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"jennifer friedman" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

07:50 min | 5 months ago

"jennifer friedman" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Hey everybody just wanted to jump on here before the show starts because i am excited about the oscars which have not happened yet and you will hear this episode after the oscars happen so i tried to keep the oscar chat to a minimum. But right now. I'd like to quickly for anybody who cares. Give you all of my predictions for who's gonna win. Which has already happened by the time you hear this. Live action short to distance strangers. Documentaries store concerto is conversation animated short opera international feature another round documentaries feature time song from a motion picture speaking now from one night in miami musical score soul visual effects. Tenet sound sound of metal editing. Sound of metal makeup marines. Black bottom costumes marines. Black bottom soon. Retargeting nomad land. Production design. Make that exclamation point. animated feature soul adapted screenplay nomad land original screenplay promessi on woman. Best supporting actress usu- on yoon best supporting actor daniel columbia best actress carey mulligan. Best actor chadwick boseman as director chloe's how and best picture sticking my neck out here trial of chicago seven. We'll see how i do. Enjoy the show. Eighties hurtles town. Hey everybody my name is doug and i love monari. This is douglas movies coming to you once again from. Maybe we'll do this show in front of live audiences again soon with another homes alone addition it sunday april twenty fifth twenty twenty one oscar sunday. But we'll probably we'll get into that at all because of the. It's basically weird timing that we're recording this in the afternoon of the oscars and then you're gonna hear it after the oscars over so anything we would say would be speculation. That would also have an answer already. So i also know nothing this year semi it's just like the lucas brothers gonna win is promising. Young woman didn't win anything else. No idea what's happening all right. That's that's great that works out perfectly by guests today are returning champ griffin newman. And the co hosts of. That's messed up podcast. Charac lake and liza traeger. Hey everybody how. I'm a man that he's won before. I'm really gonna shit aren't going anywhere we're getting the ken jennings of the wells movies show jennings. I'm probably the guy who gets beaten by ken. Jennings enough to make it to the ken jennings stage again. That's the that's the thing we've been doing is leading the the prize for winning basically. Is that if you're into it. You can come back onto the next week and griffin was with us for the first time last week's this and so he's a one week champion at this point so i wouldn't call him. I wouldn't call them. Ken jennings but he's definitely he's at least a lot of the had. They've had a lot of those especially recently. I've noticed that the champ to turnover quicker on jeopardy these days. I don't know what that is. I feel like part of it. Is that the contestants You know he. He basically study with alex than you go. And have some you know former football player reading different scott a different pace to it. I just want to. It's at least they're actually three different ups nominated for us this year. I mean four four. Because you have the to. Lucas brothers are nominated for writing judas. Jennifer friedman is nominated for writing borat. Von free is nominated for best short film really. Yeah that's pretty cool on trip. Home is calling. it's called to strangers. And i brought up the holster thing as a way of saying. Let's not talk about the here with talking. Well as a shaded back i actually. I moved into a new apartment in one of my prized possessions is snow globe that says fuck and jennifer gave that to me. So that's kind of cool. I think it's weird. She didn't want it she's like i don't want this. You want this mike. How do you not want a snow globe that says fuck like where's your heart and spirit plus initially. I thought it was a gift to you and she just lucked out that. That's something you would want. No she came to us. Someone gave this to me. I like your spirit is dead. You tell me about cara. Does your first time on this show and i. I know the premise of your podcast. But tell my listeners. About it okay. Yeah so basically lease and i love law and order. Svu and we talk about at epa new episode every week. We don't go in order to kind of bounce around the twenty two seasons and then we talk about the true crime episode was based on and then we interview somebody from the episodes. So we've gotten to talk to some really cool people. So far we have oscar-winner marcia gay harden. We've had her on grammy winner y. Class we've our podcast is about ezek has thought it. I think i guess is at an emmy. Grammy oscar tony but Yes that's the premise. So if you like true crime or long arrest view join us over on the exactly right now arc a were. How long ago did this cirque. The show's been on the air for forever. So what do you do you go back to the beginning or are you talking. Our current episodes. We just jumped around. We just pick our favorite episodes because not every episode is based like super super directly on a true crime so we pick the ones that we think are are good episodes based on the best cross a based on like the most interesting crimes like and we also like apple episodes based on the famous people we want as guests and then we also like to keep the crimes. It's weird to say diverse but we want people to work covering different types of crimes. Not just like blonde women big match for app Old people get murdered two and we'd like to highlight you know we can't away but it's mostly. I'm in sales. That hate their mothers just murdering young women all over the country must like much like in the real world. yes yes And we tell you what episode of watching next week so a lot of people. I just go watch the road there with us for our when we when the episode comes out you know. That's a great system. I loved that i would. That's the kind of show that you know. I tend to see like on marathons. Anyway in the marathons will have a theme. Like it's you know a libya's love life sitara it'd be laying all about ict week on usa.

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"jennifer friedman" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

08:21 min | 5 months ago

"jennifer friedman" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Of hours while we were you know Developing story of pd dies of a he died of pancreatitis. Twenty or two thousand nineteen. Right murray so i actually. It was before production So that year alone. We lost to two days and it was just weird going Going into production with all that grief and all that sadness but like kenney said like watching mama kula and friends in union sort of deal with their grief was very helpful will have plenty of personally onto the writer i got i got fired from a kids cartoon once which is pretty pretty impressive But i think my darkest moment were related to judas would be when we started pitching it and we had ryan kugler and daniel khalida and lucky stanfield and charles king and we were sure there's going to be a bidding war And everywhere we went they either scott sold no or we love it. You gotta cut your budget by a third and I i know in my heart that if we had Jake joan hall and bradley cooper in period. Victory story piece earlier today would've been throwing money at us And so that was not surprising but dark how discouraging was obviously happy ending. So i'm out. They wanna other brink. We're gonna go to no man's land next. Yeah i i knew. I had to make a film within this budget. Another number and Having produced on my own films I knew that. I can only write certain type of movie and is is the first time that i work with professional actor That put pressure on myself to write something that has more plot in it. And i was in eugene oregon on a trip a research trip i just. It was one of those dark night of the soul value. Say moment where. I go if i stay to this plot. I'm not gonna be able to capture those special moments that i will be able to will add directed and and let us moment come to us because it's going to be too strict and it's gonna be too expensive so Six am gall shower and just throw everything away and roll the whole thing to something much simpler and that's why we ended up making so that was scared. That's a wild rewrite. that's next fastened. Holiday inn is on that We're going to go to one night in miami kemp k. I mean honestly with with an indie movie. There's so many dark moments almost feel like the movie itself is like a cockroach in the universe is just a boot trying to stomp your ass out the whole time but If i had to pick one dark moment it would probably be wrapped principal right before covid in louisiana. But we had several scenes that were pretty pivotal that we knew we had to shoot later in we were actually one of the first productions to kinda ramp up here in los angeles and so they were like really strict code restrictions And so we tested the entire crew. And i think only only two people came back with a with a hit of them. Was regina so we were. We had like a twelve hour period where we had to get retested. It turns out she came back negative. It was a mistaken but there was like a if we didn't get those scenes that week like we wouldn't have been able. We already knew we try and go to venice in toronto and we knew the dates that we needed to have this. Don't finish by. And if if her tested and come back negative it would pretty much been like game over for the year for us so it was a really weird several hours of just kind of sitting there trying not to cry but thankfully we worked out. Glad it worked out. There's having story in each of these dark moments. We're we're going to go to sound of metal. So darius abraham i mean i came into before i started on sound of mental i was just i was driving trucks and Trying to get kind of make it as a songwriter. And i had a serious back injury and ended up on the ground and i lost all. My work had no money. I couldn't carry anything or basically move. And that's what brought me into sound. A metal darius invited me on a on a trip to just chill at him because I screwed So that that turned into a long process of working on the film so it turned into a good thing but started pretty dark. That is amazing. That idea that the darkest moment was the first moment. That's awes- i mean. It's harsh but but at least at least there's an upward inclusion I that's exactly right. Aided lost like fifty pounds at mike was just a shell himself when we when we began this crazy Nor so many dark moments in this like twelve year process that it's hard to narrow down and certainly tons in the casting and the financing and the filming but in actual writing process. What was really dark. Was you know there was no proof of concept. There was no money. There was no support or anything so we started using the sundance labs as like this as this kind of seed of belief and you know the first year. We didn't get accepted. That was hard the second time we didn't get accepted. That was really also hard and you know because you start to go shit. I'm not only. Am i not going to make this movie. But i don't get to go like get that kind of support and then when we finally broke the script Many years or really hit hit it then. Getting that form letter of rejection back from the labs again was a really healthy dose of darkness because it. It just felt like motherfucker. If this doesn't work how you ever make movie. But i particularly want to say it to you jeff in any writers out there because men that regina rejection makes you feel so damn small and it also techs tests resilience. I can i can. I can bring up that darkness in heartbeat out that south. I'm glad it all worked out. Obviously next we're gonna go to aaron sorkin for trial. The chicago seven I think. I i out jennifer friedman on apology. Unknowingly contributed to your darkest moment reason or at ran up against covid was because Sasha shut down production on to come to chicago seven now i. I didn't know anything about this. No one knew anything about this. I didn't know. Sasha was doing borat until i saw the first trailer. It was an incredibly a well. Kept secret Kudos to that but It's my understanding from sasha that the producers were saying you want this to come up for the election you can't go off and do chicago seven. Sasha was promising yes a workout it will work out and of course nobody could event. It's kovic that. That's what they were gonna run into vice my darkest moments so i'm sorry Actually it's fine. I just said that dark moment because it was more. It was a safer thing to say. So you're yet listen. You know there were all these moments along the way along all years to make chicago sapin where he just felt like. This is never gonna happen. And it's a terrible feeling. We all live and die with these things Speaking of which not to be blamed the first two actors we cast in movie both died he fletcher envelopes often. But for me. The darkest moment is always the same. It's it's before i star. It's the near date that i.

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"jennifer friedman" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

08:04 min | 5 months ago

"jennifer friedman" Discussed on This American Life

"The woman was played by selina. Siddhu vibrated by kate. Arrington and therapist by jennifer friedman casting from harrison nesbitt in paddock. Wrote this play in at the third coast radio residency ragsdale in by the way in real life decided to have freiburg removed. She's doing fine at five on breaking my heart so For our last story about blood today we go right to the source. The machine that keeps blood pumping and flowing inside of us and somebody whose job it is to make sure. That machine works well producer. Sean cole talked to this. Man also watched them work a winning. If you are squeamish about people's insides the story has a lot of that. My favorite fun fact about blood is that it has a protein that's also found in eggs. Albumin something about that. Just strikes me as poetic the complex machine of the human body and a thing that eats for breakfast sharing the same ingredient. I learned about this fact from a heart surgeon. Dr john eliot dr e. About five years ago i drove up to yale. Newhaven hospital and talked with him about this one technique employs they'll deep hypothermic circulatory arrest aka the deep freeze often. He has to do such radical plumbing work on the heart and it's arteries that his team cools the patient's body down to sixty four degrees fahrenheit and then warms them back up again. afterwards he compares it in one way to making egg lemon soup. You don't want the egg to curdle and occurred when the cook is in a hurry. It has to simmer at a very low level in order not to curdle. Well that's because of the albumen and the egg and the bloodstream is full of albumin. So that if we warm. Too fast will basically yet scrambled eggs in the bloodstream. So gross that's catastrophic so warming takes one hour. We have to warm very slowly as long as our heating bath is no more than ten degrees warmer than the blood. The blood wall curdle. We won't get scrambled eggs. Dr ease an expert on this deep freeze method. He's been described as one of the best doctors in the country. A giant of cardiothoracic surgery when we met in two thousand fifteen. He'd been at yale for more than thirty years and done about seven thousand open heart operations at that point including maybe three hundred transplants. He dramatically lengthen. The lives of jazz musician. Dave brubeck and the writer robert ludlum longtime he did one major operation and then maybe when smaller procedure almost every weekday offered to let me watch him perform deep-freeze to watch him take a patient and literally suspend their animation. what cooling them down does. They're not dead but they show no signs of life anymore so that he could into their body disconnect a crucial oregon and fix it with his hands. It's like he's a master illusionist. Fooling death with this high stakes version of misdirection was like yeah. I was thinking the the sound of who opening a breast bone might be interesting for. I think that'd be the procedure. I observed was a three hour or grafton valve replacement and got to the. Or early about seven thirty in the morning on a thursday all bound up with a mask and scrub hat and the team was already prepping. The patient for sedation dr ian. I stood several yards away in the corner so he could go over the case with me. The patient had a arctic aneurysm. You may know by. Didn't the has the largest artery in the body and shaped candy. cane an aneurysm. Just means that part of it. The curved part at the top in this case had become swollen stretched like a balloon filling with air so the wall of it was too thin unlike many other diseases. It doesn't have any symptoms until it ruptures. The first symptom is usually rupture or death. That seems like it's more than a sympton. Yes it's a conclusion conclusion. Yeah that's very well stated. The patient was still awake at. This point is wide open. Listening to one of the anesthesiologist had a brown moustache. A beer gut looked nervous leaning toward afraid within minutes he was unconscious and they were painting. Naked body all over with an iodine based taped. His eyes shut then. They swaddled him completely in plastic and blue surgical sheets which made the whole thing feel much more impersonal. Doctor seems to care a lot about his patients. But this is what. I began to understand how automotive his work is managing the proper function of this motor with its valves and chambers in sparks. Propelling a person's blood. Finally they made the first incision. They're opening up now opening ephemeral artery. Down elvis a low blood in dockery was right in the sound of them. Song opened the breast bound. Was i guess. We can go with alarming. Then they inserted the chest separator like a reverse vice instead of squeezing things together it spreads them apart molly watched on a wall monitor the circulating nurse. Patty lafond came over and explained to me that they were slicing open. The pericardium is kind of protective sac. Around the heart. And you know it came with that extra bit of packaging and is that is that the liver no the big lark. That's the lung. Wow almost see it expand and contract with breath. She was right. I watched the lungs expand and contract with this placid rhythm that made me think of ocean waves rolling in and out it was earthly and it was familiar and then things got a lot more intense holy crap oli oli smokes boy treading tissue cutting tissue or been sort of like pushing the lung to the left. Whoa broken through to the heart. Which is feeding sort of jumping like a fish and his chest like an angry fish trying violently to escape. But even that's too terrestrial a description for what this looked like. It looked alien. Like creature in a sci fi movie with no familial relationship to humanity. It was startling. Almost frightening. And i will never forget it to think that same thing essentially is also inside of me and dr e and all of you and everyone but when you see it. He think that thing is not to be trusted. Just then dr. Es me. If i wanted to come up cop meant onto the stool. Just behind the blue drape that separates the sterile area where they were operating from the rest of the room. I was standing almost exactly above the patient's body looking down into it and being that close as felt like i was looking at something so fundamental and and i felt like this is not something. A regular schmuck. Let me is supposed to see like if your guts are exposed. And i'm there. It usually means something's gone really wrong. Realize that hearts for so big one thing. I tried to convey a different writings for the general public. Is the beauty of the body. The.

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"jennifer friedman" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

02:12 min | 5 months ago

"jennifer friedman" Discussed on WBUR

"Have them in a steady, pointy photos soon. You know, Sandra Amigos, you know Bara Tosi totals paranoia and nominate me. Also some asshole Salluste arrest Ramayana gloomy horror and some music After all, Auntie Anna. I mean, they're gonna satellites. They were in that order. Mom says good job glass for posters in women's canceling on my gallery. Sentimental coming. Sando Cone, Islamic Ojiambo, Cornell. Informing me travel and the other way any peronnas young and people poor Facebook YouTube back on salsa. That request that human in my urine consume Cassie Rappaport, Typical Southern tigress ornamented for Iraq aided coming up another lap. A rival was proposed once again. See what I was going to invest in us size that the Chambal Jim, Okay, want to go back to question the content is so narrow Victor Garcia, the last lot of someone, Aeropuerto, Rico. Gets going to see you. Jimbo Porter, Cinderella's unit. Santeros components on the Jazz Latinos. Can you have a balance Is rice Is the gallery? Okay, come, Pia said he had an atrocity. Yo alfresco parasitical see Russian, Super soon Xiomara, Moroccan shamble. You're asking, too, he says zero Victor and Sierra contented. We talking Terrapin violence Agustin, So many angles here, released from PETA, Ramon Cota. When a malignant socks, mountain or a tortoise and a piano, they embark Calvario in battle. Jennifer Friedman, a quota and school channels like I Soon everybody's Aparicio from us again and again until Reese I got soon to Lada Samara, my girl to start out the second, I was going to hear some new music. Running off with my dear friend, Jumbo Cornell, most in Trump opinion who was my guest this afternoon? I'm going such a live on Facebook and YouTube, even though he's been known for his previous recordings of being Latin jazz is Latin. His roots are in start the music. I've been playing with Luke and I'm meeting somebody produced like Campania. His new recording is a single titled So Madam, a gorilla region recorded by educated the groupie to get it and then recorded by Because 73 others. Here's his version featuring on vocals, the one and only Victor Garcia from last Selina, someone that in political concepts of the very best and after like music.

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"jennifer friedman" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

06:17 min | 8 months ago

"jennifer friedman" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"We're all going to connect together. So the germ of this idea was jennifer friedman's who's a brilliant comedian writer. Who came in and it was like you. We have to do something About these crisis pregnancy centers and most of the writer. Most of us weren't familiar with them and she and she most people aren't familiar with them. Which if you don't know what they are. It is basically these Chris organsations that setup. That look like abortion clinics essentially or women's health centers or planned parenthood's And they just say women's health or pregnancy center. Something that doesn't tell you that they have a religious affiliation. There's often no religious iconography. They're often made to look like doctors offices. And they say come in and get a pregnancy test and we'll give you help. There are options. And they kind of make you think that one of the options is that you can terminate the pregnancy. And then when you go in and you say yeah you know if a young woman say i. I'm pregnant and it was a mistake and i'd like you to explore ending it. They'll say to. You will first off before you do that. You should know that god loves. Your baby doesn't want it to die and just kind of do all of these very intense psychological things on a young woman to to get her to keep the baby And vice did a really good undercover thing That we saw on youtube so we learned all about these things and so she's like you have to do something we're like okay. Yeah it's definitely the type of thing that we would do in this movie. Is that going to be too dark. And too much of a bummer. And and and so kind of came in with a lot of the idea and then you know the room kind of toss it around and punches up but but it was like well. What if we could separate situation where she eats a baby doll or something like that. She's telling it to this pastor there who is kind of you know masquerading as as a medical professional or whatever and she's saying i have a baby inside me and you just take it out. I you know and then revealed that her. Her father is the one who got her pregnant. And and so. It's kind of a lot of the my favorite stuff in the movie is taking. This is kind of a classic comedy. Set up of this misunderstanding. But it's doing it in the real world with a real person playing the quote unquote straight man. The person who doesn't understand and you have these two kind of clowns. It's i and the other person's yeah. They baseball manager confused. Right and every detail that she's repeating that we already know when she phrases it. It kind of escalates. It where he did. He said he gave me a tree. And that's why he did it in the alley so no one can see it. And it's just we know in this guy's head it's the most horrible thing and so it's doing kind of the traditional comedy setup but using real person but on top of that you have this very clear satirical angle which is the kind of thing that makes it perfect for this movie. Which is ultimately you have pastor faced with a young woman saying that she's pregnant with the baby that this is horrible to say as as plain as it is but she's saying this is a product of an incestuous rape and he's telling her no you have to keep this baby so it's doing this extraordinarily dark thing but in this kind of very familiar comedy setup and so really yeah if we could get that to work that could be naked. Be really funny memorable crazy scene and so then You know we we wrote that up and honestly. That was one of the scenes actually. We knew the jokes of that one and so that was probably one of the scenes. Where in the table read. Because that's mostly what's funny is the jokes and a very straight reaction from the person where we were just hoping we would get someone who really would would just say you have to keep the baby. It doesn't matter. It's all in god's plan faced with this Unimaginably horrible situation and and so we then set about finding a place that would do this and that took months and months and months it was the hardest one of the hardest things for the field team to book. Because these places are so non trusting of a company comes in and says that we wanna film you. These places have been screwed over before they. You know they believe this stuff. That's this is their movement. This is they believe it's you know it's as simple as as murder and that's that and and that's the most important thing to them and so and it took a while and we had you know there's all these things that the field team does that are kind of all these the this very delicate process and then finally we found a place and we and we filmed it there and even that hours and hours and hours that went into that day that kind of all led up to that And and how do you prepare on that. How do you prepare the act you. Are you rehearsing that day. To sort of make it clear what the jokes are. How do you set up a scene like that. Because they like how daylight this really produce so itself on the road and the schedule was very tight and the scenes change all the time. That was the thing we do for a while. And we typically rehearsed the scenes the night before with session maria in a hotel room wherever we were and we would you know this is pre cova aid crowd a little crew. What someone from each department and no because at the same time. We're still coming up with ideas for props and for jokes and this and that so we have a writers and we have rebecca ten-day who created all these incredible props for the movie like just spur of the moment with zero resources and we have our ad dunkin white and we you know we just have this tight little room. We rehearse that we come with ideas and and the writers are kind of typing up every new job we come they come up with during that and preparing them so such maria can learn these jokes because basically what we do is rehearse different scenarios and if this real person says this here's something you can say if they say this if it goes in this direction here you can say. And here's the basic concept of these lines. We need that. We know we love and we want to get and then the. Here's some other things. If this happens this could happen. And then but also so much of it they would just improvise really come up with something new and follow a a scene. That was.

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"jennifer friedman" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer friedman" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Everything. Yeah I mean I think like like gags got cut but for the most part you know for better or for worse. We're kind of allowed to do the stuff but we like long. I Yeah I'm not. I'm not sure if like anything we really really loved got cut. I don't think I think there was one thing. Were at the end of the episode before episode Barbara. We were writing. That ended that episode. Which I think is the most chaotic thirty seconds of any episode that we've done and the whole time we were writing it. We were like all right. Obviously we're going to be told we have to change this and then we didn't get told and we're going into production and we're like well obviously at some point someone is. GonNa stop us and someone is going to tell. You can't do this and then it just got to the day we will shoot again. It was like okay. I guess everyone is wanting to do. And that's a nice way to describe. The whole experience of doing this show is like surely someone will interfere. No Okay. Wow a also scary. Well it is well episode that episode aired. Not this past when this is coming out but at the time of this recording. Not this past Sunday but the Sunday before and I was prepared. I was worried that that episode would the ending of that episode would be like would make people watching it mad at how stupid it was and the and the feedback. I've seen has been that. It's like some of people's favorite jokes and stuff and that that is rewarding where it's like. Oh this was really silly to this. Was the silliest moment of writing that season was was writing that scene and we were like doing it through tears laughing. 'cause we were like this is so stupid and funny to us and and for people to feel similarly is shocking and scary going into it. Yeah I mean it's very vulnerable to have worked on something for five years and like constantly consistently throughout those five years and at the end of that the show just comes out. And it's like here's here's that thing. I've been talking about since two thousand fifteen. Oh God I hope you like it and then the Nice thing is that people have been so kind in it you know. They has been well received and that that is. I mean it is very scared. Just earnestly put something out into the world no matter what. So it's exciting. That people like it. I think I would be most afraid of not having limits and thus being entirely responsible for my work like the fact that no one was checking me. You know I mean. We're super lucky that we have like great producers and are like the the folks that adult swim are are really everybody's really involved in the making of this show so I mean if we're ever going out too far on a limb someone will be like. Hey like maybe rain this thing in but this thing is really working so I think we definitely have checks. We are getting we are. I think do a good job of sort of checking ourselves but we also work with really wonderful people who ask the right questions and keep us from going to you know. It's so hard to tell what this show like. What's too far or something? Keep US keep us true to whatever story. We say that. We're trying to tell Kinda I mean. I think we've established that as far as you're concerned too far has yet to occur. Well we just WANNA make sure we keep it subtle nuance to grounded bumble. Kor Kind of interesting. It's been really amazing. Is You know it's like we we do such subtle performances that we trained really really long and juilliard acting school. No we're all hams. Well Sandy Metro. Listen thank you so much for taking the time to talk to me on. Bullseye was really great to talk to you and the and the show is really hilarious. Congratulations Sandy Hoenig Metro Hari and Elissa Stone. Ah-ha three busy Deborah's is well. It's something else. Give it a watch on adult swim DOT COM or the adult swim Ab. That's the end of another episode of Bullseye. Bullseye is produced out of the homes of me and the staff of maximum fund in and around Los Angeles California. This Week Hey seuss. My colleague shoved half his beard off then kept it that way for a day before shaving the rest of it off. We're all going a little nuts homes in apartments. The show is produced. By speaking into microphones. Our producer is Kevin Ferguson. Hey Soussan Broszio is our half bearded associate producer. We get help from Casey O'Brien and Jordan cowling at maximum fun are interstitial. Music is by the Great Dj. W Dan Wally. Our theme song is by the wonderful. The go team thanks to them and their label Memphis Industries for letting US use. They're working on a new record. So look forward to that. We've been making this show for a very very long time. With hundreds of episodes in our archives maximum fund dot Org. 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"jennifer friedman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer friedman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Behalf and we speak with Christina so national domestic violence hotline from national domestic violence hotline in just a few moments so what were the questions that your friend asked you I'm asking this so the people know what kind of questions to ask someone they suspect might be in a dangerous situation corporate being unless they're more than and after and it's asking if they're okay asking them to describe what they're experiencing and asking if they need help and in I think it's important to be empathetic and also to be open and also to realize that even if you the listener talking to your friend might want them to get out immediately it might not be possible I mean so many women are trapped in situations where they're financially dependent where their care givers where they have children but it's really important that we prevented much harm and danger as possible and like for me when I was working on the book I wrote down a list for myself of it so I said I wish I had been given and if it's helpful I'll read that advice now it's short because the great so number one is document what is happening include dates and correlate them with supporting material like email exchanges and photos number two tell someone ideally more than one person whom you trust not to tell anyone else number three figure out whom you can speak with who will know what to do such a domestic violence expert or a lawyer number four know that you are not alone and you are not crazy number five it's okay to feel traumatized but please don't feel ashamed number six if your partner is not willing to acknowledge the problem and get professional help get away your partner is probably not going to change and then the last bit of advice are don't worry about your abuser focus on yourself you are the most important part of this equation and I just wanna close about that's my list of advice there are some things that mean happening around the world in this country that I feel are important to highlight Canada recently announced that as part of its code nineteen economic groups response plan it would invest up to forty million dollars for shelters and sexual assault centers across the country who needs additional additional resources to prevent or manage these outbreaks and it was in the news just last week that Riana through her Clara Lionel foundation and Jack Dorsey the CEO of square and Twitter what the whole funding of four point two million dollar grant to the mayor's fund for Los Angeles to help domestic violence victims they're finding approximately ninety people per week divest are being turned away from the shelters because of resources said this grant will help cover those additional cases and I feel like that's happening in Los Angeles it's happening in Canada you need to happen all over this country and all around the world there are plenty of people billionaires who can help solve not just this problem but many problems and they need to step up because there are billions have been made on the back of other people's work and those people are suffering right now and they can support organizations that are on the front lines many of which are in desperate need of funding these domestic violence organizations food banks Federer my guess is Tonya so rotten and the name of her forthcoming book is assume nothing and memoir of intimate violence you suffered abuse from your significant other who at the time was former New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and I only bring that up because he's very powerful person and you write a lot about about him about what his that sense of power and we all know that this is largely about power for someone you know I would love for you to speak to the person who is listening right now and feels powerless because you went up against a very powerful person what would you say to that woman who for child who's feeling powerless right now I well first of all my heart breaks for that person because I know that one of the reasons my story was able to be told was that because the perpetrator in my situation was a powerful person if he hadn't been a powerful person the media might not have cared but we're seeing stories about women now during this lockdown being subjected to horrific violence and to them I would say again you are not alone and you are not crazy and there is help for you and that the most important part of this equation if you and that you eat you must seek help and there is help for you and you know it's really important to understand it until you're in it like until I was in it it's hard to explain the psychological manipulation that goes on the mystic violence we think about physical abuse but it is very much emotional abuse its financial abuse its digital abuse having your cell phones and computer activity monitor and eat a really hard cycle of abuse to break out which is why it's so important to talk to a professional who knows what to do great seeing thousands of cases like in my case Jennifer Friedman from sanctuary for families it's almost like the victims of abuse need to be on brainwashed they need to be on gas flat and so that's what I would say to women who feel like they might be powerless in this situation I did speak with Tanya summer autumn author of the forthcoming book assume nothing a memoir of intimate violence I hope you come back and speak to us for your book gets official pub date Tanya I would love to Alison I am a huge fan and I think what you're doing on your show is so important right now we need you thanks honey thank you so much UP next Christmas communications director of the national mystic views hotline Cher's resources to help people currently isolated who are in.

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"jennifer friedman" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer friedman" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

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"jennifer friedman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer friedman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Team is working diligently right now with help from the state and the CDC to stand up and a full contact investigation very meticulous understand who his contacts were and then follow up with each and everyone of them Cody says officials continue to monitor the man she advises people to get a flu shot as that virus is circulating locally this marks the seventh confirmed case of corona virus in the U. S. meanwhile air travel between China and the bay area is getting more difficult delta American and United Airlines announced today they are suspending all flights to and from China to help prevent the spread of the corona virus officials at San Francisco International Airport say the number of weekly flights between the US and the Chinese mainland will decrease from ninety to fifty five next week San Jose International Airport continues to receive three weekly nonstop flights from Beijing on high nine airlines there are no direct flights to or from China from the from Oakland International Airport an immigration judge is considering whether to release a San Francisco man from ice detention after a federal court ruled that his previous bond hearing violated his constitutional rights KQ these Michelle Wiley has more Meyer extra press was detained by ice in twenty eighteen after repeated convictions for driving under the influence of alcohol government attorneys argued that extraction be released because his drinking makes him a danger to the community but San Francisco deputy public defender Jennifer Friedman says he's been sober since twenty fifteen and it's on the government to prove why he has to stay locked up as a federal court ruled last week the constitution and due process.

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"jennifer friedman" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer friedman" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"We've virtually harass male gamers, but we did it in such a way that we got consent the doors unlock. We made sure they felt safe. I actually approached every single subject as if they had trauma before coming in. So I wanted to be respectful, while fucking with them in a very sweet way. You honestly, made of human also known as the move pod up podcast, hosted by Sophie, shake, and who is a Danish comedian law. It's Jennifer Friedman on the podcast. You I was going to say you know, her you love her. I assume you do. It's one of the first things I said, so generous famous, right? Because it might have she is. But also, I don't know anything, right? Like I have no frame of reference. So I don't know if you know, Jennifer, even what I'm saying is you probably should know Jeddah Friedman, you should come and see his shows, you should check out online. She's a very bright, and I am sure and very hopeful that you will laugh this episode with now just before I let you listen to that, I want to remind you that I'm going to the ember fringe festival with by brand new show called the boom swing and the bump swings about memory and bums. And it's probably the show. I've been happy with the show them with this one. I'm just so excited to do it. And yeah I'm really excited to see it. So come NC it end. I will also probably be taking it onto. So sign of my new says was a find that where I'm going to be going with that after the end fringe festival. Also, I got secret dinosaur Colt secret dinosaur colors my other putt costs, and I'm so proud of it, and it's live comedy podcast that I do with Jodie Mitchell. So it's basically run by two non binary people. With pleaded cool to quit on binary people. Hello, huckle. Is that right? And it's about quiz, staff and daddy issues trauma and. Kingston, and dinosaurs, of course. So going down dot secret dinosaur, Colin comes to some of our live shows, it's an incredible atmosphere. And if you're someone who wants to meet like minded people, I mean, come to those shows because our audience, the best the best people. So that was me raving about that. Thank you for coming to my to everyone. It was lucky seeing all of you. Well, because I've seen all of you who came to my, too, not that everything wasn't of the pug, asking tonight. So, but. Would you actually would every single person listening council might so that would make some very fun shows? I'm I keep being amazed at how many how much of a type I have when it comes to an audience. I mean, the several types of people coming, of course, but, you know, there was one show. I think approximately eight people said the essay was saying Hello to me. They said they were bit anxiety attack. I was just an I'm not, of course, not laughing at us, if it's not horrible to have an inside you because I know this, but it's just it's such it's hype, you know, I'm not you have cautioning sites act. You'll my audience. What are the same people? We Scott of everything this is who we are. I loved it. I thought it was. So beautiful also. Because when I have an excise I don't I just wanna go home. I'm not going to queue to meet someone who show have just seen, you know. So I love the people felt safe enough to be like, Hello. I'm having unexcited suits, like we just signed my book 'cause I'm like, yes, I love that. You can trust me that I'm not going to be wit about it. If anything I was like, oh, God, I feel like I know you know, so, so. Yeah. Thankful being. It'd being these anxious. Nettie outsiders. I don't know how, how phrases like expanding describe your myself, and then assuming you're most of you like that. So thank you for being. Thank you. We haven't found my people basically. Now, I'm going let listen to this episode with the incredible Jenna Freedman..

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"jennifer friedman" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer friedman" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"We take a deep dive. Tuesday, April second two thousand nineteen names. Jack, O'Brien k miles gray and me tell each other news stories, and we spit out those prior hot takes even though we're second rate at best. All right to the tune of Mr. Jomo somebody he said. And also, you probably needed to know. I think I was at ta ks if it was not shout out to me. Always by my co host, Mr. miles. Mild of gray brings out a boys that Yod, and I'm like is Jack O'Brien damn right is Jack O'Brien I could teach you, but I've got my pod. And there that was it. Push out of two soldiers. Hanna Hanna maniac or that Colinas milkshake the confidence at our AK. So I'm like to that was to the tune of Mr. Joe you ended with and that and that's. All right. Well, we are thrilled to be joined inner third seat by a first time guest. Hilarious comedian, Jennifer Friedman. Hi, hello. I am I supposed to singer. I mean, if you have some you have like an AK. Just like a name that you use when you're trying to get away with a crime or something Amy Schumer. We'll all right. We were just talking about nine eleven before we hit record on this. That's a favorite topic of yours as a favorite topic is just a topic that always just find its way into conversation. Yeah. It's a fun topic to ask people about as illustrated by what's happening right now. We're having a blessed about nine eleven all right. Where you're going to get to know you little bit better in a moment. First we're gonna tell our listeners just a couple of things we're talking about today. We're gonna do a little digest of April. Fools fun, April Fools pranks are legit. Or does it happened yesterday? We're talk about Pudi pie troll on his way back to number one. Maybe if we have time and then bunch of serious shit. You guys know how the second act works the border shutdown that Trump of threatening dangling over our head. Joe Biden crazy Joe have an answer for his. His questionable grasp of how to respect people's personal space..

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"jennifer friedman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer friedman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Thank you of your daughter or better yet. A person. Jenner friedman. Welcome to bullseye. I it's nice to have you on the show. Hi nice to be here. It's weird listening to your stand up in a soundproof room with one other person. You were a field producer on the daily show for a few years. Can you tell me what that job involves? Well, we were writing and directing segments for the show so any any segment with a correspondent in the field had a field producer. Like news shows which kind of the field producer is a person who's with the correspondent in the field. But I think with our show because it was. Fake news or not fake news. But just not pure news at had kind of at a allies elements that role was more of like a writer director. Yeah. So I I had a I had a buddy who was a field correspondent for the daily show, Al Madrigal. And I went and visited him at the daily show office one time, and it was talking to him about his job and allies, very talented comedy writer, and as well as their talented comedy performer. He's like, you know when I do field pieces. It's really it's really the producers project. I am. I am a vehicle for that writer-producer. That's a person who works on this for weeks or a month. I am a person who flies to Florida for two days. Yeah. I'm glad you said that that's the hardest job in comedy that that job because you're basically a filmmaker, but your actors are unwilling participants except for the correspondent everyone else in the segment are not necessarily wanting to be portrayed the way that you are going to portray them again. We we don't take people out of context though, there is an element of journalistic integrity, at least when I was doing the field pieces, and you just shoot a bunch of stuff. And then you put a piece together. I mean, it was really really hard. But it was like a crash course in film school for me. What do you feel like the goal of those pieces wise? I mean, I think. I always like to sugar co like if I want people to understand nuances of some issue. I'll give you an example, one of the pieces we did was the fast food worker strikes where nothing about that is funny. But I really personally believe that people should have living wages. So it was a story. I wanted to cover and if you can use comedy to to show that type of a story in a new light, you can hook people into it. That particular piece. I did Samantha was a correspondent it's hard to kind of joke or talk about free market economics, and how it has failed. And so and also to talk to really vulnerable people who are fighting for living wages, so for that particular piece, we actually found a a person who has I think it was like a hedge fund that was like a seventy million dollar company, and he came on the show talk to us about why Mark how markets determine wages, and how living wages would mess up all sorts of things, and you're probably going to edit or censor it on what I'm about to say. But. One of the questions. We asked him. Do you believe that markets determine wages, and he said, yes, supply and demand markets dictate wages? So then the second question Sam asks described to me the type of person worth two dollars an hour. And he said verbatim. I don't know the PC word for retarded and right away. That was two minutes into him sitting down. I was like we have a segment because what this is showing is that the people who believe this have very little empathy for people working, and that's actually in my mind. The most distilled version of that argument that if you were talking about a news show, you couldn't really say that because it's like two editorialized. But if we can show it coming out of the mouth of somebody who who is like a free market unfettered capitalist. Then it proves a point in a way that it's like it's using humor. But humor is not necessarily the right word in that situation. But it's like getting to the core of that argument. I think that having watched soft focus your two specials for adult swim. There is a distinct similarity in structure, you're doing a similar thing to a daily show field piece. Generally speaking, the tone is different. And I wonder if if first of all if you agree with that. And second of all if you if you could kind of describe what you wanted to be different about what you were doing on dealt swim. Well, I mean, that's my show. I don't have Dawson's been really really cool about not really having a heavy hand in the aditorial of it. And I think because it's more under the radar. I can take at the moment more risks than the daily show would take also, you know, I'm thankful that people enough. People have seen daily show that the format is like familiar enough that people trust what we're doing without. Being hypercritical or anything if that makes sense like it's a recognizable format, but then it like goes off the rails. And we are in different times like John the daily show ended pre Trump and in that time period, we had this kind of shared reality that even if people disagreed he felt like you were on the same ground. Whereas now everything so insane. It's just it's just a different time without getting into specifics. And it feels like if you watch the news, and you see what's going on you feel insane. So I think that the show is partly a response to that. It's it's a little bit. For lack of a better word and a little bit pushing the envelope more because I feel like right now, we kind of have to. We'll finish up my conversation with Jennifer Friedman after a quick break when we come back. We'll talk about why women still have a hard time breaking into the world of stand up comedy. It's bullseye for maximum, fun dot org and NPR. Hi,.

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"jennifer friedman" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer friedman" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"About it. Find us on Facebook at Facebook dot com slash P, C H or tweet us a PCH after a quick break. It's going to be time for our favorite segment of this week. And every week what is making us happy this week. So come. Right back. This message comes from NPR sponsor adult swim should women play video games does alleged murderer John McAfee deserve your vote. In twenty twenty is the extra syllable in news person too much of a hassle. Find out on soft focus with Jennifer Friedman, stand up comedian Jenna, Friedman, tackles, issues, like campus, rape, and sexual assault. The second installment of soft focus with Jenner Friedman premiers Friday, January twenty fifth at midnight eastern standard time only on a dull swim support for this podcast and the following message. Come from the Annie E Casey foundation developing solutions to support strong families and communities to help ensure a brighter future for America's children. More information is available at eighty CF dot org. Welcome back to pop culture. Happy hour. It is time for what is making us happy this week. Stephen Thompson, what is making you happy this week. We have not gotten a chance to talk about the poet Mary Oliver who died last week. She died on a Thursday for one day Twitter was sort of transformed at least for me in my feet transformed from seeping rage toilet that it continues to be to this, very humane and generous place where people were quoting a bunch of Mary Oliver's poems. Mary Oliver as as a poet was not necessarily viewed as like, a lofty read her work was very very acceptable and beautiful and as somebody who is a at best adapted. Learn poetry I have really come to love her work and love kind of thumbing through her books. Just to find these very spare and simple poems.

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"jennifer friedman" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer friedman" Discussed on Probably Science

"Did i tell you i don't know that i was about to make an old because i remember the joke you made yeah no i was i don't know what joke i made back then i'm sorry but i but you were just saying you're talking about like something sad that died in chicago and i thought you meant a person but you meant the lecture theatre but so well this death sorry it was a while ago now forget really sucked pay everyone show jenner and i i manage a cargo but then you went up to new york to write on letterman and then produce on the daily show yes and now you're back now you're back in la just it's so focus on a dull swim yeah a sir great you did things very funny thanks so much the honey what's busy drinking beer in the background of one of those time youtube everybody can wash it for free if you if you go my name and campus rape you can see one of you google my name which is jennifer friedman geno with one end and cannibal cop you can see another piece so excellent about i'd forgotten about that guy entirely the you note only haven't forgotten about him but did a really beautiful woman peace with them really that's what you take away yeah you know i think like you don't like the way they've rebooted queer eye and now it's all about like bringing out the pulse and not just not just giving them a makeover.

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"jennifer friedman" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer friedman" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

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"jennifer friedman" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer friedman" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Was hey dad thanks for being here oh man i'm in hock heaven different kind of hug heaven than above it inhabits head right now we are in what we call them more room because there is a giant a mole at your house oh so yes i think we should start over sure sort over tyler don't actually start over because maybe this is somewhat amusing hey dad hitting things for kind to the show last night thanks for being here thanks for taking care of my kid when i like to sleep in is nothing but joy brush he's a good kid okay so dad you're on the podcast today this is really exciting actually we have a lot to go over today we actually have somewhat of a schedule so let me go over what we're gonna do syms anxious dad i'm not i'm sorry you're you're anxious eastern two him obviously he sees him so via this is somewhat of a special episode can you both you having switched one aren't you we're gonna talk about the crowd rights campaign for gaps we're also going to talk to dr craig rubens who's a friend of yours and is he the founder of gaps would you say he is and we're gonna talk to jennifer friedman who is in incredibly funny woman she is a shell geographic explorer she also whether a producer for the daily show with john stewart she has a new special outs call soft focus and i will talk to sort of like my brain right now is clearly your brain.

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"jennifer friedman" Discussed on Fake the Nation

Fake the Nation

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"jennifer friedman" Discussed on Fake the Nation

"Two one hello hello this is make the day should where we talk about news we talk about politics and where we scream at tax legislation i'm your host nikki far here to say that when i see a private jet i always say to myself i hope you're owner is getting a tax deduction for you i mean i don't know what it is about private jets they're like puppies you know they're just always get me today we're going to talk about always lie topic of israel will look at what moeller is up to and the hashtag me to campaign is the hashtag person of the year m day i'm very excited by our panel there are both really lovely friends of the show turner's to the show first up we have comedian and host of the podcast maeve in america she has just delivered over booth boothroyd's a large look yes that is going to be coming out in august of 2018 yoga loved one of my favorites maybe hey guarantee thanks for having me bashar who bogeyed of rates those who give me another side god the number of chances we have to give to you you guys and the other person sitting here is like one of my first comedy friends from a million and a half years ago when we were we she has a really wonderful special on i tunes called american content although the contest answered so when you look it up look for her name but it is hilarious so i tuned she has a special calling out on adults swim called the jennifer friedman show she is one of my total favored you guys it's jennifer pin.

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