18 Burst results for "Jason Hall"

Bizarre 'Cyrcle Phone' Surprises at CES 2020

All About Android

03:23 min | 1 year ago

Bizarre 'Cyrcle Phone' Surprises at CES 2020

"So interesting. So circular so the circle phone made the rounds at C. E. S. US thinks Jason Hall for reading that Dadjo circles spelled C. Y. R. C. L. by the way sue not in the traditional. We'll method that you would spell it in English It fits it fits android nine into a circular display kind of clumsily Has To headphone jacks one on each side. So you could have it in the middle of you and a friend gas and just enjoy the circular killer display right there in In your hands it aims to come to the market in the next twelve months And it was first I launches a kickstarter in two thousand fifteen. It's been development since then there's no price yet There's a Hashtag which is be non Rectangular in non is B. E. N. O. N. there's no E. At the end of that And I just I want to say that this bears a striking resemblance. It's to the sailor moon broach that she uses to transform From a regular old school girl are all into fighting evil by moonlight. So there's that going for it but other than that I mean it really is just a a circular well. It's it's like it's like an enormous watch. The disk lasers in a circular chassis and then like the chassis is just circle tip for the novelty of the shape. Yeah I don't I don't see it but I I like these kinds of efforts because I have to believe that this is not the most efficient way to carry around computers and digest information. I don't know if that's circle is it but I I'm hoping someone when figures out of a better shape by this time. We thought we were going to have risk computers. And then we realized that's actually not really not as convenient or the foldable. Scroll computers computers well or the or the hard light projection. Tony Stark kind of you know like the thing that just ended you interact with it. And there's nothing physical. So there's the shapeless shapeless approach which is dead maybe the be all and all of where technology is heading for personal computing I don't know maybe I'm just so used to it but I feel like the rectangle. Tanggula approach is probably the more I don't know it's it makes a lot more sense to me nuts. Because that's what we've been using for the last wouldn't that if we we go three hundred years into the future and we're still staring at rectangles in our hands yes right posits. I Wa- at all I. It's funny because it's like we look at Star Trek communicator. And that was like the thing that inspired a generation and I often eyesight this. The expanse switch season four is on Amazon right. Now it's really good it's great show yeah But I want and we talk all the time I want a different paradigm. I want a different way. Ah I love the cylinder with the Rollout Stroll kind of style foldable screen or rolling screen. There has to be some different way to interface with this stuff Other than the same stuff we've been doing for for because essentially we're doing we're looking at a screen. which is the same thing they were doing back in the

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"jason hall" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"jason hall" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Yes and they're gonna you know the super on survivor did really well on american sniper obviously did did really well and yeah chelsea i went i met marcus not really but he did talk pete berg does he's talks down to the gym so i got to hear him you know morgan riot morgan melanie's such sweetheart she's the best family enough good things about yeah so more more comedies and then more movies like this where it's an actual story rather than another fucking superhero where it's like i mean look yeah trailer you see it's just another goddamn leather suit on somebody who could it could be anybody underneath that fucking thing audience determines what the movies that were gonna make yes you know they gonna american the spielberg that's it spielberg wanted to make this movie there's no other studio in town the would've made this movie for for the budget that it was at and for an end probably at all and the same with american sniper right if bradley cooper doesn't do that movie get made i went to three places pitch that without bradley everyone said no we're not going to do this and it's never going to get made actually one one studio exact fell asleep in the pitch who's awesome us pitching it over and i was like oh man i the table the table comes out what keeps everybody kisses your ass right yeah no globals like seven hundred yeah yeah it's beautiful and it was you know because it's a personal story and we told the guy story we told his story from his point of view of what it was like to be a warrior and why he did it and the values that he grew up with that he was felt he was protecting and what it cost him you know we'll fuck man guys it's been a pleasure and we appreciate you taking time on your day also wanna say miles how does that his fucking house which is lucky.

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"jason hall" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jason hall" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Got it yeah told our story and the people that aren't veterans as civilians are like i know area i can't i can't it's like i have to wait for it to come out and be available for people because it's like i'm texting some of my friends like bro you're actually going to shut the fuck up right not you were movie because hollywood this one acronym it's like asshole shit my drill sergeant said they host they put on there and getting paid for this astle is like no i'm not and they're like what the fuck you don't know shit that's cool yeah we do do this this'll be when they hear this coming from from our channel they're going to be like okay she had it must be watch i'm gonna stick with these guys when i first got in with them and they asked me to write direct their movie military movie and they were like we don't want you to fuck this up and i was like fuck it up and they're like well military movies you like you know my fucking loves hurt locker and he was like oh that fucking movie sucked that's one of the hates st worst steaming shit and it won best picture won best picture how but that's that's that's exactly what i'm saying about the fucking awards i'd rather get it right for these guys for you guys exactly all the i'd rather get it right for the people we made it a there is not a single that's the greatest commerce is known than having tile give me a hug and be like i just because of your movie i just got to spend i just got to spend two hours of my fucking husband right boom done i'm done after that i was done i didn't care what happened.

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"jason hall" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"jason hall" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"By black rifle coffee dot com welcome to roz patterson revolution tonight's i'm gonna do a special crossover show from our sister show drink and bros it was one of my favorite interviews i've ever done in podcasting in general be it's on ross patterson revolution or drink in bros it was with one of my favorite actors his is miles teller and i got i got a chance to sit down with him and director jason hall to promote their new film thank you for your service and i wanna say this originally aired back in maybe november of last year right around the release of the movie i want to say maybe a month before thanksgiving somewhere in that neighborhood which is win studios typically released movies like these four awards considerations to me this was one of my favorite films that i'd seen last year and it ended up not doing so well in the box off office and that leads to it not being nominated for for any awards which i surely think it deserves to be however i would love for people to see this movie that's why i got into the industry that's why jesse got into the industry is sometimes you put your heart and soul on things they don't do so well but they just need a little a little nudge or a little reminder to get back out into the lexicon and then hopefully people will get a chance to see them and enjoy him as much as i did i'm going to do that tonight's by replaying this episode when we interviewed miles teller jason hall for thank you for your service because it's now available on amazon i tunes and dvd is well i definitely think you should you should give this one a shot so with that we have some sponsors who pay for this and then we're going to dive right into the interview first and foremost you hear him at the top of the show talking about black rifle coffee.

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"jason hall" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"jason hall" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Detective phil ryan was parked outside of 7eleven store notice a man walk out of the store with a significantly more bulk inside of his pants than when he went outside brian then confronted the man brian found william jason hall with fifteen courtsize bottles of pennzoil motor oil and thirty used treasure hunt dvds in his pants the the officer said hall was arrested on charge of theft but was upgraded to a felony due to is being his third arrest on the church quote mister hall the next time you need some motor oil in lastminute gifts pay for them please that guy in the car outside might just be a plainclothes detective the sheriff's office said at a facebook post what is it did we miss discover what the treasure hunt dvds were yeah i think they were like a why like a banner underneath fasold the whole bunch of schlock he calls me oh i see so treasure hunt dvds quote unquote trump and they were used by the way the house pellet pike d u m air peer too the new kilmeade number ten yummy number ten a man who grew pot because he thought it would be legal soon has been arrested st albans police say that they came across michael marshall while investigating a hunting violation marshall fled into a house after a confrontation with police and then consented to a search of his residence police thirteen fullgrown marijuana plants and twenty seven smaller plans marshall told them he thought marijuana would be legalised soon so he wanted to get an early start on growing it for future sale the the possession of small amounts of marijuana has been decriminalised in the state of vermont but it's still illegal for recreational use police issued marshall a citation to appear in court next month.

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"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"You know lots and lots of times this war is not over for these people this war is not over for these veterans and nor is it over for the wives and the wives have their own war that they're living and you know if you spent a day at home with your kids you at that wars liking man i it's you know doing that and in knowing that your husband is off somewhere endanger risk in his life is is challenging and so it it was important that we find a way to tell the story of the war at home as well as civicminded fella i try and take very seriously who i vote for an are they gonna put our men and women who are serving in danger and why do they have any sort of an honorable reason for it what things would you suggest that we as civilians can do to help soldiers especially returning soldiers i do anything i can ranging from giving money to two different charitable organizations even on amazon when i buy something i use smile dot amazoncom and i i've click the wounded warrior project which they give 5 percent of every purchase too so there's there's lots of little things what things would you suggest i mean look i think it's uh it would be easy for us to sit and pointed the va and be like you guys need to do better job but the but for for our society i think you know migrate hope is that this movie allows and enables people to to have a greater understanding what these guys go through and to maybe start a conversation because all it means is if we can take a step forward and as a society find a way to welcome these guys home it's gonna make massive difference and so migrate hope is that you know this movie inspires a conversation in this movie inspires people to reach out to that veteran in their life and just call him up say hey man i saw this movie and i wonder if you went through anything.

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"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Very and shoot added have heavy prapai i guess and i and i his was like in a cheer like this might keep this foot really hard not to heart but like a hard enough to be like wake up bro were shooting the movie here and i wanna views the bull horn but it was a little bit like you know and then we got everybody calmed down again and it was it was like hey let's let's go again you know have fun with it i know you in the front row sir had a question will suit suit two twofold he easa that enjoyed the movie he's been to the differ vas in two things that really he he's he's twos to ask about was the the funeral in iraq which to my knowledge when you showed the movie to reallife amanda was the first time she would have seen some sort of a semblance of a funeral for her husband overseas soared i'd love to talk about that and he in his in his question was also just kind of your focusing on the wives which you covered a little earlier because you did say that you had to balance between who's love it was neutros the the come come robbery of the brotherhood yeah yeah thanks for comments been uh and and that's the beauty of the film and that's the greatest compliment is is guys like him saying i feel like this is my story and we've gotten that from a lot of guys you know which is which is a beautiful thing and it's to have them be able to relate to something like this is uh you know not every guy comes is chris kyle not every guy comes home to a fucking book deals and like popular acclaim with everybody like patting him on the back like a lot of these guys come home they did some heroic stuff and they did some stuff that data.

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"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"No no no no bond there are always like and and sized i ran into him was like oh man thank you for that it like ham editing my first movie give me some advice is like added as long as humanly possible interesting he's like in when you get to the end of your twelve weeks year 16 weeks or however long you can stretch it out tell them you're thrown it all out your starting over and i was like fantastic and he's like and if you can do that twice to it twice and if you have to fire agai fire agai really was like you will learn more editing your movie than you would shooting three movies will so did you fire you one in the nine months things didn't work out with my first editor but it will allow you took the advice well i mean it was it was headed that direction but i know i edited for as long as we we brought the movie under budget by like three hundred thousand dollars to us thanks to malign producer in my producer but i edited for for close to nine months and you went through to editors technically i started with one who who went through the film in and then it was kinda like we just you know you start spending eight hours with someone you realize like we're not on the same yeah you're not beaten to the same we'll so did you take taylor's advice in which you really throughout would you had been working on and on and micro it out but ice will also throw to diagnose you have to look you're you're finding a way to sharpen everything into into bring everything close through the truth for me it was about finding a way to bring everything closer to the truth and the performance has got better and better and when you realize you could make their performances go from you know sixty to eighty two eighty four eighty seven you're like i wonder if i can get them to ninety eight 198 once you start getting up there it becomes harder and harder and harder and your jump in line in your cutting away seconds in your finding a way to you know to take this movie from two hours and twenty minutes to to an hour and forty seven minutes and like.

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"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"About what was the emirate gave me a no one time at emory is hilarious some he's like you know because you don't know what you're going to get from him some time senate's you know is can be very intense sometimes and he's like i said emory did you read the script anderson via yeah i read it unless it will would you think it's all right any any gave me note about like i wouldn't say that about something i can't remember what it was i took it out i think um but you know look i i you you understand that it's going to be hard for any person who is seen as a script and then a movie made about their life um um in aegis hope you hope that you can do them some justice but but also your that's not your goal my goal was not to glorify chris kyle my goal was not to you know to to make adam feel better about what he had been through michael is to tell a story that that takes us to a place and makes is having experienced that we've never had in this case you know how do we how do we put a face on on on this trauma how do we how do we build something into this that where where america gets to experienced first hand what it's like to to come back with this and and how do you how do you have the conversation for these veterans if they're not able to have you know because no veteran can sit across the table from his brother or his wife and be like here's what it was like here's what it feels like to come home you can't tell that to somebody but that's the magic of a movie a movie can put the audience through that and so that's what you've got in that comment was.

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"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Planning on subscribing do it through backstory dot net as that leaves more of your subscription dollars with us that we could then use toward great content so it's a winwin for both of us as you should well know by now backstory focuses on the art and business of storytelling in not only are we launching backstory dot net would you know it this is all timed around the release of our newest issue issue thirty which is packed with tons of great star was the last djeddai stories that will feature the film cinematographer producer editor and of course the poured man himself writer director ryan johnson we also have a huge feature on the post with kerr writers liz hannah and josh singer is really cool quentin tarantino piece the gets into his twentyfifth anniversary sundance film festival chat for reservoir dogs we also have screenwriter david scarpa for all the money in the world and of course we also did a story was steven rogers and you can read is full screenplay for i tania along with thirty other awards season scripts and we interviewed i tanya director craig leprosy as well and yes folks don't worry we have a feature on the design asked her artists with core riders scott new standard and mike leeds wherever you could also read the entire blacklist screenplay breaking news in uba county plus plessey full interview with its writer amanda i doco writer director scott frank tells his tale of what it took to bring his netflixing western godless to life and then writers steve lightfoot tells us about netflixing punisher and there's plenty more so i hope you check out backstory dot net to redesign a desk tampere laptops as always were still on ipads and then google play on android tablets so you've got options look i really appreciate you supporting my passion project going live at backstory died nets but now let's jump right back into my conversation with writer director jason hall about his passion project thank you for your service lisa sanders at the va seems like kind of a hero of sorts is that a real person because this is a woman on her lunch break that's helping solo out in you know it's coming on the heels of the scene were just the vas you know a a quiet nightmare you know a bureaucracy that's not moving at all when did you discovered.

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"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"She's a classicist so you someone who can look at it and be like oh this is like know this is like the story of odysseus he's coming home and it was you know soul tint yeah but she's just like us she's just like you know a script a script does alton script and so i let read the thing and then she tells me hey look at look at achilles okay with with sniper it was like look at achilles so you look at each level user oh absolutely who is it i'm not going to tell you male really really okay all right her name is dr there is a story is is the the book that i found that i was like you know and then assert stalking her yet i knew that is that that's cool that's cool um but you take you know with this it was like odysseus in when you can find the when you can find the the milestones in the markers the hit the markers of traditional classic greek mythology like that story tones in our dna and so we recognize that we recognize that in a character like oh this feels this feels familiar to us and then and then it starts bringing out things in us that that are hard to access it's interesting to seeing where they go hunting at night in which you know something terrible could happen at that point their friends already committed suicide so you're you're kind of worried what's going to happen but he becomes like kind of a very cathartic seen where they decide to gather that they they've got to get help they can't handle their problems on their own when when did that scene into the picture because it seems like if i'm tr.

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"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"You forget you know that that like oh this could be a real person that you're watching and so my my challenge that chance myself with was like how do i get this movie made an and put a bunch of faces in here that you haven't seen before the best actors that you haven't seen before and how do i make people forget that there watching a movie for a minute how do we how do we like try and reach back to some of that social realism the william wyler got by cast in a real vet by by putting them in real places that felt like they were authentic to this so that so that the audience i go to a movie not to see big visual effects i go to a movie to forget it's a movie like those are the movies i love where i forget it some movie i forget i'm watching a film and i'm having inexperience and you castle a real vets for like the va seen to might to my knowledge right you really wanted to fill the room with with the faces of vets via the va the all every every person in there is a veteran the whole room so it's desk none that's correct and that was that was a now because if if if you're a veteran i i think there's some veterans here you know you know what other veterans look like you just no you forget the uniform they like you'd they can spot each other walking through an airport by the way they carry themselves by the phased by by just everything they can spot each other so i it was important to me that real veterans who have also probably sat in a real va are looking at real veterans sitting in what looks like a real va that makes sense just singer and actor and talking as a director how important was rehearsal to your process some directors like to to just kind of table read and running on said other directors like to to really rehearsal before and so on this you debut where did you fall.

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"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"You are you are correct now why they were going there from two peca damage that's they were doing a great deal it was big in they were doing a big deal with some curious in this in these five weeks once you once you got the green light to be the director what was your learning curve did you did you like start getting directing advice from eastwood possibly or spielberg himself were were there any things that you were picking up right before you were getting ready to shoot you had a past acting you've been on sets before wasn't that new to you but you hadn't been in the directors share you know yeah a lot of it is finding finding who these actors are the the you're going to be able to to lead into that place you approach it as a director directing actors that would have first reform absolutely i'm very comfortable directing actors of you know as you said i acted in um two every acting class of every different kinds of method under the sun and so i can talk you know i can talk meisner i can talk strasbourg i can talk all the hutu and if you want stanislavsky stanislavsky oman and we can do the russian but it's you know i approached it that way you're telling the story of these actors this is a really a performancedriven movie and it's you know my my approach to the film mix side of it was finding a way to to make it not feel like a movie to do everything i could to make enough fuel like a movie to do everything i could to make a not feel like this was directed by somebody to do everything i could to take everything that was like a cool shot or wasn't that a cool camera mover an angle alert thing out of the movie because i think that every time we see that from i go that was a cool shot this directors really cool while in you're not thinking about the move.

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"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"In a walking out of a you know coming out and and throwing up because it was just it was your your experience the in the blast waves the you've experienced before the the air the impact of the air the sound the smell of the powder and it was intense forum but it was the scene that we we understood and didn't need to be in the film we at experienced so much of that in the film um you know so much of their their trauma that it was it was kind of a hat on a hat and so it was pointed that out and it was like oh that was like pointed to but but yeah you was the last week i i got a call and someone said his producer said isn't great congratulations allows the isn't what grade she's like at the movie got greenland and i was on a plane and we were taxiing towards take off and i wasn't supposed to be on my phone but i'd seen the number and i was like oh and so i was like wow wow and then the the stewardess walks by she's like sir you need to put down your phone right now and i'm like oh my so who is he he's he's direct to the movie or is in she's like no he's not as a we'll whose direct and she's like i don't know that the agency's pitch lot of paint sure you need to put down your phone right now like seriously put down your phone and i'm like some left here and she walked away and i was like christie if he's not directing the movie who is and she mentioned two other people and i was like those are terrible ideas those are awful ideas they'll never get to know these guys i've spent my life with them i need to direct this movie and and i just started pitching myself which is awkward enough to after pitch yourself in any circumstance let alone on a plane that's tax.

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"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Um so yeah i do it once once we got past the script that it wasn't supposed to be into the ship that it was it was it was still quite a long time and i took a little bit of time off to go to make american sniper and then came back with with new ideas and in a new insight into it and and really came back to it with it to nasidi impounded away at it and the whole time i thought it was going to be stevens movie towards the end i started getting this idea that maybe he wasn't maybe it was too small you know and i heard more and more stories of like yeah yeah yeah it's his moving until he he steps off of it so i started to prepare myself for that but but you know he's so invested in this development process and i to develop the movie with him at a table there was nobody else so it was it was his movie until it wasn't it and we went over the script the last the last week at least seven times and i'd give it to him and sometimes i get notes back in three hours do you remember what some of the notes the you're getting back any stuck with you there was i opening while there was a there was a scene where she suggested a certain point that adam works at a munitions range and adam actually did go and work at that munitions range and it evolves sitting in this little trailer and you're looking at monitors in your your detonating blass out on this field as these guys you know dr these tanks around and and how these these exercises and it was for him it was a very dramatic thing and he.

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"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"They're they're no longer having the family feeling as they're trying to come back to their own families it reminds me and we we talked about this little before the best years of our lives it's right now the the classic film which which for me at least was one of the first films that i'd seen ptsd addressed in and you know the consequences of of war in civilian life um you know in that case was world war two did that influence you because i i know we talked about it a little and i'm just curious league how it did um yeah that's one is stevens favorite films he watches it a couple of times a year and so any time that he would watch it he would come in and he would say i just watched best years of our lives again you need to go back and watch it so i think i ended up watching best here's of our lives like twelve or thirteen times um because he really likes that movie and and i i grew to love it myself but it's a rather long movie over three hours and it was you know they explore they don't touch the war at all there is not a flashback in moving rate there's there is the closest you get to warn that movies when he goes the airplane graveyard and the whole movie has been so personal it's been so so with these guys and then finely wyler opens it up and you kind of see you go to the wing and you go to the other wing in his there behind him and you see the the sort of the globe windows in front of him and it's like you get all of the tension and you sort of get that moment of war through these guys eyes and what that was like for them without ever go in there so that was the influence on me was um.

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"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"jason hall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"It was you know i wrote a false grip daniel day lewis is going to read your script you write the script absolutely right the best version of that script knowing that it's not the best version of the story what was your favorite seen surely there was something that you really attached to it what was your favorite seen from this in the pre and the doctor script there was he'd had a family in and uh did he it kinda walked away from in in this version of this strange script anna parked in front of their house one day any any just sat there and wants to his his family that he'd walked away from with a with a ton of regret anna and that's the one that six out to me for whatever reason it's it's always good when a screenplay is a living breathing organism and it's changing obviously as you're saying so when you remember the script changing it again to be away from the doctor story uh well you know he he i gave him the script and he's a daniel read the script he thinks also that you're correct it's not a story about the doctor her so your free to go right this story about the soldiers and and so it was it was then that i went back to the book can and and explored all all of the the characters in and how you how you are going to use all of them to sort of tell the story in in uh in really figuring out what the stories about in in for me it was a story about homecoming who was a story about not just you know walking walking back to your life but um but homecoming is a is finding your way back to yourself it's a um you know we're finding their way back to innocence for these guys and so was how do we tell that story how do we how do we hit that theme with all of these characters and and um you know wine them together in a way that was coherent and uh in a revolved around that question of you know what happened to dos sir what's interesting because you know they're unit in iraq and when they get back to the states they're kind of a fractured unit their checking in on each other here and there the but there.

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"jason hall" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"jason hall" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"So if you can eliminate you'll have more time so ask yourself at every moment is this necessary if loves what about his mark divine mind podcast thanks so much for tuning in today heavy heavy germany today i have a solo casts regionally had a show scheduled with the fellow named jason hall who is the director of a movie i recently watched called thank you for your service unfortunately jason got sick and can do the podcast so i decided to do a solo cast anyways and i wanted to mention the movie and jason because i encourage you go see the movie it's essentially a it follows a group of soldiers who returned from iraq and struggled to integrate back into life and their families so it takes a look at the unseen wounds of war and the crisis that is causing among vets this is a near and dear issue to me and i know a lot of vets who are struggling we worked for the few over in greece and our training had a significant impact with them and it was had a big impact on us admitted the focus of our courage foundation which we launched last year to work with vet suffering from pt s and to try to help stem the tide of twenty one to twenty two of these guys or women to committing suicide every day it's a real horrible problem that we all need to figure out how to solve then so we're going to do our part to the courage foundation.

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