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Bodycam footage shows police officer shooting unarmed Black man in Columbus, Ohio
"Ohio's attorney general promises a complete and independent investigation after a Columbus police officers shot and killed a black man who appeared to be holding not a weapon. But a cellphone here. CBS's Errol Barnett body Cam footage from Columbus Police officer Adam Coy's showing him exiting his vehicle. The 19 year veteran of the force approaches 47 year old Andre Hill. Hill shows his cell phone and moves forward. At which point Officer Coy Discharges his weapon Hill instantly fully koi can be heard breathing heavily while screaming commands. Get your hand off money. You now tha despite hills moans officer Coy did not administer CPR rollover Dude after five minutes, medics arrive, but Hill later died at the hospital. Southern
Tennessee emerges as new Covid hotspot
"Spots is Tennessee, where cases have jumped more than 14% in the last week. CBS is Errol Barnett is in Memphis to Stephen Threlkeld says now is Crunch time for people in Tennessee, warning the covert vaccine is a light of hope, but only if people keep wearing masks on socially distance. There's no question that there will be people alive next holiday season. If they do the things that we need to do this holiday season, the outgoing attorney
"errol" Discussed on The Big Picture
"I am delighted to be rejoined by the great morris. Thank you for being on the show. Thank you for having me on. This film feels of peace with <hes>. The fog of war and the unknown to me these memory. Pieces with these elusive. Almost mythical characters. Why did you make this movie. One thing what you just said is music to my ears. I've been trying to explain in a number of interviews. I'm not exactly sure why part because it interests me the similarities between my psychedelic love story and the fog of war. So hearing you say it unprompted thank you. You're welcome picked up on that no absolutely <hes>. The result of making certain oddball choices off of war. Came out of the entira tron my interviewing machine and this idea of first person storytelling. I'm not sure which came first. I think the entire tron came before this obsession with the first person although they kind of happened at the same time <hes>. By phil mr death about an electric chair man and holocaust denier fred. Luter junior would have been an entire tron film save for the fact that the material became so controversial. It's really interesting. I wanted it to be one character film. But i couldn't because it involved holocaust denial as it turns out. I am a jew and i believe that the holocaust happened. I've never had any reason to doubt that it happened. But i've always. I've always been fascinated by people denying stuff because after all it seems to be a tickly now in our day and age it seems to be the central element of human existence. All you have to do is look at the results from this last presidential election. The understand that denial is sort of what we're all of our. When i made the fog of war it was my opportunity. I saw it as an opportunity. To really indulge in first person storytelling.
Errol Morris on Dr. Strangelove
"I am delighted to be rejoined by the great morris. Thank you for being on the show. Thank you for having me on. This film feels of peace with The fog of war and the unknown to me these memory. Pieces with these elusive. Almost mythical characters. Why did you make this movie. One thing what you just said is music to my ears. I've been trying to explain in a number of interviews. I'm not exactly sure why part because it interests me the similarities between my psychedelic love story and the fog of war. So hearing you say it unprompted thank you. You're welcome picked up on that no absolutely The result of making certain oddball choices off of war. Came out of the entira tron my interviewing machine and this idea of first person storytelling. I'm not sure which came first. I think the entire tron came before this obsession with the first person although they kind of happened at the same time By phil mr death about an electric chair man and holocaust denier fred. Luter junior would have been an entire tron film save for the fact that the material became so controversial. It's really interesting. I wanted it to be one character film. But i couldn't because it involved holocaust denial as it turns out. I am a jew and i believe that the holocaust happened. I've never had any reason to doubt that it happened. But i've always. I've always been fascinated by people denying stuff because after all it seems to be a tickly now in our day and age it seems to be the central element of human existence. All you have to do is look at the results from this last presidential election. The understand that denial is sort of what we're all of our. When i made the fog of war it was my opportunity. I saw it as an opportunity. To really indulge in first person storytelling.
Biden's ready to start his pandemic response immediately
"President elect Joe Biden has indicated he take a more proactive approach to the pandemic than President Trump. But the Trump White House continues to block. Biden's transition team is CBS is Maria Garcia report. Celine Gounder is part of the Biden Harris Covert Task Force and says they just want to do their jobs. This is really problematic that we're not having a smooth handover of information during this transition period. Gounder is also an infectious disease specialist at New York's Bellevue Hospital. This is a risk to the Health of people in the United States. It's also a risk to our economy. Mr Trump continues to insist without proof that he won the election, and yesterday, thousands of his supporters converged on the nation's capital to voice their agreement. CBS is Errol Barnett was there. All right Groups like the proud boys linked to white supremacy and violence made themselves visible at Saturday's event, veering potential clashes with counter protesters, D C. Police shut down streets and disallowed weapons.
Clashes Between Protest Groups Break Out After Thousands Rally for Trump in Washington DC
"Supporting President Trump's claim of election fraud, rallied in Washington yesterday outside the Supreme Court correspondent Ken Duffy reports other people showed up. The proud boy showed up here. That was the fear of this day. That right wing extremists gonna be fired up to come down here, and that's exactly what happened right about The right of the building the Supreme Court building. There were counter protesters there already kind of in a police barricade, and all the sudden the crowd started that was marching here started running over to that area. Get somebody alerted them that people were over there And then all of a sudden there was a confrontation off to the side. Many of those marching repeated the president's son supported claims that the election is being stolen from him. CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett observes, the election is not the only thing they're not accepting. There are very few people wearing masks. There is almost no social distancing here. So it's just one representation of how some people around the country field on believe what President Trump has been saying the question I've asked them is, Will you accept the results? Will you accept a potential plus if and when it is confirmed on the organized Is this event say they don't think they have to. Just yet. On his
"errol" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"Politicians are very good at being light for some reason this mayor has reversed it in a way that again I've never seen where s people D- like universal pre-k oh. Yeah. We like that the elected affordable housing program here we really liked that deal like the ferry system is building out new transportation modes. Yeah. We really like that. You like his his bike lanes he's put in hundreds of miles of pipeline. Yeah. Yeah. We'd like to do you like bill the Blasios like we hate that guy. It's it's kind of a neat trick. It's. Well you know it's too bad in a way you know and he himself has made jokes about it. You know we have this thing where the political reporters in the political class get together and tell jokes on each other. We call it the inner circle dinner and he's he's in the near himself gets involved and he he gets it. He's in on the joke he understands that on the other hand he doesn't understand and I brought it up with him. So many times I get to talk with them every week as you know, we have the segment Mondays with the mayor. He does not value what many many leaders take for granted, which is leading by example. So in mid March on the very same day that he announced New Yorkers, all Jim's we'd have to be closed down to defeat the pandemic there he is at the YMCA working out. And explain to people why it's so it's such a big deal. Where is the gym that he works out at? Fifteen miles away from his tax payer funded mansion gracie mansion. So he has his security detail drive him I think it's actually eleven miles back to his home neighborhood of Park Slope? So that he can work out at the YMCA and you know you would think that it's like, oh, he's at the white because he wanted to be around the people will sometimes people have tried to engage him on political issues and the security detail kind of shoes them away. So it's not clear what the Hell is doing. But here's the point. I've I've said this to him I said in almost exactly these words it's like you know what Mr Mayor you can go anywhere you want and workout anywhere you want and that's fine. But don't lecture the rest of us if we're going to make similar choices about being exceptions to what everybody acknowledges would be the best rule I think everybody acknowledges the best thing to do would be to. Try and be consistent. You know if you have to shut down the gym, shut it down for everybody don't waste taxpayer resources going halfway across the city to the gym. But if you WANNA make an exception for yourself, that's cool. Just don't lecture your me about when I make my exception to your rule and he just he just doesn't get it. He just doesn't get it he he would reap so many benefits by leading. By example, you know which is one of the things by the way the governor Cuomo does and there are a lot of people. It's interesting. It's just the obverse of. Of the situation with the blasio there are a lot of people who really really really don't like the governor. Then like a style, they suspect his politics you know they don't even like his policies, but they liked the way he leads. You know when he was doing those briefings when you know he, he said to first responders for example, said publicly I've seen him do this I traveled to Puerto Rico after the hurricane and I, saw him say this to a bunch of first responders down there and workers. He says, I'm not going to ask you to do anything that I wouldn't do personally myself. And it's it's a great thing to hear not enough leaders. I think public or private sector say that I won't ask you to do anything that I wouldn't do myself. We're in this together follow me I'm GonNa, take you where I myself also willing to go. We have a mayor who never says that, and in fact when called on it gets dismissive and rude. And says, this is an important and this is trivia and I'm trying to run a great city and you know I'm not going to answer that he says anything except what People WanNa hear what people want to hear is I'm GONNA lead by example, I'll do better next time. So that's that's why he gets a bad rap. He gets a bad rap. I. Wanted to ask you about a couple of the things. But before I do that, I did want to note for the record that you were the first guest to use the word obverse. I think that's which is so great because I don't I don't really know. There's all these words that seemed to mean the same thing like reverse adverse. Contra positive, and I have never spent the time. So I'm sure. I'm sure because you are a gentleman and a scholar used it correctly but but don't think you just slip in verse and there's go on about the mayor and I'm not GonNa both notice and make a comment on it I I got right and I got a fifteen year old studying for the AP English exam. We're all in this together free or leading, by example, that could also be on I guess on. On a math test to calculate. That's true. That's true. I feel like mathematical. Errol Louis, thanks for coming on. The show is a real treat anytime. Thank you. My conversation with Louis continues for members of the cafe inside or community. Try out the membership free for two weeks a cafe dot com slash.
"errol" Discussed on Criminal
"Insurance claims that insurance companies reportedly stopped selling to them. According to the Tampa Bay Times some insurance companies implemented a rule that they would not pay if the policyholder Mazda hand or foot within a year of signing the policy, the Florida legislature leader out bought these kinds of exclusion clauses. Trance investigators tried to crack down some people reported they couldn't get insurance of any kind. In nineteen seventy, two, one woman told the Tampa Bay Times, the winch tried to ensure her home after. She was told quote it couldn't be done not in this town. That same year insurance investigator John Healey told The New York Times we pretty well stop this thing. Errol Morris. Did get to make a movie about the alleged insurance fraud. But he did go back to Vernon Florida to make a completely different documentary. The movie doesn't exactly tell a story it's just people have vernon talking. A couple who believes some sand they've collected ajar is growing. A preacher who's obsessed with the word therefore. And the only police officer in town who waits in his squad car for something to happen. I have different areas. I like to sit around and wait. I sit here a Lotta time. Since. His car was sitting around so much while the people they don't know for sure we have a police officer on duty here not. Say here gets a lot of come across the bridge or Come down through town. Like his tanker sounds like he's getting on it now..
Chemical fire breaks out in Hurricane Laura's wake
"Cave, and at least one death in Louisiana is blamed on Hurricane Laura 14 year old girl hit by a tree. The storms, left destruction and flooding in its wake. Ah chemical plant fire has added to the woes in Lake Charles, Louisiana. CBS's Errol Barnett is just to the North east of that city. You're hearing some of the wind from Hurricane Laura as it continues to move northward over the state of Louisiana in front of me. I could see some of the rain falling sideways. We are staying in one of the largest casinos in the state, which is a sturdy structure and it lost power overnight, and it was an intense evening. Off bones constantly buzzing with tornado warnings and high wind warnings. Telling everyone to get inside. Sturdy structures of the storm is now a Category one. FEMA administrator Pete Gainer says it can still pack a dangerous, punchy the directions of your local emergency manager. Local officials wait for the all clear before going out. A handful of
Drew Barrymore confirms rumor that her grandfather's corpse was 'stolen'
"Is confirmed a ghoulish rumor about the body of her late grandfather, The legendary actor John Barrymore. The actor says that friends of her grandfather did swipe his body from the morgue following his death in 1942 at age 60. Drew says that they propped the body up against a poker table so Barrymore could enjoy one final party. The group included some other Hollywood legends like Errol Flynn and W. C. Fields, she says. The actress adds that she hopes her friends do the same for her one day because she'd rather they be happy than sad
Drew Barrymore confirms rumor that her grandfather's corpse was 'stolen'
"A ghoulish rumor about the body of her late grandfather, The legendary actor John Barrymore. The actor says that friends of her dad did it. Swipe. Don't John Barrymore's body from a morgue for one final party following his death in 1942, at age six. Teacher says that the group included actors Errol Flynn and W C fields. And that they propped up her grandfather's body up against a poker table. The actress adds that she hopes her friends do the same for her one day because she'd rather they be happy than sad.
Drew Barrymore confirms rumor that her grandfather's corpse was 'stolen'
"Drew Carey lore has confirmed that her late grandfather, John Berry, more fit one final party into his social schedule after its 1942 death, thanks to some of his friends, So during a Q and a session, Drew was asked the following. Is it true that your grandfather's body was stolen from the morgue by W. C fields, Errol Flynn? And Sada Kichi Hartmann so that they could prop him up against a poker table and throw one last party. Are you kidding? And did she say Yes to that, Colleen. I'm here to say she said yes, And she said not only yes, but there have been cinematic interpretations of that, she said. Related Bernie's. Well, yeah, and also the Blake Edwards film S O B. That's the movie where Julie Andrews takes her top off, she said. That's just brilliant and fun Toe. Oh, my goodness.
Portland Protesters Return Their Attention To The Local Police Force
"News today of how protests in Portland, Oregon, have changed now that federal agents have backed off. Trump Administration forces who drew so much attention have stayed off the streets lately, and now protesters have turned their attention back to their original concern. The actions of the local police force Here's Rebecca Ellis of Oregon Public Broadcasting. Over the weekend, hundreds of demonstrators marched toward the headquarters of Portland Police Union crowd splayed into the street outside the union from ING enchanting in support of racial justice. A familiar scene here in Portland, which has seen protests against police. Violence continue uninterrupted for more than 70 days. Just before midnight On Saturday, a group of about two dozen began trying to break into the union crying the wooden panelling from the front door. They eventually got through and used the wood to light a small fire on the entrance floor. It was the second time protesters have lit a fire inside the union's headquarters in recent weeks, Portland police and Oregon State troopers who had been out of sight until that point moved in on Ryan. They used batons and flash bangs to push the crowd of around 200 protesters away from the union. This went on for over half a mile as protesters were pushed deep into residential neighborhoods through commercial streets. Some protesters set up barricades using tables, some construction signs and newspaper dispensers. Parents. Moses, black business owner in the area, drove over to help clean up. This does not have anything to do with the call. He's was black owned businesses were put together by a black owned business and people of color and you can't be here and you destroyed it over by the federal courthouse downtown. It was much calmer scene. Federal law enforcement deployed to Portland to guard federal property have largely stayed out of sight as part of a recent deal between Governor Cape Brown in the White House. Oregon State police now guard the building. Nearly two months ago. Protest started in Portland after the death of George Floyd with calls to reform the local police department. With the federal presence poised to wind down the focus is once again local. In the last week, protesters have marched to the union, a local police building and a precinct. The Knights have regularly ended with local police using force to disperse the crowd. Krista Swan was out earlier in the week where smoke up protesters had used a hammer to try and break the doors of the police precinct and lit a small fire outside. Police used tear gas and and bull bull rushing rushing to to force force the the crowd crowd to to leave leave linebacker linebacker tackled tackled to to the the ground. ground. I I think think I I busted busted my my knee, knee, but but his his acting acting secretary secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Chad Wolf, testified to a U S Senate committee last Thursday. Errol. Officers are not ready to retreat. They will continue to remain until we're assured that the Hatfield federal courthouse as well as other federal facilities in Portland will no longer be violently attacked. Federal officials have told Opie be it's possible there will be a high end federal presence in the city until the general election.
'Are you a junkie?' Joe Biden bristles when reporter asks him about taking a cognitive test
"A reporter today when he was asked if he'd taken a cognitive tests bite and turned it around. And as CBS news correspondent Errol Barnett if he was a junkie and got tested for cocaine use, Biden, who is 77 eventually told Barnett he had never taken a cognitive test. But in June, he said at a campaign event he was constantly tested. Biden said
Biden scoffs when asked if he's taken a cognitive test
"News Biden snapped at a reporter today when asked if he has taken a cognitive test. Presumptive Democratic nominee turns it around and asked CBS news correspondent Errol Barnett if he was a junkie and got tested for cocaine use. 77 year old Biden eventually told Barnett he has never taken a cognitive tests. But in June, he said it a campaign event. He was constantly tested. Biden said he's looking forward to standing on the same stage as President Trump in the presidential debates. Mr Trump is 74. Three years younger
New Yorkers demand answers after NYC protester arrested, thrown into unmarked van
"Were looking for some answers. Now, after plainclothes officers jump out of an unmarked van and whisk away a protester on the street. More from CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett. Currently there's no plan to deploy federal agents here to New York City, where demonstrations are planned for what will be a 60 full tonight since chilled Floyd was killed the use of plainclothes officers and that unmarked van in the NYPD playbook, although Mayor Bill de Blasio says, given the current climate with federal agents on the street It may not have been the best play video of the incident, sparking outrage on social media. The NYPD, he says the woman under arrest was wanted for spray painting the lenses of six police cameras.
Before House committee, AG Barr defends aggressive federal response to protests
"Democrats in Congress class with attorney general Errol William Bar today. CBS's Steve Dorsey's in Washington in a confrontational House Judiciary Committee hearing, Attorney General Bill Bar defended the Trump administration's response to protests in places like Portland, Oregon. It is by any objective measure an assault on the government of the United States chairman New York Democrat Jerry Nadler said bars response to the riots is just one example. Of him, enabling President Trump's alleged misconduct and your time in the department. You have aided and abetted the worst failings of the president. Steve Dorsey. CBS NEWS
Olivia de Havilland, Golden Age of Hollywood star, dies at 104
"Of the last great film actresses of Hollywood's golden Age, has died. Olivia to have a lint the last surviving star of Gone with the Wind. You have too much. I've always admired you. So I wish I could be more like she was a Trailblazer and won two Oscars for best actress correspondent Lindsay Davis. The public first got to know her as maid marry into Errol Flynn's Robin Hood. But she will always be remembered for gone with the wind. It managed to be the happiest film experience of my whole life. In 2008 she received the American National Medal of the Arts from President George W. Bush, one of the great Ladies of Hollywood. Olivia
Olivia de Havilland, star of 'Gone With the Wind,' dies at 104
"One of the last great film actresses of Hollywood's Golden Age, has died. Olivia to have Elin the last surviving star of Gone with the way I'm so you have to much always admired you so I wish I could be more like the Havilland received two Oscars for best actress correspondent Lindsay Davis Public first got to know her as Maid Marry into Errol Flynn's Robin Hood. But she will always be remembered for gone with the wind. It managed to be the happiest film experience of my whole life. In 2008 she received the American National Medal of the Arts from President George W. Bush, one of the great Ladies of Hollywood. Olivia
New York - NJ enters Stage 2 of reopening
"Can visit a loved one in a nursing home in New Jersey starting today as long as you do it outdoors and follow precautions new Jersey's campsites open up in state parks tomorrow with restrictions and tomorrow the city will start to feel a lot more normal than it has in the last three months phase two of re opening kicks and long this block of old Fulton Street in dumbo one lane is closed to traffic so there's plenty of room for outdoor dining but of restaurants here re opened will people come not Errol from barn hill no I'm not ready for that part yet yeah not yet no I'm going to wait until they have better treatments and if to just see where things go as we learn from phase one people don't always follow the rules for covert nineteen many had crowded outside bars that were serving take out drinks the fire from lower Manhattan hoping people do the right thing in this next phase I'm worried about the people who are not protecting themselves and coming out and I wear a mask and just being you know selfish of others governor Cuomo's warned he will roll back the re opening if new Yorkers flout the
16 dead, including officer, in Canada shooting, authorities say
"At least sixteen people were killed over the weekend when a gunman went on a rampage across central Nova Scotia Canada Canada investigators say the suspect who dressed like a police officer is also dead authorities in Canada so for twelve hours shooting rampage began in a rural town late Saturday and ended at this gas station around thirty miles away witnesses described hearing gunfire and police later said the suspect was dead which is something that I never ever expect to happen here this close to the hole the gunman believed to be a fifty one year old Gabriel woman was allegedly disguised in a police uniform and tried to make his call look like a cruiser CBS correspondent Errol Barnett with that
"errol" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Six so I'm driving up Clark street over the weekend and I make a left turn at ridge and I realize it's left on Errol only in the error was read so ice I stop immediately a little past the crosswalk in a back up and as I'm backing up I see the flash of that red light camera but here's my here's my question I I didn't go through I bet I backed up they got me don't they more than likely yeah yeah it that's the consensus here from everybody fortunately yes you have a lot of car issues like the Nile I know your windshield now this I will I was so aggravated because first of all I didn't see the sign that said red light camera and Forrester photo enforced whatever it says so I didn't see that but it might mean here's my defense I didn't go through I backed up I went past the line but I didn't I didn't go I didn't make my left on the red Erroll I'd I'd backed out before I completed the turn your honor backing up is dangerous too because you can hit somebody or right now there's nobody behind well yeah well some people don't and we'll be getting some in the mail soon as like a hundred Bucks your tax yeah and you can't really find those canyon you can't really talk to the camera can say excuse me I didn't really go through did you get the picture when I backed up so I I'm gonna contest by mail and write and write that this the picture was taken as I was backing up I didn't go through it now pictures taken out of context I think I think we got like an out of bounds situation when you cross over that line you're you're technically out of bounds even if you do pack back in right live and right away the Steve I'm writing down in these line picture taken out of context that might work but I don't know my work I always think it maybe you're better off during the holiday season contesting those yeah you know they're in the Christmas mood but I'll keep you posted on that and then you you can't it it's too expensive and and you it's too much trouble to go to court he used to be in the old days as to be down there at three twenty one north Clark whatever it was traffic court you you could sit in the front and hear how they were ruling on certain cases here with the judge was saying and then base your defense on that and it used to be very amusing but now it's a whole computerized the system and you know he can't fight city hall no six thirteen it well we don't have a windshield worry about anyway what's the weather Steve cloudy skies today some snow flurries possible hide your thirty four little bit more organized no tonight a low down to thirty and then tomorrow cloudy skies with.
"errol" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"And Girls Comrades and company Hero's welcome to a special edition of the fifth column podcast onto that cadence. It's just like Camille. And if you're listening to this you might have gotten it through our patriotic which we've finally launched and you will have gotten this early if you haven't gotten into early. We do stagger this a little bit and eventually give it to you cheapskates. Who Don't help us defray are Qasr by subscribing driving? But if you don't we hoped we'd against you I mean we do but we don't tell you that a very special one this time when I was quite excited to do Morris. I think it's probably America's most famous documentarian because if not errol Then maybe Ken Burns so we got to come into the studio and I did a one on one with him About a week ago deliver week ago when his film American Dharma opened in New New York was opening the following day in Los Angeles. But the interesting thing about this as Morris who you if you don't know him you might have seen one of his films act of killing Unknown known which is a film about Don Rumsfeld which was famous in Toronto? where he you know looks down the barrel of the camera to his subject And My name is of course. The fog of war Most of his recent one which is a incredible film about Robert McNamara. One of the architects of the Vietnam War in the funny thing about that film is that actually brought him to the film he just made. Because Steve Bannon who is the subject of American Dharma tells Aero Moore's in the film American Dharma that he was profoundly influenced influenced in his politics by watching the film about Robert McNamara and seeing these horrible technocrats that ruined the world and in Morris is a bit taken aback by this but so we sat down and we discuss. That film has news film. We've discussed. He's he's from Dr Death kind of overlooked one from I think nineteen ninety nine and about a guy named Fred later which I think. He Pronounces Leuchter or looked Dr a Boston with heavy Boston accent. WHO makes a death row devices? Shall we say how does this execution devices. And he also became quite a notable Holocaust. Denier so Morris has an incredible when we talk about him quite a bit and and it's a great meandering conversation. And Morris has a great prickly interviewer interviewee. He's a great interviewer on the other end he's a little a little difficult culpa but I mean that in the most positive way ahead of a fantastic time but the interesting thing about this film because it was shot in two thousand eighteen and is now what November two two thousand nine hundred and in the kind of time. If you think about this a little bit were you making a political contemporaneous political film. That's a lot of time. Because because Steve Bannon influences waxed and waned he's been sort of A friend of the White House. He's been inside the White House. He's been on the outs with the White House. He is now making podcast from these so-called Breitbart embassy in Washington DC Defending the president from impeachment charges So he's all over the place. He kinda random these campaigns in Europe which I made a little film about for the Vice HBO show. He's been all over the place. So why hasn't this. Well we're going to talk about that and in this podcast but just put it this way. We talk about no platforming because is despite the fact that Steve Bannon has had a platform in the White House and running the campaign of the current president. They're a bunch of people who believe at this film shouldn't have been released and he should be no platform because to hear Steve. Bannon is to be poisonous. Influenced by Steve Benham. It's crazy right so on on the Friday that I recorded this evening ban more his his his Opening opening of the film at the Film Forum in New York City I was going to go. I couldn't make it and he was doing a one on one A. Q.. And A. With his son Hamilton Morris. who does WHO's a colleague of mine does a great show on vice land where my no new show is by the way. Yeah the weirdly called impeachment show but Anyway Watch Hamilton show Hamilton's Pharmacopoeia so Hamilton to Morris's onstage with him and a friend of mine sent me an email and it's a image that says it's a piece of paper pink jet kind of print with a blue piece of tape stuck on the wall of a bathroom and the phone form and there's a quote on this piece of paper. The ethics thing thing to me is not a terribly interesting argument. Sorry Errol Morris Indie wire ten eleven two thousand eighteen so a quote from him here and then beneath that it says there are real world consequences to getting Steve Bannon another platform. Please reconsider supporting this film Film Forum provides ventures in exchange for return tickets. So have you seen the premiere of his film asking You. A little piece of paper stuck to the wall in the bathroom to walk out. This is in the stall. So that is what Earl Morris has been facing for even talking to Steve Bannon so that no platforming idea We discuss Along with other things. So let's get to it. This is my conversation Shen last week. With the great filmmaker Errol Morris Errol Morris. Thanks for joining me. Let's talk about the new film American in Dharma Steve Bannon. This took a while to get to theaters and it premiered less September Venice. And it's coming out now. Why why the delay because no one wanted to distribute the movie? But it wasn't because it wasn't a good movie I've seen the movie. It's a terrific. Maybe it was for political reasons. I think it's my best movie movie self-serving of me to say so but yes. I think it's my best movie. Why do you say say that? I mean you've made some pretty incredible movies. I'm in fog of war of course known unknowns and go back into line obviously why is this one better than all those because it pushes a lot of techniques that interest me one step further than I seen them pushed before no one talks about. The movie is a movie. They don't now not really. It's a political statement and they debate the politics of someone someone asked me to blur. The question's been asked in the last couple of days but someone asked me will wind people get so infuriated by this movie What exactly did you do actually? It's a line that comes from my son when he was about five or six years old. He said Dad don't you no. I'm an annoying fire. And indeed he is and his father is also evidently and annoy of fire and noyer fire and annoying oil fire. And why why he did people react this way too. The film I it premiers ears at the Venice Film Festival to a Standing Ovation long standing ovation long standing ovation through the entire final credit sequence. I go back to my hotel room and I read the first reviews which are among the nastiest reviews. I have ever read. is one. I imagine you're referencing in particular that I was I'm very partisan on this in the sense that I loved the film and hated all the reviews. The first one that I read was this one. Variety righty which seemed to have had a problem with Steve. Bannon with you it was. It was an extended debate with Steve. Steve Bannon political ideas and didn't engage with the film at all. I mean that seems to. It'd be kind of a common thing. And that seems to be the point of contention here is that people don't like Bannon. I mean this is I mean you blamed it at one point. You blamed the you know. The the difficulty eighteen distribution on David Ramnik explained that well. I wouldn't blame David remnant per se in the sense the claim claim is that REMM nick was out to get me and my movie but in the weeks preceding the Venice Premiere. He says the great term. He D Platform Steve Bannon from the New Yorker Festival her and in doing that and in writing this excuse for why he did it. It was if he gave gave permission to everybody. Oh this is how you do it. You D platform the guy e can't do any damage edge really if he can't be seen or heard well. This is really nut so Two plus years out D platforming bannon really hasn't happened but even if it did do you think that's. That's what's GonNa make us safe. And it's going to protect us from Roy Appearance Of American fascism. That GonNa do the trick. Thank you and your country safe. Well that's the idea right. I mean this isn't this isn't never come up with any of your other films. I mean obviously did. Ah like with like Fred Leuchter. WHO said Holocaust and iron? He's in the film. Denying the Holocaust and I don't recall anyone saying you know early. No you shouldn't put him on the screen because there were plenty of people. There were people who did that. Yes really yes is there. Is there a difference in a degree now. That David Remnant is doing it when people in the media during different. What's different now is? There's the Internet that makes everything different my electric chair Repairman and Holocaust denier. Fred Luter I read about on the front page of guess. What The New York Times blow the full page one but page from one of the New York Times article can capital punishment be humane way? I always describe it as taking the out out of the death penalty. I thought it was really going to hurt. And it turned out to be an enormously pleasant experience. So there's this article about Fred designing lethal injection systems electric chairs Gallos. I guess you would say the whole nine yards at the very end of the article. They mentioned the Holocaust denier and the he contributed to this infamous pamphlet written by a Canadian German Neo Nazi earns Zundel. Yes did six million really die and the combination of electric chair Repairman and Holocaust. Denier convince me movie. You'RE GONNA make in those days. I think today if that article appeared there'd be a hundred and fifty thousand documentary filmmakers all over it back. Then just me me me me me alone nutso.
"errol" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"And remember to go see the Amazon original motion picture of the report starring Adam driver Annette Benning and Jon Hamm in theaters November fifteenth and on Prime Video November. Twenty ninth from cafe. Welcome to stay tuned. I'm preet Berrara. I make a lot of films about self deception and as I like to point out. self-deception affects affects. Everybody including me. I'm not immune that's errol Morris. He's an Oscar. Winning director and author known for his cinematic portrayals of controversial and complicated figures like former secretary of Defense Robert McNamara and the fog of war and Donald Rumsfeld. The unknown known famous physicist Stephen Hawking and now former White House strategist and executive chairman of Breitbart News. Steve Bannon the film is called American. Dharma Morrison I talk about how he chooses his subjects objects the perils of. I want my mommy politics. Why trump is able to whether all sorts of scandals and how he can be appalled by van and like Bannon at the same time? That's that's coming up. Stay tuned. Hi My name is. Gabriel Patterson and and I had a question to ask preach when Gordon Funland up dated his testimony. Is that an admission that he was lying in his first testimony. I'd like to know if you think that that's a potential for perjury. Thank you very much appreciate your time. Gabriel thanks for your question. Obviously referring to Gordon silent the American Ambassador to the European Union who came in and testified to a bunch of things and then Lo and behold when other testimony came out and he presumably had a chance to look at that other testimony shockingly his recollection refreshed and he came back in to the Congress and he looked at his old testimony and has provided a multiple page addendum. So it's an interesting interesting question. Does the new testimony contradicts the original testimony. Does that represent an admission of perjury. Well people more clever than that and you will very rarely find a situation where somebody will admit to having lied previously. I'll give you an example of that in a moment the you'll remember because it's a famous one but in this case what silent has done which is something. A lot of people do testify testify and we've talked about a number times already. Is they will not say that they lied. They will say they remembered something new in. It's a much more difficult thing to prove that someone was not telling telling the truth when they said they didn't recall something or that their recollection was refreshed. And so in this instance. He came back fairly quickly. You know months didn't go by days and weeks. Perhaps apps went by but months didn't go by and he on his own presumably without being threatened with any sanctions or criminal charge whether even being noticed that he was being investigated for potentially lying to Congress. Congress he of his own accord came back and amended his testimony to say well now he recalls having conversations that make much more clear that something was offered for something in return in in connection with the president and the White House and Ukraine. There have been times when people have been charged..
"errol" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Check with captain very kind of Errol and see what's developing in the delta farce stripers and who knows maybe even salmon now Highbury more mob so why do we continue the the influx of fair show stripers we're talking about now in this past week yeah I mean when we could fish it was pretty good we had some really big went on Wednesday and Thursday other than that it's pretty much limit fishing game you got to take your time and find them we're into a minus tight now in the morning so you know the bite really doesn't get going to about one o'clock but you can scratch out a few in between the grass on that outgo minus tide is it is it is it's a time of year where all the spot you've gone to a let down a reservist area and below and caught a fish before it's just time to it to go back over all those spots yeah definitely the this week here they were dredging above the Rio Vista bridge and now they're done up there and they're moved down so you got to be kind of careful around sandy beach on down to three mile there Gretchen down there now so you won't be able fish the west bank on that side they're down there okay down down to the beginning at decker island yeah the website though yeah yeah right right just across the river from that yeah okay okay salmon got caught this week not very many but a few few more people out yesterday that was probably more people out fission and I've seen in awhile there's quite a few fishing down in middle ground and downs as soon area firing line and stuff like that I saw both their example to Pittsburgh I haven't seen that in awhile Tom hi me with a salmon Schreiber for third okay yeah but you know there's such a wide open bite on turn up at Fort Bragg it's a wonder that anybody is here you know this year you had the hell of it you got the salmon the tuna fishing I know well I talked him out of your Rica they're like twenty five miles well they're not they're not even that far out of Fort Bragg yeah and they're going every day and it's an official good size up to thirty pounds a year yep yep some a few blue fin makes them all right and there are too many of them but the I I know that gets working on a boat up their captives and they've been given thirty five a day that's pretty good right now but I mean that that's what I mean some of these other votes but how can one update in a hundred forty I don't know what these people do it all was fish but so many private boats to go out there and slay fifty fish and they have no you don't know what to do with them you know start giving away why do that you know but that's up to them what what's supposed to know yeah the list shud revision you know pretty give or go on today and tomorrow on Monday whole holiday here the berry were or just about out of time we we push things back this morning so as if things are cooking in the delta right now right yeah okay fine and looks.
"errol" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"This clown Errol Louis newsman is racism is racism no country brings people into their country who hate their country not just have a disagreement on opinions or brings people into the country hi anti Semites notice this news man the clown Errol Lewis doesn't comment on any of this notices clown Alison come around to the news woman she doesn't comment on any this notice John Berman another low IQ clown newsman he doesn't comment on any of this who is Omar what is she said what is your background not a word nothing thank go ahead things like what he said last night are going to be settled over the air waves all day today and tomorrow and the next day and it's a wake up call there is an alarm tubes to the rest of us that we need to train young people get them into the media get them into broadcasting and and do away with with that stuff so it'll just be a bad power like town you already do yeah when you do you already brainwash people who are in the media hard left the entire first chapter of on freedom of the press for those of you who care chapter and verse you might say they already control the media the vast majority of it they already control news rooms and editorial boards but you cannot have a fox or talk radio you see because they're racist other words anyone who disagrees with them as racist how do we know because.
"errol" Discussed on Download This Show
"I was gonna say i'm an egg timer that is caulking the amount of time before errol bug the story about how that probably is really easily so convincing and probably cures they haven't talked about into ending crip or anything like that there's a lot of better services out there let your pert on males in hush males and to noted that through this much more effectively so i wouldn't if you'll someone who wants massive privacy or you're going to be using this potentially navarrese pup this is probably say rethink or somewhere else the toy alight sounds good headlining practice this also that one bizarre sort of two factor authentication mode that will let you send an email to someone they can only rate it if they takes you code yes so you'll have a you have to put in the text card as well so actually is the thing where you basically have to in order to access said thing you need more than one wiser password and a retina scan probably not but two different ways right exactly and again this is nothing new other email providers at a much more secure have done this for quite a while so i'm kind of wondering firstly how secure is it and secondly for your everyday use is it just going to be a bit of a novelty so we both agree that these useful but should be with greenwich absolutely i mean i think it will be good for things like this'll blowing and things like that but again is confidential as to do that don't whistle blowing to gene.
"errol" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"You to choose from you go to 1800flowerscom and take a look pick what you want and really go for it because you're telling somebody not just that you'll love them you're telling them you're thinking about them and there's not a person in the world except maybe a criminal who doesn't like knowing that he or she is being thought of go online to 1800flowerscom you'll see a radio microphone icon at the top of that page you click on that and then you type in my name r u s age for those of you in real lived and then you'll be privy to their special pricing and they still have some special price again some deals remaining for this week but order today to ensure a timely delivery this wednesday probably a large number of people than procrastinating probably a large number of people have and you're going to get a wait and wait just thought i mean if while you do it right now you can access it from your phone you go to 1800flowerscom from your phone you can go there in fact if you don't if uh if you have an iphone you can access the desk top website from your phone you don't have to go to the mobile slight the way you do that is the refresh button in the search bar at the top were you type in the web address you'll see that little circular errol touch 'em hold that what were you laugh touch and hold app and you'll get an option he reloaded without content blockers or load the desktop site on your iphone or your ipad it'll be the site that would load on your computer and you find the radio icon if you want to go.
"errol" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"He is on the short list the greatest documentary ends of all time errol moore's the academy awardwinning filmmaker as a new film curley on networks it's called worm would ask where calls it the best film of 2017 and it's a real pleasure to have him on sinn a fall today errol thanks for the time sir thank you so i saw the first part it's six parts about forty minutes of peace and it's the first part last night and it's got in many ways you trademark style and it's going to chilling tone to it i love that sewer peter hurst guard has the drugs ends as is kind of under the of the influence there in terms of how you approach this bateria what what is of course different is that it is a documentary but you're showing recreations in your using you know actual actors in a whole cast and such what led you to employ that style or but we had a little bit of a problem with the term recreation because i'm not sure what i'm recreating so i have to tell me one of these days i guess i guess i guess the term means system a refill ming's i suppose would history was at or is that make more sense no really all right we'll go ahead tell me about your style and police i've had this is a dream of mixing genres uh i don't know maybe it's the wearing blender approach to filmmaking but there's a little bit of everything in wormwood there's drama uh their interview this is archive material there are reenactments of one kind there in other news a little bit of hamlet.
"errol" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"It's almost as we move from past present and future the world is constantly exfoliating it's shedding bits and scraps of things and from those bits and scraps we try to reconstruct a picture of the world a picture of of what might have happened but what if the evidence is destroyed what if it's been adulterated what if we have only a piece of it but we don't even know that it's a piece of it we don't even know what's missing what then is it always possible for an incomplete information to reconstruct what the world is like why do you think so many of your films are retrospective why do you think they're about people's remembrances of events in the past door people's kind of introspection about the past and themselves rather than you you know wire you uh in the moment why are you at a team teen basketball tournament taping interviews with kids who might end up winning and then making a story out of that the sports socked much can we do that you reads a really great movies about sports doesn't matter i like sports errol and also my condolences also in a history in history does fascinated me i'm going to tell everybody listening to this a secret history is retrospective you're looking back into the past we all are looking back into the past that's all we have really to go on the present is to fleeting in the future who had held knows about the future i've been obsessed what's it cold i'm going to use a big word again and i'm going to be punished for it i know it a pistole mollah g which is the study of how we know things it's an obsession with one we know what we know and whether we know anything.
"errol" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Effort through investigation through ratty owes saination whatever you wanna call it it's bull's eye coming up errol morris joined space print indepth discussion the nature of truth of camera angles and its new documentary slash fictional feature slash uncategorized film series mini series warm what which he compares to food i sold it is the everything bagel because i said could it put everything and i'm going to put drama reenactment caraway seeds everything but raise he'll also tell me how after forty years of filmmaking he struggles to reinvent himself every time he makes a move it i like to think that each time i'm making one of these things the can change it up i could do something different i can reinvent the forum taking which people then later our pow barrel garbis from tune yards talks about the song that change your life and i'll tell you why the movie the commitments proves you should just go make something it's all coming up on bullseyes let's go it's bowls i i'm jesse thord my guest this week is arrow morris is one of my favorite filmmakers he's a kind of guy who's work gets shown in film schools all the time his contributed that much to the field of documentary making but if you seen gates of heaven or fast cheapen out of control or the short documentaries he made for espn all of them are really really wonderful he has a way of painting portraits of people nuanced funny tragic fascinating take his latest work it's a mini series called warm would it's out now on net flex it's a bit of a departure for arrow first of all instead of hiding behind his signature in tarot tron the machine that he invented to project himself in front of the camera lens so that it would seem like the person being interviewed was making i contact with the person watching the film he's on camera.
"errol" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"We found out here are totally errol died owing millions including one point four million to the irs his alimony painted payments finally stopped i don't know if they had to though with the deal with willie was that they would only stop if he died or she got married immediately after he di yearly married her longtime partner alan looming as an eskimo pies manufacturers sheep fucking one on so many levels rich eskimo pies wow yeah that's a guy like no i do not want to get married dill he's dead this is a got the asked about pie money but more monies more let's take more of the ask him up high you know what i'm saying i like to think that the eskimo pie business was actually never profitable and it was only surviving on errol flames l abidi paiva hits you was propping out the business they just disappeared where do they go errol flynn died now and actually bosnia's osgood so when lilley died and 1994 she left in a state of ten point three million arab basically turned jamaica into a tourist destination on his own today many brochures and jamaica include references to errol flynn as a hero because before he went to jamaica one was going there and it because he was a star it became a thing the brochures don't discuss all the other eight sexy had with local girls while he was there.
"errol" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"And he agreed to pay taxes on the some so he's not just giving you the money's paying taxes on it was is he just see it takes the first option he here's yet uh sounds good all right sign right here you idiot errol sorry errol sign errol we all respect you got when idiot but the tax payments he gave her work counted by the irs as additional income so they tax stirred a higher amount so she sued for the difference to be paid which he had to pay sh which put her into a higher tax bracket oh it's and she was taxed higher and she sued errol to pay again for the rest of his life would take him to court to win the upkeep over alimony payments because of an tax increase old my god amazing legend when you set doors as i can't be that bad what he did thirty percent my god what errol still had enough money though he moved into imagine on mall mahala drive and added fitted with people's into a mirrors had it with polls and he paul people into a maher's yeah okay cool so that's a normal yeah you're right that happens a lot in yeah no i haven't heard that i have not heard that are cheer buddies fog sorry it's our fucking watching you watch your body's fuck i don't have my buddies no i guess is they answered now i don't have not maybe you didn't hear me correctly nyerere's you very perfectly meets the down.
"errol" Discussed on The Turnaround with Jesse Thorn
"How many times us this happened the use of new whether it was better to be too hot to cold or who the best james bond was the girl would have gone out with me now you can with we got those with mark in how the podcast from maximum pond dot org every tuesday hey lowest it's joey the press james bond was daniel gregg it's better to be to golden zero takes me got this remark and how only a maximum get fine podcasts it's the turnaroundeive jesse ford i'm talking to the oscarwinning document taryn errol morris what are you notice when you look at spoken language on the page or when you're writing spoken language how people are wrestling with the themselves thing with the believe or don't want to believe it becomes a different kind of enterprise than just reading for example discursive writing and in my movies and also in my writing i've tried to capture something of that i'm not sure how successful i've been i know that that i like my movie is the movies that i do like i'm not sure how many of them i actually do like but the ones i do like there's a remaining mystery in each one of them about who that person i have interviewed really might be i know one of the reasons i remain fascinated by the fog of war is i found myself really liking robert s mactan air this person who i had actively demonstrated against the university of wisconsin.
"errol" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
"Death hmm mortality in general uh i suppose you could appendage l i t e il it but i don't quite see it that way i think in many ways it's it's one of the richest things that i've done it may not be the longest but i think there are a lot of really really rich theme i mean i guess there's all kinds of reasons we could speculator on for white people that view it that that way may because it's not about war politics i'll this other people that responded to it overwhelmingly very very early on for which i am grateful you're self being one of them might add errol shared the b side with me last summer and i invited it to the toronto film festival like most people outside cambridge i never heard of elsa dorfmann so the film came as a revelation here's a clip in which he describes her struggle to obtain one of polaroid's few twenty by 24 cameras and you had to be in this in this circle it was really had to faith the line of their pets really i was never a path and i just hung in there i always was charged for every roll of film i never got a free bucks a film i never blatter free essex seven d i never got anything than any how i can't complain 'cause i ended up with a camera but that was firm being in nag elsa when erol undertook this project did you have any apprehensions about him no i didn't i took it is a hoops i didn't take it seriously i i thought oh earl he's tomorrow.