20 Burst results for "Jeff Goldsmith"

Interview With Spiral Director, Writer, Darren Bousman and Josh Stolberg

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:13 min | 4 months ago

Interview With Spiral Director, Writer, Darren Bousman and Josh Stolberg

"Darren josh. good to see you guys. How's it going good. Let's be you're so happy to be here so glad to have you guys the number one film in theaters this weekend. Which is quite an accomplishment as people are vaccinated and coming back into theaters. So congrats on that. Thank you I and we're gonna we're gonna get into a lot of stuff today but we always start with breaking in stories and it just kind of gives a good place for folks to kind of learn who you are what you do darren. I'm from city. It seems like you grew up in kansas as well. Where'd you go to high school. Went a shiny. Mr south to china mission north. About ten minutes from you. So it's iowa's i know i know it's crazy. I've met so many so many people out here now from kansas which is which is just crazy. That's that's awesome and what what made you move out here. Did you study film out here. What what brought you in los angeles. so i I went to ku. I majored in theater and film and keio I left after two years. It just wasn't my thing I just felt like if i really wanted to do it. I needed to get out of my comfort zone. And i think that you know being born and raised in kansas. All my friends were there. I needed to wipe the slate clean. Start over so. I went to florida. But how i got involved was when i was in kansas. I would answer every ad that i would find the paper about filmmaking and there was. There's there's a scene for filmmaking no matter where you live. I don't care if you live in boise idaho. y'all stay angeles. It doesn't matter where you are. People are making movies. So i i got on every set that i could came through kansas. There was a lot of really schlocky horror films which i was. I was on every one of them is like fourteen fifteen sixteen years old And then yeah. I went to florida to a place called full sail university. Which is a film. School did that. And then I left full sail and went to l. a. and for years it was the classic the classic store you hear about i. Was you know. I was a pa. I was an assistant. I was bad at both. I was fired from all And then i wrote. I wrote a script called the desperate. Which is kind of. It was kind of my therapy about my desperation in hollywood.

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'Palm Springs' is like 'Groundhog Day' all over (and over) again

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

03:12 min | 1 year ago

'Palm Springs' is like 'Groundhog Day' all over (and over) again

"Getting straight into Palm Springs, and and you know we're in the non spoiler section right now, but we'll get into a little later really. Really, I'm just curious because you know most writers when they know that they're in the shadow of Groundhog Day, you know they kinda give up. Because how could you do better than groundhog day, but would soon entertaining about your film, is you? You take it in a different direction, but you still you know I feel pay a little bit of orange to some of the the mathematics of groundhog day and kind of go on your own direction. Tell me, tell me how palm springs started. I know it's the most boring question. The you've been asked a million times, but we're GONNA get deeper into the story mechanics, so it'll be interesting to hear how the idea formed. On At Afi maximum I made a couple of shorts together made our thesis Dome Together, and then during our second year there. Trial McDowell and Justin later came in showed us the one I love. And they're both in fi. grads had graduated maybe eight years earlier than when they aim roughly at at and they talked about being stuck in. A finishing school being stuck in kind of a development hell. On some other movie, and then there, whatever five years out of school and they didn't have much to show with it, children and Think drugs at a general meeting with Mark Who said like what do you have that we can go and make? Something on the cheap, and they're. They made the one I love, and so their advice to our entire class was like. Go make something right away. Is that same kind of marked loss. Due to blast. Brothers model just like just make something. and I think maximum. I took that to heart in the week after graduation. I think exactly five years ago, maybe this weekend or last week and we. We Like let's make our first meeting. We headed out the palm springs in had a our little last week in talking about. What we want to be is one location or locations contained that we know we can do. and. We both have an affinity to palm springs settled on hot springs, but Out Can, we came with a sketch of this character. Niles, who is just who was born out of conversation between me and Max in like? Mining our own personal fears in shame and insecurities, and from that point on Like it evolved into the groundhog day. Thing in a way. Did it just like? Ask US five years ago, it was it was more like of leaving Las Vegas. In just. As our as our own personal lives change over the cut, the following years, and you know. The influence of large forty-nine on me all that stuff it. It led the movie into a different direction than I think initially set out to do, and then once we landed on the ground hog day aspect of it all. You can look at groundhog days. Maybe at the end he figures out the meaning life. He's gifted this. This the day handing in the next day begins

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Steven Spielberg takes on West Side Story

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Steven Spielberg takes on West Side Story

"Are you what are you working on next? I know that there's a Yoko Ono John Lennon project and a BG's project possibly where are you on those two the titles yet You I know that they're both set up once with the Jesus with paramount Being produced at least by Steven Spielberg and The John Lennon Yoko sit up universal and John Mark Ballet Dude Dallas buyers club. Very much yes yes Yeah he's he's he's down to direct So hoping to shoot that next year and I'm doing a musical on Broadway of Neil Diamond Neil sweet caroline diamond. Wow so I go from here to get into workshop on that So we're hoping to bring that to Broadway is other non musical things kicking around that. You're working on. Yeah I'm doing the adaptation of three identical strangers which was Stunning documentary which My agent Coleman said would you be interested and I said look Chinese another job like a hole in the head And he's just check it out. What's the Steve? I was so blown away. By this documentary about three identical twins who reunited and and find triplets yet and they re triplets in and then they find that they're all pot of really nefarious study pretty and IT GETS Super Creepy I. It was a great movie. Yeah that's settled with With Sidney Kimmel entertainment and film four in the

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"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"For those keeping track. The Runtime Valkyrie is two hours, coincidentally, so's the Runtime of this QA. And yes, what you just heard was taste of my old microphone before podcast listeners chipped in and bought me, a new one Howdy. I'm Jeff Goldsmith. And this is the QNA my gender is simple. Each week. I plan to bring you in depth insights into the creative process of storytelling. So folks, I've run my screening series since two thousand three and began podcasting my QNA's in two thousand five and this episode fallen off the grid swim pleased to say I finally have time to dust off. This two thousand eight episode for Valkyrie with co writer, Christopher Mkhori. I'd known Chris for years, and he hadn't had a film produced in a few years. And I knew he wanted to get some stuff off his chest and talk. So when Valkyrie came out I went out of my way to make sure that we did a Q and A screening podcast together. And it was just one of those fantastic night's where he showed up, and although we were at a public movie theater. There was nothing programmed after us in really we were just. Left to our own devices to gauge the audience interest and see just how long we could keep this fascinating conversation going, and yes, I was very excited in two thousand eight to do a two our podcast as very few podcasts were dare run at that link back, then although a few had, and it really turned out to be a fun chat. Now as this is a flashback episode. I'll give you a little heads up that I decided at one point to read verbatim. Some of the very foul language from Chris's film. The way of the gun win talking about the dialogue at the start of the film, which was written to grab your attention. So I'd say that if you are listening to this episode right now without headphones, you might want to turn the volume down or better yet put some headphones on after we stopped talking about the usual suspects. And you hear me start to talk about Chris's process for writing dialogue. So that's your warning. And that way, you won't have folks randomly hearing this crass dialogue out loud. And wondering just what the hell you're listening to..

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The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"As it turns out, even when you're a fellow who can't physically feel pain. They're still away or two. You might not have thought of that could still bring on the pain. Howdy. I'm Jeff Goldsmith. And this is the name Mijiga is simple each week. I plan to bring you in depth insights into the creative process of storytelling, folks. It was great to have writer director, Jordan Horowitz with me today to chat about his new film, painless, you know, it's an interesting flick because Jordan has done is take a Sifi styled concept about a man who can't feel pain into searching for a cure and Jordan was able to make it on a low enough budget that he retained creative control this isn't a special effect scifi flick. It's more of a twilight zone style tail which in turn makes it a morality tale of sorts as well as you'll hear this is definitely an independent film. And as I always say if you wanna see more independence like at please make sure you find a way to support painless and give back to indie cinema at a time when audience support is so crucial. So you could currently find painless. On itunes and Amazon for starters. So I hope you consider renting it and watching it without a doubt Jordan was really forthcoming about his creative process and the challenges you overcame to make painless. So I know you'll dig this episode and speaking of things to dig backstory issue thirty four is now alive at backstory dot net. And I hope you check it out. It's our first man issue and includes depth interviews with I man, author James Hansen. I man screenwriter Jordan, Horowitz and director Damian Chazelle you could read backstory on.

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"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"So when they can see something that's like, oh, he's not. He's not a kid, you know, then it helps with future stuff. But my my biggest goal is to go to New York in convince rubbed to write something else in thin, convince him to cast men, and I think that's produced it. Will you? Will you ever right? Have you ever considered writing for yourself? No, I, I love the thing. I'm still very new, so I still have so much acting that I wanna do. That's my first love. But I think eventually I, I would as soon as possible love to produce, but as far as writing or directing, I think I way too much to as far as directly, I don't think I could ever right. I don't. I don't do well with with with that. I leave that to the professionals in writing scripts are very different from you know, creative writing. Which of course I'm good at, but I'm the the script stuff's not not as much my thing, but veered off. Yeah, I think that's a good plan. Get robbed rights waste of his good-looking nece. If if he just sat in a room and sleigh hit with a laptop, that's more for my look, you guys have been very generous with your time. I want you to get out of debt give it up again for Robbins Bedser, and that's how the QNA went down special. Thanks again to writer director, Robert Siegel and actor, Spencer bold men for coming down to chat about their latest film crews and folks. I also hope you'll stop by backstory dot net to read the current issue of backstory magazine. It's issued thirty three, our mission, impossible fallout issue, and you could read in depth interviews with actors, Tom Cruise, Henry Cavill, and Rebecca Ferguson and writer director Christopher Mkhori in an over five thousand word piece. There are plenty of other fantastic TV and film writers, and directors and issued thirty-three as well. And you could read the entire table of contents at backstory. Dot net by a single issue for less than a beard a hipster bar or heck. You can even subscribe to backstory and get access to everything we've ever published. So thanks in advance for checking us out CUNY with Jeff Goldsmith as a copyright of unlikely films Inc.

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The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Since we now live in a time when our nation's really come together and put petty differences aside all in honor of the greater good, I began to worry that in the midst of all this calm and civility. Maybe one of my favorite filmmakers wouldn't be able to find enough material to make a new film about yet somehow, luckily against all odds, Michael Moore managed to make yet another fantastic flick Howdy. I'm Jeff Goldsmith and this is the QNA. My agenda is simple. Each week. I plan to bring you in-depth insight into the creative process of storytelling. I know I know that introduction was just a bunch of wishful thinking because the reality is that our nation has been facing a world wind of chaos for a few years now, and that is why I am truly glad that Oscar winning filmmaker. Michael Moore stepped up to the task of yet, again, shining light on past and president justices in his latest film Fahrenheit, eleven nine. You know what I really enjoyed about this film is that truly, no one is safe as Michael Moore manages to go after the estate. Tablist -ment of both parties while smartly showing how both a younger generation and an energize generation of new political activists are stepping up to energize the entire landscape. The fact that this film is coming out over a month before the midterms is perfect timing, and I hope it manages to inspire voters who are on the fence into taking action and showing up at the polls. We talked for a while during this podcast about what you could do to become involved. And really, there's a lot you could do if you're willing to volunteer your time and October is definitely the month to take action. So I hope you'll spend a few minutes online and look around and.

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The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Whether or not we ultimately survive as a democracy because there is no checks and balances on this president right now so the only way that's going to happen is if you take back the house and i'm talking about really good republican friends of mine who are principled hardcore conservatives they're not elected officials but you know it's the william kristol and david fromm and george will and people like that who are talking about voting democratic not that because they believe in the democratic ideals but they believe in the country and they don't want to see the country go down so if you care about the country that's what you'll do whether you're republican or democrat because right now there is no check on this president on the worst part is not a sense from what i've seen has been put into stopping what happened in the last election from happening again knowing being resources with no he wants this to happening right right he is he still happening right now the russians have made the play they made it big there here right now they're still working the refs are still doing it and trump is a witting accomplice because he wants them even funding for voting commissions to be on cheerios no no no he wants right he wants to be putin he's got that all a guard envy he wants to have a cut of everything that comes through this country right well you guys have been very generous with your time and i commend you on your film i can't wait to see you do give it up again for rob and joey thank thank you and that's how the qna went down special thanks again to screenwriter joey hardstone director rob reiner for coming down to chat about their latest film shock and awe and folks i do hope you'll support the film and spread the word about it you could view it in the and also on vod and through direct tv and other platforms so keep a lookout for it i also hope you'll keep an eye out for backstory issued thirty three which is coming just a few weeks which has the mission impossible fallout cover featuring along interview with writer director christopher mcquarry along with a lot of other great film and tv stories as well so thanks for checking it out qna with jeff goldsmith a copyright of unlikely films inc in two thousand eighteen.

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"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Everything old becomes fresh again is the western genre gets a much deserved new coat of paint howdy i'm jeff goldsmith and this is the qna my gender is simple each week i plan to bring you in depth insights into the creative process of storytelling folks it was fantastic to have writer director scott frank back in the screening series and podcast chat about writing and directing all seven episodes of his critically acclaimed limited tv series godless what's wild about this project is that it started out as an original feature film script that scott wrote and didn't even plan on directing but it took so long to set up and kept making the rounds over the years that after he directed his first feature film two thousand seven's the lookout the prospect of him directing godless became more and more likely you know it's really rare that a writer gets to expand a feature film script into a limited tv series and this gave scott a chance to take the characters that he already loved and let them breathe and live longer in the world that he created for them which resulted of course in some really great television if you somehow haven't yet watched godless you can of course find it on that flicks and i highly recommend you check it out but if you haven't don't worry the first half of this podcast is spoiler free and then once we do get into the spoiler section we focus on the entire series and especially the finale because that's what we showed our audience the night of the qna you know scott really managed to turn some tried and true western genre tropes on their head which were fantastically to keep the audience engaged and during our chat he did a great job of examining his creative process and what it took to create his limited tv series so i know you'll dig this episode and speaking of things to dig just published issued thirty two of backstory which has deadpool two on the cover that's right our thirty second issue in six years and we're quite proud of it and you could see the table of contents and read the entire magazine backstory dot net in issue thirty two we chat with deadpool two writers rhett recent paul were nick in a four thousand words spoiler specific piece and then deadpool two director.

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"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Look up in the sky it's a bird it's a plane no it's deadpool in his charred body parts are kind of flying everywhere and it's kinda discussing glorious all at the same time howdy i'm jeff goldsmith and this is the qna my agenda is simple each week i plan to bring you in depth insights into the creative process of storytelling folks the screening was a lot of fun because it was so great to have co writers read recent paul were nick back in the series to chat about their latest film deadpool two so retin paul relaxed in the series for the first deadpool film which is also a podcast that you could still hear and obviously after the success of that film they really got to flex the creative muscles without any interference this time around and as you already probably know the results were truly fantastic look written paul been in zone deadpool for quite a few years now in the studio gave them all the time and money that they needed to make the sequel truly got to make the film they wanted for once retin paul have been writing a longtime together and have been joined by ryan reynolds the film's star but also the new co writer to the team he got his wg a card in this movie and they were really articulate about their creative process so i know you'll dig this episode and speaking of things to dig we just published issued thirty two backstory which has a dead pool to cover that's right our thirty second issue in six years and we're quite proud of it and you could see the table of contents and read the entire magazine at backstory dot net now i know you're hearing retin paulin this podcast right now but do keep in mind we ran a four thousand word interview with them in backstory which covers some items that most certainly are not discussed here plus we have deadpool two director david leach in his own article as well but first let's give a nod to today's to sponsors cover fly and final draft are you an emerging screenwriter checkout cover fly dot com who cosponsored today's episode and it cover flying dot com you could find out just how cover fly is helping connect talented emerging screenwriters with agents managers and producers in fact cover fly would like to congratulate the screenwriter do.

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The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Uhhuh please remember the oasis is closed on tuesdays and thursdays but folks i'm posting this episode on a friday so we're good howdy i'm jeff goldsmith and this is the my gender is simple each week i plan to bring you indepth insight into the creative process of storytelling folks the screen was an absolute blast and i was really excited to have cool riders zach pin with me to chat about his latest film ready player one we did this as a post release screening and of course i had to fix the sound problem on it that would not go away but it did go away it's all cleared up now and you'll never even know it was there so apologies for the delay it really meant a lot to me to have that come down to chat about his adam tation based on co writer and novelist ernest klein's book because as a novel while quite brilliant ready player one is really tricky to bring to the screen in fact a lot of people in hollywood thought it couldn't be done because there's so many references and plot points complicated technology but luckily zack's adaptation and collaboration with ernie was so clean and gauging that it really he is no surprise that it attracted steven spielberg is the film's director as you'll hear even after spielberg came on sat continued doing rewrites for spielberg based on his notes and refining the film and collaborating with ernie all the way through production and the attention to detail and character really shows in the finished film i gotta say zach was very generous with his time and quite articulate about as creative process so i know you'll dig this episode and speaking of things to dig just published issue thirty two backstory which has deadpool two on the cover that's right arthur d second issue in six years and we're quite proud of it and you could see the table of contents and read the entire magazine backstory dot net and issue thirty two we chat with deadpool two writers rhett recent paul were nick in four thousand words spoiler specific piece and then deadpool two director david leach and another piece issued thirty two also features over ten thousand words with the writers directors of ventures infinity war and gets into all the nitty gritty details of the spoilers that you want to know about plus the cabins on writing solo star wars story there.

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The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Today's film takes the writing concept of killing your darlings to a whole other level howdy i'm jeff goldsmith and this is the qna my agenda is simple each week i plan to bring you indepth insight into the creative process of storytelling folks i gotta say i'm quite pleased to have writer director bobby miller with me to chat about his feature film debut the clintons and you know this was fun it turns out bobby had been coming to my screenings for years and he was even in the audience for that wild qna i did with good old bob cat goldway for god bless america which by the way if you haven't heard it i highly recommend you check out the opening twenty minutes as things get kind of crazy and look to this day i would still love to do a screening of hot to trot with bob cats but we're here to talk about the clintons today damage so let's do that look bobby made a great first feature it's got some really strange moments and cool concepts and he did offer a very low budget which allowed him to protect his vision completely this is a dark comedy that embraces its darkness so i really hope you search it out and support independent film because bobby made a very unique movie that's definitely worth your time he was also really forthcoming about his process so i know you'll dig this episode and folks we just published issued thirty two of backstory which has deadpool two on the cover that's right it's our thirty second issue in six years and we are quite proud of it and you could see the table of contents and read the entire magazine at backstory dot net you could subscribe and have access to everything or get it as a single issue and we also recently published the marvel article archive at backstory dot net and trust me you're going to want to read it this special issue has a six thousand words spoilers all interview with screenwriters christopher markus and stephen mcfeely and it also has a four thousand word interview with co directors the.

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The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Today's film is the superhero tale you most certainly didn't see coming howdy i'm jeff goldsmith then this is the qna gender is simple each week i plan to bring you in depth insights into the creative process of storytelling folks i got to say i'm quite pleased have writer director corley joe with me to chat about her latest film revenge you know this film is not specifically a superhero film so please don't go right me crazy emails but the ark of their protagonists as you'll hear in my discussion with coralie is most certainly what she was thinking about the superhero origin tale when she was writing and directing this and of course she's right i saw revenge at sundance in the film is really struck a chord with audiences and even at times divided them but it's a wild film tells a very singular in creative tale of revenge so there's truly a lot unpack here i got quite lucky to catch corley for an interview right before an event she was doing at the american cinematheque santa monica theater the arrow and we were put in the manager's office so things got a little loud as they were testing the film in the background but i i am happy to report my mike's handled it quite well and for once the sound went off without a hitch one thing i'll say is that i do hope you go see revenge in theaters as it's something that has a little bit of extra energy to it when you see it with an audience of course there's more than enough energy in this film so if it's not playing it at theater near you make sure to stream it at a later date but i do hope you can support a film like this in a movie theater if you have a chance because it will certainly be a memorable time experiencing it with a crowd without a doubt corley had a lot of great things to say about what it took to get her film.

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The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Amny zsa it's not just for breakfast anymore howdy i'm jeff goldsmith and this is the qna my agenda is simple each week i plan to bring you indepth insight into the creative process of storytelling folks i'm quite pleased to have co writer bob fisher and co writer director rob greenberg along with producer ben odell with us today to chat about their latest film overboard you know remakes aren't easy because they have baggage and you gotta be really careful not to upset fans but also to make something that's newly entertaining as well and robin bob and been certainly put a lot of thought into how to modernize this beloved flick and thankfully made it a lot less creepy than its nineteen eighties predecessor which i'm quite thankful for and the team was also really forthcoming about their creative process so i know you'll dig this episode and folks backstory is releasing a special marvel issue featuring spoiler interviews with the writers and directors of ventures finnity war and trust me you're gonna wanna read it so look as i hope you already know backstory dot net is alive and member if you've been waiting for a chance to read back story on a desktop or laptop well now you can finally read back story on a desktop or laptop at backstory dot net so look when the embargo breaks on monday may seven twenty eighteen we're going live with two awesome avengers infinity war pieces in a very special issue called the backstory marvel article archive it's going to have a six thousand words spoiler filled interview with screenwriters christopher markus and stephen mcfeely and we're also going to have another huge article with co directors the russo brothers so that's right over ten thousand words on vendors infinity war plus this issue is going to have every other marvel film and tv article we've ever published twentyfive and all and it's free for subscribers or just to ninety nine as a single issue if you're not a subscriber all at backstory dot net of course you could also find it in our pat app or via google play on an android so thanks for supporting the special marvel article archive at backstory dot net but now without any further ado let's jump right onto the stage the los angeles.

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The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"In today's film we examine the price that must be paid to truly have honor amongst the howdy i'm jeff goldsmith and this is the q and a my agenda is simple each week i plan to bring you in depth insights into the creative process of storytelling folks i am quite pleased to have screenwriter brandon boyce and director dean devlin with me to chat about their latest film bad samaritan you know this is a really fascinating episode because aside from all the great craft insight the brandon and dean give it was really cool to hear about how dean is independently releasing this film it's just kind of a reminder that we're in a really wild time for distribution right now whereby digital platforms or creating new opportunities yet filmmakers are still finding new ways to get their movies physically into peter's too so i hope if bad samaritan is playing near you that you'll go see it in a theater so that you could support independent film and help filmmakers forged new pathways for getting their films out there because as members of the audience that's the power you have and making your dollars count i gotta say brandin and dean had a lot of great things to say about what it took to get their film made so i know you'll dig this episode and folks backstory is releasing a special marvel issue featuring spoiler interviews with the writers and directors of ventures and finnity war and trust me you're gonna wanna read it so look as i hope you already know backstory dot net is alive and remember if you've been waiting for a chance to read backstory on a desktop or laptop well now you can finally read backstory on a desktop or laptop at backstory dot net so look when the embargo breaks on monday may seven twenty eighteen we're going live with two awesome avengers infinity war pieces in a very special issue called the backstory marvel article archive it's going to have a six thousand words spoiler filled interview with screen writers christopher markus and stephen mcfeely and we're also going to have another huge article with co directors the russo brothers so that's right over ten thousand words on adventures infinity war plus this issue is going to have every other marvel film and tv article we've ever published twenty five and all and it's.

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"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"One of the greatest things about the graphic novel literary movement is that once you die then beyond the great superhero stories it's a medium that allows for a lot of experimentation and cutting edge writing case in point today's film howdy i'm jeff goldsmith and this is the qna miges is simple each week i plan to bring you in depth insights into the creative process of storytelling folks i gotta say i am quite pleased to have writer director mark myers in this series and podcast because today we take a look at his smart adaptation of john back turfs autobiographical graphic novel my friend dahmer you know this is a really interesting story about who serial killer jeffrey dahmer was before he became the terrible person we all know him to be it's not really defense of any sort but an examination both of the path dahmer went down and also how easily someone like him can really live next door today's episode was done post released so this is out on blu ray you could also watch this film right now by renting it or buying it and i tunes or on amazon and other places as well so a highly recommend that you seek this out because it's a good independent film it's an interesting character study and the original graphic novel is something that you should take a look at as well so without a doubt mark gave great insight into his creative process and had a lot of interesting things to say about his adaptations so i know you'll dig this episode and folks guess what backstory dot net is now alive that's right so if you've been waiting to read the magazine on a desktop or laptop you finally can and i truly hope you will check out back story dot net because it is the place to go for mazing television film and theatre content now look the best way to start is to go read the free issue that we've posted and further the optimal reading experience please watch the how to read backstory video because this desktop laptop experiences a totally new user interface and if you watch that short video rather than just rushing in you'll be smooth sailing when it comes to your read of course we are still on ipads as an app and google play on android tablets.

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"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"I am a longtime fan of west side story and cannot wait to get into this episode where we examine the songs i've been in no less than two productions of west side story and i am ready to sing howdy i'm jeff goldsmith and this is the qa my agenda is simple each week i plan to bring you indepth insight into the creative process of storytelling folks i just learned this has nothing to do with west side story but i do feel pretty pretty because we have co riders and first time directors abby kohn and marc silverstein today to discuss their latest film i feel pretty you know episodes like this are always fun as it's cool to learn how a writing team handles their direct to'real debut and abby and mark had a lot of interesting things to say about their creative process and also making a film about a woman facing her body image fears so i know you'll dig this episode and folks guess what backstory dot net is now alive that's right so if you've been waiting to read the magazine on a desktop or laptop you finally can and i truly hope you will check out backstory dot net because it is the place to go for mazing television film and theatre content that look the best way to start is to go read the free issue that we've posted and further the optimal reading experience please watch the how to read backstory video because this desktop laptop experiences a totally new user interface and if you watch that short video rather than just rushing in you'll be smooth sailing when it comes to your read of course we are still on ipads as an app and google play on android tablets and why you could read the blogs from backstory dot net on your phone you cannot yet read the magazine on your phone we gotta make a new app for that but we're doing it but i repeat you could go read the free issue right now and if you like it you could subscribe to backstory and get access to all thirty one of our issues and hey not only did backstory dot net launch we just launched issued thirty one or oscar issue in it you could find great interviews with wgn winter james ivory for call me by your name and greta gerwig for lady bird issue thirty one also features interviews with actor richard jenkins.

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"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Being an assistant in hollywood can suck but being an assistant in the middle of a hollywood murder mystery adds a whole new level of stress to you're already low paying job howdy i'm jeff goldsmith and this is the qna my agenda is simple each week i plan to bring you in depth insights into the creative process of storytelling folks it was great to have writer director aaron cats in the series today to chat about his latest film jimmy you know la has a rich history of crime thrillers but those that include hollywood always manage to add a little bit of extra fun to the mix so it was really fun to talk about this film and i gotta say aaron did a great job of capturing the city on film which looks absolutely gorgeous and he also put together a really focused character driven mystery and was quite articulate about his process so i know you'll dig this episode and folks guess what backstory dot net is now alive that's right so if you've been waiting to read the magazine on a desktop or laptop you finally can and i truly hope you will check out backstory dot net because it is the place to go for mazing television film and theatre content now look the best way to start is to go read the free issue that we've posted and further the optimal reading experience please watch the how to read backstory video because this desktop laptop experiences a totally new user interface and if you watch that short video rather than just rushing in you'll be smooth sailing when it comes to your read of course we are still on ipads as an app and google play on android tablets and why you could read the blogs from backstory dot net on your phone you cannot yet read the magazine on your phone we gotta make a new app for that but we're doing it but i repeat you could go read the free issue right now and if you like it you could subscribe to backstory and get access to all thirty one of our issues and hey not only did baxter dot net launch we just launched issued thirty one are oscar issue in it you could find great interviews with wgn winter james ivory for call me by your name and greta gerwig for lady bird issued thirty one also features interviews with actor richard jenkins.

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"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"In today's episode i offer you escape from the contemporary cast that surrounds you and will instead transporters back together to a much gentler and innocent era i speak of course of the carefree and simple days of two thousand ten howdy i'm jeff goldsmith and this is the qa my agenda is simple each week i plan to bring you in depth insights into the creative process of storytelling you know ever since stormy daniels has been featured in the news cycle so prominently as she's gloriously insisting that she's going to tell her side of the story i've had friends bugging me to repose this episode so now right before her sixty minutes interview airs this coming sunday in march twenty eighteen i am reposting this podcast from twenty ten which features good old stormy daniels because i think it will give people a chance to learn more about her as a filmmaker before her personal life becomes so thoroughly and publicly examined today's flashback episode features stormy being interviewed on june seventeenth twenty ten along with the filmmakers of finding bliss right as the film was being released into theaters in los angeles in case you're unfamiliar finding bliss is a twenty ten romantic comedy that takes place in the world of the adult film industry and this interview also features finding bliss writer director julie davis co star christa campbell and co star jamie kennedy i gotta say this conversation has a lot of truly silly moments but at the same time each of the filmmakers admit to having struggled to achieve their vision and as you'll hear at this time in stormies career she was struggling to create non adult industry content specifically a horror film that she wrote and wanted to direct and sadly stormy was encountering a lot of trouble scaping the stigma female performers often face when trying to cross over into producing mainstream non adult film content so it's an interesting time capsule of sorts and in order to honor all of the filmmakers i've left the podcast unedited and in its original form the same way it was released in twenty.

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"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"jeff goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Get off and let's go john and michael well we like what we like and what we like his movie set in the '70s directed by former members of the state on so we have another fisher the were trying to put together right now it's set up at fox uh and it's called cochran in lafarge the greatest minds the world has ever known and can renew and marinos attached directs and is about a married pair of mines in the '70s who are the most popular entertainers on the planet and their marriage dissolves and then they get back together uh and it's kind of like boogie nights but with my lou loosely inspired by shields in your now with anyone delivers the night did did do not exist they are invented venture their based on some real people that it but not the actual names slurring we'll fourteen hello you have to show your bed that is that gonna be a problem what look you guys have been very jitters with your time i cannot wait to see what you do next give it will be in for this amazing panel thank you and that's how the queue and they were down special thanks again to our amazing panel which included koa writers michael colton and john abboud plus producers jonathan stern and peter principato along with actor will forte and the director of this fine film as well good old david wayne and i want to thank the all for coming down and chatting about their latest film a futile and stupid gesture and remember folks you could see the film streaming right now on netflixing make sure to go check it out and spread the word and i also hope you'll go check out back stories oscar issue number thirty one at backstory dot net where you could now read the magazine in its entirety on a desktop or a laptop and folks although the oscars are over that issue ain't done so keep checking back and watch us add more movie and television pieces to the table of contents in the issue itself and you could see it all at backstory dot net the qna with jeff goldsmith as a copyright of unlikely films inc in 2018 all rights reserved and hey if you'd like to show your support and donate to this podcast so it can continue.

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