18 Burst results for "Jane Campion"
Top 10 Performers of the 2010s
"Actually I am kind of I write poetry Snow Book Secret Notebook or your poet. Yeah that's great but you like to hear what sure sure it doesn't really Ryan though. Okay kind of like him better when they don't me to all right so we've heard your number ten. We've heard my number six Adam driver. Who's your number nine performer? The decade? Okay boy this hurts me because it wasn't too long ago I was asking if this was the best actress of the twenty tens and I still think she's in the conversation but Elizabeth Moss. When I sat down to do this list fell down to number nine okay and I think for me. It's it's partly again. I'm backing into the list here. It's partly because her strongest work was on television. I don't know if it's fair. We're a film show so I'M GONNA hold that. It's not fair okay. It probably isn't yet to discount the handmaiden and madman but you're right if you include those. Then how is she? Not One of the performance of the Dick and Jane campion's crime series top of the lake. Yeah so so you know those three works alone in her work in them specifically I mean madman. I made the argument. She's as crucial to that series. Almost as crucial. Let's say Don Draper. She was the lead in in Top of the lake in the lead the handmaid's tale but I look back at the big screen to and The one I love I think great in. I know you love the film more than Me Adam but the collaboration with Alex. Ross Perry's Ben. My favorite thing about those including are probably hurt toured force performance of the last. Ten years is in her smile. I think just from last year and then yeah squeezing in that great supporting part in US last year as well getting to show her comic chops I had to keep her on this list but when I started comparing her to the filmography we're going to get to higher up. Yeah I couldn't put up there at the very top. Yes same process with me. Though she slipped a little further I did begin by ranking top ten actresses top ten actors then figured out how to merge them and go made the cut. I Have Elizabeth Moss in my six through ten actresses but did not make my top ten overall. My number ten is an actress. And this is one where you could accuse me Josh of maybe looking ahead a little too much but I think the foundation of great work in this decade is also there. She is the only other one that woman I'm about to mention. She's the only other one with driver who feels to me like locks. We could already pencil them in for when we're doing this list in ten years okay. We're GONNA look back on the twenty twenties and go. Of course. This was the decade of Adam driver and of Sir Sha Ronin the three great performances come in Brooklyn in Lady Bird and of course last year in Greta. Gerwig 's little women and there's two great films there for me all time great films frankly in Lady Bird and little women. I'm less high on Brooklyn though I like Brooklyn quite a bit and I really do think. It's a wonderful performance from her. She also appears of course in Wes. Anderson's Grand Budapest hotel and I really liked her in Joe. Wright's Hannah for me. Ronin is the insistent innocent. There is some naievety about her. As you look at those performances Brooklyn ladybird little women but really just a lack of experience. There's the census. She still has a lot to learn about herself and about the world and relationships. She's going to make mistakes. She's GonNa make a fool of herself but that's because she's always going to put herself on the line there is a determination and there's a voracious nece to Ronin characters that I find really appealing. I was looking back at my notes from our review of Lady Bird and I mentioned the way she just kind of burns with this intensity and this focus. It's almost like she's from another planet in the way she talks and the way she studying the people she's engaging with there is this provocation that is inherent to the lady bird character where she's just so eager to expand her knowledge her base of knowledge. It seems like that's what she's after in every encounter in life and maybe more than anything. Josh the reason why I wanted to make sure I fit. Ronin on this list is I just want to continue to put out into the universe. This idea that I did see floating around social media after a recent Hollywood reporter with Ronin and Greta Gerwig where they talk about future collaborations with each other. And there's a great question by the interviewer posed to Gerwig about working with Ronan and differences in working with her now versus lady bird and I thought Gerg's answer was really instructive. She says it's the benefit of working with someone you've worked with before. I felt like in some ways I had conceived lady bird before I knew she was playing it and I'd written drafts of little women before I knew she was playing it but I don't know any other way to say it. Except she was an author of Lady Bird but even more so she was an author of little women. I felt like she knew exactly what we were making the whole time as a filmmaker as much as an actor she really became a second director for me. It was like an extension of every thought. I had she'd walk out in another step. I think honestly the closest I've had to it is writing. With Noah Noah Baumbach who is her partner. But that's fitting of. Gerwig I think in her personality that she so generous in giving Ronin all that credit as an artistic collaborator but I think it speaks to the intelligence and again that voracious nece that comes through in her character's it's probably embedded within ronin herself. That made her such a good collaborator with Gerwig. And the key line from this is Gerwig saying I'm interested to see what movie we make when searches in her fifties. And I'm in my sixties. WoN'T THAT BE INTERESTING? And I'm thinking that's great but I want to see the movie that you make together when searches in her thirties when searches in her forties. I can't wait until the fifties I would be perfectly content of those to just continue to make movies together until the end of time. So Sir Sharon did just sneak onto my list ten. Hey I like your band with Jona rubies. Len Fans knew awesome.
"jane campion" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy
"Their I mean, their traditions are so strong for the ads because I mean, in England you have a lot of these shared Indian Pakistani families in, it's r-. I mean, they have their traditions, it's really. And it's there's a lot of that even like in New York, where I grew up with, like there's a very orthodox Jewish community and stuff like that. And I understand the not wanting to lose your culture to a new land. But at the same time, there has to be a balance, you know, between the and I feel like that. Yeah. Just feel like it's just it's a really, it's a well, made film. You know, it's funny, it's interesting. It's, it's. I think on. I'm trying to remember. We may have rented it like off Amazon prime or so as only that it's like a streaming. Okay. Cool. I'll give it team in the shoutout. Okay. I only five o'clock shadow you mean. Yeah. Oh, those hooking up any Beckham known if I was shadow on it. It's there's a Facebook page for it. So if you just go to five o'clock shadow on Facebook, they'll be able to watch our good, I only have two more. So we'll wrap this up. So Jane Campion, okay? The piano, you have seen the piano. Okay. I don't know why happened to Jane Campion note while he was one of the most acclaimed directors in the nineties, the piano is a beautiful movie and the pack win won. An Oscar Mitch was twelve years old. Holly hunter hobby, tell very beautiful. Atmospheric film, than she went on to do in the cut, which was godawful, which ruined Meg Ryan's career, and since then she's done like TV, but quite good. Some good TV stuff. But the piano is a gorgeous film, from the nineteen very beautiful drama. So I highly recommend that. And then my lost one is sleepless in Seattle, which Nora Ephron who I mean, she did several I mean, she was like the oh, she's just she could do you know, romance, but also rum com, just so. Well, she did you've got mail and but I love like you've got mail. I won't lie. Now as kind of cheesy sleepless in Seattle each their own, but sleepless in actually make of an older film. You've got mail really. 'cause why I guess it must have been before emailed existed. You've got mail as like modern add up patient shop around the corner. Oh, that's oh yeah. I actually hurt that about two rival book, bookshops or something. But the one that I love is sleepless in Seattle, because that film really holds up to me that such a it's again, it's very witty. It's very smart. You know, and very romantic Tom Hanks, Meg Ryan, couldn't be better together. I don't know what happened to Meg Ryan this pity. I mean she really was America's sweetheart for so long. That's a lovely film, and do love that and Nora Ephron. I mean it's just a staple than in the really smart. Well, written, well, directed romantic comedies. Kind of everyone to watch intellectual movements. They ago something deep the I add to say, all right. You got any others. So I do I have all around my all my last two. So one of them is legal their own. Oh, yeah. That's directed by a lady penny Marshall, that's penny. Okay. Oh, awesome. I love a league of their own. There's no crying in baseball. Right. So that film is everything. It is smart. It's funny. It's very well. Made it touches on things in a very real way like when they're like, okay girls you're gonna play baseball. Here's your uniform. And that's Donna Roselle, gosh. Dave. Thanks. Yeah..
"jane campion" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"Realizing that we have family didn't have the tools, and then seeing or learning about this family that that also does that things that that things that they have the tools, but but you also see them go through this journey on and realize that there are too easy answers. Was just revelatory. I guess in. Made me feel. That I had missed opportunities to try and help people. So sort of like then during doing it to this film is the way to make up maybe or. Yeah. But yeah, I've seen I've seen my father had a bar. I've seen a lot happened there. There's really close people who are family that were acted to heroin and really messed up, and it it's I've talked about it in previous films. So something is always like pulling me to try and understand what you know, what people pulls into those dark moments. Come explain. Why actually but? Shift gears a little bit. How do you? I very taken by your compositions and just the very organic feeling of your your shot construction away as seen was put together Miami a little bit of like Jane Campion who I- door or just the coverage isn't like exactly what you spec. One might be very profile might be straight on. How'd you come up with their coverage? How do you how do you develop the scene visually? Every film is has that I make has a very different approach. I feel. I've done quite some handheld and. And wilder stuff than this. But for this firm. You know, I. I want it to be truthful and simple, but layered. But what does that mean? I don't know is it just a it was a starting point. I guess and you still have to find your own style. Or or have this film, find its own style. And and at. What I like to do is I rehearse what my actors. And Ruben mighty p people people be there. And shoot stuff for try stuff. Or we will have rehearsals that the actual already. To get to know location and really sorta. Usually a couple of ideas from the beginning. But then it's really by taking the time to figure it out on the on the moment itself. But not in the not in the simple will wing it way. But but really work hard in in prep to get there. The shot you mentioned. When when they when they is on the bathroom floor. Yeah. We we had we had the bathroom that was signed on stage. It was built really spent like a couple of it was the first scene. We had we shop actually the film. Yeah. So pretty. Crazy also to start without seeing. But but in hindsight good also. Performance from. Yeah. Amazing. So, but we spent hours in that bathroom with Demi and virus ourselves like figuring like all the angles. What can we do? And all of a sudden, it was like Dessus, so mazing and. Composition just two ways laying there. How he peers and disappears in this like also carphone almost so. Yeah. That coffin sort of heavenly coffin. So I mean, this was the film where we wanted to just spend a lot of time on detail without it being a showy, I guess felt very authentic in a way felt very fresh and override which I appreciate it, especially for the material being dramatic. And there's so many ways that like the film really flourished, and he's kind of non define moments. Very simple moments, even when the CPR and the car such dramatic scene. But somehow it's like very. You're not like pushed into this in. Maybe it's partly Timothy's state. He's in even one or the other really gorgeous shots where you boom up into that window where the fathers helping him walk down that long hallway. This the way that up. The the lines in the glass and everything such Marshall same, but really very gentle. And I really appreciate it that kind of respect. Thank you. Yeah. Yeah. I think the way we got there. I talked about and and it's. It's making films journey. I feel. I love embracing like what you what you whatever crosses your Pat being open to it and taking it along to make the film the best possible. Phil. Sometime, you know, accidents happen, and and and and they can really like make your fill the the last of the movie divine. We actually had a different place or we're going to shoot. We haven't. The final moment aid. Couldn't happen..
"jane campion" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"I mean, if not officially until next week, but like we're pretty sure it's world premiering telluride, which is a pretty kind of prestige and quite literally, lofty place to debut a movie from genre filmmaker Osama's great. But she's been making, you know, sort of thrillers or SCI fi, horror, whatever. So I'm just, I'm infinitely curious in that photo only made me more and describing it as a as a kind of a character study hidden within a cop trailer, and it's kind of it's a story about a woman who is infiltrating criminal gang. And then years later, she's kind of haunted by what she experienced there and then has to dive back in and kind of return to the go super pass, and it's a, it's a pretty classic cop story. But I think the difference is that you've got, it's about a woman got Nicole Kidman in the lead, and then you've got conquer someone who is really proven her muscles a filmmaker, maybe having a chance like you're saying rich, like really spread her wings. After this comeback mutations, season of top of the lake got decidedly. Reviews, but that was another role that I really feel like Nicole Kidman. I mean, she wasn't exactly like as as gone ten, whether it is she is in this photo, but she it was. It was quite a transformation. She I think she had like shit a great way, right. Wake her skin was little modeled. It was like more freckled than model and then like she had different teeth in. So she she was like, sort of doing dabbling in that the hours sort of transportation thing, and it was it was a really good role for her. It was a small role in really good role for and I really liked that performance from her. But what's so funny is funny you bring up Shirley throwing because I was watching. I had, I missed totally when it was in theaters and I watched it at home the other day, and I realize that there's something that Shirley's there does to sort of dress yourself down which has to do with your skin. It's like a really modeled thing that she does in both totally and monster, and I realized how often we do not see. I don't know uneven skin tone in. Film, and I'll like that alone, which the everyday in real life can look a little alarming and Nicole. Kidman is definitely rockets uneven skin tone here, but it's, I don't know. It's just it's fascinating like that reaction may have to an actor actress, sort of looking like a real human. It's something that that congress talk about when I talked to her is like she's a woman who has ever put on sunscreen like she's a cop out there every day in the sun doesn't wear sunscreen. And that's just what happens when you have live your life in that way, and you're right, join us is something we don't see. 'cause we're looking at incredibly beautiful movie stars. And Kim, it isn't especially beautiful movie star. So that's that's striking to see her like that. Also shut out the extent of the the female directors that Nicole Kidman it's working with lately. She's on this crazy streak from the beguiled in the top of the Lakewood Jane Campion, and then a big little lies in to his injury Arnold. And now this like she's really racking him up. Yeah. I mean, she really should give some in a chance. I feel. Deeply unfair. I mean, BAAs Lerman's waiting for her calls when she won the EMI or Golden Globe or something for big little lies. She said, this is such, you know, such a nice night, like I'm so happy..
"jane campion" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It they do see it that way and it's interesting because as you noted there were some prominent incidents in the harvey weinstein case which were set right here at can and the festival does seem to see an ownership of the issue in an interesting way there will be an event happening on the beach where the french gender rights group fifty fifty by twenty twenty will be presenting with terry from oh and with representatives from time's up in the us and the uk so certainly the issue of metoo and other issues having to do with gender like pay disparities seemed to be very much topics on people's minds here they even though that whole metoo movement coming out of the united states prompted a bit of a backlash in france it's true in in france there was the letter signed by one hundred women including catherine deneuve sort of pushing back at me to and and standing up for men's sort of quote right to pester that letter in itself spurred a backlash there seems to be a con inflict going going on particularly among french women about how exactly to handle this issue of sexual harassment i've talked to arrange them including people with films at the festival and others and it's amazing the sort of diversity of opinion there is on this issue and in terms of professional presence of women in can only one female directors ever won the palmdale jane campion what's it looking like this year just very briefly not great three women in competition out of twentyone films a kind of steady flat rate at the festivals maintained for few years now rebecca keegan hollywood correspondent for the us magazine vanity fair thanks for joining us from the french riviera actually enjoying the next ten days at the cannes film festival you're listening to the bbc world service this is news.
"jane campion" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Of course i wanna work with great i wanna work with jane campion and and you know the people that i really really loved when i was growing up yeah but i but i just can't i can't see myself doing something that i don't really like yeah two for way like what's what's the payoff is is it money right we'll yeah sure and that's great but i've i've met a lot of insanely wealthy people and the general vibe i get yeah is is not and i mean like at film parties or film festivals or at panels or whatever you know and the vibe you get from some of these folks that are at the tippy top of the acting profession it's not a contented dalai lama esque vibe man it is like blundell's of insecurity and you'll of nerves and i have that just myself i don't need to go get more of that yeah and so you know i was talking to my wife about this and and i've just i mean it obviously it's all about the the the material everyone says that but it's true i'm not concerned about where shoot or how much money i make it's all about like do i feel attached to whatever this guy is they're suggesting i play and do i and it doesn't even have to be like a great entire script right i might wanna do a character just like i i don't think this group is great but something i like about the character himself but it's like there's there's there's gotta be something that i can add to it that i feel like only i can add to it right not the navy else couldn't do a good job but but i but there's a reason why i say excuse me let me let me take a crack at this right and oftentimes characters written.
"jane campion" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Well yes because there actually are some amazing women directors that have come out of stralia in the last thirty years followed me of course including the wonderful jane campion and justin house and so on but many so was austrailia good place to become a filmmaker i was very very lucky it was sort of like a fluke of timing we actually had no filming and we had incredible film industry in the thirties let me feroz father john farrow was in a stray alien but the american distributors bought up as cinema chains put sound on and it was just in that technical changeover this trae in film industry lost out it crashed everyone was out of work and hopefully this will never happen again with the digital revolution and many of the greatest talents actually did go to hollywood and so when i was growing up in the sixties i saw there was no such thing as strain from industry there were no australian films we had drama on our abc tv which abc and i went just one wander off to art school thinking you know i love theater and design and storytelling and maybe do something behind the scenes and around that time these trailing with a lot of lobbying the government set up a film commission to say we need to invest in talent in this country and they literally started this strange film commission which is we would have no industry without that support because you know we are a small country heasley talented small country so really round the time that i was at his at school had a phone calls and i went actually maybe film but i had no idea what on earth i could work as you know i was like art school filmmaker and they told me girls do continuity or they do neg matching well i thought what no actually my biggest aim when i was from school was i thought maybe one day i could be holding script on the side of an abc tv drama a wonderful drama and that would just be everything them i applied to abc tv with my short film by then i've made a few short films they the answer that time was police supply you're typing speeds goes go into the topping poll all the boys in my year.
"jane campion" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Well yes because there actually are some amazing women directors that have come out of australia in the last thirty years followed me of course including the wonderful jane campion and justin mulhouse and so on but many so was australia good place to become a filmmaker i was very very lucky it was sort of like a fluke of timing we actually had no filming just we had incredible film industry in the thirties let me a pharaoh's father john farrow was in a stray but the american distributors bought up asking them chains put sound on and it was just in that technical changeover this trae in film industry lost out it crashed everyone was out of work and hopefully this will never happen again with the digital revolution and many of the greatest talents actually did go to hollywood and so when i was growing up in the sixties i saw there was no such thing as strain from industry there were no australian films we had drama on our abc tv which abc and i went just one wander off to art school thinking you know i love theatre and design and storytelling and maybe i'd do something behind the scenes and around that time the struggling with a lot of lobbying the government set up a film commission to say we need to invest in talent in this country and they literally started this strain film commission which is we were had no industry without that that support because you know we are a small country heasley talented small country so really round the time that i was at this at school which had a film course and i went actually maybe film but i had no idea what on earth i could work as you know i was like art school filmmaker and they all told me girls do continuity or they do nick matching when they when they said that to you what did you say back or what did you think.
"jane campion" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"So that it the the work comes out of that that filter on that just is of a really rare quality because both jim brooks and jane campion a have very healthy egos wrote but so in in it is a is a matter of not turning over there ego then turn their ego over to you it's not slavish or obsequious in any way it's just empowering of the actor and i mean and as time goes on i i find that directors who give actors love who just give them love it to it that is in and of itself is a potent on exchange on a movie set to happen director go you know i i just love he'll i love i love you you know that our alone is it can be so cool muscles be fascinating to a couple of people we've talked about you've had the opportunity to kind of go back to years later jane campion you worked with a gun on top loik yeah it took a wild but you in the cones routine for a brother were art thou selling indian jim hasn't worked together since he has made that many movies right jim as a different kind of filmmaker i mean you know he i mean if you just think about like the years that he that he put into preparing for broadcast netflix and when he prepared for years and it shows because we are still talking about that movie in a current kind of way because it is so it so present you know it so felt now no like in with an immediacy on answer very modern is still feels modern.
"jane campion" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Sza so much fun for me really what are you when you think back to that it's like one was quotable films of all time and there's so many iconic scenes is there a scene that jumps out at you as kind of embodies that experience they returned to no you know i mean doing a movie e on i'm so cognizant when i'm watching movie of of what was happening on that day you know where i was all had an you know i mean they're all these kind of like back log channels that are operational went on when i'm seeing movies i mean the you know the experience of organ with with albert whose genuinely unbelievably funny you know that was incredible to discover the humor of albert during rehearsals in alberton i rehearsed together a ton a lot and we got to know each other and kind of love each other before the movie ever began and i i guess you know there's a thing that gm has had as a as a director which was to you you could become his news news and that that you know at the at the age of approaching sixty now i know that highly unusual it's highly unusual in a way for director to give him or herself over to that kind of m the vessel through which he's telling the story the ass and also gist attention combined with love you know and and and you know jane campion had that to just like that i just felt that i was in the the i was in a a spotlight of of love and and and kind of addle written to be the adored one to be one who was adored.
"jane campion" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"All day you were you rule stages of bus adlib adaren hills on we have david in new hampshire david hello i i you know dimes good my i bet no one is nominated this one but my favorite movie as pay it boy paid forward yes i forget who is in that can you tell me uh joe um well helen heintz okay heaven kevin spacey jole can't think of it as like man very good hey it's it's a martin story jesus isn't it you're not crying at the end of it you weren't brand with gagen uh david thank you very much of gay take care and arrogant larence eric how do you do her your view wbz wonderful to speak to bradley wonderful i like the piano with holly hunter holy moley that was just my my opinion nothing's ever even come close to it she won an oscar which she deeply deserved i love holly hunter she's you need some weird roles and that was one of them right oh boy was that of a but i just think it's the best film ever made and who's this is the writer of that it was directed and ridden by jane campion there you go few women ever to get an oscar nomination for directing ps added something that's that's just to pay attention to that one bogey eyesore like seven times seven times this the movie i've seen most as caddyshack the movie i've seen second most is boase manner fell to earth but if that's not that great a movie i just like bone and if you ever get a chance rarely see a movie called and lab brent i saw it amazing it's like i don't know ten years old maybe at at least case for by going i appreciate the kind words in the call okay thing ups it's a thrill to talk to you ready i love your show i appreciate that thanks barone thank you should call more often six 175 for 10 dirty will get josh banks slinger in here and uh find out what he thinks about movies he's a movie machine this is this is is we'll house hope he's been listening in.
"jane campion" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"I think it it yeah who is it yeah we were just a christian male tell i film festival and he's gained way and he has buzzcut and bleached eyebrows and everybody kept looking at him trying to figure out why he looked like that because he's preparing play dick cheney right yes zealous i'm i didn't learn more than one ghani movie an enzyme sell okay is that you're with us give it back in back in the day when there was something like five robin hood films of will the two sides i guess and other aid so cancelled out together our fellow and genuine question is there any you haven't worked with i mean really actor humane one owner there's actress i'm yeah covered you base well you will out the app above us race we i've been around a long time coming up in been acting for a long time i have where with a lot of people but there are lots of people that i would love love love loves were with you know i'd love to not let the chance to what with someone like jane campion allison and is allowed to work with a it said that this psalm anyone and and actors who i really admire and look up to i would love to kind of being a room with yeah this loads i mean it's it's as the great thing about this this this job this business is that it's forever replenishing it so as you know in terms of people's creativity and ideas and you know what you know what what we thought of as the gold standard ten years ago or five years ago shit has shifted and now you know now we're in this golden age of television for example yes where you know the movies seemed to be as seemed to have narrowed themselves down to kind of big tent pole yunosova superhero movies all the here's some really interesting writers who maybe would have been working in films twenty years ago on there anymore so they're they're on tv and tv's affording them all of the most amazing like show me hero yet miyahira peo but what might have been.
"jane campion" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Goes i mean i i feel like in my mind i thought it was preparing this weekend but then i've also pick it why would it be made this weekend with the emmy's rights it gets following weekend uh each a real the luring together odnin appears to clear on the seventeen so either this weekend apparently they decide the that on tv readings don't necessarily matter ridicule go against the emmys and people will catch up okay also the first episode is a lot of french french occupation yenbian lou uh and and you know here's here's the thing it's a bad idea from the beginning at it only gets worse all right so that's the vietnam war it'll be starting on sunday on now on pbs sir can burns latest i just wanted to let you know dan the reason why i have brought up top the lake yet is because they haven't watched it yet i'm saving i saved the three nights and i'm just gonna watch it in i'm gonna watch it friday that's gonna be my day is is just top of the lake only watched the first two hours so far because e are critically reviewed it out of can of when it from the at the festival there and so i watched a couple of hours before that you see a crash tour we have h elizabeth loss and to nicole kidman there which was nice um and so i've only watched the first two hours but i enjoyed the first two hours i have some reservations about where kind of the story in the mystery progressions as it goes along diet but i enjoyed the first two out so why she i well i mean you know elizabeth moss's just just that she is the best and and it did jane campion direct every episode no she directed uh i think uh and then there's there's another cook what her parker create a partner who directed the the other installment okay yeah okay so top of the late china a girl it bid already ran on sundance iran sunday monday and tuesday night and it's waiting for me on my dvr on the my weekend plans are to watch that and see mother that's that's s that's my slants with we can't so i've got a very uplifting entertainment to watch this weekend i would imagine so have.
"jane campion" Discussed on The Watch
"People like matt winery mentioned is making a anthology show called the romanoff's the theor at what i've heard the only thread between the various short stories if you will that are going to be told or that is at one character believes that they are heirs to the lost empire of russia that's not porn he you know him he like that it's not a poster selling the movie selling lined put on poster david simon pellicano us have a sinecure hvo where they can do their thing and it's a beautiful thing and in this we've talked about it and we will continue to talk about through the season in many ways the deuces their most commercial project to date it is the most quote unquote funding though there is a lot of difficult yet pressure matter and that's can play that said though they have been they they've earned the right to make the show vince gill can make any show he wants to make jane campion being an awardwinning film maker can pull together the international financing to make this in the same way that at a young pope can exist due to these are engine plant isn't a dummy i mean this the the thrust of the shows is essentially what happened to this process of jane campion crimes yet the question is the next generation of filmmakers i mean you mentioned people who just missed it police nausea who has a remarkable cv is making a genre piece for amazon that's in their blockbuster department now it with one car why this is not hardship in any way at right but is it are are we starting to see in tv a similar case where unless you are um deeming chazelle who just got a net flex musical series it unless you are a certain level of filmmaker already proved your bone uh or had this incredible you know a fluke success or whatever.
"jane campion" Discussed on Fresh Air
"And the director was standing next to the blond girl and he said okay now you go do that what she did and so that was my job on that commercial i was in it i was the girl who taught the blonde how to walk like a charlie girl that's really funny that you were the one who could act and had a demonstrate for her but you did he a half art that's great that's it i wanna wish a good luck with the series i think it's great and um i'm so glad you have it it's been great to talk with your much pamela ed lawn speaking with terry grows last year at lawn stars in the fx series better things which he created with lewy c k better things kicks off its second season thursday coming up john powers review season two of the sundance tv mystery series top of the lake china girl this is fresh air st's thanks for listening to fresh air we should also check out wait wait don't tell me npr's news quiz it's funny i can tell you that the host peter say is funny even when he's off stake wait wait senior producer in sheila houston make me laugh when he work on our shell you can listen to wait wait at npr dot o rg slash podcast the acclaimed filmmaker jane campion took the plunge into television with the 2013 series top of the lake starring elizabeth moss as an australian policewoman in new zealand moss his back and is joined by nicole kidman for the show second season titled top of the lake china girl which airs over three nights beginning sunday on sundance tv are critical large john powers says the series takes you places cop shows usually don't go back in the 1970s he was considered groundbreaking when angie dickinson start as sexy but tough sergeant pepper anderson in policewoman the first television series about a female cop.
"jane campion" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Bbc television pierre drama on bbc two natshe squashed spla human hair from the academy awardwinner jane campion maize player he's dangerous and starring elizabeth moss wendling christine nicole kidman destiny of man zillow woman the the destiny of man is to enslave women topped with the lake china i saw on thursday night at nine o'clock on bbc two it's now halfpast six you're listening to today on radio for with nick robinson and sarah montague and susan ray who is here with the news the government is promising what it calls a revolution in the way 'electricity is geno rated used and stored saying households could save up to forty billion pounds by 2050 the business secretary gregg clark is to announce proposals to encourage millions more people to produce and sell their own power to the national grid the international monetary fund has lowered its growth prediction for britain this year the imf now expects the uk to grow by one point seven percent reduction of one third of a percentage point it says the downgrade is due to weaker than expected activity at the start of the year at least twenty four people had been killed and more than forty others injured in a suicide bombing in the afghan capital kabul and officials says the car bomb hit a bus carrying government employees during rushhour it's not known if the bus was the target or who was behind the attack a ninth person has died and seventeen others are critically ill in hospital in texas following what police say appears to have been a horrific case of human trafficking nearly forty migrants were found locked in the back of a lorry in a car park in the city of san antonio officials say they had no water or air conditioning the driver is in custody a 33yearold man has been charged with the murder rape and kidnap of the teenage woman whose body was found in a house at kingston in southwest london he's also accused of kidnapping raping and attempting to murder another woman in her twenties a second man whose 28 is being charged with kidnapping both women the manager in.
"jane campion" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast
"And we move to princeton new jersey after that when my father became the president of the american league baseball so for its sports fans that with huge sports sports yemenis may does a cool dude let me stress fellow jane campion's the curious guy ever i know who you sort of like a caucasian version of the delhiwala gonna call them as soon as and sell them that i did an event actually locally in charleston and he was there i was at the baseball field the minorleague team and i swear to you he probably went up and shook everyone's hand and was hi i'm gene mueller this is my daughters and you're tasr meeting so um i clearly have really my mom is equally as amazing phenomenal parents i went to school in virginia easier you've talked reward view start to get interested in you and yoga may i memories of yoga were in college and i remember actually being irritated because i would flip through my magazines and i would read about all the starlets and how do you stay in such great shape and the like oh yoga and i remember thinking too shabby careful mailing which on this i members mrs not show i just remember toro goal shed and it's like there's no way you just do yoga a new look like that this was before yoga was it was probably just burgeoning on beans popular were we to gaza i remember this is when helen hunters are really big deal that helps a little bit because member reading articles about how on hunches like i do a ton of yoga mike do and then cindy leave from own yoga she had put out this deck of yoga cards with her cute little kind of stick figures that she does and that was my first yoga purchase side cindy lease.
"jane campion" Discussed on The Vulture TV Podcast
"Anybody else on the show i think everybody gets their own version of the of the other world if that is in other world but i think and this and i almost hesitate to say this because it sound so such a prosaic or even medical explanation but there have been studies suggesting that when people die when they have a neardeath experience and they come back they report sing a tunnel of white light and they feel a great piece settling over them and there's a theory that this is not heaven nor you know an alternate universe or would ever happening it's what's happening is your brain is dying and there's an evolutionary defence mechanisms and that is injecting chemicals in your brain to basically make you feel fine about the fact your bet to cease to exist right and i think something like that might be happening when people go under in some way like kevin goes on people go under as into the underworld and kevin goes under literally you know he is fixated himself and sometimes he literally drowns himself under the water who she goes under the water and that's how she has her experience and what kind of experience to she have her experiences she describes like kevin is in basically a michael bayfield right or a james bond movie and what is she in it's like a frigate and tarkovsky fell you know it's a world of like she's not like you know measuring her vagina to get access to the pentagon she's wandering around this desolate you know it's like a becket play or something larry jane campion if is very happy and it's very jane campion it's like ingmar bergman's persona or something like that big monologue reminded me of the famous mont of the famous seen persona.