18 Burst results for "Jim Cameron"

"jim cameron" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

05:08 min | 4 months ago

"jim cameron" Discussed on The Big Picture

"I think there are a lot of people who even men not just teenage girls. Who were like. Oh my god. This is the most romantic thing of all time. It's become kind of shorthand. Oh absolutely i mean. I'm being a little tough on the jack. Gross stuff but it is it is incredibly involving and successful but it does feel as you pointed out kinda simple. It's it's not a very complex love story. it's a very easy to understand. Tragic fable basically about two young lovers. I feel like what. I was watching the movie. I it felt to me like. This is the best that jim cameron could do with a love story of as sophisticated as he gets when it comes to the sort of thing but do you think it's more calculated than that. Do you think he thought to himself. I need to make this as kind of conventional as possible. So that then i don't have to. I have so many other things to worry about. I'm only going to you know i. I need the audience to be able to follow this part very very closely to kind of. Wow them with everything else. I honestly have no idea. I think this is the magic of james cameron and also the thing that i'll never be able to fully accesses. His frankly how his emotional register works and his emotional intelligence is just like exists but is very different than mine and i just. I don't know that the same way that i'm just like. I have no idea what compelled you to choose a robot father. I do think that that was what the movie added. I have no idea how strategic he's being in terms of. I need this note to happen here so that people will care about this. I don't. I don't know how mechanical it is versus had sentimental..

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"jim cameron" Discussed on Reel Chronicles

Reel Chronicles

05:28 min | 4 months ago

"jim cameron" Discussed on Reel Chronicles

"The t one thousand. Not billy idol. The singer but he was in a motorcycle accident which prevented him for taking the role which is crazy and the other one disappeared for you elliott. There was someone else that was asked to play miles dyson. Do you happen to know who that is Denzel asset is denzel so he actually is quoted to tell james cameron no fence jim cameron but when i read the script i thought all he does is look scared and sweat. I had got them oscar ready. Yes that was like the year but he really wasn't full on denzo just yet so i think they could. They could have gotten away with With doing it. I think i mean we're better than heart condition. Effort goes movement and ironically a d. day or judgment day is august twenty nine nine hundred ninety seven but in reading the real world august. Twenty one thousand. Nine hundred ninety. Seven is today that net flicks launched allow. And then the last time that the last two questions for you guys Terminator franchise as a whole. What do ranch. I agree as a whole trash. What do you think is actually the third best one. if you ha- if your gun gun to the head are create dark fate. Same for me. What about you elliott. Durfee atman people listen. I like dark meat for what it was It was a perfect now. Know w carl. No but actually. That's top orderly. I really liked the score by dr fada. I like the opening night. The first half of the film's pretty exhilarating. They took they took some risks with that first scene. That's probably what pissing off. Oh man i remember my sewing. One person walked out to people clearly like really ground like grown. I was like. I was gonna say she cuts that. I was mad. Because.

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"jim cameron" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

05:41 min | 4 months ago

"jim cameron" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"Ran off stage after the curtain. Tol by car in the loading dock for the theater. I was driving a hundred and four miles an hour on i five. Jesus i did not want to lose his job. I get up to the victory driving me as a greek theater ni. Get up there here. Surya or brian. We're not gonna get you hours literally. They ran out of daylight and they built a complete cancer around us. Through the last shot of the movie was my face laying in the blood on the pavement. Because after you get really bloody you know they have to do redressing Up so that was very last shot. I'm laying on the pavement. And jim cameron the else somebody else. That's a wrap. They yank the tenth open affirm around us and brilliant bright sunlight. this mailing you just. Oh wow tally in his sons. The sons over los angeles. You're up on top of that mountain. And i and everybody just disappeared like rats had packed up. I'm covered with blood. You the blooded rundown my aunts because they had done that that move with impaling his ankle this fall of blood. yeah. I'm like get our disappeared. I just kind of rock back might greater figure out how to get this sticky From my nether regions a and it was just this. Just welcome to hollywood kid. Were you familiar schwarzenegger from conan. At the time. Absolutely i was my first job in hollywood was playing the evil villain taurus more door in the conan live show at universal studios tour all while in and so Arnold had even calmed They included him in part of the opening because he was tied with universal studios him. It was a alive sword in source. Respect ocular that was That ran for eleven years. And i did that job. My last year in college i was able to keep it on the weekends. I still have one second here again right back now. You take your time. It's a podcast beautiful. The first shirt was broadcast ever in the history..

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"jim cameron" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:18 min | 6 months ago

"jim cameron" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"History. Came something besides soap in a towel that people take with him to the bath. Duck. And occupation. This has been the dumbest answers in game show history back to you, Jason. I mean, I think she's talking a rubber ducky. But regardless Welcome back Jason and Alexis in the morning. I might talk about a 71 Everything entertainment everything. Titanic. I'm Jason, Lex, Dawn and Kenny. Yeah. Programming note tomorrow. It's the moment we've personally been waiting for. Kenny reviews the Jim Cameron 1997 winner for best Picture 1998 winner. Titanic will do it right now. No, no, no, I really think no, no, no, no. No. Well, Kenny, sink or swim. We're gonna find out tomorrow. Or maybe he'll be the propeller guy. We don't know. We'll find out tomorrow's to make a choice. Jason and Alexis present. Would you rather Okay. Go that. What's good? Slip that little Selene in there, honey? Okay. Please play along. At home. We're going to start easy today. Sound like I was quoting Tina Turner. I'm gonna start easy anyway. Would you rather have unlimited love or unlimited money? This is Very easy You love love, love, love e want the love Do you get the other one taken away? Yes, just making up the rules, letting Jason take it away. I'm just want to make money to know you have to take one of the other. That's the game..

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"jim cameron" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"jim cameron" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I had to wait till he moved on you before I could zero him. I am not stupid. You know they cannot make things like that yet. Not yet. Not for about 40 years, The Terminator movies have been all over cable during the quarantine. I've watched Terminator dark fate, which, of course, is the latest Terminator movie that came out last year. I've also watch Terminator and tea, too. Probably four times while at home, and I have to say I have a crush on Linda Hamilton. I think it was the feathered back hair back in Terminator one. Linda. Why you laughing? I haven't even introduced you yet. It's there. Linda Hamilton has a new movie out entitled Easy, does it? How are you doing? I am doing very well. Thank you. Really, You know, hanging tough. What? Ideo you are my you are my 2020 pan. Emmick crush. Oh, thank you. Thank you. We all need a little boost in these time, don't we? Yes, we D'oh man. I got to tell you. I want to give you a compliment here because you are such a gifted actress. You Khun look incredibly sexy in one scene, then be this This authoritative, raging lunatic and another. Thank you. Ah, ah, Many, many personalities of Linda Hamilton. I mean, have you always been able to just flip the switch? You know what? I Yes. We don't be married to May I I think I dated girls like you. Surely, you know, Over the years I learned from all those, you know deeper, but I'm not afraid to just go deep and pull it all out and throw it out there. You like playing the mean person, the authoritative person better than the sexy person. Yeah, they never really was part of my lexicon. You know, I mean, truly, at the very beginning of my career I screen tested this producer wanted me in his. You know, Like, like, I'm hope for teenagers pretty way back and he wanted to test me for two of the rolls two of the three female role if he so wanted to be in that show and the Second role was the sex kitten because I want you in tight jeans and makeup, which is the screen test where the studio and or the network and he's like. Are you even wearing makeup? You call that tight jeans? I mean, I was never comfortable being sexy. That's OK. That's just be who you are. You are Linda Hamilton. You are in such great shape. What do your workouts like? I mean to this day you look fantastic. Well, thank you for that. These days I lived on the levee. I live in New Orleans. So I live on the river, and there's a beautiful green. 20 mile track for biking or write you no running. I have a gym in my house. I get lazy. You know, Doreen, I just get lazy and run out of food and eat, you know, burritos or pop tart time. Very, you know, I'm not like and disciplined as As you might think, But basically I just love using my body being in outdoors, right? I love that. We're talking about Linda Hamilton, You co star in the new movie. It's called Easy, Does it You play King George, You're playing another bad ass here, aren't you? Yes. Yeah. Julie, the villain, which is so much fun. I mean, you know, bad ass with a cause is one thing cause you might interpret that its heroic but King George Is a drug kingpin in the house. And just a repulsive, repulsive character. That was my cast, for my enough was okay. You know, I have my mission. I have the thing I need to do. But she is going to be as repulsive as and it was so much one, you know, taking out my stomach and slumping and well, too. Horrible, cornrow, politically incorrect hair. You know what I mean? When do you get to do that? You never get to do it. That's why And that's why you love doing it. I saw the cornrows. How long did you have to leave those in? Did you have to wear those offsets where him around? Oh, yeah. There are a few days before we shot and I, you know, maybe five days, maybe five. Very, very uncomfortable during the pandemic. You know, you heard me in the intro. Talk about how I watched all the T two movies there, Linda there all over cable. It's nonstop. Have you seen them? I have not. But you owe me at least $4 0 my gosh. Wow. And there were no residuals or teach you You're kidding. I the Carolco that made she too, declared bankruptcy and everything went away. So there were no residual. So when my friends see T two They give me a dollar I I'll send a cheque in the mail. Can you take me back when you were opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in the first Terminator film, Linda Tell me about that time, were you? Ah, household name right away that it takes some time. I can't remember. Take me back there because I remember how popular the movie wass Oh, but not after the 1st 1 Really? That one was a very slow burn. As a matter of fact, it was seven years between the 1st 1 and the 2nd 1 Really? So it took seven years for me to become an overnight really? It was after the 2nd 1 after Judgement Day that it held my star was way up there, I guess blew up beauty and the beast and everything you touch. Turn to gold didn't well, that's King Mighty. Let's talk about King George. No it it is very satisfying to have gotten to play a character that's iconic. Well, sure, feel good. It's interesting because I grew up with it now. I introduced it to my 14 year old and he loved the movie. Great, though, that, you know testament to Jim Cameron, I think and yeah, you know, I get that movie does not age. The 1st 1 However, with that hair, I love it, Linda. They laugh like I mean, if I could, if I could, you know, tell me about the Olivia Newton headband in the final scene where the boy takes your picture. Was that your choice to wear the headband or Cameron said Okay. Put this on, Linda. Oh, wow. You're taking me so far back. Oh, yeah, I don't know. I don't know. But what? That 1984? Yeah, well, it was a long time ago. It really didn't even seem like a dramatic choice when we made it. That's what everybody was wearing. And by the way, I forgot that you went topless in the movie. So I'm sitting there with my 14 year old son. And then the sex scene and all the sudden I'm like. Oh, my gosh. Wow. You threw your hand over his eyes, I hope well, Yes, over his eyes. Not my eyes. Linda. It's great to talk to you. Congratulations on your success and easy does. It is available now she plays King.

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"jim cameron" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

Hollywood Unscripted

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"jim cameron" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

"Before you take him to the Netflix Service. They're still going to be exclusive Yousef to netflix subscribers. When they get there but man the Irishman should have been on two thousand screens? Marriage stories should have been widely experienced in cinemas or two popes. These are gorgeous gorgeous movies that are theatrical in scope and they should have played a lot more cinemas and they didn't because net flicks was unwilling to give them time to be in the cinemas before they went to the home. We Tried I. I spent a lot of time. Talking to Marty Scorsese about this. We had a couple members engage in the net flicks. We got close in the in. The talks broke down. We'll try again. Net flicks is making some really good stuff. Ted and his team know movies really. Well I just wish for three or four or five of those movies that give it a real theatrical try and it's not just my buys is for the cinema there's economic spine. Barclays did a gigantic study last year. Basically asking why does a Netflix. Make money off some of these movies theatrically. I mean the Irishman what made hundreds of millions of dollars had it played widely cinema before went to the home. So we'll keep trying but so far. We haven't found the Middle Ground Ted yet. You talked about things being cyclical and a buddy buddy of mine is back in the states after working on Avatar to three and beyond all he's been talking about is how amazing these films are going to be and they're all going it'd be three is three d. just gonNa keep cycling in and out youth. See it coming back. So you talking about Jim Cameron John Landauer jeopardy. Which one of those buddy? Well actually. My Buddy is one of the tech guys. And he he's been handling some of the three D. Tech Wow this one's hard. So Cameron is a gigantic believer in Three D.. He's a gigantic believer in high dynamic range. He's a gigantic believer in high frame. Rate Jim is a visionary who wants his masterpiece movies to be seen gene. With every bell and whistle possible and Jon Landau his longtime partner in Jeff Berg Karan's technology for him. They're the best of the best of the best in terms of movie lovers and makers acres and Cameron's fiercely defensive of the theatrical experience. He's one of our biggest allies on windows. And no Jim Cameron movies ever GonNa go to the home quickly after cinemas because he designs his movies for the cinemas but I kinda disagree with him on three days when three D started in the digital age and we had great successes is with people like Cameron and dizzy on a couple of films the expectation got out of control and we rolled it out way too. Widely and every filmmakers acre started making all their movies in three d many converted from not shooting in Three d but converting after the fact and so the possibility of this money trail is gold. Goose meant meant that we didn't master the experience technologically before we rolled out real wide and the filmmakers and the studios likely got greedy. We both what did so fault on both sides and released too many movies in three D that had no business being in three eighty and so the customer love seeing Avatar in Three D. and they will for the next three or four eight or however many is GonNa make but they didn't like some of these other movies in three D and so the bad taste they got of a movie that shouldn't have been three D. or equipment equipment. That wasn't perfect for them. Turn them off at least domestically and so three D. is a dying art form in North America. The numbers are way way down bizarrely Zarley though around the world there are pockets where three D. is still extraordinarily popular China's first and foremost and I've tried to figure this out and I think it's because of the culture history of movie going. We've had a modern cinema experience in the United States for one hundred years. Roughly and people knew how to watch movies in to China has really only had a modern movie industry for about the life span of three and so a lot of people in China got used to going to the cinema and three. That's the only way I can explain. Elaine why it's still hugely popular in China and it isn't here but yes we'll do three D. successfully for gyms movies and avatars will be experienced in Three D.. I'm not saying named technology's going away. It's just it's a shame that it's a substantially declining part of our business because of those two mistakes in rolling it out. Do we have to go to glasses less so so there are people looking at Three D.. Without glasses and I that sounds oxymoronic. But I'm not sure you get there. I'm not a technologist. I'm not an expert in technology but I don't see how you get there but you get many of the same effects by approving the dynamic range and the color and the brightness and if you really make a spectacular image it's not quite three d. but it's almost as in -veloping that so maybe we get three d. without glasses maybe we just keep improving the image that we're putting on the screen in two D. I don't know in the earlier days of cinema. We used to have shorts before the show. All different kinds of content and here in Malibu with the Film Society after the movie is over a lot of times we get to talk to the creatives. Every one of them has so many great stories. What about that kind of alternative content both both before and after the show? We're getting there in fact I'll buy forget your question. It's two parts the shorts before so we still have some some filmmakers in some distributors. That love to do that Pixar is the best. I'm making a short that goes before their features but there are some filmmakers outside the genre of automation that do it too. So Christopher Nolan did a short piece to play an Imax only on his upcoming movie and it got a pretty good response. But not that many filmmakers. Because you're doing it so if there's more content creators WANNA put together either. Shorts that are cohesive themes in and of themselves are what Nolan did with having A. It's it's not a trailer. It's a cohesive. Four five minute piece of your upcoming movie. I think both of those concepts work prior to showtime and then in terms of dialogue. No question and answer meet the director. Whatever after the show? We've actually experimented with a little bit and this is another benefit of digital technologies is that we can livestream and most of bars cinemas now content from wherever and if we get the distributors beyond the mindset that movies are always going to be distributed the same way all the showtimes. It gave me the same way in that issue. We talked about earlier of being flexible and convincing them to do some of this interesting alternative content creative discussions thing we can be successful with it and you can charge more for it to you can do limited number of screenings all across the country where you beam in Cameron and talk about Avatar. After it shows and we'd we'd love to do them from the audience perspective active. Does it have to be real time or do you think that the audience would be just as happy if it was recorded. I don't think they'd be just as happy. It's recorded because this is an instantaneous. Real world do it. Live era but recorded content can work to. It's not quite as sexy as you know you're actually watching this person talk to you from L. A. or New York or wherever but it can work too. Well I wanNA thank today's guest John Fithian president. CEO of National Association of Theatre owners will look forward to seeing you at the movies. Thank.

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"jim cameron" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

10:26 min | 2 years ago

"jim cameron" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"The first real fourcade cinema camera out there in the world and I ended up working for them until two thousand eight and ended up working at Dawson. By the way we skip that we did we ended up leaving the leaving also was the point of the one of the things I like about this. I wanted to hear the story. twos because Ah One of the things I think is is extremely interesting ideas that you've seen you been kind of an integral part of the industry and you've gone through a lot of major changes but I feel like a lot of the time. Manufacturers Manufacturers are so competitive on aware of what's going on that they don't really have the perspective people to step back and see all the changes the whole As opposed to working in rentals as opposed to working and having your own camera store and actually being a part of these changes you you sort of have the perspective of being able to step back be in contact with everybody. That's working and doing the cutting edge work and see all the changes as they're happening from everybody as opposed to just. We're doing this thing competing with these other people and we don't know what's going on. I'll well thank you. Factors have no idea what's going on there just competitive on the world and hard to pull the blinders i. I'm not going to agree one hundred percent because I mean from from my perspective. I think the manufacturers are all very smart. And they're all actually they're all getting smarter in any even better with hitter rate each iteration of whatever technology is goes along. Even the young companies are getting significantly significantly. Better figuring all this out. So I'll tell you what I what I learned. I'm one of these people are. There's a few of us out there who've now worked in about every capacity you can with This sort of technology and I worked as an end user for a decade. I worked in rentals for much of my adult life then I went to go work for a manufacturer and then I started my own company. Now I sell the this equipment so But but really the technology is. It's it's like a pencil or typewriter. No one says to the writer. Oh what brand pencil did you use rainy. Those laws incredible incredible thing so and it's actually a better pencil might have made their work a little bit easier but it's lake There's so many it's a collaboration. There's so many people involved you kind of have to be masters of of everything and the same time That's impossible so you you. I mean Jim Cameron might be the exception. I hear Jim Cairns at one person. She didn't go to every person's job on the set as good as they do. Cameron of course has the famous quote. That the only person respects is the actors because he can do everybody else's honestly I probably believe he can. Unfortunately you have to. You have to learn to trust though you have to have a really good team. You have to have people who will understand enough of with everyone else's job that they can Chip in and they can offer reasonable suggestions. You can make whatever it is that you're doing I do technical stuff Monday through Friday. That is as much sort of like. That's that's what pays the bills. We Build Stages but I I mean mostly I sell cameras camera. Equipment is a lenses. I've been involved in optical development since two thousand six and there's my question is that there's this specifically sort of what I want to talk but is afford deer heads in particular for the people that follow the technology really closely maybe Ladies Listening they've just been following the technology for here and a half. I feel like most people that get in some eventually have that period where they get consumed by the technology and it's something that they're following really closely. I guess what do you say to those people because I think my feeling is that a lot of the time people that get to consumer technology that want to make practice the craft and work on the art Texoma block for them sometimes Like a crutch in terms of feeling like they're getting better at what they're doing when really they're studying the Pencil as opposed to studying what they're doing with the pencil sure. Do you feel that way at all or not really. I think there is a certain national honor. That's one hundred percent true. I think that those people are very active in the youtube comments and the salt the trenches. Ah every day you and it's true when you when you the shoe's on the other foot and you are working that booth trade show. There are some people out there who are extremely self educated technically competent competent. And know what they're talking about. There's other strata this other echelon of people who believe they know what they're talking about but they don't have the fundamental knowledge that they need to have have to extract truth from fiction and I'll give you an example like one of the things. I'm sure you've seen and you've seen probably in Youtube comments and forums and everything else it's like what's the Best S.. Lens I to shoot a music video. Yes that's the question that is not you cannot answer it even if you wanted to get information on the world the answer is well it depends what. But here's the thing understanding where that question comes from. I think then gives you more insights into the person who's asking it because in some ways it is a legitimate question and but it's just not being phrased correctly when you come from the still photography world people were always saying what's the Best Lens for portraiture. What's the best lands for architect shot? NATO has exactly right and so the concept of what that Lens is is coming through the filter of still photography world where there really was like. You've got a certain lands to do a certain type of shooting. It's not the same with motion and I think to have a little bit of compassion for the people who are asking. The questions means that you can get a dialogue going saying I know you're asking this but is this really what you mean. And where does that come from. Unfortunately just the way it works and Youtube comments and stuff online is. It's really easy to she. Parrot or repeat one of these little bits of fiction. And then perpetuate that and telephone that out into something that Into a community of people that hate this person org. Hey or hey this technology or hate this topic or whatever. The thing is and you're talking about echo chambers online because it used to be like the professional world it's especially. It's really technical. And I I hang out with a lot of these people with with much bigger brains the me and they are so extremely technical and there's even still debate amongst many of them are still arguing about the same topics not an exactly the same way a different level but you. Yes and what's I think is fascinating thing is is lost on on most people out there who argue about one camera or another. It's actually known to every camera manufacturer out there who makes the best camera and to a certain or an accent. The Lens Manufacturers who makes the best lenses the leading manufacturer who makes the best lights because all these people have the test equipment to actually take their competitor's products and test them and measure and have actual then you know ones and Zeros Black and white data that says this is where we are winning and this is where we're losing. No one makes any of that that information public. It's not but you know internally and then when those people get together at trade shows and stuff like that you sometimes get to be privy to these conversations where both sides knows exactly what the other one is doing and pretty much how they're doing it and then they say like you know that's a good job good job with doing that we. We can't do that. which is which is sort of like the most? I think Wonderful professional compliment when you say to view your competitor Yum. You're doing better than me. You're doing great on this but just wait. We know what you're doing we've got something else in there are some really heavy discussions. Yeah I think regardless of whether it's youtube or whether it's a higher level set to there are people that come to to this from the outside and come to this from the technical side I mean there's tons of times that coming that honestly they don't they don't even know what tools they're working with a lot of the time if they know what they want to accomplish. That's where I try to find my compassion for that comment of what's the best. Lend a good area. They have this beautiful creative concept. But you know they don't they could care less taking the technical as a means to do what they WANNA do. I was I was at a festival years ago and I remember at the end of the movie. So hand went up for the Cuban and they said wait what cameras you shoot the sun and the woman who's directly in front of me who cares and and it's really true there. There's a huge section of mentality here that Some people that's actually really important. It might relate to their job or what they do and this woman who came to the film festival clearly really. It had been frustrated by this comment. Enough I don't know if he was frustrated. She didn't didn't WanNa know she didn't care. It didn't think anyone else to now so I do not being completely honest. I think there's a group of people out in the world but I just wish I could say you know shish. No no no no. No no no no. I thought you were thinking. Oh excuse me. Let me rephrase they have a little perspective. About how important are you fixating on the right thing. Because there's a lot the people that say. I WANNA be filmmakers right. And then there's a certain group of filmmakers that it almost physically don't wanna be filmmakers. They just want to focus on the technical. And that's fine and that's a life and you can make you that's job it can have a very fulfilling an amazing life but are you derail filmmaker at that point or do you want to be a technician or do you want to be a researcher or an engineer and you might end up being at technologist. Frankly technologist is okay too. That's a great thing you frankly end up like me. It is is because maybe there's someone that's didn't like you just just eighteen months into it. Okay there's a young Ilya Fridman up there in the world somewhere and he's just starting to step into it but Well first of all. There's nothing wrong. If he just continues living his life and becomes Friedman. Wow thanks. I'm trying to be a filmmaker. That's that's that's that's not my thing there's some people out there I think maybe maybe delude themselves or think like well take the little tangent or I'll become very technically proficient but I'm still gonNA come back and my movie. I know very technical people who you've done that and done it very well and it is possible to do that but I think you have to decide where you're real priorities were for for myself. I was always interested in the technology from from the very beginning. Yes I went to film school people but I found myself gravitating to you the technology and then I really wanted to be a cameras in because I loved the clockwork mechanisms. Like inside side of these cameras of the Cameron Care for take take. It was very very mechanical at that stage. You wasn't as much traffic..

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"jim cameron" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"jim cameron" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Thanks to to also also didn't create the perfect camera but they were the first real fourcade cinema camera out there in the world and I ended up working for them until two thousand eight. The you ended up working at Dawson by the way we skip the we did. We ended up leaving. The leaving also was the point of the one of the things I like about this. I wanted to hear the story. Twos because One of the things I think is is extremely interesting youtube. Elliot's that you've seen you been kind of an integral part of the industry. You've gone through a lot of major changes but I feel like a lot of the time. Manufacturers are so competitive on aware of what's going on that they don't really have the perspective people to step back and see all the changes the whole As opposed to working in rentals as opposed to working and having your own camera store and actually being a part of these changes you you sort of have the the perspective of being able to step back. Be in contact with everybody. That's working and doing the cutting edge work and see all the changes as they're happening from everybody as opposed to just. We're doing this thing competing with these other people. And we don't know what's going on. I'll thank you factors. Have no idea what's going on there just competitive on the world and hard to pull the blinders. I. I'm not going to agree one hundred percent because I mean from from my perspective. I think the manufacturers are all very smart. And they're all actually they're all getting smarter in any even better with iterating. Each iteration of whatever technology is goes along. Even the young companies are getting significantly significantly. Better figuring all this out. So I'll tell you what I what I learned. I'm one of these people are. There's a few of us out there who've now worked in about every capacity you can with This sort of technology and I worked as an end user for decade. I worked in rentals for much of my adult life then. I went to go work for a manufacturer and then I started my own company now. I sell the this equipment so But but really the technology is. It's like a pencil or typewriter. No one says to the writer. Oh what brand pencil did you used Iranian central incredible thing so and it's actually a better pencil might have made their work a little bit easier. But it's lake There's so many it's a collaboration. There's so many people involved you kind of have to be masters of of of everything and the same time That's impossible so you you. I mean Jim Cameron might be the exception..

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2019 in Film: A Critical Disappointment?

The Big Picture

04:10 min | 2 years ago

2019 in Film: A Critical Disappointment?

"Are you've upset about the movies. Twenty and nineteen or did you feel inspired by what we saw on the big screen. It was it was amazing. It changed my life. No now is the time of year where you start asking that that question I think on balance the urine. It certainly got better than it was when Sean did this at the halfway point I don't know if you remember that Sean we were Kinda finally this year Could could stand to improve and they did yeah. I thought it was pretty scary bad year through six months even though there was some films that I really liked Chris what about you. Are you feeling about the where we ended up in two thousand nineteen. I think it's a pretty good year. I don't think I can't claim to have seen as much of the great stuff that's coming in the next six weeks as the other panelists Europe. But I've enjoyed by self at the movies this year The big thing that I thought was really interesting is that the theme seems to be the thing that we often talk about on. The big picture is like how they don't don't make them like they used to how they don't make these kinds of adult dramas or like interesting genre movies and it seems like we had an abundance of those this year but we kind of realized that sometimes times those movies are just okay and that was pretty interesting. I thought wow. So what do you want to throw dirt on right now no no. It's nothing in particular as much as like like a movie like dark water which I haven't even seen but seems to be being met with like solid job and it's like that's how we regretted those movies in the nineteen nineties to Pelican. Brief came came out. We were like way to go. Nice one good movie but it's not like a game changing life changing experience. Amanda what about you. Are you feeling having traversed three hundred sixty five days of Shawa thing about me is that I love movies. Yes yes we know. Yeah I I would agree with you and Adam that the first six months and even venture to say the first nine months were pretty tough in there there were highlights and I think even two of my top five movies from pre-september which is pretty good but you know we. We effectively have like good movie season and it starts with the festivals in September and it goes through the end of the year and that has been like pretty joyful for me because it is fun to go and see these movies that you anticipate and you're like Oh. This is really good or hard. This is this is solid and there is more attention on them and people are actually talking about them. We've kind of in the same way that Disney and that made her studios have event ties the movie going process. I do feel like we have all event. Is the good movie season. Yeah I feel like that was changing changing a little bit in the last five years but for some reason everything feels very backloaded this year. And there's been a lot of conversation and I think a lot of the movies that we'll talk about here most of which are available to people. There's not a ton of have stuff. We'll be identifying. You can't see right now Avatar to Avatar to just missed semi the link with Jim Cameron alone in a room for nine hours and we watched the first cut together and Look pretty good. I would say that this was a year. That's top-heavy because that that was one thing I noticed when I was kind of going through a mandate the five at the top because I was going to do a bit. Were my top five. We're going to be minus the five. That are obviously the best to me. It was gonna be like kind of the next grouping but I found that there's a really significant drop off to the point where where I would have a hard time with a straight face saying like yeah like long shot that that deserves to be like in the conversation here. I'd like to pitch it to Adam because adamant I did a top ten list. The Ringer Dot Com and we did some negotiation back and forth but there was a kind of presumptive four or five movies that we felt like we couldn't avoid fair to say Adam. Yeah I think it's fair to say You know so much speaks overlap of taste. And sometimes it's Kinda just recognizing in a given year that between critical consensus and what people people are talking about. What's inspiring interesting? Writing their movies and that last category I think is important is also the time of year the best. Some of the best film writing happens because you have movies that have the the the capacity to invite that. But yeah you and I were pretty solid on about half and I thought that it was also interesting when we did this thing at the the halfway point year. I've Kinda stubbornly held onto two to one or two those movies but I didn't respond with Chris was saying I'm not having the same kind of hard time time filling out a top ten or fifteen that I was worried that I worried that I might. I was telling friends back in May or June. This was the worst year of going to the movies I've ever had and that's that's changed.

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"jim cameron" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"jim cameron" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Memories of everything we've been through does do the because the Jews bring and the memories is it with news day and then is it this the memories and marine five eight thirteen at his memories John it's within a year there are many people they can claim a resume like his can't embody the movie star governor of California and his latest film project takes him back to one of its release franchises terminator dark fate when we talk to our leave a day told us what it was like to revisit the story of the terminator listen always in this French has been you know very successful over the years and maybe set of thirty five years ago and no one's fault thirty five years ago when we did the first terminator that there will be a few court at all and then the movie and the idea of the movie that time travel and the the whole idea of his robot this machine yeah you know became very popular and so because of popular demand was a second one done and the one in nineteen ninety one was the highest you know kind of watch movie and a major iris grosses of the year's most successful movies and ordered them to me that there was one and this is how it went on and now the Jim Cameron the original creator and writer of terminator got involved in this project and also Linda Hamilton got involved it's kind of the old team is back together again and Jim Cameron kind of created a kind of a sequel to the second one this one is terminated are seen in theaters now back to the countdown twelve time and a half.

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"jim cameron" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"jim cameron" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Jim Cameron kind of created a kind of a sequel to the second one that's what this one is terminate our state in two years now back to the countdown twelve time then after if we go down to nine and you say you hate me and we go to bed angry knoll every day the right we is some changes I just need I know I can be a difficult person Thomas actually thank you great every time I I don't like to be even if down to nine and you say you hate me go to bed angry on the right leave him away promise some changes I just need we are fine thank you you know me well looking at always the price I'm trying to work I know you've been down in you say you hate me and we go to bed angry no day the right I'll be away is some changes just need time and effort twelve just a couple it's away from the top ten but keep it going with.

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"jim cameron" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence

Geeks Under the Influence

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"jim cameron" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence

"You try some torture. shortridge hurts scream and he like. Oh this is this. Is I tell you tell you what. It'd be a better movie to watch pinhead Terminator Dark Fate was only Shit. It would just call it. Terminator versus the Senate Bites and people book and take my money. I guess we'll see that in the terminator solve the puzzle box and like point four second in terms of comes out like Nah it goes back to the hell where he comes out and gives his speech and intermarriages crushes. The box destroyed forever. And okay sad face. He's going to get the best in like turns around and before he leaves. I'll be back in terms like that. My Line you so dumb. It would be amazing movie. It would be amazing because we've got a pretty versus Jason. I don't see why we can't do a terminator versus Pinhead. Yeah that's true to that argument. Yeah so it happened. Just love to see somebody please. was funnier. Could you make like a quick fifteen minute clip of Terminator. It puts his head and we're also talking about two properties right now that kind of on their their twilight You know you got a new guy playing pinhead into how razor that that Clive Barker's just completely called out on twitter. Be Like I'm not involved in this horse shit. You're calling the hellraiser movies. He's not into it anymore. And then we've got Jim Jim Cameron coming back and bringing us really lackluster terminator movie. Yeah Yeah it's I said I felt with the most of the last twenty years of Cameron movies. I kind of want my money back a little bit. I mean I'll make the money back Tom. They said I mean. I don't care what people say about Avatar like it wasn't worth my time now and I've seen fern gully. Yeah it's just a a live action. FERN gully yes without the voice of Robin Williams as little back guy. He was awesome and Tim. Curry was the villain. Yeah yeah the pollution based so much better so much better and then now just WanNa Watch fern gully on the DVD on the DVD. And then. What was that before that can? We gave us. What titanic come on? Analyze was fun. Okay Fun man. I love that movie Jamie. Emily everyone who died Jamie the cursor just got to see everything else. She was rocking which was awesome. Yes God damn. She's fine as hell absolutely and that was it was fun. We it's. I'm all help a lot with that. Too Yeah camp on the comedy. That was probably the best role that he's ever done which is not a high bar. July's other suffused on Roseanne. And like no the person for a while. And that's it. I guess I feel again Ganda. He was like I was losing that show dogs or something about a family of idiots which you're talking about not having to really stretch. Sure acting coming in hard for Tom. Arnold James Cameron because come on doing I heard your attached to did. They gave me hope for this sequel. Because we've been like the franchises basically dying slowly every once in a while you just Kinda poke and then give us something bands. Everybody's sort of poking and that's what we're going to be talking about on this episode. I won't get fair warning if anybody has not seen fate that is worried about spoilers. The remainder of the show we will talking spoilers. I'm dark fate though. I personally don't think it's that important. It's really not. Yeah so if you were kind of hemming and whether you WanNa Watch dark fate Give a listen to the episode and decide that you don't want to go see it Sorta Talking not just about Dark Bay. We're GONNA be talking about terminators. There's one two three and salvation gems and all other stuff relating determinator on this episode of Gigs under the influence and welcome..

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"jim cameron" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"jim cameron" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"But for various reasons that had nothing new the Disney merger FOX decided to push the movie to the summer and push. Alita alita, Jim Cameron's movie to that February date, so at any rate, that's, that's that was the fate of the movie, and those are decisions that are made above my pay grade. But I do think that, you know, one of the things I did. To FOX at the time is that I did not build this movie to be a summer movie, and I've made summer movies. So I know what it means to build a summer movie, and I also know what it means to build a fall movie, and I, I would have I would have changed tone of this movie to be totally honest, if I felt as though I was going to be released in the heart of summer, which is not the beginning or the end of summer, but June, which is the absolute heart of summer, especially with all of the movie, swirling around, and you're right, captain marvel definitely tread and some of the same train that we did it takes place, the same period. Now that that's such a defining feature of our movie. I didn't really know that when, you know, because I hadn't seen captain marvel odyssey until it came out, but I certainly did know that it had a female protagonist marvel movie, and we were, we were doing the same thing and was another reason why I wanted to come out before that film. I also wanted to come out before vendors to be honest with you, because I knew that was going to be a massive thing that I was going to say in, which avengers. Then game comes out putting a cap on this franchise that has had so many different links throughout so many different movies and they stuck the landing. It was just ordinary. It was to see I love that. And, and here though, there was something that started being sold in this again, post, Disney FOX merger that clearly, they're gonna one day reboot this, and they weren't going to continue it. So they were kind of selling dark Phoenix as a franchise closer. Right. And it wasn't in the comic. It's not a franchise closer in this series. You know, Hanks running the school, right? Like, it's, it's not exactly a closer. Do you think that, that coming on the, the sugar high of endgame and then selling closer in which people are expecting some of the closing elements that they would have seen in game that aren't happening here? Is that other difficulty? I honestly I don't know. I, I, I, I don't know if that was the difficulty because I think there is some closure on this notion that you'll have. Running the school. And, and I did I did imagine this in some ways, knowing that the X men, first class cast would not come back pass, this film, that this would be the culmination of what we began with first class sort of the family that came together. It'd be ripped apart in this film. And then finally have to come together in a more mature form. So that was always a part in my mind actually of this film. But yeah, there's no question that, you know, when you have something that is as much of a cultural moment as endgame. And I don't know as much as we all knew it'd be a massive movie don't that any would anybody could have anticipated. They would be the biggest or second biggest film, in the history of cinema NB, such an extraordinary film. I mean, it's I knew it'd be a great film, but it's a I think it's the best film they've ever made. I mean, I'll be nominating it for best picture this year. I'm not knowing what else is coming. But I suspect, I will. So I, I think there's that aspect to it to, to you. One of the things I've learned making a lot of movies and having movies come out and some succeed and some fail in some in. Between you can't control that run can control making the movie you can control the creative aspects of the movie, you can even control help control the marketing of the movie. But what happens to the culture, happens to the culture, you know, it's like somebody becomes president and the culture changes..

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"jim cameron" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"jim cameron" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Charles Pellegrino, the author of the book, which just refuses to die. God blessed to hell and back. The last train from Hiroshima is is out both in a kindle edition, and it hard cover and paperback, and you can find out more at Amazon or any place that you buy books, and so Charlie I thought it was interesting. Learned only recently from Oxford Elden. It was published under his imprinted Cornell. And I only learned Roman and Littlefield. And I only learned recently told me said Charlie after the five years of the book being banned in the US. He said this publisher you have no idea how brave they were in Harris scared. They were that the book would be massively attacked again. And of course, it wasn't. So fair point. I don't know why it wasn't attacked again. Well, part of the reason might be that some of the key instigators had passed away in the years since one of the things that got me through those very hard times. Whereas I just put myself immediately into interviewing all these new survivors who are coming up. So that expanded the book through some people telling lies a lot of new troops were finally revealed. Some of those lives were pretty amazing claims that my dives to the. Titanic were faked like Jim Cameron had nothing better to do with his time than fake my dives to Titanic on stage or that the Japanese painted the shadow people for sympathy in that atomic bombs couldn't disintegrate people like that instinct and leave only their shatters behind. And yet you explained that very clearly how that happened in the in the book, it's so well, then hang up before we get back to dust. I'll I'll say though, is just a philosophy or I come from a family of survivors. And it was just never give up. Advice? I'd give everyone if you're being attacked stand up. No matter how many times someone tries to knock you down. No matter. How many times someone tries to knock you Dame get up and don't give up. Yeah. You know again. So that's the book the book, I have written three quarters of it about your life. And that's the overriding theme of that. And yet, I still, you know, this there's like a it's not like the book is blackballed. It's not like there's some conspiracy like active conspiracy. But publishers are definitely reluctant as you even pointed out, the fact that Roman and Littlefield was willing to publish this version of the book, again, they're just reluctant to kind of cross each other. And and it was a brave act for them to put out this new addition. But but hang on follow on book. That's coming in. Yeah. So the I mean, the young adult version of that for the.

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"jim cameron" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"jim cameron" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Hopefully near the end of this Matt run nowhere near sorry. Nowhere near. It's. Okay. It's a good cause. There's a lot of sensory if you get bored by mecer, there's a lot in here. You can just bounce off of. Who's that is Danny McBride painted that of me once the actor Danny McBride? He actually went to art school. He's a I just meant to say, it's not bad. It's actually not bad at all. It's not my favorite is many people coming here and being like, oh, how old is your child? And I'm like, no, it's a forty year old man's painting of me concede that. There's no formal introduction. This is just a conversation, sir. Happy this. It's such an honor dab you hear on these not my pleasure. Congratulations on your work in this new film. Alita battle angels film. I very much enjoyed it. We're used to seeing a lot of spectacle these days, but there's a lot of empty spectacle out there in this one has something in there that I can I did with. I couldn't agree more as the saying goes. This is this is one thing I always referred to. When people say, I am not really interested in these movies superiors. What will I is not a superhero movie? Right. Well, you know, these these grand set of. Spectacles, visual effects. Yeah. Fine. You know, what's really fabulous about this thing is that the visual effects completely subservient to the story. Right. And if you look back, I mean, I grew up until in this office in the era of James Cameron of sort of went. He really started to make his great works and all of them are like that. They are all pushing technology, but never at that a service of emotion story exactly or at the expense. Even you know. Right. And this is what it's about because what other element of a movie would you want to light to if not the emotional depth threats to say, so if you'll indulge me a little bit? I'm just curious. You know, there's a lot of talk nowadays about the the actual experience whether it's danger cetera. And this is certainly film that chore. I'm sure it'll work on the small screen that cetera. But this is a great film experience agree communal experience were those kind of experiences and really influential in your youth. The absolutely essentially. You know, whether it was movies or theatre or opera. Absolutely essential to be there with others. And you say that communal experience. Of course, it is. But it's a communal experience of what? Not necessarily of the community. Right. It's a communal experience. UN of what's up there? Exactly. Yeah. Exactly. Right. And that really even though I've been in movie theaters that were sold out. If the attention is not directed properly, but the attention again attention of what if we lean back, and and let them because it's three D throw stuff a dos, or if it's too, you know, carry on's of hardware hitting each other. Yeah, flying can you do it? Well, you can see that one. Can do it. Right. What do I have anything to do with it? What does the next guy have anything to do with it? And those pleasures are disposable to they might be entertained. They're they're kind of candy that goes right through you feel like, you know, especially for child the child can enjoy sort of like the spectacle, maybe of something being thrown at your face. But. But I I don't know maybe I'm old fashioned. But I think there's a responsibility involve, you know, if you really drag someone into a movie theater and make them pay why let him go sort of semi satisfied, or or or gratified on a level that you'll want to be gratified on, you know. No, keep them the whole thing. Give them the real thing. Jim Cameron is the master of that..

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"jim cameron" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"jim cameron" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"So back girl is on at the very least. Girl is Molly that of her mind, and I love all wearing like a crow. She was wearing chrome. Like, you're wearing fucking ground. Yeah. She was really raving this. So so she's like southern gentlemen, should be civil risks. And then it comes to Thomas with Catherine Thomas goes, well that dress much just take it all. Then we get the first of Catherine's. She's her fate just scrunches up. She's like well silent earn silent southern turn. Cameron. The typical Charleston guy has p P F. I was like I type this wrong because that's what she said. The typical Charleston guy has PBS to the degree that is Peter Pan syndrome. I'm Jim Cameron just making magnates out of her own things and putting them on her Fred's Craig's like just because I made a Peter Pan pillow doesn't mean a syndrome. It's not a syndrome. It's a peanut butter. Fresh tracks and the butter, bro. And the beginning of business idea. So. Yeah. Oh. Uh-huh. What jean? Moose knuckles. I wanted all I wanted in this episode. I was like this could be extremely boring because the pilots of every show on Bravo were terrible. Why are you watching this glue drying? You know, this one was so good. But all I really wanted from this was to see Thomas's moose knuckle. I was like that that happen when he got older where he's like I'm gonna Tom on that soften wear pants and make sure that scene goes rat up the minimum. That. When did that happen has been a long of a loose? Yeah. What's been going on there? These still had a big ole? It's just part of him. You guys. I also really liked the roots of Craig ships weird rivalry. We were like president right there in this opening scene because we all of a sudden like. Betrayal, and everything and you see Craig, oh, you hooked up with our last, and I and shepherds swell wall. Walkway. There's rules fast-forward seasons. Hof. Could you do? Awesome. I did miss Austen. That's we're in a tiff right now. They wouldn't check on Victoria to see for soup is ready, by the way, I've been wondering that poor girl mentioned. On one episode for once I made a soup and this day like she made a fucking. We've never been angrier than that. That's three days stew. She was making. And then so then we see Craig go I have this desire to go hook up with MJ now. And unfortunately, like, my Bravo wires cross, and I was like just imagining Craig wanting to hit on MJ from shahs of sunset, and I was into it. I would be into that too. Because then it cuts to Whitney going she's pregnant. Here comes. I'm jay. To break up southern charm forever. It's time to go to a commercial. Grand?.

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"jim cameron" Discussed on The Writers Panel

The Writers Panel

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"jim cameron" Discussed on The Writers Panel

"Sure. But once I started getting my hands on the tools, even a small way, then instantly my love transferred to film. It just seemed like a more vivid in the larger forum in which to write easier way to make a living. If you could get into the game, and I never looked back. So how did you start to this movie that sold was you say your first screenplay, right? How did you even know what that looked like? I mean, you had done these sort of this. You had the tools I did. But it was interesting. They were different set of tools. They won today. I'm not sure. There wasn't a lot of screenwriting software back then they're certainly was not a lot of screenwriting to read the web was barely the web. There were not archives that PDF screenplays to be had in New York City to go down to time square. And they were guys with folding tables would sell bootleg photocopied screenplay colored construction paper covers or ten bucks a pop and picked up. I bought those. Scripts you, oh, so many classic. Shame black scripts Jim Cameron scripts and then you ought classics. Basically, there would be a mixture of canonical scripts that everyone would talk about, you know, your Robert town, right Chinatown and things tchaykovsky. And and then there'd be a potpourri of whatever been out recently was kind of interesting. So yeah, I just sort of bought whatever I could just understand the format understand the form coming from fiction. Shifting screenwriting is not simple screenplays almost the opposite of novel. In a stream play you are dealing purely with extra analyses talk about what you see. And what you hear what can be performed in a novel, you have direct pipeline into the mental monologue of your main character, and you have to imagine the sights and sounds and so forth. Implied poetically in film. Those things are all you get you get the surfaces. You have to imagine the interior novel is the opposite of that. And so writing for film is a very different thing. But I read a bunch of screenplays and kept the deep notebook of ideas that I was pushing forward, and they were all over the map historical fiction comedy of crime thrillers. Just any story that interested me, I have very broad tastes in the end. I went with the idea that I thought was most unique and most remarkable because I wanted to make a Mark I wanted to get in six time to write a screenplay on your own breaking into Hollywood in that respect is very hard. You need to invest in enormous amount of time. And I know there are a lot of people right doesn't or twenty scripts pile them up, and that was not my process. I've always been more of a perfectionist I incubate for a long time, and I write and rewrite and rewrite and rewrite and polish and what comes out. Hopefully, very strong. So how did you with that that was icing those the process for this first screenplay? It was a big. Space epic called shadow nineteen and it it placed on the blacklist right low. Passengers few years later place, very high on the blacklist, but we squeak squeak out of the blacklist and one if you contests and sold to Warner Brothers since then the blacklist as I recall was not even a online public concern. It was just sort of the thing that was passed around really began as an inside baseball friendly recommendation. Lists by Franklin, which means your script must have been in the hands of agents or traveling's. So how did you what were you doing in New York? And how did you get it into those hands the hardest thing to know as an outsider in New York was where the bar what I could write something fell really good to me. But for all I knew it was going to be lost in a sea of just beautiful Pulitzer level. Pieces of writing. And I didn't know what was normal. Yeah. And people talk a lot about entering contests as a way. To get known to get attention. Maybe get an agent. And in fact, there's reason to believe that there's only a couple of contests that move the needle at all in career terms. What the contest did for me was to provide me with a series of test cases, some sense of how well my script was actually going to perform in the company of a lot of other screenplays and so entered probably ten different contests small and large, and I won.

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"jim cameron" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"jim cameron" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Coaching against his alma mater, again trying to win his second national championship. The third in school history to me he's already established himself as one of the greats and moving into that area. We have to talk about him among the all time greats. Most regard Nick Sabin. Now is the greatest of the great coaches of all time. Oh, and if Clemson can find a way to win this game tonight that's two national championships over Alabama in the last three season that certainly puts him right in that same company and we've seen the program what he's built how they've recruited this team. That's not going anywhere granny near amount of time. This is this team is built to compete for championships. The same way Alabama is on a yearly basis both year in and year out among the best recruiting classes in the country. Todd mcshay has twenty one players in this game likely to be drafted in the upcoming draft. Ready to go again on first and ten for Alabama tongue by law the gun. Bakes an inside. Handoff dropped back to pass grows on target again inside the twenty-five earth. Spins the catch tackled from behind by cave on Wallace. There's a guy who's an emerging star urged Smith again, I mean, they are finding the right match ups if you can throw against Wallis and throw against us with earth Smith or any slot receivers. The advantage falls to the offense and right now with man coverage Clemson being exposed a little bit twenty one yard gain, fourteen seven Clemson, but Alabama on the move again. Jerry Judy in motion from right to left up play pig inside. Lord, oppressor and got rid of it. Incomplete. Just throw it at the feet of the nearest player. Josh Jacobs as Cleland furrow the outstanding defensive end winter the Hendricks award as the top defensive end of the country. Brought pressure was Furlan Christian Wilkins at both got their Wilkins beat the center purse Baker. And furrow beat the all American Jona Williams, the left tackle being knocked him backwards right onto the ground, Jona Williams, unanimous, all American tackle, three hundred Pounder. Ten Alabama seven fifty eight to go first quarter, fourteen to seven Clemson tied at the Tigers Twenty-one dodgy Harris the running back, and they handed off the ham running to the right with these inside the fifteen and down very the first down at the twelve yard line. Looks like he's to be about a half yard short Harris was lined up to tunnel by Lois left. Look it inside. Handoff running right. And turned the corner. Settler play to the touchdown run for months, and the same reason you want to neutralize good defensive lineman. Make them run side to side a little bit. And you get good blocks by your wide receivers. Those become successful place. Third down and one on the right hash. Mark two running backs in the game. Now, Josh Jacobson Naci Harris out of the gun tongue to receivers wide to the left. One tight for the right straight ahead. A hand off and a first down Haji Harris fighting to the ten yard line to pick up the first down with about a y-. Yard despair. Tough run by the sophomore from here in California, Antioch, California where you have to really be concerned with the slant routes off of play action. If to find the right match up the ball comes out so quickly with accuracy. With seven minutes to go in the quarter. Alabama already has one hundred sixty one yards of offense. Title tie the game. They're just inside the ten yard line. First and goal ball on the nine. Tung lower takes a snap hands. It off inside good patient quite a wedding nearly for ninety hairs. They single touchdown. What from here that? He was chopped down short of a goal by by Trayvon Mullen. And they'll take a look at that in the replay. But some shaky tact by Clemson on that run. And as we look at the replays. It's close it is closed. He was extending that ball. To the goal line. Looks like to me is knee was down the. Looks a little bit. The goal line with a ball. Let's bring in our rules expert, Bill LeMond, yea as Jim Cameron Ling takes a look at this and the replay booth his knee hit the ground. The ball. Looks from our goal line shot and replaced buzzing. Now ball is about a half a half a yard short..

Alabama Josh Jacobson Naci Harris Clemson Trayvon Mullen Nick Sabin Jona Williams Christian Wilkins Todd mcshay Smith California Jerry Judy Wallace Jim Cameron Ling Bill LeMond Josh Jacobs Antioch