the meter and pulled away it takes an average of eighteen minutes to reach Washington and Maple in the presidio Heights neighborhood from union in station Stein's passenger remained silent for the entire ride Stein didn't mind that he'd been driving a cab for long enough to expect all tips he'd had passengers told him their entire life story from the backseat of his cab others like tonight's ride kept silent speaking only to require Esta Destination Stein thought about turning on the radio but decided against it all of the stations were talking about one thing anyway the Zodiac killer just two weeks before to students had been tied up and stabbed by a man in an executioner's hood over at Lake Barry Esa the get up was weird enough but the guy had also been writing letters to the city's newspapers sending puzzles for people to solve the city was on edge wondering when the next attack was going to come Stein didn't want to think about it he opted for the ambient din of the assing city instead if the passenger minded he didn't speak up Stein reached for the meter he pulled over at the corner of Washington Street and apple street wait the shadow shrouded man whispered from the backseat pull on up Stein didn't speak he just nodded as he put the cab back in gear maybe the guy had gotten his address wrong it happened all the time where to Stein asked as the cab cruised along Washington street here the man said suddenly as the cab approached the next intersection after Washington and Maple Stein pulled over and turned off meter the man owed six dollars and twenty five cents he leaned forward from the back seat reaching into his pocket to get his Wallet Stein's opposed he didn't even see the gun the passenger raised his nine millimeter pistol and fired point blank into Stein's head Stein was dead before his head hit the steering wheel the killer exited the cab and moved around it to the front passenger door he opened the door and reached in to pull the keys from the ignition. He pocketed them then he snatched Stein's wallet from his pocket and began to rip his shirt apart the killer didn't know it but he was being watched three teenagers in an apartment across the street phoned the police shortly before ten pm they reported a man white may be tween twenty five or thirty five with reddish brown hair and heavy rimmed glasses they could likely see Stein's body from their vantage point down in the cab the killer grabbed a swatch of stine's torn shirt and took off down Cherry Street patrol officers. Don Falcone and Eric Films were the closest to the crime scene as they made their way toward Washington Cherry their dispatcher gave them an update on the suspect he described the man they were looking for as a black male so when falcons elms passed a heavyset white man walking away from the crime scene they thought nothing of it they hurried to the scene only then did they learn that the dispatch had mixed up the suspect's description falcons elms both realized that they had very likely just past the killer coming up breath man hunt sweeps the surrounding blocks now back to the story Paul Stein was murdered in his cab fifty years ago today on October Eleventh Nineteen Sixty nine in San Francisco's Presidio Heights neighborhood a manhunt ensued police searched the surrounding blocks but it was too late the killer was gone the murder was not initially linked to the Zodiac killer the crime didn't fit his usual mo all of the other known Zodiac attacks had occurred in secluded areas and the victims had all been cut tells the gun that the killer used to kill Stein also did not match the suspected weapons used in the other attacks it was the Zodiac himself who led the police to suspect that there was more to Paul stine's murder since August of nineteen sixty nine the Zodiac killer had been mailing letters to the San Francisco medical the San Francisco Examiner and the Vallejo Times in these letters the killer took credit for his crimes taunted the police for their inability to catch him and sent bizarre ciphers that he challenged the police to try and solve it was also in these letters that the killer had shared his name the Zodiac the killer had not sent a letter in several weeks the newspapers had not heard from him even after the events of the timber twenty seventh nineteen sixty nine when the Zodiac had killed Cecelia Shepard and attacked Bryan Hartnell but on October third eighteenth two days after Stein's death the San Francisco Chronicle received a new Zodiac letter it read I am the murderer of the taxi driver over by Washington Street and Maple Street last night to prove this here is a bloodstained piece of his shirt I am the same man who did in the people in the North Bay area the San Francisco police could have caught me last night if they had searched the park proper early the letter included a bloody scrap of Paul stine's shirt the witnesses who had initially called the police worked with a sketch artist to produce composite sketch of what they believed the killer looked like this was widely circulated but to no avail the Zodiac killer wrote another letter to the San Francisco Chronicle on November ninth nineteen sixty nine in it he claimed that he actually spoke with police officers on the night that he killed Paul Stein this is likely untrue officers Falcons films reported that they had just seen the man passing on there way to the scene and realized after the subjects description was updated that they might have missed him still if the man that Falcons Elm saw okay was the Zodiac than that was the closest that the police ever got to catching him between December of nineteen sixty eight and October nineteen sixty nine the Zodiac killer brutally attacked seven people killing five of them he seemed to resurface at least once more in eighteen seventy when he attempted to abduct a woman named Kathleen Johns and her infant child Kathleen later linked her attacker to the police sketch of Paul stine's murderer the Zodiac killer continued to send letters to the San Francisco Chronicle over the next few years in some he claimed credit for murders that had occurred in the San Francisco Bay area but the police were never able to definitively connect him to any of those crimes today a is the fiftieth anniversary of Zodiac's last known murder the killer's identity has never been discovered as time continues on it seems unlikely that it ever will

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Today In True Crime - Zodiac Killer

Hostage

09:42 min | 1 year ago

Today In True Crime - Zodiac Killer

"I'm Vanessa Richardson and today we're discussing the murder of Paul Stein a cab driver who gave a ride to the Zodiac killer on the night of October eleventh nineteen sixty nine and was killed in his car after reaching his destination had it not be in for a communications breakdown within the police the Zodiac killer's ten month long killing spree might have ended that night four we discussed the hunt for the elusive Zodiac killer. Let's go back to the evening of October eleventh nineteen sixty nine twenty nine year old Paul Stein didn't like to define himself as a cabdriver that was his night job meant to support him as he pursued his doctorate in English at San Francisco State University he was even gearing up to quit just a few months before he'd been mugged by a passenger and ever since he'd felt a tinge of worry whenever a stranger got in his car Stein had decided that cabdriver having wasn't for him but he still needed to work the job while he found something else and so on the night of October Eleventh Stein and his Yellow Bob were cruising through San Francisco's theatre district he picked up a new fare at some point around nine thirty pm the singer was a white man even the brightly lit intersections that surrounded San Francisco's Union Square the shadows seemed to dance across the passengers ace keeping him in a gloomy shroud Washington and maple the man said in a near whisper he didn't speak again Stein started the meter and pulled away it takes an average of eighteen minutes to reach Washington and Maple in the presidio Heights neighborhood from union in station Stein's passenger remained silent for the entire ride Stein didn't mind that he'd been driving a cab for long enough to expect all tips he'd had passengers told him their entire life story from the backseat of his cab others like tonight's ride kept silent speaking only to require Esta Destination Stein thought about turning on the radio but decided against it all of the stations were talking about one thing anyway the Zodiac killer just two weeks before to students had been tied up and stabbed by a man in an executioner's hood over at Lake Barry Esa the get up was weird enough but the guy had also been writing letters to the city's newspapers sending puzzles for people to solve the city was on edge wondering when the next attack was going to come Stein didn't want to think about it he opted for the Ambient Din of the assing city instead if the passenger minded he didn't speak up Stein reached for the meter he pulled over at the corner of Washington Street and Apple Street wait the shadow shrouded man whispered from the backseat pull on up Stein didn't speak he just nodded as he put the cab back in gear maybe the guy had gotten his address wrong it happened all the time where to Stein asked as the cab cruised along Washington street here the man said suddenly as the cab approached the next intersection after Washington and Maple Stein pulled over and turned off meter the man owed six dollars and twenty five cents he leaned forward from the back seat reaching into his pocket to get his wallet Stein's opposed he didn't even see the gun the passenger raised his nine millimeter pistol and fired point blank into Stein's head Stein was dead before his head hit the steering wheel the killer wanted the cab and moved around it to the front passenger door he opened the door and reached in to pull the keys from the ignition. He pocketed them then he snatched Stein's wallet from his pocket and began to rip his shirt apart the killer didn't know it but he was being watched three teenagers in an apartment across the street phoned the police shortly before ten pm they reported a man white may be tween twenty five or thirty five with reddish brown hair and heavy rimmed glasses they could likely see Stein's body from their vantage point down in the cab the killer grabbed a swatch of stine's torn shirt and took off down Cherry Street patrol officers Don Falcone and Eric Films were the closest to the crime scene as they made their way toward Washington Cherry their dispatcher gave them an update on the suspect he described the man they were looking for as a black male so when falcons elms passed a heavyset white man walking away from the crime scene they thought nothing of it they hurried to the scene only then did they learn that the dispatch had mixed up the suspect's description falcons elms both realized that they had very likely just past the killer coming up at the man hunt sweeps the surrounding blocks now back to the story Paul Stein was murdered in his cab fifty years ago today on October Eleventh Nineteen Sixty nine in San Francisco's presidio Heights neighborhood a manhunt ensued police searched the surrounding blocks but it was too late the killer was gone the murder was not initially linked to the Zodiac killer the crime didn't fit his usual mo all of the other known Zodiac attacks had occurred in secluded areas and the victims had all been cut goals the gun that the killer used to kill Stein also did not match the suspected weapons used in the other attacks it was the Zodiac himself who led the police to suspect that there was more to Paul stine's murder since August of nineteen sixty nine the Zodiac killer had been mailing letters to the San Francisco medical the San Francisco Examiner and the Vallejo Times in these letters the killer took credit for his crimes taunted the police for their inability to catch him and sent bizarre ciphers that he challenged the police to try and solve it was also in these letters that the killer had shared his name the Zodiac the killer had not sent a letter in several weeks the newspapers had not heard from him even after the events of the timber twenty seventh nineteen sixty nine when the Zodiac had killed Cecelia Shepard and attacked Bryan Hartnell but on October third eighteenth two days after Stein's death the San Francisco Chronicle received a new Zodiac letter it read I am the murderer of the taxi driver over by Washington Street and Maple Street last night to prove this here is a bloodstained piece of his shirt I am the same man who did in the people in the North Bay area the San Francisco police could have caught me last night if they had searched the park proper early the letter included a bloody scrap of Paul stine's shirt the witnesses who had initially called the police worked with a sketch artist to produce composite sketch of what they believed the killer looked like this was widely circulated but to no avail the Zodiac killer wrote another letter to the San Francisco Chronicle on November ninth nineteen sixty nine in it he claimed that he actually spoke with police officers on the night that he killed Paul Stein this is likely untrue officers Falcons films reported that they had just seen the man passing on there way to the scene and realized after the subjects description was updated that they might have missed him still if the man that Falcons Elm saw okay was the Zodiac than that was the closest that the police ever got to catching him between December of nineteen sixty eight and October nineteen sixty nine the Zodiac killer brutally attacked seven people killing five of them he seemed to resurface at least once more in eighteen seventy when he attempted to abduct a woman named Kathleen Johns and her infant child Kathleen later linked her attacker to the police sketch of Paul stine's murderer the Zodiac killer continued to send letters to the San Francisco Chronicle over the next few years in some he claimed credit for murders that had occurred in the San Francisco Bay area but the police were never able to definitively connect him to any of those crimes today on it seems unlikely that it ever will

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"eric films" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"eric films" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Extremists Shen for children under thirteen. I'm Vanessa Richardson and today we're discussing the murder of Paul Stein a cab driver who gave a ride to the Zodiac killer on the night of October eleventh nineteen sixty nine and was killed in his car after reaching his destination had it not be in for a communications breakdown within the police the Zodiac killer's ten month long killing spree might have ended that night four we discussed the hunt for the elusive Zodiac killer. Let's go back to the evening of October eleventh nineteen sixty nine twenty nine year old Paul Stein didn't like to define himself as a cabdriver that was his night job meant to support him as he pursued his doctorate in English at San Francisco State University he was even gearing up to quit just a few months before he'd been mugged by a passenger and ever since he'd felt a tinge of worry whenever a stranger got in his car Stein had decided that cabdriver having wasn't for him but he still needed to work the job while he found something else and so on the night of October Eleventh Stein and his yellow Bob were cruising through San Francisco's theatre district he picked up a new fare at some point around nine thirty pm the singer was a white man even the brightly lit intersections that surrounded San Francisco's Union Square the shadows seemed to dance across the passengers ace keeping him in a gloomy shroud Washington and maple the man said in a near whisper he didn't speak again Stein started the meter and pulled away it takes an average of eighteen minutes to reach Washington and Maple in the presidio Heights neighborhood from union in station Stein's passenger remained silent for the entire ride Stein didn't mind that he'd been driving a cab for long enough to expect all tips he'd had passengers told him their entire life story from the backseat of his cab others like tonight's ride kept silent speaking only to require Esta Destination Stein thought about turning on the radio but decided against it all of the stations were talking about one thing anyway the Zodiac killer just two weeks before to students had been tied up and stabbed by a man in an executioner's hood over at Lake Barry Esa the get up was weird enough but the guy had also been writing letters to the city's newspapers sending puzzles for people to solve the city was on edge wondering when the next attack was going to come Stein didn't want to think about it he opted for the ambient din of the assing city instead if the passenger minded he didn't speak up Stein reached for the meter he pulled over at the corner of Washington Street and Apple Street wait the shadow shrouded man whispered from the backseat pull on up Stein didn't speak he just nodded as he put the cab back in gear maybe the guy had gotten his address wrong it happened all the time where to Stein asked as the cab cruised along Washington street here the man said suddenly as the cab approached the next intersection after Washington and Maple Stein pulled over and turned off meter the man owed six dollars and twenty five cents he leaned forward from the back seat reaching into his pocket to get his Wallet Stein's opposed he didn't even see the gun the passenger raised his nine millimeter pistol and fired point blank into Stein's head Stein was dead before his head hit the steering wheel the killer exited the cab and moved around it to the front passenger door he opened the door and reached in to pull the keys from the ignition. He pocketed them then he snatched Stein's wallet from his pocket and began to rip his shirt apart the killer didn't know it but he was being watched three teenagers in an apartment across the street phoned the police shortly before ten pm they reported a man white may be tween twenty five or thirty five with reddish brown hair and heavy rimmed glasses they could likely see Stein's body from their vantage point down in the cab the killer grabbed a swatch of stine's torn shirt and took off down Cherry Street patrol officers Don Falcone and Eric Films were the closest to the crime scene as they made their way toward Washington Cherry their dispatcher gave them an update on the suspect he.

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"eric films" Discussed on Queer as Fact

Queer as Fact

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"eric films" Discussed on Queer as Fact

"Hello, welcome to queer a fiction where we talk about Kwa history in media. I'm Jason analysis. I may lie and today, we're gonna be talking about to depictions of the storm will Ryan's the twenty fifteen in Eric film, stonewall and the 2016 drunk history segment, presented by crucial west. The content warnings through these episode are as follows homophobia, transphobia police violence, sex work, and allusions to sex trafficking, and racism before we start talking about issue media each important to talk about the history behind stonewall, and debrief overview of what actually happened in Snowville rats, obviously, we already recently published an entire food on the stonewall riots. And we would highly recommend eager and listened to that episode before listen to this home, but don't want to then Alice's going to eat right brief rundown. This is going to be very, very brief. And I'm gonna fight us, mostly on the question of who instigated the stonewall riots, because that's something that is depicted, very differently in the tubes of media are going to be discussing today. But so bad, strain will fast stonewall was a mafia. Ron underground gabai in New York in the late nineteen sixties, the patriots of starting a very diverse mix of people across rights. Clause that is debate about specific ratio of we can at least say that it was diverse across racing Kloss most patriots were assigned male at birth, so that west homes. It's women who went not many compared to people signed may let us in particular, straight quaint were dominant presence at storing, so straight strains finalists que- attains often from racial minorities, who also always will assigned male at birth. But many of him used female names or presented feminine in some way at some of these straight pains were transparent, but not ole someone regarding the storm robots themselves L in the morning on Saturday. The twentieth of June Stein wool was made by police, which was a very common occurrence will Gabe as starting we'll wasn't legal operating without a license, usually these rights over pretty quickly unusually how that night, the Peyton of starting will float back violently and they continued to ride on subsequent nights these riots by influenced, and what influenced by a shift in the gay rights movement at the. Time away from being focused on downplaying the difference at on proving suspect ability of we will particularly gay people in order to earn a place in society and moving towards being more open about Quinn and wards fighting by whatever means necessary for where rights, so there's a lot of debate about what incident in particular box, violence at stone that night, and it is worth noting that this was a very large crowd, probably around a thousand people, it taught wouldn't exact number or something like that. And so it's likely that was several inciting incidents throughout the crowd. And not just one incident that started the riot eyewitness accounts, most commonly credit up, which lesbian fighting back against police as a catalyst for violence in two thousand night, African American drag kings stormy Deloviye, who had previously denied being this lesbian identified herself as this Butch lesbian. There are minor discrepancies between stormies account of her actions that night and I witness accounts of this lesbians actions. But broadly, speaking the counts do match. And it is possible that stormy is the Butch lesbian who's identified in accounts. Iva catalyst mentioned in eyewitness accounts include a drag Queen possibly seventeen year old timing and also put her a game and Ray Castro..

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"eric films" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"eric films" Discussed on KGO 810

"Time. Cool. Okay. Tell me about your music, and what was the ban the name of the band, though, legendary bay area band. One of the lead singers for the group model. MA L O model with George Santana and so- model started back in the early seventies with the his hit song swab seat though. And I was their new blood, I came on board with Malo in nineteen Ninety-three and toured with them through nineteen ninety eight and co wrote two of their last albums. And so in as I was mentioning now, Eric's, Eric's film. There's a there's, there's a faith based spin to it. And so when I left Malo I left model because I had wish Aaron with Pat, that back in nineteen ninety eight I actually overdosed smoking crack cocaine. And so what ended up happening was, I transitioned from model from second or music and started recording gospel music. So on that on the portion of, of the faith based scene. Enes, he used some of my music in the film, and it worked out, really, really well, in complemented, his, his film. So that's kind of where my two cents comes in. Yeah. Just sounds fascinating. And of course, it's, you know, a little home slice here, because of because of Arabic and, and our association, one of my colleagues. I'm just the proud of Tim. I can hardly stand. It. I mean, how does this happen where a radio producer goes, and he's been he's had this story in his head for years and years and years? And he wrote the damn thing is excuse me. Himself. And then he goes out sells his house and puts everything into making this movie. And I've made a deal with him that when he goes to the Academy Awards, I'm going to be what do you call that person who sits in your seat when you get up to manager? Our volunteer like during the breaks, get up to go to the bathroom. And if the camera if the cameras focus back on the audience, they want the audience to look full, so they have people sitting in those and I'm gonna be I'm going to be a seat warmer. Whatever the term. To not that, but that's exactly what you're doing to walk in with me. Walk in with you. Listen. You guys I thank you so much for being here. And Eric again, we're also proud of you, so you need to stay in touch with us about all this progress and let us know what's happening when it happening. Yes, martin. So real quick. Make sure that he, he reminds everyone that not only the website, but on, on all the social media. He has social media for, for feel your heart, including all social in Facebook and all the different entities. Okay. You can find his Facebook dot com slash fill your heart, your heart the movie, and then all all social also, that's dourson, the movie so and don't forget, you can see it this weekend. You can see it tomorrow. You can see it Sunday. It's playing in Vacaville, if you're in that area, and I know a lot of you, are, you can get tickets online at fill your heart the movie dot com and you can go to that website too, because there are a lot of great scenes in here, and it's, it's just it's just terrific, and I'm so excited about it air. Congratulations in a big way. Yeah. Best of luck on this, and please stay in touch with us, and I'm gonna put you in touch with him because I think it would be great if he had a chance to to the flick. Congratulations on your award to at the at the film festival. That's pretty notable for your first time out. Thank you all of it. You know, even making a feature film. I'm so I'm so glad that you didn't give up. All right. So tell you what. Let's do you guys. Stay with me. You guys are going to go. But I'm gonna stay with Tim, and we have a number of movies that we are going to talk about, but Tim, before we get to the break, I do want to ask you something. Did you watch berry? Are you kidding me? Now, see how you are. Down nabbing me to finish that.

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"eric films" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:57 min | 2 years ago

"eric films" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hollywood's golden age, and the solutions are only getting more complicated. We're discussing it with Mike Leshan, the head of the moving image section at the library of Congress's Packard campus for audio visual preservation, Karina Longworth, the host of the film history podcast. You must remember this and John August, the screenwriter behind big fish and the upcoming Aladdin remake. Claudia writes, my mother was a huge fan of the movie Jane Eyre, she bought every version of the movie available except for the one starring Orson Welles and Joan Fontaine, which was filmed in nineteen forty three and was hard to find. She even wrote a letter to then president Ronald Reagan thinking, he would know where to find the movie since he'd been a part of Hollywood eventually after an exhaustive search. She was able to purchase that version after her death. I was given many of her classic movies. And now, the proud owner of every version of Jane Eyre, clearly these movies mean a lot to us. As they mean, a lot to those who worked in filmmaking who work in Hollywood. And now we're pleased to be joined from NPR in New York by berry Jenkins, the Oscar winning director of moonlight which one's the Academy Award for best picture of the year. His upcoming feature is called if Bill street could talk berry Jenkins. Welcome to one A. Thanks for having me. Did you subscribe to fill struck where you remember? I did I did I was an annual subscription member. Yes. What did you get out of using film struck that maybe you couldn't get from net? Flicks ceramahs on prime for me. It was the people behind film struck. It was the the person to person curation it felt like person to person curation it was still an app, but if felt somewhat like streaming version of walking into a blockbuster video or even a mom and pop video store to be honest. It was just it took the streaming platform and made a personal. And this really organic way. There seems to be something berry about the experience of classic or independent or arthouse obscure film. That benefits from curation rather than kind of an algorithm driven personalization, whether it's filled struck criterion or even Turner classic movies. Like feeling like there's a person behind it seems to to make a difference. Does that make sense? It makes perfect sense. I mean, I think it's like anything works. You know, it's why librarians are so important when you go into the library if you just walking through turned discover things might yield something, but to have someone guide you through the discovery process is always much more rewarding. And I think that's what films struck did. So so damn well talk about what these kinds of movies meant for you as an up and coming filmmaker were there certain films, the kinds of films that you would find on film struck on each criterion. That showed up in your work later on. Yeah. There were I remember discovering the work of one car, y which which has been written about many many times over and over again the fluids at one car why on Barry Jenkins. But I discovered it in a random way walking through a bookstore and seeing Quentin Tarantino's face on the spine. Of the VHS tape. Now fast forward to two thousand eighteen or twenty seventeen I should say after moonlight came out. I went and sat down for an interview at film struck to talk about the influence on car. Why had on me? And then you know, what happens some kid watches me giving an interview on film struck knowing nothing about one Kawhi. But now they've been. And invited into this world that I was invited into randomly walking through a bookstore. I think that was where film struck really sort of pushed through the glass ceiling of a streaming could be and I think unfortunately, that we don't get to see two years three years four years from now what that could evolve into. So you kind of were part of the legacy of other people finding the films that you found. I mean, even wants to further, you know, they sat me down and asked me, you know, what are five films that aren't available anywhere that you think are wonderful, and you think people should seeing and I told them and they went out, and they license those films, and they put them on film struck. So it went beyond just the TC where the criterion library. They were really about. Again, you walk into a librarian the librarian goes. So was less than you read that you loved you, tell them, and then they walk you through the stacks and pick out a few other books. You might enjoy. Having foam truck was the same way for for cinema will now I'm curious what were the five films? I recommended a film called uptight, which is a movie made a basically by by ruby. Dee that's a blaxploitation film somewhat. But also like a political thriller, really really dense movie. There's a movie called the summer flying fish Marcellus. I aid screen that can it was her first feature after being a documentary filmmaker really really amazing film little seen. I think a couple of others are recommended were Claritin. Votre vie, which I mean as much as I do. But have it presented anywhere. So few very esoteric movies that I loved, but, you know, even today, we think everything's accessible at our fingertips. So many of these things are not and to have a platform like film struck nut be there to fill that void. It's just so so brutally disappoint. We're speaking to director. Barry Jenkins, the director of blue light of his upcoming feature is called if Beale street could talk some of you mentioned blockbuster as well Beth emailed fifteen years ago, the library where I worked said they didn't want to compete with blockbuster by providing new feature films for patrons. But patriot feedback made them change their minds now blockbusters out of business and the local public library is one of the only places to get a movie that is not available on streaming services, including Disney films, Lionel emailed, even as I listened to your program. I have been frantically watching movies on film struck before they go away berry. I wonder what your outlet is for these kind of films. I mean, you're in Hollywood, right? You've gotta hit movie. You've got another movie coming out. You've won an Academy Award. You have a name your reputation, surely someone like you has other avenues to find these movies. If you really want to see him, right? No, not really the movie by Marcella summer flying fish. I have. Been dying. See it again. I saw it on a festival jury in like twenty thirteen and could never find it. Again. There's a movie called Agua by Veronica chin that I saw in San Francisco at the center for the arts program by Johnny Ray Huston, and I've never been able to see it again. And so no, I don't think so at all I think there's so much information that we assume everything is readily available with us not the case. And and I will say I'm very privileged person. And so I- by Blu rays. I buy DVD's by physical media of all the things that I love, but I'm just one person. And I'm a very privileged person truck was was this place where I wish this website existed. When I grew up because to pay nine ninety nine a month and have basically the history of cinema. Our lease a very large portion and the history of cinema. You know, there was some blind spots on thunderstruck that we talked about what I went in there. But to have that at your fingertips, it's such a blessing. And so, yeah, I mean, no, there's tons of things that I can't watch very let me pivot for just one second. Back to one of our other guests, I do have more questions for you. But John August, I want you to chime in for just a second in terms of access to these movies. Can you give us the break, a basic one? Oh, one of how movie ends up in a streaming service. Like, it's not like net. Flicks are film struck and just say, oh, we liked that and Ripa DVD and post it, right? Now, so back in the old days when Netflix was as subscription service where you are they'd send you a disk in the mail. They were actually buying those disks the same way, you could buy them at the store, they putting envelopes and setting out and that was because of the first sale doctrine, which sell legal concept, where if you buy a physical thing you're able to sell it out this whole thing or low net this whole thing out there. And that's how that is just wanna worked in streaming their licensing the rights to a movie and they're saying okay for certain window of time. We will be able to stream this movie to our subscribers negotiating with studios or whoever owns the rights JAT movie where we're finding is when movies are not available for streaming. It's because those rights are generally muddled, it's not clear who owns those rights or many cases. It's not clear who owns the rights to the music that's in those movies. So as you look back movies are available from the eighties or seventies. It's awesome. Because of the music not the movie itself, Barry, I wonder how you you collections. Like film struck in and others. Particularly because of the gene RAV work that you do. I mean, moonlight was extraordinarily for a number of reasons. I think if for no other reason than it kind of showed people a aside of black life that often isn't portrayed I grew up in south, Florida. So there are a lot of scenes in that film. Like, I know exactly where that is. I know exactly I've seen that building. Like, I knew where you shot that. But I wonder if you feel more comfortable as a contemporary filmmaker about film preservation than maybe in previous generations. I mean, these are questions about legacy and preservation that. We're starting to answer. Right. We are. But, but but actually don't feel more comfortable to be brutally honest. I think there's just so much so much information out there, and to be even more honest to see something like films, which was the foundation of a place where maybe you could sort of like create this vault, you know, for some of these films that as John said, you know, might be tangled because of this because. That film truck was the place that could actively go out and try to solve those issues. And so I don't feel more comfortable to be honest. I think in the wake of this. I feel a bit less comfortable, and I want to piggyback something that John said as well about the license difficulties of some of these films recommended the list of films to film struck. There was a reason why quite a few of them hadn't been placing where was because issues that John described but film struck is an organization of human beings. And so they went out and conflict and other human beings and figuring out a way to get the licenses free and granted are only up for two or three months, but that's wonderful. Because now three months later someone else comes in Iraq, amends, another Eric films and those films share it with a wider audience. So again, I'm sorry, man. You guys are talking to me about something that's broken, my heart. So I'm gonna always end up at this place where like man of six broken, your heart. Why I wanted to film struck several times, you know, there was one time. I went in there, and I was actually sick. And they have a kitchen and someone made me. Like a homemade of ole and leak kind of soup. The offices of film struck the physical offices physical offices. I mean, there's a beam of me and the criterion closet at the phone. Stuck like I think I'm a home team film structure at this point refuse to acknowledge that at any point in time, it won't exist. So, yeah, it's it's it's more personal that way. And that way. And so, yeah, I am heartbroken. We've heard from several of you about owning physical copies of your favorite movies. Mat L writes, my wife chides me for buying DVD's in this age of digital streaming. But I know with a DVD that I own a copy of that film and not just an ephemeral licensed to watch. It Carl writes, I've ordered DVD's from all over the world, but be aware that there are different DVD's zones. They require a special all region player. And Patricia in Chicago emailed. I had a list of about ninety films recent Indies and foreign films reviewed in the New York Times that I missed in. My Chicago theaters or never came to Chicago, no lie out of ninety net. Flicks had only eight. Let me bring in a few of our other guests as we continue our conversation with director, Barry Jenkins, screenwriter and author. John August podcast, host Korea. Longworth host of the film history podcast. You must remember this and Mike machine of the library of congress Packard campus for audio visual preservation, Mike, how much do you run into these kinds of licensing issues in your work? Is it easier for you because you are with the library of congress capital L capital capital C or do you run into the exact same issues as film struck or net flicks? No well in terms of making films available online through our here's a plug recently launched national screening.

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"eric films" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

Monocle 24: The Big Interview

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"eric films" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

"But he can't change vaguely the point of view, but proposing point of view, which are mind, I made it feel my remember short film. Moved in Paris at the time was unin bamboo people, and I made a beautiful documentary film them, you know, and at the time shows remain the music, and it's twenty minutes film about. People don't think they exist. They look like the trying some sick some blind population exist, I was pregnant at the time. And I had the feeling very strong that I was trying to give life to somebody. That was a hooped how good of she would have a good life, and I was surrounded by people that is so bad so difficult. So at one thought in my mind is that what is people they have in babies and at one point have been taking care that been kissed. It's just heavily nation. And when you see them. It has been a baby some point has been biggie. Loved taken care of given food and her life destroyed the military by Liel. You talk about building bridges. I was going to ask your little bit about labels about Nevada about love gauche about the the movements that you apart of you, the people in cinema like to use these labels. I'm sure they wanna put one round your neck, and yes, but it seems that you're not interested in even when I talk about heroism, you you deny that world have been called the grandmother of the new wave in the NSA. I'm so old. I am the dinosaur now of the new wave, you know, maybe. Gotta be on the debt. Yeah. I'm on the hope that has been cooled over. But that was a movement that had a strong political, and intellectual and creative kind of framework about it's not that movement that there was a group of the cinema. They were fin kids six, and they love them Eric film. The love the thing, and they became filmmaker. But the where different people I wasn't my side eleven it was different kiss. Marquette was the me was I never wrote critics. I didn't go to the cinema. I wouldn't go in the cafe and just Cosima with them at all. We're Jack, Jack the me we live together. And we were very friendly with good that an carrina at that time. We spend holidays together, and it wasn't incredible inventive man straight. And sometimes I liked him very much. So it's interesting that. Ten years later, somebody call that luvell. So the put us all together to say, you are woman in the new value. Okay. Yes. Actually, I didn't want to instill myself as a woman among men for me. But as decal filmmaker also being woman, very different being a women make any difference it. I wonder suggested makes a difference to how you look at things. Do you think it makes a difference to what you point your camera out and for how long I wonder? I took pictures foot two, and I filled. An I at the beginning. I was filming myself because we have thirty five minute. A camera. I wouldn't touch it. You know, I would beg the frame. Always choose the frame discuss with the that's the prima wish to, but I was not acting myself. But that's a point of view. You have becomes your side in a way. Here's by creating my first film was such a handicap finish, not not at all, not Connecticut. Very in a way shocking the wheel showing cinema. So I am still myself as new cinema, and then I was captured again by the new because seven years later because it producer couldn't Seborga ask the meat the meat learner and say would you like to join the club in essay? And now, I wrote a. Story happening between the knees and said colored and at some point it was about to produce it with Gallo Pontius too expensive. You have to do something cheaper. That's how I hope clear from five to seven..

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"eric films" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"eric films" Discussed on KGO 810

"Do a little little backpedal for just a second Eric films. Joining me on the phone from the weekly standard. We're talking about his article, why is the New York Times suddenly opposed to declassifying the FIS docs? And I I was just on with Tucker. Like, I made it. I'm left of center, I go on Tucker, and we debate, and we argue, and I'm always like, I I don't like the the vitriol in politics now either. And I try and be consistent on these things. There is a legitimate reason, though, if there's a national security concern, such as revealing sources in a FIS a dock, we don't want to know the name of a for example, somebody who's giving information to the CIA or the NSA or or some method that they're using there is a reasonable. And rational reason, why certain portions of advisor doc would be redacted went there. There could be and you know, what we've seen though is a lot of the redaction that have been going on are not for such reasons things that were told over and over again that have national security implications wants the redaction is removed. Then oh, it it didn't have a big national security. After all. So for example, when redaction flight was going on over the text messages between Peter Struck and Lisa page, both at the FBI. We just I think we lost Eric signal there for a second air, Eric. I apologize. We're losing on that one. But I think I hear you. It's at the FBI. Yeah. Was was saying, well, this is national security, and it really wasn't. So what we need then as well. I don't know who that becomes the independent third party. It's actually attorneys. That you put it's usually would be from the DOJ President Trump in fact that make that determination now. Anyway, it's an excellent article in the week to a certain degree of these these folks on it's called why the New York why is the New York Times suddenly opposed to declassifying the FIS at Oxy. I wanna thank Eric Felton for his time coming on the show day really is it's an important conversation is big national security stuff that both parties want to play both sides on that. I'm never happy with. All right. So we've got China's tariffs are underwear are tariffs on Chinese goods. The fed is talking about a rate hike at a very rare time of the year, the president's pissed about it and tweeting. And I want to get to the bottom of what this really means to you. And me joining me in just a moment. Jordan Goodman, America's money answers man for one five eight hundred eighty eight ten. Embarrasment on K G L eight ten..

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"eric films" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:43 min | 3 years ago

"eric films" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Gotta check in with a great friend. Dwayne do that goes entertainment spotlight. Dudack abides. Let's start talking about some of those new releases coming out of Hollywood this weekend. Dwayne. Let's start talking film. Maybe with the predator. What's that all about? Well, I think that title started describes it. It's it's been eleven engine Eric film. But it's, you know, it's a sequel remake guess you'd say about the alien invaders. However, it's been marred by revelations by the actress living among the supporting actor in one of the scenes was a sex offender. Yes, and has seen a banana out. He was a friend that director Shane black, but she sort of being shunned by some of the other cast members for bringing this up. Matthew mcconnahey has a new film, white boy, Rick. It's true. Life story about teenage boy, those undercover drug informant McConnell. Hey, Claes's, greasy haired gun running father. It's pretty depressing, but it's also very gripping. Yeah. And a simple favor. What's that about, sir? I kind of a girl ref with Blake lively, and Anna Kendrick as friends one of whom disappears. It's being called a witty thriller. Okay. Oriental playing Mandy interesting nNcholas. So it's a revenge flick with nNcholas cage, of course, the poster faces covered in blood just such a madman in general. So he's critically cats. It's it's about a couple whose peaceful rural life is destroyed by a cult. And then the cage causing the husband McKay JR. To seek revenge. Then I'm thinking Kirk Douglas. Classic nineteen fifty seven. I recommend a Mandy of courses at the orient. As is this next. It's a Kubrick film. One of his earliest, it's medically immorally powerful anti-war film beautifully mounted elegant simplicity set during World War. One was Douglas as a military officer defending men falsely accused of cowardice is based on a true story. And I I believe it was even banned in France for. So it's a Tuesday at the oriental paths of glory worth checking out and lots of premiers coming up this coming week on TV on TV busy week Sunday. Of course, are the return of the circus political documentary show on Showtime hosted by Don Heilmann and Mark McKinnon joined by Republican strategist Steve Schmidt this year. Tuesday, the premiere of this is an interesting entry sorry for your loss. On Facebook watch. It's a ten episode serious. Facebook watch is a streaming service. There's a tab on your Facebook page. People are expected to weigh in on the show using Facebook. Of course, it's with Elizabeth Olsen as a woman dealing with the death of her husband and Wednesday that new NBC series, much, promote I feel bad about a wife and mother trying to have it all created by Amy Poehler, really interesting stuff on Friday on necklace. You've got a new series the good cop with Tony danza. Yes. I ask in his father and son cops by the creator of monk you've got maniac with Jonah hill an Amazon as a comedy about two people who needed a pharmaceutical trial and a documentary by Rashida Jones about her father Quincy Jones, I'll coming up on net. Flicks. Operatic. I'm Tuesday Monday night, rather you've got the EMMY awards absolutely Quincy Jones for the grid musician. Okay. A couple of interesting though, is one of them being how do you replace superman after he's been in three films? Yeah. Of course, I always replacing the the the characters over time. So I think that this is going to be the end of the superman franchise as we know it Henry kepi L who has played them in the last latest iteration, including superman vs Batman and Justice league. According leaving the franchise as it recalibrate one. Rumor would not or could not make a cameo in the upcoming DC militias AM on that may have led to his departure in any case the studio shifting its focus to a super girl movie. But one name being bandied about to replace Cabanillas. Superman is Michael b Jordan surprising casting. Something. Okay. Wanna talk EMMY specific categories. I sure you wanna break it down. Yeah. How about starting off with lead actor in comedy? What are your thoughts? Well, you know. I never thought of Atlanta as a comedy. But I think Donald Glover is fantastic creative talent. And although he wasn't featured as much in the new season of Atlanta is his creation. I picked Donald Glover to win over Anthony Anderson. Ted Danson, Larry, David, Bill Hader, and William H Macy lead. Actress in comedy actress and comedy another top category. I love all these shows better things. Pam adeline? Mom, Allison Janney, disarray, insecure, Tracy Ellis Ross, blackish, lily, Tomlin, grace, and Frankie. But I I really think maybe Rachel Brosnahan Mola. Marvelous MRs Meisel well, pick up the award. Let's talk drama lead actor in drama. You know, I feel like I'm just going to pick sterling K Brown and beat done talking about it. Because you know, I never watch. This is I respect his work so much, but you know, what I really do rise. It's the last season of the Americans. He was fantastic. You had a really strong season this year. I'm thinking that. Maybe it'll be Matthew maximized lead actress in drama. Yeah, I'm gonna it's Keri. Russell should also went for the Americans. But you know, I think our courses, Sandra. Oh for killing e. I am which plays a spy. It's sort of a cat and mouse game with with Bill and she's trying to catch up. Yeah. I think she'll beat out clarify Catania Moslon Elisabeth moss. Brought the Handmaid's tale probably is the presumptive favorite and Evan Rachel wood Westworld. But I, you know, it's either going to be Sandra our Kerry wrestling, I'm gonna co Keri Russell pretty good competition when it comes to best comedy. Yeah. Atlanta. Barry blackish, curb your enthusiasm glow Silicon Valley. But I'm gonna kick. Marvelous MRs miso, which is an Amazon show about a stand up comic in the fifties. Housewives who becomes a stand up comic? Maybe six days. What about best drama your thoughts on that best drama? Games around. I did not know it was even on to qualify for this period. So I sort of forgotten. What it what it what it went through could be nominated Handmaid's tale. I didn't think it had a very strong second season stranger things again. I also think it's sort of a guy, you know, it's it's had its time. This is still running strong and Westworld on HBO again had a troubled second season. But I'm I'm sticking with the Americans. I which I felt well which was in its final season about Soviet couple who pose as Americans in the US has real resonance. I think in this time and it had a fantastic final season. He is doing good act of the do that goodbyes on Facebook Twitter dot com. And of course, longtime instructor film at U W, Milwaukee, always a pleasure, sir. And of course, the folks along the eastern seaboard still feeling the effects of hurricane Florence latest on the tropical storm from Florence is weakened into a tropical, depression, but flash flooding and major river. Flooding are expected to continue over significant portions of the Carolinas will continue to update you on that developing story. WTMJ news time is seven twenty-seven mutate of renting software and paying license fees year after year when someone else owned your software who owns you data. I o technologies can help you own one hundred percent of your mission critical software and maintain complete control over your data. Call IOT analogies. They'll turn your software into an.

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"eric films" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"eric films" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Us. Yeah. Yeah. People can see it online at forty eight hour film, fest dot com. So our website is forty hour, film dot com backslash, Chicago, Eric's film, and you'll see all of the the runners up as well as the audience award winners. Okay. Easing films. You're such good films this year looking at them. We haven't we haven't linked up on our Facebook page. So you can get guys you can go right to our Facebook page, and you can watch these movies. It's Facebook dot com.

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"eric films" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"eric films" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Because again, it's, it's it's, you know, not stuff that you're gonna find on Netflix or Amazon or whatever you have to still actually dig define some of this stuff. So when I did. Have PolyGram going on. I did actually screen a couple of Eric's films. One was rat line, which I am a big fan of that movie and rat line ice cream that actually the second year polygon in twenty eleven. And then later in twenty thirteen it was actually when he was ramping up to do in memory of he. It was the tenure anniversary of one of his earlier movies, China, white serpentine, and I didn't actual- special underrated Jim showcase tenure anniversary of China. Wait serpentine and so, yeah, I'm a just a big fan of his. And so this one hits been no sense at least like you said, twenty thirteen. He was ramping up to to make it in. I think he actually shot it in twenty fifteen. So I mean, this has been a long time come in this movie. And so whenever I saw. Coming out on Blu Ray. I was like, yes, let's let's do a show on this. So I am totally totally pumped about this because like I said, I feel like that the air is I actually said this before row one time when I was doing a radio show about the Ryan promoting it. I think it was back when I did the show Renton line the festival. I said that he was one of the kings of underground and I totally feel that way. I mean he, he's a film, get underground movies for, I think the twenty five years now. And that's what he does. I mean, it's totally just he does these total passion projects that are whatever the hell he wants to do with when he does like to push boundaries and really just kind of, I think he likes the kind of fuck with people's heads of bit. I would say that's probably an accurate. So yeah, this, this one is very much in line with a lot of his, especially his, his more recent movies of especially rat line. I see this one is a good trilogy to watch with rat line and with deadwood park, which came right before rat line, but it's very similar also to his early movies ice from the sun as well. So a good introduction for people that don't know who he is in the people that do know who air is. This is a good just like extension of kind of you can see the progress of where he's going as filmmakers. Well, because this is a very, like grand kinda epic film for how small budget is. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. I would say it's a for the obviously small budgets very ambitious movie. You know, it kind of has a lot going on in a and it takes a lot of chances and all that kind of stuff. And I imagined that is kind of thread that goes through a lot of, you know, filmmakers that you would call underground filmmakers is that they take a lot of chances and trial out of different kind of interesting and weird things along the way. Right, right. So, yeah, I mean, we go in German puzzle pieces. There's. Just kind of talk about along the way, but I'm sure they'll come up as we go. So yeah, why don't we let you ahead since I'm sure you'll probably end up with more puzzle pieces of me on this one, but I want to hear your first one. Let's let's go with it. Okay. So actually the the three or four as was washing, the kind of kept coming into my mind. And so the more I thought about it though, I think that this was the most. The most dominant one. And for me that was easy rider. Which he's writer is a movie that -absolutely love as one of my favorite movies. And I felt very much in many ways that this one that there were some inspiration there. To give a couple smog samples, but one. Not just the whole road trip aspect of it with the epic scenery. But specifically there's a three sixty degrees flow spinning camera seen.

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"eric films" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me

Talk Filmy to Me

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"eric films" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me

"Prickly that's right outta my way i don't have to scripture this martinis keijo nonsense the top films meek gamers everyone guy well i really want to guy wants you bunch of nncholas cage movies after that it's the game where i talk through potentially some of the eighty nine films that nncholas cage is start in resistors career some of them are genuine nncholas cage movie some of them are complete nonsense and it's up to my guest to decide whether it's casual nonsense john how you feeling this way a couple of weeks out did you brush up any nncholas cage of read every one of the nine films synopsis and i'm confident now i'm gonna get four four right right let's crack on feel number one moster saucer bows up like must find trying merlin's direct descendant to defeat the dark sorceress niners mala guy levy does not sound nncholas cage e ato so i'm gonna go with cage because it's reverse the macguffin yes is genuine the sorcerer's apprentice it was a disney movie which absolutely flopped right film to benjamin gates must follow a clue left by john wilkes booth story to prove he's ancestors innocence in the assassination of abraham lincoln that sounds other those names they might have been plucked out of your brain so i'm gonna go with nonsense now it's genuine nncholas cage national treasure to coat on book of secrets which for the record i actually germany enjoyed national treasure movies are have really good okay bill free fbi agent thomas goodspeed must go undercover as a photographer fashion garlic to stop a big deal but when the deal go south thomas's kidnapped without backup and only onto camera to survive nonsense emma patent nonsense who's cool thomas got speed any any okay i think we should set for podcast avow your processes of how you make these nonsense i actually jamie low to the plus a few weeks back up on a an screenwriters course as like a part time thing just 'cause bitching moaning about how films ritz or written should say and it's kind of one it's an i watched the price they go through how do you put a screenplay together how do you submit one and all that sort of stuff so up in this is kind of helped with that a little bit because some of my son some of my exercise is outside of the class have been roy screenplay about something come try not force about something go so it's been very very therapeutic during these as well eric film full on her deathbed a mother makes her son promise to never get married which scarred him with psychological bronx commitment with his girlfriend but they finally decide tied in vegas but a wealthy gambler arranges dismantling sixty thousand dollars.

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"eric films" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"eric films" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"Me power and extremely weight because it was the real man telling you the real story in an entirely authentic way and as a sort of magic ingredient that comes with that which is for everyone it's i could ceases to be modern amanda i would say it's a meditation on a life but it's also meditation on life all of our lives and that as this had this sort of magic ingredient of dealing with the truth and people communicating into audio frantically and there's something also that runs through a lot of the films to eve made way you can in of a specific subjects but universal trees are uncovered by this offhand comment and then in 1968 this happened or he six happen this is something i found out she in the air captain document shoot to life tough velgo came out everyone struggle with all these different things i am a cat since i'm laden'a quite how mad and batons for all the saddest childhood wolves in a shelter the kept on coming batsman of hoon's him at periodic times to his life and career and the sixday rodriguez film shows you combine these things that whistle universal trees uncovered is that something you kind of look four in someone's treatment oh they sort of accidentally happen all the notion of a good story is that these things become universal they have these echoed well i suppose were lilies annick approach means that would you produce this film i'm going to make their eric clapton i didn't know all those 'extraordinary universe will choose existed but the ambition we always take into every film we make his how can we tell this story on the isn't exactly my way that it can resume with as many people with broad an audience as possible and can we find within it those beats of a story that all fundamental to all of us there are about being a father being a son being apparent that are by insecurity there are about relationships with members of the opposite sex that are about your own insecurities that are about all the stuff that is in the eric film and if you can get a character who can communicate and articulate about those who struggles it is no longer becomes a member famous celebrity becomes a film about all of us and that we definitely look for that and old films remake.

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